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3rd Leadership Meeting of EPS Young Minds

By Ulrike Ritzmann. Published on 25 July 2014 in:
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In June 2014, representatives of the EPS Young Minds sections were invited to present and discuss their activities at the 3rd Young Minds Leadership Meeting. These activities range from colloquia presenting research in physics to visits of local industry to a variety of activities sharing the fascination for physics with the public.
EPS Young Minds was created in 2010 to connect young scientists around Europe and support them by training their communication and scientific skills. The goal is to give them the opportunity to organise various events and create a European wide network of young researchers. At present…

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ICPS 2014

By Matthias Zimmerman. Published on 24 January 2014 in:
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The International Conference of Physics Students [ICPS] is a conference organised by physics students for physics students. This annual conference, started in 1986, is the main event of the International Association of Physics Students [IAPS].
ICPS brings together around 450 young researchers from all over the world for a week of learning and exchange. They discuss scientific topics and share information on studying and living in different countries. For many participants it is the first opportunity to present their research to an international audience. As a conference mainly intended…

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Young Minds: connecting to the next gen

By Armand Niederberger. Published on 28 June 2012 in:
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European Physical Society [EPS] Young Minds connects working scientists, divisions and groups with young, proactive scientists from across the globe. In this way, the scientific, outreach and networking activities of EPS members and member societies can be energised and expanded. The EPS Young Minds encourages individuals and organisations to reach out to the next generation and to talk to us – just as the International Association of Physics Students and the junge DPG have already done…

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