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Classical physics has no less than two definitions in Physics. With regards to quantum mechanics, Classical physics alludes to speculations of Physics that don't utilize the quantisation worldview, which incorporates traditional mechanics and relativity. In like manner, classical field hypotheses, for example, general relativity and classical electromagnetism, are those that don't utilize quantum mechanics. With regards to general and extraordinary relativity, traditional speculations are those that obey Galilean relativity. Modern physics is frequently experienced when managing outrageous conditions. Quantum mechanical impacts have a tendency to show up when managing "lows" (low temperatures, little separations), while relativistic impacts have a tendency to show up when managing "highs" (high speeds, expansive separations), the "middles" being traditional conduct. For instance, while examining the conduct of a gas at room temperature, most phenomena will include the (classical) Maxwell– Boltzmann appropriation.


  • Track 1-1Quantum states
  • Track 1-2Fundamental particles and interactions
  • Track 1-3Experimental physics
  • Track 1-4Complex systems
  • Track 1-5Statistical physics and biophysics
  • Track 1-6Statistical physics and biophysics
  • Track 1-7Solar physics
  • Track 1-8Physics beyond standard model
  • Track 1-9Theories of Planck, Bernoulli, Joule, etc
  • Track 1-10Fundamental and Applied superconductivity
  • Track 1-11Nuclear astrophysics
  • Track 1-12Metrological physics

The scientific study of the properties of  matter  as in its solid and liquid phases, in which atoms or particles adhere to each other or are highly concentrated. Condensed matter physicists seek to understand the behaviour of these phases by using physical laws. In particular, they include the laws of statistical mechanics, quantum mechanics and electromagnetism. Materials Science is a commended scientific expanding, discipline in recent decades to surround, ceramics, glass, polymers, biomaterials and composite materials. It involves the discovery and design of novel materials.  Many of the most pressing scientific problems humans presently face are due to the boundaries of the materials that are available and, as a product; major advances in materials science are likely to affect the upcoming of technology considerably.


  • Track 2-1Condensed matter theory
  • Track 2-2Study in condensed matter physics through scattering
  • Track 2-3Experimental condensed matter physics
  • Track 2-4Electronic theory of solids
  • Track 2-5Phase transition
  • Track 2-6Cold atomic gases


Astro-particle Physics is the new field of research emerging at the juncture of particle physics, astronomy, and cosmology. It aims to answer fundamental questions related to the story of the Universe such as: What is the Universe made of? What is the origin of cosmic rays? What is the nature of gravity?. To answer these very challenging questions, physicists are developing experiments to detect these new messengers from the Universe. 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 3-1Nuclear astrophysics
  • Track 3-2Particle astrophysics
  • Track 3-3High and low-energy neutrino astronomy
  • Track 3-4Particle cosmology
  • Track 3-5Dark matter and dark energy
  • Track 3-6Energy of the cosmos
  • Track 3-7Cosmo-chemistry
  • Track 3-8Geophysics

Material physics is the utilization of physical science to portray the physical properties of materials. It is a union of physical sciences, for example, chemistry, solid mechanics, Solid state physics, and materials science


  • Track 4-1Solid state physics
  • Track 4-2Materials science
  • Track 4-3Solid mechanics
  • Track 4-4Polymer chemistry‎
  • Track 4-5Superconductivity
  • Track 4-6Advanced composite materials

High energy nuclear physics studies about the behavior of nuclear matter in energy regimes. The most primary focus of this field is the study of heavy ion collisions and as compared to the lower atomic mass of atoms in other particle accelerators. At the very sufficient collision energies there are many of these types of collisions which is mainly theorized to produce the quark -gluon plasma. Traditional nuclear physics has been only devoted to study about the nuclei which are gently carried out. Using the high energy beams of heavy nuclei ions we can create states of nuclear matter that are very far removed from the ground state. At the very sufficient high densities and temperatures, the neutrons and the protons should melt into their constituent quarks and gluons. In the very high energy collisions of heavy nuclei the quarks and gluons are released from their hadronic bounds and forms a new state of matter which is generally called as Quark-gluon plasma.


  • Track 5-1High energy physics
  • Track 5-2Radioactivity
  • Track 5-3Theoretical nuclear physics
  • Track 5-4Theoretical particle physics
  • Track 5-5Subatomic physics
  • Track 5-6Collider physics
  • Track 5-7Viscous hydrodynamics

Atomic Physics is the study of atoms and the arrangement of electrons. It mostly considers atom an isolated system that consists of atomic nucleus encircled by electrons and the arrangement is concerned with processes such as excitation by photons and ionization or collisions with atomic particles. It has led to important applications in medicine, lasers, communications, etc. and also providing a testing ground for Quantum Theory, Quantum Electrodynamics and its derivatives.



  • Track 6-1Atomic spectroscopy
  • Track 6-2Nonlinear optics
  • Track 6-3Photonics
  • Track 6-4Atomic physics
  • Track 6-5Atomic collisions
  • Track 6-6Cold atoms and molecules
  • Track 6-7Laser-atomic physics

Quantum Physics is the learning of the particles at quantum level. Possibility is used in this. Usage of quantum mechanics in application to condensed matter physics is a wide-ranging area of research. Both theoretical research and practical is presently going on in the world in quantum electronics, quantum computers, devices using both quantum mechanics and condensed matter physics or Theoretical physics


  • Track 7-1Quantum science
  • Track 7-2Quantum states
  • Track 7-3Quantum field theory
  • Track 7-4Quantum information and quantum computing
  • Track 7-5Quantum optics
  • Track 7-6Quantum mechanics interpretations
  • Track 7-7Quantum technology
  • Track 7-8Quantum Gravity
  • Track 7-9Quantum Chromo Dynamics

Nanotechnology is the branch of innovation that arrangements with measurements and resiliences of under 100 nanometres, particularly the control of individual particles and atoms. Its applications include different sorts of distinguishing components, for example, carbon nanotubes, zinc oxide nanowires or palladium nanoparticles can be utilized as a part of nanotechnology-based sensors.



  • Track 8-1Nanomaterials- production, synthesis and processing
  • Track 8-2Nanoelectronics and nanometrology
  • Track 8-3Graphene and applications
  • Track 8-4Spintronic nanoengineering
  • Track 8-5Spin electronics
  • Track 8-6CMOS Integrated Nanomechanical Resonators
  • Track 8-7Thin film technologies

Plasma physics is the investigation of charged particles and liquids associating with self-reliable electric and attractive fields. It is a fundamental research train that has a wide range of zones of utilization — space and astronomy, controlled fusion, accelerator physics and beam storage.

  • Track 9-1Plasmonionics
  • Track 9-2Plasma modeling
  • Track 9-3Kinetic and fluid theory
  • Track 9-4Magnetic plasma
  • Track 9-5Laser and plasma based accelerator
  • Track 9-6Chemical cosmology

The electromagnetic force assumes a noteworthy part in deciding the inner properties of most protests experienced in everyday life. Standard issue takes its frame because of intermolecular powers between singular atoms and Molecules in matter, and is an appearance of the electromagnetic force. Electrons are bound by the electromagnetic force to nuclear cores, and their orbital shapes and their effect on adjacent particles with their electrons is depicted by quantum mechanics. The electromagnetic power administers the procedures associated with science, which emerge from connections between the electrons of neighboring atoms.



  • Track 10-1Electromagnetic induction
  • Track 10-2Magnetism and magnetic fields
  • Track 10-3MRAM and Magnetic logic devices
  • Track 10-4Magnetization dynamics
  • Track 10-5Geomagnetism
  • Track 10-6Microelectronics
  • Track 10-7Semiconductor devices

Applied physics is the physical science which is proposed for a particular innovative or reasonable utilize. It is typically considered as an association amongst physics and Innovation. "APPLIED" is recognized from "unadulterated" by an unobtrusive blend of variables, for example, the inspiration and approach of specialists and the idea of the relationship to the innovation of science that may be influenced by the work. It as a rule contrasts from building in that a connected physicist may not be planning something in particular, but instead is utilizing physics or directing physical science inquire about with the point of growing new advances or settling a designing issue. This approach is similar to that of Applied mathematics.



  • Track 11-1Accelerator physics
  • Track 11-2Fluid dynamics
  • Track 11-3Hadron structure, spectroscopy and dynamics
  • Track 11-4Physical applications in chemistry
  • Track 11-5Stealth technology
  • Track 11-6Engineering physics

Atomic material science and Particle Physics is the zone of material science that reviews nuclear cores and their components and cooperations. The most usually known sort of atomic material science is atomic power era, the examination has hurry to tenders in many fields, including atomic medicine and attractive resonation imaging, atomic weapons, particle implantation in materials building, and radiocarbon dating in geography and archaic exploration.


  • Track 12-1Hadronic Femtoscopy
  • Track 12-2Charmonium Suppression
  • Track 12-3Sources of Relativistic and Ultrarelativistic Nuclei
  • Track 12-4Detection Technique
  • Track 12-5Fragmentation Process


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 13-1Biophysical approaches to cell biology
  • Track 13-2Complex biological systems
  • Track 13-3Computational and theoretical biophysics.
  • Track 13-4Membrane biophysics.
  • Track 13-5Protein engineering and synthetic biology.
  • Track 13-6Structural biology

The goal of modern materials science is to understand the factors that determine the properties of matter on the atomic scale, and then to use this knowledge to optimise those properties or to develop new materials and functionality. This process regularly involves the discovery of fascinating new physics, which itself may lead to previously unthought-of capabilities. Almost all of the major changes in our society, from the dramatic growth of computing and the internet to the steady increase in average life span, have their origin in our understanding and exploitation of the physics and chemistry of materials. To investigate atomic-scale structure and dynamics, scientists use a variety of tools and techniques, often based on the scattering of beams of particles. An “ideal” probe might be one that has a wavelength similar to the spacing between atoms, in order to study structure with atomic resolution, and an energy similar to that of atoms in materials in order to study their dynamics. It would have no charge, to avoid strong scattering by charges on the electrons or the nucleus and allow deep penetration into materials. It would be scattered to a similar extent by both light and heavy atoms and have a suitable magnetic moment so that we can also easily study magnetism. The scattering cross-section would be precisely measurable on an absolute scale, to facilitate comparison with theory and computer modelling.


  • Track 14-1Scattering of fast neutrons
  • Track 14-2Neutron-matter interaction

A particle accelerator is a machine that accelerates elementary particles, such as electrons or protons, to very high energies. On a basic level, particle accelerators produce beams of charged particles that can be used for a variety of research purposes. There are two basic types of particle accelerators: linear accelerators and circular accelerators. Linear accelerators propel particles along a linear, or straight, beam line. Circular accelerators propel particles around a circular track. Linear accelerators are used for fixed-target experiments, whereas circular accelerators can be used for both colliding beam and fixed target experiments.


  • Track 15-1Electrostatic Particle Accelerators
  • Track 15-2Electrodynamic Particle Accelerators
  • Track 15-3Nuclear physics and isotope production

Radiation protection is a term applied to concepts, requirements, technologies and operations related to protection of people (radiation workers, members of the public, and patients undergoing radiation diagnosis and therapy) against the harmful effects of ionising radiation. It has its origins early in the twentieth century. The benefits of radiation were first recognised in the use of X-rays for medical diagnosis, very soon after the discoveries of radiation and radioactivity. The rush to exploit the medical benefits led fairly soon to the recognition of the other side of the coin, that of radiation-induced harm. In those early days, only the most obvious forms of harm resulting from high doses of radiation, such as radiation burns , were observed and protection efforts focused on their prevention, mainly for practitioners rather than patients. Although the issue was narrow, this was the origin of radiation protection as a discipline. Over the middle decades of this century, it was gradually recognised that there were other, less obvious, harmful radiation effects such as radiation-induced cancer, for which there is a certain risk even at low doses of radiation. This risk cannot be completely prevented. It can only be minimised. Therefore, the overt balancing of benefits from nuclear and radiation practices against radiation risk, and efforts to reduce the residual risk, have become a major feature of radiation protection.


  • Track 16-1Radiation Oncology
  • Track 16-2cardiac computed tomography
  • Track 16-3Xerostomia