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International Conference of Women in Science: Join Team Switzerland

For the eighth time, the "Women in Physics" conference will take place in India from 10 - 14 July. Interested parties can now register for the Swiss delegation.

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The International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP) promotes the conference series Women in Physicsto foster the participation of women in the field. The 8th conference in this series will be held virtually during July 10-14, 2023 with India as the host country and it will be jointly organised by IUPAP Working Group 5 with the Gender in Physics Working Group (GIPWG) of Indian Physics Association (IPA) and the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR). More informatione is availabel at the link on the right side.

The conference is expected to attract approximately 400 participants from around 50 countries, and it will feature keynote presentations, poster presentations, workshops and satellite events. Countries are invited to build delegations of 3 to 5 participants representing PhD students, post-docs, early career researchers and senior scientists, along with observers. Each delegation is expected to submit a paper and a poster on the state of women in physics in their country. Additionally, team members may submit a paper and a poster on their research topic.

If you want to be part of the Swiss delegation, please contact the team leader for Switzerland, Dr Christine Klauser (