During the welcome ceremony yesterday evening the teams were divided into two pools for the qualification rounds. Then, within each pool the team distribution was decided. Here you can see where each team are for each physics fight and which
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The preselection is now finished and 18 teams have now been selected for the finals. In the preselection the teams had a choice of four or two problems, depending on whether the country held a national selection or not. The teams
The preselection ends in one week! Already twenty teams are registered… Don’t miss the chance to take part in this fantastic opportunity!
German Selection Germany held their first national selection last month between the three universities of Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and Universität Hamburg. They used a subset of nine of the problems used for the international finale in a
National Selections Ongoing We have recently passed the registration deadline and the preparations for IPT 2017 is in full swing! Both here at Chalmers with planning of the practical details, and also around the world where teams are working on
Help us spread the word about IPT 2017! Are you looking for other students at your university to form a team with? Then help us put up poster around your campus to spread the word! We now have 6 different
The list of problems have now been finalized! Head over to the problem list and check them out. It is an exciting mix of experimental and theoretical problems that promise for a challenging and fun tournament. Now it’s time to
Last years LOC have published a video about the tournament. We very much recommend it to anyone interested in what the tournament is about!
International Physicists’ Tournament 2017 will be held in Sweden at Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg. The tournament will take place between 8 and 13 of April 2017. If you are interested in participating, head over to registration for more