Conferences and Events
11 - 15 Feb
This is the principal meeting of the division, and will be held for the first time in Perth, Western Australia, on the beautiful campus of The University of Western Australia nestled against the picturesque Swan River. We welcome participants from all areas of Physical Chemistry to attend, with the conference themes including spectroscopy, computational chemistry, and the physical chemistry of solutions, surfaces, and interfaces.
11 - 15 Feb
Following the past successes of AMAS meetings, we invite you to Melbourne for the fifteenth AMAS symposium.
10 - 14 Feb
AMN9 is the ninth event in our biennial conference series which focuses on cutting-edge research in nano science and technology. The topics covered reflect the broad scientific interests of the MacDiarmid Institute and range from nano-bio interfaces, nano medicine, materials for photovoltaics, to novel electronic devices (including spintronics and valleytronics).
10 - 13 Dec
The conference is organised in collaboration with the Australasian Fluid Mechanics Society and will bring together an international group of scientists, engineers and educators with common interests in fluid mechanics. The conference covers all fields of fluid mechanics research and applications, and a diverse range of research areas will be represented by the exceptional plenary speakers. The AFMC is fully peer-reviewed, with its proceedings published online, and offers a range of student prizes to showcase the emerging talent in our field.
9 - 13 Dec
The Australian Institute of Physics and the Australian Optical Society, with the support of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF) and the Australian Nanotechnology Network (ANN), warmly welcome you to the 23rd AIP Congress and the Australian Optical Society Conference that will be held jointly with the 43rd Australian Conference on Optical Fibre Technology (ACOFT) and with the 2018 Conference on Optoelectronic and Microelectronic Materials and Devices (COMMAD). Seamlessly integrated to form one of Australia’s foremost science forums, the meeting will take place in beautiful Perth on the leafy campus of the University of Western Australia.
4 - 8 Dec
IONS KOALA is an annual conference held in Australia and New Zealand sponsored by The Optical Society (OSA). The 11th instalment of IONS KOALA is being co-hosted by the OSA student chapters at Macquarie University and the University of Sydney. With the support of many organisations, KOALA brings together research students in physics from all around the world.
3 - 5 Dec
The symposium will bring together the AUCAOS members and will be an exciting forum for discussing the latest developments in computation/theory, the chemistry of new materials including, processing, film morphology, and spectroscopy, as well as device physics, and device fabrication / manufacturing / testing
22 - 23 Nov
The Australian Synchrotron's annual User Meeting showcases some of the best research and investigations undertaken at the facility, and provides our user community with updates on the latest developments and technical advances in synchrotron science, both at home and at our sister light sources overseas. Organised by the Australian Synchrotron User Advisory Committee, the 2018 meeting will again be held at the award-winning National Centre for Synchrotron Science (NCSS).
9 - 14 Sep
On behalf of the Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, it is our pleasure to welcome you to the 19th International Microscopy Congress (IMC19), to be held from 9-14 September 2018, in the stunning new International Convention Centre (ICC Sydney) right in the heart of Sydney.
8 - 13 Jul
Geoanalysis meetings are the main forum to meet with colleagues and discuss the latest developments and future needs in the field of measurements applied to geological and environmental materials. The conference will be rounded off with topical short courses given by experts in the field and a field trip along the beautiful New South Wales coast.
10 - 14 Dec
A robust technical program is anticipated as the scope and intensity of combustion research in the Asia-Pacific region has been undergoing rapid expansion in recent years. The 11th ASPACC will bring together scientists and engineers to find out the current state of progress in the topics of interest in combustion science and technology.
23 - 28 July
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, Melbourne, Australia
The Centenary Congress is an opportunity to celebrate the contributions that chemistry has made to Australia’s (and the world’s) social, economic and intellectual advancement over the past century as well as to look forward to the challenges and opportunities in the century ahead.
10 - 12 July
Otago Museum, Dunedin, New Zealand
The conference brings together members of the New Zealand physics research and teaching communities and provides an excellent forum for discussing physics education and physics research, and offers ample opportunities for networking. There will be a range of invited speakers with outstanding communication skills.
30 Apr - 1 May
Esplenade Hotel, Fremantle, Australia
ICOB will run a Gordon-style single-stream conference with break-out sessions and an emphasis on the participation of junior researchers, and poster-led discussions. There will be an associated exhibition to avail researchers with the chance to discuss the latest commercial technical developments. And there will be opportunities to consider entrepreneurship in Biophotonics.
6 - 10 Feb
Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia
AMAS is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of the knowledge of the science and practice of all microanalysis techniques useful for investigating the ultrastructure and function of materials in diverse areas of biological, materials, medical and physical sciences.
1 - 3 Feb
Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne, Australia
Talks across a range of microscopy techniques and applications, followed by a 3rd optional day of practical workshops.
31 Jan - 3 Feb
Auckland University of Technology (AUT), Auckland, New Zealand
The conference will cater for all forms of microscopy covering biological and materials science. Come and be inspired in a relaxed informal atmosphere and enjoy one of the most liveable cities in the world.
Swinburne University of Technology, Melbourne
The 5th conference of the Combined Australian Materials Societies; incorporating Materials Australia and the Australian Ceramic Society. Join Australia’s largest interdisciplinary technical meeting on the latest advances in materials science, engineering and technology.
One of the highlights on the Australian Institute of Physics' (AIP's) calendar is its biennial Congress, where physicists from all over Australia and overseas come together for a week-long program of plenary, keynote and contributed talks, social events, and the opportunity to network.
The Mantra Lorne, Lorne
The 36th Australiasian Polymer Symposium is a must attend event for anyone in the polymer community. 36APS is anticipated to attract around 250 academics, researchers, research students and industrial professionals from universities, research organizations and polymer industry in the polymer field in Australia, New Zealand and around the world; including the current world-leaders in polymer research.
The 23rd IUPAC Conference on Physical Organic Chemisty. Physical organic chemistry of this conference series is viewed as 'a broad church' encompassing not just the traditional physical organic areas of mechanism, reactivity and structure but extending into biology, materials science and systems chemistry.
7-11th February 2016
National Convention Centre, Canberra
The aim of the 2016 International Conference On Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2016) is to bring together Australian and International communities working in the field of nanoscale science and technology to discuss new and exciting advances in the field.
1-4th February 2016
Kioloa Coastal Campus, Kioloa
The ACSSSC provides postgraduate students working on colloid and surface science with an opportunity to present and discuss their research in an informal, supportive and friendly atmosphere. It is also an excellent opportunity for researchers and academics to exchange the latest updates in research in an informal atmosphere, and provides that all important scientific training for students.
7-9th December 2015
Woodward Conference Centre, Melbourne
These meetings bring together combustion scientists, engineers and technologists, especially young researchers, from academia and industry, and provide a forum for the presentation of a wide range of papers in all aspects of fundamental and applied combustion research.
IMARC International Mining and Resources Conference
10-12th November 2015
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, Melbourne
IMARC is Australia's only one-stop, truly international mining event. Over five days, you can connect with the entire mining industry. IMARC is where mining leaders, policy makers, financiers, technical experts, innovators and educators are all brought together under one roof.
TOPO 2015 International Workshop on Topological Structures in Ferroic Materials
19th-21st May 2015
University of New South Wales, Sydney
This workshop is intended to capture current research interests regarding interfaces, domains, domain walls, vortices and skyrmions in ferroics as an emerging field in solid state physics and materials science. We are looking forward to having you here in Sydney to present and discuss your latest work in this field.
AMAS XIII (13th Australian Microanalysis Symposium)
9-13th February 2015
University of Tasmania, Hobart
The aim of the Symposium is to provide a forum to discuss and share ideas on advances, trends and challenges in microanalysis and imaging, with an emphasis on practical solutions and applications.
ACIS 2015 (Australian Colloid and Interface Symposium)
1-5th February 2015
Hotel Grand Chancellor, Hobart
This international four-day conference (plus Sunday Welcome reception), will provide an excellent opportunity for international and local colloid, surface and interface scientists to meet and discuss recent developments in their areas of research.
MNZ 2015 (NZ Conference on microscopy)
2-4th February 2015
University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand
The Otago Centre for Electron Microscopy (OCEM) and the Otago Centre for Confocal Microscopy (OCCM) will host the 27th New Zealand Conference on Microscopy. The conference will take place over four days and will include workshops, seminars, displays from exhibitors, an exhibition and poster reception and Microscopy New Zealand's annual general meeting.
AMN-7 (Advanced Materials and Nanotechnology)
8-12th February 2015
Rutherford Hotel Nelson, Nelson, New Zealand
AMN Conferences focus on recent progress in advanced materials and nanotechnology. We welcome all contributions in these areas. Parallel session presentations will be clustered around the following central themes: Biological Interface, Engineered Nanosystems, Molecular Materials, Nanoscale Structures, Physical Phenomena. In addition, the programme will feature sessions focussed on the following topics: Organic Electronics, Graphene, Metal-organic Frameworks, Spintronics and Superconductivity.back to top
18th to 19th November 2014
Academy of Science, Shine Dome, Canberra, Australia
Innovation – the creation of new products and services – holds the key to a bright future for a healthy, prosperous Australia. We face global challenges including, energy, healthy ageing and security, but these are also global opportunities. Solutions to many of these challenges lie at the nanoscale. We are seeing a convergence of disciplines. As physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering come together new possibilities are opening up enabling the development of new technologies.
This year’s showcase is an opportunity for ANFF users to present innovative work carried out in ANFF facilities across the Nodes. The showcase demonstrates that ANFF is A Platform for Innovation.
28th September to 2nd October 2014
National Convention Centre, Canberra, Australia
ComBio2014 incorporates the annual meetings of:
- Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Australian Society of Plant Scientists
- Australia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental Biology
2nd February to 6th February 2014
Adelaide Convention Centre, Adelaide, Australia
The Australian Microscopy and Microanalysis Society, together with the Australian Nanotechnology Network, are pleased to present the 23rd Australian Conference on Microscopy and Microanalysis (ACMM23) and the International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2014), to be jointly held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, South Australia