Online Registration is available to members and nonmembers. Individuals registering online must pay by credit card and can immediately print a confirmation (receipt). Registration Fees do NOT include meals, parking fees, or transportation costs.
The last day for early registration is Friday, October 15, 2021, at 11:59 pm Eastern Daylight Time. The higher registration fees start at 12:00 am on October 16.
Note: The 2021 registration fees are the same for both in-person and virtual due to the additional cost of a hybrid meeting and providing two-way livestreaming, virtual access, and online storage of talks and posters.
*By joining APS DPP you can take advantage of low meeting fees and other member benefits. Registration forms and membership forms must arrive together and be accompanied with full credit card payment.**Graduate physics students may qualify for a one-year free APS DPP membership. Contact APS Membership.***Undergraduates and high school students will only see the zero dollar rates ($0) if their APS web account is configured correctly. Go here to make sure the student flag is set to "Yes" and the degree and expected degree date information is updated.
Avoid the on-site registration lines at DPP. Online Registration is open!
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You can also register by mail or fax. Please complete the DPP Registration Form. Mail or fax the form with your credit card information as per the form.
Members receive substantial discounts compared to non-members. You can join APS and DPP, renew, or reinstate your membership when you register for the meeting.
The nonmember fee is higher for both early and on-site registration. Save on registration fees by joining APS and DPP.
Nonmembers may register online. If you are not yet a member and wish to receive member discounts, you may join APS and DPP when you register.
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Registration is free for undergraduate students, but not graduate students. Undergraduates who wish to take advantage of free registration must join.
Members of APS Reciprocal Societies should NOT register online. Instead, please download and complete the DPP Registration Form. Fax or mail the form with your credit card information on the form. See the list of reciprocal member societies.
Through the Matching Membership Program, individuals residing in developing countries may apply for free membership.
We strongly recommend international attendees review the APS visa information before registering for the annual meeting. To avoid visa-related problems, review the Visa Delays page. For additional information, review the Entering the United States page.
If you require a personal letter of invitation to attend the DPP annual meeting contact Saralyn Stewart. To avoid delay when requesting a letter please include:
Allow 5-7 business days to receive your letter of invitation for visa application.
Registration Desk Location: David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Level Two
Deadline: November 4, 2021
Banquet tickets are non-refundable for both pre-meeting and on-site purchases. If you cancel your registration, you must do so in writing (email accepted). Written cancellations must be sent to APS the APS Registrar by November 4, 2021. All cancellations are assessed a $50 cancellation fee regardless of the reason for canceling.
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