2012 dates - School Seminars

Wednesday 14 December 2011

2012 SPEAKERS


Leonard Huxley Theatre

Following Thursdays at 4pm

 

Speakers from RSPE Departments

 


 22 March - Dr Dinesh Venkatachalam, EME   (Chair, Drew Parsons)

Memories taking resistive turn: Resistive switching as a non-volatile memory

19 April - Prof Anatoli Kheifets, AMPL   (Chair, Hoe Tan)

From Femto-Chemistry to Atto-Physics: Time Resolved Atomic Reactions

24 May - Dr Anton Wallner, NP    (Chair, Anna Wilson)

Stars, supernovae and meteorites: laboratory studies of nucleosynthesis using accelerator mass spectrometry

21 June - Dr Andrey Miroshnichenko, NLPC (Chair, Hoe Tan)

Towards low-loss optical metamaterials

19 July - Dr Khu Vu, LP   (Chair, Andrew Truscott)

Toward Integrated Mid-infrared Photonic Devices: Material Sciences and Technical Challenges

23 August - Dr Ross Stephens, AM  (Chair,  Dr Hoe Tan)

Surface coating nanoparticles for medical use

20 Sept - Prof Rod Boswell, PRL   (Chair, Wieslaw Krolikowski)

To infinity and beyond: Progress of the Australian Plasma Thruster

25 October -speaker to be advised, QS  (Chair, Andrew Truscott)

22 November - speaker to be advised, TP  (Chair Drew Parsons)

 

 

Followed by drinks and refreshments in the tea room.  All Welcome.

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