APS April Meeting 2017

APS April Meeting

The meeting will bring together physicists, scientists, and students from all over the world to share groundbreaking research from industry, universities, and major labs. With 64 invited sessions, 1122 total abstracts, and 19 participating units, this meeting in the heart of Washington, D.C. can't be missed.

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Code of Conduct

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Scientific Program

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Schedule at a Glance

The APS April Meeting has fun events and activities in addition to the scientific sessions.

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Services & Support

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Hotel & Travel

All the information you need to get to the APS April Meeting and navigate Washington, D.C.

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Plenary Sessions at the April Meeting

Session I: Science Policy in the 21st Century

Join a distinguised panel of speakers as they present on the challenges of formulating science policy in the 21st century.

Plenary I

Speakers: John Holdren, Office of Science and Technology Policy; Cherry Murray, DOE Office of Science; Rush Holt, Jr., AAAS; Bill Foster, U.S. Representative (D-IL)

kavliSession II: Kavli Foundation Keynote From Quarks to the Cosmos

APS is honored to partner with the Kavli Foundation to present the keynote session for the April Meeting, From Quarks to the Cosmos.

Plenary II

Speakers: Barbara Jacak, UC Berkeley & LBNL; Cora Dvorkin, Harvard University; Sylvester Gates, University of Maryland

Session III: Black Holes

Join Laura Cadonati, Chung-Pei Ma, and Raphael Bousso as they present on the latest research and findings into black holes.

Plenary III

Speakers: Laura Cadonati, Georgia Tech; Chung-Pei Ma, UC Berkeley; Raphael Bousso, Berkeley Center for Theoretical Physics

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