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The 52nd Annual Meeting of the APS Division of Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics will take place from May 31 – June 4, 2021. Preparations for DAMOP 2021 are underway and we are planning for the probability that the meeting will be virtual.
The Program Committee has been creating an exciting set of Invited and Focus Sessions. Meanwhile, the DAMOP Officers and APS Meetings Department have been working to find an intuitive platform for online conferencing that would allow for more and simpler interactions, networking, and easier navigation than DAMOP 2020.
High quality invited and contributed presentations make DAMOP such an exciting meeting to attend. With the extremely low likelihood of physical travel, contributed abstract submission will be later than usual, opening on January 11 and closing on March 8, 2021. With DAMOP 2021, APS will be using a new abstract submission interface, and information about that process as well as the sorting categories will be posted on the DAMOP meeting website soon.
We encourage broad participation from the physics community. The DAMOP meeting will focus on the following topic areas:
View the complete list of DAMOP 2021 Abstract Sorting Categories.
January 11, 2021
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