American Physical Society

2019 Four Corners Annual Meeting

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Prescott, AZ October 11-12, 2019


The 2019 Annual Meeting of the Four Corners section of the American Physical Society (APS) will be held October 11-12, 2019.

Meeting Organization:

Information, including travel information, registration, abstract submissions, and schedule to be announced as they become available.

Selected Topics

Program Committee:

Local Organizing Committee:

Harry Lustig Award

Portrait of Harry Lustig

Information and deadlines for the Harry Lustig Award and be found at the APS website here.

About the Four Corners Section

From the APS Physics website

The Four Corners Section, established in 1997, has a strong commitment to support the work of physics students and to give them opportunities to present their research and to meet physicists in our region. To that end, we offer small, regional meetings of limited expense and activities that can reach more APS members and potential members, including students and industry physicists.

Geographically the Four Corners Section includes the states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Four Corners is the point of orthogonal intersection of the borders of these four states, the only point common to four states in the United States.

Section meetings will unite participants from colleges, universities, industry, and government laboratories. In addition, the section will contribute to greater awareness of regional activities in physics through its website and provide programs for public outreach.