• Session 1: Applied Physics

    Physics 2019 aims to promote the integration of applied physics and mathematics. The focus of the conference would be on state-of-the-art applied physics and mathematics. Discussions would be mainly focused on strengthened in probabilistic applications, while still focusing on those areas of applied mathematics inspired by real-world applications, and at the same time fostering the development of theoretical methods with a broad range of applicability.  Abstracts are invited on the fundamental and interdisciplinary areas of physics, materials science, and applied physics. Abstracts are also invited on the theoretical, computational, and experimental nature.

  • Session 2: Medical Physics

    The scope of Physics 2019 conference would be on the application of theoretical and practical physics to medicine, physiology and biology. Abstracts are invited in the areas of  Physics of Imaging, Physics of Electromagnetics, Physics of Therapy, Physics of Materials and Mechanics, Physics of Instrumentation, Physics of Hearing and Seeing and Physics of Space Medicine.

  • Session 3: Astro-Particle  Physics and Cosmology

    Astro-particle physics is particle physics that explores the connections between the physics of elementary particles and the large-scale properties of the universe. Astrophysics deals with the cosmic rays from the space. Cosmology involves the origin and evolution of the universe, from the Big Bang to today and on into the future. Cosmology reaches the entire universe from birth to death, with a wealth of mysteries at every stage.

  • Session 4: Plasma Physics

    Plasma physics is a state of matter comprising charged particles. Plasma's are generated by heating a gas to electromagnetic field to the point where an ionized gaseous substance becomes increasingly electrically conductive to the point that long-range electric and  magnetic fields dominate the behaviour of the matter.

  • Session 5: Quantum Physics  & Technology

    Quantum Mechanics involves the study of motion and interaction of subatomic particles, wave-particle duality, and quantization of energy. Quantum Physics which describes nature at the smallest scales of energy levels of atoms and subatomic particles. Quantum  physics which particles are discrete packets of energy with wave.

  • Session 6: Engineering  Physics

    Engineering physics is a combined disciplines of physics. Engineering physics is meant to provide a more thorough grounding in optics, quantum physics, materials science, applied mechanics, electronics, nanotechnology, microfabrication, microelectronics, computing, photonics, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, nuclear engineering, biophysics, control theory, aerodynamics, energy, and solid-state physics. The discipline is theoretical science and practical engineering with emphasis in research and development, design, and analysis.

  • Session 7: Bio Physics

    Biophysics is application of the principles of physics and methods of physics and other physical sciences to explain and explore the form and function of living things. Biophysics is the study of the physical quantities like electric current, temperature, stress, entropy in biological systems, biological sciences and also perform research on living organisms including molecular biology, cell biology, biophysics, and biochemistry.

  • Session 8: Nuclear Physics

    Physics 2019 Meetings will have discussions on high energy physics, quantum field theory, statistical systems, and mathematical physics, and includes four main sections: high energy physics - phenomenology, high energy physics - theory, high energy physics - experiment, and quantum field theory, statistical systems, and mathematical  physics.

  • Session 9: Molecular  Astrophysics

    The conference aims to cover observational, laboratory as well as computational results in the galactic, extragalactic and intergalactic areas of our universe. Abstracts are invited in the areas of astronomical observations chemical models of astrophysical and planetary environments, dust formation, experimental techniques, laboratory instrumentation, and set up, Ion-molecule chemistry, gas and surface chemistry, astrochemistry, mass spectra of organic molecules, molecular excitation processes, photochemistry, physics and chemistry of large carbonaceous molecules and aggregates and quantum chemistry.

  • Session 10: Computational  Physics

    Physics 2019 conference would have insight discussions on describe and analyze new computational techniques for solving scientific or engineering problems. Abstracts are invited on improved analysis, including the effectiveness and applicability, of existing methods and algorithms is of importance.

  • Session 11: Acoustics

    Acoustics is the study of mechanical waves, liquids, and solids. It has been fundamental to many aspects in waves and sound into possible applications of these processes in modern life. The applications of acoustic technology are in the study of geologic, atmospheric, music and underwater phenomena.

  • Session 12: Homology and  Homotopy

    Physics 2019 conference would be discussing on homotopy theory and algebraic topology, as well as applications of the ideas and results in this area. This means applications in the broadest possible sense, i.e. applications to other parts of mathematics such as number theory and algebraic geometry, as well as to areas outside of mathematics, such as computer science, physics, and statistics. Homotopy theory is also intended to be interpreted broadly, including algebraic K-theory, model categories, homotopy theory of varieties, etc. We particularly encourage abstracts which point the way toward new applications of the subject.

  • Session 13: Dark Matter  Physics

    Dark matter is hypothetical form of matter, it does not interact with the electromagnetic force, but whose presence can be inferred from gravitational effects on visible matter. But there are alternative approach to the detection of dark matter particles produced in collisions of the LHC proton beams with the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).  Dark matter is dominated by a non-baryonic component, a non-baryonic dark matter are hypothetical particles.

  • Session 14: 3D Printing and  Technology

    3D printing is refers to processes used to synthesize a three-dimensional object, an object is created by laying down successive layers of material are formed under computer control to create an object. 3D printing is where a part is made by adding material or subtracting material. There are a variety of 3d printing technologies and materials available, making it easier to create parts for all sorts of industries.

  • Session 15: Geometry and  Numerical Analysis

    The conference would be discussing on the topics like differential geometry and related areas of differential equations, mathematical physics, algebraic geometry, and geometric topology. Abstracts are invited on the  rigorous study of convergence of algorithms, their accuracy, their stability, and their computational complexity,  mathematical analysis that contribute to algorithm analysis, and computational results that demonstrate algorithm behavior and applicability.

  • Session 16: Mathematical  Biology

    Physics 2019 event would be discussing on the uses mathematical approaches to gain biological understanding or explain biological phenomena. Abstracts are invited in the areas of biological insight as a result of mathematical analysis or identify and open up challenging new types of mathematical problems that derive from biological knowledge Mathematical ideas, methods, techniques and results are welcome, provided they show sufficient potential for usefulness in a biological context.

  • Session 17: Space Research

    The Physics 2019 will be covering discussions on  all areas of space  research including: space studies of the Earth's surface, meteorology, climate, the Earth-Moon system, planets and small bodies of the solar system, upper atmospheres, ionospheres and magnetospheres of the Earth and planets including reference atmospheres, space plasmas in the solar system, astrophysics from space, materials sciences in space, fundamental physics in space, space debris, space weather, Earth observations of space phenomena.

  • Session 18: Lasers,  Optics  & Photonics

    A laser is a device that amplifies or increases the intensity of light and produces highly directional light. A laser is created when gases absorb energy from an electrical current or the electrons in atoms in special glasses, crystals, or another laser and become “excited.” Electrons moves from a lower energy to a higher energy orbit around the atom’s nucleus.  There are many types of lasers such as gas lasers, fiber lasers, solid state lasers, dye lasers, diode lasers and excimer lasers. Optical amplifiers used in optical communications and used to amplify an optical signal. Optics is a ray that deals with the determination of behavior and the properties of light, along with its interactions with the matter and also with the instruments which are used to detect it. Photonics is the physical science of light that involves the use of radiant energy.

  • Session 19: Surfaces and  Interfaces

    The conference aims at makes an efficient platform for disseminating scientific results in this wide area of research.  Key discussions in the conference would be on Coatings and surface and interface engineering, Smart applications of surfaces and interfaces, Interfaces and thin films, Nano structured materials, Surface engineering, modification and functionalization, Characterization and analysis, Physical deposition, Theoretical calculations/modelling on surfaces and interfaces. Abstracts are invited on the wide areas of fundamental, interdisciplinary, theoretical, experimental and applied work.

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