The European Physical Society, the European Materials Research Society and the European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences share the conviction that energy research and development will be substantially more efficient, with faster progress and increased comprehension through interaction of their specialist disciplines: material sciences, physics, chemistry, engineering and environmental sciences.
The European Physical Society (EPS) is a not-for-profit organisation. It represents over 100 000 members and physicists through its 42 National member societies. In particular, it provides a forum for more than 3500 Individual Members from all over Europe. The EPS works to promote the interests of physics in Europe. Its activities revolve around the themes of promoting excellent physics research, supplying a European view on important questions relating to physics and acting as a liaison between physicists working in different fields and as a catalyst bringing together physicists of different countries.
The European Materials Research Society (E‐MRS), which was founded in 1983, has a multi-national membership of over 5,000 scientists, technologists and engineers specialising in the research, development and applications of advanced materials. The society takes action to disseminate the most recent world wide findings of materials science researchers and the opportunities for economic exploitation to benefit the European economy.
The European Association for Chemical and Molecular Sciences (EuCheMS) brings together chemistry related organisations throughout Europe to provide a single voice on key science and policy issues, based on expert scientific knowledge.
EuCheMS is a not-for-profit organisation and has 41 member societies which together represent more than 150,000 chemists in academia, industry, government and professional organisations in 31 countries across Europe. EuCheMS has several Divisions and Working Groups which cover all areas of chemistry and bring together world class expertise in the underpinning science and development needed for innovation.