We are pleased to announce our Joint International Conference on Advances in Nano-Neuro-Bio-Informatics (I-CAN – 2023) which will be a unique conference where we will connect Biological Function through Computational sciences to the world of integrated quantum physics, chemistry, biology, medicine and therapeutics. The quantum science is seeking insights in Bioinformatics through quantum computing which again is an interdisciplinary filed linking quantum physics, chemistry and biology with computer science. Quantum computers achieve unprecedented calculating capabilities by harnessing the bizarre properties of matter on the subatomic scale, where electrons exist as clouds of probability and pairs of entangled particles can interact instantaneously, irrespective of their distance apart. But how far are we from fully realizing this new class of computers? What are its prospects to advance the study of artificial intelligence? And, when, if ever, will psychological scientists be able to write programs that unlock some of the secrets of human cognition? For now, a daunting list of technological innovations stands in the way of answering these questions. We can, however, take a glimpse at the current frontier of quantum computing and consider the technological gaps that remain. This science along with traditional Indian sciences coupled with big data and bioinformatics aims to unfold the complex relationship between genotype and phenotype on a global (genome-wide) scale to different biological processes. Quantum neurobiology is a concept to which we are not yet fully accustomed to: it refers to a narrow field of the operation of quantum physics in the nervous system such as the emergence of higher cognitive functions like consciousness, memory, internal experiences, and the processes of choice and decision-making which are products of the warm-wet-noisy brain. According to quantum neurobiology, quantum physics is involved in biological processes, and consciousness, memory, internal experiences, and the processes of choice and decision-making, which are the products of the warm-wet-noisy brain, may be the result of the operations of quantum physics.
Upon initial submission of the manuscript, the author will be acknowledged of the receipt via e-mail. All papers submitted for publication are immediately subjected to preliminary editorial scrutiny by the Editor-in-Chief regarding their suitability. Articles written in poor English language or not conforming to guidelines will either be rejected or returned to the authors to rectify the shortcomings. Manuscripts that appear to be suitable are then subjected to double-blind peer-review by neutral eminent experts.
Call for research/review/case studies abstracts from computer science, genetics, quantum sciences, genomics, bioinformatics, big data, ancient Indian medical sciences, nano and neuroscience.
Topics of the session may include, but not limited to, the following:
Guidelines for Abstract Submission
Title page of the abstract should include, title of the paper, author’s name, designation, institution affiliation, mailing address, contact numbers and email id. Abstract should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Guidelines for preparation of full paper will be communicated along with the acceptance of the abstracts. Selected papers will be published in the International Journal of Public Mental Health & Neuroscience (IJPMN) ISSN: 2394-4668, ISI impact factor: 1.629.
*Selected papers will be published in Sarvasumana’s online magazine, Manahsakshi.
Authors of the selected abstracts will be invited to submit extended version of their paper to our upcoming book which will be published and distributed by Amazon. Book chapters should be mailed to email@example.com.
Dr. Vilas Sapkal
[Hon'ble Vice Chancellor, MGM University,
Dr. Sanjay N. Harke
[Professor, MGM Institute of Biosciences and Technology, Aurangabad, India]
Dr. Archana Panche
Researcher, Technical University of Denmark,
Dr. Preenon Bagchi
[Asst. Professor, MGM Institute of Biosciences and Technology, Aurangabad, India]
Dr. Rabinder Henry
[Professor Technology , Director IQAC, Chandigarh University,
Mr. Rajesh TS
[Scientist, Vasishth Academy of Advanced Studies and Research, Bengaluru, India]
Scientific Advisory Committee
Dr. Kathryn Lane Rossi
[Founder Director, Milton H. Erickson Institue of the California Central Coast (MHE-CCC), California, USA]
Dr. Richard Hill
[Founder Director, Mindscience Institute, Gordon, Australia]
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