Register Now for AUPAC 2023

Registration Open!

AUPAC2023 Is now open for registration and abstract submission. AUPAC has been an integral part of Science Atlantic’s 60 year history, a conference which boasts increasingly creative and innovative events and presentations with each annual installment. Physics and Astronomy students won’t want to miss out!

Below is a message from the conference organizers:

The Annual Atlantic Undergraduate Physics and Astronomy Conference (AUPAC 2023) is now open for registration! 
This year, AUPAC is being hosted in person at Saint Mary’s University (SMU) in Halifax Nova Scotia, from February 3rd-5th. Students who register before December 19th receive a discounted rate – however registration will remain open until mid-January, 2023. 
AUPAC is an undergraduate conference that is hosted by an institution in the Atlantic provinces each year in conjunction with Science Atlantic. This is an amazing opportunity for undergraduate students to get first-hand experience with academic research conferences, and to make connections with people from across Atlantic Canada! This is the first time since 2020 that AUPAC is being hosted in person, and we are so excited to welcome you all to SMU!
To register, please click the link below:
For students interested in giving a student presentation at AUPAC, submit your abstract using the following Google Form: AUPAC 2023 Student Talk Abstract Submission. Deadline to submit abstracts: January 10th, 2023. For more information about AUPAC, please visit our website linked below:
Attendees are responsible for their room accommodations for the weekend, and accommodation costs are not included in the registration fee. The Westin hotel is kindly offering a discounted rate based on availability to attendees of AUPAC, which will become available to participants upon registration. Be mindful to register early to receive the discount link.
Thanks everyone! We hope you will join us at Saint Mary’s in February. 
Your hosts, 
Katherine Myers and Rebecca Hamel
Saint Mary’s University Department of Astronomy and Physics

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