Undergraduate Physics Research Conference

The annual Wayne State University Undergraduate Physics Conference, hosted by the Society of Physics Students, is an opportunity for undergraduate students to present research done in the fields of Astronomy, Biomedical Physics, and General Physics.

12th Annual Undergraduate Physics Research Conference

Date: November 15th, 2018

Where: 245 Physics Research Building 666 W. Hancock Detroit, MI 48201

(link to Wayne state map: http://maps.wayne.edu/)

Registration/Abstract Submission Deadline: November 9th

Complete the following form if you wish to present at the Undergraduate Physics Conference: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3YTP8FV

If your abstract requires special formatting, send an e-mail to wsusps@gmail.com to register for the event. Include your academic standing (freshman, sophomore, etc.) and how many people you are bringing with you. Your abstract must have your title, name of the institution you are a part of, the abstract for the poster and the name of your research adviser.

Prizes will be awarded for best poster presentations.

$1 donation is appreciated to support the event.

Schedule of Events

2:00-2:30   Arrival

2:30-3:00   Introductory Remarks
Sigma Pi Sigma Induction
Presentation of Undergraduate Scholarships

3:00-4:00   Howard Matthew, PhD; Wayne State University

4:00-5:00 Abbie Stevens, PhD; Michigan State University

5:00 – 6:00   Poster Session

6:00 – 6:25   Lab Tours

6:25-7:00   Poster Awards and Dinner

7:00-8:00   Planetarium Show (Optional)

Questions? E-mail: sps@physics.wayne.edu or wsusps@gmail.com

For this conference, we recommend parking in Parking Structure 2 (credit card only). Information regarding parking can be found at:

http://parking.wayne.edu/visitors/index.php

There is also a lot across the street from the planetarium on the corner of Cass and Hancock (next to Tim Horton’s). This lot costs $5 (cash only) and is not run by the University, but is a fine place to park if you’d prefer. You can also find free street parking south of campus, but the parking structure or the private lot across the street are probably the easiest options.

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