In-Person Meeting Experience

The in-person March Meeting 2023 will take place March 5–10 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

APS looks forward to welcoming physicists, students, and scientists from around the world to its in-person March Meeting 2023. Attend to experience unparalleled education from thousands of presentations on the latest physics research, career-focused events, networking opportunities, and discussion of current issues relevant to the physics community.

Registration is expected to open in December 2022.

Benefits of Attending In-Person March Meeting 2023

The in-person March Meeting 2023 combines the excitement of the Las Vegas Strip with the thrill of scientific discovery.

From March 5-10, in-person attendees will experience:

  • award sessions, invited sessions, focus sessions, and contributed talks
  • poster presentations, updated daily with live presenter Q&As
  • networking with colleagues from around the world
  • receptions and special events
  • the in-person exhibitor hall and exhibitor workshops

In-person attendees will have access to the virtual March Meeting 2023 being held online from March 20-22. The virtual March Meeting will give attendees the opportunity to participate in:

  • high-level, keynote-style talks
  • live, virtual presentations, including focus topic sessions and contributed talks, from abstract submitters, with virtual attendees able to submit questions in real time
  • virtual Poster Slams, in which poster submitters will give brief reviews of their posters and answer questions
  • recorded, on-demand talks from Las Vegas
  • live exhibitor workshops

On-Demand March Meeting 2023 Content

APS will be capturing all sessions from the in-person and virtual March Meeting 2023, and all attendees will have full access to on-demand content for up to ninety days after the virtual meeting has concluded. APS provides on-demand content from March Meeting 2023 so that attendees can rewatch their favorite sessions and talks, catch up on any program events they may have missed, and review research presented at the meeting.

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