Track Categories

The track category is the heading under which your abstract will be reviewed and later published in the conference printed matters if accepted. During the submission process, you will be asked to select one track category for your abstract.

Connected material science is the physical science which is proposed for a specific imaginative or sensible use. It is regularly considered as a relationship among material science and Innovation. "Connected" is perceived from "unadulterated" by a subtle mix of factors, for instance, the motivation and approach of masters and the possibility of the relationship to the advancement of science that might be impacted by the work. It generally speaking complexities from working in that an associated physicist may not design something specifically, but rather is using material science or coordinating physical science ask about with the purpose of developing new advances or settling an outlining issue. This approach is like that of Applied arithmetic.

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

Nuclear Physics is the investigation of particles and the game plan of electrons. It for the most part looks at molecule as a disconnected framework that comprises of nuclear core enclosed by electrons and the course of action is worried about procedures, for example, excitation by photons and ionization or crashes with nuclear particles. It has prompted essential applications in pharmaceutical, lasers, interchanges, and so on and furthermore giving a proving ground to Quantum Theory, Quantum Electrodynamics and its subsidiaries.


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

Traditional material science has no under two definitions in Physics. Concerning quantum mechanics, Classical material science insinuates theories of Physics that don't use the quantisation perspective, which joins conventional mechanics and relativity. In like way, traditional field theories, for instance, general relativity and established electromagnetism, are those that don't use quantum mechanics. With respect to general and remarkable relativity, customary theories are those that obey Galilean relativity. Current material science is every now and again experienced while overseeing ludicrous conditions. Quantum mechanical effects tend to show up while overseeing "lows" (low temperatures, little partitions), while relativistic effects tend to show up while overseeing "highs" (high speeds, sweeping detachments), the "middles" being customary direct. For example, while inspecting the lead of a gas at room temperature, most marvels will incorporate the (traditional) Maxwell– Boltzmann allotment.


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

The logical investigation of the properties of issue, as in its strong and fluid stages, in which molecules or particles hold fast to each other or are very thought. Dense issue physicists try to comprehend the conduct of these stages by utilizing physical laws. Specifically, they incorporate the laws of factual mechanics, quantum mechanics and electromagnetism. Materials Science is a praised logical growing, train in late decades to encompass, earthenware production, glass, polymers, biomaterials and composite materials. It includes the revelation and outline of novel materials. A significant number of the most squeezing logical issues people by and by confront are because of the limits of the materials that are accessible and, as an item; real advances in materials science are probably going to influence the up and coming of innovation extensively.


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

High vitality atomic material science learns about the conduct of atomic issue in vitality administrations. The most essential focal point of this field is the investigation of overwhelming particle crashes and when contrasted with the lower nuclear mass of iotas in other molecule quickening agents. At the extremely adequate impact energies there are a significant number of these kinds of crashes which is for the most part hypothesized to create the quark - gluon plasma. Customary atomic material science has been just given to learn about the cores which are tenderly done. Utilizing the high vitality light emissions cores particles we can make conditions of atomic issue that are exceptionally far expelled starting from the earliest stage. At the exceptionally adequate high densities and temperatures, the neutrons and the protons should soften into their constituent quarks and gluons. In the high vitality impacts of substantial cores the quarks and gluons are discharged from their hadronic limits and structures another condition of issue which is by and large called as Quark-gluon plasma.


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

Material physical science is the usage of physical science to depict the physical properties of materials. It is an association of physical sciences, for instance, science, strong mechanics, Solid state material science, and materials science.


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

Quantum Physics is the learning of the particles at quantum level. Plausibility is utilized as a part of this. Use of quantum mechanics in application to dense issue material science is a colossal zone of research. Both hypothetical research and down to earth is directly going ahead on the planet in quantum hardware, quantum PCs, gadgets utilizing both quantum mechanics and dense issue material science or Theoretical material science.


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

Astro-molecule Physics is the new field of research developing at the crossroads of molecule material science, stargazing, and cosmology. It intends to answer major inquiries identified with the tale of the Universe, for example, What is the Universe made of? What is the inception of inestimable beams? What is the idea of gravity?. To answer these extremely difficult inquiries, physicists are creating investigations to distinguish these new couriers from the Universe. The term Cosmology is the investigation of the root, development, and inevitable destiny of the universe. In different terms cosmology is logically and academic the investigation of the birthplace, huge scale structures and flow.


  • Track 8-1Particle astrophysics
  • Track 8-2High and low-energy neutrino astronomy
  • Track 8-3Particle cosmology
  • Track 8-4Dark matter and dark energy
  • Track 8-5Energy of the cosmos
  • Track 8-6Cosmo-chemistry
  • Track 8-7Nuclear astrophysics

Nanotechnology is the branch of advancement that courses of action with estimations and strengths of under 100 nanometres, especially the control of individual particles and iotas. Its applications incorporate distinctive sorts of recognizing segments, for instance, carbon nanotubes, zinc oxide nanowires or palladium nanoparticles can be used as a piece of nanotechnology-based sensors. Any condensed matter systems whose at least one (out of three) dimension is of the order of nanometer can be considered as nanoscale system. Nanoscience and nanotechnology are all about relating and exploiting phenomena for materials having one, two or three dimensions reduced to the nanoscale.


  • Track 9-1Nanomaterials- production, synthesis and processing
  • Track 9-2Nanoelectronics and nanometrology
  • Track 9-3Graphene and applications
  • Track 9-4Carbon nanotubes
  • Track 9-5Spintronic nanoengineering
  • Track 9-6Spin electronics
  • Track 9-7CMOS Integrated Nanomechanical Resonators
  • Track 9-8Thin film technologies
  • Track 9-9Quantum Nature of the Nanoworld
  • Track 9-10Quantum Consequences for the Macroworld
  • Track 9-11Self-assembled Nanostructures in Nature and Industry
  • Track 9-12Physics-based Experimental Approaches to Nanofabrication and Nanotechnology
  • Track 9-13Quantum Technologies Based on Magnetism, Electron Spin, Superconductivity
  • Track 9-14Silicon Nanoelectonics and Beyond

Plasma material science is the examination of charged particles and fluids partner with self-solid electric and appealing fields. It is a basic research prepare that has an extensive variety of zones of use — space and cosmology, controlled combination, quickening agent material science and pillar stoarge.


  • Track 10-1Plasmonionics
  • Track 10-2Plasma modelling
  • Track 10-3Kinetic and Fluid Theory
  • Track 10-4Magnetic plasma
  • Track 10-5Laser and plasma based accelerator
  • Track 10-6Chemical cosmology

The electromagnetic power expect a vital part in choosing the internal properties of most challenges experienced in regular day to day existence. Standard issue takes its edge as a result of intermolecular powers between particular particles and Molecules in issue, and is an appearance of the electromagnetic power. Electrons are bound by the electromagnetic power to atomic centres, and their orbital shapes and their impact on contiguous particles with their electrons is delineated by quantum mechanics. The electromagnetic power manages the strategies related with science, which rises up out of associations between the electrons of neighbouring iotas.


  • Track 11-1Electromagnetic induction
  • Track 11-2Magnetism and magnetic fields
  • Track 11-3MRAM and Magnetic logic devices
  • Track 11-4Magnetization dynamics
  • Track 11-5Geomagnetism
  • Track 11-6Microelectronics
  • Track 11-7Semiconductor devices

Gravity, additionally called gravitation, is a power that exists among every single material question in the universe. For any two articles or particles having nonzero mass, the power of gravity has a tendency to draw in them toward each other. Gravity works on objects of all sizes, from subatomic particles to bunches of universes. It additionally works over all separations, regardless of how little or extraordinary.


  • Track 12-1Scientific revolution
  • Track 12-2Equivalence principle
  • Track 12-3General relativity
  • Track 12-4Gravity and quantum mechanics
  • Track 12-5Gravity and astronomy
  • Track 12-6Equations for a falling body near the surface of the Earth
  • Track 12-7Gravitational radiation
  • Track 12-8Speed of gravity
  • Track 12-9Theory of gravitation by Newton
  • Track 12-10Gravity of Earth

Work can be defined as transfer of energy. In physics we say that work is done on an object when you transfer energy to that object. If one object transfers (gives) energy to a second object, then the first object does work on the second object. Energy can be defined as the capacity for doing work. The simplest case of mechanical work is when an object is standing still and we force it to move. The energy of a moving object is called kinetic energy. For an object of mass m, moving with velocity of magnitude v, this energy can be calculated from the formula E= 1/2 mv^2. Power is the work done in a unit of time. In other words, power is a measure of how quickly work can be done. The unit of power is the Watt = 1 Joule/ 1 second.

  • Track 13-1Kinetic Energy
  • Track 13-2Potential Energy
  • Track 13-3Solar Radiation
  • Track 13-4Atomic or Nuclear Energy
  • Track 13-5Electrical Energy
  • Track 13-6Chemical Energy
  • Track 13-7Mechanical Energy
  • Track 13-8Heat Energy
  • Track 13-9Positive Work
  • Track 13-10Negative Work
  • Track 13-11Zero Work
  • Track 13-12Horse power and the horsepower

A force is a pushing or pulling action that can make things move, change direction, or change shape. It's hard to believe, but everything in the world is in motion, all the time. Even things that look perfectly still are packed with atoms that are vibrating with energy. Understanding how motion works was one of the great milestones of science and it's credited to the brilliant English physicist Sir Isaac Newton. His laws of motion, written over 300 years ago, were so well stated that scientists still use them in most situations today. The basic idea Newton taught us is that motion is caused by forces—which is easy enough to understand: kick a ball (the force) and it flies into the air (the motion). But forces don't always make things move: a bridge has lots of forces acting on it, but it doesn't go anywhere. Also, the "motion" forces produce is sometimes a shift in the direction in which something is moving or a change in its shape. So what exactly are forces and how they do they produce these different kinds of motion? It's time to take a closer look at the science of moving things.


  • Track 14-1Frictional Force
  • Track 14-2Tension Force
  • Track 14-3Normal Force
  • Track 14-4Air Resistance Force
  • Track 14-5Applied Force
  • Track 14-6Gravitational Force
  • Track 14-7Electrical Force
  • Track 14-8Magnetic Force
  • Track 14-9Simple harmonic motion
  • Track 14-10Linear motion
  • Track 14-11Reciprocal motion
  • Track 14-12Random motion
  • Track 14-13Brownian motion
  • Track 14-14Rotational motion
  • Track 14-15Projectile motion

A theory in physics in which tiny stringlike objects have modes of vibration that correspond to elementary particles. Such objects exist in a space-time that has more dimensions than the familiar three dimensions of space, some of which are thought to be exceedingly small. String theory seeks to unify gravity with quantum theory.


  • Track 15-1Strings
  • Track 15-2Nambu-Goto action
  • Track 15-3Polyakov action
  • Track 15-4Bosonic string theory
  • Track 15-5Superstring theory
  • Track 15-6String Field theory
  • Track 15-7Matrix String theory

Particle physics is a branch of physics that studies the elementary constituents of matter and radiation, and the interactions between them. It is also called "high energy physics", because many elementary particles do not occur under normal circumstances in nature, but can be created and detected during energetic collisions of other particles, as is done in particle accelerators. Modern particle physics research is focused on subatomic particles, which have less structure than atoms. These include atomic constituents such as electrons, protons, and neutrons (protons and neutrons are actually composite particles, made up of quarks), particles produced by radiative and scattering processes, such as photons, neutrinos, and muons, as well as a wide range of exotic particles.


  • Track 16-1The origins of nuclear physics
  • Track 16-2Nuclear Phenomenology
  • Track 16-3Particle Phenomenology
  • Track 16-4Quark Dynamics: the Strong Interaction
  • Track 16-5Electroweak Interactions

An area of science concerned with the application of mathematical concepts to the physical sciences and the development of mathematical ideas in response to the needs of physics. Historically, the concept of mathematical physics was synonymous with that of theoretical physics. In present-day terminology, however, a distinction is made between the two. Whereas most of theoretical physics uses a large amount of mathematics as a tool and as a language, mathematical physics places greater emphasis on mathematical rigor, and devotes attention to the development of areas of mathematics that are, or show promise to be, useful to physics. The results obtained by pure mathematicians, with no thought to applications, are almost always found to be both useful and effective in formulating physical theories.


  • Track 17-1Hamiltonian systems
  • Track 17-2The Schr¨odinger Equation
  • Track 17-3The Maxwell equations
  • Track 17-4Abelian gauge field equations
  • Track 17-5The Ginzburg–Landau equations for superconductivity
  • Track 17-6Non-Abelian gauge field equations
  • Track 17-7The Einstein equations
  • Track 17-8Charged vortices and the Chern–Simons equations
  • Track 17-9The Skyrme model

Thermodynamics is the branch of physics that deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy. In particular, it describes how thermal energy is converted to and from other forms of energy and how it affects matter. Thermal energy is the energy a substance or system has due to its temperature, i.e., the energy of moving or vibrating molecules, according to the Energy Education website of the Texas Education Agency. Thermodynamics involves measuring this energy, which can be "exceedingly complicated," according to David McKee, a professor of physics at Missouri Southern State University. "The systems that we study in thermodynamics … consist of very large numbers of atoms or molecules interacting in complicated ways. But, if these systems meet the right criteria, which we call equilibrium, they can be described with a very small number of measurements or numbers. Often this is idealized as the mass of the system, the pressure of the system, and the volume of the system, or some other equivalent set of numbers. Three numbers describe 1026 or 1030 nominal independent variables."


  • Track 18-1Heat
  • Track 18-2Temperature
  • Track 18-3Specific heat
  • Track 18-4Thermal conductivity
  • Track 18-5Law of Cooling by Newton
  • Track 18-6Heat transfer
  • Track 18-7The Carnot cycle
  • Track 18-8Entropy
  • Track 18-9The Zeroth Law of thermodynamics
  • Track 18-10The First Law of thermodynamics
  • Track 18-11The Second Law of thermodynamics
  • Track 18-12The Third Law of thermodynamics

Fluid mechanics, science concerned with the response of fluids to forces exerted upon them. It is a branch of classical physics with applications of great importance in hydraulic and aeronautical engineering, chemical engineering, meteorology, and zoology. The most familiar fluid is of course water, and an encyclopaedia of the 19th century probably would have dealt with the subject under the separate headings of hydrostatics, the science of water at rest, and hydrodynamics, the science of water in motion. Archimedes founded hydrostatics in about 250 BC when, according to legend, he leapt out of his bath and ran naked through the streets of Syracuse crying “Eureka!”; it has undergone rather little development since. The foundations of hydrodynamics, on the other hand, were not laid until the 18th century when mathematicians such as Leonhard Euler and Daniel Bernoulli began to explore the consequences, for a virtually continuous medium like water, of the dynamic principles that Newton had enunciated for systems composed of discrete particles. Their work was continued in the 19th century by several mathematicians and physicists of the first rank, notably G.G. Stokes and William Thomson.


  • Track 19-1The study of fluids at rest
  • Track 19-2Fluid dynamics
  • Track 19-3The study of the effect of forces on fluid motion
  • Track 19-4The Concept of a Fluid
  • Track 19-5The Fluid as a Continuum
  • Track 19-6Thermodynamic Properties of a Fluid
  • Track 19-7Pressure Distribution in a Fluid
  • Track 19-8Viscous Flow in Ducts

Medical physics can be generally defined as a field in which applied physics techniques are used in medicine. Traditionally, medical physics deals chiefly with the use of ionizing or non-ionizing radiation in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. In radiation therapy, ionizing radiation is used to treat a wide variety of cancers through external-beam radiotherapy or brachytherapy. Medical physics research and development are essential to maintaining and improving the success of these treatments.


  • Track 20-1Medical imaging physics
  • Track 20-2Radiation therapeutic physics
  • Track 20-3Nuclear medicine physics
  • Track 20-4Health physics
  • Track 20-5Non-ionizing Medical Radiation Physics
  • Track 20-6Physiological measurement
  • Track 20-7Healthcare informatics and computational physics
  • Track 20-8Areas of research and academic development

Biophysics is a bridge between biology and physics. Biology studies life in its variety and complexity. It describes how organisms go about getting food, communicating, sensing the environment, and reproducing. On the other hand, physics looks for mathematical laws of nature and makes detailed predictions about the forces that drive idealized systems. Spanning the distance between the complexity of life and the simplicity of physical laws is the challenge of biophysics. Looking for the patterns in life and analysing them with math and physics is a powerful way to gain insights.


  • Track 21-1Biophysical approaches to cell biology
  • Track 21-2Complex biological systems
  • Track 21-3Computational and theoretical biophysics
  • Track 21-4Membrane biophysics
  • Track 21-5Protein engineering and synthetic biology
  • Track 21-6Proteomics and genomics
  • Track 21-7Structural biology

Atmospheric optics is a branch of optics and photonics that studies how light behaves in the Earth’s atmosphere. This can include both understanding naturally occurring effects involving sunlight and the propagation and distortion of electromagnetic signals through air. The study of the optical characteristics of the atmosphere or products of atmospheric processes. The term is usually confined to visible and near visible radiation. But, unlike meteorological optics, it routinely includes temporal and spatial resolutions beyond those discernible with the naked eye.


  • Track 22-1Displacement phenomena
  • Track 22-2Reflection and refraction
  • Track 22-3Scattered light
  • Track 22-4Green flash
  • Track 22-5Twinkling
  • Track 22-6Mirages
  • Track 22-7Rainbows

A process used to identify chemicals in a substance by their mass and charge. Mass spectrometers are instruments that measure mass and charge of molecules. A mass spectrometer also can determine how much of a compound is present in a mixture. Also known as mass spectroscopy. Mass spectrometry is an analytical technique that uses an instrument called a mass spectrometer to measure the mass-to-charge ratios of molecular ions. Molecules fragment within the mass spectrometer to produce a mass spectrum, which can be interpreted to determine the identity of the molecules in the sample.


  • Track 23-1Tandem Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 23-2Electron Capture Dissociation
  • Track 23-3Top-down analysis of proteins
  • Track 23-4Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 23-5Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry
  • Track 23-6Imaging Mass Spectrometry

Geophysics is: The subsurface site characterization of the geology, geological structure, groundwater, contamination, and human artifacts beneath the Earth's surface, based on the lateral and vertical mapping of physical property variations that are remotely sensed using non-invasive technologies. Many of these technologies are traditionally used for exploration of economic materials such as groundwater, metals, and hydrocarbons. Geophysics is: The non-invasive investigation of subsurface conditions in the Earth through measuring, analyzing and interpreting physical fields at the surface. Some studies are used to determine what is directly below the surface (the upper meter or so); other investigations extend to depths of 10's of meters or more.


  • Track 24-1Prediction of geo-mechanical properties of reservoir rocks from well logs
  • Track 24-2Cartography
  • Track 24-3Oceanography
  • Track 24-4Hydrology
  • Track 24-5Glaciology and Polar Science
  • Track 24-6Palaeontology and Palynology
  • Track 24-7Satellite or Remote Sensing
  • Track 24-8Mineralogy and Petrology
  • Track 24-9Soil Science
  • Track 24-10Meteorites
  • Track 24-11Seismology, Tectonics and Volcanology

Astronomy is the study of the sun, moon, stars, planets, comets, gas, galaxies, gas, dust and other non-Earthly bodies and phenomena. In curriculum for K-4 students, NASA defines astronomy as simple "the study of stars, planets and space." Astronomy and astrology were historically associated, but astrology is not a science and is no longer recognized as having anything to do with astronomy. Below we discuss the history of astronomy and related fields of study, including cosmology. Historically, astronomy has focused on observations of heavenly bodies. It is a close cousin to astrophysics. Succinctly put, astrophysics involves the study of the physics of astronomy and concentrates on the behavior, properties and motion of objects out there. However, modern astronomy includes many elements of the motions and characteristics of these bodies, and the two terms are often used interchangeably today.


  • Track 25-1Solar system
  • Track 25-2Extrasolar planets
  • Track 25-3Stars and stellar objects
  • Track 25-4Constellations
  • Track 25-5Clusters and nebulae
  • Track 25-6Galaxies
  • Track 25-7Cosmology
  • Track 25-8Space exploration

Lightning is the result of the build up of electrostatic charge in clouds. Positive and negative charges separate, negative usually towards the bottom of the cloud, while positive goes to the top. After a certain amount of time, the negative charge leaps, connecting with either another cloud or even the ground. Relating to electric fields, the stronger the field, the more likely lightning is attracted to the ground. If field lines are closer together the field in that area is stronger and plausibility of a lightning strike is higher. Lightning is a form of electricity. Benjamin Franklin discovered this in his well-known key and kite experiment. He had let loose a kite into the sky on a stormy day. At the end of the kite string was a metal key. The lightning struck, following the path of least resistance, and since the key is a metal object, it transferred rather well. Shortly after that, lightning rods were developed and attached to houses in hopes of attracting lightning away from the ground and therefore rendering it less dangerous to be around.


  • Track 26-1Cloud-to-ground lightning
  • Track 26-2Intra-cloud lightning
  • Track 26-3Cloud-to-cloud lightning
  • Track 26-4Anvil Crawlers
  • Track 26-5Bolt from the Blue
  • Track 26-6Cloud-to-Air Lightning
  • Track 26-7Bead Lightning
  • Track 26-8Ribbon Lightning
  • Track 26-9Sheet Lightning
  • Track 26-10Ball Lightning
  • Track 26-11Heat Lightning
  • Track 26-12Staccato Lightning

Dark Matter is referred to the hypothetical matter that scientists have not been able to locate in the universe - either through telescopes or using any other technological method. 27% of the matter in the universe is said to be dark matter. Its existence came to the fore because of its gravitational effects on matters that are visible in the universe. Scientists have been unable to directly observe dark matter since they do not emit light or energy. The universe is made up of baryonic matter. This consists of electrons, protons, and neutrons. Dark matter on the other hand, could be made of both baryonic and non-baryonic matter. Despite many speculations regarding the existence of dark matter, no one can clearly define what dark matter is made of.


  • Track 27-1Cold Dark matter
  • Track 27-2Warm Dark matter
  • Track 27-3Hot Dark matter
  • Track 27-4Synopsis: A Way to Cool Dark Matter
  • Track 27-5Baryonic

A technology radar is a way of observing the market for new innovations and technologies and gather information about them in a consistent style, relate and evaluate them on behalf of the own business. RADAR stands for Radio Detection and Ranging System. It is basically an electromagnetic system used to detect the location and distance of an object from the point where the RADAR is placed. It works by radiating energy into space and monitoring the echo or reflected signal from the objects. It operates in the UHF and microwave range.


  • Track 28-1Waveform design
  • Track 28-2Range CFAR
  • Track 28-3Target recognition
  • Track 28-4An automotive radar network based on 77 GHz FMCW sensors

The ability of a digital computer or computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings. The term is frequently applied to the project of developing systems endowed with the intellectual processes characteristic of humans, such as the ability to reason, discover meaning, generalize, or learn from past experience. Since the development of the digital computer in the 1940s, it has been demonstrated that computers can be programmed to carry out very complex tasks—as, for example, discovering proofs for mathematical theorems or playing chess—with great proficiency. Still, despite continuing advances in computer processing speed and memory capacity, there are as yet no programs that can match human flexibility over wider domains or in tasks requiring much everyday knowledge. On the other hand, some programs have attained the performance levels of human experts and professionals in performing certain specific tasks, so that artificial intelligence in this limited sense is found in applications as diverse as medical diagnosis, computer search engines, and voice or handwriting recognition.


  • Track 29-1Natural Language Processing(NLP)
  • Track 29-2Speech Recognition
  • Track 29-3Bayesian Network
  • Track 29-4Artificial Neural Network
  • Track 29-5Experts System
  • Track 29-6Robotics
  • Track 29-7Fuzzy System
  • Track 29-8Deep learning

Supersymmetry is a conjectured symmetry of space and time — and a unique one.  It has been a very popular idea among theoretical physicists, for a number of reasons, for several decades — it was a hit back when I was a student, before physics was cool, and even well before. An automatic consequence of having this symmetry in nature is that every type of particle has one or more superpartners — other types of particles that share many of the same properties, but differ in a crucial way. If a particle is a fermion, its super-partner is a boson. If a particle is a boson, its super-partner is a fermion. It is a symmetry that relates space and time themselves to superpartner directions of space and time — in other words, space-time itself has extra dimensions quite unlike the ones we know.


  • Track 30-1Supersymmetry and Physics Beyond the Standard Model
  • Track 30-2Electroweak Symmetry Breaking
  • Track 30-3Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Supersymmetry
  • Track 30-4Undetected Higgs Decays in Supersymmetry
  • Track 30-5Metastable Supersymmetry Breaking
  • Track 30-6Tunneling Constraints in Cosmological Supersymmetry Breaking