The problems for the next IPT are now being accepted. The deadline for problems proposal is May 21st. If you or some of your colleagues have some suggestions of problems we would be delighted to hear from you.
The preselection deadline is approaching! This year, we are lucky to have 20 countries registered. As a hosting institution can host only 15 teams, we need an additional round to decide on the qualified teams.More info, criteria and sample report are via iptnet.info/preselection … See MoreSee Less
Save the dates: 23-29 April 2023!The wonderful city of Paris hopes to see as many of you as possible. So register your team now for an unforgettable #ipt2023 filled with exciting physics fights, inspiring tours, and guaranteed non-stop fun. Let the countdown begin!! … See MoreSee Less
The problem list for the #ipt2023 is available on the website iptnet.info/problems. Time to unpack your research and lab skillset, gather a team of 4-6 students, and dig into solving! … See MoreSee Less
Our photo competition is over and we are happy to announce the results!Join us in congratulating @calla.pi as the most liked entry, @jd_garavito as a random generator pick, and @nina.m.q. as the execom vote winner!Please contact us via Instagram private messages to claim your prize … See MoreSee Less
Shortlist for the IPT 2023 is out! We invite the entire community to contribute to the forming of the list of problems for the next edition.Each country has 100 points to distribute over the problems in the shortlist, not giving more than 20 points for a single problem. Based on all IPT countries’ inputs, the list of 17 problems will be finalised by the execom and announced later this month.Get in touch with your national representative to get a shortlist and submit your distribution of points.Hurry up, the submission closes on 15 Aug! … See MoreSee Less