Please use this form to submit satellite events for any 2024 APS Meeting. Completion of this form before the specified deadline is REQUIRED for your event to be included on the Meeting website and in its marketing.

Please provide one entry for EACH event, and be as detailed as possible as you complete the form.  

Please see the following deadline dates below for each APS Meeting:

Deadline to submit for March Meeting: January 26, 2024

Deadline to submit for April Meeting: February 26, 2024

Deadline to submit for DAMOP Meeting: May 3, 2024

Deadline to submit for DPP Meeting: August 30, 3024

Deadline to submit for DFD Meeting: TBD

Deadline to submit for GEC Meeting: TBD

An APS Meetings staff member will contact you within 48 hours of receiving your request to schedule a consultation.



Please fill out this form to let us know which APS programs you might be interested in. We will follow up with information based on your indicated interests. 

The Northwest Section (NWS) Nominating Committee is seeking your assistance in identifying a diverse slate of outstanding candidates to run for leadership positions within the Executive Committee.

Current positions open for nomination:

  • Chair-Elect (3 year term)
  • Vice Chair (4 year term)
  • 2 Members-at-Large (4-year term)

Elected candidates will begin their terms at the end of the Spring Meeting in 2024.. Current officers are listed on the NWS website, as are officer duties and responsibilities within the unit bylaws

Deadline for nominations: January 15, 2024

Self-nominations are welcome!

The membership of APS is diverse and global, and the Executive Committees of APS Units should reflect that diversity so that all voices are involved and empowered to have an impact on our community. Nominations of members belonging to groups traditionally underrepresented in physics, such as women, LGBT+ scientists, scientists who are Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC), disabled scientists, scientists from institutions with limited resources, and scientists from outside the United States, are especially encouraged. Students and early career members are also encouraged to participate in all unit leadership committees.

As the APS Career Mentoring (CM) Fellows program continues to grow, we'd like to get some updated information from all past Fellows. Please use this form to:

  • Provide your email, geographic location, job title/employer
  • Give a list of your past volunteer activities as a CM Fellow
  • Let us know how you would like to stay involved (if at all)

We will then follow up with you with relevant volunteer or social activities so that you can be as involved as you wish. 

To complete the application you will need to create/sign into an account with To Create/Sign into APS please click on the "Have An Account? Sign In" blue button on the right. Then click on "Use Single Sign On" and create your account/sign in.

The Division of Gravitational Physics (DGRAV) offers travel grants to support the attendance of graduate or advanced undergraduate students to the APS April Meeting that will be held in Sacramento, California (April 3-6, 2024), and virtually (dates TBD).

The amount of each travel grant will be approximately $300, and grants for the virtual component will cover Early registration rates. All students who are members of the Division of Gravitational Physics and are giving talks or presenting posters at the meeting are eligible for grants. Preference will be given to applicants who have not received travel grant support to the APS April Meeting from the division in the past, but all participating DGRAV students are encouraged to submit applications. The application will request the name and email for a person (Supervisor/Advisor) who can provide a brief (1 sentence) statement of support.

Deadline for applications is January 15, 2024
Deadline for statement of support is January 22, 2024

To submit this application, sign in to your APS account by selecting “Have An Account? Sign In” on the right. Then click on “Use Single Sign On” to sign in.

The DCOMP Travel Award program was established to support the professional development of student and postdoctoral researchers. Students and postdocs who are presenting a talk in a DCOMP-sponsored or co-sponsored session at the APS March or April Meeting are invited to apply for a DCOMP Travel Award. For in-person meetings, the award provides up to $500 in travel reimbursements. For virtual meetings, the award provides meeting registration fees as well as one year of membership in APS and DCOMP.

Any student or postdoc presenting an invited talk at a DCOMP-sponsored or co-sponsored session will receive the travel award upon applying for it. For students or postdocs presenting contributed talks, the application requires a letter of support from their research advisor. Only one award per research group is allowed. A subcommittee of the DCOMP executive committee will select recipients based on merit.

Application Deadline for March Meeting 2024: December 15, 2023

Application Deadline for April Meeting 2024: February 15, 2024

Please fill out this form if you would like to apply for funding to attend the 2024 APS March Meeting. To be eligible for the award, you must have submitted an abstract under the sorting category “Undergraduate Research (APS/SPS)" sorting category - screenshot required.

OR: you must be a National Mentoring Community mentee (sign up at

We also ask that you provide a brief statement of support from a faculty supervisor or staff at your institution to verify the need for funding. 

If approved for funding, you may be required to fulfill a 2-hour volunteer role at the conference and write up a summary of your conference experience. For more information, please visit the Future of Physics Days Meeting Award Webpage

DNP is pleased to offer a limited number of travel grants to encourage graduate student participation in the 2024 APS April Meeting to be held in Sacramento, California from April 3-6, 2024. The APS April Meeting provides an excellent opportunity for students in nuclear physics to present their research, interact with potential employers, and hear about advances in a broad range of physics topics.

The DNP will provide up to 20 travel grants to graduate students who submit an application (with an advisor's supporting letter) and are accepted upon review. The award will cover the early registration fee for students participating in-person in Sacramento. Applications are due by March 1, 2024. Students should apply using the form below.

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