Jacksonville Hosts 2007 April Meeting
Exciting April Plenary Talks
Saturday, April 14
Tuesday, April 17
Among the invited sessions will be a special Nobel Prize session at which both of this year’s laureates, John Mather and George Smoot, will speak.
APS units represented at the meeting include the Divisions of Astrophysics, Nuclear Physics, Particles and Fields, Physics of Beams, Plasma Physics, and Computational Physics; the Forums on Education, Physics and Society, International Affairs, History of Physics, and Graduate Student Affairs; and the Topical Groups on Few-Body Systems, Precision Measurement and Fundamental Constants, Gravitation, Plasma Astrophysics, and Hadronic Physics.
In addition to the regular program, there will be a professional development workshop for women physicists, a high school teachers’ day, a students lunch with the experts, and the presentation of several APS prizes and awards in a special ceremonial session. A public lecture, on the physics of NASCAR, will be given by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky of the University of Nebraska.
> Further details of the program, and registration information
The abstract submission deadline is January 12; post-deadline abstracts received by February 5 will be assigned as poster presentations. Early registration closes on February 23.
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