Australia – University of Queensland
- Brazil – Federal University of ABC
- China – Nankai University
- Colombia – Winners of the Colombian National Selection: Universidad de los Andes
- Croatia – University of Zagreb
- France – Winners of the French Physicists’ Tournament: UdL – ENS Lyon – UCBL
- France – Runner-up of the French Physicists’ Tournament: École polytechnique
- Germany – Winners of the German National Selection: Goethe University Frankfurt
- Greece – Winners of the Greek National Selection
India – Shiv Nadar University
- Italy – Politecnico di Milano & University of Milan
- Russia – Winners of the Russian Physicists’ Tournament
- Russia – Runner-up of the Russian Physicists’ Tournament
- Slovenia – University of Ljubljana
- Sweden – Winners of the Swedish National Selection: KTH Royal Institute of Technology
- Sweden – Runner-up of the Swedish National Selection: Chalmers University of Technology
- Switzerland – Winners of the Swiss National Selection: Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne
- Ukraine – Winners of the Ukrainian Physicists’ Tournament: University of Kharkiv
- United States – Dartmouth College
- Venezuela – Universidad Simon Bolivar
In case there are any withdrawals, this list may change.
The fee is 1000€ per team. The fee includes housing, meals and some activities in Gothenburg during the week of the tournament. The travel costs from and to the tournament have to be paid by the teams.
For any additional participant, a supplementary fee will must be paid by the sending university or the participant to cover his/her accommodation and living costs.
- The deadline for registrations has passed!
- The deadline for payment of the registration fee is 28st February 2017, 11:59 pm (GMT +1).
If the LOC has not received the registration fee before the deadline, or if a team announces that they no longer have the opportunity to participate, their place in the tournament will be offered to runner ups in national competitions at the discretion of the International Organizing Committee.
Please note that the composition of the teams can be given after the registration or fee payment.
Constitution of the teams
A team consists in a maximum of six students (only bachelor and master students – no PhD acccepted, sorry!), and two team leaders (PhD, Postdoc, or Professors).
Please notice that the registration is closed!
If you want to be part of IPT 2017,
- either your country already participates in the IPT, and you need to get in touch with your national representative,
- or your country is not yet competing in the IPT, and you need to get in touch with us through the contact form.
The countries already involved in the tournament are the following:
|Australiaemail@example.com||-||The University of Queensland|
|Colombiafirstname.lastname@example.org||colombia.iptnet.info||Various universities (national selection)|
|Denmarkemail@example.com||-||Technical University of Denmark|
|Francefirstname.lastname@example.org||france.iptnet.info||French Physical Society - various universities (national selection)|
|Germanyemail@example.com||germany.iptnet.info||Various universities (national selection)|
|Greecefirstname.lastname@example.org||-||University of Crete|
|Iranemail@example.com||iran.iptnet.info||Ariaian Young Innovative Minds Institute - various universities (national selection)|
|Polandfirstname.lastname@example.org||-||University of Warsaw|
|Russiaemail@example.com||russia.iptnet.info||Various universities (national selection)|
|Singaporefirstname.lastname@example.org||-||Nanyang Technological University|
|Swedenemail@example.com||sweden.iptnet.info||Chalmers University of Technology|
|Switzerlandfirstname.lastname@example.org||switzerland.iptnet.info||Various universities (national selection)|
|Ukraineemail@example.com||ukraine.iptnet.info||Various universities (national selection)|
|United Kingdomfirstname.lastname@example.org||-||University of Nottingham|
If the country that hosts your university has not yet participated in the IPT, you can form a team on your own and directly contact us.
If more than one team apply in a country without a representative, the International Organising Committee takes the responsibility to organise a national selection. The teams must complete a written report outlining the solution to one problem selected from a possible three that will be taken from the official list selected by the IOC. The teams have 4 weeks after the registration deadline to send their written report. Each team is free to enclose his own experimental material and to cite it properly in the report.
The International Organising Committee may help the new participating countries to pay their entry fees for the tournament. However, the travel costs to and from the tournament location are the charge of the team.
Last update : 2017/01/30