About the APS March Meeting

Join more than 12,000 physicists at the largest physics meeting in the world in 2022!


Showcase Your Work to a Global Audience

Physicists, scientists, and students representing 30 APS Units and Committees will be in attendance. Explore groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs from around the world.

APS thanks the participating units and program committee for working to make the 2022 March Meeting possible.

The March Meeting Identity

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Every year, we create a new graphic identity for the annual APS March Meeting. For 2022, we selected images inspired by:

Representative spatial configuration at the equilibrium for an efficiency, immigration, and occupation coefficients of α=4, μ=0.05, and γ=0.005
Alessandra F. Lütz, Marco A. Amaral, and Lucas Wardil
Phys. Rev. E 104, 014304 (2021).

Manganese atomic ions and disulfur molecular ions interacting and eventually driving the system into a metallic state
Dylan Durkee et al.
Phys. Rev. Lett. 127, 016401 (2021).

Flow diagram indicating the optimal path for quantum control using a three-body ansatz for a 2D parameter space
Sho Sugiura, Pieter W. Claeys, Anatoly Dymarsky, and Anatoli Polkovnikov
Phys. Rev. Research 3, 013102 (2021).

Log-probability density distribution of particle positions
Deepak Mangal, Jeremy C. Palmer, and Jacinta C. Conrad
Phys. Rev. E 104, 015102 (2021)

Covering a Broad Spectrum of Physics

More than 10,000 technical papers will be presented at the APS March Meeting in Chicago, covering a broad spectrum of topics.

  • Applications
  • Beams Physics
  • Biophysics
  • Bulk Defects
  • Carbon Nanotubes
  • Charge Properties
  • Chemical Physics
  • Clusters
  • Complex Fluids
  • Computational Physics
  • Disorder & Composites
  • Electronic Structure
  • Experiments & Measurements
  • Fluids & Quantum Fluids
  • Fullerenes
  • Glassy & Amorphous Systems
  • Graphenes
  • Heterostructure
  • Highly Correlated Metals
  • Lattice Properties
  • Layered Systems
  • Magnetism
  • Materials
  • Measurement & Science
  • Mesoscopic Systems
  • Metal-Insulator Transition
  • Nanomaterials
  • Nonlinear Phenomena
  • Optical Properties
  • Phase Transitions
  • Polymers
  • Quantum Hall Effect
  • Quantum Information
  • Quasicrystals
  • Semiconductors
  • Spin Properties
  • Spintronics
  • Superconducting Materials
  • Superconductivity Theory
  • Superconductors
  • Superlattices
  • Surfaces
  • Thin Films
  • Type-II & Macroscopic Phenomena
  • X-Ray & Neutron Scattering