Global Colloquium on Astrophysics and Particle Physics

Sep 21-22, 2020


Rome, Italy

Astrophysics 2020

LexisConferences holds regular yearly meetings that are design to share and connect with scientists all over the world. We most enthusiastically announce Global Colloquium on Astrophysics and Particle Physics which is to be held during September 21-22, 2020 at an exciting city Rome, Italy.

The mission of the Astrophysics and Particle Physics conference is to enhance and share humanity’s scientific understanding of the universe under the theme: Innovative era of Astrophysics with the Particles in the universe.

Our organization will inspires Professionals, Researchers, Industrialists, Educators, Amateurs and Armchair Astronomers to look up and wonder about our place in the universe and about what the universe can teach and tell us. Conference fosters scientific curiosity, advances science literacy and shares the excitement of exploration and discovery.

Astrophysics 2020 is designed to deliver innovative astronomy toolkits, programs, publications and education guides in our mission to inspire youth and adults across the economic spectrum in support of their success in science, technology and academic leaders.

Meetings cover all branches of Astrophysics, Particle Physics and Solid-earth geophysics (including Cosmology, Astrobiology, Astrochemistry, Astroparticle Physics, Computational Astrophysics, Planetary Sciences, Solar-terrestrial physics and many more).

Throughout the course of the conference, scientists will take part in hall-style meetings about NASA, the National Science Foundation and other agencies. The latest findings, damaged planet and Kepler Space Telescope and many more.

In addition to the conference, we will also hold events at your universities with the sessions/workshops. Anyone can take part in the cosmic action.

If you would like to give a talk at the conference, please contact Program Manager.

Details of Astrophysics and Particle Physics:

Conference Name Place Date
Astrophysics 2020 Rome, Italy September 21-22, 2020
Dr Sam Vaknin
Southern Federal University, Russia


Sam Vaknin is the originator of the Chronon Field Theory in 1982-4 his doctoral dissertation 'Time Asymmetry Revisited'. He is a professor in Southern Federal University in Rostov-on-Don in the Russian Federation

John O Roberts
University of Liverpool, UK


John O Roberts has been an Open University Science Tutor for 30 years having attended Rutherford Appleton Lab and CERN as a summer school student. He has been a Freelance Tutor of Maths, Physics and Chemistry for many years and wrote the book “Those Infinities and the Periodic Table” over a period of 5 years from an idea in December 2010.

Nicolina POP
Physical Fundamentals of Engineering
Polytechnic University of Timisoara, Romania


Nicolina POP has completed her PhD at the age of 30 years from West University of Timisoara, Romania and postdoctoral studies from West University of Timisoara Romania.Since 2015 Nicolina POP is Associate Professor to Department of Physical Fundamentals of Engineering, Politehnica University Timisoara. She has published as co-author 4 monographs and more than 80 papers in reputed journals as Physical Review A , Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society or proceeding of conferences (60 papers indexed by Web of Science); her Hirch-index is 11 by Google Scholar. She was President of Energetic and Technical Section, Romanian Society of Physics in the period 2013-2017, member of the research confederation as: EPS (European Physical Society), APS (American Physical Society), ICTAC (International Confederation for Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry) and member of some international or national research projects. Nicolina POP is Erasmus+ program responsible for collaboration between Politehnica University Timisoara with Le Havre University, France and Reykjavik University, Iceland.

Researches :

  • Atomic and Molecular physics, Plasma physics, Astrophysics, Molecular Energetics, Dissociative recombination, Solar Energy, Optoelectronics
Debabrata Saha
Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA


Debabrata Saha is a research scientist who recently completed a teaching assignment in NIT, Karnataka, India as an Adjunct Professor. Before this, he taught for twenty-one years as a tenured member of a faculty, and, thereafter, worked as President of a consulting firm, both in the USA. He is a former Chairman of Washington DC–Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA. His academic background includes earned degrees in (1) Science–BSc, Physics (Calcutta University), Technology–BTech, Electronics (Calcutta University), (3) Applied Science–MASc, Communication (University of Toronto), (4) Engineering–PhD, Computer, Information and Control Engineering (University of Michigan).

Ulaanbaatar Tarzad
Mongolian University of Science and Technology, Mongolia


Ulaanbaatar Tarzad has practiced as a Head Professor in ecology, environmental pollution, climate modeling, and consulting engineer in groundwater explorations. He is the corresponding member of Mongolian Academy of Science. He has completed his PhD by thesis “Mathematical modeling of thermal regime on and near the Earth’s surface and cryosphere” in Mongolian University of Science and Technology. He is a principal investigator of Taiwanese-Mongolian Joint Project and director of a research team of a Japan-Mongolian project focusing on Orkhon Valley. Professor Ulaanbaatar’s interesting subjects are the climate modeling of the Earth’s thermal field and recent interesting fields become singularity, astronomy, cosmology and large-scale structure of the universe.

Hakima Mokrane
University of Bordeaux, Observatory of Bordeaux, France


Dr Hakima Mokrane is a researcher in laboratory astrophysics & astrochemistry and now a researcher scientist in machine learning, she designs algorithms for solving AI problems. She graduated from Orsay university with a master (joint Honours) in Physics and Chemistry, before completing her PhD (in molecular physics & laboratory astrophysics) at Paris Observatory and Cergy University. Her interests span "all things ice and molecules", looking at how solid-state materials play a role in the processes of star and planet formation. She combines laboratory experiments with major facilities use, to understand the roll of ice in interstellar chemistry and planet forming collisions and exploit molecular dynamics simulations to understand the physical chemical properties of ice in space and now she is designing and building algorithms to solve AI problems and is interested in the problems of machine learning, deep learning and AI.

Researches :

  • Astrophysics & AI
Department of Science and Environmental Studies
The Education University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong


He had 2 PhD degrees (one in astrophysics and one in philosophy). His research focusses on astrophysics, cosmology, philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, dialogue between science and religion, and STEM education. 

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