APS March Meeting 2019

APS March Meeting 2019
March 4-8  •  Boston, MA

From March 4 to 8, Boston will transform into the hub of physics as more than 11,000 attendees arrive for the APS March Meeting 2019. Showcase your work for a global audience of physicists, scientists, and students representing 28 APS units and committees to explore groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs. See the members of the committee working on this year's program.


Meeting Schedule

The Scientific Program and meeting schedule are available online and in the mobile app.

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Expedite the check-in process by registering online. Print your receipt.

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Code of Conduct for APS Meetings

All meeting participants are expected to abide by the Code of Conduct.

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Kavli Foundation

Kavli Foundation Special Symposium:
From Unit Cell to Biological Cell

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Claudia Felser - Kavli 2019

Claudia Felser
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids

Philip Kim - Kavli 2019

Philip Kim
Harvard University

Mark Ediger - Kavli 2019

Mark D. Ediger
University of Wisconsin, Madison

Sharon Glotzer - Kavli 2019

Sharon Glotzer
University of Michigan

Cliff Brangwynne - Kavli 2019

Clifford Brangwynne
Princeton University

Countdown to the APS March Meeting 2019


Nobel Prize Session

Join us for this special session honoring the most recent Nobel Laureates in Physics.
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APS TV is a platform to highlight the work that is done around the world in physics from universities, industry, and major labs. Learn More

Job Expo

The Job Expo is a recruiting event to put employers in touch with jobseekers. Employers may post jobs and arrange interviews. Learn More

Press Services

APS welcomes eligible journalists and communicators for the purpose of producing media coverage. Learn More