Division of Particles & Fields
The objective of the Division is the study of fundamental particles and fields, their structure, their interactions and interrelationships, the design and development of high energy accelerators, and the design and development of instrumentation techniques for high energy physics.
Congratulations to Our Newest APS Fellows
Congratulations to New Prize & Award Recipients
2017 J.J. Sakurai Prize for Theoretical Particle Physics
Gordon L. Kane, University of Michigan
Howard E. Haber, University of California, Santa Cruz
John F. Gunion, University of California, Davis
Sally Dawson, Brookhaven National Laboratory
2017 J.J. and Noriko Sakurai Dissertation Award in Theoretical Physics
Ian Moult, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2017 Henry Primakoff Award for Early-Career Particle Physics
Tracy R. Slatyer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2017 Robert R. Wilson Prize for Achievement in the Physics of Particle Accelerators
Anton Piwinski, DESY
James Bjorken, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Laboratory
Sekazi Mtingwa, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2016 Mitsuyoshi Tanaka Dissertation Award in Experimental Particle Physics
Adish Pradeep Vartak, University of California, San Diego
Upcoming Meetings2017 Meeting of the APS Division of Particles and Fields (DPF 2017)
July 31-August 4, 2017
APS April Meeting 2018
April 14-17, 2018
Call for Nomination of Candidates for the DPF Instrumentation Award
The deadline for nominations is June 15, 2017.
Call for the Nomination of Candidates for the Robert R. Wilson Prize
The deadline for nominations is Friday June 30, 2017
DPF 2017 Meeting
The 2017 Division of Particles and Fields meeting will be held at Fermilab on July 31 through August 4, 2017, during the year of Fermilab’s 50th anniversary.
U.S. Particle Physics: Building for Discovery
Particle physics is a dynamic, successful, and global field. The U.S. particle physics community has come together to develop a clear vision for the future.