3rd International Conference on
Physics and its Applications

October 21-23, 2024 | Boston, MA

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Gerard 't Hooft Noble Icon
Dr. Gerard 't Hooft
Utrecht University
The Netherlands

Nobel laureate

Dr. Gerard 't Hooft is a distinguished Dutch theoretical physicist, born on July 5, 1946, in Den Helder, Netherlands. Renowned for his pioneering work in particle physics, 't Hooft's research on the renormalization of non-abelian gauge theories, in collaboration with his Ph.D. advisor Martinus J.G. Veltman, was fundamental to the development of the Standard Model. This groundbreaking work earned them the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1999.

't Hooft's contributions extend to predicting the existence of magnetic monopoles, developing lattice gauge theory, and advancing the holographic principle, which has significant implications for quantum gravity and black hole physics. A professor at Utrecht University, he is also known for his philosophical reflections on science and dedication to education.

In addition to the Nobel Prize, 't Hooft has been honored with the Wolf Prize in Physics, the Spinoza Prize, and membership in prestigious scientific academies worldwide. His innovative ideas and rigorous approach continue to inspire and influence the field of theoretical physics.

Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gerard_%27t_Hooft

Keynote Speakers

Physics-2024

Thomas Ramos
Thomas Ramos
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Livermore, CA
Arun Bansil
Northeastern University
Boston, MA
Ravi P .Agarwal
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Kingsville, TX
Michael Hecht
MIT Haystack Observatory
Westford, MA
Zhijun Qiao
University of Texas Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg, Tx
Thomas J. Buckholtz
Ronin Institute
Montclair, NJ
Milind N. Kunchur
University of South Carolina
Columbia, SC
Pablo Martin
Pablo Martin
University of Antofagasta
Chile

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About The Conference

Welcome to the 3rd International Conference on Physics and its Applications (Physics-2024), where leading physicists, researchers, scholars, and industry experts from around the globe gather to explore the latest advancements, exchange ideas, and foster collaborations in the field of physics and its diverse applications.

Physics-2024 presents an unparalleled opportunity to delve into cutting-edge research, groundbreaking discoveries, and revolutionary applications that shape our understanding of the universe. This event serves as a vibrant platform for intellectual exchange, fostering collaborations and inspiring breakthroughs that drive the field forward.

Utilizing the AIDA model, we are determined to make this event an unprecedented success. Our Agenda encompasses captivating keynote speeches, interactive panel discussions, enlightening workshops, and engaging poster presentations. Physics-2024 aims to stimulate minds, ignite curiosity, and create a lasting impact in the realm of physics through immersive sessions and thought-provoking debates.

Featured Talks

Physics-2024

  • Strong Interactions Among Protons Using Lorentz-Transformation of Rotational Frames | Wang Yang, China
  • How does Strong Interaction Create (II) --- Investigating Nucleon Structure and Strong Interactions with a New Quark Model | Yin Rui, China
  • Violation of the Fourier Uncertainty Principle in Human Hearing | Milind N. Kunchur, United States
  • The Family that Gravitation Belongs to | Debabrata Saha, India
  • Causality, Legendrian and Vitual Legendrian Knots | Vladimir Chernov, United States
  • Literal interpretation of iε term in QFT propagato | Roman Sverdlov, United States
  • On Quantum Foundation, as Seen by a Statistician | Inge S. Helland, Norway
  • Tackling an Innovation Challenge in Lower-Limb Prosthetics | Joan Sanders, United States
  • Unlocking Galactic Mysteries: Relativistic Insights into Rotating Galaxies: Gas-Clouds at Hyper-Speeds in the Halo, and Dark Matter Effect | Tsutomu Kambe, Japan
  • Why are Black Holes stable against their own gravity? | Peter Morley, United States
  • Sensitivities and Network Topology in Biochemical Reaction Systems | Takashi Okada, Japan
  • Effects of Geometrical Complexity and the Magnetic Response of Materials on the NMR Observables in Porous Media | Ivan S. Oliveira, Brazil
  • Multiband Fitting Approach of Gamma-Ray Burst Afterglow Light Curves with the Synchrotron External Forward Shock Model | Rahmani Yassine, Algeria
  • The Wealth-Building Potential of Agents Through a Complex Network Supporting Socially Responsible Companies: An Agent-Based Modeling Explanatory Analysis | Fischer Stefan Meira, Brazil
  • Effect of Cs Doping on the Magnetic and Magnetocaloric Properties of LaMnO3 Manganites | Autret-lambert, France
  • Measuring Temperature at the Nanoscale: Experimental Verification of Ergodicity | Igor Sokolov, United States
  • Shape Memory Phenomena and Crystallographic Transformations in Shape Memory Alloys | Osman Adiguzel, Turke
  • Spin Noncommutative Space and Stark Effect | Carlos Alberto Stechhahn, Brazil
  • Detector and Physics Simulation using Heavy ion Collisions at NICA-SPD | Rishav, India
  • Production and Spectroscopic Iinvestigation of Mercury and Radon Isotopes Produced in Complete Fusion Reaction and Multi-nucleon Transfer Reaction at MASHA Facility | Rishav, India
  • Reflection positivity | Palle Jorgensen, United States
  • The Exact Solution of the Pioneer Anomaly and Flyby Anomaly and the Interpretation of Inertia from an Asymmetric Casimir Effect | Azzam Almosallami, Switzerland
  • Physics and Technologies of High-efficiency Solar Cells | Masafumi Yamaguchi, Japan
  • Orthogonal Functions, Hybrid approximations, and Fractional Calculus in Science and Engineering | Mohsen Razzaghi, United States
  • Black holes do not exist | Mario Everaldo de Souza, Brazil
  • Nonlinear Delayed Forcing Drives a Non-delayed Duffing Oscillator | Mattia Coccolo, Spain
  • Atom-light Interface for Quantum Computation and Information | Manish Chaudhary, China
  • Observing the Dead-Cone Effect in Charm and Bottom Quark Jets with OPAL, DELPHI, and ALICE Detectors | Perez Ramos, France
  • Parametric Study for Efficient Proton Acceleration | Mimouna, Algeria
  • The Utilization of the Sardar Sub-equation Method to Extract Highly Dispersed Solitons in Optical Twin-core Couplers Together with Materials Possessing the Kerr Law of Nonlinear Reflexive Index, Involving Beta Derivatives in Space and Time | Abdulmalik, Libya
  • Role of Physics in Reducing Environmental Pollutions and Wastewater Treatment | Fikadu Takele Geldasa, Ethiopia
  • Mixed, Augmented, and Virtual Reality Applications and AI for Enhanced Physics Education Development and Delivery | James Uhomoibhi, United Kingdom
  • Magnetic Black Hole in Einstein-Dilaton-Square Root Nonlinear Electrodynamics | Kanishk Verma, India
  • Intermediate Band Solar Cells: A Novel and Promising Third-Generation Photovoltaic Technology | Radouane En-nadir, Morocco
  • Application of Logging and Seismic Methods in Determining Oil and Gas Potential in the Qinghai Tibet Plateau Region | Lin Zhong, China
  • Surface Magnon Spectra of Nodal Loop Semimetals | Assem Mustafa Abdalrhman Alassaf, Hungary
  • Opto-thermal Effects in WGM Microresonators and Microcavitie | Victor Antonio Siqueira Marques, Brazil
  • Triple Differential Cross-section for Electron-impact Ionization of Atoms and Molecules in Symmetric Kinematics | Tarek Khatir, Algeria
  • Optimizing Gossiping for Asynchronous Fault-Prone IoT Networks With Memory and Battery Constraints | Ramon Xulvi-Brunet, Ecuador
  • Quantification of Antibody-Antigens Interactions in Lateral Flow Immunoassay Tests | Christina Walker, United States
  • Study and Characterization of Zeolites for the Removal of Artificial Radionuclides in Wastewater Samples from Nuclear Power Plants | Fabrizio Ambrosino, Italy
  • Modified Single-folded Potentials for the Elastic Scattering of α-particle | Md Nure Alam Abdullah, Bangladesh
  • Conveyor-mode electron shuttling for scalable spin-qubit quantum computers | Lars R Schreiber
  • Anomalous gamma and neutron radiations | Boris Ivanovich Ivlev
  • Nonlinear Optics of Viruses: On The Possibility of Highly Selective In Vivo Excitation of Given Virus | Vadim Oshurko
  • Improved Mid-Infrared Responsivity and Dynamics of Hot Carriers at the Metal Silicon Interface | Ching-Fuh Lin
  • Generative Adversarial Networks-Based Aerodynamic Analysis and Optimization | Xiaosong Du
  • A Precise Analytic Approximation for the Bessel function Jv(x) with v in the interval (0,2), by means of a new technique | Pablo Martin
  • Exploring Dark Matter: Gravitational Lensing Insights | Swastik Anupam
  • The transition from a three-dimensional form of motion through n-dimensional to a one-dimensional form of movement of a foreign atom | Kalashnikov Evgenii
  • Three-Dimensional Boundary Element Modeling for Thermo-Elastoplastic Stress Sensitivities in Anisotropic Fibrous Polymer Composites | Mohamed Abdelsabour Fahmy
  • Feynman Operator Calculus, Dyson's Conjectures and the Symmetric Big Bang | Tepper L Gill
  • A Comparison Between Compton Profiles Obtained From a Full QED S-Matrix Based Doubly Differential Cross Section Spectrum to Those Obtained From a Relativistic Electron Momentum Distribution Function | Larry LaJohn
  • Structural, Magnetic, Electronic, Elastic, and Thermoelectric Properties of CoCrS Half- Heusler Compound: ab-initio Study | Ahmad
  • Indoor Air Quality and the Analysis of Thermal Comfort of Basement Bank Vault in Three Cities in Nigeria | Benjamin Anyaegbuna
  • The Existence of a Universal Frame of Reference, in Which it Propagates Light, is Still an Unresolved Problem of Physics | Roman Szoste
  • Deposition of hydroxyapatite ceramic coatings on different substrates by low pressure cold spray | John Dairo Henao Penenrey, Mexico
  • Supervised Classification of Variable Stars using Gaia DR3 Data | Sreeansh Parija, United States
  • Metastable States In The Ising Model With Competing Dynamics AndaComplexNetwork | Rafael Alves Dumer, Brazil
  • Novel Burn Rate Catalyst for Solid Rocket Propulsion | Yinon Yavor, Israel
  • Bioadsorbent from hydrilla verticillata for remediation of wastewater containing the active metal Pb | Mrs. Enda Rasilta Tarigan, Indonesia
  • Quantum hypercomputation by coherent water domains | Diego Tomassone, Italy
  • Emerging Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Semiconductors for Advanced Optics and Optoelectronic | Afaf El-Sayed, Spain
  • Strain and piezo-electrical effects in InAs/GaAs quantum dot | Tanja Zatezalo, United States
  • Design of Strongly Nonlinear Graphene Nanoelectromechanical Systems in Quantum Regime | Jaesung Lee, United States
  • The Laser Induced Shock Wave effects within the Ultra-Short Pulse regime at high repetition frequency and its impacts on soft ferromagnetic materials | Olivier Maloberti
  • Metallization of the hydrogen isotopes; results and applications | Isaac Silvera
  • Room Temperature Ambient Pressure Superconductor, CES-2023, and Its Applications | Yong-Jihn Kim
  • Chromatin Structure and Dynamics at Nanoscale | Yuri Lyubchenko AdS/BCFT holographic transport in Horndeski | Fabiano F. Santos

Conference:

3rd International Conference on Physics and its Application at Boston, MA during October 21-23, 2024, is a great stage to identify and share the current trends, opportunities, and threats to the vitality and success of the Physicist.

Registrations:

Get access to content from the meeting, the comprehensive digital library of content with all presentations from both in-person as well as virtual. Book 5 or more passes and get a group discount offer. Bring your team to get the complete experience and maximize each case study, panel, workshop, roundtable and networking opportunities.

Agenda:

We aim to foster collaboration among researchers worldwide. This premier event offers a platform for sharing and disseminating groundbreaking research findings. Additionally, it serves as a catalyst for innovation, bringing together esteemed speakers, policy makers, and scientific leaders from various disciplines to ignite fresh ideas and inspire transformative breakthroughs.

Connect with audience:

Distinguished speakers and attendees from around the globe converge to engage in an enlightening exploration of the current state and future trajectory of physics research. This international gathering serves as a platform for leaders to share their objective and impartial perspectives on the advancements in the field, while fostering invaluable scientific networking and fostering collaborative efforts on a global scale

Sessions

Physics-2024

  • Astrophysics
  • Astroparticle Physics
  • Atomic & Molecular Physics
  • Particle Physics
  • Quantum Physics
  • Nuclear Physics
  • Condensed Matter Physics
  • Plasma Physics

  • Geophysics
  • Radiation Physics
  • Material Physics
  • Nano-Physics
  • Fluid Physics
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electronics
  • Computational Physics

  • Mathematical & Statistical Physics
  • Lasers, Optics & Photonics
  • Instruments & Instrumentation
  • Acoustics
  • Biophysics
  • Chemical Physics

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October 21-23, 2024 || Boston, MA

Boston is one of the oldest and most historically significant cities in the United States and the city is also a hub of education and culture, home to numerous prestigious universities like Harvard and MIT, as well as a vibrant arts scene and world-class museums.

Conference Strategy

Morning

07:30-08:00 Registrations and Badge Pickup
08:00-08:20 Opening, Welcome and Announcements
08:20-10:40 Keynote Session
10:40-10:55 Networking Break
10:55-13:40 Keynote Session

Afternoon

13:40-14:10 Networking Lunch
14:10-15:30 Scientific Session

Evening

15:30-15:45 Networking Break
15:45-18:10 Scientific Session

Morning

08:30-10:10 Scientific Session
10:10-10:25 Networking Break
10:25-11:30 Scientific Session
11:30-12:45 Scientific Session

Afternoon

12:45-13:30 Networking Lunch
13:30-15:30 Scientific Session

Evening

15:30-15:45 Networking Break
15:45-17:10 Scientific Session
17:25-18:00 Poster Session

Morning

08:30-10:10 Scientific Session
10:10-10:25 Networking Break
10:25-11:30 Scientific Session
11:30-12:45 Scientific Session

Afternoon

12:45-13:30 Networking Lunch
13:30-15:30 Scientific Session

Evening

15:30-15:45 Networking Break
15:45-17:40 Scientific Session

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