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From March 4 to 8, Boston will transform into the hub of physics as more than 11,000 attendees arrive for the APS March Meeting 2019. Showcase your work for a global audience of physicists, scientists, and students representing 28 APS units and committees to explore groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs. See the members of the committee working on this year's program.
Venue: Boston Convention and Exhibition Center (BCEC)
Share your work with a diverse audience of physicists from around the world.
Thursday, March 7, 5:30 p.m.
Plan to join us for this special session honoring the most recent Nobel Laureates in Physics.
APS TV brings a different element to the conference using video and is a great platform to highlight the work that is done around the world in physics from universities, industry and major labs. Learn More
The Heusler System And How You Can Use It As A Lego Box To Build The States You Are Interested In
Max Planck Society
The Design And Building Of Layer-By-Layer 2-D Systems
The Design And Growth Of Ultra-Stable Glasses
Mark D. Ediger
University of Wisconsin
"Designer" Structures Built From Colloidal / Nanoparticle Systems
University of Michigan
Self Assembly of Biological Materials