AIP Industrial Physics Forums

The Industrial Physics Forum (IPF) brings together research managers and decision makers from industry, academia, and government, who seek to keep abreast of research and policy issues affecting the physical sciences community.

Organized by the Corporate Associates of the American Institute of Physics (AIP), the IPF features invited-speaker sessions that complement AIP Member Society meetings. Experts from across the field discuss new applications of physics, product developments, and other opportunities for science in today’s economic environment.

The IPF offers participants opportunities to learn about innovations in the field, to interface with the people driving them, and to strategize about directions for future economic and scientific progress.

2014 Forums

IPF 2014: Capacity Building for INdustrial Physics in Developing economiesIPF 2014: Capacity Building for Industrial Physics in Developing Economies
28 September - 3 October 2014: Campinas, Brazil

 

Frontiers of Industrial and Applied Physics
In partnership with the APS Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics
March 4 - 6, 2014, Denver, CO
 

2013 Forums

test tubes lit from belowManufacturing Challenges in Emerging Technologies
October 28-29, 2013, Long Beach, CA
In Partnership with the AVS International Symposium
 

Capacity Building for Industrial Geophysics in Emerging Economies
May 17, 2013
In partnership with AGU and the Meeting of the Americas Program Committee
 

Physics and the Future Economy
March 17-19, 2013
In partnership with the APS Forum on Industrial and Applied Physics

 

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