What We Do
PhySoc is the Physics society here at the University of Bath. We welcome anyone wishing to join; whether you are studying Physics related subjects or simply have an interest!
PhySoc is an energetic society that gives fellow science buffs the chance to chill out together. With days out, adventures to labs and other awesome science places along with night time contemplations over food & beverages. It helps the physics brain in you grow and develop alongside like minded folk.
Check our Career Links sub-page regularly for updated opportunities that might be useful for you!
Our entire calendar for Socials, Networking events and more is on our Instagram and Facebook!
Why Join us?
PhySoc have a brilliant calender of events this upcoming year, here are a few reasons to join:
- Our departmental ISB Trip Abroad! Bring on Prague 2023!
- Free merch for Freshers! (Wristbands, Bottle Openers and More!)
- Our Spring Science Ball! Details to be announced!
- Free Pub Lectures delivered by academic staff usually taking place in The Bath Brew House!
- A big blowout event at the end of exam season!
- And of course, fantastic regular themed Socials throughout the year!
Come and Meet Us
Our committee members are all friendly, sociable Physicists who can be found around Physics Square and, of course, attending all the social events which we will be planning.
Take a look at this year's PhySoc committee members below and if you recognise any of us around campus, make sure to say hi! We can be spotted easily when wearing our ULTRAVIOLET committee hoodies.
We are also easy to approach via our committee email, should you want to ask any questions.
And make sure to get involved in the great events that we will be planning throughout the year - we look forward to meeting you all and welcoming our new Freshers into PhySoc!
To keep up to date with our events, make sure to join our Facebook group and follow our Instagram and become a member early on in the year to make the most of these great events!
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Institute of Physics
The Institute of Physics is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland. They inspire people to develop their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of physics.
The IOP works with a range of partners to support and develop the teaching of physics in schools; we encourage innovation, growth and productivity in business including addressing significant skills shortages and we provide evidence-based advice and support to governments across the UK and in Ireland.
As a world-leading science publisher the IOP is proud to be a trusted and valued voice for the physics community.
To find out more visit http://iop.org
Department of Physics, University of Bath