38th International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS 2024)

4 - 11 August 2024 | Tbilisi, Georgia
38th International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS 2024)

The International Conference of Physics Students (ICPS) is an annual conference organised for physics students by National Committees of the International Association of Physics Students (IAPS). Each year, a different IAPS Local or National Committee organises the ICPS in their country. The purpose of this conference is to create opportunities for physics students from all around the world to come together, talk about science and life, practice presenting their research and to have a great time!

The first ICPS was organized by students of the Eötvös Loránd University, in Budapest, Hungary in 1986. The event had fewer than fifty participants, but since then, the conference has grown considerably, nowadays bringing together more than four hundred students.

After a successful conference in August 2023 in Baguio City and Manila, Philippines, the ICPS 2024 will now be hosted between August 4-11 in the mountainous Tbilisi, Georgia. This year’s event is organized by the Georgian Association of Physics Students (NC Georgia).

The conference lasts for one week and contains a wealth of scientific, social and touristic programs. Participants get a chance to attend and give lectures on various topics in physics, to check out the laboratories and sights of the host city, to make friends with students from different countries, immerse themselves in exciting cultures and to see another part of the world.


Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts is now open for the ICPS 2024 International Conference! You are invited to contribute your research and insights to this outstanding event . The deadline for submissions is 17 May 2024.



Any physics student from around the world and IAPS alumni are allowed to participate, the registration for both ICPS and ICPA will remain open until 27 May 2024.


For more information please visit the official ICPS 2024 website.

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