Outreach

Visits and tours

The Department of Nuclear Physics welcomes visits by interested groups. To arrange a tour of the department, contact Dr Greg Lane, Gregory.Lane@anu.edu.au

Conferences and workshops

The department organizes and has been involved in several workshops and conferences on Nuclear Physics and related topics. Some of these are listed below:

  • Sun 21 Sep 2014 – Fri 26 Sep 2014
  • Workshop on current and future accelerator applications
    Wed 2 June 2014 – Thu 3 June 2014
  • Mon 30 June 2014 – Wed 2 June 2014
  • Mon 8 April 2013 – Fri 12 April 2013
  • Wed 11 April 2012 – Fri 13 April 2012
  • Tenth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 26 Sept 2011 – Thu 29 Sept 2011
  • Ninth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 28 Sept 2009 – Thu 1 Oct 2009
  • Master of Nuclear Science: Accelerator Special Project Course
    Mon 6 Oct 2008 – Fri 10 Oct 2008
    Wed 29 Oct 2008 – Fri 31 Oct 2008
  • Eighth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 29 Sept 2008 – Thu 2 Oct 2008
  • Master of Nuclear Science: Accelerator Science Course
    Mon 2 Jun 2008 – Fri 6 Jun 2008
  • Seventh Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 24 Sept 2007 – Thu 27 Sept 2007
  • ATF - SNEAP 2006
    Sun 15 Oct 2006 – Fri 20 Oct 2006
    ANSTO, ANU and the University of Melbourne, in co-operation with the International Atomic Energy Agency, host the Australian Accelerator Technical Forum (ATF) in conjunction with the Symposium of North Eastern Accelerator Personnel (SNEAP).
  • Sixth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 25 Sept 2006 – Thu 28 Sept 2006
  • Fifth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 26 Sept 2005 – Thu 29 Sept 2005
  • Fourth Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 27 Sept 2004 – Thu 30 Sept 2004
  • Accelerator Technical Forum
    Tue 14 Sept 2004 – Thu 16 Sept 2004
    The Nuclear Physics Department hosts the Accelerator Technical Forum which fosters interaction among technical, professional and academic staff from Australia and New Zealand involved in the operation and development of particle accelerators and related facilities.
  • Third Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 22 Sept 2003 – Thu 25 Sept 2003
  • Environmental Physics Laboratory Session
    Wednesday 25 September 2002
  • Second Annual Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 23 Sept 2002 – Fri 27 Sept 2002
  • National Science Week
    Sat 17 Aug 2002 – Sun 25 Aug 2002
    'The Machines that ate Acton'
  • ACT Teacher's Summer School
    Mon 21 Jan 2002 – Fri 25 Jan 2002
    New Developments in Physics
  • Workshop in Nuclear Techniques
    Mon 24 Sept 2001 - Fri 28 Sept 2001

BrIcc software

The Department of Nuclear Physics hosts the development of the BrIcc conversion coefficient calculator.

Visit the BrIcc website

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