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About March Meeting 2023

The physics community met in Las Vegas, Nevada, from March 5–10, 2023, and virtually from March 20–22, 2023.

March Meeting attendees greet each other at the 2022 welcome reception

The APS March Meeting brings together physics professionals and students from around the world to showcase their work, connect with others in their areas of expertise, and discover groundbreaking physics research.

Whether you’re looking to expand your knowledge through the scientific sessions, advance your career at the job fair, or network with others promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in physics, the March Meeting has something for everyone in the physics community.

Future Meeting Locations

We invite our attendees, presenters, sponsors, and exhibitors to join us at future March Meetings:

  • March Meeting 2024, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • March Meeting 2025, Anaheim, California
  • March Meeting 2026, Denver, Colorado
  • March Meeting 2027, Los Angeles, California

Connect with Us

To stay up-to-date with upcoming March Meeting 2024 news and announcements as well as connect with other attendees online, follow @APSMeetings and #apsmarch on Twitter.

You can also sign up for email updates to receive information about event highlights and about March Meeting 2024.

The March Meeting 2023 Experience

The physics community met online for the virtual March Meeting, which took place March 20-22.

The in-person March Meeting took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 5-10.


The physics community met online, March 20-22.

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The physics community met in Las Vegas, March 5-10.

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About the American Physical Society

The American Physical Society advances and diffuses the knowledge of physics through its research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities.

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APS members receive exclusive discounts on March Meeting registration, as well as a host of other benefits connecting them to a global network of physicists.

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Abstract Submissions and Scientific Sessions

The core programming for the scientific meeting comes from 10,000+ contributed and invited physics abstract submissions–on condensed matter physics to quantum computing, to the latest in climate physics, and many more exciting topics.

APS March Meeting 2024 abstract submissions will open in the fall 2023.

Scientific Sessions Abstract Topics:

Polymer Physics

Soft Condensed Matter

Statistical and Nonlinear Physics

Biological Physics

Chemical Physics

Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

Topological Materials

Semiconductors, Insulators, and Dielectrics



Strongly Correlated Systems, Including Quantum Fluids and Solids

Complex Structured Materials, Including Graphene

Superlattices, and Other Artificially Structured Materials

Surfaces, Interfaces, and Thin Films

Nonequilibrium Quantum Physics

General Theory, Computational Physics

Quantum Information, Concepts, and Computation

Matter at Extreme Conditions

Instrumentation and Measurements


Energy Research and Applications

Applications (IT, Medical/Bio Photonics. etc.)

Data Science

Laser Science

Medical Physics

Climate Physics

Physics Education

Physics Outreach and Engaging the Public

History of Physics

International Physics

Early Career Scientists

Public Policy

Graduate Student Affairs

Undergraduate Research

Committee on Minorities

Status of Women in Physics

General Physics

Frequently Asked Questions

This information can serve as a quick reference for basic information about APS March Meeting 2023, particularly for international attendees and students.

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For Attendees & Presenters

Whether you're joining us as an attendee or presenter for the first time or have attended previously, we look forward to seeing you.

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APS is grateful for the time and efforts of the meeting program chair, committee, and units who plan and organize the March Meeting.

Thank you to the 2023 March Meeting organizers

COVID-19 Guidelines

APS is focused on ensuring a safe and productive meeting for all participants.

Read the COVID-19 guidelines