In an ambitious three-day conference program, researchers from across Australian universities will gather to discuss new and ongoing examinations of the universe and our understanding of it.
With a collective goal to unlock the mysteries of the universe and share the wonder of astronomy with the broad community, the 2021 conference offers a wide range of topics.
This year, seven researchers from the School of Physics at UNSW will present papers, including:
- UNSW Associate Professor and astronomer - Kim – Vy Tran – Galaxy Evolution Project Overview
- UNSW Associate Professor and astronomer - Sarah Martell – “What can we learn from lithium-rich giants in GALAH?”
- UNSW Researcher and Astronomer - Jeffrey Simpson – “The Milky Way is not special: accreted stars also inhabit the Spite Plateau”
- UNSW Physics PhD - Giulia Santucci – “Internal mass distributions and orbital structures of SAMI passive galaxies”
- UNSW Physics PhD - Kirsten Banks – “Mapping Stellar Interiors with Spectroscopy”
- UNSW Physics PhD - Anishya Harshan – “The Beginning of the End for Massive Galaxies at z~2 and Why Environment Matters”
- UNSW Physics Postdoctoral Associate and Astronomer - Cristina Martinez-Lombilla – “Unveiling the mass assembly history of GAMA galaxy groups by the study of their intra-group light”
The ASTRO3D Science Conference is an important event for the ASTRO3D Centre of Excellence, supported by the Australian Federal Government for seven years and $40 Million.
To register - Astro3D. (Scroll to bottom of page for registration link.)