Meetings

Meeting Presentations

APS April Meeting 2020

Session C
C08. Science and National Security:

Session H
H08. Invited talk by former NSF Director France Córdova:

Session Q
Q08. Response of Physics to the Coronavirus Pandemic:

Session X
X08. Science and International Relations:

APS April Meeting 2019 

Session B
B07. Attracting Young People to Science and Science Policy

Session C
C07. New Challenges to International Science Collaborations

Session D
D06. Secrecy and Espionage in Science

Session Q
Q07. New Energy Technologies & Policies

APS March Meeting 2019

Session V
V60. The Future of U.S. Nuclear Forces: What Do We Need?

Session X
X60. The Politics of Science Advising

Session Y
Y60. Iran, North Korea, and Nuclear Proliferation

APS April Meeting 2018

Session C
C06. Nuclear Weapons an Ballistic Missile Defense

APS March Meeting 2018

Session F
F32. FIAP-FPS Invited Session: Advancing Innovation for Industry and Society

Session H
H05. The Legacy of Millie Dresselhaus: Women, Carbon, and Society

APS April Meeting 2017

Session B
B7. Diversity in Troubled Times

Session C
C7. Nuclear Testing Limitations and Monitoring Low Level Radioactivity

Session J
J7. FPS Awards Season

Session M
M7. The Social Legacy of the Manhattan Project

Session S
S7. The Roles of Physicists in International and Nonprofit Organizations

Session U
U2. Classically Forbidden Transitions: Tunneling Through the Barriers to Advance Women and Minorities in Physics

APS April Meeting 2016

Session B
B7. Recent Discoveries in Planetary Science and Their Potential Impacts on Physics and Society

Session C
C7. Modernizing Nuclear Weapons

Session J
J7. Politicizing Science - Benefits and Costs

Session M
M7. Fracking and Physics

APS March Meeting 2016

Session R
R55. The War on Cancer: Physics Enters the Fray

APS April Meeting 2015

Session B
B12. Invited Session: Energy Research at ARPA-E

Session C
C12. Invited Session: Panel Discussion on Big Science and Challenges

Session E
E12. Invited Session: Exploration for Life in the Universe: Implications for Society

Session J
J12. Invited Sessions: Prize Session: Joseph A. Burton, Leo Szilard and John Wheatley Awards

Session K
K12. Invited Session: Carbon Capture and Sequestration

Session X
X3: Invited Session: Nuclear Scientists and Nuclear Emergency Response

APS March Meeting 2015

Session L
L24. Invited Session: Pais Prize Session: Physics at the Intersection of History, Technology and Society

Session M
M3. Invited Session: Artificial Intelligence: Existential Risk or Boon to Humanity

Session S
S19. Invited Session: Additive Manufacturing: The Promises and Risks

APS April Meeting 2014

Session B
B17. Invited Session: Hyperloop and other Transportation Ideas

Session E
E17. Invited Session: Extreme Energy Efficiency

Session J
J17. Invited Session: Joseph A. Burton Forum Award and Leo Szilard Lectureship Award

Session U
U17. Invited Session: Physics Research and Innovation

Session Y
Y17. Invited Session: Popularizing Physics

APS March Meeting 2014

Session F
F38. Invited Session: Keyhole to the World: Public Access to Satellite Data for Environmental, Security, and Social Ends

APS April Meeting 2013

Session H
H6. Invited Speakers: Low Carbon Electricity

APS March Meeting 2013

Session F
F9. Invited Session: The Impact of Hydraulic Fracturing

Session U
U10. Invited Session: Science in the New Administration

APS April Meeting 2012

Session B
B6. Invited Session: FPS Awards

Session Q
Q5. Invited Speakers: New Developments in Radiation Detection Technologies

Session T
T4. Panel Discussion: American Science & America's Future

Session W
W5. Invited Session: Nuclear Energy, Post-Fukushima

APS March Meeting 2012

APS April Meeting 2011

APS April Meeting 2009

Denver, CO
May 2-5, 2009

FPS Sessions

Physicists Contribute Insights to the Energy and Environment Debate

27th Annual Conference of the National Association of Environmental Professionals
Dearborn, Michigan
June 26, 2002

Presentations from the Panel