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  • CONIAPS XVIII
    CONIAPS XVIII
    CONIAPS

International Academy of Physical Sciences (IAPS), established on December 4, 1994 with its headquarters at Allahabad, is conceived as a scientific body incorporating various branches of Physical, Mathematical and Earth Sciences such as Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Geology, Geophysics, Geography, Computer Science, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Bioinformatics etc. The IAPS is a scientific organization of recent origin but it has already made its mark by involving in it through membership, fellowship and its activities, a large number of scientists of India and abroad, and its publications are helping in the expansion of scientific knowledge. It has organized seventeen international conferences and several symposia on interdisciplinary themes in collaboration with reputed institutions in India and abroad so far.

About the Conference

The 18th International Conference of International Academy of Physical Sciences (CONIAPS XVIII) on Recent Trends in Physical Sciences aims to provide an opportunity for desired interaction amongst workers
in different fields of Physical Sciences and their Applications in various fields of knowledge and to promote interdisciplinary researches for betterment of society. The conference will embrace keynote address, fellowship award lectures, Swami Bhajananand Saraswati Vedic Science Award Lecture and other plenary lectures, invited lectures, young scientist award presentations and paper presentations (oral and poster). Few special sessions may also be organized by senior scientists.  CONIAPS XVIII will include a broad set of research areas related to Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Statistics, Electronics and Applied Physics, Material Sciences, Computer Sciences and Informatics, Bio-Informatics, Bio-Physics, Bio-Chemistry, Bio-Technology and Earth Sciences.