November 12-15, 2014
University of South Carolina
Our scientific program will focus on some of the year’s outstanding research results across all fields from atomic and condensed matter to nuclear and particle physics. We are expecting 250 abstracts: 50 invited talks, 100 contributed sessions, and 100 poster presentations. There will be also sessions on physics education, minorities in physics, and physics careers. The meeting will be a unique networking opportunity for both undergraduate and graduate students, and physicists of all ages.
Meeting Website: http://www.physics.sc.edu/sesaps2014/