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Scope of the journal includes but not limited to applied physics and applied mathematics, automation and control, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, computer engineering, computer science, data engineering and software engineering, earth and environmental engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and operations research, information technology and informatics, materials science, measurement and metrology, mechanical engineering, medical physics, power engineering, signal processing and telecommunications.

The IJEAP journal aims for a publication speed of 90 days from submission until final publication. IJEAP uses the LOCKSS archival system and cited in Google Scholar, ASI database, DRJI, ResearchBib, Citefactor, WorldCat and BASE. Scientex Conference solicits all the inspired participants to attend the International Conference on Materials Science and Engineering slated to be held from November 12-13, 2021 in Vienna.

Varsha Optimal of 1-bit Comparator design and Energy Estimation using Quantum Dot Cellular Automata V. Vamsikrishna Reddy Lingamdinne, T. We focus on observational and theoretical research into the relativistic objects of the universe: pulsars, young stars, binary systems, galactic nuclei, massive black holes. The objective is to further our understanding of their nature and use the obtained information to improve the precision of the inertial frame of reference.

Research into the mechanisms of collimation, acceleration, and emission of relativistic plasma in quasar jets. Leading researchers: Yuri Kovalev, Elena Nokhrina, Vasily Beskin. Investigation of stellar objects: pulsar magnetosphere structure, accretion disks, and bipolar outflows from young stars. Leading researchers: Vasily Beskin, Elena Nokhrina, Paul A. Research on binary black holes and other tight binary systems, conducted by means of gravitational wave observations. Leading researchers: Stanislav Babak.

Improving the precision of the inertial frame of reference by accounting for the astrophysical properties of celestial objects. Leading researchers: Leonid Petrov, Yuri Kovalev. The objective of the project is to conduct radio astronomical observations using a radio telescope based on the Spektr-R spacecraft, which was designed by the Lavochkin Association.

Yuri Kovalev is the head of the research program under the RadioAstron project. It is the longest running project monitoring the variation in the brightness and polarization of relativistic jets with parsec and subparsec resolution.

All calibrated visibility and FITS data obtained by the MOJAVE team are publicly available on the website of the collaboration, as soon as the images have been processed. Yuri Kovalev is a member of the project. Stanislav Babak is a member of the collaboration. The telescope on board has a wide field of view, so it can scan the entire sky daily.

Laboratory staff frequently publish joint papers with the NASA Fermi collaboration. It is a postgraduate educational master's degree given by universities in a wide number of nations. The degree is typically studied for in the sciences and occasionally in the social sciences.

Applied physics uses the science in the development and expansion of practical applications that affect research, technology and society itself. Industries that program graduates may choose to focus on include fiber optics, satellites, microchip technology, mobile telecommunications, aerospace, semiconductors, information technology and lasers.

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Our program prepares graduates for professional careers in science and technology, in academic institutions, national laboratories and industry. The Applied Physics Program is designed to allow students to complete their PhD studies in as little as five years.

Students typically complete the required courses during the first year and focus their efforts on research starting in the summer of the first year in the program. Students in the Applied Physics Graduate Program can take advantage of the scholarships, learning opportunities, and other resources offered by both the McCormick School of Engineering and the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences.

Northwestern has a distinguished record of research and innovation in many areas of Applied Physics spanning both the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences and the McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science.