News and opportunities
2023 ANZCOP-AIP Summer meeting: Submit your abstracts. Read more.
Photography competition: Have you captured a moment that showcases the beauty of physics? Submit your photo to the AIP ACT Branch and potentially win cash prizes. Read more.
Year 12 physics articles or essays: In the final issue of 2023, Australian Physics Magazine will publish one engaging article that demonstrates excellent critical thinking and research skills. Contact the editors email@example.com. Submissions close Friday 15 September.
Looking for women physicists and engineers to share career journey and tips with girls in Years 10 to 12 over breakfast in Geelong, Wodonga, Traralgon, Ballarat and Bendigo. The Girls in Physics Breakfast program is organised by Vicphysics Teachers’ Network and AIP. Read more.
The ‘Dark Matters’ art exhibition developed by Science Gallery Melbourne, Arts at CERN and the ARC Centre of Excellence for Dark Matter Particle Physics, is opening 5 August in Melbourne. Read more.
John Tyndall Award: nominate an exceptional individual working in optical fiber technology. The award is jointly presented by Optica and the IEEE Photonics Society. Nominate by 10 Aug. Read more
Looking to re-train as a teacher of physics, mathematics, engineering studies or industrial technology – metal and/or timber? Apply for the NSW Government Teach and Learn Scholarship (High Demand Subject Areas) and be financially supported while you study. Read more
2024 IUPAP Early Career Scientist Prize in Mathematical Physics is now open. It recognises exceptional achievements in mathematical physics up to eight years post PhD (excluding career interruptions). Nominate by 30 September. Read more.
NSW Community Outreach to Physics Award 2023 is awarded to an individual that conducts activities to engage our community and contribute to public engagement within physics. Apply by 7 October. Read more.
Exploring dark matter detection across interdisciplinary frontiers, with Jayden Newstead (Melbourne): Tour through the realms of particle, nuclear, atomic, and astrophysics, surveying the rich interdisciplinary research that propels our search for dark matter. Watch now on AIP’s Youtube channel.