To All Members of the Ethiopian Physical Society:
As per the 13th Annual conference held at Adama Science and Technology University (ASTU) on February 15 & 16, 2019 the result of the election of new representatives of the Ethiopian Physical Society EPS has been announced at the moment. However, due to some complains these new elect have conducted its meeting here at the head office and re-shelved duties as follows:
1. Dr. Tesgera Bedassa President
2. Dr. Ababa Belay Vice President
3. Dr. Deribe Hirpo Secretary
4. Dr. Lemi Demeyu Treasurer
5. Dr. Newaymedhin Abera Communication officer
6. Dr. Belayneh Mesfin Accountant
7. Dr. Leta Tesfaye Editor
8. Dr. Mesfin Asfaw Auditor
· Physics in the Development of Science and Technology
The conference will be held on February 15-16, 2019.
Date of Submission:
Members who wish to present papers should submit abstract before January 1, 2019. Attached abstract should be sent as a word document, 12p font size, single-spaced and no longer than 300 words. Full length paper submission deadline: January 15, 2019.
Note: Selected papers will be published on the Journal of the Ethiopian Physical Society (JEPS) 1st volume
Abstracts should be mailed to:
Adama Science and Technology University,
EPS 12th Annual National Conference, College of Natural and Computational Sciences, Addis Ababa University, Aprill 2018
The EPS 12th Annual National Conference was held at Addis Ababa University, College of Natural and Computational Sciences, on February 23 and 24, 2018 under the theme “The Status of Physics Education and Research in Ethiopia”.
The opening of the Conference was announced by the President of EPS, Dr. Chernet Ament, in his well-come speech. In the speech, the President thanked and congratulated those who participated in the organizing process of the Conference.
The Conference was attended by 200 participants most of which came from institutions outside Addis Ababa. The event was marked by a steep increase in original research work presentations in which 20 selected research papers were presented. It is important to maintain and encourage this trend since the promotion of research is one of the objectives of EPS.
The President also appreciated the interest coming from Universities to host similar events.
Finally, EPS would like to warmly thank all those who contributed a lot to the successful organization of the event. In particular we are deeply indebted to Ministry of Science and Technology, General Electric, Entoto Observatory and Space Science Research Center, BGI Ethiopia, INDOSAW, the Department of Physics of AAU, for their financial support in organizing the event.
The 11th Conference of Ethiopian Physical Society is Held at Dire Dawa University, 2017.
Dire Dawa university, Department of Physics as a member of the society, has held the 11th conference of Ethiopian physical society on the 3rd and 4thJanuary 2017.
The conference aimed that research and development in physics have contributed significantly in human civilizations like the industrial and electronic revolutions. Modern electronic devices like TV, cell phone, computer, radar, airplane, medical diagnosis and treatment equipment and so on are largely resulted from Physics research and development done by physicists. The developed world has benefited economically and culturally from the expansion of physics education at different levels. Perhaps it is believed that economic and social divisions between west and developing countries can be narrow down dramatically by expanding physics education and research in developing countries among other things.
The Ethiopian physical society in our country was organized years ago to enhance the development of science and technology in line with the government plan. Pursuant to the plan, the society prepares conferences every year in collaboration with a selected Ethiopian university in general and physics departments in particular. In the conference, community based problem solving researches are presented to the audiences or to the physicists and discusses would be held in accordance with the findings.