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As part of an ongoing effort to serve the global physics community, APS provides resources to deepen its international engagement with physicists worldwide. Learn more about APS programs, events, publications, and networks offered to physicists in Oceania.
Any statistics listed on this page are representative of APS Members in Australia, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Micronesia (Federated States of), Nauru, New Zealand, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tonga, Tuvalu, and Vanuatu.
FGSA Travel Award for Excellence in Graduate Research
Recognizes graduate students who have made noteworthy progress in academics, covers travel expenses to attend a scientific conference or workshop. Learn more
Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Fundamental Physics Innovation Awards
The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation Fundamental Physics Innovation Awards provide funding to bring people together to discuss and collaborate on ideas to advance research in the physics of fundamental particles and interactions. Learn more
APS signs agreements with other physical societies to exchange certain member benefits. Learn more
March Meeting 2022
February 28-March 4, 2022
April Meeting 2022
April 9-12, 2022
New York, NY
Physical Review Journals
Articles in APS News about this Region
View a listing of articles that have appeared in the International News column of APS News.
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.
*APS members whose primary residence is the US are not included in these statistics.
Physicists in some countries may qualify for free APS Membership through the APS Matching Membership Program. For more information regarding this program or APS Membership in general, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Ahmadou Wagué (Board)
Universite Cheikh, Dakar
Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences