3-8 July 2016
The University of Melbourne
Australia/Melbourne timezone

Social Events and Public Lecture

Registration and Welcome Reception

Sunday 3rd July, 
Sidney Myer Asia Centre 

Registration - 5.00PM to 7.00PM, Sidney Myer Asia Centre Foyer

Welcome Reception - A welcome reception at the Asia Centre for all SUSY attendees will be held in the Yasuko Hiraoka Myer Room, 1st Floor, Sidney Myer Asia Centre.


Public Lecture

Wednesday 6th July, 6.30PM

“The Dark Frontier” by Prof John Ellis. Carillo Gantner Theatre, Sidney Myer Asia Centre


Conference Dinner

Thursday 7th July, time 7.00PM

A conference dinner will be held at Zinc Restaurant, Federation Square. The cost of the dinner is included in the registration fee.


Excursions

Wednesday 6th July, 12:30 pm onwards

A half-day for self-organized excursions in Melbourne and the Melbourne area is built into the conference programme, and information on sightseeing and other possible activities will be provided. The Visit Melbourne page also has some great ideas for things to do while here.

A chat room has been set up to facilitate the coordination of excursions between participants and can be found in the Chat Rooms tab.

The City is a vibrant and easily navigated area containing a vast array of cultural, entertainment, commercial, residential, and transportation facilities.  There is a large Chinatown area dating back to the 19th century, as well as a smaller “little Greece”, and a maze of charming 19th century alleyways and covered shopping arcades, as well as modern skyscrapers with viewing platforms and beautiful parks and gardens.  Across the Yarra River from the City lies the burgeoning Southbank and South Wharf precincts, and to the west one finds Docklands; these areas are essentially extensions of the City and feature similar infrastructure.  Southbank, through the Arts Centre, houses the cultural hub of Melbourne, as well as the Crown Casino entertainment precinct, while South Wharf is of historical interest for high-energy physics as the venue for ICHEP 2012 and the joint announcement with CERN of the Higgs discovery. Group excursions can be booked through the Melbourne Visitor Centre, which is a short tram-ride away from the university campus. Possibilities include various city tours, the Yarra Valley wine country, or the famous “penguin parade” and kangaroo feeding on Phillip Island.

Your browser is out of date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now

×