Travel & Hotels

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

We Look Forward to Seeing You

Las Vegas, NV.
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APS looks forward to welcoming you to March Meeting 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 5-10, 2023. The meeting will take place at Caesar's Forum Convention Center, with the headquarter hotel at Harrah's Las Vegas.

International Visitors

APS looks forward to welcoming international attendees to the March Meeting.

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Book Your Hotel

APS has secured discounted housing rates for in-person March Meeting 2023 attendees at a selection of Las Vegas hotels through Maritz Global, APS’s official housing provider. Special housing rates for in-person March Meeting attendees close on Friday, February 3, 2023.

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Travel Grants

DCMP Graduate Student Travel Awards

The Division of Condensed Matter Physics (DCMP) Graduate Student Travel Awards have been established to assist the professional development and careers of graduate student researchers. (Graduate Student) Deadline: TBD

DCOMP Travel Award

The Division of Computational Physics (DCOMP) Travel Award program was established to support the professional development of student and postdoctoral researchers. (Student/PostDoc) Deadline: TBD

DCP New Investigator Travel Awards

APS Division of Chemical Physics (DCP) New Investigator Travel Awards of up to $500 are available for graduate students and for post-doctoral researchers within two years of receiving their PhD to present a paper at a DCP-sponsored symposium at the APS March Meeting. (Grad/PostDoc) Deadline: TBD

DMP Ovshinsky Travel Award

The Ovshinsky Student Travel Awards have been established to assist the career of student researchers. The awards are named after Stanford and Iris Ovshinsky, who had a very strong interest and commitment to scientific education. (Graduate) Deadline: November 14, 2022

Learn more about the DMP Ovshinsky Travel Award

DMP Postdoctoral Travel Award

The DMP Post-Doctoral Travel Awards have been established to recognize innovative materials physics research by Post-Doctoral researchers that will be presented at the APS March Meeting. (PostDoc) Deadline: November 14, 2022

Learn more about the DMP Postdoctoral Travel Award

DPOLY Chang Yeol Ryu Travel Fund

The Division of Polymer Physics (DPOLY) offers the Chang Yeol Ryu Travel Fund to support travel of 2 students attending the APS March Meeting for the first time and presenting their research. (Students) Deadline: October 28, 2022

Learn more about the DPOLY Chang Yeol Ryu Travel Fund

DPOLY Frank J. Padden Jr. Award

The Frank J. Padden, Jr. Award, consisting of a certificate and appropriate recognition, honors a graduate student for "Excellence in Polymer Physics Research." (PhD Students) Deadline: TBD

DSOFT Future Investigator Travel Award

DSOFT is awarding travel grants of up to $500 to students, postdocs and early-career scientists who are presenting their soft matter research at professional conferences. (Undergrad, Postbac, Grad (MS or PhD), or PostDoc) Deadline: 60 days prior to travel

Learn more about the DSOFT Future Investigator Travel Award

FGSA Travel Award for Excellence in Graduate Research

The FGSA Award recognizes graduate students who have made noteworthy progress in their academic careers. (Graduate Students) Deadline: TBD

GMAG Outstanding Dissertation in Magnetism Awards

In order to encourage students working in magnetism, every year the Topical Group on Magnetism and Its Applications (GMAG) sponsors Outstanding Dissertation in Magnetism Awards. (Students) Deadline: TBD

GMAG Student Travel Awards

To increase student participation and involvement in activities essential to the Topical Group of Magnetism and Its Applications (GMAG) and the APS as a whole, GMAG will sponsor up to ten Student Travel Awards for the APS March Meeting. (Students) Deadline: November 23, 2022

Learn more about the GMAG Student Travel Awards

Explore Las Vegas (and Learn an APS Legend)

Las Vegas, NV.

For March Meeting 2023, the physics community is taking over the Entertainment Capital of the World. Meeting attendees may be engrossed by mathematical models or quantum mechanics while enjoying the neon-drenched nightlife, the star-studded shows, and the decadent dining. Perhaps in 2023, APS may even break its tradition of giving casinos record-low earnings, so goes an APS legend. Or maybe physicists, with their exceptional knowledge of probability and statistics, will continue to avoid the gaming tables. Who says that physicists can't be dazzled by both the brilliance of the latest research and the glitter of the Las Vegas Strip?

Discover Las Vegas, Nevada

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