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The Spike or Victoria College Review 1947

Maths. and Physics Society

page 41

Maths. and Physics Society

During the year the Club has endeavoured to carry on the policy laid down by previous executives, namely to provide lectures and discussions which will foster interest in the subjects of Mathematics and Physics. Lectures which have been so far delivered are as follows:—

Mr G. Eiby— 'Time and Frequency Measurements.'

Mr W. F. Kerr— 'Ships and their Magnetic Fields.'

Mr D. T. King— 'Pulses.'

Mr I. Dick— 'Biometrics in New Zealand.'

Mr N. Ryder— 'Industrial Electronics and its Future.'

A visit was made to the Dominion Physical Laboratory where we saw the way in which Physical and Mathematical knowledge and skilled engineering techniques are being applied in the solution of many problems of importance to industry in New Zealand. We hope to pay further visits to places of interest to the Society, and also intend to provide one or two instructional film evenings later in the year.