Our aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials.
July 28, 2021
Early Bird Registration
July 12, 2021
October 28-30, 2021
To promote current research outcomes within the research communities to enhance their current knowledge in the field of Magnetic and Magnetic Materials to discover new trends for future applications which are safer, cheaper and easier, PAGES is organizing the International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials will be held during October 28-30, 2021 in Vancouver, Canada.
The primary aim of the conference is to convene experts around the world to present their research results and to discuss current topics in the field of Magnetism, Electromagnetism and Magnetic Materials and how they can be better implemented in providing advanced applications for different industries. It is an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Engineering and technology and other related areas.
It will host world-class researchers, high-profile plenary speakers, oral and poster presentations, sponsor exhibits, workshops and social events that promote knowledge exchange between the participants and proposes to share their research findings with a wide audience.
We hope this conference will help the participants learn about the latest in Magnetism and Magnetic Materials while they have a great time in the many fantastic, historical and cultural sites that Vancouver has to offer.
We look forward to welcoming you to Vancouver for this inspiring congress in 2021!
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Director-Department of Chemistry Sogang University Korea
Young Soo Kang is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and a director in Nanostructured Material Lab at the Sogang University. He has been working as review panel members of ACS, Wiley Science and Elsevier Chemistry Journals. He received the BSc and the MSc degree in Chemistry from Pusan National University, Busan, Korea in 1984 and 1986 and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Houston, U.S.A in 1992, postdoctoral fellow at University of California at Berkeley and Stanford Unievrsity, respectively, for his work on Nanomaterials and Surfactant Related Materials Chemistry. Current research interests are focused on the synthesis and application of nanostructured materials for IT and Energy Related Fields. He has published over 170 journals from ACS, Wiley Science and Elsevier.
Head-Mechanical and Aeronautical EngineeringUniversity of Pretoria-South Africa
Prof. Josua Meyer is professor and Head of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Pretoria. He is leading the Clean Energy Research unit with approximately 30 full-time graduate students and 10 staff members. He has received 11different national teaching awards from three different universities, as well as an international award, in 2013, for “Best professor in mechanical and aeronautical engineering”.He has won more than 45 research awards including 25 awards for best article of the year or best conference paper. He is a “highly cited researcher” according to the ISI, and ranked among the top 0.1% in engineering. He is on the editorial board of 14 journals and is editor of 8 journals in his field of research. He has (co)authored more than 800 articles, conference papers, book chapters, patents, etc. and has (co)supervised more than 100 research masters and PhD students.
President-Russian Technological University Russia
Professor Alexander Sigov (born 1945) is an expert in Condensed Matter Physics and Electronics. He contributed extensively to the phenomenology of magnets, ferroelectrics and multiferroics, physics of ferroic-based heterostructures,thin films, etc. The results of his scientific activity are reflected in morethan 300 papers, reviews, book chapters, 19 monographs and textbooks,including the well-known “Defects and Structural Phase Transitions” together with A. Levanyuk. For many years he chairs the Department of Nanoelectronics in MIREA – Russian Technological University. He created his own school, inspiring and mentoring many talented scientists. In 2006 he was elected a Member of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He is the head of the Russian Academy Council on Dielectrics and Ferroelectrics, member of numerous scientific societies, Associate Editor of “Ferroelectrics” and “Integrated Ferroelectrics”, Editor and member of Boards of more than ten Russian national journals, Chair of the Council on Physics and Astronomy of the Russian Foundation for Basic Research.
University of Victoria Canada
Reuven Gordon is a Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Victoria. He has received a Canadian Advanced Technology Alliance Award (2001), an Accelerate BC Industry Impact Award (2007), an AGAUR Visiting Professor Fellowship (2009), the Canada Research Chair in Nanoplasmonics (2009-2019), the Craigdarroch Silver Medal for Research Excellence (2011), a Fulbright Fellowship (2016), an NSERC Discovery Accelerator (2017), the Faculty of Engineering Teaching Award (2017) and an JSPS Invitational Fellowship (2020). He is a Fellow of three societies: the Optical Society of America (OSA), the Society for Photographic Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), and the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE). Dr. Gordon has authored and co-authored over 170 journal papers (including 13 invited contributions). He is co-inventor for five patents and two patent applications. Dr. Gordon is a Professional Engineer of BC. Dr. Gordon has been recognized as an "Outstanding Referee" by the American Physical Society. He has also served as conference chair for several conferences, including SPIE NanoScience + Engineering and NFO16. Dr. Gordon is an Associate Editor for Optics Express and on the Editorial Advisory Board for Advanced Optical Materials.
Nanofluids Research LaboratoryUniversity of Pretoria-South Africa
Prof Mohsen Sharifpur is a professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Pretoria. He is the establisher and Head of Nanofluid Research Laboratory with approximately 10 active postgraduate students and postdocs.Some of them working on Magnetic Nanofluids under supervision of him. He has been a successful engineer and manager in industry for about 15 years and then joined university. He is an innovative thinker and based on fluid dynamics, constructal law, nature and patterns in nature, and cosmology data; he invented a new general and multidiscipline theory as “Source and Sink Theory” (https://dx.doi.org/10.22606/tp.2020.51001). His general-multidiscipline theory has the potential to describe the early universe better than previous theories. He believes, his theory is the case of the future. He has offered several plenary and keynote speeches at different international conferences. He has publishedmore than 150 articles, conference papers and book chapters, and has been supervised more than 30 research masters and PhD students, as well as postdoctoral researchers, in which most of them completed.
Technical University – MADI Russia
Professor Sapogin lives in Moscow, Russia. He began in 1954 to study in Taganrog Radio-technical University and graduated (Dept. of solid state physics) in 1959. He served his military service from 1959 to 1972 at Ministry of Defence as the scientific adviser. Candidate of science (1966). He maintained (1971) the doctor degree in Leningrad State University. In 1972 to 1985, he was the Head of Theoretical Department in Russia Academy of Science. Since 1985 till present he is the Head of Physical Department of Technical University – MADI (Moscow Auto and Highway Construction Inst.). He is the author (or coauthor) of numerous (over 200) published scientific articles, 4 books, school supplies. He obtained (with V.Boichenko), first, very important scientific result: calculating (with accuracy more 0.03%) of the electrical electron charge and of the fine structure constant -1/137. He published (2005) in USA and Russia (together with Prof. Yu.Ryabov and V.Boichenko) the book named “Unitary Quantum Theory and New Source of Energy”. Second Editions of it in USA was 2016 - (http://www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/book/B-978-1-940366-43-2). Together with Ryabov he calculated mass spectrum of elementary particles and mass bozon Higgs - 131.7 GeV. Professor L.Sapogin - academic of Russian Academy of Natural Science and World Academy of Complex Safety. He was honored with 7 medals and Orders. In addition to his interests in science and classical music, Professor L.Sapogin has an interest in mountaineering. During 1956-1996, he had more than 200 ascensions in Caucases, Tyan-Schan, Pamir and Alps. His biography is included in collection books of “Who’s Who in the World” (2006), “500 Greatest Geniuses of the 21st Century” - International Biographic Centre, Cambridge (2009) and of American Biographical Inst. (2009).
University of Victoria Canada
Professor Hari Mohan Srivastava was born on 05 July 1940 in Karon (District Ballia) in the Province of Uttar Pradesh in India. Professor Hari Mohan Srivastava began his university-level teaching career right after having received his M.Sc. degree in 1959 at the age of 19 years. He earned his Ph.D. degree in 1965 while he was a full-time member of the teaching faculty at the Jai Narain Vyas University of Jodhpur in India (since 1963). Currently, Professor Srivastava holds the position of Professor Emeritus in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at the University of Victoria in Canada, having joined the faculty there in 1969, first as Associate Professor (1969-1974) and then as Full Professor (1974-2006). Professor Srivastava has held (and continues to hold) numerous Visiting and Chair Professorships at many universities and research institutes in many different parts of the world. Having received several D.Sc. (honoris causa) degrees as well as honorary memberships and fellowships of many scientific academies and scientific societies around the world, he is also actively associated editorially with numerous international scientific research journals as an Honorary or Advisory Editor or as an Editorial Board Member. He has edited (and is currently editing) many Special Issues of scientific research journals as the Lead Guest Editor, including (for example) the MDPI journals, Axioms, Mathematics, and Symmetry, the Elsevier journals, Journal of Computational and Applied Mathematics and Applied Mathematics and Computation, the Wiley journal, Mathematical Methods in the Applied Sciences, and as Guest Editor of such other journals as (for example) Abstract and Applied Analysis, Advances in Mathematical Physics, Filomat, Chaos: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Nonlinear Science, ChaosSolitons & Fractals, Applied and Computational Mathematics, Journal of Nonlinear and Convex Analysis, Alexandria Engineering Journal, Tbilisi Mathematical Journal, and so on. He is a Clarivate Analytics [Thomson Reuters] (Web of Science) Highly-Cited Researcher.
Director-Institute of Applied MagnetismSpain
Prof. Antonio Hernando, currently Professor Emeritus of the Complutense University, he has been Professor of Magnetism at the same University since 1980 and Director of the Institute of Applied Magnetism (UCM-ADIF). Author of approximately three hundred scientific publications, seventeen patents and director of twenty-two doctoral theses. His publications have more than 15500 references with an index H=60. Researcher at the Naval Research Lab in Washington and Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, at the University of Cambridge and at the Max-Planck-Institute in Stuttgart. Numerary Academician of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences; Fellow of the American Physical Society and National Research Award.
University of Duisburg-Essen Germany
Dr. Kleemann earned his doctorate in solid state physics with optical studies on anionic silver centers in alkali halides at the University of Göttingen in 1968. Postdoctoral research at Université Paris Orsay and Villetaneuse, University of California Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz, Seoul National University, UFMG Belo Horizonte, Waseda University Tokyo and Hokkaido Univerity Sapporo widened his view onto phase transitions and other properties of magnetic, ferroelectric, magnetoelectric and multiferroic materials via light, X-ray and neutron spectroscopic methods. His academic positions were Lecturer (U Göttingen 1972), Associate Professor (U Paderborn 1975) and Full Professor (U Duisburg 1982). He became Dean of the Physics Department in 1986 and 1991, President of Convent in 1996, Chairman of MSc and PhD Graduation in 2001. He has been Board member of the European Meetings on Ferroelectricity and of the International Meetings on Ferroelectricity since 1996. He obtained a Humboldt Award in 2006 and an Honorary Professorate from U Katowice in 2013.
Ceramics for Smart Systems Group Spain
Miguel Ángel García obtained his PhD in Physics in 1999 at the University Complutense of Madrid. He is now permanent scientist at ICV. Previously he worked at Padova University (Italy), Institute for Applied Magnetism (Spain) , Institute for Material Science at Madrid (Spain) and University Complutense of Madrid. He also spent periods as visiting professor at European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (Grenoble, France) and Argonne National Laboratory (USA). His research interest is the measurement and physical properties of nanostructures, mainly nanoparticles and thin films. Most of the work is devoted to the study of surface plasmon resonance and magnetic properties. In the last years the he focused on coupling effect among different properties in hybrid nano-systems containing different elements as magnetic and plasmonic ones. The research work also includes development of instrumentation to combine different types of measurements (electric, optic and magnetic) in single experiments. He is co-author of more than 150 research papers (H=38) and 11 patents, and has been IP of 19 research projects. He has also supervised 3 PhD Theses. He teaches as honorific collaborator at University Complutense of Madrid and University Autonoma of Madrid.
President-Pentagram Research Centre Pvt.Ltd India
E. G. Rajan B.Sc., D.M.I.T., M.E., PhD, FIE is the Founder President of Pentagram Research Centre (P) Ltd., Hyderabad, India. He is an Electronics Engineer and a Professor of Signal Processing having about 45 years of experience in teaching, research and administration. He has a number of publications to his credit. He has been a professional member of ACM and an editor of the journal of AMSE, Royal Academy of Doctors, Barcelona, Spain. He received his Ph.D degree in Electrical Engineering, (Signal and Image Processing), from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kanpur, U.P., M.E. degree in Applied Electronics, from Madras University, the then famous DMIT in Electronics Engineering from the Madras Institute of Technology, Chromepet, Madras and B.Sc degree in Physics from Madras University. His contribution to the state-of-the-art of Electronic Warfare and Support Measures has been well recognized in the Government and industrial sectors. He was a noted teacher in the department of Electrical Engineering of the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur. He received Distinguished Scientist and Man of the Millennium Award from Who is Who Bibliographical Records, Cambridge, 2000. He authored many books like, Symbolic Computing – Signal and Image Processing, Electronic Order of Battle Records of Military Radars, Computers and Information Technology and Foundations of Information Technology. He is the father of a novel paradigm Symbolic Computing In the Framework of Markov’s Constructive Mathematical Logic. His contribution to Computer Vision, Pattern Recognition, Modeling and Simulation, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Could be seen in his research publications. Two of his seventy five Ph.D scholars were involved in the design of digital circuits using organic molecules and some of them are working in the area of Big Data Analytics pertaining to Genome Data Base, Biometrics Data Base, Medical Data Bases like MRI and CT Scan imageries of Breast Cancer, Geospatial Data Bases like Multispectral Satellite imageries and Subsurface Three Dimensional Radargrams obtained using Ground Penetrating Radars. He has brought out more than 25 original patentable concepts. One such concept is Codon Space, which advocates the theory of Life Forms as Subspaces of the Information Space called Codon Space. Another concept is a Mathematical Transform, which goes by his name as Rajan Transform. On November 15, 2015, he was awarded the prestigious Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Gold Medal for his life time achievement in Teaching, Research, Industrial Development and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Executive director-Republic association for nanoindustry Russia
Alex Trukhanov was born on 26 May 1986. He is currently a leading researcher in the Scientific Practical Materials Research Centre of National Academy of Sciences of Belarus (Minsk,Belarus) and National University of Science and Technology “MISiS” (Moscow, Russia). He received his PhD degree in 2011 in the field of condensed matter physics (functional magnetic oxides) in National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. Now he is the most cited researcher in physics in Belarus (in Scopus: H-index=45, and 4618 citations). On voluntary base he is executive director of the Republic association for nanoindustry in Belarus. Research interests includesolid state science, functional magnetic materials, materials for high frequency applications, nanotechnology, complex oxides of transitional metals, neutron powder diffraction, and functional composite materials for high frequency/energy storage/ microwave absorption. He is now a Guest Editor in Nanomaterials (special issues: Functional Nanomagnetics and Magneto-Optical Nanomaterials and Nanostructured Ceramics in Modern Materials Science).
Technical University of Braunschweig Germany
Goshtasp Cheraghian is a research associate at Braunschweig Pavement Engineering Centre (ISBS) at the Technische Universität Braunschweig since May 2018. As a young multidisciplinary scholar, he received numerous honors and awards. He has published over 40 papers in the leading worldwide journals, has presented over 30 articles at scientific and technical conferences, and holds seven patents. He serves as the editor/guest editor and reviewer of 48 scientific journals from Elsevier, Springer Nature, Wiley, MDPI, ACS, ASME, and Taylor & Francis publications. His interest research subjects include polymer nanocomposites, characterization of bitumen, nanofluids, asphalt materials, enhanced oil recovery (EOR), asphaltene, and wax studies. His research focuses on polymer/nanocomposites in order to understand nanoparticles interactions at the nanoscale and rheological properties of them in complex fluids.
University of Alabama USA
Rabin Mahat is a result-oriented and multifaceted doctoral student in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics at The University of Alabama. He is currently working under the guidance of Dr. Patrick LeClair, and Dr. Arunava Gupta. He received M.Sc. in Physics in 2013 from Tribhuvan University, Nepal. He also received his second M.Sc. in experimental Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Alabama in 2019. Rabin's main research is focused on the discovery of novel half-metallic Heusler compounds for potential spintronics device applications. He excels academic and professional expertise in process engineering, research procedures and material science.
EPFL Laboratory Switzerland
Dr. Marcin Bialek is a Scientist at EPFL, Switzerland, since 2016. He works on terahertz spectroscopy of antiferromagnetic resonance. He received M.Sc. in solid state physics at the University of Warsaw, Poland. At the same place, he obtained a Ph.D. degree under prof. Jerzy Lusakowski, in a work concerning experimental investigations on terahertz plasmon resonances of two-dimensional electron gases in AlGaAs/GaAs transistors. In 2016, he started a post-doc in the group of prof. Jean-Philippe Ansermet at EPF Lausanne in Switzerland, where his research interest moved toward terahertz dynamics of magnetism.
Singapore Bioimaging Consortium Singapore
Dr. Bhanu Prakash KN, is the Group Leader of Signal & Image Processing group at Singapore Bioimaging Consortium, A*STAR. He obtained his Master’s and Doctoral degree from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore and his PhD was in the area of Image processing algorithms for improving medical diagnosis. He joined Agency for Science, Technology and research (A*STAR) as a research scientist and was involved in developing algorithms for various projects like ML based segmentation of TBI regions and its sub-regions in a large cohort study , Automatic tracking and monitoring of mouse behaviour during various interaction tests, Adipogenesis quantification, Texture based classification for grading stages of Brain Tumour (with KK Hospital), Zika Infected Marmoset Brain Morphometry (with SIgN and SGH), Adipose tissue quantification – Rodent & Human study, Whole brain metabolite and temperature mapping, Stroke CAD for Clot lysis – rTPA treatment management (with JHU), Singapore Stroke Suite (Ischemic and Hemorrhagic – MR/CT based) , Fast Talairach Transformation (Atlas based analysis) Differential diagnosis of parkinsonism, DL based analysis of psychiatric disorders for remission status etc. He has about 15 patents to his credit and about 90 publications. He has collaborative projects with clinicians and hospitals from different parts of the world. He is member of ISMRM, IEEE and other organizations.
Novel Magnetic Materials LaboratoryRussia
Makhsudsho G. Nematov was born on 01 September 1988. He is currently the scientific researcher at Novel Magnetic Materials Laboratory of the Immanuel Kant Baltic Federal University (Kaliningrad, Russia). He received a PhD degree in 2020 from National University of Science and Technology MISIS (NUST MISIS, Moscow, Russia). He is a specialist in soft magnetic and Heusler alloy materials in the form of nanostructures, layered films and microwires. The physical effects are related to domain wall dynamics, high-frequency properties, giant magnetic impedance, exchange bias. Recent activity is devoted to the development of a new non destructive testing method of the structure of composite materials.
National University of Singapore Singapore
Dr Jingsheng Chen is an Associate Professor in Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He obtained his Ph.D degree in 1999 in Lanzhou University, China and joined NUS in December 2007. During 2001-2007 he worked at the Data Storage Institute as a research scientist. He has authored/co-authored more than 300 refereed journal papers including Nature Nanotechnology, Nature Comm. Science Advance, Advanced Materials, Physical Review X, Phys. Rev. Lett. etc., 3 book chapters, holds over ten patents and has made more than 50 invited presentations in the international conferences. His research work has obtained more than 7800 citations with H index of 44. His research interest includes magnetic, and oxide based non-volatile memories, spintronics, ferroelectric tunnel junction, strongly correlated oxide materials. He secured more than S$17 million research grants from government and around US$ 1 million from Seagate Technology and more than S$ 1 million from Global foundries. The magnetic recording media in the newest generation of HDD (HAMR) applied a few of his inventions.
National University of Science and Technology MISIS Russia
J. Alam is an active research engineer working in the department of Technology of Electronics Materials at the National University of Science and Technology ‘NUST’ MISIS, based in Moscow (Russia) since 2017. He completed his BE in Electronics in 2012 from Hamdard University, Karachi (Pakistan). In 2016, he involved in scientific research in the field of magnetism and its applications during his MS degree from NUST MISIS. He is presently a PhD student in NUST MISIS and involves in scientific and technological activities in the field of Soft Magnetic Materials. Current fields of interest: amorphous magnetic micro-nanowires, giant magnetoimpedance ‘GMI’, magnetoelastic effect, stress-sensitive MI, high-performance magnetic sensor devices. He has published 2 review articles in international journals and participated in several international magnetic conferences
University of Wollongong Australia
Dr. Zengji Yue is a research fellow and received his PhD in 2014. He works at Institute for Superconducting & Electronic Materials and Australian institute for Innovative materials (AIIM) in University of Wollongong, Australia. He is also a member in ARC Centre of Excellence for Future Low-Energy Electronics Technologies. Dr Yue is the pioneer in topological insulator optics and optoelectronics devices. He has made significant contributions to the field of topological insulator materials and device applications. He achieved several breakthrough works in the fields of topological insulator optics and devices. He wasinvited to contribute a book chapter "Topological insulator for advanced optoelectronic devices" to the book《Advanced Topological Insulator》, JohnWiley& Sons, Inc. Currently, Dr. Yue's research focuses on nanofabrication, quantum transport, and optical devices of topological insulator materials. He designs and fabricates electronic and optical devices taking advantage of novel physics of topological materials. His current project is “Quantum transport and devices of intrinsic magnetic topological insulator materials”.
Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics India
Dipak Mazumdar is currently perusing his Ph. D. under the guidance of Prof. Indranil Das from Saha Institute of Nuclear Physics (under Homi Bhaba National Institute), 1/AF, Bidhannagar, Kolkata-700064. His thesis work is based on the study of various physical properties like magnetic, magnetotransport, magnetocaloric, magnetic force microscopy imaging etc. on rare-earth transition metal-based perovskite oxide compounds. He used both single crystalline as well as polycrystalline oxide compounds for his study. He received his Master of Science Degree in Physics from Gauhati University, Guwahati, Assam, India. He has published his research work in some peer-reviewed international journals and presented his work in several national/international conferences/symposiums.
Bahcesehir University Turkey
Professor Ozan Akdogan has done his PhD studies in the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University of Delaware under the guidance of Prof. Dr. G. C. Hadjipanayis. The title of his PhD thesis is “Confinement and Size Effects on the Magnetic Properties of Thin Films and Nanoparticles”. During his PhD, he worked in NSF, DOE and ARPAE funded projects. After PhD, he worked at the Neel Institute, CNRS as a postdoctoral researcher. He is currently working as an Associate Professor in Mechatronics Engineering Department of Bahcesehir University and an affiliated researcher in EFSUN, Sabancı University. His research work in France was focused on producing next generation hard magnets with high-energy products containing low amount or no rare earths. Objective of the project was to create model systems to try novel approaches, which could then be transformed into bulk production to use in electromagnetic components. The multinational projects he involved throughout his postdoc were funded by both industrial and research bodies; Valeo, Toyota and EUFP7. After returning to Turkey from a Post Doc. in France in June 2015, he started building up his laboratory. He received “2232 BIDEB Fellowship for Outstanding Researchers” returning to Turkey. The objective of the fellowship project was to replace rare earths in hard magnets with abundant elements in technologically critical materials via engineering various alloy systems through atomistic design and processing. He got his first funding (3501 Career Development Award) as a fully independent PI in May 2018 and second funding as a PI (bilateral project between Turkey and France) in March 2019. The latter is in collaboration with CERN, CNRS and Bogazici University. He is also the P.I of BAU internal project entitled “Production of controllable functional nanorobots for the needs of biomedical industry”. Research done in his team covers a wide range of subjects while putting the material science and nanotechnology at its center.
Centre for Automotive Energy Materials India
Dr. Srikanti Kavita is currently working as a Scientist at Centre for Automotive Energy Materials, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (An autonomous R&D Centre of DST, Govt. of India). She has been as a Project sr. Scientist at Centre for Automotive Energy Materials, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (An autonomous R&D Centre of DST, Govt. of India) from 2016-2020, Project Middle level Scientist at Centre for Automotive Energy Materials, International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (An autonomous R&D Centre of DST, Govt. of India) from 2012-2016, Research Associate at National University of Singapore, Singapore from 2011-2012 , Research Associate, UGC-DAE Consortium for Scientific Research, Indore, India from 2009 -2011. She has done her Ph.D. degree at Devi Ahilya Vishwa Vidhyalaya, Indore, India from 2002 - 2008.
Theoretical & Computational Research Group Algeria
Lotfi Belkhiri was born in 1966 (Constantine, Algeria) and obtained his DSc degree in theoretical chemistry in 2005 in the University Mentouri of Constantine under the supervision of Professor Abdou Boucekkine (Rennes, France). He is currently professor and head of theoretical & computational chemistry groups within the LPMS and CRSP centers. His main field of research is the study of the electronic structure and physicochemical properties of organometallic heavy f-element-containing molecules using relativistic DFT techniques and has extended recently his work to bioactive systems.