UPDATE: SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENSION
Need a bit more time? Thinking about attending?
Submissions for conference abstracts and workshop proposals are being accepted through 14 April 2021.
For those wishing to facilitate a workshop please be aware that the requested abstract is simply a short description of the workshop in ~2-4 sentences. We are happy to update the workshop description after submission and acceptance. Any questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
To make a submission or for more information go to the Call for Papers page on the event website nzip2021.org.
A big thank you to those who have already submitted. Due to the fall of the holidays, and in recognition of a particularly busy time for educators, some additional time allowance is being offered to ensure strong representation from all physics fields.
For those who are wondering whether this is the conference for them – we are planning on having conference offerings across a range of important educational areas such as pedagogy, review of achievement standards, matauranga Maori to name just a few.
The early-bird conference registration deadline is 31 May and acceptances are to be issued by 30 April.
Educators can visit the PPTA Grant to attend subject association conferences page for more information about applying for a grant of up to $700 per year. The page includes a link to complete a pre-approval form for support to attend this conference.
COVID Precautions: NZIP is committed to holding its biennial conference this year as a key deliverable to its members. You can have confidence in registering for our conference. If COVID causes a disruption to the live, in person conference planned for 12-14 July in Wellington, NZIP will not seek to postpone or cancel. Instead, we will adapt the event into an alternative format on the same dates, or as close to same dates as possible, to ensure the physics community has this important opportunity to share and exchange knowledge.
Sent on behalf of:
Kerry South | Conference Manager
Conferences & Events Ltd
On behalf of the NZIP & PHYSIKOS 2021 Conference
New Programme Additions
We are pleased to be adding two new inclusions to the 2021 programme!
“Capital Physicists – science from across Wellington”
A special session featuring local physicists including Andrea Bubendorfer (Callaghan Innovation), Natalie Robinson (NIWA), Jerome Leveneur (GNS Science) and Iman Soltanzadeh (MetService).
Physics in action!
An offsite visit to Gracefield Innovation Quarter to see the Measurement Standards Laboratory, Callaghan Innovation and the Robinson Institute will be integrated into the programme on day two. The trip will include afternoon kai, lab visits across the site and a debate (transport provided).
Registration is now open!
Early bird deadline 31 May
Join us for:
- Three days of sharing knowledge, networking and celebrating physics
- An exciting line-up of speakers, with a diverse range of topics and expertise from throughout New Zealand
- Plenty of social events (all included in your registration fee)
- A special session on “Capital Physicists – science from across Wellington”
- A public lecture spotlighting two keynote speakers at the end of day one
- Plus an offsite trip and reception brought to you courtesy of Event Partner MSL
See the Registration page on the event website nzip2021.org
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DATES: 12-14 July 2021
LOCATION: Queen Margaret College, Thorndon, Wellington
ABOUT: A biennial conference for professional physicists and physics teachers
Convenor & NZIP President Natalie Plank (VUW)
Simon Granville (VUW)
Annette Koo (MSL)
David Housden (St Bernard’s College)
Kerry South & Claudette van der Westhuizen (Conferences & Events)