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Market Analysis - Particle Physics 2017

Astrophysics is the subdivision of astronomy. Theoretical astronomy is the study of the investigative models of physics, universe and chemistry to observe and analyse astronomical objects and astronomical phenomena which deals with the space science. It uses a wide range of tools which consists of Analytical models and Computational numerical simulations. Astronomy is one of the oldest sciences. The early civilizations in recorded history to perform methodical observations of the night sky. However, the invention of the telescope was required before astronomy was able to develop into a modern science. Significant advances in astronomy came about with the introduction of new technology, including the spectroscope and photography.

Conference series LLC invites you to the 2nd International conference on Astrophysics and Particle Physics with the theme “Current Findings and Future Prospects of Particle Physics & Astrophysics”.The conference will be held on November 13-15, 2017 at San Antonio, Texas, USA. This is an excellent meeting with great scientists from different countries around the world to sharing new and exciting results in Astrophysics and Particle Physics, this exciting and informative conference program including plenary lectures, symposia, workshops, poster presentations and various programs for participants from all over the world.

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Importance & Scope:

The existence of the Earth's galaxy, the Milky Way, as a separate group of stars, was only proved in the 20th century, along with the existence of "external" galaxies, and soon after, the expansion of the Universe, seen in the recession of most galaxies from us. Modern astronomy has also discovered many exotic objects such as quasars, pulsars, blazars, and radio galaxies, and has used these observations to develop physical theories which describe some of these objects in terms of equally exotic objects such as black holes and neutron stars. Physical cosmology made huge advances during the 20th century, with the model of the Big Bang heavily supported by the evidence provided by astronomy and physics, such as the cosmic microwave background radiation, Hubble's law, and cosmological abundances of elements. Space telescopes have enabled measurements in parts of the electromagnetic spectrum normally blocked or blurred by the atmosphere. The core aim of Particle Physics 2017 conference is to provide an opportunity for the delegates to meet, interact and exchange new ideas in the various areas of Astrophysics and Particle Physics.

Highlights of Conference:

  • Particle Physics
  • Astrophysics and Space Science
  • Dark Matter and Dark Energy
  • Atomic and Molecular Astrophysics
  • Gravitational Physics
  •  Astronomy
  • Cosmology
  • Neutrino Astronomy
  • Nuclear Physics for Astrophysics
  • Chemistry Involved in Astronomy
  • Instrumentation
  • Particle Accelerators
  • Higgs Physics
  • Heavy-ion physics
  • High Eneregy Physics

Major Astronomy and Astrophysics Associations around the Globe:

  • The Royal Astronomical Society
  • International Astronomical Union
  • Amateur Astronomers Association of Pittsburgh
  • International Meteor Organization
  • The Planetary Society
  • Astronomical Association of Queensland
  • Astronomical Institute of Amsterdam
  • Astronomical League
  • Astronomical Society at the University of Illinois
  • Astronomical Society of Palm Beaches

Major Astrophysics Associations in USA:

  • American Astronomical Society
  • American Association of Variable Star Observers
  • American Meteor Society
  • Southern Cross Astronomical Society
  • Northern Virginia Astronomy Club
  • Astronomical Society of Nevada
  • Las Vegas Astronomical Society
  • Mohawk Valley Astronomical Society
  • Federation of Astronomical Societies
  • Astronomical Society of Palm Beaches

Target Audience:

Eminent Scientists/Research Professors, Junior/Senior research fellows, Students, Directors of companies, Members of different physics associations.
 

  • Top Universities in USA:

    Harvard University

    Stanford University

    University of California, Berkeley

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

    Princeton University

    Columbia University

    University of Chicago

    Yale University

    Global University

    University of California, Los Angeles

    University of Pennsylvania

    Cornell University

    University of California, San Diego

    University of Michigan

    Johns Hopkins University

    University of Washington

    University of Texas at Austin

    Duke University

    Northwestern University

    Jesuit School of Theology of Santa Clara University 

    Glance at Market of Astrophysics:

    Institutional budgets are critical in starting-up and developing capital-intensive and high technology sectors such as space. Government Budget Appropriations or Outlays for R&D (GBAORD) data are assembled by national authorities analysing their budget for R&D content and classifying them by “socio-economic objective”. These diverse objec- tives represent the intention of the government at the time of funding commitment, and a special category “explora- tion and exploitation of space” exists. Although the data provide only a partial picture of space investments (see note below), the long-term time-series provide useful trends on policy orientations.

    In 2013, total civil GBAORD for space programmes for all OECD countries amounted to USD 19.2 billion PPP. The United States had the highest GBAORD for space programmes at USD 10.6 billion PPP, followed by the Russian Federation (USD 3.3 billion PPP), Japan (USD 2.2 billion PPP) and France (USD 1.7 billion PPP). The United States was also the country in which space programmes took the highest percentage of total civil GBAORD, at 16.9%, followed by France (10.4%) and Belgium (8.7%). The OECD-wide mean average represented 7.7% in 2013.

    Compared to trends seen in previous editions of The Space Economy at a Glance, there is a global 2% decrease in GBAORD for space programmes for the OECD area in 2013. The share of space programmes in total civil GBAORD also decreased from 9.1% to 7.5%, mostly due to a decrease in the United States. However, there are no strong negative trends for a majority of countries, with a number of economies  (France, Germany, Japan) having actually increased their outlays for space R&D in the last couple of years.

    The global space sector is a high-technology niche with a complex ecosystem, which employed at least 900 000 persons around the world in 2013, including public

    Administrations (space agencies, space departments in civil and defence-related organisations), the space manufacturing industry (building rockets, satellites, ground systems); direct suppliers to this industry (components), and the wider space services sector (mainly commercial satellite telecommunications). But these estimates do not take into account universities and research institutions, which also play a key role in R&D, as receivers of public contracts and initiators of much of the space sector’s innovation.

    The acquisition and development of space capabilities remains a highly attractive strategic goal, and the number of countries and companies investing in space systems and their downstream applications continues to grow. Despite the economic crisis, institutional funding remained stable in 2013 on a global scale, with increased budgets in several OECD countries and emerging economies. Space often has a reputation for being expensive, but national investments represent only a very small percentage relative to GDP in all G20 countries. In the United States, the largest programme in the world, space represents only 0.3% of GDP and in France, less than 0.1% of GDP.

    Although OECD countries accounted for the largest space budgets globally in 2013 (USD 52 billion, using purchasing power parities or PPPs), an increasing part of global space activities takes place outside of the OECD, particularly in Brazil, the Russian Federation, India and China (around USD 23.9 billion PPPs).

    The space economy represented some USD 256.2 billion in revenues in 2013, divided between the space manufacturing supply chain (33%), satellite operators (8.4%) and consumer services (58%), including actors who rely on some satellite capacity for part of their revenues, such as direct-to-home satellite television services   providers.

 

Conferenceseries LLC Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “2nd International Conference on Astrophysics and Particle Physics” during November 13-15, 2017, San Antonio, USA which includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Particle Physics 2017 aims to bring together a multi-disciplinary group of scientists and engineers to present and exchange breakthrough ideas relating to Early Universe, Dark Matter and Dark Energy, Gravitational Physics, Particle and Nuclear Astrophysics, Large-Scale Structures, Stellar Formation and Evolution, Observational Astronomy and Astrophysics, Celestial Mechanics, Theoretical Astronomy and Astrophysics, Astronomy Subfields, Interdisciplinary Studies, Space Observation and Exploration, Structure and Evolution of the Cosmos, Unsolved Problems in Astronomy. It promotes top-level research and to globalize the quality research in general, thus making discussions, presentations and contributions more internationally competitive.