The Institute Of Physics (IOP) has recently announced its Early Career Physics Communicator Award 2015. This is an amazing opportunity for an early career physicist to be acknowledged as a leader in their field, and also to win £250!
Applicants do not need to be a member of the IOP, but should be one of the following:
- A person currently studying an undergraduate degree in physics or engaged in postgraduate study of physics within five years of their first degree qualification
- An undergraduate physicist
- A person working as a physicist in UK or Eire within the first five years of their physics career
Submission of a report of their communication activities which should be no more than 1500 words long.
Further details and the application form are available by clicking the ‘Group Prize’ tab here:
Monday 5th October 2015
The winner of the 2015 IOP Physics Communicators Group award will receive £250 and an award certificate at an event to be held on Monday 23 November. As well as providing recognition of the winner’s work through the prize money, the process will also facilitate networking opportunities for all participants.
Four finalists will present their work at the prize final on Monday 23rd November 2015 at IOP, Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT.
The prize will be awarded by materials scientist, engineer, broadcaster and writer, Mark Miodownik
For more details, please get in contact with the Physics Communicators Group Secretary, Chris Sinclair: