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Please note that only student presenters should submit an abstract through this link. For invited speakers, please use the link sent via email. Have questions? Email Simone Hyater-Adams (email@example.com)
Student Abstract submission is now closed
Each student who submits an abstract to present at the NMC conference will get feedback on their presentation and a small speaker gift for completion.
Each presenter will be assigned a 12 minute time slot. Each time slot will include a 10 minute presentation, followed by 2 minutes of Q/A from the audience. Presenters should take care that their presentation does not exceed the allotted time, in order to avoid being cut off before finishing your talk.
Each presenter will have a private virtual room for an hour that conference attendees can enter and exit freely.
Poster Presentation Tips:
Presentation of a poster provides an opportunity for effective one-to-one communication. The longer presentation time of the poster session enables you to present a more in-depth description and discussion of your work.
To make a successful poster presentation:
Before you Submit
The American Physical Society National Mentoring Community (NMC) is an effort by APS to increase the number of physics degrees earned by underrepresented minority students, defined by the project as African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and Indigenous Peoples.