International Conference on Physics and Optics

Theme: Modern and Innovative Applications of Physics and Optics

28th Sep-29th Sep 2020    Prague , Czech Republic

Photonics is the branch of physical science that focuses on light, or photon, and its use for generating energy, detecting and transmitting information, amplifying optical signals, and more technical applications. Photonics is also the technology that generates and harnesses radiant energy whose quantum unit is the photon, such as light, and is applied to devices that run on light such as accurate lasers that are used for various delicate eye surgeries. Biophotonics, nanophotonics, and quantum optics are all fields that fall under the topic of photons.

Optical Physics is the branch of physics that studies the properties and behavior of electromagnetic radiation, including light and infrared radiation, and its interaction with matter, atoms, and molecules. Wave optics, ray optics, and nonlinear optics also fall under the optical physics. Studies in these branches include optical phenomenon, such as reflection, diffraction, refraction, and polarization.

Optical Metrology is the science of using light to define units of measurement. The measurements could focus on properties such as distance, time, and other data or even on the properties of light itself. Instruments used for measuring are also integrating optical sensors, sensors that convert light rays into electronic signals, for precise dimensions of structures.

Optoelectronics is the study and implementation of electronic and hardware devices that detect and utilize light. Optoelectronics also includes the research, design, and manufacturing of devices that convert photon signals into electrical signals and vice versa.There are different types of devices that have various abilities including detecting light, channeling light, emitting light, and being controlled by light.

Ophthalmology is the medical and surgical branch which deals with diagnosing and treating eye disorders such as blurred vision, cataracts, glaucoma, and more. Patients are treated by ophthalmologists, medical doctors who specialize in eye and vision care. Ophthalmologists are credited degrees in medicine and follow years of ophthalmology training to conduct eye exams, diagnose and treat diseases, and perform various eye surgeries.

Spectroscopy is an explorative tool used in fields such as physics, chemistry, and astronomy to study the composition and structure of matter through the interaction between the matter and electromagnetic radiation. Spectroscopy could also be applied to detect, identify and measure the data of atoms and molecules using spectra, a unique wavelength of electromagnetic radiation emitted by atoms and molecules.

Laser Science, or laser physics, is the study of lasers and its principles and applications. Laser, short for ‘light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation,’ is a device that generates an intense beam of light by stimulated emission of photons. Laser technology is used in several fields including science, medicine, military, and commercial. Some of the commonly used devices are laser printer, barcode scanners, and surgical lasers.

Electromagnetism is the branch of physics that studies the electromagnetic force, one of the four fundamental forces, that occurs between electrically charged particles. The electromagnetic force is made of electric and magnetic fields, and is responsible for electromagnetic radiation such as light. The electric forces are produced when electric charges are either at rest or in motion, and are responsible for most of the physical and chemical properties of atoms and molecules. Magnetic forces are produced by moving charges only and act solely on charges in motion.

Crystallography is the branch of experimental science that examines crystals, their properties, and inner structures to determine the arrangements of atoms using various methods including neutron diffraction, electron diffraction, and X-ray Crystallography. Crystallographers also construct detailed models of the atomic arrangements in solids by gathering information from analytical techniques such as microscopic imaging, spectroscopy, computer modeling, visualization, and X-ray fluorescence. These techniques provide necessary information of a material’s chemical makeup, crystal structure, properties, and any defects.

Biophysics is the branch of physics that applies physics, chemistry, and mathematical analysis to biological systems in order to understand the structure, dynamics, interactions, and overall functions of specific molecules, cells, tissues, and other biological systems. Biophysicists attempt to determine the properties of these biological molecules and how they assemble into a larger structure. Biomechanics is a sub-field for biophysics that studies the movements of biological organisms and the effects of external stimuli acted upon them. Biological engineering, or bioengineering, is the field where bioengineers apply biophysics and engineering to construct helpful and innovative products for use in many fields including medicine, renewable energy, and agriculture.

Atomic Physics is the branch of physics that studies the atoms as an isolated system of electrons and an atomic nucleus. Physicists, in this sub-field, primarily consider atoms in isolation and focus on the properties of atoms and the arrangement of electrons around the nucleus and the processes of how they change. Processes include ionization and excitation by photons or collisions with atomic particles.

Nuclear Physics is the branch of physics that studies the atomic nuclei, consisting of protons and neutrons at the center of an atom, and its interactions in several phases. Many sectors have benefited from the discoveries made in nuclear physics. Nuclear energy is used in various fields including medicine, agriculture, and electricity generation. With further research, nuclear physics can lead to more innovative technology.

Plasma Physics is the study of plasma, a state of matter consisting of charged particles. Plasma is an ionized gas, which is to say that plasma is created by heating a gas until the electrons detach from their parent atom or molecule. Some of the forms plasma takes are lightning, auroras, solar winds, and the low-pressure gas in fluorescent and neon lights. There are many modern technologies that implement plasma. A lot of industries use plasma for their technologies, and plasma is also used to make transmitters.

Physical Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that studies the physical structures of chemical compounds and matter, their interactions with other matter, and the bonds that hold their atoms together. Physical chemists use the principles of physics, mathematical analysis, and statistics such as thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, analytical dynamics, and statistical mechanics to study the behavior of atoms, molecules, and other chemical systems. There are many fields in physical chemistry including Chemical Kinetics, the study of the chemical processes, reaction mechanisms, and transition states. Photochemistry is another field which studies chemical reactions caused by visible light, ultraviolet or infrared radiation.

Condensed Matter Physics is the study of macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter. Condensed matter physicists, professionals in the physics field of condensed matter, try to understand the behavior of the phases solid and liquid by using physical laws. Most of the foundations for technological development is provided by condensed matter physics. For example, the invention of semiconductor chips and transistors have led to the common use of data storage, multimedia, and telecommunications. Condensed matter physics continues to uncover phenomena which lead to innovations in technology.

Aerodynamics is the study of interactions between air and other gaseous fluids on solid objects and moving bodies. A prominent application of aerodynamics is in the field of aeronautics, where scientists and engineers study, design, and manufacture aircrafts and other vehicles capable of flight. Aerodynamic designs are also applied for other vehicles such as automobiles and trains. The continued research in aerodynamics is also helping flight technology improve by enhancing analytical and design capabilities of aircrafts and enhancing ground and flight testing.

Astrophysics, also called the “space science,” is the branch of astronomy that incorporates the laws of physics and chemistry to observe and understand the nature of astronomical bodies such as the planets, moons, stars, asteroids, and more. Astrophysicists, professionals in the field of astrophysics, strive to understand the universe and our place in it by studying the birth, life, and death of these planets, stars, and galaxies. Some of the concepts of physics applied in astrophysics include classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, and particle physics. Cosmology is another branch of astronomy that studies the origin and evolution of the universe, but on a larger scale.

Atmospheric Physics is the branch of meteorology that applies physics to study the atmosphere of Earth and other planets and its weather systems using chemical models, radiative and other energy transfer processes in the atmosphere. Atmospheric physicists, people who specialize in the study of the atmosphere and its climates, model the weather by using cloud physics, spatial statistics, implementing elements of the Scattering Theory, and other methods related to mathematics and physics.

Geophysics is the branch of physics that applies physics to study the Earth, its shape, internal structure, composition, and its gravitational and magnetic fields. A sub-field of geophysics is geodynamics, where geophysicists apply physics and chemistry to understand how mantle convection shapes the Earth and leads to mountain building, earthquakes, volcanoes, and other geological phenomena. Mineral physics is also another sub-field that examines the material that compose the interior of the planet to understand and interpret the surface measurements of seismic waves, geomagnetic and electromagnetic fields.

Physical Oceanography is the branch of oceanography that studies the ocean and its physical conditions, properties, and processes within it. Oceanographers also focus on understanding the distribution of oceanic properties such as salinity, temperature, and chemical elements and gases caused by ocean circulations and fluid motion. There are primarily two approaches in studying the ocean and they are descriptive and dynamical oceanography. Descriptive physical oceanography is the research of the precise description of the ocean’s fluid motion using observations and complex numerical models. Dynamic physical oceanography is the research of the processes that govern the ocean's fluid motion using theoretical research, numerical models, and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics.

Extended Reality is the term that encapsulates the interactions of real and virtual worlds with the use of technologies such as Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed realities. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are simulated and interactive realities made possible by innovative technologies and small, lightweight optics that provide high quality experience. To differentiate, virtual reality (VR) is the simulated reality that uses software to produce images, sounds, and other sensations which allow users to shut out the physical world and immerse themselves in 3D worlds where they can move around and interact with virtual features and objects. Augmented reality is the interactive experience where objects in the real, physical world are enhanced by computer-generated information and other digital elements which allows users to experience the real world enriched by visual overlays, 3D models, and other digital media and information. Mixed reality (MR) is also a form of reality where the real and virtual worlds merge and human-machine interactions can be generated by computer and wearable technology. These emerging technologies are used in fields such as entertainment, education, medical, and military.

About the Event

Welcome to Med2Pharm’s International Conference on Physics and Optics to be held during 28th Sep - 29th Sep 2020 at Prague, Czech Republic!

On this auspicious event, Med2Pharm and the Conference committee invites participants from all over the world to partake in the annual flagship conference with the theme “Modern and Innovative Applications of Physics and Optics” Physics and Optics 2020 works towards proclaiming knowledge and the sharing of new ideas among scientists, professionals, industrialists, professors and students on the research areas of Physical Science and Optics. Participants can present technical sessions, have interactive discussions, listen to keynote speakers, present workshops and exhibitions, and connect with people who seek to further their expertise in the field. The Conference can also be the stage for companies and/or institutions to present their products, services, innovations and research results.

Prague, Czech Republic

Prague is the capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic and is the home to about 1.3 million people, while the metropolitan area has the population of about 2.6 million people. The city was founded during the Romanesque era and prospered in the Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque eras. It has been the capital of the Kingdom of Bohemia, was the residence of many Holy Roman Emperors, and played a major role in European history ever since.

Prague is nicknamed “the City of a Hundred Spires” and is also known as the "Heart of Europe". It is also classified as an “Alpha-”global city by the GAWC, and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. The main attraction of the city is the well-preserved, historical architecture. Tourists can admire the beautiful buildings that have been constructed throughout the eras.

Why to attend?

Physics and Optics 2020 is a great opportunity for professionals to network and make new contacts in the field of Physical Science and Optics. This event brings together participants from all over the globe and will feature recognized global experts and renowned keynote speakers who address issues and discuss the latest developments in the field.

Register for Physics and Optics 2020 soon…!

Photonics

Photonics is the branch of physical science that focuses on light, or photon, and its use for generating energy, detecting and transmitting information, amplifying optical signals, and more technical applications. Photonics is also the technology that generates and harnesses radiant energy whose quantum unit is the photon, such as light, and is applied to devices that run on light such as accurate lasers that are used for various delicate eye surgeries. Biophotonics, nanophotonics, and quantum optics are all fields that fall under the topic of photons.

  1. Biophotonics

  2. Nanophotonics

  3. Microwave Photonics

  4. Quantum Optics

  5. Optical Transmission

  6. Photoacoustic Imaging

  7. Optoacoustic Imaging

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16th International Conference on Optics, Lasers & Photonics, April 15-16, 2020 Tokyo, Japan | 13th International Conference on Optics, Photonics & Laser, April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany | 17th International Conference & Expo on Optics,Lasers and Photonics, October 19-20, 2020 Paris, France | International Conference on Optoelectronics and Photonics, October 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan | European Meet on Laser, Optics & Photonics, November 12-13, 2020 Budapest, Hungary

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USA: IEEE | SPIE | Optical Society of America | Photonics Society of Chinese-American | American Physical Society

EUROPE: Italian Society of Optics and Photonics | Photonics NL | Swedish Optics Society | Photonics Finland | European Optical Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: Photonics Society of India | Optical Society of Japan | Optical Society of Korea | Optics and Photonics Society of Singapore | Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies

 

Optical Physics

Optical Physics is the branch of physics that studies the properties and behavior of electromagnetic radiation, including light and infrared radiation, and its interaction with matter, atoms, and molecules. Wave optics, ray optics, and nonlinear optics also fall under the optical physics. Studies in these branches include optical phenomenon, such as reflection, diffraction, refraction, and polarization.

  1. Physical (Wave) Optics

  2. Geometric (Ray) Optics

  3. Diffraction

  4. Refraction

  5. Polarization

  6. Optical Interference

  7. Nonlinear Optics

  8. Optical Phase Conjugation

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International Conference on Physics, March 09-10, 2020 Rome, Italy | 13th International Conference on Optics, Photonics & Laser, April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany | 5th International Conference on Quantum Physics and Mechanics, June 15-16, 2020 Berlin, Germany | 6th International conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering, July 27-28, 2020 London, UK | GlobaL Meet on Optoelectronics and Quantum Physics, November 02-03, 2020 Sydney, Australia

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: IEEE | SPIE | Optical Society of America | American Physical Society | American Institute of Physics

EUROPE: Swiss Society for Optics and Microscopy | Swedish Optics Society | Photonics Finland | Danish Optical Society | European Optical Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: Optical Society of India | Optical Society of Japan | Optical Society of Korea | Optics and Photonics Society of Singapore | Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies

 

Optical Metrology

Optical Metrology is the science of using light to define units of measurement. The measurements could focus on properties such as distance, time, and other data or even on the properties of light itself. Instruments used for measuring are also integrating optical sensors, sensors that convert light rays into electronic signals, for precise dimensions of structures.

  1. Optical Instruments

  2. Optical Sensing and Imaging

  3. Optical Sensors

  4. Optical Scanners

  5. Optical Clocks

  6. Optical Frequency Metrology

  7. Quantum Metrology

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USA: National Institute of Standards and Technology | National Research Council | Centro Nacional de Metrologia | North American Coordinate Metrology Association | American Institute of Physics

EUROPE: EURAMET - The European Association of National Metrology Institutes | OIML - International Organization of Legal Metrology | National Metrology Institute of the Republic of Moldova | Romanian National Institute of Metrology | Siberian Scientific Research Institute of Metrology

ASIA-PACIFIC: Metrology Society of Australasia | Metrology Society of India | Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science | National Metrology Institute of Japan | National Metrology Institute of Malaysia

 

Optoelectronics

Optoelectronics is the study and implementation of electronic and hardware devices that detect and utilize light. Optoelectronics also includes the research, design, and manufacturing of devices that convert photon signals into electrical signals and vice versa.There are different types of devices that have various abilities including detecting light, channeling light, emitting light, and being controlled by light.

  1. Optical Fiber

  2. Optical Communication

  3. Optical Amplifier

  4. Optical Interconnection

  5. Optical Encryption

  6. Opto-isolator / Optocoupler

  7. Photodiode

  8. Integrated Optical Circuit

RELATED CONFERENCES

13th International Conference on Optics, Photonics & Laser, April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany | Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics, 10 May 2020 - 15 May 2020 San Jose, California, United States | 20th International Conference on Numerical Simulation of Optoelectronic Devices, 14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020 Turin, Italy | International Conference on Optoelectronics and Photonics, October 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan | Global Meet on Optoelectronics and Quantum Physics, November 02-03, 2020 Sydney, Australia

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: Optical Society of America | New England Fiberoptic Council | IEEE | New Mexico Optics Industry Association | Florida Photonics Cluster

EUROPE: Scottish Optoelectronics Association | European Photonics Industry Consortium | European Optical Society | Photonics Scotland | Swiss Photonics

ASIA-PACIFIC: Indian Laser Association | Optical Society Of India | Optics and Photonics Society of Singapore | FTTH Council Asia-Pacific | Taiwan Optics/Optronics Manufacturers' Association

 

Ophthalmology

Ophthalmology is the medical and surgical branch which deals with diagnosing and treating eye disorders such as blurred vision, cataracts, glaucoma, and more. Patients are treated by ophthalmologists, medical doctors who specialize in eye and vision care. Ophthalmologists are credited degrees in medicine and follow years of ophthalmology training to conduct eye exams, diagnose and treat diseases, and perform various eye surgeries.

  1. Ophthalmoscopy

  2. Optometry

  3. Optical Spectrometer

  4. Ocular Tonometry

  5. Optical Coherence Tomography

  6. Refractive Eye Surgery

  7. Laser Eye (Cornea) Surgery

  8. Cataract (Lens Replacement) Surgery

  9. Canaloplasty

RELATED CONFERENCES

5thGlobal Pediatric Ophthalmology Congress, March 02-03, 2020 Rome, Italy | 15th International Conference on Ophthalmology and Vision Science, April 13-14, 2020 London, UK | World Congress on Ophthalmology & Optometry, April 13-14, 2020 London, UK | 29th International Conference on Insights in Ophthalmology, June 17-18, 2020 London, UK | Euro Ophthalmology and Eye Surgery Conference, July 13-14, 2020 Helsinki, Finland

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Association of Ophthalmic Oncologists and Pathologists | American Ophthalmological Society | American Academy of Ophthalmology | American Society of Retina Specialists | California Academy of Eye Physicians & Surgeons

EUROPE: Polish Ophthalmological Society | Academia Ophthalmologica Belgica | Academia Ophthalmologica Internationalis | Black Sea Ophthalmological Society | Austrian Ophthalmological Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: All India Ophthalmological Society | Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology | Asia Pacific Association of Cataract Refractive Surgeons | Asian Neuro-Ophthalmology Society | Asian Oceanic Glaucoma Society

 

Spectroscopy

Spectroscopy is an explorative tool used in fields such as physics, chemistry, and astronomy to study the composition and structure of matter through the interaction between the matter and electromagnetic radiation. Spectroscopy could also be applied to detect, identify and measure the data of atoms and molecules using spectra, a unique wavelength of electromagnetic radiation emitted by atoms and molecules.

  1. Optical Spectroscopy

  2. Atomic Spectroscopy

  3. Raman Spectroscopy

  4. Mass Spectroscopy

  5. Infrared Spectroscopy

  6. Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

RELATED CONFERENCES

8th Global Conference on Mass Spectrometry, March 23-24, 2020 Osaka, Japan | 9th International Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Chromatography, May 25-26, 2020 Barcelona, Spain | 9th World Congress on Mass Spectrometry, June 22-23, 2020 Rome, Italy | 4th International Conference on Mass Spectrometry, October 15-16, 2020 Cape Town, South Africa | 9th Global Summit on Mass Spectrometry, October 16-17, 2020 Munich, Germany

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: Society For Applied Spectroscopy | Federation of Analytical Chemistry and Spectroscopy Societies | American Society for Mass Spectrometry | North American Society for Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy | International Mass Spectrometry Foundation

EUROPE: European X-ray Spectrometry Association | British Mass Spectrometry Society | German Society for Mass Spectrometry | Swiss Group for Mass Spectrometry | Dutch Society for Mass Spectrometry

ASIA-PACIFIC: Singapore Society for Mass Spectrometry | Mass Spectrometry Society of Japan | Hong Kong Society of Mass Spectrometry | China Mass Spectrometry Society | Indian Society for Mass Spectrometry

 

Laser Science

Laser Science, or laser physics, is the study of lasers and its principles and applications. Laser, short for ‘light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation,’ is a device that generates an intense beam of light by stimulated emission of photons. Laser technology is used in several fields including science, medicine, military, and commercial.  Some of the commonly used devices are laser printer, barcode scanners, and surgical lasers.

  1. Laser Technology

  2. Laser Applications

  3. Laser Communication

  4. Chemical and Gas Lasers

  5. Optical Laser

  6. Optical Cavity (Resonator)

  7. Gaussian Beams

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16th International Conference on Optics, Lasers & Photonics, April 15-16, 2020 Tokyo, Japan | 13th International Conference on Optics, Photonics & Laser, April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany | 2nd Global Congress & Expo on Advancements of Laser, Optics & Photonics, July 27-29, 2020, Best Western Paris CDG Airport, Paris, France | 17th International Conference & Expo on Optics,Lasers and Photonics, October 19-20, 2020 Paris, France | European Meet on Laser, Optics & Photonics, November 12-13, 2020 Budapest, Hungary

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: Division of Laser Science - American Physical Science | Optical Society of America | American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery, Inc. | Laser Institute of America | Academy of Laser Dentistry

EUROPE: Hellenic Photonic Association | European Society for Lasers and Energy Based Devices | European Laser Association | British Medical Laser Association | German Society of Laser Dermatology

ASIA-PACIFIC: Indian Laser Association | Asian Pacific Association for Lasers in Medicine and Surgery | Japan Laser Therapy Society | Korean Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery | Laser & Photonic Medicine Society of the R.O.C.

 

Electromagnetism

Electromagnetism is the branch of physics that studies the electromagnetic force, one of the four fundamental forces, that occurs between electrically charged particles. The electromagnetic force is made of electric and magnetic fields, and is responsible for electromagnetic radiation such as light. The electric forces are produced when electric charges are either at rest or in motion, and are responsible for most of the physical and chemical properties of atoms and molecules. Magnetic forces are produced by moving charges only and act solely on charges in motion.

  1. Electromagnetic Force

  2. Electromagnetic Fields

  3. Electromagnetic Radiation

  4. Permeability / Permittivity

  5. Electrostatics

  6. Electrodynamics

  7. Magnetohydrodynamics

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EUROPE: German Physical SocietyEuropean Institute of Molecular MagnetismThe UK Magnetics SocietyItalian Association of MagnetismDanish Association of Magnetism

ASIA-PACIFIC: Korean Magnetics SocietyMagnetics Society of IndiaMagnetics Society of JapanSingapore Spintronics ConsortiumElectromagnetic Compatibility Society of Australia

 

Crystallography

Crystallography is the branch of experimental science that examines crystals, their properties, and inner structures to determine the arrangements of atoms using various methods including neutron diffraction, electron diffraction, and X-ray Crystallography. Crystallographers also construct detailed models of the atomic arrangements in solids by gathering information from analytical techniques such as microscopic imaging, spectroscopy, computer modeling, visualization, and X-ray fluorescence. These techniques provide necessary information of a material’s chemical makeup, crystal structure, properties, and any defects.

  1. X-ray Crystallography

  2. Neutron Diffraction

  3. Electron Diffraction

  4. X-ray Fluorescence

  5. Goniometer

  6. Miller Indices

  7. Bravais Lattice

  8. Bragg’s Law

  9. Crystal Optics

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RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Crystallographic AssociationAmerican Physical SocietyAmerican Chemical SocietyAmerican Association of Physics TeachersOptical Society of America

EUROPE: International Union of CrystallographyDutch Crystallographic SocietyBritish Crystallographic AssociationEuropean Crystallographic AssociationSwiss Society for Crystallography

ASIA-PACIFIC: Asian Crystallography AssociationCrystallographic Society of JapanIndian Crystallographic SocietyKorean Crystallographic AssociationChinese Crystallographic Society

 

Biophysics

Biophysics is the branch of physics that applies physics, chemistry, and mathematical analysis to biological systems in order to understand the structure, dynamics, interactions, and overall functions of specific molecules, cells, tissues, and other biological systems. Biophysicists attempt to determine the properties of these biological molecules and how they assemble into a larger structure. Biomechanics is a sub-field for biophysics that studies the movements of biological organisms and the effects of external stimuli acted upon them. Biological engineering, or bioengineering, is the field where bioengineers apply biophysics and engineering to construct helpful and innovative products for use in many fields including medicine, renewable energy, and agriculture.

  1. Biomechanics

  2. Computational Biology

  3. Cellular Differentiation

  4. Biomedical Engineering

  5. Biochemical Engineering

  6. Optical Sensors, Probes, and Spectrometers

RELATED CONFERENCES

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USA: Biophysical Society | American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology | American Institute of Biological Sciences | American Society for Cell Biology | Biophysical Society of Canada

EUROPE: European Biophysical Societies' Association | Royal Society of Biology | Institute of Biology | Swiss Society of Biological Psychiatry | Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

ASIA-PACIFIC: Biophysical Society of Japan | Asian Biophysics Association | Biophysical Society of China | Hong Kong Chemical, Biological & Environmental Engineering Society | Asia-Pacific Chemical, Biological and Environmental Engineering Society

 

Atomic Physics

Atomic Physics is the branch of physics that studies the atoms as an isolated system of electrons and an atomic nucleus. Physicists, in this sub-field, primarily consider atoms in isolation and focus on the properties of atoms and the arrangement of electrons around the nucleus and the processes of how they change. Processes include ionization and excitation by photons or collisions with atomic particles.

  1. Atomic Theory

  2. Atomic Orbital Model

  3. Quantum Theory

  4. Quantum Electrodynamics

  5. Ionization

  6. Atom Optics

RELATED CONFERENCES

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EUROPE: European Physical SocietyInternational Atomic Energy AgencyEuropean Atomic Energy CommunityWorld Nuclear AssociationWorld Association of Nuclear Operators

ASIA-PACIFIC: Asian Nuclear Physics AssociationIndian Society of Atomic and Molecular Physics |  Indian Physical SocietyPhysical Society of JapanKorean Nuclear Society

 

Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics is the branch of physics that studies the atomic nuclei, consisting of protons and neutrons at the center of an atom, and its interactions in several phases. Many sectors have benefited from the discoveries made in nuclear physics. Nuclear energy is used in various fields including medicine, agriculture, and electricity generation. With further research, nuclear physics can lead to more innovative technology.

  1. Nuclear Power

  2. Nuclear Fusion

  3. Nuclear Fission

  4. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

  5. Ion Implantation

  6. Focused Ion Beam

  7. Gamma Ray

RELATED CONFERENCES

International Doctorate School in Nuclear Physics “Frontiers in Nuclear and Hadronic Physics 2020", 24 Feb 2020 - 06 Mar 2020 Florence, Italy | International Conference on Physics of Reactors 2020, 29 Mar 2020 - 02 Apr 2020 Cambridge, United Kingdom | Advances and Challenges in Nuclear Fission and Quasi-Fission for the SuperHeavy Elements, 11 May 2020 - 15 May 2020 Naples, Italy | 6th International conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering, July 27-28, 2020 London, UK | 7th International Conference on Atomic Physics and Nuclear Physics, July 27-28, 2020 London, UK

RELATED SOCIETIES

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EUROPE: Nuclear Industry Group | Nuclear Physics Group | Nuclear Physics Division of the European Physical Society | European Nuclear Society | Max Planck Institute for Nuclear Physics

ASIA-PACIFIC: Asian Nuclear Physics Association | Indian Physics Association | Indian Physical Society | Physical Society of Japan | Korean Nuclear Society

 

Plasma Physics

Plasma Physics is the study of plasma, a state of matter consisting of charged particles. Plasma is an ionized gas, which is to say that plasma is created by heating a gas until the electrons detach from their parent atom or molecule. Some of the forms plasma takes are lightning, auroras, solar winds, and the low-pressure gas in fluorescent and neon lights. There are many modern technologies that implement plasma. A lot of industries use plasma for their technologies, and plasma is also used to make transmitters.

  1. Plasma Modeling

  2. Plasma Etching

  3. Plasma Magnetic Field

  4. Active and Passive Plasma

  5. Thermal and Nonthermal Plasma

  6. Artificial, Terrestrial, and Astrophysical Plasma

RELATED CONFERENCES

3rd International Conference on Data-Driven Plasma Science, 19 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 Okinawa, Japan | 12th EU-Japan Joint Symposium on Plasma Processing, 19 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 Okinawa, Japan | 47th IOP Plasma Physics Conference, 21 Apr 2020 - 24 Apr 2020 Institute of Physic, London, United Kingdom | Atomic Physics, Molecular and Plasma Physics, August 24-25, 2020 Vancouver, Canada | World Congress on Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing, September 21-22, 2020 Milan, Italy

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: IEEE Nuclear and Plasma Sciences Society | American Physical Society | American Institute of Physics | American Astronomical Society | American Association of Physicists in Medicine

EUROPE: International Plasma and Fractionation Association | The Plasma Physics Group | Plasma Physics Division of the European Physical Society | Max Planck Institute for Plasma Physics | European Physical Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: Plasma Science Society of India | Institute for Plasma Research | Chinese Physical Society | Division of Plasma Physics Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies | Indian Physical Society

 

Physical Chemistry

Physical Chemistry is the branch of chemistry that studies the physical structures of chemical compounds and matter, their interactions with other matter, and the bonds that hold their atoms together. Physical chemists use the principles of physics, mathematical analysis, and statistics such as thermodynamics, quantum chemistry, analytical dynamics, and statistical mechanics to study the behavior of atoms, molecules, and other chemical systems. There are many fields in physical chemistry including Chemical Kinetics, the study of the chemical processes, reaction mechanisms, and transition states. Photochemistry is another field which studies chemical reactions caused by visible light, ultraviolet or infrared radiation.

  1. Thermodynamics

  2. Quantum Chemistry

  3. Chemical Equilibrium

  4. Confocal Microscopy

  5. Chemical Kinetics

  6. Photochemistry

  7. Contrast to Chemical Physics

RELATED CONFERENCES

6th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, March 18-19, 2020 Amsterdam, Netherlands | 7th International Conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry, June 18-19, 2020 Geneva, Switzerland | 11th World Congress on Green Chemistry and Technology, July 09-10, 2020 Geneva, Switzerland | 4th World Congress on Polymer Chemistry, September 10-11, 2020 Barcelona, Spain | 7th International Conference on Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, October 07-08, 2020 Vienna, Austria

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Society of Brewing ChemistsAmerican Chemical SocietyNational Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical EngineersChemical Institute of CanadaCanadian Society of Clinical Chemists

EUROPE: European Chemical SocietyRoyal Netherlands Chemical SocietySociété chimique de FranceDECHEMAAssociation of Greek Chemists

ASIA-PACIFIC: Federation of Asian Chemical SocietiesChemical Research Society of IndiaIndian Chemical SocietyChemical Society Located in TaipeiJapan Association for International Chemical Information

 

Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed Matter Physics is the study of macroscopic and microscopic physical properties of matter. Condensed matter physicists, professionals in the physics field of condensed matter, try to understand the behavior of the phases solid and liquid by using physical laws. Most of the foundations for technological development is provided by condensed matter physics. For example, the invention of semiconductor chips and transistors have led to the common use of data storage, multimedia, and telecommunications. Condensed matter physics continues to uncover phenomena which lead to innovations in technology.

  1. Condensed Matter Theory

  2. Scattering in Condensed Matter Physics

  3. Materials Physics

  4. Soft (Condensed) Matter

  5. Superconductivity

  6. Ferromagnetism

RELATED CONFERENCES

6th International Conference on Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, November 23-24, 2020 Dubai, UAE | Spring Meeting of the Condensed Matter Section (SKM) of the German Physical Society (DPG), 15 Mar 2020 - 20 Mar 2020 Dresden, Germany | International Advanced Study Conference on Condensed Matter & Low Temperature Physics 2020, 08 Jun 2020 - 14 Jun 2020 Kharkiv, Ukraine | 15th Bombannes Summer School on Scattering Methods Applied to Soft Condensed Matter, 16 Jun 2020 - 24 Jun 2020 Gironde, France | Topological properties of gauge theories and their applications to high-energy and condensed-matter physics, 24 Aug 2020 - 16 Oct 2020 Firenze, Italy

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Physical Society Division of Condensed Matter Physics | American Institute of Physics | American Association of Physics Teachers | Society of Physics Students | American Astronomical Society

EUROPE: Optical Condensed Matter Physics | Condensed Matter Division of the European Physical Society | Structural Condensed Matter Physics Group | Theory of Condensed Matter Group | German Physical Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: Physical Society of Japan | Institute of Physics Singapore | Chinese Physical Society | Indian Physical Society | Association of Asia Pacific Physical Societies

 

Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics is the study of interactions between air and other gaseous fluids on solid objects and moving bodies. A prominent application of aerodynamics is in the field of aeronautics, where scientists and engineers study, design, and manufacture aircrafts and other vehicles capable of flight. Aerodynamic designs are also applied for other vehicles such as automobiles and trains. The continued research in aerodynamics is also helping flight technology improve by enhancing analytical and design capabilities of aircrafts and enhancing ground and flight testing.

  1. Aerodynamic Flow Field

  2. Aeronautics

  3. Optical Flow

  4. Aero-Optical Distortions and Aberrations

  5. Supersonic Aircrafts

  6. Rotocrafts

RELATED CONFERENCES

Mechanical Aerospace 2020, April 04-05, 2020 London, UK | 8th International Conference and Exhibition on Automobile & Mechanical Engineering, April 22-23, 2020 Berlin, Germany | 6th International Conference and Exhibition on Satellite & Space Missions, July 15-16, 2020 London, UK | Applied Aerodynamics Conference 2020, 28 July 2020 - 30 July 2020 Bristol, United Kingdom | 2nd International Conference on Aerospace, Defense and Mechanical Engineering, August 17-18, 2020 Copenhagen, Denmark

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics | Aerospace Industries Association | American Astronautical Society | National Space Club | American Astronomical Society

EUROPE: Royal Aeronautical Society | Austrian Space Industries and research Associations | Institut Superieur De L’aeronautique Et De L’espace | Polish Astronautical Society | Croatian Astronautical and Rocket Federation

ASIA-PACIFIC: Aeronautical Society of India | Society of Aeronautical Engineers | Aeronautical Society of India | Chinese Society of Astronautics | Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space

 

Astrophysics

Astrophysics, also called the “space science,” is the branch of astronomy that incorporates the laws of physics and chemistry to observe and understand the nature of astronomical bodies such as the planets, moons, stars, asteroids, and more. Astrophysicists, professionals in the field of astrophysics, strive to understand the universe and our place in it by studying the birth, life, and death of these planets, stars, and galaxies. Some of the concepts of physics applied in astrophysics include classical mechanics, quantum mechanics, and particle physics. Cosmology is another branch of astronomy that studies the origin and evolution of the universe, but on a larger scale.

  1. Physical Cosmology

  2. Observational Astrophysics

  3. Optical Astronomy

  4. Telescopes and Coronagraphs

  5. Gravitational Microlensing

  6. Astronomical Interferometer

  7. Astroparticle Physics

  8. Theory of Relativity

  9. String Theory

RELATED CONFERENCES

17th Rußbach School on Nuclear Astrophysics, 15 Mar 2020 - 21 Mar 2020 Rußbach am Paß Gschütt, Austria | The International Astrophysics and Space Conference 2020, 15 Jun 2020 - 20 Jun 2020 Tbilisi, Georgia | 17th Russian Gravitational Conference — International Conference on Gravitation, Cosmology and Astrophysics, 29 Jun 2020 - 03 Jul 2020 Saint Petersburg, Russia | 9th International Workshop on Astronomy and Relativistic Astrophysics, 06 Sep 2020 Mexico City, Mexico | The 9-th East Asian Numerical Astrophysics Meeting, 14 Sep 2020 - 18 Sep 2020 Tenbusu Naha, Okinawa, Japan

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Astronomical Society | American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics | American Astronautical Society | National Space Club | Aerospace Industries Association

EUROPE: Royal Astronomical Society | Royal Aeronautical Society | Austrian Space Industries and research Associations | Polish Astronautical Society | National Space Agency of Malaysia

ASIA-PACIFIC: Astronomical Society of India | Astronomical Society of the Pacific | Aeronautical Society of India | Chinese Society of Astronautics | Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space

 

Atmospheric Physics

Atmospheric Physics is the branch of meteorology that applies physics to study the atmosphere of Earth and other planets and its weather systems using chemical models, radiative and other energy transfer processes in the atmosphere. Atmospheric physicists, people who specialize in the study of the atmosphere and its climates, model the weather by using cloud physics, spatial statistics, implementing elements of the Scattering Theory, and other methods related to mathematics and physics.

  1. Meteorology (Climatology)

  2. Radiative Transfer

  3. Atmospheric Optics

  4. Scattering Theory

  5. Cloud Physics

RELATED CONFERENCES

International Lightning Detection Conference (ILDC)/International Lightning Meteorology Conference (ILMC), 27 Apr 2020 - 30 Apr 2020 Broomfield, Colorado, United States | 34th Conference on Agricultural and Forest Meteorology/Fifth Conference on Atmospheric Biogeosciences, 01 Jun 2020 - 03 Jun 2020 Minneapolis, MN, United States | EMS Annual Meeting: European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 07 Sep 2020 - 11 Sep 2020 University of Economics, Bratislava, Slovakia | 15th International Conference on Meteorology, Climatology and Atmospheric Physics, 27 Sep 2020 – 30 Sep 2020 Ioannina, Greece | EMS Annual Meeting: European Conference for Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 06 Sep 2021 - 10 Sep 2021 Historical University of Barcelona, Spain

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: American Meteorological Society | National Weather Association | National Center for Atmospheric Research | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration | National Climatic Data Center

EUROPE: Royal Meteorological Society | European Meteorological Society | German Meteorological Society | European Geosciences Union | Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute

ASIA-PACIFIC: Indian Meteorological Society | Korean Meteorological Society | Meteorological Society of Japan | Chinese Meteorological Society | Meteorological Service Singapore

 

Geophysics

Geophysics is the branch of physics that applies physics to study the Earth, its shape, internal structure, composition, and its gravitational and magnetic fields. A sub-field of geophysics is geodynamics, where geophysicists apply physics and chemistry to understand how mantle convection shapes the Earth and leads to mountain building, earthquakes, volcanoes, and other geological phenomena. Mineral physics is also another sub-field that examines the material that compose the interior of the planet to understand and interpret the surface measurements of seismic waves, geomagnetic and electromagnetic fields.

  1. Geodynamics

  2. Mineral Physics

  3. Optical Mineralogy

  4. Geomorphology

  5. Seismology

  6. Geodesy

  7. Geothermal Energy

RELATED CONFERENCES

33rd Symposium on the Application of Geophysics to Engineering and Environmental Problems, 29 Mar 2020 - 02 Apr 2020 Denver, Colorado, United States | Engineering & Mining Geophysics 2020, 12 May 2020 - 16 May 2020 Perm, Russia | 26th European Meeting of Environmental and Engineering Geophysics, 30 Aug 2020 - 03 Sep 2020 Belgrade, Serbia | 3rd Conference on Geophysics for Mineral Exploration & Mining, 30 Aug 2020 - 03 Sep 2020 Belgrade, Serbia | International Conference on Geology & Geochemistry, November 23-24, 2020 Dubai, UAE

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: Society of Exploration Geophysicists | American Geophysical Union | American Geosciences Institute | Geological Society of America | Geothermal Resources Council

EUROPE: European Geosciences Union | International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics | Geological Society of London | All Ukrainian Association of Geoinformatics | Balkan Geophysical Society

ASIA-PACIFIC: Chinese Geophysical Society | Association of Exploration Geophysicists | Korean Society of Earth and Exploration Geophysicists | Society of Exploration Geophysicists of Japan | Geological Society of Australia

 

Physical Oceanography

Physical Oceanography is the branch of oceanography that studies the ocean and its physical conditions, properties, and processes within it. Oceanographers also focus on understanding the distribution of oceanic properties such as salinity, temperature, and chemical elements and gases caused by ocean circulations and fluid motion. There are primarily two approaches in studying the ocean and they are descriptive and dynamical oceanography. Descriptive physical oceanography is the research of the precise description of the ocean’s fluid motion using observations and complex numerical models. Dynamic physical oceanography is the research of the processes that govern the ocean's fluid motion using theoretical research, numerical models, and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics.

  1. Ocean Circulation

  2. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics

  3. Coriolis Effect

  4. Ekman Transport

  5. Optical Oceanography

RELATED CONFERENCES

2020 Ocean Sciences Summer Meeting, 07 Jun 2020 - 12 Jun 2020 Madison, Wisconsin, United States | Gordon Research Conference — Chemical Oceanography, 18 Jul 2021 - 23 Jul 2021 Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH, United States | Ocean Optics 25th Conference, 25 Oct 2020 - 30 Oct 2020 Norfolk, United States | 2021 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 28 Feb 2021 - 05 Mar 2021 Palma de Mallorca, Spain | 2022 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 14 May 2022 - 22 May 2022 Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: The Oceanography Society | Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research | Integrated Ocean Drilling Program | Ocean Conservancy | Society of Wetland Scientists

EUROPE: Marine Biological Association | Italian Association of Oceanology and Limnology | Scottish Association for Marine Science | Hellenic Centre for Marine Research | Hellenic Marine Environment Protection Association

ASIA-PACIFIC: Korean Society of Oceanography | Oceanographic Society of Japan | Association of Exploration Geophysicists | Chinese Geophysical Society | Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society

 

Extended Reality

Extended Reality is the term that encapsulates the interactions of real and virtual worlds with the use of technologies such as Virtual, Augmented, and Mixed realities. Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality are simulated and interactive realities made possible by innovative technologies and small, lightweight optics that provide high quality experience. To differentiate, virtual reality (VR) is the simulated reality that uses software to produce images, sounds, and other sensations which allow users to shut out the physical world and immerse themselves in 3D worlds where they can move around and interact with virtual features and objects. Augmented reality is the interactive experience where objects in the real, physical world are enhanced by computer-generated information and other digital elements which allows users to experience the real world enriched by visual overlays, 3D models, and other digital media and information. Mixed reality (MR) is also a form of reality where the real and virtual worlds merge and human-machine interactions can be generated by computer and wearable technology. These emerging technologies are used in fields such as entertainment, education, medical, and military.

  1. Virtual Reality (VR)

  2. Augmented Reality (AR)

  3. Augography

  4. Optical Head-Mounted Display

  5. Bionic Contact Lenses

  6. Virtual Retinal Display

  7. Gesture Recognition

  8. Fiducial Markers

  9. Mixed Reality (MR)

RELATED CONFERENCES

IEEE VR 2020: the 27th IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces, March 22-26, 2020, Atlanta, USA | Laval Virtual, Europe’s 1st Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality exhibition, from 22nd to 24th April 2020, Laval, France | International Conference on Cloud Computing and Virtualization (ICCV_2020), May 21-22, 2020, London, UK | SPIE-2020 2nd International Conference on Virtual Reality and Intelligent System (VRIS 2020)-EI Compendex, Scopus, Nov 13, 2020 - Nov 15, 2020, Jianguo Hotel Xi'an, Xi'an, China | 3rd IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence & Virtual Reality, Dec 14, 2020 - Dec 16, 2020, Utrecht, The Netherlands

RELATED SOCIETIES

USA: VR/AR Association | Magic Leap | Oculus VR | Niantic | Vuzix

EUROPE: Global Virtual Reality Association | Metaio | Layar | Gestigon GmbH | Blippar

ASIA-PACIFIC: AsiaVR Association | Yeppar | Keio University | Nreal | Insta360

Market Report - Optics 2020

With the research, innovations, and use of optics in technology, optical technologies has become a key industry in the 21st century and its importance only seems to be growing. Optical engineering as a field is also in high demand as there is a great need for optical engineers who can design various instruments which utilize the properties of light.

The optical instruments and lens manufacturing industry in the US is set to reach $7.2 million USD by the year 2026. Globally, however, the market for optical instruments and lens manufacturing is estimated to reach $27.0 billion USD by the year 2022 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.3% for the period of 2017-2022.

The global fiber optics market is also increasing largely in demand for the internet, the global system of connected devices. Fiber optics is the backbone of the internet, as information is transmitted from one point to another using optical fiber cable, and according to the International Telecommunication Union, 51.2% of the global population was using the internet in 2018. The International Energy Agency reports that the number of internet users is expected to increase from 3.6 billion in 2018 to 5.0 billion by 2025. The number of Internet of Things (IoT) connections is also estimated to increase from 7.5 billion in 2018 to more than 25.0 billion by 2025. The growing number of internet users and the importance of data storage and transfer, cloud computing, and IoT will also increase the demand for internet, and therefore the need for fiber optics.

The market for optical switches was $6.7 billion USD in 2019 and is estimated to reach $17.7 billion USD by 2025 with a CAGR of 13.4% for the period of 2020-2025. The market for optical spectrum analyzers, the key components that enable research, development, and installation operations in many communication applications, is estimated to have a CAGR of over 6% for the period of 2020-2025.

Courtesy@MarketResearch

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