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Aip pg programm

  1. 1. AIP Bi-Annual Postgraduate Conference Anapana Ridge, 38 Gilchrist Road, LESMURDIE WA http://www.anapanaridge.com/index.html The Australian Institute of Physics exists to support professional physicists and to promote all aspects of physics to the wider community. This conference has been convened to allow honours and postgraduate students to present to their peers in a non-pressured supportive environment. It is hoped that this conference will give the attendees a greater awareness of the research undertaken in WA and provide them with a networking opportunity. Presentations should go for 15-20 minutes followed by approximately five minutes of question time. Wednesday 7th September 2011 Registration 9:30 to 10:00 Welcome morning tea 10:00 to 10:30 Session 1 10:30 to 12:30 Lunch 12:30 to 1:30 Session 2 1:30 to 3:00 Afternoon tea 3:00 to 3:30 Session 3 3:30 to 5:00 Dinner Free time Thursday 8th September 2011 Free time Session 4 10:00 to 12:00 Lunch 12:00 to 1:00 Session 5 1:00 to 2:00 Pack-up and go home Abstracts for this conference are organised alphabetically by surname
  2. 2. Welcome 10:00 Morning tea and a few words from the AIP our sponsor Session 1 10:30 to 12:30 1) Xing-Jiang Zhu “Gravitational wave background from coalescing binary black holes” 2) Xu Chen “Three-mode opto-acoustic parametric interaction in a coupled optical cavity” 3) Bruce Hartley “Quantum Mechanics? No Dice!” 4) Siddartha Verma “Roberts Linkage as a very low frequency suspension and control element in 3rd generation gravitational wave detectors” Session 2 1:30 to 3:00 1) Crosby Chang “Excitation of spin waves in a magnetic nano-stripe array by direct injection of microwave currents using a coplanar probe” 2) Romain Bara “Generation of 103.75 GHz CW Source with 5.10-16 Frequency Instability Using Cryogenic Sapphire Oscillators” 3) Warrick Farr “Designing a Macroscopic Phonon Laser using Cryogenic Sapphire Microwave Resonators” 4) Grill a Supervisor. Eric Howell, David Parlevliet Jean-Michel Le Floch and Mario Zadnik Session 3 3:30 to 5:00 1) Nik Radevski “Glancing angle deposition: Technique for the fabrication of arrays of nanostructures” 2) Nick Wyatt “Study on the Effect of Substrate and Gold catalyst thickness on Characteristics of PPECVD Grown Silicon Nanowires” 3) Lynette Howearth “Determining the Migration Pattern of an Extinct Australian Diprotodon using Strontium Isotopes”
  3. 3. Session 4 10:00 to 12:00 1) Ilkhom Abdurakhmanov “Impact-parameter convergent close-coupling approach to antiproton collisions with atomic hydrogen and helium” 2) Jeremy Savage “Convergent close-coupling calculations for positronmagnesium scattering” 3) Mark Zammit “Electron scattering in hot-dense plasmas” 4) Rick Hughes and Nimue Pendragon from Microanalysis Australia “Materials characterisation with SEM and XRD” Session 5 1:00 to 2:00 1) Shahidah Ali “Synthesis and evaluation of AAO-PHEMA nano-composite” 4) Wrap-up and feedback

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