IX International Congress of Physics Engineering

The Physics Engineering is a multidisciplinary profession in which the undergraduate student
integrates and applies their knowledge of Physics, Mathematics and Computing to adapt and innovate
all kind of technologies, as well as to development and apply theoretical knowledge to different fields of
science and engineering.

The Physics Engineer, supported by a solid preparation in basic sciences, studies, analyzes, identifies,
delimits and provides scientific and technological solution to industries, hospitals, research laboratories,
institutes and governmental organizations focused to metrology, optics, energy, materials,
instrumentation of sophisticated equipments. The Physics Engineering bachelor degree is a national
and international reference to encourage all those students to apply knowledge through an active
participation in the operation, planning and management of projects.

The technological and scientific impact of a Physics Engineering undergraduate and graduate students,
as well as the tutorial of the research academics that are interested in Physics and Physics Engineering,
may be found in an biennial event like the International Congress of Physics Engineering, through the
diffusion of both experimental and theoretical research and teaching.

This year the organizing committee of the IX International Congress of Engineering Physics, integrated
by a faculty meeting of the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Campus Azcapotzalco was decided to
hold the IX International Congress of Physical Engineering at the premises of the Campus Azcapotzalco
in Mexico City, Mexico, of November 5th to 9th, 2018
The accepted papers by the International Committee and the IOP editors will be published in the Journal
of Physics: Conference Series.

We invite you to be part of this event sending your contributions in these topics:

Renewable and Non-Renewable Energies,
Science and Technology of Materials,
Physics Applied to Medicine,
Physics of Earth Sciences,
Engineering in Optics and Acoustics,
History of Physics,
Physical Engineering Education,
and Related Subjects.