Meet the committee!

We can't wait to meet you all!

Molly Wells


4th year Physics with Astrophysics

Matthew Dickers


4th year Astronomy, Space Science and Astrophysics

Ally Marshall

Media & Marketing

4th year Astronomy, Space Science and Astrophysics

Dan Le Corre


4th year Astronomy, Space Science and Astrophysics

Joseph Cross

Academic Liaison

4th year Physics with Astrophysics

Anthony Quinlan


Physics Graduate

With support from

Dr Sam Carr

Exam Lead

Hannah Tonry

SPS Outreach

Ezra Dorland

IOP Student Panel

Professor Nigel Mason

Head of School

Rachael Perkins

Kent IOP Student Ambassador

Dr James Kneller

IOP London and Southeast Branch

Henry Sheehy

Exam Lead

Julian Guassardo

IOP Student Engagement Officer

The University of Kent

School of Physical Sciences

With Thanks to


Our Sponsors

The IOP is the professional body and learned society for physics in the UK and Ireland, inspiring people to develop their knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of physics. Internationally, we build close relations with other national scientific bodies, public and private institutions, as well as its membership to promote and advance the discipline of physics. As an independent body we are able to play the role of a trusted broker and facilitator for cross-border collaboration. Our relationships and reputation mean we can bring scientists and organisations together from around the world, building the cross-border links that fuel scientific discovery and technological innovation. To find out more about the IOP Student Community, please see our website:

IAPS (International Association of Physics Students) has worked with academic, professional, and student societies since 1987, to bring students from all around the world together to promote peaceful collaborations amongst them. Each year IAPS runs several events in its member countries; the two main events being the International Conference for Physics Students and PLANCKS. If you want to find out about the other IAPS events or want to become a member, please visit: