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Rüdiger Voss is the next EPS President-elect

By David Lee. Published on 20 October 2016 in:
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The European Physical Society [EPS] is pleased to announce that Rüdiger Voss has been elected as the next EPS President-elect. He will take up office as the President of EPS in April 2017, when the term of the current President, Christophe Rossel comes to an end.

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Call for nomination of EPS president-elect

By David Lee. Published on 25 June 2015 in:
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A number of vacancies will arise on the European Physical Society [EPS] Executive Committee in 2016, including the position of President-elect. According to the EPS bylaws, a Selection Committee has been created to establish a list of candidates for the replacement of outgoing members, and for the President-elect.

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EPS Council 2014

By David Lee. Published on 26 May 2014 in:
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The Council of the European Physical Society met at the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy on 4-5 April 2014. Over the two day meeting, Council delegates listened to presentations summarising the activity of the EPS in 2013, as well as programmed activities in 2014 and beyond.

The highlights of EPS activity for 2013 are available in the Annual Report, which is available on the EPS website.

In particular, EPS Council elected the incoming members of the Executive Committee. The EPS would like to…

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Editorial – The road to Brussels

By Christophe Rossel. Published on 28 April 2014 in:
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Being elected in a new position is always a nice and enjoyable recognition, also for a scientist. Once the stress and uncertainty of the election are over, the candidate can concentrate on his new duty and prepare to face the coming challenges. The difference here with politicians is that he doesn’t need to manoeuvre during his term to please his electors or own party with empty promises motivated by his wish for re-election.
This being said, I feel really honoured and happy to serve the cause of the EPS in the coming years, first as President-elect and later as President. I would like to take this opportunity to thank…

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