2012 dates - Director's Colloquium

Wednesday 14 December 2011

Leonard Huxley Theatre
Following Thursdays at 12.30

Refreshments @ noon in the tea room

  • 1 March - Prof Geoffrey Taylor, University of Melbourne
  • 5 April - Prof Will Steffen, Climate Change Institute
  • 3 May - Prof Martin Green, University of New South Wales
  • 7 June - Prof Roy Tasker, University of Western Sydney

Following Thursdays at 12.00

Refreshments @ 11.30am in the tea room.

  • 12 July - Prof Gerard Milburn, University of Queensland
  • 2 August - Dr Cathy Foley, CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering 
  • 6 September - Dr Michael Paul
  • 8 November - Dr Jim Patrick, Cochlear
  • 6 December - Prof Brian Schmidt, Nobel Prize in Physics 2011, Australian National University

 

 

 

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