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8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 15
Satellite sessions on Tuesday, March 14 and Thursday, March 16
Who Should Attend?
All March Meeting attendees are welcome. Industry Day is an excellent opportunity for entrepreneurs and physicists working in industry and national labs to network with their peers. Students and early career physicists considering non-academic careers can see first hand the broad range of pursuits available to physicists.
This year’s Industry Day theme is "Physics at Work for You," which captures the idea that industrial physicists engage in product development and advanced technology that has a direct impact on the public. Speakers will describe both leading edge developments and well-established projects that may already be a part of your daily life.
Speakers will include industry R&D leaders, entrepreneurs, and senior scientists from both academic and national labs.
If you wish to attend Industry Day, you must register for the APS March Meeting. One-day registration is available.
Jeff Hunt, the Boeing Company, and Barbara Jones, IBM, discuss the second annual Industry Day at the APS March Meeting and why it's so important to get young physicists involved in industry early in their careers.