The meeting will be hosted by the School of Physics, University of Melbourne, and delivered virtually online for those that cannot attend in person. The organising committee is looking forward to putting together an exciting program that will include a plenary session from Professor Warwick Bowen from the University of Queensland, who will talk about his recently developed quantum microscope that can see the impossible, invited international and national lectures, several talks selected from abstract submissions.
More details to follow regarding the conference program and registration.
ASB 2021 Program Committee
ASB 2021 Local Organising Committee
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