After two months of hardwork, the problems IPT 2018 are out!All details about 4th IRPT are in farsi page.
Our Ec members are combined wit two members from AYIMI andour partners:
11th PYPT is according to our new rules . All who are going to take part should send two solved problems selected from 17 IYPT problems. Those problems with complete approach and procedures , experiments and results are eligible to be in the list of PYPT 2018 . Then participants will be invited to present their problems according to the schedule . The best 30 participants will compete with each other according to IYPT regulations . The best participant will be awarded as scholarship to take part in IYPT 2018. All details in Farsi page.
The International Conference on Women in Physics (ICWIP) is a unique triannual event that brings together women and men in physics from all over the world to discuss the latest research in physics as well as gender and diversity issues in the physics community.The proportion of women in physics remains low (typically 20%) all around the world. Recognizing this issue, the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) has tasked its Working Group on Women in Physics to organize the ICWIP conferences in order to build a more inclusive physics community. The 6th ICWIP conference was hosted by IUPAP and IOP at the University of Birmingham, UK.
Dr. Igle Gledhill, Chair of the International Organizing Committee, welcomed delegates to the conference, reminding the participants that women’s voices are critically important now more than ever, and urging everyone to ‘keep thinking while it is still legal’.Representatives from each country presented a brief summary and a poster on the current status of women in physics in their country. Delegates also attended interactive workshops on education, gender studies, professional development, cultural bias and workplace improvement.One of the highlights of the conference was an inspiring and informative lecture by Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, who was awarded the President’s Medal of the Institute of Physics. She spoke of her painstaking analysis of more than 5km of pages of telescope observations that led her to discover the first pulsars.