Exploring major discoveries and theories in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry at this year’s combined AIP, TGNSW, RSNSW and RACI meeting.
Ever since the Copernicun revolution in the 15th century science has been progressing at an exponential rate. Major discoveries and theories in physics, mathematics, biology and chemistry, have shaped and continue to grow at an exponential rate. The Frontiers of Science forum will have a group of international experts to give brief talks on the latest and future developments in their fields of knowledge.
Hon Alister Henskens SC MP,
Minister for Science, Innovation and Technology, Minister for Skills and Training
Professor Andrea Morello,
University of New South Wales, School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
Building a Quantum Computing Lab from the Fundamental Constants of Nature
Professor Chris Tisdell,
University of New South Wales, School of Mathematics and Statistics
Beyond the Compass: Exploring Geometric Constructions via Circle Templates and a Straightedge
Professor Dr. Johannes le Coutre,
FRSN, University of New South Wales, School of Chemical Engineering
From Botanists and Butterflies to Populations and Planets
Professor Martina Stenzel
University of New South Wales, ARC Future Fellow, School of Chemistry
Going small to make big impacts in medicine: nanomedicine