Check out these FECS sessions at the March Meeting!

The APS virtual March meeting is just around the corner! Although we are not meeting in person, FECS will spare no effort on ensuring a meeting that is as successful as before. We are hosting the following three invited sessions to highlight the contributions from early career scientists in science, industry, and international collaboration: 

Session E58: What Do Early-Career Physicists Do? A Diversity of Career Options (co-host with FIAP)
Time: 8:00 AM–11:00 AM (central time), Tuesday, March 16, 2021
View in APS Bulletin
Invited speakers:

  • Monica Cheng, Amazon 
  • Calvin J Patel, Morgan Stanley 
  • Yue Zhang, Facebook Inc 
  • Maika Takita, IBM 
  • Kenneth Gotlieb, University of California, Berkeley 

Session F62: Young Investigators in low dimensional quantum materials 
Time: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM (central time), Tuesday, March 16, 2021
View in APS Bulletin
Invited speakers: 

  • Andrew J Mannix, Stanford University 
  • Fang Liu, Stanford University 
  • Dillon Wong, Princeton University 
  • Chenhao Jin, UCSB 
  • Guorui Chen, Shanghai JiaoTong University 

Session S10: Top Quality Early Career Science in Europe (co-host with FIP)  
Time: 11:30 AM–2:30 PM (central time), Thursday, March 18, 2021
View in APS Bulletin
Invited speakers: 

  • Toma Susi, University of Vienna, Austria 
  • Alessandro Casaburi, University of Glasgow, UK 
  • Damien Voiry, University of Montpellier, France 
  • Francesco Di Stasio, Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia, IIT 
  • Angelo Bassi, University of Trieste, Italy

See you there!

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