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CAM2019 is being jointly hosted by Laurentian University and SNOLAB and will include an opportunity for SNOLAB tours.
All physics graduate students attending U.S. institutions are invited to attend and present at the 2019 Canadian-American-Mexican Graduate Student Physics Conference (CAM2019), scheduled for the 24th - 27th of July in Sudbury, Ontario. The CAM conference is jointly sponsored by the physics societies of Canada, Mexico, and the U.S., and is organized by graduate students from all three countries. Since 2017, the conference also includes the participation of the Cuban Physical Society.
The conference provides physics graduate students of all subdisciplines with unique opportunities to build an international network, showcase their research, and develop key professional skills.
Abstracts are being accepted now through July 1st, and students may submit a poster, a talk, or both. Registration is now OPEN.
All graduate students interested in participating in CAM2019 must submit an abstract for an oral or poster presentation. Approximately, 60 students will be selected to give oral presentations and 40 students will be selected to present their research during a dedicated poster session. Graduate students currently attending a university in Canada, Mexico, or the United States may submit abstracts.
|Abstract Submission Opens:||Now Open|
|Abstract Submission Deadline:||July 1st, 2019|
|Applicants Notified:||Mid-June 2019|
Physicists of the Future: Transcending Boundaries
July 24 - 27, 2019
All conference information may be found at the CAM2019 website, including travel to Sudbury, and conference accommodation.
The APS Forum on Graduate Student Affairs (FGSA) welcomes all physics graduate students at U.S. institutions to submit abstracts for CAM2019 and apply for travel support from APS to attend the conference. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to present your research to your international peers from Cuba, Mexico, and Canada!
CAM 2017: APS-FGSA hosted CAM in 2017 in Washington D.C. August 17-19.
CAM 2015: SMF hosted CAM in 2015 in Oaxaca, Mexico September 9 - 12.
CAM 2013: CAP hosted CAM 2013 in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada from August 15 - 18.
CAM 2011: CAM 2011 was held in Washington, D.C. September 29 - October 1.
CAM 2009: It was held in Acapulco, Mexico October 18 - 21.
CAM 2007: CAP hosted CAM 2007 in Montréal August 8 - 11.
CAM 2005: It was hosted by APS in San Diego, California August 19 - 21.
CAM 2003: SMF hosted CAM 2003 in Mérida, Mexico October 24 - 26.