Seminars, Colloquia and Other Presentations

 
6 February, M.G. Burton, “Some new things about molecular hydrogen”, Astrolunch, UNSW, Sydney

22 February, W. Couch, “Gemini: Australia’s new window on the Universe”, public lecture, Astronomical Society of New South Wales, Marsfield, Sydney

14 March, M.G. Burton, “Hot molecular cores and the earliest stages of massive star formation”, School of Physics Colloquium, UNSW, Sydney

27 March, T.M. Davis, “Cosmological event horizons and entropy”, Colloquium, Imperial College, London

2 April, J.W.V. Storey, “Astronomy from Antarctica - why on earth?”, Jason Project, UNSW, Sydney

3 April, M.G. Burton, “Antarctic science”, Jason Project, UNSW, Sydney

4 April, T. Travouillon, “Antarctic astronomy”, Jason Project, UNSW, Sydney

9 April, J.W.V. Storey, “The Douglas Mawson Telescope — why Antarctica is the best place on earth to build a telescope”, Science colloquium, CSL Ltd, Parkville

3 May, T. Travouillon, “AASTO/AASTINO”, University of Nice, France

9 May, F. Green, “Conservation laws and mesoscopic transport”, University of Newcastle, Newcastle

16 May, M.G. Burton, “Our place in the cosmos”, Western Sydney Amateur Astronomers, Penrith

20 May, M.G. Burton, “Hot molecular cores and the earliest stages of massive star formation”, School of Physics Colloquium, University of Sydney, Sydney

21 May, W. Couch, “Gemini: Australia’s new window on the Universe”, public lecture, Australian Museum, College Street, Sydney

22 May, V.A. Dzuba, “Precise calculation of parity non-conservation of caesium and test of the Standard Model”, Department of Physics, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA

6 June, H. Hora “Energy from Laser Driven Nuclear Fusion”, 500 Year Celebration of the Martin-Luther-University, Halle-Wittenberg

13 June, M.G. Burton, “Hot molecular cores and the earliest stages of massive star formation”, Swinburne University, Melbourne

16 June, W. Couch, “Galaxy evolution in clusters”, invited lecture at the Foundation for Astronomy’s School for Astronomy, Macquarie University

19 June, M.G. Burton, “Astronomy in Antarctica and the Douglas Mawson Telescope”, Friends of the South Australian Museum, Adelaide

24 June, T.M. Davis, “Extending Our Horizons — how far can we see?” Cosmology course lecture, Sydney University, Sydney

28 June, M.G. Burton, “Some new results on molecular hydrogen”, Universitas de Chile, Santiago, Chile

28 June, W. Couch, “Cluster Galaxy Evolution”, invited lecture at the Astronomical Society of Australia’s Harley Wood Winter School, Bateman’sBay

1 July, W. Couch, “The cluster `sphere of influence’: tracking star formation with environment via H-alpha surveys”, invited colloquium, Astrophysics Department, Tohaku University, Sendai, Japan

16 July, M.G. Burton, “Antarctic astronomy”, International Space School, Powerhouse Museum, Sydney

19 July, T.M. Davis “Life, the universe and everything”, Astronomical Society of NSW, Sydney

5 August, M.G. Burton, “Astronomy in Antarctica: future plans”, Australian Antarctic Division, Hobart

13, 14, 15, 16 August, R.A. Inta, “Science and music – the perfect duet”, Science in the City, Sydney Grammar School, Sydney

14 August, A.P. Micolich, “Fractal conductance fluctuations in semiconductor billiards”, CMP Seminar, UNSW

15 August, M.G. Burton, “Astronomy in Antarctica”, Science in the City, Sydney Grammar School, Sydney

19 August, T.M. Baynes, “Fresh Science”, ScienceNow Forum, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne

20 August, T.M. Baynes, “Science in the Pub”, Redback Hotel, Melbourne

5 Sept, W. Couch, “The cluster `sphere of influence’: tracking the galactic star formation rate as a function of environment via H-alpha surveys”, invited research seminar, Department of Physics, University of Queensland

11 September, W. Couch, “The Gemini Instrum-entation Program: the `Abingdon’ process”, talk at the Anglo-Australian Observatory, Marsfield, Sydney

13 September, M.G. Burton, “Astronomy in Antarctica”, PHYS1500 guest lecture, Sydney University, Sydney

13 September, M.G. Burton, “David Malin’s world of astronomy”, SUNS, UNSW, Sydney

13 September, R. Stening, “Uncertainty and chaos: how does God interact with his universe?”, Christian Parent Controlled Schools Senior Science In-service, Warrimoo

13 September, W. Couch, “The Gemini Instrumentation Program: the `Abingdon’ process”, talk at the School of Physics, University of Sydney, Sydney

17 September, W. Couch, “The Gemini Instrumentation Program: the `Abingdon’ process”, talk at Centre for Astrophysics and Supercomputing, Swinburne University, Melbourne

18 September, W. Couch, “Gemini: Australia’s new twin 8m eyes on the Universe”, public lecture, Western Sydney Amateur Astronomy Group, University of Western Sydney, Nepean Campus, Sydney

20 September, T.M. Baynes, “Simulation and analysis of the magnetic treatment of naval vessels”, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra

20 September, W. Couch, “The Gemini Instrumentation Program: the `Abingdon’ process”, talk at the Research School of Astronomy & Astrophysics, Australian National University

25 September, W. Couch, “Large telescopes and the distant universe”, talk to Year 5 students at Lindfield Primary School, Sydney

1 October, J.S.M. Ginges, “The nuclear Schiff moment and violation of parity and time-reversal in atoms”, National Institute for Nuclear Theory, University of Washington, Seattle, USA

16 October, R.G. Clark, “Few-qubit silicon quantum processor”, University of Melbourne, Melbourne

17 October, A.D. Greentree, “What can coherent optical effects tell us about coherent electronic effects?”, CQCT Seminar, UNSW, Sydney

18 October, M.Y. Simmons, “Atomic scale fabrication of a silicon quantum computer”, Faculty Seminar, UNSW, Sydney

25 October, M.G. Burton, “The cosmic jigsaw – are there pieces missing?”, Science in the Pub, Imperial Hotel, Coonabarabran

25 October, R.G. Clark, “Few-qubit silicon quantum processor”, University of Queensland, Brisbane

5 November, M.Y. Simmons, “Constructing a quantum computer in silicon atom by atom”, Chemistry Society Lecture, UNSW, Sydney

6 November, W. Couch, “Gemini: Aust-raia’s new window on the universe”,guest lecture, English for Academic Purposes class, UNSW

7 November, M.G. Burton, “Hot molecular cores and the earliest stages of massive star formation”, Australia Telescope

15 November, R. Stening, “How does God interact with his universe?”, Evangelizing Commerce, Inc, Sydney

18 November, M.G. Burton, “Antarctic and millimetre-wave astronomy”, Macarthur Astronomical Society, UWS, Campbelltown

20 November, M.A. Box, “Global and regional impacts of particulate pollution”, AMOS, Sydney

29 November, J.W.V. Storey, “Astronomy from Antarctica – why on earth?”, Newcastle Astronomical Society, Newcastle

5 December, T.M. Davis “The point of no return” Colloquium, Swinburne University, Melbourne

12 December, C.J. Hamer, “Towards world unity”, Australian Institute of International Aff-airs, Sydney

15 December, M.G. Burton, P. Calisse, “From AASTO to Dome C”, South Pole Sunday Night Science Lecture, South Pole, Antarctica


 

 

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