THE NOBEL PRIZE IN PHYSICS 2017
The Nobel Prize in Physics 2017 was divided, one half awarded to Rainer Weiss, the other half jointly to Barry C. Barish and Kip S. Thorne "for decisive contributions to the LIGO detector and the observation of gravitational waves".






10th Scientific Meeting of the Croatian Physical Society will be held from 11 to 13 October 2017 in Baska on Krk island.
The details about the participation can be found on conference pages
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INFORMATION FOR THE CPS MEMBERS
Dear CPS members,
We wold like to inform you that you can register into the new CPS membershio database. Upon registration, you will be able to login into the database and update your personal data using your member account. Because the membership fee depends on the category you belong to (more information can be found on Membership), please register as soon as possible.






INVITATION TO SUBSCRIBE TO MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL JOURNAL
Croatian Physical Society INVITES you to subscribe to MATHEMATICAL-PHYSICAL JOURNAL. The journal is popularizing mathematics and physics, and is aimed at pupils, teachers and students. It is publised jointly by CPS and Croatian Mathematical Society. The younal has more than 60 year long issuing tradition - under the present name it has been published since 1950.






INVITATION TO SUBSCRIBE TO PRIRODA JOURNAL
You are INVITED by HRVATSKO PRIRODOSLOVNO DRUŠTVO to subscribe to PRIRODA journal. The jounal is devoted to popularization of natural sciences and its printed edition has 100 years long issuing tradition, continuously since 1911.





European Physical Journal has launched a new juornal with free access to the content. You can browse the articles publised in the first isssue and find out the details about the journal profile on the following link EPJ Data Science.






European   Physical   Society has  started   online  newsletter e-EPS. Within the readers will find timely announcements and information about the EPS and its members, physics, events, and issues relevant to the European physics community. It complements Europhysics News, the bi-monthly magazine of the EPS.
Member Societies; Divisions and Groups; and EPS Committees are invited to submit their news and information for publication in e-EPS – such as: news about events, interesting research, policy issues or activities that you would like to distribute to the European physics community.






ARTICLES ABOUT THE CROATIAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
The article about the Croatian Physical Society, written by dr Silvia Tomic, has been published in Europhysics News (vol. 42., pp. 22).
Read the article.

Another article about the Croatian Physical Society by dr Silvia Tomic appeared in the journal of the Italian Physical Society Il Nuovo Saggiatore (vol. 27, pp. 58).
Read the article.






THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL
offers to its readers the possibility of getting personal free access to the full text of the articles in the chosen journal for the period of 6 months. The aplication procedure for obtaining personal access can be found on www.epj.org/access.html.






Young members of the Croatian Physical Society are invited to read information about Eropean Physical Society project "Young Minds" on EPS Young Minds Project pages.






EDP SCIENCES has opened the portal on which organizers of the scientific conferences can announce their meetings free of charge, with all necessary software and techical support. The detailes of this offer can be found on Web of Conferences.





PhysNet offers country-wise lists of Physics departments and institutes, lists of documents, online literature, preprints, research reports etc., freely available Physics journals, conferences, jobs and other services.




The EPS makes funds available each year for a limited number of grants, directly to organizers of EPS Europhysics or Sponsored Conferences.
The details about conference grants can be found HERE.





News about CPS & EPS project "The implementation of the Bologna process into physics university education in Europe" can be followed at THESE PAGES

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The Internet Service for finding research and postdoc positions for physicist in Europe is open at www.eurosciencejobs.com. The Service is aimed for professionals, experts, specialists and students.