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OSAPS 2017 Spring Meeting

Eastern Michigan University is hosting the Spring Meeting of the Ohio-Region Section of the APS.

Friday, May 5 and Saturday, May 6, 2017
Eastern Michigan University
Ypsilanti, MI 48197

The theme of the Spring meeting is Computation in the Physics Curriculum.

Questions? Please email the chair of the Organizing Committee at ebehringe@emich.edu.

Registration

Program

Directions

Accommodations

Sponsors

Parking

WiFi


 

Registration

Advanced registration has closed, but on-site registration will be available in Pray-Harrold.

 

Program

Come join your colleagues for two days of collaboration, learning, and communication at the 2017 Spring Meeting of the OSAPS on the Eastern Michigan University campus! Symposia on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning will focus attention on computational physics and the inclusion of computation in the undergraduate physics curriculum. A Friday evening banquet and subsequent public presentation on the role of computation in industry will also take place.

The finalized program can be found here.

 

Directions

Eastern Michigan University is located in Ypsilanti, MI.  The OSAPS 2017 Spring Meeting will primarily take place on the first floor of the Pray-Harrold Building (see our map here).  Directions to campus are available on the University's map webpage.

 

Accommodations

There are several hotels in the area that have plenty of availability.  No room blocks have been reserved.

Options include:
Mattiott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest
Ann Arbor Regent Hotel and Suites
Days Inn Ann Arbor (Special rates are available for OSAPS: $63/single, $72/double.  Ask for John during normal business hours, and mention EMU and OSAPS)
Microtel Inn and Suites
Holiday Inn

 

Sponsors

We are currently looking for sponsors for the OSAPS 2017 Spring Meeting!  If you are interested in supporting the meeting, please contact Ernie Behringer.

 

Parking

 A campus map, with buildings and parking highlighted, can be found here.

 

WiFi

 Conference attendees will have complimentary wireless access while on campus. Attendees can self-register using the "EMU-OPEN-GUEST" network or sign-in through "eduroam" if the attendee's home institution participates in Eduroam.

The Department of Physics & Astronomy is part of the College of Arts & Sciences, 214 Pray-Harrold, 734.487.4344