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4th International Conference on Condensed Matter and Materials Physics, will be organized around the theme “Reaching out to the World of Matter, Material and its Physics”

Materials Physics 2018 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Materials Physics 2018

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Condensed matter physics is a dynamic turf of research in modern physics. It deals with how matter arises from a big number of unfolding atoms and electrons what physical things it has as a result of these collaborations. The turf of condensed matter physics determines the microscopic properties and macroscopic of matter. The scientific study of the properties of liquids, solids, and other forms of matter in which atoms or particles adhere to each other or are else highly concentrated. Solid-state physics is a branch of condensed matter physics.

  • Track 1-1Numerical Analysis and Modelling in Condensed Matter Physics
  • Track 1-2Condensed Matter Theory
  • Track 1-3Lattice Periodicity
  • Track 1-4Study in Condensed Matter Physics through Scattering
  • Track 1-5Theoretical Models
  • Track 1-6String Theory
  • Track 1-7Plasmionics

The physical properties of materials are described by Material physics. It is a mixture of physical sciences such as chemistry, solid mechanics and materials science. Materials physics applies fundamental condensed matter models to complex multi-phase media, including materials of technological interest and it is also considered as subsection of condensed matter physics. A material is defined as a substance that is intended to be used for certain applications. There are a myriad of materials around us they can be found in anything from buildings to spacecraft. Crystalline and non-crystalline are two classes of Materials. Materials physics synthesis, the topics of materials like metals, semiconductors, ceramics and polymers. New and advanced materials that are being developed include Nano-materials and bio-materials etc.

  • Track 2-1Materials characterization
  • Track 2-2Smart Materials
  • Track 2-3Composite Materials
  • Track 2-4Materials Science
  • Track 2-5Environmental Materials
  • Track 2-6Graphene and Fullerenes

Computational Materials Physics is the advancement of modern computation techniques has enabled the ability to predict physical properties of crystal structures, establish structure-properties of materials, and simulate physical and mechanical processes for well-defined yet complex systems. Theoretical Materials Physics is a research field where the focus lies on modeling, predicting, and designing materials, that we encounter in our daily life. Such a progression has been brought about by the remarkable technological progress especially that made over the past two decades, in the development of large scale computing facilities, and their ensuing utilization to the resolution of problems in physics which do not lend themselves to exact analytical treatments. 

  • Track 3-1Molecular Physics
  • Track 3-2Theory of Metals
  • Track 3-3Atomistic Simulation
  • Track 3-4Computational Physics of Liquid Crystals
  • Track 3-5Electronic and Thermoelectric Materials
  • Track 3-6Density Functional Theory
  • Track 3-7Electrostatics in Soft Matter
  • Track 3-8Molecular Dynamics Simulations

Experimental condensed matter and materials physics gains a fundamental understanding of the properties of materials at the atomic scale has been a major goal driving basic research in condensed matter and materials physics. Beyond the intellectual pursuit, many of the recent major technological advances in consumer electronics are a direct result of fundamental condensed matter and materials physics research. Developments in this field are often of equal importance for technological applications and for refining our fundamental understanding of the nature of matter and materials. One need only consider the revolution caused by the development of the transistor, similarly to follow from the discovery of high-temperature superconductors.

  • Track 4-1Molecular Beam Epitaxy
  • Track 4-2Spintronics
  • Track 4-3Experimental Surface Physics
  • Track 4-4Terahertz Metamaterials
  • Track 4-5Synchrotron X-ray Scattering
  • Track 4-6Optical Spectroscopy of Complex Materials
  • Track 4-7Experimental Studies of Gels
  • Track 4-8High Temperature Superconductors

Soft Condensed matter is a young turf of condensed matter physics. This field is generally described as materials concerned with a strong application on understanding macromolecular assemblies. The constituent particles are condensed by classical mechanics and quantum-mechanical effects in their interactions can be neglected in many structures. Such structures are said to be subject of soft condensed matter physics. The word soft in this context does not have anything to do with the softness of the subsequent material, but it is just a proxy to the classical nature of the particles.

  • Track 5-1Liquid Crystal Science and Technology
  • Track 5-2Polymers
  • Track 5-3Membranes
  • Track 5-4Dynamics in Soft Materials
  • Track 5-5Complex Fluids
  • Track 5-6Soft Matter Materials
  • Track 5-7Thin films and Interfaces

Magnetic materials are materials which display magnetic properties and they are classified in terms of their properties and uses. Soft magnetic material is easily magnetized and demagnetized, whereas permanent magnetic material is difficult to demagnetize. Materials in between permanent and soft are almost completely used as recording media and have no other general term to describe them. Other classifications for types of magnetic materials are subsets of soft or hard materials, such as magnetoresistive and magnetostrictive materials. Optical materials which are reflecting, absorbing, focusing an optical beam, the efficiency of a specific material at each task is sturdily wavelength dependent, thus a full understanding of the contact between light and matter is vital.

  • Track 6-1Novel Magnetic Materials
  • Track 6-2Multiferroics and Magnetodielectrics
  • Track 6-3Optoelectronics
  • Track 6-4Single Crystals and Novel Materials
  • Track 6-5Structural Materials
  • Track 6-6Ceramic Materials
  • Track 6-7Polymer Materials

Solid-state physics is deals with firm matter through mediums like crystallography, metallurgy, electromagnetism, and quantum mechanics. It is one of the major branches of condensed matter physics. It considers how the large-scale properties of solid materials result from their atomic scale properties and it studies properties of materials such as heat capacity and electrical conduction. This track synthesis, modern research topics like quasi-crystals, Spin glass, strongly correlated materials.

  • Track 7-1Crystallography
  • Track 7-2Strongly correlated electronic systems
  • Track 7-3Quasicrystals
  • Track 7-4Electromagnetism
  • Track 7-5Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 7-6Experimental condensed matter physics

Meta materials are materials which are prepared with unknown properties. They are mad by merging altered elements and if made appropriately, they can disturb the sound waves and electromagnetic radiation. They have a wide range of requirements from aerospace industry to light and sound filtering devices. Metasurface refers to a type of artificial sheet material with electromagnetic properties and sub-wavelength thickness on demand. In horizontal dimensions, metasurfaces could be either structured or not structured with sub-wavelength scrambled patterns. Metasurfaces in the electromagnetic theory could modulate the behaviors through the specific boundary conditions of electromagnetic waves. Sometimes 2D counterparts of metamaterials refer metasurfaces.

  • Track 8-1Advanced Materials
  • Track 8-2Electromagnetic Metasurfaces
  • Track 8-3Three-Dimensional Metamaterials
  • Track 8-4Carbon Nanotubes and Graphene in Metamaterials
  • Track 8-5Meta Materials in Daily Life
  • Track 8-6Diffractive Optical Elements
  • Track 8-7Quantum Metamaterials

Superconductivity is the property of matter when it displays zero resistance to the flow of electric current. Superconductivity undertakes extraordinary capabilities for electric circuits. If conductor resistance could be eliminated completely, there would be no inefficiencies in electric power systems due to stray resistances. Electric motors could be made almost perfectly efficient. The ideal characteristics of components like capacitors and inductors are normally ruined by inherent wire resistances, could be made ideal in a practical sense.

  • Track 9-1Superconducting Materials
  • Track 9-2Two-dimensional superconductivity
  • Track 9-3Superconducting Quantum Interference Devices
  • Track 9-4Superfluidity
  • Track 9-5Surface Superconductivity
  • Track 9-6Superconductivity Applications
  • Track 9-7High Temperature superconductivity

The Semiconductor materials address the research and new development of designs of materials and manufacturing systems that have the potential for strong change in the semiconductor industry. Semiconductor materials are technically minor band gap insulators. The significant property of a semiconductor material is that it can be doped with impurities that modify its electronic properties in a well-regulated way. A semiconductor material has an electrical conductivity value falling between a conductor and an insulator. Different semiconductor materials differ in their properties and most commonly used semiconductor materials are crystalline inorganic solids and they are classified according to the periodic table groups of their constituent atoms.

  • Track 10-1Organic Semiconductors
  • Track 10-2Photovoltaics
  • Track 10-3Surface and Interface physics
  • Track 10-4Physics and Application of Soluble Semiconductors
  • Track 10-5Spintronics Materials and Devices
  • Track 10-6Semiconductor nanostructures

Quantum Physics is a science of the very small. Quantum mechanics describes the behaviour of matter and its relations by energy on the scale of atoms and subatomic particles. By distinction, classical physics only explains matter and energy on a scale conversant to human experience, including the behaviour of astronomical bodies such as the Moon. Classical physics is still used in ample of modern science and technology. However, towards the end of the nineteenth century, scientists discovered occurrences in both the large (macro) and the small (micro) worlds that classical physics could not explain. Coming to terms with these limits led to two major revolutions in physics which created a shift in the original scientific model: the theory of relativity and the development of quantum mechanics. This article describes how physicists discovered the limits of classical physics and developed the main concepts of the quantum theory that replaced it in the early decades of the twentieth century. These concepts are described in roughly the order in which they were first discovered.

  • Track 11-1Quantum Magnetism
  • Track 11-2Quantum Phase Transitions
  • Track 11-3Quantum Materials
  • Track 11-4Quantum State
  • Track 11-5Quantum Optics

Nuclear physics is the science that studies about atomic nuclei, its constituents and interactions. The research has led to applications in many fields such as magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, nuclear weapons, radiocarbon dating in geology and archaeology and ion implantation in materials engineering. The most usually known application of nuclear physics is nuclear power generation. The modern nuclear physics includes nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, nuclear decay and Production of "heavy" elements using atomic number greater than five.

  • Track 12-1Gravitational Physics
  • Track 12-2Nuclear forces and nuclear models
  • Track 12-3Astrophysics and Cosmology
  • Track 12-4Astrochemistry and Astrobiology
  • Track 12-5Atomic and Molecular physics
  • Track 12-6Interactions and Fluctuations in Condensed Matter Physics

In Nano-scale Physics, the application of nanotechnology of scientific knowledge to measure, create, pattern, manipulate, utilize or incorporate materials and components. It is of wider significance that the power of nanotechnology has enabled complexity to be understood at ever smaller scales, which is helping humanity to understand the specific basis of some of the oldest and most intractable of technologies, such as those involved in food and medicine. In Nano-scale the detail nanostructural is microstructure and to describe nanostructures it is necessary to distinguish between the numbers of dimensions in the volume of an object. The surfaces have one dimension on the nanoscale are called Nanotextured surfaces. In biology Nanoscale structure is often called as ultrastructure. In physics, the properties of nanoscale objects and ensembles of these objects are widely studied.

  • Track 13-1Nanomaterials
  • Track 13-2Nano Structures
  • Track 13-3Nano Electronic devices
  • Track 13-4Nano Wires
  • Track 13-5Spectroscopy of Nano-Structures
  • Track 13-6Mesoscopic World

The advancement over growth and manufacture of ceramic materials represents advanced ceramics. The new materials or new combinations of existing materials have been designed through the application of a modern materials science that exhibit surprising variations on the properties traditionally ascribed to ceramics. As a result, there are now ceramic products that are as tough and electrically conductive as some metals. Developments in advanced ceramic processing continue at a rapid pace, constituting what can be considered a revolution in the kind of materials and properties obtained.

  • Track 14-1Fine Ceramics
  • Track 14-2Ceramic Materials
  • Track 14-3Composite and Hybrid Materials
  • Track 14-4Powdered materials
  • Track 14-5Porous Materials

Bio-Physics is a branch of biology that relates the methods of physics to the study of biological processes and structures. It is an inter-disciplinary science using methods of, and theories from, physics to study biological systems. Biophysics distances all scales of biological organization, from the molecular scale to entire organisms and ecosystems. Biophysical research parts significant overlap with nanotechnology, computational biology, biochemistry, systems biology, and (complex) bioengineering. It has been recommended as a bridge between biology and physics.

  • Track 15-1Condensed Matter Physics in Biotech
  • Track 15-2Cellular Molecular Biophysics
  • Track 15-3Biophysical Mechanisms
  • Track 15-4Ultra Low Temperatures
  • Track 15-5Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Track 15-6Topology