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International Conference on Planetary Science and Particle Physics (CSE)

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International Conference on Planetary Science and Particle Physics

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Conference Series LLC Ltd cordially invite all the participants from all over the world to share their latest research in the field of Planetary Science and Particle Physics at International conference on Planetary Science and Particle Physics which is going to be held on August 27-28, 2018 at Boston, USA.

Planetary Science 2018 aims to bring scientists, Industrialist, young researchers, students & delegates, together to discuss and share their knowledge in this field to get innovative ideas in advancement of Planetary Science and Particle Physics. Planetary Science -2018 includes Planetary Science, Planetary Geology, Hydrology, Atmospheric Science, Oceanography, Exoplanetology, Astrobiology, Space Physics, Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics, Plasma Physics, Quantum Physics, Solid State Physics, Condensed Matter Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics and Gravitational Physics.

Importance and Scope:

Planetary science is the study of the origin and advancement of planets and alternate bodies in the solar system. It encourages us to comprehend our place in the universe. Planetary science customarily includes the investigation of all bodies that circle our Sun; as we moved into the 21st century, the domain of study has enveloped frameworks around different stars. This extension has tossed into sharp concentration the essential investigations of planetary science. How are planetary systems created and how do they subsequently evolve? What, exactly, are the interrelationships between planets, their atmospheres and their magnetospheres? And between moons and rings, comets, asteroids and dust? Is there anything as simple as a “normal” planetary body? Finally, there is the emerging discipline of astrobiology, which seeks to understand what environments exist in our solar system and elsewhere that might harbour life.

Why to attend Planetary Science 2018?

The aim of Planetary Science 2018 meeting is to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of scientists to present and exchange breakthrough ideas in the field of Planetary Science and Particle Physics. It encourages top-level research and to globalize the quality research in general, thus making discussions, presentations and contributions more internationally competitive.

Target Audience:
• Researchers
• Scientists
• Astronomers
• Astrophysicists
• Biologist
• Physicists
• Professors
• Chemists
• Space Scientists
• Doctors
• Writers
• Students

Sessions/Tracks
Track 1: Planetary Science

Planetary Science is mostly known as Planetology. It is the scientific study of planets, moons, and planetary systems. It studies objects ranging in size from micrometeoroids to gas giants, aiming to determine their composition and dynamics. It is originally growing from astronomy and earth science but which now contains many disciplines which includes planetary geology, Cosmo chemistry, atmospheric science, oceanography, hydrology, theoretical planetary science, glaciology, and exoplanetology. It also includes space physics, when concerned with the effects of the Sun on the bodies of the Solar System.

Track 2: Planetary Geology

Planetary geology is also known as astrogeology .It is concerned with the geology of the heavenly bodies such as the planets and their moons and asteroids. Planetary geology is named as such for historical and ease reasons; spread over geological science to other planetary bodies. It is also closely related with Earth-based geology. Planetary geology includes the internal structure of the terrestrial planets, and also looks at planetary volcanism.

Track 3: Hydrology

Hydrology theory is based on the quality of water on Earth and other planets, including the water cycle and water resources. The term water cycle, which is known as the hydrological cycle that describes the continuous movement of water on, above and below the surface of the Earth. The term water resources are sources of water that are potentially useful.

Track 4: Atmospheric Science

Atmospheric sciences deal with the Earth's atmosphere, its processes, the effects other systems have on the atmosphere. Meteorology includes atmospheric chemistry and atmospheric physics with a major focus on weather forecasting. Climatology is the study of atmospheric changes that define average climates and their change over time. Aeronomy is the study of the upper layers of the atmosphere, where detachment and ionization are important. Atmospheric science has been prolonged to the field of planetary science and the study of the atmospheres and planets of the solar system.

Track 5: Oceanography

Oceanography also known as oceanology which is the study of the physical and the biological aspects of the oceans. It is an Earth science that includes ecosystem dynamics, geophysical fluid dynamics, geology of the sea floor, fluxes of various chemical substances and physical properties within the ocean and across its boundaries.

Track 6: Exoplanetology

Exoplanetology also known as exoplanetary science is a combination of astronomical science and study of exoplanets. An exoplanets is a planet outside of our solar system that orbits a star. Besides exoplanets, there are also rogue planets, which do not orbit any star and which tend to be considered separately.

Track 7: Astrobiology

Astrobiology is the study of the origin, development and forthcoming of life in the universe. It states whether life exists beyond Earth, and how humans can identify it. The term exobiology is similar to astrobiology but more specifically it covers the search for life beyond Earth, and the effects of extraterrestrial environments on living things. Astrobiology makes use of physics, astronomy, ecology, planetary science, geography, and geology to examine the possibility of life on other worlds.

Track 8: Space Physics

Space physics is the study of plasmas as they arise naturally in the Earth's upper atmosphere. It includes heliophysics which includes the solar physics of the Sun: the solar wind, planetary magnetospheres and ionospheres, cosmic rays. It is an essential part of the study of space weather and has important consequences not only to understand the universe, but also to practical everyday life, and also includes the process of communications and weather satellites. Space physics uses measurements from high altitude rockets and spacecraft.

Track 9: Particle Physics

Particle physics is a search for the most primitive, primordial, unchanging and indestructible forms of matter and the rules by which they combine to compose all the things in the physical world. It deals with matter, energy, space and time. Particle physics is also well known as high energy physics because many elementary particles do not occur in nature, but can be created and detected during energetic collisions among other particles, as is done in particle accelerators. In spite of the fact that the word "particle" can refer to numerous types of very small objects (like protons, gas particles or even household dust), "particle physics" usually examines the irreducibly smallest detectable particles and the fundamental interactions necessary to explain their behavior.

Track 10: Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics is the field of physics which studies atomic nuclei and their constituents . Other forms of nuclear matter are also studied. Nuclear physics should not be confused with atomic physics, which studies the atom as a whole, including its electrons. Discoveries in nuclear physics have led to many applications in different fields. These include nuclear power, nuclear medicine and magnetic resonance imaging, industrial and agricultural isotopes and radiocarbon dating. Example: nuclear reactions include radioactive decay, fission, the break-up of a nucleus and fusion, the merging of nuclei.

Track 11: Plasma Physics

Plasma is used to describe a comprehensive variety of macroscopically neutral substances containing many interacting free electrons and ionized atoms or molecules, which exhibit collective behavior due to the long-range coulomb forces. Not all media containing charged particles, but can be classified as plasma. For a group of interacting charged and unbiased particles to reveal plasma behavior it must satisfy certain conditions, or criteria, for plasma existence. Although plasmas in local thermodynamic equilibrium are found in many places in nature, as is the case for many astrophysical types of plasma, they are not very common in the laboratory. Plasmas can also be generated by ionization processes that raise the degree of ionization much above its thermal properties. There are many different methods of creating plasma in the laboratory and depending upon the method the plasma may have high or low density, high or low temperature, it may be steady or transient, stable or unstable, etc.

Track 12: Quantum Physics

Quantum physics theory is based on the theoretic basis of modern physics that explains the nature and behavior of matter and energy on the atomic and subatomic level. Quantum Physics is the learning of the particles at quantum level. Use of quantum mechanics in application to condensed matter physics is a wide range area of research. Both theoretical research and practical is directly going ahead on the universe in quantum electronics, quantum computers, gadgets utilizing both quantum mechanics and condensed matter physics.

Track 13: Solid State Physics

Solid-state physics deals with firm matter through mediums like metallurgy, crystallography, electromagnetism, and quantum mechanics. It is one of the major branches of condensed matter physics. It considers how the large-scale properties of solid materials result from their atomic scale properties and it studies properties of materials such as heat capacity and electrical conduction. This track consists of modern research topics like quasi-crystals, spin glass, strongly correlated materials etc.

Track 14: Condensed Matter Physics

Condensed Matter Physics is a dynamic field of research and it is the biggest sub-turf of current physical science. It studies the macroscopic and microscopic properties of matter and how matter arises from a large number of collaborating atoms and electrons. Condensed matter physics is often motivated by the search for new materials with astonishing properties. The condensed matter is considered one of the largest and most versatile branches of study in physics, primarily due to the diversity of topics and phenomena that are available to study.

Track 15: Atomic and Molecular Physics

Atomic and Molecular Physics is the study of atoms and molecules and it’s also the field of specialization in the physics. Atomic physicists study single ion and atom while a molecular physicist even investigates very small molecules that are in their gaseous form. Atomic physicists study isolated and separated ions as well as the atoms along with the excitation and electron arrangements. Addition to this the electronic excitation states which are known from the atoms and molecules which are able to rotate as well as to vibrate. These kind of rotations and vibrations are quantized so that, there are also discrete energy levels. Therefore, the smallest energy differences exist between the different rotational states and the pure rotational spectra are far from the infrared region in which the wavelength is about 30 - 150 µm of the electromagnetic spectrum. Vibrational spectra are near to the infrared which is about 1 - 5 µm and thus the spectra resulting from electronic transitions which are mostly the ultraviolet regions.

Track 16: Gravitational Physics

Gravitational physicists explore the implications of the general theory of relativity, in which gravitation is a consequence of the curvature of space and time. This curvature thus controls the motion of inertial objects. Modern research in gravitational physics includes studying applications of numerical relativity, black hole dynamics, sources of gravitational radiation, critical phenomena in gravitational collapse and the initial value problem of general relativity. The works of Isaac Newton and Albert Einstein dominate the development of gravitational theory. Newton’s classical theory of gravitational force held sway from his Principal, published in 1687, until Einstein’s work in the early 20th century. Newton’s theory is sufficient even today for all but the most precise applications. Einstein’s theory of general relativity predicts only minute quantitative differences from the Newtonian theory except in a few special cases.

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