Registrations for the International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS) 2020 in Puebla have opened a second round which is open until February 29th!
If you missed the first round in December, you have an opportunity to sign up for this awesome conference in Puebla, Mexico, where Science, Culture and social activities with hundreds of your fellow Physics students will make for a week of fun, learning and establishing contacts and friendships across the world!
The ICPS 2019 Organising Committee (OC) has announced two opportunities for financial support in ICPS 2019 attendance.
The Bonn Cologne Graduate School of Physics and Astronomy (BCGS) is supporting five Travel Grants, by reimbursement, of up to 400€ to cover conference fee and travel costs for students from Europe presenting a scientific contribution at ICPS.
The Dr. Karl Mey Scholarships, established by the DPG to promote young scientist from Central and Eastern Europe, are supporting with up to 600€ for conference fee and travels costs up to six ICPS participants from Central and Eastern European countries presenting a scientific contribution at ICPS.
To find out how to apply and to check if you can apply, read instructions here!
Registrations for the International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS) 2019 have opened in a second round from April 1st to the 15th.
If you missed the first round in February, you have an opportunity to sign up for this awesome conference in Cologne, Germany, where Science, Culture and social activities with hundreds of your fellow Physics students will make for a week of fun, learning and establishing contacts and friendships across the world!
In this round, the Organising Committee has launched an exciting Poster Challenge. Read about how to participate here!
Check out all the ICPS 2019 information here and register through the Member Network!
On February 1st, registrations for ICPS 2019 officially opened! This first call of registrations extends to February 28th!
The International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS) is the biggest IAPS event, that, every year, joins hundreds of Physics students affiliated with IAPS to participate in an extensive and broad programme of awesome scientific, cultural and social activities.
We would like to congratulate Anna Fava for winning the jIAPS article contest 2014 with her article – “The quest for a unified theory: why quantum gravity still proves to be elusive to modern day physicists”
On August 15, the 28th International Conference of Physics Students ICPS 2013 opened!
This year it is hosted by Heriot-Watt University here in Edinburgh, Scotland. It’s the second ICPS to ever take place in the United Kingdom. Some 270 participants have already had a chance to explore the Scotland’s capital during it’s Fringe Festival and dance at a real Scottish Ceilidh.
Just tomorrow, on August 18, the Annual General Meeting of IAPS will take place and we will learn the new Executive Committee and the location of ICPS 2015!