ICTP Physics Without Frontiers (PWF) works to inspire, train and educate physics and mathematics university students in developing countries, helping build the next generation of scientists. Projects are organised by lecturers, postdoctoral researchers and PhD students, passionate to promote physics and mathematics worldwide.
The following programmes are open for application. We will help you put your application together when you contact us:
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS UNIVERSITY COURSES: Are you a faculty member at a university in a developing country and would like to request a course for your department that you are currently unable to offer? This can be any undergraduate or masters course in physics or mathematics.
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS WORKSHOPS AND SCHOOLS: Collaborators from a host country and international researchers are invited to submit applications to host a workshop or school for undergraduate or master students on a given field of research.
PHYSICS WITHOUT FRONTIERS ROADSHOWS: Are you a researcher from a developing country working abroad and passionate to promote your research field in your home country? We can help you organise a roadshow, where you along with some collaborators visit universities throughout a country to deliver motivational one-day programmes. We are available to help you put the roadshow team and programme together.
If you are a lecturer or postdoc and interested in teaching a course or getting involved please get in touch
DEADLINE: 30th May 2019 for projects taking place during the 2019-2020 academic year.
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