The inaugural meeting of the Mid-Atlantic section of the APS was held at Penn State University on October 3-5,  2014.

Congratulations to the presentation prize winners!  Prize winners pictures below

Undergraduate Posters
First Prize: Maria Crespo (Penn State U., U. Carlos Tres)
Second Prize: Christopher Boughter (U. Maryland College Park)
Third Prize: Joseph Pollichemi / Michael Evans  (Villanova U.)

Graduate Posters
First Prize: Justin Lanfranchi (Penn State U.)
Second Prize: Lea Hagen (Penn State U., Astro)
Third Prize: Massooma Pirbhai (Lehigh U.)

Undergraduate Oral Presentations
First Prize: Jacob Shevrin (Penn State U.)
Second Prize: Sylvia Biscoveanu (Penn State U.)
Third Prize: Dhruv Dixit (SUNY Stony Brook)

Graduate Oral Presentations
First Prize: Laura Zundel (Penn State U.)
Second Prize: Zhengjun Wang (West Virginia U.)
Third Prize: Beatrice Bonga (Penn State U.)


The Mid-Atlantic Section (MAS) is a new APS unit that serves District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Its goal is to strengthen the physics community in the region and to aid APS in its mission to advance and diffuse the knowledge of physics at the regional level.

Link to our Flyer



Penn State University is committed to an open, sensitive, understanding, and responsive campus environment. All participants of this conference are asked to all work together to discourage behavior within our community that is dehumanizing, including sexual harassment. For more information, see http://www.psu.edu/dept/aaoffice/sexharass.htm

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