Liens utiles (applic. informatiques, sociétés, revues...)

Liens intéressants (revues scientifiques, congrès et conférences, bases de données, applications...) pour les physiciens.

Sociétés de physique / Physics societies

  • Société Belge de Physique / Belgian physical society (SBP)
  • European Physical Society (EPS)
  • American Physical Society (APS)
  • American Institute of Physics (AIP)
  • Institute of Physics (IOP)
  • European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (ESRF) (y compris offres d'emploi) / (including jobs)
  • Materials Research Society (MRS)
  • European Science Foundation (ESF)
  • Comité National de Physique Pure et Appliquée (BNCPAP)
  • Radiation Research Society (RRS)

Revues scientifiques / Scientific journals

Bases de données / Databases

  • Galerie de photos de physiciens connus / Gallery of Famous Physicists.
  • The Internet Pilot To Physics (TIPTOP) : An electronic bulletin board for physics conferences, workshops and summer schools, and also for jobs, new books, used equipment, students, on-line encyclopedia of physics, educational software project, etc ... . TIPTOP ("The Internet Pilot To Physics") is a collaboration between several institutes and learned societies in Europe and North America.
  • Los Alamos National Lab : (p)reprints via e-mail

Réunions scientifiques / Scientific meetings

Applications pour les physiciens / Applications for physicists

En vrac ... / Loose informations...

  • US National Institut of Standards and Technology (NIST).
  • Physics Questions/Problems
  • PhysNet, the world-wide Physics Departments and Documents Network. (lists of links to nearly all Physics Institutions world-wide ordered by country and town, search on the Web through the local Physics Institutions for locally stored documents, list of Physics-related Journals, which are freely available, list of the Journals of the Journal Recognition Scheme of EPS, list of servers with Conference-Lists, Workshops and Summer Schools on different fields of Physics, list of all Scientific Institutes of the German Max Planck Society and a harvest-based search facility to search across the servers of these institutes, link-list to various physics related job sites on the web ordered by different topics, a FAQ on General Physics which aims to answer questions in a way, understandable for Non-Physicists, link-lists with online educational resources for physics)