Please submit the abstract in Microsoft Word format (*.doc). The abstract should be written in English within the ONE-PAGE limit, including figures and tables. Please use the given Abstract Template to edit and submit. Please do not change the styles. Abstracts that do not meet these formatting requirements will be returned.

The title should be in Times New Roman font size 14 with first letter of each word capitalized and the text centered, the Authors’ names should be in Times New Roman font size 12, the Authors’ affiliation should be in Times New Roman font size 11 and italic, the main text of the abstract should be in Times New Roman font size 12. Multiple authors are separated by commas. If the authors are from different affiliations, number superscript can be marked to distinguish. Please mark the corresponding author with a superscript “*”. The presenter name should be underlined. Page Size should be A4 with margins in normal and 1.5 spacing between the lines. Paragraph should be justified (straight-edged) on both left and right. Keywords should be included below the main text of abstract in Times New Roman font size 12 and italic. The references should be as per format mentioned below.

Keywords: Maximum 6
M. N. R. Ashfold, P. W. May, C. A. Rego, N. M. Everitt, Chem. Soc. Rev., 23, 21 – 30, (1994).

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Topics No. of the conference

  1. Atomic & Molecular Structure, Collision Processes, Data Production and Application Spectroscopy of Solar and Stellar Plasma
  2. Intense Field, Short Pulse Laser and Atto-Second Physics
  3. Laser Technology, Quantum Optics and applications.
  4. Bose Einstein condensation.
  5. Nanomaterials and Nanoscience
  6. Nanobiotechnolgy and Nanophotonics
  7. Nano and Micro Electronics
  8. Computational Condensed Matter Physics
  9. Electron/ion beam and Electron microscopy with their use in various interdisciplinary branches of science like Material sciences, Life sciences etc.
  10. Application of atomic, molecular, optical and nano physics in petroleum, renewable energy, energy storage, environment sciences, information technology, health and education in developing countries