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Presenters are encouraged to view the support material below to prepare for the March Meeting.
- Virtual speaker ready room
- Zoom background
- Moderated Q&A – Attendee and Moderator Experience
- Solutions for the Unexpected
- Tips for Presenting from Home
- Presenting in a Virtual Meeting Room
Get ready for March Meeting with some APS swag! Browse t-shirts, bumper stickers, and other great gifts for students, family, colleagues, and yourself! Visit the APS Store to make purchases online anytime.
Ask APS staff questions about membership, journal subscriptions, and other member services.
Physical Review Journals
Visit our Journals booth in the APS Village, where editors and staff will be on hand to answer questions regarding all things Physical Review.
APS offers a range of programs geared toward improving physics education, impacting policy makers, increasing diversity in physics, informing the public, and reaching physicists on a global scale. Visit with APS staff to learn more about these programs:
- Public Engagement
- International Affairs
- Government Affairs
Make your voice heard in Washington, DC and help boost funding levels for basic research by sending a letter to your Congressional delegation. APS staff will follow up each letter sent with a call or visit to congressional staff. If you live in the United States, you are qualified to write to your members of Congress.
APS TV uses video as a platform to engage people in important issues within physics. APS TV will be available online and on social media platforms. Learn More.
About APS March Meeting
Learn more about the March Meeting and find frequently asked questions.