2018 American Physical Society April Meeting Press Registration Now Open

COLLEGE PARK, MD, February 22, 2018 — The American Physical Society's 2018 April Meeting will take place April 14 to 18 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio. The meeting will focus on some of the world's largest physics projects and grandest research areas. Topics include particle physics, astrophysics, nuclear physics, plasma fusion and gravitational physics, as well as talks and sessions dedicated to social issues, energy and security.

Registration is free for journalists. Contact James Riordon (riordon@aps.org) to register as press. Meeting details, including housing information and the complete meeting schedule, are available at the April Meeting page.

To see the most popular talks among physicists planning to attend the meeting go to:http://meetings.aps.org/Meeting/APR18/TopEvent

Hotel and travel information is available at the Hotel and Travel page.

The deadline to reserve a hotel room at the conference rate is March 15, 2018.

Contact: James Riordon, APS, riordon@aps.org, 301-209-3238

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