Physics in the Pub for May 28

Published in the Research School of Physics Event Horizon
Vol44 Issue17 29 April–3 May 2019

Physics in the Pub - Call for presenters


May is Physics month - come to the pub with your latest discovery, most thought-provoking theory or phunnest physics phact. Email me if you have an idea - .


The call for presenters is open now - let me know by May 6 if you have an idea for your eight-minute slot. Pub quiz, stand up comedy set or just a top-notch talk that will keep the crowd enthralled.


Variety is the hallmark of the night - all branches of physics are welcome: astronomers, theorists, geophysicists, engineers, meteoreologists… get involved!


MC Dr Phil Dooley warms the crowd up at Smiths Alternative, you’re guaranteed a warm reception for your best electron jokes!


When: 6.30 PM Tuesday May 28

Where: Smiths Alternative


Cost: Free! Thanks to Physics@ANU, and Australian Institute of Physics ACT.


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The Fineprint
* Acts are limited to strictly eight minutes.
* Available resources at the venue: powerpoint screen PC/mac, microphone, PA sound system, dimmable lights
* Participants will need to inform us of their requirements for AV, power etc before the night.
* Presentations are displayed from laptop provided only, to prevent AV hiccups. We’ll assist with downloading material and testing in advance.

* There are limited slots available on the night: we will do our best to include as many participants as possible, selection will be based on showcasing a range of performances and experience.
*There will be limited help available for setup and packup, for heavy or complicated equipment so please BYO roadies.
* Participants must ensure that the stage is clean and tidy for the next participant.


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Dr Phil Dooley
Science writer, videomaker, presenter and science communication trainer.
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