PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS ROADSHOWS
Physics Without Frontiers Roadshows are organised in a host country to promote research in physics or mathematics lacking in the host country. The Roadshows are organised by small working groups of PhD and postdoctoral researchers passionate about promoting physics in their home country.
The goals of the Physics Without Frontiers Roadshows are to:
The Roadshow is centred around visiting physics or mathematics departments throughout a host country and exposing students to cutting-edge research they would not otherwise have access to through a masterclass day. These often include:
The Roadshow also includes outreach activities, such as events to engage the public, media and policy makers and raise public awareness about the importance of investing in physics and mathematics education and research; and outreach activities in schools and children centres to engage and excite young people with physics and mathematics.
Topics may include: High energy physics, cosmology, astroparticle physics, condensed matter physics, statistical physics, earth system physics, and mathematics. Other topics will be considered.
A working group consist primarily of young researchers (PhD or postdoc) orginally from the host country, either working there or internationally, who are passionate to promote their field in their home country.
PWF invites working groups that are interested in organising a Physics Without Frontiers Roadshow program, to apply here.
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