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Online Physics Lectures (for members, affiliate members, general public)

About Online Physics Lectures

July 2023 15th Online Physics Lecture (Japanese only)


July 2023 15th Online Physics Lecture
Title: Ten Stories of the Two-Dimensional Material, Graphene
Date & Time: Saturday, July 1, 2023 15:00-16:30 (Lecture: 1 hour + Q&A: 20 min.)
Speaker: Riichiro Saito(Emeritus Professor, Tohoku University)
Format: Webinar (1,000 people)
Fee: Free for JPS members and affiliate members, 500 yen for non-members (All attendees must register in advance.)

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Public Lectures (for high school and university students, general public)

Public Lectures provide an avenue to introducing cutting-edge research in the field of physics to high school and university students and the general public.

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Public Science Lectures (for high school and university students, general public)

JPS organizes Public Science Lectures during Annual Meetings and Autumn (Spring) Meetings. For more information, please see Public Science Lectures on the Meetings page.

Symposium on Physics Education (for educators)

At this symposium for people engaged in physics education, participants discuss issues and expectations in the educational field based on lectures and case studies.

Workshop for Basic Experiments in High-School Physics Classes (for educators)

This workshop is designed for active physics (science) educators and students who want to become physics (science) educators. The workshop is held for two consecutive days in mid-July each year. For more information, please visit the website of the Association for Physics Education of Japan (APEJ) (Japanese only).