Conference Topics

Interest of Areas

The Organising Committee of PSET is calling for Technical papers. To present your research at the conference your manuscripts must first pass double-blind peer review. Upon payment of registration fees, your approved papers will be included in the conference proceedings and your attendance at the conference will be confirmed.

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PSET 2023 welcomes papers from the full spectrum of research topics of interest to the physics community. Research coverage in the conference proceedings comprises: fundamental and applied; theoretical and experimental, including technical and methodological advances; and interdisciplinary and newly emerging areas. Subject areas include, but are not limited to:

Astronomy and astrophysics
Atomic and molecular physics
Biological physics
Chemical physics
Complex systems and networks
Computational and data-intensive science
Condensed matter physics
Earth and environmental sciences
Electronics and devices
Energy research
Fluid mechanics
Industrial physics
Information theory
Interdisciplinary research
Materials science
Mathematical physics
Medical physics
Nanoscience and nanotechnology
Nonlinear dynamics
Nuclear physics
Optics and photonics
Particles and fields
Physical chemistry
Physics of living systems
Plasma science and technology
Polymer science
Polymeric materials
Quantum fluids
Quantum materials
Quantum information and technology
Quantum physics
Artificial intelligence
Scientific machine learning
Semiconductor physics and technology
Soft and active matter
Solid mechanics
Statistical physics and thermodynamics
Surface science


Special Stage: Topological physics

The main subjects may include
topological (crystalline) insulators, Dirac and Weyl semimetals, Magnetic topological insulators, Topological states in AMO, Bosonic topological systems, Nteracting topological systems, Classification of topological materials, Topological superconducting and quantum computing, Nonhermitian topological systems, etc.
These topics may cover a variety of theoretical, computational and experimental advances in this area.