University of Antioquia
CARLOS ALBERTO is a full time Professor at Universidad de Antioquia, Colombia.He is a member of Editorial board. Dr.ALBERTO Awards and Reognitions are universidad de Antioquia, Premio al mejor estudiante por programa, FÃsica, 1988,Universidad del Valle, Tesis doctoral Laureada, 1998, Universidad de Antioquia, Premio a la InvestigaciÃ³n Profesoral, 2012 Colciencias, reconocimiento 2013 como una de las 10 personas de mÃ¡s alta producciÃ³n cientÃfica en Colombia.
University of Denver
Professor Davor Balzar is Chair of the Department of Physics & Astronomy at the University of Denver, USA. His research focuses mainly on the studies of the influence of defects and strains on the properties of novel materials, particularly photovoltaics and ferroelectrics. He has over 80 peer-reviewed publications in journals and monographs, over 60 invited lectures and workshops, and has chaired over 30 symposia/sessions. He was a USA representative to the Commission on Powder Diffraction of the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr) and one of the founding members of the European Powder Diffraction International Conference (EPDIC) Committee. He was a Chair of the Program and Organizing Committees for the Four Corners Section of the American Physical Society (APS) meeting. He was elected a Fellow and served as the Vice Chairman of the International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD).
Dr Qin Chen is a Professor in micro/nano optoelectronic devices in Jinan University, China. He received the Ph.D. degree by the work on optical microcavity from Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) in 2006. After that, he worked in photonic crystal, plasmonics and nanoimprint as a postdoc in University of Bath and University of Glasgow in UK. From 2012 to 2018, he was a professor at Suzhou Institute of Nano-Tech and Nano-Bionics, CAS.Since 2018, he has joined Institute of Nanophotonics at Jinan University, where he is a Director of the Optoelectronic Device Lab. He has published over 80 papers on microcavity, plasmonics, metamaterial, laser, photodetector, modulator, sensor, nanofabrication, etc. He has won the Outstanding Research Award from the Asia Pacific Society for Materials Research (2018), the Top Ten Achievement in Optics in China (2017), the Royal Society Newton Advanced Fellowship (2015), the Hundred Talent Program of CAS (2012),etc.He is also the Associated Editor of the Royal Society Open Science, the Editorial Board Member of Scientific Reports, etc.
University of Valencia
Francisco Torrens is lecturer in physical chemistry at the Universitat de ValÃ¨ncia. After obtaining a PhD in molecular associations in azines and macrocycles from the Universitat de ValÃ¨ncia, Dr. Torrens undertook postdoctoral research with Professor Rivail at the UniversitÃ© de Nancy I. More recently, Dr. Torrens has collaborated on projects with Professors TomÃ¡s-Vert, Salgado and Castellano. Major research projects include prediction of the environmental impact of chemical substances using chemobioinformatics tools, discovery of new inhibitors of tyrosinase: computational design, synthesis, characterization and experimental corroboration, search for new antimicrobial agents that inhibit the synthesis of the bacterial cell wall, minimal active domains of proteins of the Bcl 2 family, development and application of quantum chemistry methods and techniques to studies of drugs, analysis of pores of BAX at nanometric scale and study of the in vivo antioxidant capacity of phenolic compounds through QSAR/QSPR modelling: crossing of the blood-brain barrier and interactions with cytochromes and drugs. His scientific accomplishments include the first implementation in a computer at the Universitat de ValÃ¨ncia of a program for the elucidation of crystallographic structures and the construction of the first computational-chemistry program adapted to a vector-facility supercomputer in a Spanish university.
Dr.Paul Frampton is a professor at university of Oxford University, UK.His research interest on Particle theory and cosmology. Dr. Frampton honors is Hulme Open Scholar, Brasenose College, Oxford.
Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri
The University of Calabria
Dr. Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri (born in 30th of November 1972) is an Italian Physicist. He received laurea magna cum laude in theoretical Physics from University of Calabria, Cosenza, Italy in 1995. He has started his research and teaching activity at University of Calabria at Faculties of Sciences and Engineering in several fields of theoretical and applied sciences. From 2001 he is full professor of Physics and, from 2013, also the director of the Foundation of Physics Research Center (FoPRC) in Italy, an independent research organization devoted to advanced research in Physics. He has published several scientific papers in peer-reviewed international journals of physics and engineering in the fields of theoretical physics, acoustics, biophysics, electromagnetic fields and material sciences. He is editorial board member of numerous international journals related to theoretical and applied physics. His most recent interests relate to coherent quantum field theory and its application to different fields - from fundamental physics to cosmology and brain mechanism - to superluminal physics and to the study of consciousness and mind mechanism from the standpoint of quantum mechanics. He also conducts scientific popularization activity by writing essays in magazines and participating to TV programs.
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Prof. Jinfeng Jia began his scientific research career as a PhD student of physics at Peking University in 1987. He moved to Institute of High Energy Physics of CAS as a postdoc after he got his Ph.D. in 1992. He continued his postdoc career in the Institute for Materials Research, Tohoku University, Japan during 1995-1996. Then he joined the department of physics, Peking University as an associate professor. From 1998 to 2001, Prof. Jia spent 3 years in US (University of Florida, UNC Chapel Hill, Indiana University at Bloomington) as a postdoc/visiting scientist. In 2001, he came back to the Institute of Physics of CAS as a professor supported by â€œthe Hundred Talents Programâ€. In 2006, he became a professor at the department physics, Tsinghua University. In 2009, he moved to Shanghai Jiaotong University as a distinguished professor. He obtainedthe National Award for Natural Sciences by the State Council of the Peopleâ€™s Republic of China twice (2004 and 2011, Second class Prize), 2011 Collective Award for the Outstanding Scientific and Technical Achievement from Hong Kong Qiu Shi Science and Technologies Foundation.
Higher Institute of Engineering of Porto
Professor Lijian Meng received his Ph. D. in 1994 from University of Minho, Portugal. He worked Department of Physics, Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal, as assistant professor (1994-1998), as associate professor (1998-2010) and as qualified full professor (2010-now). He also worked in the physics center of University of Minho as a researcher since 2005. His research interests are fabrication and characterization of semiconductor thin films.
Feng Chia University
Chien-Hung Yeh received his Ph.D. degree in Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan, in 2004. Then, he joined the Information and Communications Research Laboratories (ICL), Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), Taiwan, in October 2004, as a Researcher for the advanced research on optical access technology.
He was engaged mainly in the research and development of fiber-optics, fiber lasers and fiber communication systems. These include the fiber amplifiers, wavelength-tunable erbium-doped fiber (EDF) lasers, laser applications, wavelength converters, fiber sensor technologies, FTTH access, 40Gbps high-speed passive access networks (PONs), radio-over-fiber (ROF) technologies at ITRI, Taiwan.
He worked as a Sensor Lead Researcher at ICL/ITRI, Taiwan, in July 2008. He also headed the Advanced Optical Communication Research Group covering fiber amplifiers, fiber lasers, optical access technologies and their applications for New-Generation Passive Optical Networks (PONs), including WDM laser source, novel WDM-PON Architecture, 40/100 Gbps fiber access, OFDM-PON and ROF-PON.In August 2014, He joined the faculty of Department of Photonics, Feng Chia University, in Taiwan. Now, he has published more than 220 journal papers, 160 conference papers, and 60 granted patents in these research areas.
V.Bakul Institute for Superhard Materials of the National Academy of Sciences
Dr. PrÑ–hna Tetyana OlekcÑ–ivna is a professor at kyiv national university, Ukraine.Dr. PrÑ–hna research interests Applied Physics and Nanomaterials, Material Science and Chemistry.PrÑ–hna Received scientific awards, personal grants or scholarships, etc.Dr. PrÑ–hna Tetyana OlekcÑ–ivna awards for scientific activity Honorary Diploma of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine, Honorary Medal of the 90th Anniversary of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine and Bronze Medal of the Exhibition of Achievements of the National Economy of the USSR.
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Dr. Zhang is a research scientist in Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. His researches focus on computational science and applied methods for biophysical problems. He dedicated on applying scientific methods for solving problems rising in bioinformatics and applied biophysics. He has published referred papers in international journals and conferences. He also writes book chapters. He is currently on the editorial board of several journals, such as SCIREA journal of mathematics, Journal of bioinformatics and genomics. He also reviewed papers for many conferences and journals such as Optimal control, applications and methods, Differential equations and dynamical systems, International journal of robust and nonlinear control, etc., and is regular reviewer of Computational biology and bioinformatics, Open access medical statistics, International journal of computer and electrical engineering, etc. With nowadays development of computing algorithms and bioinformatics as well as software engineering, there are great demands of proposing efficient computing methods in the field of computational biology, gene expression analysis, bioinformatics computing and so on. Based on several yearsâ€™ study and research in this field, Dr. Zhang developed several effective algorithms about transcriptomic and epigenomic analysis and predictions. These pipelines have been verified and applied to real genomic problems.
University of Biskra
Zakaria Boumerzoug is a professor of metallic materials at Biskra University. He joined Biskra University in 1992. He has completed his PhD from Constantine University in 1998. He published more than fifty articles and he participated to more than thirty international conferences as speaker and invited speaker (ICWETâ€™16 Turkey, 3rd WCSE2017 Spain, ICMTMTE2018 Russia,..). He was as a member and also as a guest editor in some international conferences. He has supervised 18 PhD students. He has reviewed many articles of some scientific journals. He is a chief of an international project between Biskra University and UMONS University in Belgium. He has a short international teaching experience at Cadiz University, Spain. He has organised more than 10 scientific meeting in Algeria. He is the academic editor of the journal Advances in Research from 01/09/2018 to 31/08/2022. He edited a book of Advanced Materials Design and Mechanics.
Ivan Bozovic received his PhD in Solid State Physics from Belgrade University, Yugoslavia, where he was later elected a professor and the Physics Department Head. After moving to USA in 1985 he worked at Stanford University,the Varian Research Center in Palo Alto, California, andin Oxxel, Bremen, Germany. Since 2003, heis the MBE Group Leader at Brookhaven National Laboratory, and since 2014 also an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics at Yale University. He is a Member of European Academy of Sciences, Foreign Member of the Serbian Academy of Science and Arts, Fellow of APS, and Fellow of SPIE. He received the Bernd Matthias Prize for Superconducting Materials, SPIE Technology Award, the M. Jaric Prize, the BNL Science and Technology Prize, was Max Planck and Van der Waals Lecturer, and is a Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation PI. Ivanâ€™s research interests include basic physics of condensed states of matter, novel electronic phenomena including unconventional superconductivity, innovative methods of thin film synthesis and characterization, and nano-scale physics. He has published 11research monographs and over 290 research papers, including 26 in Science and Nature journals
University of Science and Technology of Oran
Hocine Alla is a Professor in the Department of energetic physics at the University of Sciences and Technology (USTO), Oran City in Algeria, and the head of group
research of wetting phenomenon at physics materials and fluids Laboratory. He received his bachelor degree in Mathematics from University of Es-Senia in 1989
and his PhD degrees in applied Mathematics from USTO University in 1996. He led many national research projects. He was a guest in great laboratories in Europe and USA
and author of several articles in prestigious journals. His research focuses on mathematical modeling and simulation of the spreading of drops on heterogeneous surfaces.
Full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Prof.Ludmila Boinovich is a professor and Full member of the Russian Academy of Sciences A.N. Frumkin Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry Moscow, RUSSIA. The research activities of L.B. Boinovich, both theoretical and experimental, have been centered on molecular and surface physics. Her research interests include the studying of wetting phenomena; the development of new physical mechanisms of surface forces determining the stability of colloid systems and liquid interlayers;the development of ellipsometric and spectroscopic methods of investigation of properties of sub-thin liquid and solid films, the application of digital image processing for investigation of three-phase equilibrium.
University of GoettingenGermany
Prof. Dr. Kai Zhang is the Principal Investigator of the Group Wood Technology and Wood Chemistry in Georg-August-University of Goettingen, Germany. He received B.Eng. (2002) from Hefei University of Technology, China, Diploma (2007) and Ph.D. (2011) in Chemistry in Dresden University of Technology, Germany. After further research stations as PostDoc in Dresden University of Technology and the Pennsylvania State University, and as Research Group Leader in Darmstadt University of Technology, he joined University of Goettingen in May 2015. He served as Associate Editor (2016-2018) of the journal â€˜Hydrogelsâ€™ and serves currently as editorial board member of â€˜Scientific Reportsâ€™ and â€˜Journal of Semiconductorsâ€™. He has been appointed as Assistant Professor in Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, and Junior-Professor in Freie UniversitÃ¤t Berlin, Germany. He was awarded with 2015 GCCCD Excellent PhD Supervisor Award and one of 10 Leading Chinese Talents on Science and Technology in Europe 2016. He has organized the first â€šSino-German Young Scientist Forumâ€™ and serves as member of the scientific committee of diverse conferences, such as 5th International Conference on Pulping, Papermaking and Biotechnology. He has published more than 60 papers in diverse top-tier journals including Advanced Materials, ACS Nano, Angewandte Chemie Int Ed, Advanced Functional Materials, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, etc.
One field of his research focuses on the chemistry and materials from sustainable biomaterials and native nanostructures.