Canberra International Physics Summer School

The Canberra International Physics Summer School invites Australian and international students to learn about cutting edge research in physical sciences. The School is an exciting opportunity to improve your knowledge in physics and meet inspiring academics from Australia and around the world.

This is a regular event which has been running at the Research School of Physics & Engineering since 1988. Past events included a broad range of topics including mathematical physics, complex systems, plasma physics, quantum optics, cosmology, biophysics, classical and quantum chaos and many others.

The program combines intensive study with social and cultural events - guest lectures, afternoon teas, BBQ and more.

Funding is provided by the ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences. Travel support and accommodation scholarships are available.

Frontiers in Physics

1–5 December 2014

23rd Summer School Frontiers in Physics

The 23rd Canberra International Physics Summer School "Frontiers in Physics" will be held at The Australian National University on 1–5 December 2014.

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