European Physical Society (EPS)
Société européenne de physique
1968-09-26 Geneva Switzerland
26 Sep 1968, Geneva (Switzerland). Constitution revised; latest amendments date from 28 Mar 1998. EU Transparency Register: 32601792674-69.
Contribute to and encourage the advancement of physics in Europe and its neighbouring countries; foster high standards in physics research.
Events2021-07-21 | Hamburg, Germany – International Conference on High Energy Physics
2020-07-19 | Shanghai, China – Biennial International Conference on Ultrafast Phenomena
2020-07-15 | Paris, France – ESCAMPIG : European Conference on Atomic and Molecular Physics of Ionized Gases
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General Meeting (every 3 years); Council (meets annually); Executive Committee. Secretariat: Mulhouse (France). Committees. Divisions: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, including E-XD8362 - European Group on Atomic Systems (EGAS); Condensed Matter; Physics Education; Environmental Physics; High Energy and Particle Physics; Nuclear Physics; Physics in Life Sciences; Plasma Physics; Quantum Electronics and Optics, including D-XD3320 - European Optical Society (EOS); European Solar Physics; Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
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