2022 Physics Congress - 100 Years of Momentum

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Who is invited: Undergraduates in Physics and Astronomy, SPS advisers, SPS alumni, and Sigma Pi Sigma members

  • Location: Downtown Washington, DC
  • Dates: October 6-8, 2022
  • Partner Hotel: Omni Shoreham
  • Plenary speakers include:
    • Julianne Pollard-Larkin, Section chief for Thoracic Radiation Physics at MD Anderson Cancer Center
    • K. Renee Horton, Space Launch System (SLS) Quality Engineer at NASA
    • Rush Holt Jr., Scientist, Politician, and former CEO of American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
    • Sarah Hörst, Associate Professor of Planetary Sciences at Johns Hopkins University
  • Special Centennial Speakers include:
    • Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell
    • John Mather
    • Jim Gates
    • Eric Cornell

Local hosts:

  • The George Washington University
  • Unversity of Maryland - College Park

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Registation Types Registration Categories Early-Bird
Thru 9.6.2022
Regular
9.7 – 9.4
Onsite
After 9.5.2022
Student High School
(member/non-member)
$230/$290 $260/$290 $290/$325
Undergraduate
(member/non-member)
$230/$290 $260/$290 $290/$325
Graduate
(non-member)
$300 $300 $400
Student registrations include:
  • Access to plenaries, workshops, poster and art sessions, and interactive chapter events
  • Entrance to the EXPO featuring a graduate school fair, career fair, and physics/astronomy societies
  • Eligibility for regional physics and astronomy tours (additional fee)
  • Lunch with Scientists on October 8, 2022
  • High Energy Hot Chocolate and Game Night at The George Washington University (limited space) on October 6, 2022
  • Sigma Pi Sigma Centennial Dinner, Centennial Festival, and Dance Party (sponsored by APS) on October 8, 2022
  • Non-members will receive a one year membership in the Society of Physics Students
Professional / Non-Student (Includes teachers, professors and advisors) $ 300 $ 300 $ 400
Professional / Non-Student registrations include:
  • Access to plenaries, workshops, poster and art sessions, and interactive chapter events
  • Entrance to the EXPO featuring a graduate school fair, career fair, and physics/astronomy societies
  • Eligibility for regional physics and astronomy tours (additional fee)
  • Lunch with Scientists on October 8, 2022
  • High Energy Hot Chocolate and Game Night at The George Washington University (limited space) on October 6, 2022
  • Sigma Pi Sigma Centennial Dinner and the Centennial Festival on October 8, 2022

 

Check out the Program for the 2019 Physics Congress to see what 2022 might look like.

Read about the amazing events and people at the 2019 Physics Congress!