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Abstract Submission Instructions
Steps and requirements for submitting contributed and invited abstracts
Using special mathematical notation and specialized characters
RTF Template Help
Advice on when and how to use Rich Text Format (RTF) submissions
Most common questions asked about submitting abstracts
If you encounter any problems at any point in the abstract submission process, please email APS Abstract Help or call the APS Abstract Help Line (301) 209-3290 during regular business hours (USA Eastern Time).
Abstract Submission Policies
Policies regarding abstract submission and presentation at the March and April Meetings.
Guidelines for session chairs, session speakers, and poster presenters, as well as information about audio-visual equipment.
Code of Conduct
All participants at APS meetings are expected to follow and abide by the APS Code of Conduct policy.
This year, the March Meeting is upgrading to a new online abstract management system called ScholarOne. Abstract submission will open in September.