Physics Without Frontiers: Volunteer Network
Physics Without Frontiers achieves its aims through the passion and hard work of its network of volunteer scientists who organise projects, mentor students, support departments and provide international connections and collaboration.
Our volunteer scientists are experts in their respective research fields. They may be lecturers in universities in developing countries, lecturers, postdocs and graduate students originally from developing countries working abroad, along with scientists from non-developing countries and ICTP scientists.
Each year we make a call for applications from scientists who are interested to volunteer to organise projects, many alumni of the programmes also become volunteers for future projects!
If you are interested to volunteer but do not have a project in mind or collaborators, you can email us with your CV including a brief paragraph detailing:
- Why you would like to volunteer for PWF, and if you are interested in working with a specific country.
- Specific information on courses or training you have delivered, or schools or other activities you have organised, and what topics, activities or courses you are interested in delivering.