President, International Association of Physics Students

Cyrus Pan Walther serves in his second term as the President of the International Association of Physics Students, representing the global community of Physics students and their interests.

Moreover, he is an elected member of the Executive Committee of the Commission on Data (CODATA) of the International Science Council, focusing on Early Career Researchers as well as sustainability.

Creating value for young scientists, fostering international connections, and amplifying the voice of science belong to his core focal points. Combined with his position as the Vice-Chair for Physics and Industry in the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics (IUPAP), he advocates for identifying and obtaining valuable resources for young researchers worldwide.

Professionally, he is currently completing his studies in astroparticle physics at TU Dortmund University, where he is researching machine learning algorithms and artificial intelligence approaches for the use of uncertainty estimations.

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