Founder's Day, Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU, Canberra 16.10.2015

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At the Founder's Day the Research School of Physics and Engineering

Art and physics exhibition.

Art and physics exhibition.

Art and physics exhibition.

The school director's talk. So many people listened to Tim's talk.

Mohammad's very interesting talk about "What do footprints on wet sand have to do with building robotic grippers?"

Anatoli explained the "Atto-clock mystery: How long does it take an electron to tunnel?" Big topic!

Christine gave a great talk about "Nano-satellites for mega-scale experimental physics". Btw, these naono-satellites have a standard size of 10x10x10cn^3.

Alexander talking about "Quantum optics on a nonlinear chip".

Toni explained the nuclear synthesis of heavy elements: "Supernovae near Earth - mapped through interstellar Fe-60".

Greg talked about "Practical nuclear physics from kindergarden to postgraduate". Regarding the question: The answer is clearly "no".

John talked about nuclear fusion and the great contributions of the department: "Australian Fusion - with an eye to ITER".
Founder's Day, Research School of Physics and Engineering, ANU, Canberra 16.10.2015
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