Latest Past Events

ACAMAR Meeting on Astroparticle Physics, 22-24 June 2022


Astroparticle physics is a rapidly emerging field at the intersection of particle physics and astrophysics. China and Australia are both key players in this field, with involvements in a number of world-leading facilities, and host to major theoretical activities. This workshop in particular looked at the nature of dark matter, other 'cosmic relics' and studies of high-energy particles and their origins.

2022 Australian/eROSITA_DE Joint Collaboration Workshop


  The 2nd Australian/eROSITA_DE Joint Collaboration Workshop will be hosted virtually from 21-23rd February 2022. At the end of 2022, the eROSITA (extended Roentgen Survey with an Imaging Telescope Array) instrument onboard Spectrum-Roentgen-Gamma satellite completed its fourth (out of eight) survey of the full sky at X-ray wavelengths. At the mission completion, eROSITA will have performed […]

Australian LSST Workshop 2021


AAL was proud to host the 2021 Australian LSST Workshop, held online on Monday 13 Dec 2021 from noon-5pm AEDT (9am-2pm AWST).

Australian Science Lead for the Rubin Observatory’s Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST), Prof. Sarah Brough, provided an update on our in-kind contributions and funding to secure LSST data access rights for 47 Australian PIs (and a further 188 Junior Associates). After that, we heard from presenters on recent work relating to the LSST or the various LSST Science Collaborations, and discussed how we can all help build a better [email protected] community for everybody.