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The European Optical Society (EOS) encourages the student members to join or create an EOS student club.
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The EOS invites student members to join or create their own EOS Student club. These clubs serve students who work in the same town, in order to get new contacts, exchange their experiences and discuss their concerns.

EOS Student club members are encouraged to meet, organize or participate to events, propose visits of laboratories or companies from their town. It is the best way to establish valuable contacts to future employers and explore career opportunities in a direct dialogue.

EOS Student clubs also benefit from regular opportunities to present their research activities to a broad audience during EOSAM Conferences organized every two years by EOS. They can publish news in the EOS newsletter, on the EOS WEB site and other EOS media to raise awareness for their concerns. For example, members of the student programme are invited to publish NEWS about their student club in the EOS newsletter.
EOS Student clubs can also benefit from advices and supports from the Club Mentors and Sponsors.

Since the launch of the EOS Student clubs Programme in 2011, EOS has welcomed 14 EOS STUDENT CLUBS from European countries and also from all over the world, as Ukraine and the United States.

THE FORM or CONTACT US !

Yours Faithfully,

Patricia Segonds

Professor at University Grenoble Alpes (UGA)
French member of the EOS Board since 2012

 

 

 

 

EOS STUDENT CLUBS

FRANCE GRENOBLE

The EOS-SFO Alpes Student Club is part of the European Optical Society (EOS) and French Optical society (SFO). It was created in 2012. Currently, it includes 20 students preparing their PHD at Grenoble and suburb. Since created, this club organized visits of Grenoble’s top companies and research facilities in Optics, interviewed researchers and engineers and companies advisors. For instance in 2016, the EOS-SFO Alpes Student Club members visited Sofradir facilities and the imaging platforms of the Grenoble Institute of Neurosciences (GIN). The club also regularly organizes meetings and advertises about job positions in Optics. It is sponsored by a large network of photonic companies and laboratories.
Read more on their website

FINLAND JOENSUU

The purpose of the student club is to promote the discipline of optical sciences and optical engineering among students. In addition, the student club will collaborate closely with industry and academic institutes to support students in continuing their study in optics and photonics and start a successful career by establishing interaction between students, senior researchers, companies and representatives from industry. All students studying optics related courses are welcome to join as members of the students’ club from all universities in Finland.   Read more on thier website

FRANCEPARIS

The student chapter of optics in Paris (SCOP) is an association of master and PhD students working in optics and photonics in the institutions of the Université Paris Saclay. The main goal is to create a community that serves as a link between recognized academic institutions in the Paris region but also to foster international collaborations. The ties of the chapter are strongest to SPIE, OSA, EOS, SFO and EPS. The chapter organizes and participates in multiple events. For example, In 2017, the chapter hosted an OSA IONS conference with 100 participants with numerous high impact speakers. Every year the chapter participates in Fête de la science at Ecole Polytechnique and Paris Sud University, typically with 100s of visitors and organizes seminars, for example with the founding editor of Nature Photonics. Also, the chapter is impacting directly the community via an annual activity with kindergarten schools in three towns of the region. Read more on their website

FRANCEBORDEAUX

The student chapter of optics in Bordeaux (BOSC) is an association of master and PhD students working in optics and photonics in the institutions of the Université Bordeaux. One of the main goals is to create a community that serves as a link between the various associations dealing with physics, biology, engineering and even mathematics and computer scince, and forwhich optics is the common interest. BOSC focuses on the organization of fun events for everyone concerning engineering schools, University departments and even general public in some cases. Led by doctoral students from the University of Bordeaux, BOSC is also open to Master students with a strong interest in optics. The « management » team is currently headed by researchers from research laboratories in Bordeaux (LP2N, CELIA, LOMA …).  For those wishing to join BOSC, Read more on their website