More than 7000 scientists are expected to attend the American Physical Society’s March Meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The main scientific program is scheduled for Monday–Friday, 16–20 March, but several pre-meeting tutorials and workshops will be held Saturday–Sunday, 14–15 March. Some 90 invited sessions and 550 contributed sessions will take place, and approximately 7000 papers will be presented.

The David L. Lawrence Convention Center, in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh, will host the scientific sessions. The nontechnical meetings will take place at the Westin Convention Center Hotel, which is connected by a sky-walk to the convention center. With the latest physics-related products, computer software, and scientific publications, the Exhibit Hall, also in the convention center, will be open Monday–Wednesday.

The weekend kickoff, a two-day Division of Polymer Physics short course, will highlight the physics of polymer nanocomposites. Five pre-meeting workshops on Sunday will cover professional skills development, energy research opportunities, learning...

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