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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

This FAQ serves as a quick reference about APS March Meeting 2023, particularly for international attendees and students.

Preparing for the Meeting

When and where is the meeting?

What does the virtual meeting include?

The virtual March Meeting 2023 will take place on a secure online platform for all attendees, including those who attended in-person. Registrants can participate in live sessions, watch on-demand talks from Las Vegas, view ePoster presentations, network with fellow attendees, and explore exhibitor resources.

What attire is recommended?

Meeting attendees typically wear business or business casual attire or clothing that makes them feel comfortable. Please be aware that March Meeting 2023 will include a job expo and graduate fair, so attendees at these events, as well as presenters, may wish to dress professionally.

At the Meeting

What is the Code of Conduct?

APS's Code of Conduct intends to make March Meeting 2023 and all APS events professional and welcoming spaces for attendees.

Will this event be accessible?

To uphold its values of inclusivity and diversity, APS wishes to ensure that March Meeting 2023 is accessible and follows its ADA Policy.

Will there be COVID-19 precautions?

Attendee safety is important to APS, and we will provide relevant updates around measures attendees should take to ensure their health.

What should I know about Las Vegas?

Learn more about the in-person meeting convention center and headquarter hotel, as well as attractions and dining options.

How can international attendees learn about getting a visa?

APS welcomes international attendees to March Meeting 2023, and we provide some resources about the visa process on the APS website. Meeting attendees can receive a letter of invitation if needed as part of the visa application process.

How does APS ensure equitable registration pricing for scientists in less-resourced countries?

APS announces a new, equitable registration pricing structure, available for in-person and virtual March and April Meeting attendance. Scientists who may qualify should view the initiative.

Student Attendees

Scientific meetings, like March Meeting 2023, are vital to helping students build professional networks as well as learn more about education and career opportunities. March Meeting 2023 is expected to be the largest gathering of the physics community, with attendees from around the world, and as a student, you can meet researchers who are doing work in your field, find potential mentors, connect with other students, and discover career paths in physics. To also assist students in advancing in their education and careers, March Meeting 2023 will feature a graduate fair and a job expo.

Learn more about the graduate fair

What should I keep in mind when presenting my research?

APS is delighted to give students the opportunity to present their research and network at March Meeting 2023. Please review our presentation advice for undergraduates as you get ready to share your work.

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