55th Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Plasma Physics
November 11-15, 2013 • Denver, Colorado
Mini-Conferences are intended to attract papers that are not typically part of the DPP regular meeting but that are plasma physics related and that would enhance the scientific scope of the meeting. A mini-conference subject should not appear year after year in the meeting program, but rather become a regular category or subcategory of the meeting program.
Mini-conference presenters should submit their abstract electronically following the oral contributed abstract guidelines, and must (1) include the Mini-Conference title in the Special Instructions and (2) select the Subject Category 15.0. Presenters at mini-conferences are not precluded from submitting a separate abstract.
Undergraduate or High School Students Doing Research
There will be a special poster session entitled “Undergraduate/High School Research” at the annual meeting on Tuesday, November 12. For the eleventh year, DPP will present an outstanding poster award to undergraduate students. This session provides an opportunity for students to present results from summer and thesis research, as well as meet other plasma physicists, such as junior and senior researchers, and students.
Undergraduate or high school students should submit their abstracts as contributed posters following the abstract submission procedure as outlined above. In order to present in the Tuesday session please select from the 14.0 Sorting Categories listed below.
If you have questions about the Undergraduate/High School Poster Session, please contact Saralyn Stewart (firstname.lastname@example.org).
DPP will waive the registration fee for undergraduate or high school student presenters. Indicate “undergrad” or “high school student” on the Registration Form and fax to the number on the form.