News and opportunities
Deadline extended for 2023 ANZCOP-AIP Summer meeting: Submit your abstracts by 25 September. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org. Submissions close Friday 15 September.
‘Mind-Bending Light’, a stall with hands-on optics demonstrations attracted over 750 visitors at the Adelaide Showgrounds for Science Alive! This was the first time the AIP’s South Australian branch joined the show. 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 recognises exceptional achievements in mathematical physics up to eight years post PhD (excluding career interruptions). Nominate by 30 September. Read more.
Vale Emeritus Professor John White AO 1937–2023. We were saddened to learn of the recent death of John White, FAIP, whose research focused on the application of neutron scattering to a wide variety of problems in chemistry. Read more.
Apply for Sydney Quantum Academy’s PhD Scholarships: undertake interdisciplinary coursework across partner unis, and benefit from career development funds, specialised training sessions, seminars and networking events. Apply by 2 October. Read more.
AIP photography competition: Calling all physicists, shutterbugs, and cosmic creators! Do you have a photo that showcases a physics concept that you've been dying to show off more widely? Enter it in our photography competition for a chance to have your photo featured on our homepage and our emails in 2024. Your image will be linked to a description and credited. Submit your images to email@example.com by 1 November.