Early detection of Alzheimer’s, exploring the invisible, extreme time-domain phenomena, and more
The NSW Australian Institute of Physics Branch would like to congratulate the 2022 postgraduate nominees on their accepted presentation titles and abstracts for the upcoming Annual AIP NSW Postgraduate Awards event on Tuesday 8 November 2022 at the Concord Golf Club, 190 Majors Bay Road commencing from 10 am sharp.
Each presenter will have the opportunity to compete for the AIP NSW Postgraduate Medal and the Royal Society of NSW Jak Kelly prize. Everyone is welcome to attend the free event to support the presenters.
The awards program includes abstracts and times of all the presenters for the upcoming event. The presenters are asked to make a 20-minute presentation on their postgraduate research in Physics, and the presentation will be judged on the criteria (1) content and scientific quality, (2) clarity and (3) presentation skills as included in the judges’ criteria.
The Postgraduate Award nominees are:
Saurabh BHARDWAJ, Macquarie University, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Femtosecond laser inscribed point-by-point Bragg gratings in few- mode optical fibre
Yuanming WANG, University of Sydney, School of Physics
Studying extreme time-domain phenomena with the Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder
Giovanni PIEROBON, University of New South Wales, School of Physics
Exploring the invisible: axion dark matter in the galaxy
Shankar DUTT Australian National University, Research School of Physics
Sensing one molecule at a time: A pathway to personalized healthcare and early detection of Alzheimer’s and MS
Ivan ZHIGULIN, University of Technology Sydney, School of Mathematical and Physical Sciences
Revealing the nature of blue quantum emitters in hexagonal Boron Nitride via the Stark effect
Levi MADDEN, University of Wollongong, School of Physics
Optical dosimeters for radiotherapy with MRI-LINACs
Date: Tuesday 8 November 2022
Venue: Concord Golf Club, 190 Majors Bay Road Concord, NSW
Postgraduate Nominee presentations from 10.00am
Presentation of Postgraduate Award winner, Royal Society of NSW Jak Kelly Prize, and Community Outreach to Physics Award from 1.00pm.
This event is proudly sponsored by the Australian Institute of Physics NSW Branch, The Royal Australian Chemical Institute and The Royal Society of New South Wales.