Wednesday 5 July 2017

2017 Women in Physics Lecturer schedule

Dr Katie Mack – On everything you wanted to know about Dark Matter but were afraid to ask

We are so excited to finally announce the dates for Katie's' tour around the country in July and August this year.  Katie will be presenting a range of talks, from public lectures to school talks and even breakfasts. Come along to learn everything you wanted to know about dark matter – the strange, invisible material seemingly suffusing the universe with five times the abundance of ordinary matter  and her career as a woman in physics.

Katie is tweeting her progress of the tour with the #WiPtour hastag - check it out to see where she's flying to today!

Women in Physics Lecture Series with Katie Mack comes to: 

Perth – 19 July schools event at Murdoch Uni & public lecture at UWA
Melbourne – 20 July public lecture at Uni Melb / 21 July Girls in Physics breakfast in Hawthorn
Geelong – 21 July school lecture at Kardinia College
Toowoomba – 24 July student lecture & public lecture at the University of Southern Queensland 
Ipswich – 25 July school lecture & public lecture TBC 
Brisbane – 26 July event TBC 
Canberra – 27 July Girls in STEM breakfast & public lecture at ANU / 28 July two school talks TBC 
Newcastle – 31 July two school talks TBC 
Wollongong – 1 August school talk at St Mary’s and university talk & public lecture at UOW 
Sydney – 2 August school talk at Knox Grammar & university talk at UNSW / 3 August public lecture at Macquarie University 
Launceston – 7 August school talk at Don College 
Devonport – 7 August school talk at Launceston College 
Hobart – 8 August school talks at Elizabeth College and The Friend’s School & public lecture at UTas / 9 August school talk TBC 
Adelaide – 10 August school talk at Mt Barker / 11 August talk at Adelaide University TBC 
Bendigo – 14 August public lecture at La Trobe University 
• And Melbourne again – 15 August Girls in Physics breakfast & public lecture at La Trobe University 

 There are a lot of dates and events, so  keep an eye on the  AIP calendar for details of an event near you.

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