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2022 New York Regional Meeting

Check this SUNY New Paltz event page for links to talk recordings!


This conference is limited to the first 35 registrants.
Register here!


9 AM– 5:30 PM, June 17th, 2022


Science Hall

SUNY New Paltz

New Paltz, NY 12561


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

This Regional ALPhA Conference has three goals:

1) Networking. To facilitate networking and cooperation among Advanced Lab folks in the New York Region. 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.

**Special Make-and-Take workshop! Participants will be introduced to MicroPython and the TinyPICO microcontroller with applications of an environmental sensor, an alpha particle count, or an I-V diode curve measurement. This workshop must be pre-registered and has a cost of $40.

3) Enhance Your Teaching. Hear four speakers share their work on teaching techniques and experiments for the Advanced Lab and share your own ideas in breakout sessions.

Participation is limited to the first 35 registrants. No registration fee (except for the special workshop). Breakfast, lunch, and coffee will be provided. Details and full schedule will be available at our event page.

Download Overview.

Logistical Information

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

Check this SUNY New Paltz event page for up-to-date information.

Meeting Program

Download the Program. Also, view the ALPhA Event Participation Code of Conduct.

Questions about this Regional Meeting may be directed to the 2022 ALPhA New York Regional Director, Catherine Herne.

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