The ICTP Physics Without Frontiers program works to inspire, train and motivate physics and mathematics university students in developing countries to help build the next generation of scientists. Each project is unique, developed with the country's specific needs in mind. We are currently accepting applications.
Projects are organised by PhD students, postdoctoral reseachers and lecturers, passionate to promote physics and mathematics in developing countries. If you are interested in getting involved contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The program includes:
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS UNIVERSITY COURSES: Physics Without Frontiers partners with physics and mathematics departments that are unable to teach specific courses due to a lack of resources. Faculty members at universities are invited to request courses. More information can be found here.
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS ROADSHOWS: Roadshows are organised by groups of young reseachers, passionate about advocating their research field back in their home country. The roadshow centres around intensive 'masterclasses' in universities across the host country, in addition to numerous outreach and public events. Working groups are invited to submit an application for their project. More information can be found here.
If you are a lecturer or postdoc interested in teaching a course or getting involved please contact us.
The program is coordinated by Professor Bobby Acharya and Dr Kate Shaw.
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