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What is an APS Web Account?
An APS web account through My APS is a personalized user name and password you create that you can use on the APS websites to remember your credentials more easily than the ID number or passwords assigned by APS.
Creating and Accessing Your Account
To create an account, please visit the Create My Account page and follow the prompts. You will need to provide your name, country, address, city, state or province, and ZIP code. You will also need to indicate whether you are a student, the highest level of education you have obtained, and the date you obtained your degree. Additionally, you will need to provide your email address and create a password.
If you have already created an account, you may log in directly at the Welcome to My APS page.
Finding Your APS Member Account Number
Your APS Member Account number is available on the Personal Snapshot section of your My APS account. It is included in the top section, under your personal information.
Figure 1: Find Your Account Number
Uploading Supplemental Materials
Once you have created your APS web account, you can log in to upload supplemental presentation materials. If this is the first time for you logging in, you will see an agreement page.