In response to the cancelled APS March Meeting, postdocs and graduate students will be hosting a "virtual" Princeton Physics March Meeting this Thursday, March 5, from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. in PCTS seminar room 407.
The APS conference cancellation was particularly painful for the many graduate students and postdoctoral researchers who had spent weeks preparing their presentations. This pop-up "virtual" Princeton March Meeting will provide an opportunity for the students and researchers to practice their presentation skills and discuss their results.
The talks will be live-streamed and we hope to share talk video recordings to the APS March meeting website, which has prepared an online repository to link talk recordings to the APS program of abstracts. We hope to create a broader outreach of our research beyond Princeton, as we will advertise it across the various social media platforms.
We are looking forward to having postdocs from other labs joining Dr. Berthold Jaeck from the Yazdani lab in organizing this event to secure broad support for this event. Please feel free to contact Berthold Jaeck directly (email@example.com).
We encourage you to present your work at this event, which provides a great opportunity for students and researchers affected by the March meeting cancellation and makes the best out of this unfortunate situation.
Our colleagues at the Princeton Center for the Physics of Biological Function (CPBF) will be organizing their own "Mini-March Meeting" on Thursday, March 5 from 3-5 PM in Icahn 280. Click here for the CPBF schedule of speakers.