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International Conference on Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering, will be organized around the theme “Future Scope and Enhancement in Quantum Physics and Nuclear Engineering”

Quantum Physics 2016 is comprised of 11 tracks and 143 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Quantum Physics 2016.

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Quantum chemistry  primary focus the application of quantum mechanics in physical models and experiments of chemical systems. Quantum Crystallography (QCr) concerns the combining of crystallographic data with quantum-mechanical techniques in such a way that it should be possible to obtain information of enhanced value. Quantum technology is a new field of physics and engineering, which transitions some of the properties of quantum mechanics, especially quantum entanglement, quantum superposition and quantum tunnelling, into practical applications such as quantum computing, quantum sensing, quantum cryptography, quantum simulation, quantum metrology and quantum imaging. 

  • Track 1-1Quantum Electronics
  • Track 1-2Applied Physics and Materials Science
  • Track 1-3Quantum Crystallography
  • Track 1-4Quantum Technology
  • Track 1-5Quantum Metaphysics
  • Track 1-6Quantum Physics Theories
  • Track 1-7Many-Body Quantum Theory in Condensed Matter Physics
  • Track 1-8Quantum Mathematics
  • Track 1-9Mathematics of Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 1-10Mathematics of Classical Quantum Physics
  • Track 1-11Quantum Chemistry
  • Track 1-12Quantum Physics Experiments
  • Track 1-13Quantum Mechanics Experiments
  • Track 1-14Quantum Theory Experiments
  • Track 1-15Applications of Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 1-16Quantum Effects in Biological Systems
  • Track 1-17Quantum Beam Science
  • Track 1-18Experimental Physics
  • Track 1-19Quantum Experiments
  • Track 1-20Quantum Metrology
  • Track 1-21Significance of Quantum Physics in Astrophysics

    In Quantum mechanics, an energy level is said to be degenerate if it corresponds to two or more different measurable states of a quantum system. Conversely, two or more different states of a Quantum mechanical system are said to be degenerate if they give the same value of energy upon measurement. The exchange interaction is a Quantum mechanical effect between identical particles. (Actually, one should better speak only of the exchange energy, or the exchange term, to avoid the incorrect idea that this effect corresponds to a classical force or potential.) In particle physics, quantum electrodynamics (QED) is the relativistic quantum field theory of electrodynamics. In essence, it describes how light and matter interacts and is the first theory where full agreement between Quantum mechanics and special relativity is achieved.

  • Track 2-1Corelation and Degeneracy Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 2-2Quantum Functional Circutary
  • Track 2-3Exchange Interaction
  • Track 2-4Quantum Electronics
  • Track 2-5Non Relativistic Quantum Theory
  • Track 2-6Quantum Electrodynamics
  • Track 2-7Hidden non linear symmetries and super symmetry in Quantum Systems
  • Track 2-8Quantum Dots
  • Track 2-9Quantum Dot Nanoswitches
  • Track 2-10Mechanical Systems in the Quantum Regime
  • Track 2-11Post-Quantum Cryptography

   In Quantum Physics, Quantum State refers to the state of a Quantum system. Quantum system can be either pure or mixed. A pure Quantum state is represented by a vector, called a state vector, in a Hilbert space. If this Hilbert Space is represented as a function space, then its elements are called Wave functions. when  pairs or groups of particles are generated or interact in ways such that the Quantum state of each particle cannot be described independently instead, a Quantum state may be given for the system as a whole then the phenomenon Entanglement occurs. Quantum vacuum zero-point energy is the lowest possible energy that a Quantum mechanical physical system may have. All Quantum mechanical systems undergo fluctuations even in their ground state and have associated zero-point energy, a consequence of their wave-like nature. It is the energy of its ground state.

  • Track 3-1Quantum cosmology and its final unification
  • Track 3-2Advanced Quantum Computers
  • Track 3-3Quantum Entanglement
  • Track 3-4Coherent and squeezed coherent state
  • Track 3-5Zero Point energy
  • Track 3-6Wave Function collapse
  • Track 3-7Vacuum state
  • Track 3-8Quasinormal Mode
  • Track 3-9Ultra-fast quantum phenomena
  • Track 3-10Quantum Chromo dynamics
  • Track 3-11Quantum gravity

     An Interpretation of Quantum mechanics is a set of statements which attempt to explain how Quantum mechanics informs our understanding of nature. In physics, the locality principle states that an object is only directly influenced by its immediate surroundings. A physical theory is said to be a local theory if it is consistent with the principle of locality.The quantum action is an operator, although it is superficially different from the path integral formulation where the action is a classical function, the modern formulation of the two formalisms are identical. Interpretations of Quantum mechanics attempt to provide a conceptual framework for understanding the many aspects of Quantum mechanics which are not easily handled by the conceptual framework used for classical physics.

  • Track 4-1Locality principle
  • Track 4-2CHSH inequality
  • Track 4-3Hidden variable theory
  • Track 4-4Path integral formulation
  • Track 4-5Quantum action
  • Track 4-6Many-words interpretation
  • Track 4-7Quantum Artificial Intelligence
  • Track 4-8Quantum Photonics
  • Track 4-9Photonic communications
  • Track 4-10Quantum communications

   In physics, a string is a physical object that appears in string theory and related subjects. Unlike elementary particles, which are zero-dimensional or point-like by definition, strings are one-dimensional extended objects, Computational physics is the study and implementation of numerical analysis to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists. Super symmetry (SUSY), a theory of particle physics, is a proposed type of space time symmetry that relates two basic classes of elementary particles: bosons, which have an integer-valued "spin", and fermions, which have a half-integer spin. In physics, string theory is a theoretical framework in which the point-like particles of particle physics are replaced by one-dimensional objects called strings.

  • Track 5-1Quantum Lasers
  • Track 5-2Computation and Super symmetry
  • Track 5-3Quantum Nanotechnology and Nanomaterials
  • Track 5-4Quantum Probabilities for Inflation from Holography
  • Track 5-5Non-Commutative Geometry
  • Track 5-6String Field Theory
  • Track 5-7Quantum phenomena in Graphene
  • Track 5-8Quantum Thermodynamics
  • Track 5-9Quantum Cognition
  • Track 5-10Quantum Optics

  Wave Particle Duality is the concept that every elementary particle entity exhibits the properties of not only particles, but also waves. It addresses the inability of the classical concepts "particle" or "wave" to fully describe the behaviour of Quantum-scale objects. The WKB approximation is a method for finding approximate solutions to linear differential equations with spatially varying coefficients. It is typically used for a semi classical calculation in Quantum mechanics. Wightman axioms are an attempt at a mathematically rigorous formulation of Quantum field theory.

  • Track 6-1Wave Particle Duality
  • Track 6-2WKB Approximation
  • Track 6-3Wightman Axioms
  • Track 6-4Quantum Teleportation
  • Track 6-5Symmetry and Asymmetry in Quantum Physics
  • Track 6-6Methods in Quantum Molecular Dynamics
  • Track 6-7The Classical Universes of the No-Boundary Quantum State
  • Track 6-8Quantum Algorithms and Computation

   The infrared (IR) divergence only appears in theories with massless particles (such as photons). They represent a legitimate effect that a complete theory often implies. One way to deal with it is to impose an infrared cut off and take the limit as the cut off approaches zero. BRST quantization denotes a relatively rigorous mathematical approach to quantizing a field theory with gauge symmetry. Quantization rules in earlier QFT frameworks resembled "prescriptions" or "heuristics" more than proofs, especially in non-abelian QFT, where the use of "ghost fields" with superficially bizarre properties is almost unavoidable for technical reasons related to renormalization and anomaly cancellation

  • Track 7-1Infrared Divergence, Infrared Fixed Point
  • Track 7-2Ultraviolet Divergence
  • Track 7-3Path-Ordering
  • Track 7-4BRST Charge
  • Track 7-5PT- Symmetric Quantum Physics
  • Track 7-6V-Quantum Information
  • Track 7-7Quantum Fermi Paradox
  • Track 7-8Quantum Motors
  • Track 7-9Quantum Decoherence and Dephasing
  • Track 7-10Quantum Brownian Motion
  • Track 7-11Can we feel the 5th dimension?

   Quantum dissipation is the branch of physics that studies the quantum analogues of the process of irreversible loss of energy observed at the classical level. Its main purpose is to derive the laws of classical dissipation from the framework of quantum mechanics. A dissipative system is a thermodynamically open system which is operating out of, and often far from, thermodynamic equilibrium in an environment with which it exchanges energy and matter. Quantum technology is a new field of physics and engineering, which transitions some of the stranger features of quantum mechanics, especially quantum entanglement and most recently quantum tunnelling, into practical applications such as quantum computing, quantum cryptography, quantum simulation, quantum metrology, quantum sensing, and quantum imaging.

  • Track 8-1Theory of Coherent Transport
  • Track 8-2Quantization of Transport
  • Track 8-3Single-Electron Tunneling
  • Track 8-4Dissipative Quantum Systems
  • Track 8-5Driven Quantum Systems
  • Track 8-6Quantum Technologies and Information Processing

Nuclear Pollution happens when Radioactive element come into contact with other elements in environment & emits “Alpha & Gamma rays”(Short Wave Electromagnetic Rays) Which is serious threat to living organisms. The evidence over six decades shows that nuclear power is a safe means of generating electricity. The risk of accidents in nuclear power plants is low and declining. The consequences of an accident or terrorist attack are minimal compared with other commonly accepted risks. Research reactors are nuclear reactors that serve primarily as a neutron source. They are also called non-power reactors, in contrast to power reactors that are used for electricity production, heat generation, or maritime propulsion.

  • Track 9-1Nuclear Pollution
  • Track 9-2Nuclear Safety
  • Track 9-3Nuclear Science Scientists Insights
  • Track 9-4Nuclear Analytical Methods
  • Track 9-5Nuclear Forensics
  • Track 9-6Nuclear Technology Applications and Innovations
  • Track 9-7Nuclear Radiation
  • Track 9-8Nuclear Science and Technology
  • Track 9-9Nuclear Research
  • Track 9-10Modelling and Simulation in Fusion Engineering
  • Track 9-11Nuclear Physics Research
  • Track 9-12Next Generation and Advanced Reactors
  • Track 9-13Nuclear Instruments and Methods
  • Track 9-14Fission and Fusion of Atomic Nuclei
  • Track 9-15Nuclear Chemistry
  • Track 9-16Radiation Protection and Measurement
  • Track 9-17Nuclear Materials and Nuclear Fuels
  • Track 9-18Nuclear Pharmacy
  • Track 9-19Nuclear medicine facilities and medical physics

   A nuclear reactor, formerly known as atomic pile, is a device used to initiate and control a sustained nuclear chain reaction. A nuclear power plant is a thermal power station in which the heat source is a nuclear reactor. A nuclear weapon is an explosive device that derives its destructive force from nuclear reactions, either fission (fission bomb) or a combination of fission and fusion (thermonuclear weapon). Both reactions release vast quantities of energy from relatively small amounts of matter. Nuclear proliferation is the spread of nuclear weapons, fissionable material, and weapons-applicable nuclear technology and information to nations not recognized as "Nuclear Weapon States" by the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, also known as the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty.

  • Track 10-1Generation and Measurement of Quantum Beams
  • Track 10-2Condenced matter and Complex systems
  • Track 10-3Used-Fuel Management, Proliferation Resistance
  • Track 10-4Environmental Radioactivity
  • Track 10-5Dynamic Interaction: A new concept of confinement
  • Track 10-6Low Energy Nuclear Theory and Experiment Nuclear Magnetism
  • Track 10-7Fusion Energy
  • Track 10-8Nuclear reactors
  • Track 10-9Nuclear Isomers- A PRIMER
  • Track 10-10Nuclear Materials Radiation Detection and Applications
  • Track 10-11Advances in Nuclear Power Plants
  • Track 10-12High Performance Nuclear Reactors
  • Track 10-13Nuclear Weapons
  • Track 10-14Materials that enable the effective use of Nuclear Energy
  • Track 10-15Nuclear Reactor Safety
  • Track 10-16Nuclear Fuel
  • Track 10-17Nuclear Proliferation
  • Track 10-18Thermalhydraulics
  • Track 10-19Probabilistic and Deterministic Safety Analysis
  • Track 10-20Nuclear Energy and Radwaste

A Quantum computer maintains a sequence of qubits. A single qubit can represent a one, a zero, or any quantum superposition of those two qubit states; a pair of qubits can be in any quantum superposition of 4 states, and three qubits in any superposition of 8 states. Nuclear reactors are used at nuclear power plants for electricity generation and in propulsion of ships. Heat from nuclear fission is passed to a working fluid (water or gas), which runs through turbines.

  • Track 11-1Quantum Realm
  • Track 11-2Quantum Computing-Creating a new generation of computing devices
  • Track 11-3Quantum Cyber Security
  • Track 11-4Nano scale Magnetism
  • Track 11-5Small Reactors
  • Track 11-6Advanced power reactors
  • Track 11-7Advanced power Reactors
  • Track 11-8Light Water Reactors
  • Track 11-9Heavy Water Reactors
  • Track 11-10Fast Neutron Reactors
  • Track 11-11Upgraded Nuclear Weapons- Present Capabilities
  • Track 11-12Sustainable Minerals and Recent Trends in Metallurgical Engineering
  • Track 11-13Man-Machine Interactions
  • Track 11-14Innovative Technologies
  • Track 11-15Mechatronics
  • Track 11-16Industrial Control Networks