The Physics Without Frontiers program is expanding and we encourage motivated scientists to be part of our programs!
We are currently accepting applications for projects. If you are interested in getting involved or making an application please first contact Bobby Acharya and Kate Shaw at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS UNIVERSITY COURSES
Are you a faculty member at a university in a developing country and would like to request a course for your department that you are currently unable to offer? This can be any undergraduate or masters course in physics or mathematics, for more information read more here.
The call for applications is open. APPLY HERE to partner with Physics Without Frontiers and request a course.
Eligibility: This call is open to physicists and mathematicians who are faculty members in universities in developing countries.
Deadlines: For courses to be delivered during the 2017-18 academic year, the closing date for applications is 1st May 2017.
Application process: You will be asked to fill in the standard ICTP profile form. Then you will be asked to provide information to apply for the course. We strongly advise you to contact us first before making the application.
If you are a lecturer or postdoc interested in teaching a course or getting involved please contact us.
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS ROADSHOW PROGRAMS
Are you a PhD student or postdoc from a developing country and passionate to promote your research field in your home country? Or just eager to get involved? Contact us at email@example.com to discuss your ideas and we will help you form a group to run a roadshow program. You can then apply here.
The call for applications is open. APPLY HERE to organise a Physics Without Frontiers Roadshow.
Eligibility: This call is open to applications from working groups, which ideally consists of 3-7 scientists, not all of whom are required to particpate in the roadshow itself, but play other roles. The members of the working group should be primarily young researcher (PhD or postdoc) orginally from the host country, either working there or internationally, and who are passionate to promote their field in their home country. The group may contain non-nationals of the host country.
The group must visit a number of universities in the host country proving, for example, masterclasses, seminars, training sessions or public talks, and organise outreach events for high school students and for the public.
Deadlines: For masterclass programs to be delivered during the 2017-18 academic year, the closing date for applications is 1st May 2017.
Application process: One person from the group should submit the application of the groups behalf. The applicant will be asked to fill in the standard ICTP profile form. Then you will be asked to provide information to apply for the roadshow. We strongly advise you to contact us first before making the application.
Contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org