Call for the Second International Conference on Holography and its Applications

In cooperation with the Canadian Quantum Research Center, Damghan University will be holding "the Second International Conference on Holography and Its Applications" on 25th-26th of January, 2023. Renowned researchers and scientists from Princeton University, University of Naples, University of Waterloo, Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics, McGill University, National Observatory of Athens, Zhejiang University, Nuclear Sciences Institute, National Scientific and Technological Research Council, Northwest University, Istanbul Technical University, Middle East Technical University, Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences, Zanjan Graduate University of Basic Sciences, Shahid Beheshti University, Shahrood University of Technology, University of Mazandaran, and Damghan University will be the members of the scientific committee of the conference. Please access the link to see the members of the scientific committee.

The conference is held both in person and online, and it deals with various issues of holography; researchers, professors and students are invited to present their achievements in this field in the form of lectures or posters. Articles in English are only accepted for the conference; however, oral presentation in Persian is also welcome. Those interested can submit their articles due December 22, 2022 via

The main topics of the conference are

  • Gauge-Gravity Correspondence
  • Holography and Quantum Information
  • Black Hole Physics
  • Holographic Methods for Condensed Matter Physics
  • Applications of Holography in Optics and Laser Physics
  • Neutron Stars and Holography
  • Holography in Nuclear Physics
  • Mathematics, Geometry, and Holography
  • Holographic Complexity
  • Recent Applications of Holography

Selected articles from the conference will be published in the International Journal of Holography Applications in Physics (see The journal has been issued since the fall of 2021, publishing quality articles by great physicists from all over the world.