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Benin

SIXTH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON CONTEMPORARY PROBLEMS IN MATHEMATICAL
PHYSICS (COPROMAPH6) and Celebration  of the 10th Anniversary of COPROMAPH WORKSHOPS Nonpertubative Quantum Physics and Gauge Theory October 31st   - November 6th, 2009

Nigeria

NTERNATIONAL SEMINAR ON THEORETICAL PHYSICS AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT (ISOTPAND09)
THEME : MOBILIZING PHYSICAL SCIENCE-BASED ENTERPRISES Venue: Lake Chad Guest Palace,
Plots 1154 Lake Chad Crescent, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria. Date: July 5 – 9, 2009

South Africa

Entrepreneurship for Physicists and Engineers from Developing Countries in Africa
Cape Town – South Africa, 9 – 13 November 2009

Physics World Cup 2010, South Africa


54TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
6 -10 July 2009

Zambia

 IHY Africa/SCINDA 2009

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Happenings

ASAN is now an affiliate of Astronomers without Borders

ASAN is now an affiliate of E-Learning Africa Conference: Members can now register at discouted rate

Attention African Physical Society-Follow the following links.

 Physics in Africa-@APS March Meeting 2009
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Africa Student Trainining in Astrophysical Observation and Research (ASTARO)

ASAN-International Year of Astronomy 2009

For more physics related issues link to
APS Forum for International Physics

School of Physics in Africa a Biennial School of Fundamental Physics and its Applications in Africa.  This school is intended for students in fundamental physics and young  researchers. We'll provide full coverage of the travel and stay expenses  for the selected students, with a priority for sub-saharan Africans.  The first venue of the school will be in august-september 2010 in South  Africa. Contact: Steve Muanza    Steve.Guy.Mua...@cern.ch

 Science at Synchrotrons event in Pretoria on Feb. 9-13, 2009 (<http://synchrotron.org.za/>)



 


AFPS Active Projects: African Journal of Physics


 
African Physicsists Outside Africa: Coming soon
 

For all ASN membership 

Please email the following information to Dr. Abebe Kebede: abkebede@gmail.com 1) Full Name
2) Current Email Address
3) Day Time Telephone Number
4) Country of Residence
 





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