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6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, will be organized around the theme “Evolution of Interdisciplinarity in Physics Research”
Applied Physics 2019 is comprised of 15 tracks and 80 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Applied Physics 2019.
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Theoretical physics is a basis of modern quantitative science, on which so much else rests. It is perhaps the highest-impact, lowest-cost area of basic research. Solar cells, computers, wireless technologies, diagnostic imaging – they are all rooted in inventions made by theoretical physicists. Superconductors, Atomic structure, properties of light, and nuclear energy are all topics discovered by experimental physicists. They design experiments to test theories about the communications of matter and energy in specific ways using cultured equipment. Applications of their research are important in medicine, manufacturing, alternative energy technologies and in the military. Experimental physicists are employed by medical research companies, universities and the federal government. Computational physics is a study and implementation of numerical analysis for solving the problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists. Computational physics can be specified as the study and the implementation of the numerical analysis for solving problems in physics for which there is the existence of a quantitative theory.
- Track 1-1Atomic optical science
- Track 1-2Hadrons
- Track 1-3X-rays
- Track 1-4Radioactivity
- Track 1-5Alpha decay
- Track 1-6Beta decay
- Track 1-7Gamma decay
- Track 1-8Quark-gluon plasma
Condensed matter physics is one of the most active and exciting research area in both basic sciences and technological applications. At the fundamental level, condensed matter physics is intellectually stimulating due to the continuing discoveries of many new phenomena and the development of new concepts and tools that are necessary to understand them. It is the field in which advances in theory can most directly be confronted with experiments.
- Track 2-1High temperature superconductivity.
- Track 2-2strong correlations.
- Track 2-3topological phases of quantum matter.
- Track 2-4quantum magnetism.
- Track 2-5Bose-Einstein condensates.
High Energy Physics is the division of physics that studies the nature of the particles that constitute matter & radiation. However the word "particle" can refer to several types of very small substances such as protons, gas particles, or even household dust, "particle physics" usually explores the irreducibly smallest visible particles and fundamental interactions necessary to explain their behavior. By the present understanding, these elementary particles are the excitations of quantum fields that also administrate their interactions.
- Track 3-1Nuclear astrophysics
- Track 3-2Subatomic physics
- Track 3-3Nucleosynthesis
- Track 3-4Nuclear fusion & fission
- Track 3-5Nuclear forces & nuclear models
Astrophysics is also as called particle astrophysics and it is the branch of particle physics that studies the elementary particles of astronomical origin and it also studies that how the astrophysics and cosmology are inter related. In the quantum world, the particle physicists have developed a standard model to describe the properties of matter. This model particularly explains how the particles are made from two or three quarks. The three of the fundamental forces of physics and also the quarks and leptons are the main components of this standard model. To describe the bulk properties of the universe, cosmologists have developed a standard model. The term Cosmology is the study of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe. In other terms cosmology is scientifically and scholarly the study of the origin, large-scale structures and dynamics.
- Track 4-1Astronomy
- Track 4-2Cosmology
- Track 4-3Gravitational Physics
- Track 4-4Astrochemistry and Astrobiology
- Track 4-5Religious cosmology
- Track 4-6Philosophical cosmology
Materials Science is a commended scientific expanding which discipline in recent decades to surround polymers, ceramics, glass, biomaterials and the composite materials. It also involves the discovery and the design of novel materials. Many of the most pressing scientific problems presently humans are facing due to the boundaries of the materials that are available and as a product of major advances in materials science are likely to affect the upcoming technology considerably.
- Track 5-1Biomaterials
- Track 5-2Material Physics
- Track 5-3Superconducting Materials
- Track 5-4Electronic, Optical & Magnetic Materials
The term plasma refers to the fourth state of matter. The plasma is not only most energetic but also most challenging for researchers in the state of matter. The applications of plasma can even provide the major benefits over existing methods. Often the processes can be performed that are not even possible in any other manner. Plasma can also provide an efficiency increase in the processing methods and also very often can reduce the environmental impact in comparison to more conventional processes.
- Track 6-1Magnetised & non-magnetised plasma
- Track 6-2Particle interactions in plasma
- Track 6-3Waves in warm plasma, hot magnetised plasma and isotropic plasma
- Track 6-4Complex plasma phenomena
- Track 6-5Interstellar medium plasma
Optics and photonics is the study of the fundamental properties of light and coupling them in practical applications. Optics and photonics covers the entire electromagnetic spectrum from high-energy gamma rays and X-rays, through the optical regime of ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light, to long-wavelength microwave and radio waves.
- Track 7-1Adaptive Optics
- Track 7-2Opto-Acoustic Imaging
- Track 7-3Fourier Optics
- Track 7-4Laser Fusion Facilities
- Track 7-5Free Electron Laser
- Track 7-6Femto Second Laser Imaging
The study of the solid state includes the understanding of the organizational, mechanical, magnetic and electrical properties of the substance as well as the forces that bind the units into the solid state. Solid state physics is larger than the study of electronic, optical, and magnetic properties of solids. But some electronic (from computers to the controller in your washing machine), or optical (lasers; fiber optics), or magnetic (Magnetic resonance imaging; the little motors that make your phone vibrate) was designed and built using the info learned by solid state physicists.
- Track 8-1Acoustics.
- Track 8-2Atomic and molecular physics.
- Track 8-3Classical mechanics.
- Track 8-4Crystallography.
- Track 8-5Electricity and magnetism.
Quantum theory is the theoretic basis of modern physics which explains the nature and the behavior of matter and energy in the atomic as well as subatomic level. The nature and the performance of matter and energy at that level is referred as quantum physics. Quantum physics is the science of small things in which the quantum reality has an effect. Quantum is mentioned as discrete amount or portion. One of the most unexpected and controversial aspects of quantum physics is that it’s impossible to determine with certainty the outcome of a single experiment on a quantum system.
- Track 9-1Quantum Science
- Track 9-2Quantum States
- Track 9-3Quantum Field Theory
- Track 9-4Quantum Computing
- Track 9-5Quantum Optics
- Track 9-6Quantum Mechanics
Atomic and molecular physics is the study of atoms and molecules and it is also the field of specialization in the physics. Atomic physicists study single ions and atoms while molecular physicists even investigates very small molecules that are in their gaseous form. Atomic physicists study isolated and separated ions as well as atoms along with the excitation and electron arrangements. Addition to this the electronic excitation states which are known from the atoms and molecules which are able to rotate and as well as to vibrate. These kind of rotations and vibrations are quantized so that, there are also discrete energy levels. Therefore, the smallest energy differences exist between the different rotational states and the pure rotational spectra are far from the infrared region in which the wavelength is about 30 - 150 µm of the electromagnetic spectrum. Vibrational spectra are near to the infrared which is about 1 - 5 µm and thus the spectra resulting from electronic transitions which are mostly the ultraviolet regions.
- Track 10-1Atomic spectroscopy
- Track 10-2Atomic optical science
- Track 10-3Molecular optical sciences
Electromagnetism which is known as the science of charge and forces and fields generally associated with charge. The most important aspect of electromagnetism is the discipline of electricity which is concerned with the behavior of aggregates of charge and also including the distribution of charge inside the matter and even the motion of charge from place to place. Electromagnetism, generally related to the electromagnetic force that results the attraction and repulsion of an electrically charged particles. It is considered as one of the fundamental forces in nature which also comprises gravitational and nuclear forces. The force and conservation laws are only two important aspects of electromagnetism.
- Track 11-1Electrical & magnetic fields
- Track 11-2Magnetic permeability and susceptibility
- Track 11-3Inductance and computational electromagnetism
- Track 11-4Superclusters,filaments and voids
Spintronics is also known as spin electronics or fluxtronics, is the study of the intrinsic spin of the electron and its associated magnetic moment, in addition to its fundamental electronic charge, in solid-state devices. Spintronics fundamentally differs from traditional electronics in that, in addition to charge state, electron spins are exploited as a further degree of freedom, with implications in the efficiency of data storage and transfer. Spintronic systems are most often realized in dilute magnetic semiconductors (DMS) and are of particular interest in the field of quantum computing.
- Track 12-1The Quantum Mechanics of Spin
- Track 12-2The Bloch Sphere
- Track 12-3Evolution of a Spinor on the Bloch Sphere
- Track 12-4Spin Orbit Interaction
- Track 12-5Spin Relaxation
- Track 12-6Spin Transport in Solids
- Track 12-7Quantum Computing with Spins
Nanotechnology is the study of Nano particles and it is a technology at the Nano scale. Nanotechnology has the ability to work at the atom by atom, molecular level and to make a large structure with fundamentally new molecular organization. Scientists now debate the future implications of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is also able to produce many new materials and devices with a vast range of applications such as in Nano electronics, Nano medicine, and consumer products and biomaterials energy production.
- Track 13-1Nanoparticles
- Track 13-2Nanomaterials
- Track 13-3Nano wires
- Track 13-4Nano-Structures
- Track 13-5Advanced Nanomaterials
The role of the Medical Physics subsection in Current Oncology is to provide information and evaluations of these exciting developments in image-guided adaptive radiation therapy. Current Oncology also publishes critical evaluation studies of the clinical implementation and effect of novel and clinically established technologies. Medical physics is, usually speaking, the application of physics concepts, theories and methods to medicine or healthcare.
- Track 14-1Radiation therapeutic physics
- Track 14-2Nuclear medicine physics
- Track 14-3Non-ionizing Medical Radiation Physics
- Track 14-4Physiological measurement
- Track 14-5Healthcare informatics and computational physics
Molecular biophysics normally addresses biological questions similar to those in biochemistry and molecular biology, seeking to find the physical underpinnings of biomolecular phenomena. Scientists in this field conduct research concerned with understanding the connections between the various systems of a cell, including the interactions between DNA, RNA and protien biosynthesis, as well as how these interactions are controlled.
- Track 15-1Biophysical approaches to cell biology.
- Track 15-2Complex biological systems.
- Track 15-3Computational and theoretical biophysics.
- Track 15-4Membrane biophysics.
- Track 15-5Protein engineering and synthetic biology.
- Track 15-6Structural biology.