As a national physical society, and member of the European Physical Society, our goal is to promote physics and support physicists. For this purpose, we organise a range of activities and membership benefits.
On these pages you will find information about membership, and about the BPS general meeting. Also archived issued of B-Phy, our electronic magazine, can be downloaded, and there is a job section for those of you seeking employment.
Leden van VeLeWe kunnen gratis lid worden van BPS. Dit door zich aan te melden op de website van BPS (zie : https://www.belgianphysicalsociety.be/users/signup).
VeLeWe kan beroep doen op de expertise van leden van BPS (academici, industriÃ«len, â¦) om lezingen en/of workshops te geven.
Leden van VeLeWe, die lid zijn geworden van BPS, kunnen gratis de symposia van BPS bijwonen en kunnen interessante informatie vinden op de website van BPS.
Leden van VeLeWe, die lid zijn geworden van BPS, kunnen gratis deelnemen aan de General Scientific Meeting, die dit jaar plaatsvindt op woensdag 22/05 op de campus van de ULB. Gedetailleerde informatie zal tegen eind januari beschikbaar zijn op onzde website. In de namiddag houden we steeds een sessie âPhysics and Educationâ (duur :2 -3 uur) met de bedoeling aan leraars fysica informatie te bezorgen over moderne topics in de fysica, experimenten voor de k...
November 30th 2018
Palace of the Academies, Brussels
Symposium led by Walter Van Doninck - former Vice President of the CERN Council and Thinker-in-Residence at the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts (KVAB).
CERN is a role model for international scientific research in Europe and beyond. This symposium will offer both a general introduction to CERN as well as a Belgian and Flemish perspective. What is the legacy of CERN for mankind? What is its scientific and industrial return for Belgium? What discoveries and technological improvements await in the future? National and international scientists reflect during the symposium resulting from the KVAB Thinkers' Programme "Flanders, Belgium and CERN" with Walter Van Doninck.
Participation is free of charge but please register in advance for this full day symposium that includes coffee breaks, lunch and reception.
This is the first announcement for the 2019 Colloquium on
Quantum Information: the second Quantum revolution?
organised by the Belgian National Committee for Pure and Applied Physics (https://sites.google.com/site/physbel).
Please mark the date and venue in your agenda: March 30, 2019 at the Royal Academy.
âQuantum Sense and Nonsenseâ by Jean Bricmont
Available as e-Book or softcover
Quantum Sense and Nonsense goes into the meaning of quantum physics in considerable depth â¦ . If you want to get a distinctly different picture of quantum physics and an understanding of why, even after 80-90 years, physicists may be happy with the results of the calculations â¦ .
Topics like determinism, the ârole of the observerâ and nonlocality are dealt with in didactic and accessible way to all, with a minimum of mathematics.
Highly recommended to students, teachers and everybody interested in a cornerstone of modern physics.
Excerpt from the Preface:
"There are many mysteries in contemporary physics, and some of them have been around for almost a century: What does quantum mechanics mean? What does it say about the world and about our place in it?
Those mysteries have been used ...