The International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) is the most prestigious international physics competition for secondary school students. The main aim of IPhO is to test the highest level of knowledge, critical thinking, problem solving, right practices of presentation and analysis, and hands-on skills in theoretical and experimental physics. The IPhO is organized annually in different countries as 9-10-days competition wherein national teams comprising maximum of five of their best physics students and two team leaders participate.
SECRETARIAT AND ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Statutes and Syllabus
Statutes of the International Physics Olympiads
History of IPHO, Statistics, Minutes
The International Physics Olympiad (IPhO) is an international physics competition for secondary school students. The first such competition was organised by Prof. Czes?aw ?cis?owski in Warsaw (Poland) in 1967. Since that time the International Physics Olympiads have been organised, with few exceptions that will be discussed later, in a different country every year.
- HISTORY OF IPHO
- Past IPhO Problems and Solutions
We invite all past student participants, team leaders, observers, committee members, volunteers to please register yourself as IPhO Alumni. Currently we are creating data-base, activities will start in due course of time.
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