Physics Research Poster Presentation Event!!
DATE: Monday 8 April 2024
VENUE: Western Sydney University Parramatta South Campus, Janice Reid Pavillion (EEa)
Student Registration: $10.00pp
AIP Members and Non-Members Registration: $20.00pp
Everyone is welcome to attend and support the HDR poster presentations. There is no limit on the number of HDR poster presentations at this event! Registrations are essential to present or attend event. Refreshments will be provided during the timeframe of the network event.
The aim of the NSW Australian Institute of Physics Research Poster Presentation Network Event is to provide all NSW HDR students (Honours, Masters and PhD) researchers an opportunity:
To present a formal, research-based presentation of their HDR work.
To present HDR students research to a learned audience in the friendly environment of a University setting.
To promote research opportunities and achievements.
To develop physics interaction with researchers, academics, supervisors, students, employers and visitors during the event.
To award best research poster presentation prizes recognizing the scientific merit exhibited in the Poster Presentation displays.
$500 Honours Research Poster Prize sponsored by Diraq
$1000 Masters Research Poster Prize sponsored by Boson Engineering
$1000 PhD Research Poster Prize sponsored by Archer
The Physics Research Poster Presentation Network Event will provide opportunities for HDR (Honours, Masters and PhD) students to present their research posters during the three-hour time-frame. Presenters can outline plans for research (thesis proposal) or can use this opportunity to display their research area, topic, present a working research paper, journal publication, conference publication, seminar notes or chapters in the thesis as a poster presentation display. Posters will be judged during the event with monetary prizes presented for each best poster award category. All students presenting need to refer to the criteria for the Poster Format in the attachment or in the registration link.
For more information please contact:
Dr Danica Solina (Danica.Solina@uts.edu.au) or
Dr Frederick Osman (firstname.lastname@example.org)