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VIC Branch

Welcome to the Victorian (VIC) branch of the AIP. Watch this space for local events in VIC!

VIC 2023 Committee 

    • Chair:  Andrew Martin, (Andrew is the contact person for the Women in Physics Lecture Tour)
    • Vice Chair:  Valentina Baccetti (Valentina is the contact person for the 60th Birthday Lecture Tour)
    • Secretary:  Elizabeth Hinde,
    • Treasurer:  David Simpson, (David is the contact person for the Jobs Fair)
    • Committee: Jesper Levinsen, Mark Edmonds, Allen Inderwisch, Augustin Schiffren, Tapio Simula, Matthew Lay and Daniel Langley
    • Student Representatives:  Emily George and Maria Krikeli (Maria is the contact person for High School Certificates)

    News and Upcoming Events

    • 24 Nov 2022 6:30 PM | Anonymous

      Join us for the Physics Nobel Prize Lecture 2022 - All welcome!

      Entanglement: Laying the foundation for quantum technology

      NOVEMBER 24TH 6:30 PM


    • 22 Jun 2022 4:04 PM | Anonymous

      A/Prof Katarina Miljkovic will be the guest speaker at the Girls in Physics Breakfast on 28th July. It will be held at the William Angliss Institute, 555 La Trobe St Melbourne.

      Students in Years 10 - 12 will share a table with women with a career in physics or engineering, or studying these subjects at university. Women are invited to register here: Girls in Physics Breakfasts: An Invitation (

      More details are on the website or this flyer: Melbourne Invite GIPB 22.pdf

    • 22 Jun 2022 3:53 PM | Anonymous

      Public Lecture: Impacts! Rocks from space colliding with planets
      Presented by Associate Professor Katarina Miljkovic

      6.30 PM Wednesday 27 July

      Storey Hall, RMIT Building 16, Level 5, Room 001

      336 - 348 Swanston Street, Melbourne

      For registration and further information see attached flyer:

    • 16 Jul 2021 2:25 PM | Anonymous

      We are happy to announce our "Physics in Action" video competition. Physical phenomena occur in the world around us every day, whether in a lab, a classroom, or out in nature. This competition invites individuals and groups to create and submit a short video that showcases this physics in action.

      Please see the flyer below for more details on how to enter, how a winner is selected, and the prizes available. Feel free to pass this flyer along to anybody you think would be interested.

    See the main events board for more in-person and online upcoming events.

    To see more past events from the  VIC branch, click here

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