Executive and Staff activity for August 2014

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The EPS works to support its members. Find below the list of activities of the EPS Executive Committee and the staff for August 2014:

  • 10-12 August: John Dudley, EPS President, and Christophe Rossel, EPS President-elect, attended the International Conference of Physics Students in Heidelberg, Germany. They met with representatives of the International Association of Physics Students and the young DPG. They also met with Prof. E. Krubasik, President of the DPG and Prof. S. Bethke DPG international relations (MPI Munich) for exchange of views on EPS-SPG strategies.
  • 14 August : David Lee, EPS Secretary General attended the IAPS General Assembly.
  • 24-29 August: Ophélia Fornari, Patricia Helfenstein and Ahmed Ouarab, from the EPS Secretariat, attended the Europhoton 2014 conference in Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
  • 26 August: Christophe Rossel, EPS President-elect, to participate at APS Luncheon during CMD25-JMC14 conference and discuss EPS-APS initiatives. He was invited to a dinner organized by the SFP in honour of Prof. Golestanian, Oxford Univ., Holwek Prize winner 2014.
  • 27 August: Christophe Rossel, EPS President-elect together with Eoin O’Reilly, EPS CMD chair, handed the EPS CMD Europhysics Prize 2014 attributed to H.Y. Hwang, J. Mannhart and J.M. Triscone, at the CMD25-JMC14 conference.
  • 27-29 August: David Lee, EPS Secretary General attended the General Forum of the EU project, Horizons in Physics Education [HOPE] , in Helsinki, Finland.

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