Market Analysis - Atomic Physics 2017
The world’s prominent Global Conferenceseries event organizer- Conference Series LLC invites you to the 2nd International Conference on Atomic and Nuclear Physics with the theme “Outlining the future aspects of Atomic and Nuclear physics”. The conference will be held on Nov 08-09, 2017 at the Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. From different parts of the globe, the various researchers and professionals, ambitious to exchange the results of their research for this confined contrasted plenary sector and composed conference sections will present papers and yield a high-caliber knowledge in the field of atomic and nuclear physics.
Importance and Scope :
The United States will spend at least $179 billion over the nine fiscal years of 2010-2018 on its nuclear arsenal, averaging $20 billion per year, with costs increasing from $16 billion to $25 billion per year over that timeframe. This estimate by no means, however, includes the full costs of maintaining America's nuclear deterrent. The $179 billion includes most of the direct costs of nuclear weapons and strategic launchers, such as missiles and submarines, as well as a majority of the costs of military personnel responsible for maintaining, operating, and executing nuclear missions.
The costs for the nuclear mission are expected to grow substantially over the next 20 years if each leg of the nuclear triad is modernized to replace existing nuclear systems (i.e., launchers,missiles, and bombers). Decisions are currently being made on which systems to replace and in what numbers, and preliminary estimates suggest spending will increase to more than $25-30 billion per year for maintenance and procurement, not including many of the associated costs to maintain the nuclear arsenal.
Why Las Vegas, Nevada, USA?
The most populated cities in the state of Nevada are Las Vegas officially the City of Las Vegas and often known simply as Vegas, and the county seat of Clark County. It is the largest city within the Greater Mojave Desert and the city anchors the Las Vegas Valley metropolitan area. Las Vegas is the 29th-most populated city in the United States and according to a 2013 estimate, the population is 603,488.
Las Vegas is a top three destination in the United States and it is a global leader in the hospitality industry and for business conventions. The city bills itself as The Entertainment Capital of the World, and is famous for its mega casino–hotels and associated activities and Las Vegas is an internationally renowned major resort city known primarily for its gambling, shopping, fine dining, entertainment, and nightlife and has made Las Vegas a popular setting for literature, films, television programs, and music videos and It is the leading financial, commercial, and cultural center for Nevada.
20 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Las Vegas
- Fremont Street Experience
- The Strip
- Excalibur Hotel
- Bellagio Resort and Fountain Show
- Paris Hotel and the Eiffel Tower
- Caesar's Palace and The Colosseum
- High Roller Ferris Wheel on the Linq
- MGM Grand Hotel and CSI: The Experience
- Luxor Hotel
- Stratosphere Tower
- Vegas Indoor Skydiving
- Venetian Hotel and Gondola Rides
- Mirage Hotel: Erupting Volcano and Secret Garden
- Mandalay Bay and the Shark Reef Aquarium
- Las Vegas Natural History Museum
- Madame Tussaud's
- Helicopter Rides over Las Vegas and the Grand Canyon
- New York-New York Hotel
- Las Vegas Motor Speedway
- Las Vegas Monorail
The primary drivers of the Las Vegas economy are conventions, gaming and tourism, which in turn feed the retail and restaurant industries.
College of Southern Nevada is the largest college in the state with over 37,000 students. Within 25 miles of Las Vegas, Nevada there are 34 schools. For students interested in colleges and universities in the area Las Vegas, Nevada, has several options.
Closest Schools to Las Vegas, Nevada
• DeVry University-Nevada (3.9 miles from downtown)
• Everest College-Henderson (3.9 miles from downtown)
• ITT Technical Institute-Henderson (3.9 miles from downtown)
• Sanford-Brown College-Las Vegas (3.9 miles from downtown)
• Touro University Nevada (5.8 miles from downtown)
Largest Schools near Las Vegas, Nevada
• College of Southern Nevada (33,313 students)
• University of Nevada-Las Vegas (28,600 students)
• Nevada State College (3,534 students)
• University of Phoenix-Nevada (1,396 students)
• Touro University Nevada (1,306 students)
Atomic and Nuclear Physics Market Analysis:
The report "Nuclear Power Plant and Equipment Market by Reactor Type (PWR, PHWR, BWR,HTGR, FBR etc.), by Equipment Type (Island Equipment and Auxiliary Equipment) & Geography - Global Trends & Forecast to 2019", defines and segments the nuclear power market with analysis and forecasts of the global revenue. The global nuclear power and equipment market is estimated to grow from over $56.86 Billion in 2014 to nearly $67.23 Billion by 2019, at a CAGR of over 3.41%.
Scope and Importance of Atomic and Nuclear Physics Research:
The provision of a sufficient amount of cost-effective and ecologically friendly sources of energy is a key problem to mankind. At that moment, the energy demand is met to a great extent by fossil fuels (coal, natural gas and oil). Since the discovery of nuclear fission more than 50 years ago, its use has become increasingly significant for the supply of electrical and thermal energy, and the importance of regenerative energy carriers will still be rising in the future. It is assumed that mankind's demand of primary energy will rise strongly during the next decades. Whereas today 5.8 billion people use up 13E9 tce, it is expected that in 2020 8 billion will consume 20E9tce.
So obviously a massive expansion of nuclear energy will take place in the next decades. So achieve the necessary social acceptance of nuclear energy, its technical realization must not only exclude severe accidents that will vastly contaminate areas with radioactive material or evacuation necessities at all, but also protect population from any health hazard.
Related Major Societies/Associations in USA
- American Nuclear Society
- Nuclear Powers America
- World Nuclear Association
- Canadian Nuclear Association
- American Society of Nuclear Cardiology
- The Center for Nuclear Science and Technology Information
- ANS Nuclear Cafe
- American College of Nuclear Medicine
- North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN)
- Radiological Society of North America
- United States Atomic Energy Commission
- National Association of Atomic Veterans
- International Atomic Energy Agency
- The Atomic Bomb and American Society
- Scientists and students from Engineering and Technology
- Research students and Research Institutes
- Professors, Students, Researchers and Technical Staff from Physics and other related disciplines
- Managers & Business Intelligence Experts
- Delegates from Physical Science societies and Associations
- Advertising and Promotion Agency Executives
People Researching on Nuclear Physics
People Researching on Atomic Physics
List of Companies Associated with Atomic and Nuclear Physics in Percentage