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.
The Antwerp Young Minds section is announcing the next Departmental Physics Colloquium. On Tuesday, March 7, 2017, Prof. dr. Jean Dalibard from CollÃ¨ge de France and Laboratoire Kastler Brossel will present a talk entitled "Topology in atomic Flatland", on work closely related to the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physics.
1) FULL-TIME ACADEMIC POSITION in Experimental Condensed Matter at the Physics Department
More info at: http://wwwdev.ulb.ac.be/greffe/files/5405.pdf
Deadline for the applications: 20.02.2017
2) Logisticien de recherche (CDI, niveau Dr.) at the Physics Department
- half-time within the Particle Physics Department: digital electronics and data acquisition
- half-time support at the General Bachelor Laboratory of the Physics Department
Deadline for the applications: 22.2.2017
More info at: http://wwwdev.ulb.ac.be/greffe/files/5491.pdf
Every year the Belgian Physical Society honours three outstanding master theses with a âbest master thesis prizeâ.
The prize certificates are presented at the annual scientific meeting of the Belgian Physical society, which in 2017 will be held at the UMons on Wednesday May 17th.
We hereby invite all physics masters who completed their thesis to apply for this prize. To participate, submit an electronic copy of your thesis, along with a short CV, a short summary, and the filled form (to be downloaded here), to jodogne-at-meteo.be. Deadline for submission of your documents is 8th January 2017. The regulations of this competition can be downloaded here.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 was divided, one half awarded to David J. Thouless, the other half jointly to F. Duncan M. Haldane and J. Michael Kosterlitz "for theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter".