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Registration for DNP 2019 here (starting May 2019).

[CEU students: Please follow these instructions instead.]

The link to the registration page also includes the opportunity to make accommodations to stay at the conference hotel at reduced rate.

Registration Categories & Deadlines Members Non Members Students/ Unemployed Postdoc Members Companions
Early Registration (by September 1st) $315 $600 $125 $175 $60
Late Registration (by October 8) $390 $750 $200 $250 $75
On-site Registration $465 $900 $275 $325 $100
Banquet tickets*(Advanced/On-site) $70/$85 $70/$85 $70/$80 $70/$80 $70/$85

The companion fee covers the reception. There will be an orientation tea on the afternoon of the first day (Monday) at which tourist information will be provided. A recommended excursion is to Mount Vernon (

Non-member registration is for non APS members who wish to attend the sessions or for vendors at the meeting.

Physicists who are members of National Physical Societies having a reciprocal agreement with the American Physical Society are considered to be members of the APS for purposes of registration. Examples include the Canadian Association of Physicists, the Physical Society of Japan, the German Physical Society, the IoP of the UK, etc.

Complete Conference Coordinators, Inc. will serve as the conference coordinator, handling registration and hotel reservations.

*The banquet will be held on Wednesday evening, October 16, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel. An after-dinner talk will be presented:

Sylvester James Gates
Ford Foundation Professor of Physics at Brown University and Vice-President of the APS

Impressions From The Front Lines of Policy Advising From A Theoretical Physicist

Though the speaker is a theoretical physicist researching mathematical foundations of "supersymmetry" in particle, field, and string theory, by quirks of fate his career, he has led a second life with stints of advising to the NSF, DoE, DoD, the State of Maryland School Board, and the Executive Office of the President of the United States.  The "laws of nature in this second life" are very different from those in his first one.  Reflections on these differences are the subject of this talk.



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