Physics in the Pub – Call for presenters.
A year cooped up reading papers and doing theory… it’s time to come back to the pub! Physics in the Pub is on again, so come and share your latest research, coolest demo or weirdest lockdown discovery.
You have eight minutes in front of a friendly audience to get creative. A story, a comedy routine or just a well-crafted powerpoint show, it’s up to you. All types of physics welcome.
Sponsored by the AIP, ACT Branch.
When: Mid May
Where: Smiths Alternative,
How Much: Free thanks to the Australian Institute of Physics (ACT)
Registration is obligatory:
The Fine Print
* Acts are limited to strictly eight minutes.
* Available resources at the venue: powerpoint/keynote/PDF viewer, screen, mac, microphone/stand, PA sound system, dimmable lights.
* Participants need to inform us of their requirements for AV, sound, tables, power, etc before the night.
* Presentations are displayed from laptop provided only, to prevent AV hiccups. We’ll assist with downloading material and testing in advance.
* If you commit to presenting, you have committed to presenting. Excepting serious illness, death or alien abduction, if you pull out you owe Phil a coffee and a seriously nice pastry.
* There are limited slots available on the night: we will do our best to include as many participants as possible, selection will be based on showcasing a range of performances and experience.
*There will be limited help available for setup and packup, for heavy or complicated equipment so please BYO roadies.
* There will be photos and videos taken on the night – let me know if you do not want these shared on social media or used for future promotional purposes
* Participants must ensure that the stage is clean and tidy for the next participant.
* Remind Phil to buy you a drink on the night!
Local physicists sharing their research, from the smallest quantum particle up to the biggest questions about the cosmos
Come and grab a refreshing beverage and a snack and find out about the latest findings on black holes, quantum computers or gravitational waves, in the relaxed atmosphere of Smiths Alternative.
Tue May 18
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm