Antarctic Ice Physics
2.30pm – 3.30pm, Free
When you think of science in Antarctica, you probably think of sea ice calculations and marine mammal biology, but did you know Antarctica is also an incredible place to study the universe, the Sherlock Holmes of Neutrinos and Space Weather? Come and listen to two scientists explain why Antarctica holds a special place in the heart of astrophysicists as they discuss their fascinating projects on ice; Ice Cube – the Neutrino Detection Project and AARDVARK, the space weather project.
Professor Craig Rodger – Otago University
Associate Professor Jenni Adams – University of Canterbury
MC: Lydia McLean - University of Otago