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AlliedAcademies Conferences courteously welcomes you all to the wide range ofnovel Physics Conferencesorganized every year to serve the Global Scientific community in theadvancement and evolution of Physics.
Over the years AlliedAcademies have been conducting conferences on various aspects related tothe science that we encounter in our day-to-day life. These conferencesextend-over assorted specialities and promising aspects of broad subject areas.They are designed to provide a platform for networking, discussion as well togenerate new initiatives and research in various sub-fields of Physics.
With the front-running theme of “Exploring,Endorsing and Engrossing Physicists” Allied Academies organizes conferencesthat are epitomes of the various developments and evolution in the field ofPhysics.
Growth of Physics research and itsimpact on our life. Until a few decades ago, research in physics wassingle streamed, however, over the recent years physics has branched itself as amultidisciplinary science. With emerging fields such as network science orbiological, boundaries are eroding, and it is common for researchers to extendtheir work to multiple areas.
It was suggested in the early years that theworldwide market for Physics would reach around £3.4 billion by 2015. Asindicated by the market forecasters of BCC research, the global market forPhysics-based industries have reached far more than the estimation even by 2010,about £4.3 billion and the calculation reached around £6.2 billion by 2015,proportionate to the annual growth of 7.7%. With the applications of physics inthe field of Medical imaging systems, the world market for physics is estimatedto improve with an approximate yearly development of 9.3% a year.
The Quantum industry has an estimated market valueof €400m in 2020, However, recent analysis suggests that the quantum industrywill be worth more than €1bn by 2028. This evaluation includes the fields ofquantum sensing and quantum communications – but not quantum computing. Themarket for quantum computing alone is expected to grow at over 20% CAGR withsales exceeding $2 billion sometime in the early to mid-2020s.
The BBC review report states that the globalcommercial quantum computing market is expected to reach around $1.3 billion by2027 at a CAGR of 52.9% from 2022 to 2027 and $161 million by 2022 from $33.0million in 2017 at a CAGR of 37.3% for the period 2017-2022. The global marketfor material physics is expected to rise from USD 1.19 Billion in 2016 to USD2.25 Billion by the year 2025. All the above reports are visible shreds of evidencefor the increasing demand and need for improvement in the field of Physics.
Physicsis a relatively broader and well-developed subject area that encompasses theconcepts of force, energy, mass, and charge. Acknowledgement of the variousfields in Physics leads to a better understanding of the natural world andoften translates and influences the other sciences. Despite the many importantdiscoveries that have been made during the past centuries, there are quite afew questions in the field that are yet to be disclosed.
Advancements in the field can be done either throughtheoretical analysis or experimental research. Both theories, the assembly of aconceptual framework and experiment, observation and analysis of the phenomenaunder critical conditions that are controlled precisely, play a crucial role inthe advancement of physics. The Single purpose of both theory and Experiments isto find laws that govern the principal concepts that Physics encloses, matter,motion, and energy at both microscopic and macroscopic levels. This ultimategoal can be reached only by the disseminating relevant theory and Experiment inthe field of physics.
For the past years, Allied Academies has been organizingconferences that meet the current demand and necessity for development in thefield of Physics from Quantum physics, Material physics,Particle physics, Magnetic physics to Applied physics. The ultimate motive of our Physics conferences isto assemble Physicists all around the globe who contribute towards both theoryand experiment under a single roof to help annunciate research that impactseveryday life in societies around the world. Join us and contribute to the thriving demand forgrowth in the field of Physics.
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Physics plays a significant role in the nature of study and fundamental properties of matter, space, time, force and energy. Physics has a wide range of research studies in various disciplines such as Quantum physics, Atomic physics, Plasma Physics, Biophysics, Nuclear Physics, Nanophysics, Astrophysics, Molecular Physics, Medical Physics, Geophysics, cryophysics, Econophysics, chemical physics, cosmology, computational physics, Thermodynamics, Solid state physics, Optics and photonics, Classical mechanics, metrology, mathematical physics, laser physics, electromagnetism, and electrophysics. All aspects of advancements in our day to day life is purely based on the principles and studies of physics from the discovery of planets distances in ancient world to new technologies of engineering design in modern world. Physics studies have been proposed with various theoretical frameworks and assumptions which paved a way for the discovery of exploration in electrical, mechanical, medical, transportation, space and time. Scientists and researchers in physics are predicting the future advancements, trends, disasters beyond time and space such as nuclear medicine, space ships, satellites, telepathy, seismological events, volcanic eruptions, rainfall, Tsunami, storms, earthquake, asteroids, meteors, paradox, black holes, quantum space, and different galaxies. Some of the future challenges in physics are Multiverse, Quantum space, Quantum time, Quantum particles, Time travel, and life emerging planets, pseudo earth stimulations, Annihilation, dimension parabola and more.
The Global market for physics is expected to reach approximately 2587.70 million USD in 2028 with a high CAGR of 38.10% from 2022. This excellent growth of Physics market report is due to the sectors covered for the analysis such as Industry, Health care, communication, technology, research, automotive, manufacturing, defence and Application. The major technological studies and research advancements are developed by Physics and Nuclear Technology Scientists, Research students and Research Institute, Professors, Students, Astrophysicists, Biologist, Physicists, Chemists, Space Scientists, Doctors, Aeronautical Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Instrumentation Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Electronic and Communication Engineers, Radiologist, Dentist, Ophthalmologist, Oncologist, Managers and Business Intellect Professionals, Business Professionals from Nuclear Technology Industries, Manufacturing and production companies, products and services.
Countries covered for Global market of physics report are North America, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, Europe, and Middle East & Africa. The Latin America is categorized into Mexico, Brazil, Peru, Argentina, Chile and others. The North America is labelled into United States and Canada. The Asia-Pacific region is classified around the countries of India, China, Malaysia, South Korea, Japan, Singapore, New Zealand, Australia, Taiwan, Indonesia, Philippines, and Thailand. The Western Europe covers the Germany, Nordic countries, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Belgium, France, Luxembourg and United Kingdom and the Eastern Europe comprises of Switzerland, Poland, Turkey and Russia. The Middle East & Africa are designated into Saudi Arabia, Qatar, South Africa, Israel, Northern Africa, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and United Kingdom.
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General physics societies and associations, Physics teachers associations, AAAS - American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Institute of Physics (AIP), American Mathematical Society, American Physical Society (APS), Board on Physics and Astronomy, Canadian Association of Physicists, FAS - Federation of American Scientists, Max-Planck-Society (Fritz-Haber-Institut in Berlin-Dahlem), NAS - National Academy of Sciences , National Research Council, National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP), Overseas Chinese Physics Association, Ukrainian Physical, Society, American Association of Physics Teachers, Acoustical Society of America (ASA), American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE), American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), ASM International: The Materials Information Society (ASM), IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE - Computer Society, IEE -- Institution of Electrical Engineers (UK), International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), (The) Minerals, Metals & Materials Society (TMS), National Academy of Engineering, Society for the Advancement of Material and Process Engineering, Alachua Astronomy Club, Amherst Astronomical Association, Apollo Society, Astronomical Association of Queensland, Astronomical Institute of Amsterdam, Astronomical League, Astronomical Society at the University of Illinois, Astronomical Society of Palm Beaches, Astronomical Society of the Desert, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, Astronomy Ireland on the Web, Astroweb, Birmingham Astronomy Society, Cambridge Institute of Astronomy, Canadian Space Society, Chicago Astronomical Society, Cincinnati Astronomical Society, Dark Sky Association, East Valley Astronomy Club, Los Angeles Astronomical Society, Mars Society, National Space Science & Technology Institute, National Space Society, New Jersey Astronomical Society, Penn State Astronomy Department, Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Solent Amateur Astronomers Society, Space Association of Australia, Star fax Astronomy Club, Ventura County Astronomical Society, Von Braun Astronomical Society, American Association of Physicists in Medicine (AAPM), American Chemical Society (ACS), American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics (IUGG), Oceanography Society (OS), National Weather Association, American Nuclear Society (ANS), Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), Laser Institute of America (LIA), Optical Society of America (OSA) , The International Society for Optical Engineering (SPIE), Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM).