PLANCKS AUTh 2022 events are over!

PLANCKS AUTħ 2022 is over! Thank you  so much for your interest and we hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did. Don’t miss PLANCKS 2023 events. 
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PLANCKS 2022 - Greek Preliminary

When?

PLANCKS AUTħ 2022 is over! Thank you  so much for your interest and we hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did. Don’t miss PLANCKS 2023 events. 
The next-phase of the competition is being held from May 5th to May 8th, 2022.

Where?

The preliminary of PLANCKS competition in Greece took place in Thessaloniki (Aristotle University – AUTh). The PLANCKS 2022 competition  will take place in Munich, Germany. 
The university team PATħ organized the preliminary.

What is PATħ?

PATħ (Physicists of Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) is a volunteer group, founded in 2014. Inspired by our willingness to be active in our department, our team has implemented many original ideas, so that through them we can discover the opportunities offered by our university.

schedule

SATURDAY 26/03

PLANCKS AUTh begins at 26/03. Find the full schedule here (currently only in greek).

SUNDAY 27/03

The second day of PLANCKS AUTh is full of surprises! Watch interesting talks and take part in treasure hunts and a trivia quiz with special gifts.

Why should I compete?

Why?

If you rank first, you’ll go on to compete in the PLANCKS 2022 competition which is taking place in Munich,Germany, this year! This is a massive opportunity for all physics students, since the competition is of international outreach and is held by the prestigious IAPS.

Who can compete?

This preliminary is targeted to Greek bachelor’s (at third and fourth year of their studies) or master’s students. Each entry can be a team between three and four people, who can cooperate to solve each problem.

I don’t want to compete, but it sounds interesting.

You don’t have to compete to enjoy the preliminary. As mentioned before, there are going to be plenty of lectures and other types of physics related events for everyone to follow!

Our Address

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
School of Sciences, East Side
Department of Physics
1st Floor, Class A31