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International Conference on Physics, will be organized around the theme “Highlighting Innovations and Challenges in the Field of Physics”

Physics 2016 is comprised of 17 tracks and 118 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Physics 2016.

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Physics is the study of science that deals with energy and matter and their interactive nature with each other. Over the past, it was a part of natural philosophy along with chemistry, certain branches of mathematics, and biology, but after the emergence of pioneers and advancements made through the effort of various scientists and researchers, these fields as oneself came to light as a path of research in their own right. It intersects with many integrative areas of analysis and research, such as medical physics and quantum chemistry, and the boundaries of physics are not rigidly defined. We see different potential ideas in physics when it comes to discussion of creating, inventing and discovering from research in various sectors involved in it.

  • Track 1-1Classical Physics
  • Track 1-2Modern Physics
  • Track 1-3Computational Physics
  • Track 1-4Theoritical Physics
  • Track 1-5Applied Physics
  • Track 1-6Meta Physics
  • Track 1-7Solar Physics
  • Track 1-8Medical Physics

Advanced physics science deals with matter and energy and of interactions between the two grouped in traditional fields such as acoustics, optics, mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism, as well as in modern extensions including atomic and nuclear physics, cryogenics, solid-state physics, particle physics and plasma physics.

  • Track 2-1Study of electricity
  • Track 2-2Study of mechanics and thier laws
  • Track 2-3Vibration and waves
  • Track 2-4Atoms,molecules and nuclei
  • Track 2-5Power physics
  • Track 2-6Acoustics
  • Track 2-7Chemical physics
  • Track 2-8Fluid dynamics
  • Track 2-9Nanotechnology

Utilization of Physics to implement into progress and their effect onto applications. It assumes a critical part later on advancement of the mankind. Material science interconnects with numerous interdisciplinary exploration fields like biophysics, quantum science, and so forth. It furnishes the understudies with critical thinking, expository and quantitative capacities. Implementation is necessary to overcome the difficulties in progress of science. Much needed to endeavor proper balance between justified application and proper management of resources.

  • Track 3-1Heavy ion collisions and QCD phases
  • Track 3-2Hadron structure, spectroscopy and dynamics
  • Track 3-3Econophysics and sociophysics
  • Track 3-4Geology
  • Track 3-5Electrical engineering
  • Track 3-6Physical applications in chemistry
  • Track 3-7Quantum information of science
  • Track 3-8Vehical dynamics
  • Track 3-9Medical, Optical, Agro & Quantum chemistry

The primary goal, which is pursued in several distinct ways, is to find and understand what physics may lay beyond the standard model. There are several powerful experimental reasons to expect new physics, including dark matter and neutrino mass. There are also theoretical hints that this new physics should be found at accessible energy scales. Much of the efforts to find this new physics are focused on new collider experiments.

Much of current research in nuclear physics relates to the study of nuclei under extreme conditions such as high spin and excitation energy. Nuclei may also have extreme shapes and extreme neutron-to-proton ratios. Experimenters can create such nuclei using artificially induced fusion or nucleon transfer reactions, employing ion beams from an accelerator. Beams with even higher energies can be used to create nuclei at very high temperatures, and there are signs that these experiments have produced a phase transition from normal nuclear matter to a new state, in which the quarks mingle with one another, rather than being segregated in triplets as they are in neutrons and protons.

  • Track 4-1Experimental nuclear physics
  • Track 4-2Theoritical nuclear physics
  • Track 4-3Nuclear fusion, Nuclear fission, Decay, Science, etc.
  • Track 4-4Nucleosynthesis
  • Track 4-5Nuclear weapons
  • Track 4-6Nanoscale structure and structural defects

The roots of astrophysics can be found in the seventeenth century emergence of a unified physics, in which the same laws applied to the celestial and terrestrial realms. There were scientists who were qualified in both physics and astronomy who laid the firm foundation for the current science of astrophysics. Theorists also try to generate or modify models to take into account new data. In the case of an inconsistency, the general tendency is to try to make minimal modifications to the model to fit the data. In some cases, a large amount of inconsistent data over time may lead to total abandonment of a model.


  • Track 5-1Observational astronomy
  • Track 5-2Radio astronomy
  • Track 5-3Optical astronomy
  • Track 5-4Infrared astronomy
  • Track 5-5Cosmology

Researchers in optical physics use and develop light sources that span the electromagnetic spectrum from microwaves to X-rays. The field includes the generation and detection of light, linear and nonlinear optical processes, and spectroscopy. Lasers and laser spectroscopy have transformed optical science. Major study in optical physics is also devoted to quantum optics and coherence, and to femtosecond optics. In optical physics, research is also encouraged in areas such as the nonlinear response of isolated atoms to intense, ultra-short electromagnetic fields, the atom-cavity interaction at high fields, and quantum properties of the electromagnetic field. Other important areas of research include the development of novel optical techniques for nano-optical measurements, diffractive optics, low-coherence interferometry, optical coherence tomography, and near-field microscopy.

  • Track 6-1Optical mechanics
  • Track 6-2Atomic geometrical optics
  • Track 6-3Molecular optical sciences
  • Track 6-4Study of celestial science
  • Track 6-5Atomics of optical science

The scope of neuroscience has broadened to include different approaches used to study the molecular, cellular, developmental, structural, functional, evolutionary, computational and medical aspects of the nervous system. The techniques used by neuroscientists have also expanded enormously, from molecular and cellular studies of individual nerve cells to imaging of sensory and motor tasks in the brain. Recent theoretical advances in neuroscience have also been aided by the study of neural networks.

  • Track 7-1Neural science
  • Track 7-2Neural coding
  • Track 7-3Quantum technology and information
  • Track 7-4Metrology
  • Track 7-5Ultra-cold matter
  • Track 7-6Atomic and molecular interactions
  • Track 7-7Ultra-fast phenomena
  • Track 7-8Neuro photonics and biological science

Psychophysics has widespread and important practical applications. For example, in the study of digital signal processing, psychophysics has informed the development of models and methods of loss compression. These models explain why humans perceive very little loss of signal quality when audio and video signals are formatted using loss compression.

  • Track 8-1Physical stimuli
  • Track 8-2Sensations and perceptions
  • Track 8-3Psychoacoustics
  • Track 8-4Descrimination and detection
  • Track 8-5Entric perceptions and sences

Geophysics is applied to societal needs, such as mineral resources, mitigation of natural hazards and environmental protection. Geophysical survey data are used to analyse potential petroleum reservoirs and mineral deposits, locate groundwater, find archaeological relics, determine the thickness of glaciers and soils, and assess sites for environmental remediation. Although geophysics was only recognized as a separate discipline in the 19th century, its origins go back to ancient times. The first magnetic compasses were made from lodestones, while more modern magnetic compasses played an important role in the history of navigation.

  • Track 9-1Mineral physics
  • Track 9-2Physical geodesy
  • Track 9-3Gravitimetry
  • Track 9-4Magnetic fusion energy
  • Track 9-5Radioactivity and magnetisim
  • Track 9-6Geothermal gradient
  • Track 9-7Earth sciences and thier studies

Quantum mechanics is essential to understanding the behaviour of systems at atomic length scales and smaller. If the physical nature of an atom was solely described by classical mechanics, electrons would not orbit the nucleus, since orbiting electrons emit radiation (due to circular motion) and would eventually collide with the nucleus due to this loss of energy. This framework was unable to explain the stability of atoms. Instead, electrons remain in an uncertain, non-deterministic, smeared, probabilistic wave–particle orbital about the nucleus, defying the traditional assumptions of classical mechanics and electromagnetism.

Quantum mechanics was initially developed to provide a better explanation and description of the atom, especially the differences in the spectra of light emitted by different isotopes of the same chemical element, as well as subatomic particles. In short, the quantum-mechanical atomic model has succeeded spectacularly in the realm where classical mechanics and electromagnetism alter.

  • Track 10-1Symmetry and asymmetry in quantum physics
  • Track 10-2Quantum technologies and information processing
  • Track 10-3Many-body quantum theory in condensed matter physics
  • Track 10-4Quantum effects in biological systems
  • Track 10-5Fundamental and applied superconductivity
  • Track 10-6The classical universes of the no-boundary quantum state
  • Track 10-7Quantum decoherence and dephasing
  • Track 10-8Quantum probabilities for inflation from holography

Nanotechnology is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. This covers both current work and concepts that are more advanced.In its original sense, 'nanotechnology' refers to the projected ability to construct items from the bottom up, using techniques and tools being developed today to make complete, high performance products. The risks of today's nanoscale technologies (nanoparticle toxicity, etc.) cannot be treated the same as the risks of longer-term molecular manufacturing (economic disruption, unstable arms race, etc.). It is a mistake to put them together in one basket for policy consideration each is important to address, but they offer different problems and will require different solutions. As used today, the term nanotechnology usually refers to a broad collection of mostly disconnected fields.

  • Track 11-1Experimental analysis of physics
  • Track 11-2Molecular nanotechnology
  • Track 11-3Implications of nanoscience
  • Track 11-4Study of nanotechnology
  • Track 11-5Nanomaterials and thier uses
  • Track 11-6Nanoelectronics and nanolithography
  • Track 11-7Invention of scanning and tunneling of microscope
  • Track 11-8Quantum electrodyanamics
  • Track 11-9Artificially produced plasma

One trend in all fields of science over the past century has been to explore ways in which the five basic sciences (physics, chemistry, astronomy, biology, and earth sciences) are related to each other. This has led to another group of specialized sciences in which the laws of physics are used to interpret phenomena in other fields like (reductionism, hyper physics, oceanic physics, and collider physics). Astrophysics, for example, is a study of the composition of astronomical objects, such as stars, and the changes that they undergo. Physical chemistry and chemical physics, on the other hand, are fields of research that deal with the physical nature of chemical molecules. Geophysics deals with the physics and chemistry of Earth's dynamic processes. Biophysics, as another example, is concerned with the physical properties of molecules essential to living organisms.

  • Track 12-1Reductionisim
  • Track 12-2Special sciences
  • Track 12-3Physics for dummies and particles
  • Track 12-4Hyper and oceanic physics
  • Track 12-5Challenges in phenomonology
  • Track 12-6Collider physics

The electromagnetic force is the one responsible for practically all the phenomena one encounters in daily life above the nuclear scale, with the exception of gravity. In general, all the forces involved in interactions between atoms can be explained by the electromagnetic force acting on the electrically charged atomic nuclei and electrons inside and around the atoms, together with how these particles carry momentum by their movement. This includes the forces we experience in "pushing" or "pulling" ordinary material objects, which come from the intermolecular forces between the individual molecules in our bodies and those in the objects. It also includes all forms of chemical phenomena.

  • Track 13-1Electrical fields and magnetic fields
  • Track 13-2Mathematical description of electromagnetic field
  • Track 13-3Propulsion and propagation of waves
  • Track 13-4Strong, Weak interaction and gravitation
  • Track 13-5Eddy currents and thier related studies
  • Track 13-6Photoelectric effects, quantities and units.
  • Track 13-7Magnetic permeability and susceptibility
  • Track 13-8Inductance, computational electromagnetics
  • Track 13-9Quantum electrodyanamics

Concoction chemical science is a subdiscipline of chemistry and physics that explores physicochemical marvels using techniques from atomic and sub-nuclear compound science and merged matter physical science; it is the branch of science that studies compound procedures from the perspective of physical science. While at the interface of chemical science and physical science, compound material science is unmistakable from physical science in that it concentrates more on the trademark components and speculations of physical science. In the interim, physical science contemplates the physical way of science. In any case, the qualification between the two fields is unclear, and laborers frequently rehearse in both fields over the span of their examination.

  • Track 14-1Intermolecular forces
  • Track 14-2Quantum chemistry
  • Track 14-3Sub-Atomics Molecular dynamics
  • Track 14-4Surface Science
  • Track 14-5Solid State Physics
  • Track 14-6Atomic Chemistry and Bonds

Dark matter is a theoretical substance that is acknowledged by most space specialists to speak to around five-sixths of the matter in the universe. Notwithstanding the way that it has not been clearly watched, its vicinity and properties are prompted from its diverse gravitational effects: on the developments of evident matter; by method for gravitational lensing; its effect on the universe's considerable scale structure, and its possessions in the gigantic microwave establishment. Dark matter is clear to electromagnetic radiation and/or is so thick and little that it fails to ingest or exude enough radiation to be unmistakable with imaging development. The Dark matter theory expect a central part in best in class showing of huge structure improvement and world game plan and headway and on elucidations of the anisotropies found in the tremendous microwave establishment (CMB). Each one of these lines of evidence prescribe that vast frameworks, gatherings of universes and the universe all things considered contain essentially more matter than that which is conspicuous by method for electromagnetic signals.The most extensively recognized structure for dark matter is that it is made out of pathetically interfacing monstrous particles (WIMPs) that collaborate simply through gravity and the weak force.

  • Track 15-1Galaxy rotation curves
  • Track 15-2Galaxy clusters and gravitational lensing
  • Track 15-3Cosmic microwave background
  • Track 15-4Lyman-alpha forest
  • Track 15-5Baryonic vs nonbaryonic matter
  • Track 15-6Mass in extra dimensions
  • Track 15-7Spacetime fractality

Plasma science is the examination of charged particles and fluids taking up with self-unsurprising electric and alluring fields. It is a fundamental examination prepare that has different regions of utilization — space and cosmology, controlled mix, enlivening operators material science and shaft stockpiling. Plasma is one of the four major conditions of matter, the others being strong, fluid, and gas. A plasma has properties not at all like those of alternate states. Plasma is the most plentiful type of conventional matter in the Universe (of the structures demonstrated to exist; the more copious dim matter is theoretical and could possibly be clarified by common matter), the majority of which is in the thin intergalactic districts, especially the intracluster medium, and in stars, including the Sun. A typical type of plasmas on Earth is found in neon signs.

  • Track 16-1Astrophysical plasma
  • Track 16-2Interstellar medium plasma
  • Track 16-3Intergalactic space plasma
  • Track 16-4Complex Plasma Phenomena
  • Track 16-5Quark-gluon plasma

The field of condensed matter physics investigates the plainly visible and minute properties of matter. Dense Matter physicists concentrate how matter emerges from countless molecules and electrons, and what physical properties it has as a consequence of these collaborations. Customarily, dense matter material science is part into "hard" condensed matter science, which concentrates on quantum properties of matter, and "delicate" condensed matter science which examines those properties of matter for which quantum mechanics assumes no part. The condensed matter field is viewed as one of the biggest and most adaptable sub-fields of study in material science, basically because of the differing qualities of subjects and wonders that are accessible to contemplate. Condensed matter science concerns molecules in close closeness to each other and interfacing unequivocally, as in the fluid and strong states.

  • Track 17-1Solid State Physics
  • Track 17-2Crystallography
  • Track 17-3Superconductivity and Superfluidity
  • Track 17-4Theoretical Condensed Matter
  • Track 17-5Experimental Condensed Matter
  • Track 17-6Mesoscopic Physics