It is a great pleasure to announce that The Scientistt will host the Global Summit on Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology (GSGAC2022) will be held in Tokyo, Japan during April 21-23, 2022.
GSGAC2022 aims to bring together the renowned researchers, scientists and scholars to exchange ideas, to present sophisticated research works and to discuss hot topics in the field and share their experiences on all aspects of Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology.
The GSGAC2022 will be a 3 days event that means to gather the key players of the Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology community and related sectors. This event is launched with the aims to become an established event, attracting global participants, intent on sharing, exchanging and exploring new avenues of gravitation, astrophysics and cosmology -related scientific and commercial developments.
A wide-ranging scientific program consisting of plenary lectures, keynote lectures, Invited lectures, parallel sessions, as well as poster sessions for young scientists covering all topics in gravitation, astrophysics and cosmology will be scheduled. This conference provides a wonderful opportunity for you to enhance your knowledge about the newest interdisciplinary approaches in Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology.
Moreover, the conference offers a valuable platform to create new contacts in the field of Gravitation, Astrophysics and Cosmology, by providing valuable networking time for you to meet great personnel in the field.
We look forward to seeing you at GSGAC2022 in Tokyo, Japan
Kazuhiro Agatsuma has accepted the plenary talk invitation... Read More..
Nanda Rea is giving a pleanry talk at the congress... Read More..
Abstract Submission is Open now... Read More..
The Committee for Conference is updated... Read More..
Earlybird Registration deadline is July 15, 2021... Read More..
Rickard Lundin is giving a plenary talk at the conference... Read More..
To encourage new academic inspirations
To provide vibrant platform for oral presentations
To Provide Networking opportunities with eminent scientists
To provide friendly environment to present ideas
To help to grow their skills, broaden their horizon
To strengthen inter-disciplinary integration
The work must be predominately that of the student
The topic must fit into scientific sessions of the conference
Each individual participant is allowed to submit only one paper
None of the authors should have senior position or faculty position
Best Poster Award:
Best poster award will be given to the outstanding poster presentation
The prize consists of a certificate and $400
Best Oral Award:
Best oral award will be given to the outstanding presentation
The prize consists of a certificate and $400
Abstract Submission Deadline
Early Registration Deadline
Standard Registration Deadline
Oral Presentation is an effective way to present your valuable research work to get recognized. Oral Presentations consist of Plenary, Keynote and a series of Invited Talks with specific time durations.
A poster presentation is another potential channel to disseminate your research of a topic in a short and concise format. Posters offer the opportunity to engage with other conference attendees interested in the same subject and application as you.
Workshop provides a high-yield, more efficient and effective tool for discussion, problem solving and feedback about one’s scholarly work. Each workshop lasts for 1 hour intensive and interactive discussion about a topic.
Participating in the conference only without neither presentation nor paper publication. Listener will get networking opportunities to exchange and gain new knowledge, while interacting with the intellectuals and academics in the field.
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