The event is focused on promoting Physics among young women in Ireland. We are inviting women at various career stages working in Physics areas (both from academia and industry) to participate in this event, offering a friendly atmosphere that will provide all participants with the opportunity of interacting.
The event will include A-level, undergraduate, master and PhD students, invited speakers, as well as guests from other institutions and industry. It will start with registration at 9.30 am at the Whitla Hall (QUB) and will finish by 4.30 pm, with the option to leave at 2.30 pm if needed.
The day will include talks, poster session with prices and a Science Fair with both demonstrations and hands-on experiments for everyone to enjoy (see attached information). Among the invited speaker we will have Northern Irish astrophysicist Prof. Jocelyn Bell Burnell (discoverer of the first radio pulsars).
The event is limited to 250 participants. To indicate your intention to attend “Women in Physics – Ireland”, please email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 13th of December, indicating the number of attendees. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
Unfortunately, we cannot offer parking facilities on the campus on the day.
Women in Physics (PDF , 913 KB)