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Executive Committee (2009). OFFICERS ; Chair, John W. Clark, Washington University; Chair-elect, Noemie Koller, Rutgers University; Vice-Chair, Harvey Newman, CalTech; Past-Chair, Satoshi Ozaki, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Secretary/Treasurer, Noemi Mirkin, University of Michigan

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T he f orum on i nternational p hysics

Executive Committee (2009)

OFFICERS; Chair, John W. Clark, Washington University; Chair-elect, Noemie Koller, Rutgers University; Vice-Chair, Harvey Newman, CalTech; Past-Chair, Satoshi Ozaki, Brookhaven National Laboratory; Secretary/Treasurer, Noemi Mirkin, University of Michigan

APS COUNCILOR; David Ernst, Vanderbilt University

MEMBERS ATLARGE;; Lidia Smentek, Copernicus University (Poland) & Vanderbilt University; Galileo Violini, Universita della Calabria, Italy; Paul Gueye, Hampton University & Jefferson Lab; Cherrill Spencer, SLAC; Susana Hernandez, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Marie-Louise Saboung, University of Orléans, France

The Forum on International Physics

Is a voluntary association of APS members interested in encouraging cooperative activities between APS members and members of other national physics organizations who support the development of physics worldwide. The FIP organizes focused sessions at APS meetings, receives nominations for APS fellowships and the Wheatley Award, and communicates with its members via the FIP web site and a periodic Newsletter.

Mission Statement:

To advance the knowledge of physics and its diffusion by fostering cooperation and communication among physicists of all countries.

To achieve its mission FIP:

  • Organizes sessions at APS meetings addressing major scientific issues of international importance;

  • Organizes, facilitates and supports projects and programs that foster international linkage;

  • Communicates with its members concerning major issues via internet, a newsletter and other media;

  • Works to affect policies and procedures at the APS deemed favorable to APS members from foreign countries;

  • Oversees the Wheatley Award and the award of APS fellowship in FIP.

NEWSLETTER EDITOR: Laszlo Baksay, Florida Institute of Technology

For more information visit the FIP web site at http://units.aps.org/units/fip/


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