APS 4CS 2021 Meeting
Held virtually at University of Colorado Boulder
October 8-9, 2021
Thanks everyone for a great meeting.
Outstanding Student Presentation Awards
Spherical Cow Award
We will be using the Morressier platform for the conference (except for the public talk on Friday evening and the business meeting on Saturday). This runs on a web browser (the preferred browser is Chrome), and you should not have to install any software.
An email was sent to registered participants with information on how to connect to the Morressier page for our event. Please sign in using your APS login account. (There should be an "APS ID" button on the login page.) This will ensure that your information in Morressier matches your registration and abstract submission information.
If you are a speaker or session chair, you should have already been contacted by email with a link to the "backstage area" for the relevant session. Please use that link to connect for your talk/session.
In Morressier, ALL SESSION TIMES APPEAR IN THE TIME ZONE OF YOUR COMPUTER. Please note that the in the APS Timetable ALL TIMES ARE POSTED IN MDT.
Public Lecture: "Nuclear Science: from Fundamental Physics to Medical Technology"
Cynthia Keppel - Hall A and C leader at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility; University Endowed Professor at Hampton University; Fellow of the American Physical Society
Dr. Keppel will give a public lecture on Friday October 8th at 6:30 PM Mountain Time. Connection info will be posted in October.
Francisco Elohim Becerra, University of New Mexico
Joseph Berry, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Arjun Dey, NSF's NOIRLab
Jose Jimenez, Univeristy of Colorado Boulder
Maria Kazachenko, National Solar Observatory and University of Colorado Boulder
Carsten Rott, University of Utah
Bethany Wilcox, University of Colorado Boulder
Harry Lustig Award Finalists:
About the Four Corners Section
The Four Corners Section, established in 1997, has a strong commitment to support the work of physics students and to give them opportunities to present their research and to meet physicists in our region. To that end, we offer small, regional meetings of limited expense and activities that can reach more APS members and potential members, including students and industry physicists.
Geographically the Four Corners Section includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Four Corners is the point of orthogonal intersection of the borders of these four states, the only point common to four states in the United States.
Section meetings will unite participants from colleges, universities, industry, and government laboratories. In addition, the section will contribute to greater awareness of regional activities in physics through its website and provide programs for public outreach.
Abstract Submission (now closed)
Abstract submission opens: August 1st
Abstract submission deadline: Friday September 10th (Now closed)
Abstract submission link (for talks and posters): http://abstracts.aps.org/
Note that you must be a member of the APS to submit an abstract for a contributed talk or poster. You can join the APS at this link. Note that a student membership to the APS is free for this first year. More info on student memberships can be found at www.aps.org/membership/student.cfm . Please be sure to use the same email address for your APS account when you register for the meeting.
Accepted contributed talks will likely be 10 minutes long, with additional time for questions.
Registration Info (now closed)
Please register using this registration link. For regular members and non-members please select the "Attendee" registration type. You do not need to be an APS member to register, but you must have a free APS web account to register. You can create a web account here.
Registration deadline is Monday October 4.
Deadline to request student support for the registration fee: September 27 (see details below).
To receive the APS member rates listed above, you must have a current paid APS membership. (Note that membership is free for the first year for students in physics, related science, and engineering graduate and undergraduate programs.)