Plasma physics is used to describe a comprehensive variety of macroscopically neutral substances containing many interacting free electrons and ionized atoms or molecules, which exhibit collective behavior due to the long-range coulomb forces. Not all media containing charged particles can be classified as plasma. For a group of interacting charged and unbiased particles to reveal plasma behavior it must satisfy certain conditions, or criteria, for plasma existence. Although plasmas in local thermodynamic equilibrium are found in many places in nature, as is the case for many astrophysical types of plasma, they are not very common in the laboratory. Plasma can also be generated by ionization processes that raise the degree of ionization much above its thermal properties. There are many different methods of creating plasma in the laboratory and depending upon the method the plasma may have high or low density, high or low temperature, it may be steady or transient, stable or unstable. Materials physics conference will bring together world-class professors, researchers, scientists and students across the world to discuss the current developments that are taking place in the field plasma physics.