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Travel & Hotels

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

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Las Vegas, NV.

APS looks forward to welcoming you to March Meeting 2023 in Las Vegas, Nevada, on March 5–10, 2023 at Caesars Forum Convention Center, with the headquarters hotel at Harrah's Las Vegas.

Book your hotel

APS has secured discounted housing rates for in-person March Meeting 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, Feb. 3, 2023.

Browse our hotel options and book your room

International visitors

The APS International Affairs team has compiled resources for international visitors to the United States that will help you plan a stress-free March Meeting travel experience.

Learn more about the visa application process

Travel and Caregiver Grants

A number of awards and grants to help offset the cost of attendance are open to applications from March Meeting attendees. Students, in particular, are encouraged to apply.

  • DCOMP Travel Award
    Open to students and postdocs presenting in a DCOMP session, the award provides up to $500 in travel reimbursements for in-person meetings. For virtual meetings, the award covers meeting registration fees as well as a one-year membership in APS and DCOMP.
    Apply until Dec. 15, 2022
  • GPC Student & Early Career Investigator Award
    To apply for the scholarship, applicants should submit a CV, an abstract for a contributed (10 minute) talk, and a short summary (200-300 words) of how their work fits with the GPC mission.
    Apply until Dec. 11, 2022
  • FIP Distinguished Student Program (DS)
    Since 2015, the APS and Forum on International Physics (FIP) established the Distinguished Student Program (DS) to provide outstanding non-US young researchers with financial support to participate in the APS Meetings.
    Apply until Dec. 21, 2022
  • FOEP Travel Award
    Graduate students presenting abstracts related to outreach or the engagement of the public are welcome to apply. Applications open Jan. 1, 2023. The deadline is Feb. 1, 2023.
    Learn more about the FOEP Travel Award
  • DCP New Investigator Travel Awards
    Awards of up to $500 are available for graduate students and post-doctoral researchers within two years of receiving their PhD to present a paper at a DCP-sponsored symposium at the March Meeting.
    Learn more about the DCP New Investigator Travel Awards
  • DSOFT Future Investigator Travel Award
    Travel grants of up to $500, open to members of DSOFT who are students, postdocs and early-career scientists.
    Applications are due 60 days prior to travel for the March Meeting
  • DLS Student Travel Grant Program
    Through this program, DLS provides partial funding (up to $1000/grant) for travel expenses for a limited number of graduate or undergraduate students to attend and participate in person at CLEO, the APS March meeting, or Frontiers In Optics/Laser Science.
    Apply until Feb. 1, 2023
  • DLS Child Care Grant Program
    Grants of up to $1000 are available to assist DLS members who are participating (in-person or virtually) in the APS March meeting, CLEO or FiO/LS who incur extra childcare expenses to be able to participate in these conferences (e.g., extra daycare or babysitting services).
    Apply until Feb. 1, 2023
  • Virtual March Meeting Child Care Grants
    Grants of up to $500 are available for APS virtual meeting attendees who incur extra expenses for child or elder care during the meeting.
    Apply until Feb. 21, 2023

Past application deadlines

  • DBIO Student Travel Awards
    Early-career DBIO members, including undergrads, graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, and faculty members may apply for grants of up to $400.
    Apply until Oct. 30, 2022
  • DCMP Graduate Student Travel Awards
    Awards of $800 are available to assist the professional development and careers of graduate student researchers.
    Apply until Nov. 28, 2022
  • DMP Ovshinsky Travel Award
    The awards have been established to assist the career of student researchers.
    Apply until Nov.14, 2022
  • DMP Postdoctoral Travel Award
    Awards of $1,200 recognize postdocs presenting during a DMP Focus Topic at the March Meeting.
    Apply until Nov. 14, 2022
  • DPOLY Frank J. Padden Jr. Award
    This award honors a graduate student for "Excellence in Polymer Physics Research."
    Apply until Oct. 20, 2022
  • DPOLY Chang Yeol Ryu Travel Fund
    Two awards of $1,000 will support travel to the March Meeting for first-time student attendees to present their research.
    Apply until Oct. 28, 2022
  • GMAG Student Travel Awards
    Up to ten awards covering the cost of student registration for the March Meeting will be given, with an additional $200 available to students at non-US institutions.
    Apply until Nov. 23, 2022
  • GMAG Outstanding Dissertation in Magnetism Awards
    Advisors are encouraged to nominate outstanding students. In addition to an invited talk at the March Meeting, students will receive a $500 prize and $250 toward travel expenses. Both advisors and students must be GMAG members.
    Apply until Aug. 26, 2022
  • GSNP Postdoctoral Speaker Award
    This award seeks to recognize the best contributed talk at the APS March Meeting by a postdoctoral researcher in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
    Apply until Nov. 11, 2022
  • GSNP Student Speaker Award
    This award seeks to recognize the best contributed talk at the APS March Meeting by a postdoctoral researcher in the area of Statistical and Nonlinear Physics.
    Apply until Nov. 11, 2022

More Information

COVID-19 guidelines

APS is focused on ensuring safe and productive meetings for all participants.

Attendees

APS looks forward to welcoming our attendees and presenters to March Meeting 2023.

About March Meeting 2023

Learn about the APS March Meeting 2023.