A Step into the Future, Recent Progress and Innovations in Physics
The Organizing Committee of Physics 2019 takes immense pleasure in welcoming the sound minds in Science and Technology to our 4th International Conference on Applied Physics scheduled on April 15-16, 2019 Frankfurt, Germany.
The conference theme “A Step into the Future, Recent Progress and Innovations in Physics” encourages the leading technological research in both academia and industrial applications.
Physics Conference 2019 is your perfect opportunity to meet the largest gathering of participants from various parts of the world. The conference program includes presentations, workshops/seminars from researchers in both academic and industrial fields, network and connect with potential scientists and delegate interactions. The informative presentations at the physics meeting will highlight the latest technological discoveries and probable solutions that enhances the development of Science and Technology.
Join us at Physics 2019, the technological forum that connects the distinguished industrialists and academicians all over the world in the field of Physics, Acoustics, Lasers, Medical Physics, Clinical Imaging, Quantum Physics, Nanotechnology, Biophysics, Materials Science, Microscopy, Astronomy, Mathematics, Energy Physics and more.
Meet and Explore Frankfurt, Germany at Physics conference 2019.
Take a look through our news section below, where you will find engaging discoveries from global researchers, innovations, interesting industry articles and more. If you’d like to learn more, simply reach out.
'OPTICAL ROCKET' FROM INTENSE LASER LIGHT
In a recent experiment at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, plasma electrons in the paths of intense laser light pulses were almost instantly accelerated close to the speed of light.
EXOTIC TOPOLOGICAL QUANTUM MAGNET
Physicists have discovered a novel quantum state of matter whose symmetry can be manipulated at will by an external magnetic field. The methods demonstrated in a series of experiments could be useful for exploring materials for next-generation nano- or quantum technologies.
QUANTUM COMPUTERS WITH TINY CAMERA LENS
An international team of researchers led by The Australian National University (ANU) has invented a tiny camera lens, which may lead to a device that links quantum computers to an optical fibre network.
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