EPS Executive and Staff activity for July 2015

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The EPS works to support its members. Find below the list of activities of the EPS Executive Committee and staff for July 2015:

1 July: John Dudley, EPS vice-president, represented EPS and IYL2015 at a meeting during ICMAT 2015 in Singapore hosted by IYL2015 Founding Partner IEEE Photonics Society on potential IYL follow-up actions.

2-3 July: Christophe Rossel, EPS president, visited the EPS Secretariat to meet the EPS staff, delivered a plenary talk on nano-science and -technology to the PhD students of the Ecole Doctorale of the Université de Haute Alsace [UHA] in Mulhouse and presented the EPS prizes to the 3 best PhD presentations.

3 July: Christophe Rossel and David Lee, EPS secretary general, attended a committee meeting at KIT in Karlsruhe (DE) on the future planning of the Energy Science and Technology [EST] Conferences at the Karlsruhe Congress Centre.

7 July: Kees van der Beek, chair of the EPS Condensed Matter Division, met with the EPS team in Mulhouse to discuss the division’s needs.

7 July: Marian Reiffers, member of the EPS Executive Committee, met with Marc Kunzmann – representative salesman of QUANTUM DESIGN – Lot Oriel during international conference on magnetism ICM 2015 in Barcelona, Spain. Discussions were held on the possibility of sponsorship.

16 July: In San Sebastian [ES] Christophe Rossel met with Pedro Miguel Echenique, president, and Ricardo Diez Muiño, director of the Donostia International Physics Center Foundation [DIPC] and visited also the nanoscience cooperative research center [CIC nanoGUNE] in the company of Giorgio Benedek, EPL editor-in-chief.

20-21 July: Angela Bracco, member of the EPS Executive Committee, chaired a session and gave concluding remarks on behalf of EPS at the Celebration Symposium “Light & Life” at villa Monastero in Varenna, organized jointly by the Italian Physical Society [SIF], the Italian Astronomical Society [SAIt], the Italian Society of Optics and Photonics [SIOF] and the Italian Synchrotron Radiation Society [SILS].

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