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February 28, 2022
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February 28, 2022
October 13-15, 2022
Hosei University Japan
Prof. Dr. Lei Li is Professor and Former Dean, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Hosei University, Tokyo, Japan. Professor Li received his Doctor Degree of Science from Xi’an Jiaotong University, China in 1989, and Doctor Degree of Engineering from Tohoku University, Japan in 1994 separately. He studied at Hirosaki University, Japan as a Post Doctoral and Research Assistant from April, 1989 to March 1992. From April 1992 up to present, he has been on the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering [1992-1997: Associate Professor, Aomori University, Japan, 1997-2001: Associate Professor, Yamaguchi University, Japan, 1999-2000: Visiting Professor, State University of New York at Stony Brook, 2002-present, Professor, Hosei University, Japan]. His research interest includes the Fast Algorithms, Parallel Algorithms, Genetic Algorithms, Neural Networks, Machine Learning Algorithms and application etc. He has published around 250 papers in refereed journals, conference proceedings and book chapters in these areas. He has been involved in more than 50 conferences and workshops as a program/general/organizing chair or advisory committee member. He is serving as the president of International Information Institute and the Editor-in-Chief of Information, An International Interdisciplinary Journal and also as an Associate Editor for some other International Journals. He has been acting as an author/co-author or an editor/co-editor of 24 books. He received HITACHI TO Software Papers International Award in Sendai, Japan in 1990, Outstanding Leadership Award from the International Conference on Computer Convergence Technology in Seoul, Korea in 2011 and Outstanding Service Award from ACM Research in Applied Computation Symposium in Miami, USA in 2011 separately.
Southern University and A&M College USA
Prof. Dr. Bagayoko is a fellow of the National Society of Black Physicists (NSBP) and of the American Physical Society (APS).He earned the BS degree in Physics and Chemistry from the EcoleNormaleSupérieure (ENSup) of Bamako, Mali, the MS in Physics from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and the Ph.D. in condensed matter theory from Louisiana State University (LSU), under the supervision of the late Boyd Professor Joseph Callaway. Dr. Bagayoko’sUS Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics, and Engineering Mentoring (US-PAESMEM) (1996), Benjamin Banneker Legacy Award (2007), and Lifetime Mentor Award of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) partly attest to his contributions to broadening the participation of minorities in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). With over 200 publications, over 140 of which are in theoretical physics and 65 in teaching, mentoring, and learning (TML), Dr. Bagayoko demonstrated the scholarly productivity that behooves an Honors College Dean. His superior grantsmanshipis buttressed by over 88 sponsored projects whose total funding is over $62 Million, from 1985 to 2018. Dr. Bagayoko has served as consultant for national and international organizations that include the National Science Foundation, the US Department of Defense, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), the TOKTEN Project, and tens of universities, in and outside the US. His more than 550 local, state, national, and international presentations partly attest to his national stature as a scholar, teacher, and mentor. His successful six-year chairmanship of the Department of Physics (2009-2012) andthat of Mathematics and Physics (2012-15) and four-year deanship of the Dolores Margaret Richard Spikes Honors College partly underscore his administrative prowess, besides the flawless management of over 80 sponsored projects;his execution of the total budget of $62 Million for these projects did not lead to a single audit finding. During his short tenure as the Director of the Office of Grants, Sponsored Programs, and Faculty Development (1987-1988), Dr. Bagayoko uplifted SUBR from being among the least funded universities in the competition for the Board of Regents Support Fund (BORSF) to the top two, in gross funding, and to the No. 1 position in funding level normalized with respect to the size of the faculty. Bagayoko was the principal author of the proposal and strategic plan, which passed rigorous reviews by out-of-state experts for the Board of Regents, for the establishment of the Ph.D. degree program in Science and Mathematics Education at SUBR. The more than 300 former undergraduate mentees of Dr. Bagayoko, through the Timbuktu Academy and LS-LAMP, include 22, 13, and 7 Ph.D. degree holders in Physics, Chemistry, and Engineering and 14 Student Grand Marshals
Xi'an Jiaotong University China
Prof. Dr. Yang Yue received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering and optics from Nankai University, China, in 2004 and 2007, respectively. He received the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Southern California, USA, in 2012. He is a Professor with the School of Information and Communications Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China. Dr. Yue’s current research interests include intelligent photonics, optical communications and networking, optical interconnect, detection, imaging and display technology, integrated photonics, free-space and fiber optics. He has published over 200 peer-reviewed journal papers (including Science) and conference proceedings with >9,000 citations, four edited books, >50 issued or pending patents, >100 invited presentations (including 1 tutorial, 5 plenary and 31 keynote talks). Dr. Yue is a Senior Member of the Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE). He is an Associate Editor for IEEE Access, and an Editor Board Member for three other scientific journals. He also served as Guest Editor for eight journal special issues, Chair or Committee Member for >60 international conferences, Reviewer for >60 prestigious journals.
Russian Academy of Sciences Russia
Prof. Dr. Vladimir Valentinovich Egorov has his expertise in theoretical molecular and chemical physics. Education: National Research Nuclear University MEPhI, Faculty of Theoretical and Experimental Physics (1966 – 1972), Moscow, USSR. He has completed his PhD from Theoretical Department of Institute of Chemical Physics, USSR Academy of Sciences (1981), and he has completed his Dr Phys&Math Sci degree from Institute of Physical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences (2004). He is leading researcher at FSRC “Crystallography and Photonics”, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia. Prof Egorov is working on the development of a fundamentally new physical theory ‒ quantum-classical mechanics and its applications in physics, chemistry, biology and biomedicine.
Prof. Dr. Qiu-he Peng graduated from Department of Astronomy, Nanjing University at 1960 firstly taught at Peking University for 18 years and then is teaching at Nanjing University. He is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics, particle astrophysics, and galactic astronomy research. In the field of nuclear astrophysics, his researches involve neutron stars (pulsars), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and an interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al. 225 papers of him have been published. In recent 10 years, his works are mainly on the astrophysics with both particle physics and condensed matter physics
University of Insubria Italy
Prof. Dr. Giancarlo Jug received his M.Sci. degree in Physics from the University of Pavia (Italy) in 1977 and his Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics from the University of Kent (UK) in 1981. After postdoctoral research at the University of Oxford (UK) and at the University of Pittsburgh (USA), he joined the UK Agricultural Research Council in 1985-1991 to lead research on polymers and porous media. He was visiting professor at the International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste (Italy) in 1986-1992, before becoming a professor of condensed matter physics at the University of Insubria in Como (Italy) in 1993. He was Marie Curie Fellow at the Max-Planck Institutes FKF in Stuttgart and PKS in Dresden (Germany) in 1986-1987, with various contracts in Dresden till 2000. He has been visiting scientist in Dubna (Russia), Sao José dos Campos (Brazil), Montreal (Canada) and has participated to over 100 national and international meetings, very often invited, giving technical seminars at institutions worldwide. His research interests are in the Physics of Disordered (notably Non-Crystalline) Matter and in recent years in the Physics of Glasses from the cryogenic temperatures to the glass transition. He is the author of about 100 refereed original papers, published in the CMP international journals. He teaches Solid-State Physics and Mechanics of classical many-body systems.
Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher StudiesMexico
Dr. Rosa Maria Guadalupe Garcia-Castela got her Physics PhD. at SUNY Buffalo and her Physics Bachelor's Degree at UNAM. She is the current Associate Head of the Science Department at Tec de Monterrey Campus Ciudad de Mexico where she has worked for almost 20 years. Prior to joining Tec de Monterrey she was affiliated with the Physics Institute at UNAM. She is a member of the AAPT, a member of the IEEE and an active participate in the Mentor Committee of TEX's Women in Science and Engineering Initiative. In recent years she has enthusiastically worked with the Cyber learning of activities for haptic devices and mobile learning. The latter came handy when giving continuity to the schooling process after the 2017 Mexico City earthquake. Nowadays, the implementation of the new Tech21 educational model is the one that fills up the agenda.
Delft University of Technology Netherlands
Dr. Paddy French received his B.Sc. in mathematics (1981), M.Sc. in electronics (1981) and PhD on Piezoresistance in polysilicon (1986) from Southampton University, UK After 18 months post-doc in Delf, he worked for 3 years on automotive sensors for Nissan, Japan. He returned to Delf University in 1991 and became staff member at the EL Laboratory until 2019 when he moved to Bio electronics Laboratory. In 1999 he was awarded the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek chair and was from 2002 to 2012 head of El. He was Editor-in- chief of Sensors and Actuator 2002- 2018. His research interests are integrated sensors systems, micro machining in particular for medical and environmental applications.
Guangdong-Technion Israel Institute of Technology China
Prof. Dr. Habil. Amitesh Paul, Associate professor of Material Science and Engineering, Guangdong- Technion Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT), grew up in India and received his Bachelor's and Master’s degree from the University of Calcutta in 1991 and PhD degree from University of Indore in 2002. Since 2001, he spent his scientific years in Germany (2201-2018) at the FZ-Jülich and at the HZB-Berlin before obtaining his Habilitation certificate working at the TUM-Garching in 2017. He is also scientific advisor at the MTA CER-Budapest since 2019. The Paul group at the GTIIT is focused on addressing the fundamental aspects of interface magnetism in layers and nanostructures.
Dr. Anirban Das, My Object is to apply statistical techniques to make reference from spiking data collected in neural experiments. In particular I consider the problem of uncovering the diverse unknown non-linear relationship present between sub populations. We use a blend of probability graphical models popular in uncovering causal relationships between variables and Generalizes Linear Models to carry out our analysis. The problems we seek to tackle relate to missing sub-populations and diversity in the temporal lag separating cause and effect. i have also pursued research in topics relating to the long-standing notion of considering the brain as a self-organized system. Previously i worked on stochastic analysis in particular pertaining to Markov processes in random environments.
Korea University South Korea
Prof. Sung Ryul Yang is a condensed matter theorist and is a Professor of Physics in Korea University in Seoul, South Korea. His research interests include many-body physics and its interplay with disorder. He holdsa Cand. Scient. from University of Copenhagen and a Ph.D. from UCSD. He worked as a research scientistat National Research Council of Canada for 7 years before he joined the faculty of Korea University in 1995. He was the condensed matter coordinator at Asia Pacific Center of Theoretical Physics (APCTP) during itsestablishment period. He is currently writing a graduate textbook on topologically ordered insulators, which is to be published in 2022 by World Scientific.
Independent Research Scientist India
Prof. Dr. Debabrata Saha is a research scientist and a teacher who most recently as Adjunct Professor in NIT, Karnataka, India. Before this, he taught for twenty- one years as a tenured-member of a faculty , and there after, worked as President of a consulting firm, both in USA. He is a former Chairman of Washington D.C. – Northern Virginia Section of IEEE Information Theory Society, USA. His academic background includes earned degrees in (1) Science – B.Sc., Physics (Calcutta University), (2) Technology – B. Tech., Radio Physics and Electronics (Calcutta University), (3) Applied Science – M.A.Sc., Communication (University of Toronto), (4) Engineering – PhD, Computer, Information and Control Engineering (University of Michigan). His Research interest include ‘Theoretical Physics’ and Information Computing’. His interest in Physics led to the finding of Nature Field, a new fundamental entity of nature . A deterministic measure of information, different from conventional Shannon measure, introduced by him, led to an information Computing Machine (ICM) capable of analyzing an entire genome and revealing the set of working symbols of genome language. This set is the ‘First Footprint of Nature’ in its design of human beings. His current research emphases include Natural Field and Development of ICM with application to Genomics and Health Research.