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The Institute for Basic ResearchUSA
Sir Prof. Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli obtained his Ph. D. in theoretical physics at the University of Torino, Italy in 1965; he then emigrated to the U.S.A. in 1967 where he was on the faculty of the University of Miami, Boston University, MIT, and Harvard University under financial support from NASA, UFOSR and DOE. In 1991 he accepted the position of President and Professor at the Institute for Basic Research in Florida. He is the author of 345 papers published in refereed journals and twenty post Ph. D. monographs in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology; he is the Editor of a number of scientific journals in mathematics and physics and was awarded twelve U. S. patents. He is internationally known for developing new mathematics (known as Lie-admissible, Lie-isotopic and isodual mathematics) for the construction of hadronic mechanics, chemistry and biology, and for the verification of the 1935 Einstein-Podolsky-Rosen argument that "quantum mechanics is not a complete theory." These discoveries lead to the prediction of new technologies, incompatible with quantum mechanics but fully compatible with hadronic mechanics, which he developed as Chief Scientist at various U. S. publicly traded and private companies.
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.
Prof. Dr. Bikash Sinha was born in 1945, he is a first class Science Graduate from the University of Calcutta. He obtained his TRIPOS from the Cambridge University in Natural Science in 1967 and obtained his Ph.D. from London University in 1970 and D.Sc. in 1981. Dr. Sinha had lived in England almost 12 years, teaching and researching in Rutherford High Energy Physics Laboratory and Kings College, London.Recently Dr. Sinha is appointed as Distinguished Visiting Scholar to Christs College, Cambridge on March 09, 2009. He was elected to the Fellowship of the Institute of Physics, London, UK, in March 2009.Prof. Sinha has been conferred Honoris Causa (DSc.) by National Institute of Technology, Silchar, in 2010; Burdwan University in 2012; Central University, Koraput, Orissa in 2012; National Institute of Technology, Agartala in 2013; Netaji Subhas Open University in 2013; University of Calcutta in 2014 .
Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory of NASAAzerbaijan Republic
Prof. Dr. Mahammad A. Nurmammadov graduated from Mathematics and 1987 at Novosibirsk State University (Russian)Department of Applied Mathematics Post graduated with Ph.D of Physical Mathematics (dissertation title: On the solvability of a some boundary value problems for mixed type differential equations with some degenerating planes") Second degree Doctor of Science Researches (dissertation title: “On the solvability of local and nonlocal boundary value problems for non-classical equations of mathematical physics in multi-dimensional domain “) Worked in Novosibirsk State University (USSR), Head of Constructor of the Special Construction Section, Head of Department in NASA Azerbaijan, Vice-Rector of Scientific Affairs of Lankaran State University, associated professor at the Oil Academy Azerbaijan (department of applied mathematics ), Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University and present in department of Astrophysics and Cosmology of the Shamakhy Astrophysical Observatory of NASA, Azerbaijan Republic.
University of Delhi
Prof. Dr. Supriya Kar is serving as a Professor in the Department of Physics & Astrophysics at the University of Delhi, New Delhi, India. He had joined the University in the year 2002 after serving as a faculty member in Physics for about two years at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. He is a string theorist by training. He has pursued his PhD research (1990-95) from the Institute of Physics (Department of Atomic Energy (DAE)), Bhubaneswar. Subsequently he served as: post doctoral fellow for about a year (1995-96 June) at the Harish Chandra Research Institute (DAE), Allahabad, JSPS post doctoral fellow (1996-98) at the University of Tokyo, Komaba, Japan and NFR research associate (1998-2000 September) at the Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden. He has received the “fast track young scientist” research project from the Department of Science and Technology, New Delhi. He has been serving the editorial board of a number of peer reviewed International Journals in Physics. He has authored a book (in press) entitled “Non-commutative Geometry: A Perspective in String and Field Theories” by invitation from World Scientific, Singapore. He has received an “Outstanding Reviewer Award 2019” from Institute of Physics Publication, UK in 2020 for his peer review service to the Classical and Quantum Gravity Journal. His recent research has explored a plausible scenario of non-perturbative (emergent) quantum gravity and cosmology from the perspective of higher forms in a U(1) gauge theory. Interestingly the generalized spacetime curvatures generated in an order two anti-symmetric B-field theory beautifully explains a number of observed phenomenon such as: (i) perihelion precession, (ii) non-perturbative dipole correction and (iii) mass generation for the gauge fields without Higgs mechanism.
Vilnius University Lithuania
Prof. Dr. Habil. Vaidotas Kažukauskas is a Professor at the Faculty of Physics of Vilnius University, Lithuania. He was awarded Dr. Habil. degree in 1999. The topics of his research work are carrier transport, generation, recombination and trapping phenomena in advanced materials and structures for (opto-)electronic and photovoltaic applications. Prof. V. Kažukauskas is/was involved as a team leader into the six large-scale international projects and other numerous projects. He was awarded the National Science Award of Lithuanian Republic, the National Science Award for the Distinguished Scientist, the Science Award of the Rector of Vilnius University and others. V. Kažukauskas has more than 380 publications, had delivered more than 60 invited lectures at the international conferences, and authored three textbooks.
Chinese Academy of SciencesChina
Dr. Sai Wang's research is focused on physical cosmology, including the gravitational waves, primordial black holes, cosmological perturbations, relic neutrinos and so on. He got his PhD degree in physics from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2014. Since then, he worked as post docs in the Institute of Theoretical Physics in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, and the High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK). In 2019, he became an associate professor at the Institute of High Energy Physics in the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Dr. Chunshan Lin is a theoretical cosmologist. He received PhD degree in Physics in 2011. He worked as post doc researcher in Tokyo University and Kyoto University successively between 2011-2017. Currently he is an assistant professor in the Jagiellonian University, Poland. His research area covers the physics of early universe and dark energy, theories and phenomenology of modified gravity.
Dr. Surajit Chattopadhyay, presently is an Associate Professor of the Department of Mathematics, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Kolkata, India . He has been in teaching and research for more than 15 years. He is a Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society, Member of IAU, and Senior Member of URSI. He is actively engaged in research on theoretical cosmology, with emphasis on dark energy and modified gravity theories. Statistical modelling of meteorological processes is also within the perview of his interests. He conducted his doctoral research in Mathematics on the topic of “Theoretical Cosmology” from IIEST, Shibpur, and has 175 publications in various journals and conference proceedings published by Springer, Elsevier, Taylor & Francis, Wiley, and other journals/organizations of national and international repute. Since 2011, he has been a Visiting Associate of the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics (IUCAA), Pune, India. An active participant in national and international conferences, he has delivered talks in various conferences in India and abroad including The Netherlands, Slovenia, Thailand, Italy, and Spain. Besides teaching and research, he has been reviewing research papers of various international journals published by Springer, Elsevier, and other journals that have a prestigious status. Dr. Chattopadhyay’s research is often facilitated by travel grants that are sponsored by DST, the Government of India, CICS, and the International Astronomical Union, ICIAM Secretariat.