Scientific Program

Conference Series Ltd invites all the participants across the globe to attend 5th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics Vienna, Austria.

Day 1 :

Keynote Forum

Ling Jun Wang

University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

Keynote: Unification of gravitational and electromagnetic forces

Time : 09:30-10:05

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Ling Jung Wang is a physics professor at University of Tennessee at Chattanooga of USA. His major interest is in theoretical physics (particle physics, relativity and cosmology). He has many fundamental issues with relativity and the Big Bang cosmology. The details can be found in his publication “Hundred years of general relativity – a critical view” and other related publications. Ling Jun Wang have proposed an alternative theory “Dispersive Extinction Theory (DET)” to explain the cosmic red shift instead of ascribing it as due to the expansion of the universe [Physics Essays, 18, 2 (2005). DET allows a stable universe infinite in space and time. My most recent work is “Unification of gravitational and electromagnetic fields” which is published in Physics Essays 31, 1(2018).



It has been a dream of physicists to unify all the fundamental forces over at least a century. The Grand Unification Theory (GUT) requires an unbelievably high energy in the order of 1016 GeV and an accelerator larger than the solar system. It is apparently beyond our reach in the fore seeable future. The last stage of this dream is the Theory of Everything (ToE), which includes the gravitational force in its unification, which requires an even higher energy—known as the Plank energy scale, about 1000 times higher than the GUT energy scale. Moreover, it has been realized that general relativity is incompatible with quantum mechanics. The approach of describing gravity in the framework of quantum field theory fails at short distances of the order of the Planck length. Recently, we have developed a theory with mathematical rigor to unify the gravitational and the electromagnetic forces strictly within the classical framework by generalizing Newton’s law of gravitation to include a dynamic term inferred from the Lorentz force of electromagnetic interaction. An entire dynamic theory including a wave equation of gravitation is developed without any additional ad hoc hypothesis. The wave equation and its solution naturally solve the mystery of action-at-distance. It has been discovered that the inverse square law of the static and the dynamic forces is the result of the cons. It has been shown that the inverse square law of the static and the dynamic forces is the result of the conservation of mass (Gauss’s Law) and the total momentum (Wang’s Law). The gravitational and the electromagnetic forces are unified in the sense that these two forces and their propagation can be described by exactly the same set of equations.

Keynote Forum

Debabrata Saha

Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA

Keynote: Natural field: A new fundamental entity of nature

Time : 10:05-10:40

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Debabrata Saha is a Research Scientist who recently completed a teaching assignment in NIT, Karnataka, India as an Adjunct Professor. Before this, he taught for 21 years as Tenured Member of a faculty, and, thereafter, worked as President of a consulting firm, both in USA. He is a former Chairman of Washington D.C.–Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA. His academic background includes degrees in Science– BSc, Physics (Calcutta University), Technology – BTech, Electronics (Calcutta University), Applied Science – MASc, Communication (University of Toronto), and Engineering =–PhD, Computer, Information and Control Engineering (University of Michigan).


Natural field is a recently found new fundamental entity of nature. It particularly distinguishes itself from existing four fundamentals, namely, gravitation, coulomb, strong and weak forces in its ability of causing self-interference. It is established that de Broglie’s wave particle duality is incorrect and wave associated with any moving particle is non-existent. In addition, contemporary Physics falls short of accounting for a set of repeated experimental evidence. This set that remains unexplained lies in, (a) our inability of last two thousand years in deriving the law of reflection of light starting from the root cause, (b) the problem associated with splitting of light ray at a refracting surface where light ray divides, but light quanta cannot divide without an alteration in frequency, (c) failure of wave theory of light in explaining double-slit interference pattern, observed in recent decade, with photons passing through one slit at a time and not both slits simultaneously, and (d) lack of explanation for Davisson-Germer’s electron diffraction after the realization that de Broglie wave is non-existent. Natural field is found in a search for mitigating these shortcomings of contemporary physics. Postulate of natural field along with related theoretic analyses is supported by five independent set of repeated experimental results, namely, electron diffraction, reflection and refraction of light, splitting of light ray at a refracting surface, double-slit interference pattern with single photon, and Braggs’ X-ray diffraction as well. Natural field exhibits characteristics common to both light and matter particles. It provides a unification of matter and light.

Conference Series Applied Physics 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Vasily Yu Belashov photo

Vasily Yu Belashov, has a PhD in Radiophysics and a DSci in Physics and Mathematics. His main fields of research interest are theory and numerical simulation of the dynamics of multidimensional nonlinear waves, solitons and vortex structures in plasmas and other dispersive media. Presently, he is a Chief Scientist and Professor at the Kazan Federal University. He is the author of 310 publications including seven monographs. He has authoured the follwoing books: “Solitary Waves in Dispersive Complex Media: Theory, Simulation, Applications”, Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2005 and “Solitons: Theory, Simulation, Applications”, Kazan, Publishing Center “School, 2016.


The problem of classification of the multidimensional nonlinear waves and solitons forming on the low-frequency branch of oscillations in complex continuous media with dispersion, including plasmas and fluids, is studied analytically on the basis of the generalized Kadomtsev-Petviashvili (GKP) equation (as partial case of the Belashov-Karpman (BK) system) which takes into account the generalizations relevant to various complex physical media, associated with the effects of high-order dispersion corrections. To construct the classification of solutions on their types, we consider the dynamical systems associated with the GKP equation and study the structure of these solutions using the methods of qualitative analysis and analysis of the solutions’ asymptotics. We also present some considerations on constructing of the phase portraits of the systems in the 8-dimensional phase space for the GKP equation on the basis of the results of qualitative analysis of the generalized equations of the KdV-class. As a result, we have constructed a classification of possible multidimensional solutions for the GKP system. This is consistent representation of both, the early known and new original results obtained by the author and also some generalizations in theory of the nonlinear waves and solitons in complex dispersive media.