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COLLEGE PARK, MD, March 14, 2023 — The online experience for the American Physical Society’s March Meeting begins next week with presentations on new research spanning all areas of the physical sciences.
There are no press conferences planned for this year’s program. However, press materials about newsworthy presentations are available in the March Meeting press kit. Registered journalists will also receive emails with press information daily for the duration of the online meeting.
The online meeting will be held March 20-22. It will feature more than 120 livestreamed scientific sessions, keynote style talks, poster slams and more.
The presentation slides and audio from all scientific sessions at the in-person meeting, which was held March 5-10 in Las Vegas, will be available for on-demand viewing on the online meeting platform by March 20 - unless the presenter opts out.
Content on the online meeting platform will be available to all press registrants through June 30.
News media with valid APS press credentials may register for the meeting at no cost. To request press credentials, visit APS’s online newsroom. Registration will remain open throughout the meeting. If you already have APS press credentials, log in to your APS account before registering for the meeting. Press registration will remain open throughout the meeting.
The March Meeting includes more than 900 sessions and 12,500 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 Pacific time.
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.