IOP in your area

The Institute operates locally through a network of member-led Branches and National /Regional Officers.

The Institute of Physics is looking for enthusiastic members to encourage grassroots physics in your local area. You have the opportunity to change the way people think about physics by nominating members to your regional and national branch committees.

Committee members will be actively involved in organising the annual activities programme. This includes the public lecture series, schools and public outreach events, as well as student careers evenings and much more. The following roles and locations are open:

Committee Members
East Midlands, Lancashire (x2), London & South East, Manchester & District, Merseyside (x5), North East (x2), Scotland (x4), South Central (x3), South West (x10), Wales (x5), West Midlands (x2)

Treasurer
North East, West Midlands

Secretary
Lancashire, South West, Wales

Chair
South West, West Midlands, Ireland (Co-chair)

Retired member
East Midlands, Lancashire, London & South East, Manchester & District, North East, South Central, South West, West Midlands

Here's further information on the purpose and core functions of a branch committee, the election process and the logistics of being a branch committee member.

To apply to be a committee member of your local branch please complete the nomination form. 

 

Branches in the UK, Ireland and overseas

South East

The IOP presence in the South East

South East 

Yorkshire and North East

The IOP presence in Yorkshire and the North East

Yorkshire and North East 

East

The IOP presence in the East of England

East  

Wales

The IOP presence in Wales

Wales 

Ireland

The IOP presence in Ireland

Ireland 

South West

The IOP presence in the South West

South West 

North West

The IOP presence in the North West

North West 

Midlands

The IOP presence in the Midlands

Midlands 

Scotland

The IOP presence in Scotland

Scotland 



IOP national websites

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IOP in your area

International

Although a UK and Ireland society, the IOP recognises that physics is an international endeavour

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