Sharing Your Research

Live Virtual Sessions

We are gratified to see a number of spontaneous initiatives by individuals and small groups of researchers aimed at enabling the sharing of research that would have been presented at the March Meeting. A number of March Meeting units and attendees have begun organizing live virtual March Meeting sessions. You can find this information listed below.

Please check back regularly; we are updating the site as new events are being organized. You may also receive additional emails from your unit, if your unit is organizing an event.

Making Your March Meeting Research Available

We encourage all March Meeting presenters to make their slides and presentations available. We have two recommended options for doing so:

Virtual APS March Meeting website: We are pleased to partner with Q-CTRL to deliver the Virtual APS March Meeting website. There users can host or participate in live webinars hosted by Google, link to presentation materials or recordings, join technical discussions, and browse shared material. We are grateful to the various members of the Division of Quantum Information who drove this initiative.

APS March Meeting Scientific Program: Presenters should have received an email with a private link to add their presentation, poster, YouTube video link, etc. into our system so that it will be linked from the online scientific program. We will be working to sync the content uploaded to the APS March Meeting scientific program with the Virtual APS March Meeting website.

We are also exploring other ways to showcase your research, so we encourage you to upload your material.

Community Efforts

Virtual Science Forum

Watch recorded invited March Meeting talks (P00.00004, J49.00014, and J37.00001).

DBIO Sessions

The DBIO community has self-organized to create a crowd-sourced online schedule where you can sign up to give your talk or host a session.

DFD Sessions

Session D37: Transitional Flows & Chaotic Dynamics: In Honor of Bruno Eckhardt.

DPOLY Sessions

The DPOLY community has self-organized to create a crowd-sourced online schedule where you can sign up to give your talk or host a session.

DSOFT Sessions

The DSOFT community has self-organized to create a crowd-sourced online schedule where you can sign up to give your talk or host a session.

GDS Sessions

APS Topical Group on Data Science (GDS) is setting up a series of weekly, 1-hour webinars for GDS-related March Meeting content to be presented online in the coming months, starting Thursday, March 5, 2020.

GMAG Sessions

J46: Single Molecule Magnets will take place as a zoom meeting starting at 1 pm EST on Weds., March 4.

GSNP Student/Postdoc Prize Session

A24: GSNP Student/Postdoc Prize Session [View Schedule](https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1jhXv2uaq7vRp_8rhSTIj-DT8uti47Lvp?usp=sharing)

RoboPhysics

The speakers and chairs of the four RoboPhysics sessions (S22, U22, W22, X22) have self-organized to set up a virtual session. [Join Session on March 6](https://bluejeans.com/852581888)

FECS Session

In light of the cancelled March Meeting, we are hosting a FECS virtual session. Please join us if you can, and share this with others!

Plyler Prize, Jankunas Award Webinar

Webinar for Session M58: Plyler Prize, Jankunas Award. Starting at 4:00 pm ET on Weds., April 1.