e-EPS, the newsletter of the European Physical Society
In 2012, the YM action committee identified the e-EPS newsletter as the best tool to connect YM members and the EPS community. Since October 2012, several electronic pills had been published to present the project activities. Every month a Section is asked to submit a text on a topic. This tools is excellent not only for EPS, but even for YM members, often undergraduate students, who discover the importance of writing an article for the community, as they will later do to share their research activities.
These are some of the Young Minds pills on e-EPS:
- Editorial – Why we should keep young minds forever!
- EPS Historic Site – the home of Lise Meitner in Sweden
- Joint EPS-APS Historic Site – The Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, NJ
- Passion for Knowledge
- Solar lamp kits at the COP22
- LIGO Detected Primordial Black Holes?
- Physics for All – A project to carry physics into refugee sites
- Mini-workshop at JINR for the 72th NPD-EPS board meeting
- Season’s greetings
- Editorial – Nuclear physics for cultural heritage
- The EPS Edison Volta Prize 2016 awarded to Michel Orrit
- Albert Polman is awarded the EPS QEOD Prize for Research into the Science of Light
- Nomination for the EPS Plasma Physics Innovation Prize 2017
- 2017 IBA-Europhysics Prize – Call for Nominations
- European Parliament in support of Research and Innovation