Invited Sessions

  • Quantum Computing and Machine Learning in Physics
  • Materials Under Extreme Conditions and Far from Equilibrium
  • Neutron Sciences at ORNL
  • 2D States, Emerging Thin Film Materials, and Interfaces
  • Spin-Orbit Coupling: 4d/5d materials
  • Fundamental Symmetry Studies with Neutrons
  • Early Results from Jlab 12 GeV Running
  • Soft Matter, Complex Fluids and Polymers
  • Nuclear Astrophysics of the r-process (Nuclear Astro Interdisciplinary)
  • Low Energy Nuclear Physics in the FRIB Era
  • Intersections of Neutrino and Charge Lepton Scattering (Joint)
  • Intensity Frontier (Neutrinos, Muon Physics ...)
  • Energy Frontier (LHC, etc.)
  • Astrophysics and Cosmology
  • Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics
  • Photonuclear and Hadronic Physics at Low Energies

  • Poster Session: Thursday, November 8

    Grad School Fair: Friday, November 9

    Banquet: Friday, November 9

    Speaker is Jack Neely, Executive Director of the Knoxville History Project. He will speak on both local and UT science history.

    Special Sessions

  • Career Discussion Panel
  • Diversity and Inclusion: How to be an Ally