Mathematics have been attached with great importance as a basis of various subjects. Applied mathematics and statistics are widely used to tackle problems in areas including engineering, physics, medicine, business, and so on. This conference also focuses on theoretical physics and applied physics, as well as computing innovation. It is hoped that inter-disciplinary studies could promote development in relevant fields and seek solutions to the problems that can hardly be solved in the past. The conference is supported by faculty members from Bournemouth University and Oxford Brooks University.
The International Conference on Computing Innovation and Applied Physics is an annual academic conference. It aims at building an international platform for the communication and academic exchange among participants from various fields related to mathematics, physics, and computing innovation. Here, researchers are welcomed and encouraged to share their research progress and inspirations. It is a great opportunity to promote academic communication and collaboration worldwide.
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January 27, 2024
|Type||Early Bird Submission||Regular Submission|
|Paper Submission||August 11, 2023||November 10, 2023|
|Notification of Acceptance||2 weeks||2 weeks|
|Registration & Payment||August 25, 2023||November 24, 2023|
The submission will first be reviewed for its topic and length, then go through an originality check. The peer-review process will begin soon after the paper is found to be qualified. The paper will be sent to have a double-blind peer review by 2 reviewers. They will judge the paper based on the theme, coverage, innovation, integrity, depth, and language. If the paper is accepted, notification of acceptance and review comments will be sent to the author via email. The actual review time may be different under certain situations.
The International Conference on Computing Innovation and Applied Physics (CONF-CIAP 2022) was held online from August 4 to 9. This conference was planned to be held at Stanford but finally moved online due to the pandemic. The accepted papers will be published in Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS) (Print ISSN 1742-6588) or Theoretical and Natural Science (TNS) (Print ISSN 2753-8818). Professor Sanjay Ranka from University of Florida and Professor Tommaso Cremaschi from University of Southern California (USC) have given keynote speeches on related topics of mathematics, physics, and computer science. Also our authors were invited to deliver an oral presentation at the virtual conference. Questions from the audience were collected and answered by the presenters. This conference provided the participant good opportunities to exchange ideas and build networks, and it will lead to the further collaborations between both universities and other societies.
The paper accepted by CONF-CIAP 2024 will be published in Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS) (Print ISSN 1742-6588) or Theoretical and Natural Science (TNS) (Print ISSN 2753-8818). They will be submitted to EI Compendex, Scopus, Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), Crossref, Portico, Engineering Village (Inspec), Google Scholar, and other databases for indexing.
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We welcome prospective scholars to submit their novel research or technological contributions to CONF-CIAP 2024 and share their valuable experiences with other scientists and students from all over the world.
Principal investigators, scientists, professors, engineers, managers, R&D professionals, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students involved in Computing Innovation and Applied Physics will attend and benefit from CONF-CIAP 2024.
We sincerely welcome professors, associate professors, lecturers and other experts in the areas of Computing Innovation and Applied Physics to join the conference as reviewers. Please feel free to email us at email@example.com to request further information if you are interested. Your request will be processed in 5 workdays.
If you are interested in giving a presentation at the conference without publishing your paper in the proceeding, you can attend CONF-CIAP 2024 as a presenter. As a presenter, you need to submit the abstract and title of your presentation before registration. For further information, please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CONF-CIAP 2024 is an unmissable conference. It is a good opportunity and an effective method to meet many renowned experts and researchers in the fields of Computing Innovation and Applied Physics. You are more than welcome to attend this great event. For further information, please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Eli Kapon received his Ph.D. in physics from Tel Aviv University, Israel in 1982. He then spent two years at the California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, as a Chaim Weizmann Research Fellow, where he worked mainly on phase-locked arrays of semiconductor lasers. From 1984 till 1993 he was with Bellcore, New Jersey, first as member of technical staff, and from 1989 as District Manager. At Bellcore, he worked on integrated optics in III-V compounds and on low-dimensional semiconductor nanostructures, particularly quantum wires and quantum dots. He managed the Quantum Structures District and the Integrated Optoelectronics District at Bellcore from 1989 till 1992 and from 1992 till 1993, respectively. In 1993 he was appointed Professor of Physics of Nanostructures at the Physics Department of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL), where he heads the Laboratory of Physics of Nanostructures. In 1999-2000 he spent his sabbatical as Sackler Scholar at the Mortimer and Raymond Sackler Institute of Advanced Studies in Tel Aviv University, Israel. During that period he helped establishing the Tel Aviv University Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and served as its first Director from 2000 to 2002. In 2001 he founded the start up BeamExpress and has been serving as its Chief Scientist. He is currently serving as Director of the Institute of Quantum Electronics and Photonics in the Faculty of Basic Sciences at EPFL. His research interests include self-organization of nanostructures, optical properties and electron transport in low-dimensional quantum structures, quantum wire and quantum dot lasers, photonic crystals and vertical cavity surface emitting lasers. He is author or co-author of >300 journal articles, >10 patents, and editor of two books on semiconductor lasers. Prof. Kapon is Fellow of the Optical Society of America, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the American Physical Society of America, and a recipient of a 2007 Humboldt Research Award.
Sanjay Ranka is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Computer Information Science and Engineering at University of Florida. From 1999-2002, as the Chief Technology Officer at Paramark (Sunnyvale, CA), he developed a real-time optimization service called PILOT for marketing campaigns. Sanjay has also held positions as a tenured faculty member at Syracuse University, academic visitor at IBM and summer researcher at Hitachi America Limited. He is a fellow of the IEEE, AAAS and AAIA (Asia-Pacific Artificial Intelligence Association) and a past member of IFIP Committee on System Modeling and Optimization. He won the 2020 Research Impact Award from IEEE Technical Committee on Cloud Computing. He is an associate editor-in-chief of the Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing and an associate editor for ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics, Sustainable Computing: Systems and Informatics, Knowledge and Information Systems, and International Journal of Computing. Additionally, he is a book series editor for CRC Press for Bigdata. He has coauthored one book, four monographs, 300+ journal and refereed conference articles. His work has received 14,500+ citations with an h-index of 61 (based on Google Scholar). He has consulted for several startups and Fortune 500 companies.
The focus of his current research is the development of efficient computational methods and data analysis techniques to model scientific phenomenon, and practical applications of focus are improvements to the quality of healthcare and the reduction of traffic accidents. A core aspiration of his research is to develop novel algorithms and software that make an impact on the application domain, exploiting the interdependence between theory and practice of computer science.
Title of Speech: Edge Based AI for Smart Transportation
Tommaso Cremaschi is an Assistant Professor (RTPC) of Mathematics in Department of Mathematics at University of Southern California. He was a Viterbi Post-Doc at MSRI at the program: Random and Arithmetic Structures in Topology. Before that he got the PhD at Boston College. He is interested in low dimensional topology. In particular he has been studying hyperbolic 3-manifolds with non-finitely generated fundamental group. He is also interested in higher Teichmüller Theory and counting problems on surfaces.
Title of Speech: Volume of Random Geodesic Complements