COLLEGE PARK, MD -- The American Physical Society's annual March Meeting will take place entirely online March 15-19, 2021. More than 11,000 physicists are expected to attend the largest physics meeting of the year, where they will present and discuss groundbreaking research from industry, academia, and major labs.
Complimentary registration is available to credentialed media for the express purpose of gathering and reporting news and information from the meeting. Those who have not previously attended APS meetings as press or do not directly receive the APS journals tip sheet may submit a request for APS press credentials by completing the form on this page or by clicking on the link below.
All prospective attendees must register to access the virtual meeting platform. Users who have not registered for an APS meeting since August 2019 will need to set up an aps.org account by clicking on the "Forgot Password?" link on the general registration page. The "Forgot Password?" link may also be used to reset the password for an existing account. Members of the media with valid APS press credentials will see the "Full Registration" option with no associated fee. Please contact the APS Press Office at email@example.com with any questions about press registration.
Meeting highlights and press releases will be distributed in the coming months. Please subscribe to "APS Meetings" updates when applying for APS press credentials or by clicking on the "Manage Email Preferences" link at the bottom of any APS journals tip sheet.
The American Physical Society is a nonprofit membership organization working to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics through its outstanding research journals, scientific meetings, and education, outreach, advocacy, and international activities. APS represents over 55,000 members, including physicists in academia, national laboratories, and industry in the United States and throughout the world. Society offices are located in College Park, Maryland (Headquarters), Ridge, New York, and Washington, DC.