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711 Dec 2014
Canberra, Australia
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+61 2 6281 6624
+61 2 6285 1336


Australian Institute of Physics Congress

The Congress will be staged at the Manning Clark Complex at the Australian National University. With an anticipated attendance of over 700 delegates, the Congress is the most diverse professional meeting in the Australian physics calendar, and represents an important occasion for the community keep up to date with breakthrough developments from around the world. The four day program includes plenary lectures, parallel sessions, catered poster sessions, various exhibitions associated with our theme and a public lecture. The meeting will offer a variety of settings and opportunities, such as the Welcome Reception, the Congress Dinner and other informal social functions, for delegates to catch up with old friends and colleagues.

The conference theme 'The Art of Physics' should be read in many ways. There is an art to doing physics, and our apparatus is often the work of artisans. Our scientific images are sometimes beautiful and intriguing. Some physicists are active in the art community, and some artists find inspiration in physics. We encourage conference presenters to highlight the art in their physics.