2017 Physics Project Market Day

15th August 2017
11.30am - 2pm

Student Commons at the ANU Pop-up village

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For more information contact market.day.rspe@anu.edu.au

As part of science week 2017 Physics ANU presents 'Physics Project Market Day'. Over 60 ANU physics academics will present posters detailing their research with more than 100 student projects at all levels on offer including:

  • Undergraduate:
    • Summer scholarships
    • 3rd year physics research projects
    • PhB Advanced study courses
    • Honours projects
  • Graduate:
    • Masters
    • PhD

Travel scholarships are available for interstate non-ANU students to attend the Market Day and find out about studying Physics at ANU (closing date for applications 28 July 2017).

Download the travel scholarship application form (pdf 35KB).

Demonstrations and tours of the research facilities will be offered and information regarding coursework and graduate scholarships will also be available. Plus lunch is FREE.

This is a valuable opportunity to engage with potential supervisors and to check out physics project options across a wide range of areas such as:

  • Photonics, Lasers and Nonlinear Optics
  • Clean energy
  • Fusion and Plasma Confinement
  • Environmental Physics
  • Materials Science and Engineering
  • Quantum Science, Device and Technology
  • Plasma Applications and Technology
  • Nanoscience and nanotechnology
  • Physics and Fluids
  • Physics of Nucleus
  • Atomic and Molecular Physics
  • Astrophysics
  • Biophysics
  • Topological and Structural Science
  • Physics Education

Potential research projects can be found in our searchable project database.

Hear from our students

Realising Feynman's quantum computing dreams

"There are already connections with a huge range of topics in physics, who's to say what's around the corner?"

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Materials student strikes gold

"When choosing a project do your research so you make sure you will be in an environment where you feel comfortable and productive."

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Exciting nuclei with strange shapes

"I'd heard that ANU was the best place in the southern hemisphere for research,"

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Travelling the world in search of diamonds

"My supervisor has been really supportive, don't underestimate how important that is."

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Updated:  17 August 2017/ Responsible Officer:  Director, RSPE/ Page Contact:  Physics Webmaster