One last conference

This week I will be at the APS March Meeting, the largest physics conference in the world (?).  Although I am no longer working as a physicist, I have a presentation about the work I did just before leaving.

Will I blog about it?  Eh, I didn’t always blog about it in previous years.  But my experience may be a little different this time because I can focus on talks that interest me, instead of the ones that are relevant to my work.  Anyone want to suggest something from among the 800+ sessions?


  1. Rob Grigjanis says

    Some that caught my eye;

    B28. Focus Quantum Thermodynamics – from Quantum Information Theory to Statistical Mechanics
    C51. Focus Coherence and Quantum Aspects of Living Systems I
    E58. Invited Quantum Foundations
    L26. Focus Quantum Foundations I
    Q65. Rock-n-Roll Physics Sing-along
    R42. Invited Progress in Quantum Thermodynamics

    There were a couple with Origami in the title!

  2. says

    @Rob Grigjanis,
    I’d usually avoid the focus sessions if they’re on a subject I’m not very familiar with. However, I’m amused by one of the talks in L26 called “The Ironic Many-Worlds Interpretation of Quantum Theory”.

    Atomic origami is nothing like paper origami, but I’m definitely checking those out. Soft matter physics tends to be pretty neat even when I don’t understand most of it.

  3. Rob Grigjanis says

    I didn’t look at the details of the sessions, so I missed the MW talk. Not seeing the irony in the abstract, but Matt Leifer’s a smart guy with a sense of humour, so could be good.

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