Optics is the science of light. A branch of physics that studies electromagnetic radiation,  its interactions with matter and instruments used to collect information due to these interactions. Optics includes the study of sight. Physical optics deals mainly with the nature and properties of light itself. Geometrical optics deals with the principles that govern the image-forming properties of lenses, mirrors, and other devices that make use of light.

  • Geometrical Optics
  • Reflection and refraction
  • Ray-tracing methods
  • Optics: Principles and Applications
  • Mathematical Theory of Optics
  • Ray Optics
  • Optics in Photography
  • Optical Coherence and Quantum Optics

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Manufacturing Innovations And Metal Casting Technology


Metal Casting Technology is a process which is used to produce casts by pouring molten metal into a cavity of shape and allow it to cool and solidify. The solidified part is called ascasting. Casting is most used for making complex shapes that would be difficult to make by other methods. Casting processes have been widely used for sculpture, jewellery in precious metals, and weapons and tools. Metal casting used in firefighting equipment, water hydrants, gears, decorative hardware, bronze plaques, military transportation, plumbing parts, value parts, electrical hardware, precision machinery and other industries.

  • Principles of casting and splinting
  • Casting aluminum alloys
  • Production of porous hydroxyapatite by the gel-casting of foams and cytotoxic evaluation
  • Casting solidification analysis by modulus vector method
  • Casting the wireless sensor net
  • Metallurgical and processing aspects of the NRC semi-solid casting technology
  • Casting simulation and optimization
  • New high-palladium casting alloys
  • Continuous Casting
  • Metal forming processes
  • Metal joining processes
  • Powder metallurgy & its applications

Market Analysis: The plastic fasteners segment is likely to exhibit a CAGR of 5.6% over the projected period, on account of their rising application scope in the automotive industry. Application of these products in automotive manufacturing reduces overall vehicle production cost and weight, thereby improving performance and reducing carbon footprint. For More Details: https://materialsscience.peersalleyconferences.com/tracks/optics