March Meeting features the work of five highly respected physicists at the Kavli Foundation Special Symposium, with the 2024 theme focusing on Physics Far from Equilibrium. March Meeting also includes a session highlighting talks from the Physics Nobel Laureates.
Kavli Foundation Special Symposium
Theme: Physics Far from Equilibrium
Sunday, March 3, 2024
Minneapolis, Minnesota and online
Special Session Featuring Nobel Laureates
Thursday, March 7, 2024
March Meeting scientific sessions originate from both contributed abstract presenters and a lineup of influential invited speakers. The full schedule will be released in December 2023. Scientific sessions include:
- Unit short courses, workshops, and tutorials: Offered Saturday, March 2 and Sunday, March 3, 2024, these hands-on, topically focused events with peers kick off the week. Separate registration is required.
- Oral presentations: Taking place Monday, March 4 - Friday, March 8, 2024, these talks span a multitude of disciplines and are given by students, early careerists, and established physicists.
- Poster sessions: Included Tuesday, March 5 - Thursday, March 7, 2024, poster presenters share data, information, and research results while engaging one-on-one with attendees.Sorting categories: Topics & subfields
Sorting categories: Topics & subfields
Topics covered at March Meeting 2024 span the breadth of branches of physics. To view all of the subfields of physics represented at March Meeting, we encourage you to peruse the abstract sorting categories.
Future of Physics Days
Future of Physics Days focuses on events specifically for undergraduates and assists them in understanding educational and career opportunities in physics.
Industry Day events bring together students and scientists focusing on industry and applied physics.
APS is grateful to March Meeting 2024 participating units as well as the chair and members of the Scientific Program Committee, whose time and efforts made this event and program possible.