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As part of an ongoing effort to better serve the global physics community, APS has dedicated resources to further its international engagement activities. Learn more about APS programs, events, publications, and networks offered to the physics community in Canada below.
APS signs agreements with other physical societies to exchange certain member benefits. APS has a Reciprocal Membership agreement with the Canadian Association of Physicists (CAP)
CSQCD IX: From RHIC to Astrophysics, probing the quark-gluon plasma
August 1-5, 2022
Banff, Alberta, Canada
APS March Meeting 2023
March 6-10, 2023
Las Vegas, NV
APS April Meeting 2023
April 15-18, 2023
Physical Review Journals
Articles in APS News
View a listing of International Articles in APS News that have appeared over the years.
APS Forum on International Physics (FIP) Newsletter
Stay up to date with the activities of the APS Forum on International Physics by reading the most recent FIP Newsletter.
The APS Government Affairs has partnered with APS members to advocate for openness and scientific mobility in hundreds of meetings with Congressional staff across the United States. Learn more
The Task Force on Expanding International Engagement examined how the Society can better serve its international members and the global physics community. Share your feedback & ideas with us!
The APS Council of Representatives is an elected body of APS Members that addresses matters related to science and membership, including science policy. International Councilors serve a four year term and provide the perspectives and opinions of international physicists during APS Council discussions and decisions.
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
East African Institute of Fundamental Research
*excluding the United States
*APS members whose primary residence is the US are not included in these statistics.
APS is proud to honor these recipients from Canada. See more recipients from past years.
St. Thomas More Collegiate
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
As part of the 2020-2021 STEP UP Ambassador Cohort, Joe is modifying the U.S.-based STEP UP materials into Canadian-friendly lessons by increasing the representation of Canadian women and Canadian statistics. He is piloting these with his class, while also networking with the Canadian Association of Physicists and other organizations to encourage others to inspire young women to pursue physics. Through articles and presentations at workshops, Joe is disseminating information about STEP UP and gender equity in physics.