March Meeting 2006

Every March the American Physical Society hosts a meeting for condensed matter physics. It is a huge event-- this year there are close to 6,000 physicists here. You learn about the goings on in the physics world in rapid-fire 10 minute talks. You might not think that you could learn much in a 10 minute talk, but most groups that are presenting new results have multiple group members giving talks. So after seeing 3-4 talks from the same group, you do feel like you have learned something. Anyway, I'm off to another session soon, so more later...

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