Along with the Worldwide Grant, there is another opportunity for attending the ICPS for free while developing your scientific work skills: the jIAPS Article Contest.
The contest is a great opportunity to write about any Physics-related topic you like and have your article published in jIAPS, the IAPS journal!
To apply for the contest, send your article to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can apply until 23:59 GMT, 28th February, so start writing as soon as possible!
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The journal of IAPS, jIAPS, is the annual publication of the International Association of Physics Students, containing scientific articles, IAPS event reports and news from our members!
The journal, and all its promotion, is run and organised by an editor, and that person could be you!
The Call for the jIAPS 2019 Editor is now open! If you are interested in working and developing this publication, you have until the 14th of November to send to email@example.com your CV, a letter of motivation and any statement about your ideas, projects and vision for jIAPS you may have!
Find out more here!
This year’s edition of jIAPS, the journal of the International Association of Physics Students, is now available.
It contains events reports from our members. If a scientific trip to another country seems appealing, read these to see in-depth descriptions of what the events were like by the participants themselves. The majority are set to be re-held again this academic year. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on a specific event.
The next part of the contents are introductions from our new members. We had articles from 6 new members this year, from the Hellenic Society of NC Greece to Local Committee SPHERE in the Philippines and WINAK of LC Antwerp. These are useful to read to see how physics societies around the world handle becoming IAPS members and for info on their unique structure and events. If you are interested in becoming an IAPS member by forming either a National or Local committee, you can contact email@example.com for advice and guidance.
The second part of jIAPS is the scientific articles. Every year we hold an article contest to give students practice of writing scientific articles based on their current research or science interests. This is open to all levels of study and the first prize is a free trip to our conference, ICPS.
I would like to give a special thanks to our Editor-in-Chief Ewelina Nowak for doing such an excellent job of compiling this year’s jIAPS and for all of her hard work. I would also like to thank the editors (Augustin Orešković and James Kneller) for their contribution. If you would like to be on the editorial team of next year’s edition, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
So please do enjoy the attached jIAPS article!
The new edition of the Journal of IAPS (jIAPS) is now online. Read all about member initiative, IAPS, and science!
Don’t miss out on the opportunity of winning the participation fee for this year’s International Conference of Physics Students! If there’s a physics idea you’d like to share with your colleagues from all around the world, you have a chance to get it published in the journal of the IAPS (jIAPS) – the best article will win the full ICPS2016 participation fee and a place in history!
We will be receiving articles until 25 June 2016.
Find more information here.
Note that you are also very much welcome to send us your article if you don’t want to participate in the contest.