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APS April Meeting 2019

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Sorting Categories

A. Astrophysics

A01. Astrophysics: General Topics
A02. Active Galactic Nuclei
A03. Galaxies and Clusters
A04. Supernovae, Gamma-Ray Bursts, and other Transients
A05. Stars and the Interstellar Medium
A06. Space and Plasma Astrophysics
A07. Pulsars, Neutron Stars, and Black Holes
A08. Supernova Remnants
A09. Other Galactic Sources
A10. Cosmic Rays
A11. Cosmology / Early Universe / Dark Energy
A12. Exoplanets
A13. Elementary Particles/Dark Matter
A14. Gravitational Wave Astronomy
A15. Neutrino Astronomy
A16. Solar Physics
A17. Planetary Physics
A18. Missions, Instruments, and Surveys
A19. Data Analysis and Modeling Techniques, Astroinformatics and Astrostatistics
A20. Physics of the Cosmos Minisymposium
A21. Other Minisymposia

B. Few-Body Systems

B01. Few-Body Systems: General Topics
B02. Few-body systems: general theory and computational methods (same as L06)
B03. Few-body systems: atoms & molecules
B04. Few-body systems: hadrons and light nuclei
B05. Few-body dynamics in many-body systems

C. Gravitation

C01. Quantum Aspects of Gravitation
C02. Gravitational Waves: Detectors and Instrumentation
C03. Gravitational Waves: Source Modeling
C04. Gravitational Waves: Data Analysis Techniques
C05. Gravitational Waves: Searches and Detected Signals
C06. Analytical Calculations and Approximations in General Relativity
C07. Modified Gravity
C08. Numerical Relativity: Black Hole Binaries (same as L08)
C09. Numerical Relativity: Neutron Stars and Other Sources with Matter (same as L09)
C10. Numerical Relativity: Algorithms and Code Development (same as L10)
C11. Mathematical Aspects of General Relativity
C12. Gravitation and Astrophysics
C13. Tests of General Relativity and Gravitation
C14. Compact Objects Beyond General Relativity

D. Nuclear Physics

D01. Nuclear Astrophysics
D02. Electroweak Interactions
D03. Neutrino Physics
D04. Neutron Fundamental Symmetries
D05. Electromagnetic Interactions
D06. Ultrarelativistic Heavy-Ions
D07. Nuclear Reactions: Heavy-Ions/Rare isotope Beams
D08. Nuclear Reactions: Hadrons/Light Ions
D09. Nuclear Structure
D10. Hadronic Physics
D11. Nuclear Theory
D12. Nuclear Isotopes
D13. Instrumentation
D14. Applications of Nuclear Physics
D15. Other
D16a. Mini-Symposium: Hard probes in heavy ion collisions
D16b. Mini-Symposium: Constraining the neutrino-nucleus interaction for neutrino oscillations
D16c. Mini-Symposium: Streaming readouts for future experiments
D16d. Mini-Symposium: Short range nuclear structure
D16e. Mini-Symposium: Tonne-scale neutrinoless double beta decay R&D
D16f. Mini-Symposium: Neutron-star mergers and the astrophysical r-process
D16g. Mini-Symposium: FRIB and ReA instrumentation
D16h. Mini-Symposium: The neutron lifetime anomaly: possible explanations

E. Hadronic Physics

E01. Hadronic Physics: General
E02. Light Mesons and Baryons
E03. Heavy Flavor Hadrons
E04. Nucleon structure and nucleon spin
E05. QCD Effects in Medium

F. Particles and Fields

F01. Advanced Computational Techniques
F02. Accelerators and beams
F03. Detector R&D
F04. WIMP searches
F05. Sub-GeV Dark Matter
F06. Axion and Hidden Sector Searches
F07. Neutrino Oscillations
F08. Sterile Neutrino Searches
F09. Neutrino Cross-sections
F10. Particle Astrophysics
F11. Inflation/Cosmic Expansion/Dark Energy
F12. Cosmic Explosions
F13. Field Theory
F14. Supersymmetry Searches and Models
F15. Beyond Standard Model Physics (Not including SUSY)
F16. Electroweak Physics
F17. Flavor Physics
F18. Lepton Properties and CP-Violation
F19. Hadron Spectroscopy
F20. QCD in Jets and Scattering Processes

G. Precision Tests of Physics Laws

G01. Precision Tests of Physics Laws
G02. Basic Symmetries
G03. Fundamental Constants
G04. General and Special Relativity
G05. Quantum Mechanics
G06. Other Precision Tests
G07. Searches for light dark matter (GPMFC, DAMOP)

H. Radiation Sources

H01. Radiation Sources: General
H02. Synchrotron Radiation Sources and Damping Rings
H03. Free Electron Laser Physics
H04. Gyrotron Physics
H05. Conventional Source Physics
H06. Radiation Sources, Other

I. Accelerators and Storage Rings

I01. Accelerators and Storage Rings
I02. High Energy Particle Accelerators and Colliders
I03. Low and Intermediate Energy Accelerators and Storage Rings
I04. Linear Accelerators
I05. Cyclotrons
I06. Electrostatic Accelerators
I07. Particle Sources
I08. New Acceleration Methods
I09. Pulsed Power and High Current Accelerators
I10. Special Purpose Accelerators (Medical, Energy Production, Industrial, Defense, Spallation Neutron Sources)
I11. Accelerators and Storage Rings, Other
I12. Computational beam and accelerator physics (same as J11, L11)

J. Physics of Beams

J01. Linear Beam Dynamics
J02. Nonlinear Beam Dynamics
J03. Multiparticle Dynamics
J04. Beam Instabilities
J05. Beam Interaction with Electromagnetic Radiation
J06. Beam Interaction with Matter
J07. High Current Beams
J08. Photon Beams
J09. Beam Beam Interaction
J10. Beam Physics, Other
J11. Computational beam and accelerator physics (same as I12, L11)

K. Accelerator Systems

K01. Accelerator Systems
K02. Beam Diagnostics and Control
K03. RF Technology and Systems
K04. Magnet Technology and Systems
K05. Power Sources
K06. Beam Targets and Secondary Beams
K07. Beam Transport and Propagation
K08. Injection and Extraction
K09. Accelerator Systems, Other

L. Computational Physics

L01. Computational Physics
L02. Simulation Methods and Implementation
L03. Large-Scale Data and Simulations
L04. The Impact of New and Emerging Architectures on Computational Physics
L05. Education in Computational Physics, from K-12 to Graduate Level
L06. Few-body systems: general theory and computational methods (same as B02)
L07. Lattice QCD
L08. Numerical Relativity: Black Hole Binaries (same as C08)
L09. Numerical Relativity: Neutron Stars and Other Sources with Matter (same as C09)
L10. Numerical Relativity: Algorithms and Code Development (same as C10)
L11. Computational beam and accelerator physics (same as I12, J11)

M. Energy Research

M01. Energy Research and Applications
M02. Energy production (Fossil, Renewable, Nuclear, etc)
M03. Energy storage and distribution
M04. Energy utilization (transportation, buildings, etc)
M05. Societal issues related to energy
M06. Other energy research topics

N. Physics Education

N01. Physics Education: General
N02. K-12 Education
N03. Informal Education and Public Outreach (FED, FOEP)
N04. Graduate Education
N05. Education and Public Policy
N06. Professional Development
N07. K-12 Teacher Preparation
N08. Undergraduate Education

P. Physics Education Research

P01. K-12 Education
P02. Informal Education and Public Outreach (GPER, FOEP)
P03. Graduate Education
P04. Education and Public Policy
P05. Professional Development
P06. K-12 Teacher Preparation
P07. Undergraduate Education

Q. Medical Physics

Q01. Physics of medical imaging (e.g., radionuclide imaging, Cherenkov imaging)
Q02. Physics of medical interventions (e.g., novel accelerators, dosimetry)
Q03. Medical technologies (e.g., novel detectors for medical imaging)
Q04. Physics of disease states (e.g., modeling of cancer, neuro-degenerative)
Q05. General medical physics

R. Undergraduate Research

R01. Undergraduate Research, including SPS

S. National Facilities

S01. National Facilities: General

T. Public Policy

T. Public Policy: General

U. History of Physics

U01. History of Physics: General

V. International Physics

V01. International Physics: General

W. Outreach

W01. Outreach and Engaging the Public: General

X. April General

X01. April General Topics