AMERICAN PHYSICAL SOCIETY
TOPICAL GROUP ON FEW-BODY SYSTEMS AND MULTIPARTICLE DYNAMICS

WHO WE ARE

The APS Topical Group on Few-Body Systems and Multiparticle Dynamics was formed in January, 1985. We are an umbrella organization of atomic, molecular, nuclear, particle, mathematical, ... physicists, as well as quantum chemists, who are interested in the dynamics of "simple" systems. Such systems have relatively few degrees of freedom at some energy scale, and their study provides significant information about the dynamics of systems in a given area of physics. Because we are an interdisciplinary group, many of our sessions at APS meetings are held jointly with other Groups and Divisions and feature specific "themes" from different fields.

HOW TO JOIN

To join any topical group, American Physical Society (APS) membership is required. All physicists who are APS members and who have an interest in few-body problems are encouraged to sign up for the Topical Group. Those who are not members are encouraged to join the APS.

Group Bylaws

List of Officers

Meetings of Interest

Topical Group APS Fellows

Newsletters

Useful Sites

Fundamental Constants

The Chart of the Nuclides

Review of Particle Physics

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