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Quantum Mechanics or Quantum Physics session brings you the research on the theoretical, experimental and applied quantum physics phenomena. The prediction of behaviour of particles at the subatomic level where the classical mechanics is unreliable. An example of a system that exhibits quantum physical effects on macroscopic scale is super fluidity. This quantum physics theory also provides probability and descriptions for previously poorly understood phenomena.



  • Track 1-1Molecular Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 1-2Laser, Optics & Photonics
  • Track 1-3Pure and Applied Physics
  • Track 1-4Quantum Materials
  • Track 1-5Quantum Electronics
  • Track 1-6Quantum chromo dynamics
  • Track 1-7Applied Mathematics
  • Track 1-8Quantum interference
  • Track 1-9Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 1-10Quantum technology and Measurement
  • Track 1-11Applications of Quantum mechanics
  • Track 1-12Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics
  • Track 1-13Quantum Information Theory
  • Track 1-14Quantum Thermodynamics
  • Track 1-15Quantum States and Quantum Dots
  • Track 1-16Quantum Information Science
  • Track 1-17Quantum Cryptography
  • Track 1-18Quantum Plasmonics
  • Track 1-19Quantum Transport and Dissipation
  • Track 1-20Quantum Logic and Simulation
  • Track 1-21Quantum Metrology and Sensing
  • Track 1-22Block chain Technology
  • Track 1-23Quantum Error Correction

The quantum field theory session deals with the theoretical frameworks underlying the classical theories and reproducing particles that do not exist in quantum physics. Statistical application of condensed matter physics, quantum gravity and quantum electrodynamics (QED) are the core theories of focus in this quantum field theory session. Research in quantum physics is substantial in the past decade, and it continues to be an area of interest to many theoretical physicists who try to apply mathematical solutions to the quantum particles

  • Track 2-1Quantization of the Bosonic String
  • Track 2-2Conformal Field Theory
  • Track 2-3Quantum Decoherence and Dephasing
  • Track 2-4Bosonic String Action
  • Track 2-5Quantization of Non Abelian Gauge Theories
  • Track 2-6Quantum Decoherence and Dephasing
  • Track 2-7Radial Quantization
  • Track 2-8Quantum Brownian Motion
  • Track 2-9Quantum Chromodynamics


In 2016, three physicists were awarded Nobel Prize for rewriting our understanding of exotic phase transitional quantum states on the surfaces of materials. This quantum physics conference gathers scientists working on the interactions between theoretical representation and low-dimensional topology. The key focus of this session will be on the quantum physics interaction between low-dimensional topology such as invariants, topological quantum filed theory, categorification and more.


  • Track 3-1Quantum Invariants
  • Track 3-2Khovanov and Heegaard Floer Homology
  • Track 3-3Hyperbolic Geometry
  • Track 3-4Volume and AJ Conjectures
  • Track 3-5Topological Model
  • Track 3-6Topological Insulators and Graphene
  • Track 3-7Chern-Simons Theory
  • Track 3-8Topological Matter

The challenges in quantum spintronics will be focused and this quantum physics conference brings together the quantum physicists at the forefront to advance this key area that enables innovation. A recent research shows that the quantum particle interaction can be on and off inside a quantum system, which potentially paves way for many spintronic applications. Innovative research in electronics and data storage devices is some areas of interest in this session.


  • Track 4-1Spin-Dependent Optical
  • Track 4-2Spin Coherence and Manipulation
  • Track 4-3Spintronic Devices and Applications
  • Track 4-4Spin-Dependent Thermal
  • Track 4-5Spintronic Materials

Every technology around the world from smart phones to space satellites have to be ready change to quantum physics in the future. With the development of science and technology, quantum technology is a key factor to the applications of quantum computers, quantum cryptography and quantum optics. The quantum technologies, with its radically different concepts pose a land of opportunities and challenges, with researchers actively working to overcome using quantum physics.


  • Track 5-1Quantum Transport
  • Track 5-2Quantum Simulators
  • Track 5-3Quantum Science
  • Track 5-4Quantum Networks and their Applications
  • Track 5-5Quantum Sensors
  • Track 5-6Quantum Information
  • Track 5-7Quantum Communication
  • Track 5-8Quantum Metrology
  • Track 5-9Quantum Light-Matter Interfaces

Quantum sensors have the potential to transform the world like never before. The quantum sensing session explores the peculiarities of quantum system to develop new and improved sensors. The potential for quantum sensor application in the world are unlimited, right from detecting the tiny impulses in the body to identifying a possible earthquake or volcanic eruption, the quantum sensors offers an advantage over the conventional classical mechanics with much precision and accuracy. Here in this quantum physics conference, researchers will discuss the most imminent research highlights.


  • Track 6-1Mesoscopic Device Processing
  • Track 6-2Quantum Sensors
  • Track 6-3Quantum Detection and Sensing
  • Track 6-4Superconducting Detectors and Sensors
  • Track 6-5Optical Quantum Sensors
  • Track 6-6Quantum Lithography

The quantum imaging session bring you the latest research on limits of classical optics overcome by quantum technology. An example of quantum imaging results is the quantum laser pointer, which demonstrates the possibility of improving the measurement of position of centre of a light beam at beyond the short noise limit. Recent research works are focused on the experimental and application to improve quality of quantum imaging process will also be discussed in our quantum physics conference.


  • Track 7-1Image Processing
  • Track 7-2Optical Data Storage and Optical Measurements
  • Track 7-3Nonlocal Quantum Imaging Physics
  • Track 7-4Quantum Ghost Imaging
  • Track 7-5Quantum Concepts in Electron Microscopy
  • Track 7-6Recent Developments in Quantum Imaging
  • Track 7-7Quantum Imaging and Future Directions
  • Track 7-8Ultrafast TEM-Time Shaping
  • Track 7-9Light-Electron Interaction
  • Track 7-10Electron Phase Plates and Beam Shaping

The core topic that will be covered in AMO physics in our quantum physics conference includes research in atomic and molecular properties of matter. In this quantum physics conference lays a platform for researchers to present their research and form a network with the peers in their respective fields. Applications of AMO physics in different technologies such as fibre optics, fusion reactors, quantum computers, lasers and materials science will be covered in this session.


  • Track 8-1Collisions involving Antimatter, Clusters and Surfaces
  • Track 8-2Atom-atom and Atom-Molecule collisions
  • Track 8-3Electron-Atom collisions
  • Track 8-4Electron-Atom collisions
  • Track 8-5Electron-Molecule Collisions
  • Track 8-6Ion-atom and Ion-Ion Collisions
  • Track 8-7Recent Developments in Electron-atom Collisions

Quantum Physics session brings you the research on the theoretical, experimental and applied quantum physics phenomena. The prediction of behaviour of particles at the subatomic level where the classical mechanics is unreliable. An example of a system that exhibits quantum physical effects on macroscopic scale is super fluidity. This quantum physics theory also provides probability and descriptions for previously poorly understood phenomena.


  • Track 9-1Quantum Machine Learning & AI
  • Track 9-2Quantum Sensing
  • Track 9-3Quantum Engineering
  • Track 9-4Quantum Architect
  • Track 9-5Quantum Algorithms
  • Track 9-6Classical Machine Learning
  • Track 9-7Quantum Optics and Photonics
  • Track 9-8Quantum Information
  • Track 9-9Quantum Artificial Intelligence
  • Track 9-10Theoretical Quantum Physics
  • Track 9-11Quantum Gravity & Cosmology
  • Track 9-12Quantum Software Research
  • Track 9-13Quantum communication
  • Track 9-14Quantum Genome Sequence
  • Track 9-15Quantum electronic device Engineering
  • Track 9-16Quantum Safe-Security
  • Track 9-17Quantum Imaging
  • Track 9-18Quantum Nano Science and Nano Physics

Nuclear Engineering is the branch of engineering concerned with the application of breaking down atomic nuclei (fission) or of combining atomic nuclei (fusion), or with the application of other sub-atomic processes based on the principles of nuclear physics.


  • Track 10-1Operating Plant Experience
  • Track 10-2Nuclear Fuel and Engineering
  • Track 10-3Nuclear Plant Engineering
  • Track 10-4SMR and Advanced Reactors
  • Track 10-5Nuclear Safety, Security, and Cyber Security
  • Track 10-6Codes and Standards
  • Track 10-7Robotics
  • Track 10-8Thermal-Hydraulics
  • Track 10-9Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Track 10-10Verification and Validation
  • Track 10-11Decontamination & Decommissioning
  • Track 10-12Beyond Design Basis
  • Track 10-13Nuclear Policy
  • Track 10-14Probabilistic Risk Assessments
  • Track 10-15Nuclear Radiation

This conference focuses on the special needs of the nuclear and fossil power plant simulation community and includes presentations by technology and industry leaders, technical sessions, panel and roundtable discussions, and vendor exhibits. The primary goal of the conference is to promote open exchange of simulator related information between all attendees.


  • Track 11-1Simulator Modifications
  • Track 11-2Simulator Upgrades
  • Track 11-3Virtual Simulator Technology
  • Track 11-4Knowledge Retention/Succession Planning
  • Track 11-5Non-Training Uses of Power Plant Simulators
  • Track 11-6Emulated Stimulator Technology
  • Track 11-7Life Cycle Management of Simulator Components
  • Track 11-8Simulator Oversight & Management
  • Track 11-9Regulations
  • Track 11-10Hardware Upgrades
  • Track 11-11Glass Panel Simulator Usage
  • Track 11-12Simulator Support Systems (Audio/Video/UPS/HVAC, etc.)

The two day event will bring together senior executives from the key industry stakeholders from Energy Providers, Plant Owners & Operators, Industry Consultants & Experts, Lawyers, Purchasing and Procurement Management Professionals, Nuclear Regulators, Nuclear Technology Companies, Industry Investors, Asset Management Companies, Nuclear Engineers and Safety Inspectors, Decommissioning Managers, Waste Management Companies, Governmental representatives, Radiation and health protection agencies, Packaging & Transportation Officials, Academic Institutions, Research Organizations and Market Analysts.



  • Track 12-1Overview on the Status of nuclear Decommissioning
  • Track 12-2Retaining Competency for Safe Transports of Radioactive Waste in Future
  • Track 12-3Regulatory Challenges and Opportunities in Decommissioning and Waste Management
  • Track 12-4Strategy for Graphite Reactors Decommissioning & potential Synergies
  • Track 12-5Decommissioning Project Management
  • Track 12-6Transition from Operation to Decommission
  • Track 12-7Analyzing New Forms of Contract Models
  • Track 12-8Investigating Technical Solutions
  • Track 12-9Total Cost of Ownership Reduction for Powered Respiratory Protection in Nuclear Facilities

Conventional power plants will be indispensable in maintaining secure energy supplies also in the coming decades. In that context, the focus in the past was increased efficiency and reduced emissions thanks to state of the art plant technology. In times of an increasing share of volatile renewable generation the issue of flexibility of conventional power plants is of growing importance. The fundamental challenge for operation of the power plants is competition, with its market-driven rules.


  • Track 13-1Steam Generators
  • Track 13-2Fuel Technology/Firing Systems
  • Track 13-3Fluidized Bed Firing Systems
  • Track 13-4Thermal Waste Utilization
  • Track 13-5Industrial and Co-generation Stations
  • Track 13-6Flue Gas Cleaning Systems
  • Track 13-7Electrical Equipment
  • Track 13-8Steam Turbines
  • Track 13-9Electrical Engineering and I&C
  • Track 13-10Plant Management Systems and Technical IT
  • Track 13-11Reference Designation and Plant Documentation
  • Track 13-12Civil Concepts/Specific Civil Solutions
  • Track 13-13Acceptance and Control Tests
  • Track 13-14Materials and Quality Assurance
  • Track 13-15Power Generation Maintenance Optimization Network (PGMON)
  • Track 13-16Supervision of Construction and Assembly/Quality Assurance
  • Track 13-17Gas Turbines
  • Track 13-18Cooling Systems in Power Plants
  • Track 13-19Civil Structural Maintenance / Condition Monitoring
  • Track 13-20Instrumentation and Control
  • Track 13-21Pipes and Valves
  • Track 13-22Condition Monitoring and Inspection

The opposite of a nuclear explosion, nuclear reactors are the controlled release of fission energy. They serve the purpose of converting “nuclear energy” to heat. The fuel elements contain the fissile material, typically uranium or plutonium, which is used as the fuel to undergo fission and provide the nuclear energy.


  • Track 14-1Secondary water chemistry
  • Track 14-2Primary water chemistry & radio-chemistry
  • Track 14-3Maintenance & long term operation
  • Track 14-4Monitoring updates & new developments
  • Track 14-5Auxiliary systems water chemistry & waste treatment
  • Track 14-6Advanced reactors
  • Track 14-7Numerical & simulation tools

There are several types of quantum computers (also known as quantum computing systems), including the quantum circuit model, quantum Turing machine, adiabatic quantum computer, one-way quantum computer, and various quantum cellular automata.

  • Track 15-1Computational Quantum Physics
  • Track 15-2Quantum information and computation
  • Track 15-3Quantum Computing Hardware Engineering
  • Track 15-4Cloud Computing
  • Track 15-5Quantum Computing
  • Track 15-6Superposition