The DPF drives the U.S. particle physics community planning process, connects to other divisions and to a broader international community, and provides networking and resources for its members (for example, student travel support to meetings). The more DPF members we can engage, the more APS resources we have access to, and the stronger our community will be. International members are very welcome. Information on how to check your unit membership is below.
In particular, currently the DPF is organizing a response to the European Strategy Group’s call for scientific white papers. DPF will also be organizing the next “Snowmass” community planning process, for which activities will start next year.
If you were a DPF member on Aug 31, you are eligible to vote in the next DPF election, which opened on Sept 7 and will remain open for six weeks:
The DPF Executive Committee
APS Unit Membership Information
Here are general benefits of APS membership:
If you are not an APS member, you can join here:
Students can join at a reduced rate, and for free for their first year:
If you are already an APS member, and you are not sure if you are also a DPF member, you can check whether you are by doing the following:
Go to the member page:
Sign in at “My member profile”, and click on the “membership” tab. To add a unit, click on the “Add Unit” button.