Nuclear Physics Group

This is an IOP special interest group, which is a community of IOP members focused on a particular discipline, application or area of interest. 

Special interest groups allow members to connect and share knowledge and ideas. The IOP funds groups to deliver a range of activities including events, prizes and bursaries. All of our groups are driven by members.  


    About the group

    As a special interest, member-driven group, we are interested in supporting:

    • promising early physics careers
    • nuclear physics researchers in industry
    • nuclear physics researchers in universities
    • students who are attending nuclear physics events
    • Institute members with an interest in nuclear physics

    What the group does

    We promote activities for the nuclear physics community including:

    • outreach
    • resources for teachers
    • talks to the general public
    • meetings and conferences

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    Group prizes (closing date 16 January 2023)

    Nuclear Physics Thesis Prize

    This new prize will be awarded annually for exceptional work carried out as part of a PhD Thesis project in the field of nuclear physics. The winner shall receive £250.

    Apply now and find out more about the Nuclear Physics Thesis Prize.

    Nuclear Physics Early Career Researcher Prize

    This annual prize is for a promising early career scientist who has made an outstanding contribution to nuclear physics.

    Apply now and find out more about the Nuclear Physics Early Career Researcher Prize, including previous winners.

    Group events

    Find events for the Nuclear Physics Group

    Newsletters

    Download previous editions dating back to 2013.

    IOP Nuclear Physics Group members colloquia

    These seminars, organised by members of the IOP Nuclear Physics Group, cover a variety of topics in the field of nuclear physics. Each virtual seminar is hosted by a different Nuclear Physics Group in the UK with invited national and international speakers. The seminars are recorded to provide an open-access resource with links given below.

    Committee and contacts

    Chair Dr David Sharp, MInstP
    Secretary Dr James Benstead, CPhys MInstP
    Treasurer Dr Stefanos Paschalis, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Mrs Latha Chappa, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Dr Liam Gaffney, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Dr Jack Henderson, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Dr Rachel Montgomery, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Mr Lee Packer, CPhys FInstP
    Ordinary Member Dr Philippos Papadakis, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Mr Malik Salaam, MInstP
    Ordinary Member Miss Bethany Slingsby, MInstP
    Early Career Physicist Dr Waris Ali, MInstP

    Email: [email protected]