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Weekly newsletter | vol 43 no 89 | 1–5 October 2018

 

From the H1 Control Room

Dear Colleagues,

I hope you all had a fab long weekend.

On behalf of Tim (who is currently enjoying a well-earned break in Tassie), this weeks pic is from the 2018 John Carver Seminar Series. (From L-R Erich Weigold, Chathura, Larissa, Michael, Matthew and Jackson.) Congratulations go to Chathura Bandutunga for the John Carver Prize and the People’s Prize, Jackson Dowie for the Director’s Prize and Matthew Crabb for the Dean’s Prize. 
Well done to all the students who presented their research this year - Peter Vouzas, Chathura Bandutunga, Jean-Baptiste Gorce, Matthew Crabb, Elizaveta Melik-Gaykazyan, Joshua Butson, Jackson Dowie and Muidh Alheshibri. And a big thank you to the judges, Emeritus Professor Erich Weigold, Dr Michael Barson and Ms Larissa Huston.

Some reminders:
Don't forget, please register for Founders Day - it helps with the catering.
Don't forget to send through your confidential submission for the School Review - see your email from the Dean for details.
Don't forget to please read below, there are always important messages, opportunities and interesting articles for everyone.

Enjoy the short week....only 3 days till Friday.

Cheers Sue

 

R U OK?

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Equity and Diversity

Staff and students now have the opportunity to give feedback to ANU about how the University can improve its offerings and services for families. A new ANU Family-Friendly Committee has been formally launched at University House on the 24th of September.

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Message from the Finance Team

Reminder - consolidated monlthy invoices and financial management reports...

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Technology Transfer Office Drop in Sessions

STEM Mentors Wanted

 

The Global Innovation Linkages Program (GIL)

The grant Provides matched funding to assist Australian businesses and researchers to collaborate with global partners on strategically focused, leading-edge research and development projects

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Regional Collaborations Programme

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2018/2019 Major Grant Rounds

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Defence Science and Technology Group - Jobs

The Defence Science and Technology Group (DST) has a position available in the Radiological Defence area. We are looking for candidates at postdoctoral level with experience in radiological/nuclear physics including radiation transport, detection and simulation

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Founders Day 12 Oct

Don't forget to register

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Technical/Art Displays

Do you have an item suitable for the technical or art display for this years Founders Day event? Please register with ilya.shadrivov@anu.edu.au or dige.wang@anu.edu.au.

 

Departmental Seminars

2 October
Amol Choudhary
On-chip light-sound interactions for microwave and optical communications
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4 October
Rocio Camacho Morales
Harmonic generation in semiconductor nanoantennas driven by Mie-type resonances.
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Tim Senden is away 1-5 Oct, Matt Sellars is acting Director during this period.

 

School Seminar

18 October
Anna Herring
Breaking the ‘Black Box’: Using 3D X-ray Imaging to Understand and Optimize Fluid Transport in Porous Materials
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Shower and Bike Locations

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Homeless Bikes

Do you have an unused unloved bike tied up around RSPE? Please take it home. F&S will be working with Security to remove all unclaimed bikes in the near future. 

 

Who is looking after your department this week?

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RSPE Orientation

Every Monday at 10:00am all new starters are invited to meet at reception to have a short tour of the School’s central areas and receive a welcome pack.

Bookings are not required.

 

Keep Informed

ANU Events

(CHM/CoS) Deans' Bulletin

JCS Strategic Priorities Plan

RSPE Building Updates

www.facebook.com/PhysicsANU

 

 


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