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2022 New England Regional Meeting


Registration

This conference is limited to the first 30 registrants.
Register here!

Overview

WHEN:
9 AM– 6 PM, June 3rd, 2022

WHERE:

Bridgewater State University. 
The Mohler-Faria Science and Mathematics
Center/Bartlett College of Science and Mathematics:
24 Park Avenue, Bridgewater, MA 02325.
Bldg. 15 campus pdf map: Campus_Map.pdf (bridgew.edu)

WHO:
You! This is a conference for instructors, faculty, staff, and industry partners interested in Advanced Physics Laboratories beyond the first year in undergrad.

WHAT:
This Regional ALPhA Conference has three goals:

1) Networking. To facilitate networking and cooperation among Advanced Lab folks in New England. Come and meet others interested in improving labs, get ideas, and local help implementing them.

2) Hands-on Experience. There are workshops and tours that participants can sign up to do. These get everyone in the lab doing an experiment or set of experiments. This is a fun way to get ideas or try something new.

3) Latest News. Come hear three speakers on Advanced Lab topics, with a focus on Optics and Photonics. (pun recognized!)  Topics range from distinguishing between optical absorption and scattering to curriculum development of photonics-oriented labs. 

Participation is limited to the first 30 registrants. No registration fee. Lunch will be provided. Logistics and Program will be emailed to participants that register and will also appear below. Download Overview.

Logistical Information

Download the logistical information for the conference. This will include getting to campus, parking, local hotel options, and presentation information.

Meeting Program

Meeting program coming soon. Also, view the ALPhA Event Participation Code of Conduct. Questions about this Regional Meeting may be directed to the 2022 AlphA New England Regional Director (ALPhA NERD), Ed Deveney of Bridgewater State University.

Picture from the 2019 New England Regional Meeting.


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