The conference is soliciting state-of-the-art research papers in the following areas of interest:
  • I. Advances in Applied Physics

    Advances in Instrumentation and Measurement;
    Applications of Microscopy in the Physical Sciences;
    Applied Materials Science, Materials Analysis and Characterization;
    Applied Non-linear Physics;
    Applied Optics, Non-linear Optics, Laser Physics;
    Applied Solid State Physics;
    Technology Advanced Materials;
    Astrophysics and Plasma Physics;
    Atomic, Molecular and Chemical Physics;
    Biomaterials Science, Biomechanics and Biological Physics; Biophysics, Bio (Electro) Magnetism, Biophysical Chemistry; Computational Physics, Non-linear Physics;
    Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Science;
    Engineering and Industrial Physics, Instrumentation, Metrology and Standards;
    Environmental Physics;
    Imaging Techniques, Microscopy;
    Nanoscale Physics;
    Nanoscience and Nanotechnology;
    Non-equilibrium systems;
    Nuclear Physics, Radioactivity, Radiochemistry, Radiation Safety; Nuclear Sciences and Atomic Engineering;
    Particle Physics and Field Theory;
    Physical Chemistry;
    Physical Properties of Biological/Biomedical Systems through Microscopy;
    Plasma physics;
    Optical Physics, Quantum Electronics and Photonics;
    Quantum Physics and Quantum Mechanics Radiation Physics, Radiation-Matter interaction, Spectroscopies;
    Radioactivity, Radiation;
    Protection and Safety Issues;
    Semiconductors devices and Photonics, Opto-electronics, Quantum Electronics;
    Soft and granular matter;
    Solid State Physics;
    Surfaces, Interfaces and Colloids;
    Statistical Physics and Nonlinear Systems;
    • Thermal-Fluid Mechanics.
  • II. Advances in Applied Mathematics

    Advanced in Control Theory, Dynamical and Complex Systems; Applied Mathematics in Science and Engineering: Modeling, Analysis and Computation;
    Applied Partial Differential Equations;
    Numerical Analysis and Methods; Petascale Computing; Computational Science;
    Mathematical Methods in Optics and Electromagnetics; Mathematical Modeling in Materials;
    Science and Mechanics;
    Nonlinear Analysis and Nonlinear Problems in Mechanics; Homogenization and Multiscale Analysis;
    Inverse Problems;
    Algebra and its Application;
    Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems and Their Applications; Engineering Applications and Scientific Computations;
    Fuzzy Mathematics and its Applications;
    Fuzzy Systems;
    Geometry and its Application;
    Modeling and Simulation;
    Statistical Methods in Technical Sciences and Practice;
    Probability and Statistics;
    Nonlinear Systems and Matrix;
    Large-code Development;
    Operator Theory;
    Ordinary Differential Equations;
    Partial Differential Equations;
    Spectral Theory;
    • Data Mining and Data Analysis.
The Proceedings of the Conference will be published in Journal of Physics: Conference Series

All papers must fit the scope of the conference and the scope of JPCS

Templates and guidelines for proceedings papers
These are IOP templates and guidelines for proceedings papers, they are there to to help you prepare your work.

Essential guidelines
Please follow these essential guidelines when preparing your paper:
Authors must prepare their papers using Microsoft Word template:
One author should not submit more than two articles to the conference. This includes papers that they have co-authored.

Paper format
  • The paper size is European A4.
  • Margins are 4cm (top), 2.5cm (left and right) and 2.7cm (bottom).
  • There are no page numbers, headers or footers within the paper.
  • Text is single spaced, not double spaced.
  • All fonts are embedded.
  • All pages are portrait (landscape pages should be rotated).
  • The abstract text should be indented 25mm from the left margin and there should be 10mm space after the abstract before you begin the main text of your article, starting on the same page as the abstract.
Paper content
  • The paper includes the author name(s) and affiliation(s) (full address including country).
  • All articles must contain an abstract.
  • All figures and tables should be numbered in numerical order. Please ensure that figure/table numbers are not duplicated or missed.
  • Figures are legible and placed within the text, not collected at the end of the document.
  • If section headings are numbered, ensure that they are numbered numerically, and no numbers are duplicated or missing.
  • Displayed equations should follow a naming convention in numerical order, i.e. (1), (2), (3) etc or by section, i.e. (1.1), (1.2) etc. Ensure every displayed equation has its own number and none are duplicated or missing.
  • Reference lists are checked for accuracy. References can only be linked via CrossRef if they are correct and complete.
  • If numbering references (Harvard system) ensure that references are numbered numerically, every reference has its own number and no numbers are duplicated or missing.
  • Ensure that all references are cited in the text and that all citations have a corresponding reference.
  • Finally, please ensure that the paper is thoroughly proofread to check the standard of English and ensure wording is clear and concise.
  • Structure the paper, using the following subheadings to identify each section: Background, Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusion.
§ Background/introduction
§ Purpose/objective
§ Methodology
§ Results/findings
§ Conclusions

Conversion to PDF
  • The PDF file is editable and not password protected.
  • The PDF is free of formatting errors (e.g. corrupt equations, missing or poor-resolution figures), since conversion from Word to PDF can introduce formatting errors.
  • There are no blank pages.
  • Submitted articles must be the authors’ own work, expressed in their own words. Plagiarism constitutes unethical scientific behaviour and is never acceptable. Plagiarism ranges from the unreferenced use of others’ ideas, to replication (without sufficient attribution or use of quotation marks) of sections of text from other sources, to submission of a complete paper under ‘new’ authorship. IOP Publishing screens submissions for originality via iThenticate, industry standard plagiarism detection software. Papers with similarity rate more than 30 percent will be rejected..
After double-blind reviewing, accepted and presented on the Conference papers will be sent to Journal of Physics: Conference Series.

Organizing Committee will send each paper to 2 independent reviewers, experts in the area of the paper.

So, each paper will be evaluated by two independent experts according to the following Criteria:

1) Relevance to the conference directions

2) Scientific-technical originality, potential impact and interest for the audience

3) Scientific and technical content, novelty and importance

4) Quality of the presentation, clarity of the content

5) Comments for all authors will be given by the reviewers

The reviewers are going to indicate their familiarity with the paper's subject, evaluate the paper along the aforementioned criteria. Finally, the Organizing Committee will decide what papers will be accepted. But the final decision is taken by the Publisher.