Associate Members represent cutting edge physics research in European research centres and in industry.
The European Physical Society was founded in Geneva on 26 September, 1968 to contribute to and promote the advancement of physics in Europe, by providing a forum for discussion of subjects of common interest. Associate Members contribute to the development of EPS activities and policy.
Representation at the General Meeting
Representation on EPS Council
Representation on the EPS Executive Committee
Reduced Individual Membership fees for staff members
Participation in the EPS Actvities
How to become an EPS Associate Member
Associate Membership is open to European research centres and institutions, universities, industrial partners, publishers, and indeed any organisation supporting physics.
Applications are reviewed by the Executive Committee. The minimum membership fee for Associate Membership is Euro 1200.-
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Download the form to become an Associate Member.
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