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Future of Physics Days (FPD) events help undergraduate students get the most out of APS March and April meetings through interactive workshops, professional development activities, and career discovery. The March Meeting Graduate Fair also offers opportunities for recruiters from graduate schools to showcase the benefits of their physics programs.
At FPD, you can advance your career by:
You’ll also be able to:
All FPD events are free to attend when you register for the March or April meeting.
Why participate in FPD? Here is what a recent student attendee said about the conference:
"I want to thank the team for the Future of Physics Days Travel Grant that made it possible for me to attend the event...The meeting was an amazing and constructive experience for me. The speeches, workshops, and posters were incredibly insightful, and I was able to network with fellow researchers and exchange ideas. I even found a potential future collaborator. The event exceeded my expectations and profoundly impacted my professional development." - Giuliano G. Porciúncula - Physics Undergraduate at Física de Materiais, Universidade de Pernambuco
The APS March Meeting centers on groundbreaking studies in condensed matter, materials, molecular and atomic physics, statistical and nonlinear physics, and data science.
The APS April Meeting focuses on cutting-edge research in the areas of astrophysics, particle physics, nuclear physics, and gravitation.
As you are preparing your abstract, keep these Abstract Submission Policies, Guidelines, and Tips in mind.
Is your research meeting-ready? Learn about oral vs. poster formats and the different session types by reviewing our Undergraduate Presentation Information.
Here’s some extra help to shape your presentation. See Tips for:
Take the Next Step to Advance Your Education
Review career resources presented at April Meeting 2023.
Cut Your Travel Costs
FPD travel grants are available to help you attend the meeting.
For students, the first year is free! Become a member.
Contact the APS Senior Careers Program Manager.