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Welcome to Adelaide and the 2019 Asian Physics Olympiad.

It is my great pleasure and honour to welcome you here, and for Australia to be the host to such a prestigious Olympiad event for the first time ever.

We look forward to sharing with you our rich cultural heritage and world-class scientific research facilities against the backdrop of South Australia’s vibrant capital city of Adelaide.

APhO 2019 will bring physics students together at an exciting time, where scientific discoveries are truly international endeavours, and new discoveries have no geographical boundaries.

This event presents unique opportunities for you to establish international friendships and future scientific collaborations, so I encourage you to make the most of every opportunity this unique event brings your way.

I wish you every success during APhO 2019 and beyond.

The Hon. Karen Andrews MP
Minister for Industry, Science and Technology

APHO 2019 WILL BRING PHYSICS STUDENTS TOGETHER AT AN EXCITING TIME, WHERE SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERIES ARE TRULY INTERNATIONAL ENDEAVOURS, AND NEW DISCOVERIES HAVE NO GEOGRAPHICAL BOUNDARIES.

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Apr
15
Monday

Media release: Teenage Olympians to represent Australia at the Asian Physics Olympiad

Australia gears up to host Asia’s toughest physics competition for the first time Team announcement at Australian Academy of Science, Canberra, 15 April 2019 (Pictured L-R: Simon Yung, Alexander Lin, William Sutherland, Rosemary Zielinski, ASI Patron Professor Ian Chubb AC, Jessie Lum, Min-Je Hwang, Benjamin Davison-Petch, Stephen Catsamas) Eight of Australia’s top performing student physicists […]

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