Fall Meeting of the Ohio Section
October 17-18, 2003 Meeting ID: OSF03 Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio Website: http://www.phys.cwru.edu/events/OSF03/ Online Abstract Submission: abstracts.aps.org
This website has been updated on October 15, with the latest on the program and a link to the accepted abstracts list.
If you wish to go right to the program details, the abstract information, the registration and banquet information, or the housing, parking, and directions section, please click on the corresponding label on the navigator bar above. These different subjects are also (briefly and incompletely) described (and linked) below in this "OSF03" section, but which expands upon what is found on the APS announcement for this meeting. In addition, the contact information, the organizing committee, and the OS/APS leadership are listed.
An attractive poster with pictures you'll not soon forget is here. This poster is also being mailed to nearby physics departments and OS/APS members.
Introduction and Deadline for Registration and Abstracts
The APS Ohio Section Meeting will be held Friday and Saturday, October 17-18, 2003, at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. Registration and Abstract Submission have the same deadline of September 19, 2003.
About the Program and Registration
The general theme of the plenary talks is "Physicists Get Down to Business." Parallel sessions of contributed papers, however, are unrestricted in subject matter. The meeting is co-sponsored by the AAPT Ohio Section, with the co-theme of "No Physics Teacher Left Behind."
With respect to the industrial physics theme, the meeting emphasizes participation by physicists in industry as well as academia and government laboratories, especially from institutions located in the Ohio, Michigan and surrounding areas. Plenary talks on the physics and business of entrepreneurship are to be presented on Friday afternoon and Saturday morning. The Friday afternoon poster session and the Saturday morning parallel sessions (which consist of ten-minute contributed papers) are open to all APS and AAPT attendants, with special encouragement extended to graduate and undergraduate student participants. At least one parallel session will include papers on industrial and clinical imaging.
With respect to the physics teacher co-theme, the meeting has Saturday education workshops, and the familiar "how I do it" session. "The Art of Changing the Brain" and "The Fantastic Physics of Comic Book Superheroes" are the respective subjects of the Friday evening after-dinner and the Saturday afternoon after-lunch speakers. Up-to-date details on the program is available at program.
For a description of registration and meal costs and a registration form (that can be downloaded and mailed in) see housing. NOTE THAT THE OS/AAPT MEMBERS SHOULD NOT REGISTER WITH THIS FORM. They will receive a separate registration package through their normal OS/AAPT sectional meeting procedures.
Contributed papers dealing with all areas of physics education and original research were solicited from both APS and AAPT members, for both oral and poster sessions. The accepted abstracts for the poster and oral contributions can now be found at http://www.aps.org/meet/OSF03/baps. The receipt deadline for all submitted abstracts was September 23, 2003 by 5:00 PM EDT.
Location, Housing, Directions, and Maps
Case Western Reserve University is located in Cleveland's University Circle, the 500-acre, park-like home of more than 40 cultural, medical, educational, religious, and social service institutions. The University is about five miles east of downtown Cleveland on Euclid Avenue (U.S. Routes 6, 20, and 322). Most road maps of Ohio have the University clearly indicated.
The campus is easily accessible from downtown locations and major highways by car, public transportation, or taxi. For general university-provided information on traveling directly to the CWRU campus, please see the CWRU directions. For recommended housing and directions to that housing that we have put together for you for this conference, as well as some useful map links, please see housing.
Robert Brown Department of Physics Case Western Reserve University 10900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106-7079 Phone: (216)368-4010 Cell: (440)666-1953 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Cyrus Taylor Department of Physics Case Western Reserve University 10900 Euclid Avenue Cleveland, OH 44106-7079 Phone: (216)368-3710 Cell: (216)571-3535 email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Cyrus Taylor, CWRU (co-chair)
- Shmaryu Shvartsman, Philips Medical Systems
- Bahram Roughani, Kettering
- Joellen O'Neill, Collinwood High School (OS/AAPT chair)
- Gerald Mearini, GenVac Aerospace
- Stephen Majoros, Lorain County Community College
- Jingzhi Liu, Cleveland Clinic
- Kenneth Hass, Ford Motor Company
- Mark Haacke, Wayne State
- Carl Garesche, Alcoa
- Hiroyuki Fujita, USA Instruments (GE Medical Systems)
- Gordon DeMeester, Philips Medical Systems
- Robert Brown, CWRU (co-chair)
OSAPS LEADERSHIP AND SERVICE: 2003-2004
|Vice Chair:||Elizabeth Mann||KSUfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Secretary:||Kimberly Coplin||Denisonemail@example.com|
|Treasurer:||Klaus Fritsch||John Carrollfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Treasurer:||Brad Trees||Ohio Wesleyanemail@example.com|
|Membership:||Fred Trexler||Spring Arbor C.||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Associate Membership:||Graciela Lacueva||John Carrollemail@example.com|
|Past Chair:||Paul Wolf||AFIT||937-255-3636, x4560||Paul.Wolf@afit.edu|
|Past Past Chair:||Robert Brown||CWRUfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Awards Chair:||Robert Hengehold||AFIT||937-255-3636,email@example.com|
|Council Rep.:||Perry Yaney||UDayton||37-229-2221||Perry.Yaney@notes.udayton.edu|
|Web Master:||Roger Rollins||OhioUfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Fall Meeting Coordinator:||Robert Brown||CWRUemail@example.com|