The 2020 Editor team:
Sophie Abrahams, Editor-in-Chief of jIAPS
I study natural sciences at the University of York, UK, where I am specialising in physics. I am most passionate about astrophysics and my favourite moon is Enceladus. When I am not at university I enjoy swing dancing and music, and dabble in growing succulents. I aspire to work in science communications and make physics even more accessible to the public.
Aditya Sengupta, Co-Editor of jIAPS
I am a physics major currently pursuing my bachelor’s at Amity University, Noida, in India. My interest is mainly in experimental physics and also in the study of dynamical systems. I love classical music, abstract art, and chess. My idol and inspiration is Richard Feynman and I aim to contribute to science and make the world a better place.
Subhash Sharma, Co-Editor of jIAPS
I have a master’s degree in physics from Tribhuvan University, Kathmandu, Nepal, and am looking to enroll in a PhD program. Besides my academic degree, I aspire to build scientific communities for the betterment of society. I am working towards this goal by involvement in the development of scientific events and outreach programs. I am motivated to work with scientific thinkers around the world for the good of mankind.
The call for the jIAPS Editors for 2021 edition will open in autumn 2020.
If you are interested in running for the jIAPS editor or for volunteering to be a part of IAPS’s PR subbie in general, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a letter of motivation (a page), brief statement about your vision and aims as jIAPS Editor, and a copy of your CV (2 pages). If you would like more info on what it’s like to be involved in the workings of IAPS please email as well.