AIP Physics Photo & Video Contests

AIP Physics Photo & Video Contests

This is your chance to express your creativity, your love of physics and share in a prize pool of $1000.

Physics Photo Contest

Applications close 17th September 2010

The Physics Photo Contest is administered by the Australian Institute of Physics (Victorian Branch) Education Committee and is open to all students in Victorian schools. The photos should involve everyday situations that may demonstrate a variety of physics concepts or a set up to show a particular physics concept or related set of concepts. Photos can be natural or staged and use multiple photography techniques including time lapse. 

Competition guidelines:
- The entrant must take the photo.
- Only one entrant per photo. 
- The photo must be accompanied by a statement of 250 words or less describing the physics in the photo and must be written by the entrant.
- Entrants may submit more than one photo, however each entrant can receive only one prize.
- Limit of 10 entries per school.
- Prize pool $1000.

Visit the AIP website for more details, contest rules, entry agreement, and previous winners.

Physics Video Contest

Applications close 31st October 2010

The Physics Photo Contest is administered by the Australian Institute of Physics (Victorian Branch) Education Committee and is open to all students and teachers in Victorian schools. There are separate categories for students and teachers. The photos should demonstrate physics in action. Photos can be natural or staged and use multiple photography techniques including time lapse. 

Competition guidelines:
- Open to students and teachers.
- Videos must be in MP4 or Quicktime format.
- The video may not be longer than three minutes in length.
- Limit of 10 entries per school.
- Prize pool of $1000 for each category.

Visit the AIP website for more details, contest rules, entry agreement, and previous winners.