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January 4, 2023 — More than 13,000 physicists from around the world will convene to present groundbreaking research at the American Physical Society’s (APS) March Meeting. The conference will be held in person in Minneapolis and online everywhere March 3-8.
The scientific program includes nearly 900 sessions and 11,000 individual presentations on new research in climate science, medicine, biological physics, quantum information, superconductivity, condensed matter, and more. For more information, search the scientific program. All times are in Central time.
The March Meeting will have both in-person and online experiences. The in-person meeting will be at the Minneapolis Convention Center. It will include scientific sessions, exhibits, networking events, receptions, and more. In-person registration (excluding daily registration) includes access to the online meeting.
The online meeting will be held simultaneously, but it is geared toward remote attendees’ needs. It will feature select livestreamed sessions from the in-person meeting, live and interactive presentations, a virtual poster session, and more. Select content from the scientific sessions at the in-person meeting will be available for on-demand viewing one week after the meeting concludes.
Content on the online meeting platform will be available to all attendees (excluding daily registrants) for 90 days after the online meeting concludes.
Discounted hotel rates are available for in-person attendees at select Minneapolis hotels near the Minneapolis Convention Center. Book your hotel by Feb. 9 to receive the discount.
The press program will be announced soon. Press releases, tip sheets, and other press materials about newsworthy presentations will be available in the March Meeting press kit ahead of the meeting. A press room will be available for news media attending in person.
The American Physical Society is a nonprofit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities. APS represents more than 50,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories, and industry in the United States and throughout the world.