The Quadrennial Physics Congress (PhysCon) brings together physics students, alumni, and faculty members for three days of scientific tours, frontier physics, poster presentations, interactive professional development workshops, and networking. It is the largest gathering of undergraduate physics students in the world! Hosted by Sigma Pi Sigma the physics honor society, anyone interested in physics is invited to attend.
Participants will be immersed in theme “Unifying Fields: Science Driving Innovation.” This meeting happens just once every four years, and presents unique opportunities for attendees to:
Bond with fellow physics students from across the United States and beyond.
Explore graduate programs, summer research opportunities, and workforce options.
Be inspired by renowned physicists and tours of labs and museums at the forefront of science and technology.
Grow professionally through workshops on communication, inclusion, and leadership.
Expand their understanding of physics and its variety of applications.
Present their research to fellow students, potential graduate school advisors, and potential employers.
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