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Divisions and Groups

The scientific activities of EPS are organised through Divisions and Groups. These include topical conferences, seminars and workshops. Divisions and Groups also :

- provide independent expertise and advice upon request
- act as peer reviewers and referees 

- propose, organise and support conferences in physics

- propose speakers for major EPS conferences
- serve on editorial boards of publications

- develop outreach activities for students and the general public

- support measures to help physicists in less favoured regions
- participate in, and profit from, EPS initiatives.

The Divisions and Groups are governed by boards elected from members. Some Divisions have Sections representing focussed interests.

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EPS Divisions
EPS Groups
EPS Sections

Who Can Join?

Individual Members (IMs) of EPS can join any number of EPS Divisions or Interdivisional Groups, either by choosing them in their profile, or informing the EPS secretariat.

How to join

Inform the EPS secretariat
Join a division or a group in my profile

Divisions


Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics Division see related sections
Condensed Matter Division see related sections
Physics Education Division
Environmental Physics Division
High Energy & Particle Physics Division
Nuclear Physics Division
Division of Physics in Life Sciences
Plasma Physics Division see related sections
Quantum Electronics & Optics Division
European Solar Physics Division
Statistical & Nonlinear Physics Division

Sections


Atomic, Molecular and Optical physics Division

European Group on Atomic Systems (EGAS)
Chemical & Molecular Physics Section
Electronic & Atomic Collisions Section

Condensed Matter Division
Liquids Section
Low Temperature Section
Macromolecular Physics Section
Magnetism Section
Semiconductors & Insulators Section
Structural and Dynamical Properties of Solids section
Surfaces & Interfaces Section

Plasma Physics Division
Beam Plasma and Inertial Fusion Section
Dusty and Low Temperature Section

Groups


Accelerator Group
Computational Physics Group
Energy Group
Experimental Physics Control Systems Group
History of Physics Group
Physics for Development Group
Technology and Innovation Group

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