Solvay Conference

Solvay Conference is an assembly of leading scientists held with the intention of answering intriguing questions posed by scientific researches. The conference is held with the gaps of three or more years. The first session, in 1911, was organized with the specific purpose of aiding the inconsistency among the scientists on classical physics and quantum mechanics. Following this, the success of the conference was found to be so great that it led to the foundation of The International Solvay Institutes for Physics and Chemistry. The conference, becoming a tradition afterwards, focuses mainly on new discoveries in the world of science and finding solutions for issues brought by them.

Committee Agenda

A Brand New Form of Becoming an Energy Giant: Rebuilding the States’ Approaches to “xena” as a competitor to petroleum