The Surface Physics session encourages a wide range of research into surface structure and dynamics of matter, solid or gas. The applications of surface physics includes semiconductor technology, vacuum technology, microelectronics, flat-panel displays, compact disks, computers, environmental monitoring of pollutants, biomaterials, soft tissues, food safety, and pharmacy will be focused at this physics conference. The most recent development in surface science are the preparation and analysis of nanostructures, novel and exotic materials studies, elementary excitations in solids, etc. The latest cutting-edge technology research in this field will be extensively focused in the surface physics session.
- Surface magnetic properties
- Subsurface sensing technology