- Atomic, molecular and optical physics (AMO)
- Condensed matter physics
- Nanophysics and nanomaterials
- Nuclear and elementary particle physics
- Physics and Climate
- Women in physics (KIF)
C. Fox Maule(1)
Comparing regional standardised precipitation indices from climate models and observations
A study of Arctic sea ice freeboard heights from ICESat measurements
Karina L. Gottlieb Ph.D.1
Investigation of respiration induced intra- and inter-fractional tumour motion using a standard Cone Beam CT
I looked up the "Network for Women in Physics in Denmark" (KIF) and I can see that they are a section of the Danish Physical Society. It is therefore likely that each category of the conference is organized/sponsored by a different section.
I can definitely see the purpose of having such a section as part of the overall society, but I can't see why there would be Physics research talks, on topics ranging from tumors to climate, in a Women in Physics session.
So I am wondering: What is the practical or philosophical reasoning for having a separate session of talks or posters on such varied scientific topics? Why would someone submit a research abstract to the Women in Physics section rather than the relevant scientific section?