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What’s new for 2016 from the EPS Conference Department?

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The European Physical Society has established 3 different formulas of conference managing for its Divisions and Groups, as follow:

  • Basic Option which includes the announcements of your conference through our network tools and the 1st step of abstract submission;
  • Improved Option which includes publicity/communication + management of the abstract submission & reviewing process + online registration management (could be an option inside the formula) + management of the EPS Prizes;
  • All Inclusive Option which includes Basic Option+Improved Option + creation of the website and its updating + design tools for all your conference material + auxiliary tasks (such as accommodation, exhibition, receptions, social events, sponsors) + finance management + EPS Staff on site during the event.

Advantages to use our service:

  • strong EPS communications channels with the physics community such as e-EPS distributed to over 33,000 members;
  • free announcements in EPN (printed version and on line version with over 28,000 visitors);
  • EPS publications such as EPN, EPL, EPJ;
  • available grants for young researchers and invited speakers;
  • customized budget based upon the expected number of participants;
  • personalized follow-up;
  • professional service

Our offers are reserved for EPS Divisions and Groups, and are more adapted to their specific needs compared with some on line management services. It is in the interest of EPS to promote physics and to help our divisions and groups to share their research.
For more information, please contact conferences [at] eps [dot] org.



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