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 Materials Science & Engineering.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of Materials Science & Engineering.
June 28, 2021
Early Bird Registration
April 15, 2021
August 26-28, 2021
A warm welcome to our Renowned Personalities..!!
Global Conference on Materials Science & Engineering will take place during August 26-28, 2021 in Paris, France and aims to be one of the leading conferences in the fields of Materials Science and Engineering. The conference is organized by PAGES Conference gathers scholars from all over the world to present the latest research outcomes and advances in relevant fields and provides an ideal environment for making new scientific collaborations.
The interdisciplinary field of materials science, also commonly termed Materials science and Engineering, is the design and discovery of new materials, particularly solids. The intellectual origins of materials science stem from the Enlightenment, when researchers began to use analytical thinking from chemistry, physics, and engineering.
GCMSE-2021 solicits active participation of industry and academic professionals with contributed and invited communications of high scientific level. It will include several inspiring and informative plenary lectures, keynote talks, oral and poster presentations, discussions, exhibitions, workshops and a number of social events aimed at promoting knowledge sharing between the participants and to explore recent advances in Materials science. This conference provides a unique platform for all the leading industry professionals, institutional investors, capitalists, corporate investors and business development executives to have private One-to-One meetings with elite business representatives which increase the chances of marketing in this networking world.
It allows delegates to have issues addressed on Materials Science by recognized global experts who are up to date with the latest developments in the field of Materials Science and Engineering to a common forum.
We look forward to welcoming you to GCMSE-2021 in Paris, France.
University of Miami
Dr. Roger M. Leblanc received his B. S. in chemistry in 1964 from Université Laval, Canada, and Ph. D. in physical chemistry in1968 from the same university. From 1968 to 1970, he was a postdoctoral fellow in the laboratory of Prof. George Porter, FRS, in Davy Faraday Research Lab, the Royal Institution of Great Britain. He was a professor from 1970 to 1993 at Department of Chemistry and Biology in Université du Québec à Trois Rivières, Canada. During this period, he was Chair from 1971 to 1975 at the same department, and Director from 1981 to 1991 at Photobiophysics Research Center. In 1994, he moved to University of Miami, where he has been a professor at Department of Chemistry since then. At University of Miami, he was Chair of Department of Chemistry from 1994 to 2002, and he is reappointed as Chair from 2013 to present. He is also Professor (Second Appointment) of the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery, Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami (Miami, Florida, USA) and Department of Physics, University of Miami (Coral Gables, Florida, USA). In addition, he is Senior Fellow of the University of Miami Center on Aging (COA) (Coral Gables, Florida, USA). Dr. Leblanc has very rich experiences in materials chemistry, especially in the area of preparation of new materials and their bio applications development. He also has a strong background in physical chemistry, with a sound expertise in key research areas for this application, in particular in surface chemistry, microscopy (Brewster Angle microscopy, epi-fluorescence imaging, atomic force microscopy, and transmission electron microscopy) and spectroscopy (UV/vis, fluorescence, and infrared reflection- absorption spectroscopy). Dr. Leblanc’s contributions to materials chemistry and surface chemistry have earned him domestic and international recognitions: In 1987, he received the University Merit Medal for excellent academic activities from University of Québec, Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada; In 1992, he won the John-Labatt Limited Award of the Canadian Society for Chemistry for outstanding achievement in chemical research with particular emphasis on biological systems; In the same year, he was appointed as the Honorary Professor of Jilin University, Jilin, Changchun, China; In 1993, he obtained the Governor General Medal in recognition of significant contribution to compatriots, community and to Canada and there was a scholarship established in his name (for graduate students in Biophysics, University of Québec) in recognition of exceptional contribution for development of graduate studies; In 1997, he received a plaque in recognition and appreciation for contributions to the Chemistry Department as Chairman from University of Miami; In 1999, he was presented with an award for exemplary scientific advancements and department leadership by College of Arts and Sciences and Department of Chemistry at University of Miami; In 2002, he won the Provost’s Award for scholarly activity and was invited to become the honorary member of the Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege, Belgium, and the Society of Physical Chemists of Serbia for his contribution to the development of Physical Chemistry; In 2006, he got the 2006 Florida Award, American Chemical Society in recognition of the significant and meritorious achievements of prominent Florida Scientists in 2006; In 2011, Dr. Leblanc obtained Cooper Fellowship in recognition of the excellence in contributing to the core missions of scholarship, teaching and service at the College of Arts & Sciences (University of Miami); in 2014, he won the “Faculty Mentor of the Year” Award (University of Miami); in 2019, he received the “Journal of Oleo Science Impact Award” in recognition of the manuscript published in the Journal of Oleo Science most cited as a reference in other journals during the year.
Director - Herbert Gleiter Institute of Nanoscience
By the end of the 70’s he and his research group opened the way to a new kind of materials, called today nano-crystalline materials. In 2019 more than 100 000 publications in this field were retrieved by the Web of Science. In recent years, Herbert Gleiter expanded this field of Materials Science by developing nanostructured non-crystalline materials that are called today nano-glasses. It is the attractive perspective of these nano-glasses that they have the potential to open the way to a world of new technologies due to their new properties. The new properties of nano-glasses result from their novel atomic structures and/or their novel chemical compositions. Due to these contributions, Professor Herbert Gleiter is considered today to be one of the scientists who initiated and pioneered the field of nanomaterials. Herbert Gleiter received in 1966 his Ph.D. in Physics at the University of Stuttgart. Between 1966 and 1971 he joined Harvard University, MIT and Bell Laboratories as a Post Doctoral Fellow or Visiting Scientist, In 1971 he was appointed to the Professorship in Materials Science at Bochum University. In 1973 he was offered and accepted a position as a Professor and of the Director of the Institute of Materials Science of the University of Saarbuecken, Germany. In 1987 he became the Founding Director of the Institute of New Materials (INM) at Saarbruecken which is today the Leibnitz Institute of New Materials. In 1994 he accepted the position of the President of the Research Center of Karlsruhe (FZK), one of Germany’s National Laboratories. In this function, he founded - in 1998 - the Institute of Nanotechnology (INT) of the Research Center Karlsruhe which became later one partner of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT). Since 2012 he is also the Director of the “Herbert Gleiter Institute of Nanoscience” at the Nanjing University of Science and Technology. Very recently, the Chinese Academy of Sciences founded in Shenyang the Herbert Gleiter National Laboratory (HGIL). This new laboratory will focus in theory and experiment on new developments in the area of nanoscience including biological systems e.g. by recruiting top scientists and engineers worldwide During his career he received more than forty prizes and awards among them are the Leibniz Prize and the Max Planck Prize which are considered to be the highest science awards in Germany, the Helmholtz Medal, the Cothenius Medal, which is the highest award of the German National Academy of Sciences. He was honored by the award of seven Honorary Doctor Degrees and several Honorary Professorships. He is an elected member of twelve National Academies of Science and/or Engineering in Europe and world-wide e.g. of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the US National Academy of Engineering, the US National Academy of Inventors, the European Academy of Arts and Scinces, the Academia Europaea, the Indian National Academy of Sciences and the Indian National Academy of Engineering.
National University of Singapore
Dr. Manoj Gupta was a former Head of Materials Division of the Mechanical Engineering Department and Director designate of Materials Science and Engineering Initiative at NUS, Singapore. He did his Ph.D. from University of California, Irvine, USA (1992), and postdoctoral research at University of Alberta, Canada (1992). In August 2017 he was highlighted among Top 1% Scientist of the World Position by The Universal Scientific Education and Research Network and among 2.5% among scientists as per ResearchGate. To his credit are: (i) Disintegrated Melt Deposition technique and (ii) Hybrid Microwave Sintering technique, an energy efficient solid-state processing method to synthesize alloys/micro/nano-composites. He has published over 585 peer reviewed journal papers and owns two US patents and one Trade Secret. His current h-index is 67, RG index is > 47 and citations are greater than 17000. He has also co-authored six books, published by John Wiley, Springer and MRF - USA. He is Editor-in-chief/Editor of twelve international peer reviewed journals. A multiple award winner, he actively collaborate/visit Japan, France, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, China, USA and India as a visiting researcher, professor and chair professor.
Stevens Institute of TechnologyUSA
Dr. EHYang is a Professor of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Stevens Institute of Technology. The first to receive a MEMS Ph.D. in his native South Korea, he joined Stevens in 2006 following tenure as a senior member of the engineering staff at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where he was awarded, among other honors, the Lew Allen Award for Excellence for developing MEMS-based actuators and microvalves for large-aperture space telescopes and deformable mirrors capable of correcting for optical aberrations to improve high-resolution imaging.Through the Stevens Micro Device Laboratory, Dr. Yang facilitates student research and hands-on education in emerging nanotechnologies. In addition to his role as a faculty advisor of the nanotechnology graduate program, he spearheaded the design of Stevens' first undergraduate nanotechnology research-track training program. Dr. Yang has secured more than 35 federal grants and contracts totaling approximately $8.5 million, including funding from the National Science Foundation, Air Force Office of Scientific Research, National Reconnaissance Office, US Army, and NASA. Dr.Yang's professional service credits include editorial or editorial board positions for several journals, including Nature’s Scientific Reports and multiple track chair positions for ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECE). He has produced more than 300 journal papers, conference proceedings, and presentations and has delivered 86 keynote or invited talks. He holds 17 issued or pending patents in the fields of micro- and nanotechnology. Dr. Yang was a featured Micro- and Nano- Systems Engineering and Packaging track plenary speaker at IMECE in 2018. He received the Award for Research Excellence at Stevens in 2019. Dr. Yang has been elected a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors, the highest professional distinction for academic inventors. He has also been elected a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) for his extensive contributions to the fields of micro- and nanotechnology.
The University of Adelaide
Professor. Shi-Zhang Qiao, ARC Australian Laureate Fellow. Dr Qiao is a Chair Professor at the School of Chemical Engineering and Advanced Materials of the University of Adelaide, Australia. His research expertise is in nanomaterials for new energy technologies (electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, batteries). He has co-authored more than 436 papers in refereed journals with 58,200 citations and h-index of 125 (Web of Sci). Dr Qiao is a Thomson Reuters/Clarivate Analytics Highly Cited Researcher in two categories of Chemistry and Materials Science (108 ESI 1% highly cited papers). He is an Associate Editor of Journal of Materials Chemistry A, a Fellow of Institution of Chemical Engineers (FIChemE), Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) and Royal Australian Chemical Institute (FRACI).
President at LSI ChemicalUSA
LSI Chemical "Where innovation lives" . We bring cutting edge technology to the oil and fuel additive industry. We seek partners, distributors , and customers around the world that want better products and better technologies for their fuels and lubricants. We have developed nanotechnology additives for lubricants in unique formulations that bring all the friction reduction, wear resistance, thermal conductivity, and increased horsepower of nanotechnology without the suspension and color issues of other nano additives. Our unique patented technology is a combination Nano-Carbons, Group V Ester, and a Group IV PAO. Whether you are an oil blender, private label, oil brand, distributor, or consumer of oils and fuels we want to help make your product better. Very simply put, having our additives in your oils and fuels will make them better with increased horsepower, temperature reduction of the oil, less exhaust emissions, better wear protection, increased fuel economy, and improved performance overall. Let our team of scientists and experts help you and your company take advantage of one of the most exciting breakthroughs in the lubricants industry.
University of Naples Federico ITALY
Pasquale Arpaia took Master Degree and PhD in Electrical Engineering at University of Napoli Federico II (Italy), where he is professor of Instrumentation and Measurements. He is Team Leader at European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). He was also professor at University of Sannio, scientific associate at Institutes of Engines and Biomedical Engineering of CNR, and now of INFN Section of Naples. He is Associate Editor of the Elsevier Journal Computer Standards & Interfaces, and in the past also of IEEE Transactions on Electronics Packaging and Manufacturing. He is Editor at Momentum Press of the Book Collection “Emerging Technologies in Measurements, Instrumentation, and Sensors”. In last years, he was scientific responsible of more than 30 awarded research projects in cooperation with industry, with related patents and international licences, and funded 4 academic spin off companies. He acted as scientific evaluator in several international research call panels. He has served as organizing and scientific committee member in several IEEE and IMEKO Conferences. He is plenary speaker in several scientific conferences. His main research interests include digital instrumentation and measurement techniques for magnets, superconductors, power converters and cryogenics of particle accelerators, evolutionary diagnostics, distributed measurement systems, ADC modelling and testing. In these fields, he published several book chapters, and about 235 scientific papers in journals and national and international conference proceedings. His PhD students were awarded in 2006 and 2010 at IEEE I2MTC, as well as in 2012 and 2016 at IMEKO World and TC-10 Conferences, respectively.
University of MiskolcHUNGARY
Dr. Peter Baumli is an associate professor at the University of Miskolc, Hungary. He did his Ph.D. at the University of Miskolc (2010). His research expertise is in nanomaterials preparation and investigation: i) Nanomultilayered coatings, ii) Carbon nanostructures, iii) Ni-P and other metal matrix nanocomposites. He has more patents, Hungarian, US, and European. He was an invited lecturer in Thailand and India. He is actively taking part in scientific life as a guest editor and reviewer at peer-reviewed journals.
University of Limerick
Ursel Bangert is Bernal Chair in Microscopy and Imaging at the University of Limerick, where she established an International Transmission Electron Microscopy Centre for Ultra-High-Resolution Imaging and Spectroscopy, including in-situ TEM, following strong involvement in the conception, managerial activities and use of international Electron Microscopy Facilities, e.g., the Daresbury SuperSTEM. She has a career of over 30 years in electron microscopy, with previous positions at Surrey and Manchester Universities, where she started research on 2-D materials. She worked in the Manchester Graphene Group since its inception and was the firstto establish atomic resolution high angle dark field imaging and electron energyloss spectroscopy of graphene (results of which contributed to the Nobel Prize awarded to A. Geim, 2010), as well as to launch applicationsand investigations ofion implantation to controllably functionalise 2-D materials. She is author on more than230 publications, delivered more than 65 invited talks, including keynote and public presentations, is fellow of the Royal Microscopical Society andmember of EPSRC, SFI and ERC panels,and has strong collaboration with globally renowned research groups/centres (AO, the ER-C in the Forschungszentrum Juelich), as well as with industrial companies(including Analog Devices, DeBeers, Gatan, FEI, Bruker, Graphene Industries).
Don State Technical University
Dr. Nikolay Galushkin is a professor at Don State Technical University, Russia. He heads a research laboratory “Electrochemical and hydrogen energy”. He received Dr.Sc. in Engineering from the South-Russian State Polytechnical University in 1998. His research interests: Firstly, the research and development of hydrogen storage systems meeting the criteria for on-board hydrogen storage systems that have been defined by the US Department of Energy. He received experimentally metal-hydrides high capacity. The capacity of the metal-hydrides as a hydrogen absorber was quantified as 20.1 wt% and 400 kg m-3. This value exceed three times the earlier data obtained by traditional methods for any reversible metal hydrides, including magnesium hydride or complex hydrides, also they are far exceed the criteria for hydrogen storage systems established by US DOE. Secondly, the study of the processes of thermal runaway in alkaline, acid and lithium-ion batteries. He proved by experiments that the thermal runaway in alkaline and acid batteries is connected with a powerful exothermic reaction initiation of the recombination of the atomic hydrogen accumulated in the electrodes, which runs in line with the electrochemical mechanism. Third, the modeling of processes in electrochemical batteries to develop battery models suitable for practical use in electric vehicles.
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Slottow Owaki Prize
Professor Vladimir G. Chigrinov is Professor of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology since 1999. He is an Expert in Flat Panel Technology in Russia, recognized by the World Technology Evaluation Centre, 1994, and SID Fellow since 2008. He is an author of 6 books, 25 reviews and book chapters, about 295 journal papers, more than 640 Conference presentations, and 112 patents and patent applications including 32 US patents in the field of liquid crystals since 1974. He got Excellent Research Award of HKUST School of Engineering in 2012. He obtained Gold Medal and The Best Award in the Invention & Innovation Awards 2014 held at the Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) 2014, which was hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 20-22 Feb 2014. He is a Member of EU Academy of Sciences (EUAS) since July 2017. He got A Slottow Owaki Prize of SID in 2018 http://www.ee.ust.hk/ece.php/enews/detail/660. He is a coauthor of the best display prototype in I-zone in Display Week 2018 http://www.ece.ust.hk/ece.php/enews/detail/675 as well as Bronze KID Award for the paper in IMID 2018 http://www.ece.ust.hk/ece.php/enews/detail/687.
Institute of Functional Nanosystems
Dr. Hans FechtisChairProfessorinthefacultyofengineeringscience,computerscienceand psychology at Ulm University, Germany and the Director of the Institute of Functional Nanosystems.HeisalsotheofficedirectorforEurekaClusterMetallurgyEurope,aninternationalnon- profitorganization,since2015.Prof.Dr.Fechthaspublishedover500scientificpapers.Hehasserved as the European editor for the Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and the regional editor for the American Journal of Nanotechnology, and as the associate editor for the International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Nanotechnology. An elected fellow and member of the Max Kade Gesellschaft in New York, Dr. Fecht is also a Member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts. In 1998, he was awarded a G.W. Leibniz Award from the German ResearchFoundation.
University of Oxford
Brian Cantor is Professor of Materials at Oxford and Brunel Universities. He invented the field of High-Entropy Alloys and discovered “Cantor alloys”. He has also been Vice-Chancellor of Bradford and York Universities, Head of Mathematical and Physical Sciences at Oxford, a research scientist at GE, senior consultant for Alcan, NASA and Rolls-Royce, Vice-President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and editor of Progress in Materials Science. He has chaired/been on boards such as the Science Museums Group, Marshall Aid Commission, UK Universities Pensions Forum, and Bradford, Leeds and York Local Economic Partnerships. He founded Begbroke Science Park, the Heslington East Campus, the Hull-York Medical School, the National Science Learning Centre, and the World Technology Universities Network.
Swansea UniversityUNITED KINGDOM
Prof. Adhikari is the chair of Aerospace Engineering in the College of Engineering of Swansea University. He was a Wolfson Research Merit Award holder from the Royal Society. He received his PhD in 2001 from the University of Cambridge (in Trinity College). He was an Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) Advanced Research Fellow and winner of the Philip Leverhulme Prize. He was a lecturer at the Bristol University and a Junior Research Fellow in Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge. He was a visiting Professor at the Carleton University, University of Johannesburg, University of Paris (east), Ecole Centrale Lyon, UT Austin, Rice University, IIT Kanpur and a visiting scientist at the Los Alamos National Laboratory. His research areas are multidisciplinary in nature and include uncertainty quantification in dynamic systems, metamaterials, computational nanomechanics, dynamics of complex systems, inverse problems for linear and non-linear dynamics and vibration energy harvesting. He has published five books, more than 300 international journal papers and 190 conference papers in these areas (h-index=64). Professor Adhikari is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, Associate Fellow of American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) and member of the AIAA Non-Deterministic Approaches Technical Committee (NDA-TC). He is a member of the editorial board of several journals such as: Advances in Aircraft and Spacecraft Science, Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics, Computer and Structures and Journal of Sound and Vibration.
Federal University of UberlandiaBRAZIL
Dental Surgeon, Master of Orthodontics, PhD of Genetics and Biochemistry from the Federal University of Uberlândia at the Nanobiotechnology Laboratory (2019). Memberof the group of studies and research in stem cells (GEP-TC). Experience in isolation and culture of stem cells, analysis and preparation of nanoparticles in culture of mesenchymal stem cells from adipose tissue.
Defence Science Centre
R S Srivastava has been working in the field of Fluid Mechanics for a considerable period of time. He has by now published more than 70 research papers on flow through curved tubes, shock wave diffraction, heat transfer, flow through rotating pipes and non-Newtonian fluids. His work has received international recognition and has been referred widely and profusely in international journals and books by very eminent persons in the area. His work on flow through curved pipes has found application in most of the disciplines in Science, Engineering and Medicine. His prediction of position of maximum axial velocity in curved pipes for different parameters of Mc Conalogue has tallied extremely well with ultrasound measurements. He has written two books: “Turbulence (Pipe Flows)” and “Interaction of Shock Waves”. He has worked with Prof. Sir James Lighthill, F R S, Prof. I I Glass and Prof. Akira Sakurai at Imperial College, London, Institute for Aerospace Studies, Toronto, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, respectively. He has delivered several lectures at many international symposia.
Indian Military Academy
Dr. K. K. Choudhary is working as Professor of Physics and Head Faculty of Science at Army Cadet College, Indian Military Academy, Dehradun. He holds M.Sc., M.Tech., Ph.D., and D.Sc. degrees. He is actively engaged in development and analysis of functional materials and has analyzed transport, thermoelectric, magnetic and optical properties of strongly correlated electron systems, high-Tc superconductors, colossal magneto resistance materials and nano-materials. He has been awarded by various prestigious awards which includes “ISCA Young Scientist Award”; “Career Award for Young Teachers”; “MP Young Scientist Award” and “C. V. Raman Teachers Excellence award” He has around 100 research papers published in various International and National journals and proceedings to his credit.
Sungkyunkwan UniversitySOUTH KOREA
Dr. Cho's expertise is the development of bioengineered microenvironments and nano biosensors. He worked as a research fellow at Harvard Medical School/Mass General Hospital to implement his expertise on brain-on chips for the study of Alzheimer's disease and neurovascular diseases. His current research focuses on cells chips to enable new discoveries in the areas of neurosciences and cancer biology, innovative mechanical components involving multiple physics, and portable platforms for healthcare diagnostics and environmental sustainability.
Dr. Yingbin Hu is an assistant professor in the Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering Department at Miami University. His research interests lie in the broad areas of additive manufacturing, materials processing, and advanced machining. Specially, his research focuses on (1) additive manufacturing of composites, ceramics, and biomaterials, (2) ultrasonic vibration-assisted laser additive manufacturing, (3) 4D printing of smart materials, and (4) rotary ultrasonic machining of hard materials. The obtained technological knowledge from his research has been disseminated through more than 40 academic works, including journal articles, conference proceedings, and patents. Dr. Hu is an active ASME member and has served as the session co-chair in the ASME-MSEC conference. He also reviewed many manuscripts from journals and conferences, such as Materials Chemistry and Physics, Composites Part B: Engineering, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, and Ceramics International.
Catalan Institute of Nanosciences and NanotechnologiesFRANCE
Jeremy Hieulle, born in Moyeuvre-Grande, France. At the age of 18, entered the University of Strasbourg; there he studied physics. At the age of 26 years, he received a doctorate from the Ecole Polytechnique of Paris; his thesis being on the Structures and Electronic Properties of Organic Self-Assembled Monolayers Characterized by STM and XPS. He then starts a postdoctoral scholarship at the Catalan institute of science and technology (ICN2) in Barcelona, where he has studied the influence of iron doping on the electronic properties of a single CuPc molecule. Thereafter, he has effectuated a postdoctoral work in San-Sebastian in Spain, where he successfully established a new on-surface chemical reaction for producing nanographenes with azulene moieties. Later at the Okinawa institute of science and technology (OIST) in the group of Prof. Yabing Qi, he dedicated his work to the growth and characterization of the atomic structure of organic-inorganic perovskite materials. Today, at CIC nanoGUNE in Spain, he is part of a European project SPRING (spin research in graphene), where his work is focused on the realization of purely graphene nanostructures that host spin. Magnetism in graphene can be obtained through a precise control of the nanostructure topology, and/or by the presence of radicals.
Department of Mechanics
Maria Emanuela Palmieri is a Ph.D. student at the Department of Mechanics, Mathematics and Management of Polytechnic University of Bari (Italy). Her research activity is addressed to the physical simulation of technological process (such as local laser surface treatment aluminum alloys and Press-Hardening of high strength steel) for the study of materials behaviour. She is author of publications in international journals, national and international conference proceedings
Department of Internal Medicine and Nanomedicine Fluorotronics
Dr. Farid Menaa is an inter- and multi-disciplinary professional with worldwide reputation. He has three international post-doctoral terms in Oncology, Dermatology, and Hematology; MBA Entrepreneurship and MD candidate. During his ongoing career, he has mainly contributed to the identification and functions of new human disease-causing genes and variants, formulated natural products for anti-aging and developed innovative theranostic strategies against cancers, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, obesity and infectious diseases. He has more than 10 years’ experiences either in the academic, hospitals or industrial sectors. As Chief Scientific Officer and Vice-President R&D at Fluorotronics, Inc. he actively participated in the development of the disruptive “Carbon-Fluorine Spectroscopy”. Dr. Menaa collaborates with various organizations worldwide. He is a member of several prestigious medical and scientific organizations and editorial boards in the field of medicine, science, technology and business, including in the nano-segment. He has authored more than 100 articles including research and review articles, books, book chapters, textbooks, proceedings, and has participated to over 200 scientific international events including as co-organizer, keynote speaker, chairman. Dr. Menaa’s worldwide collaborations, holistic point of view and strong expertise in various fields led him to prevent, implement early diagnosis, and develop efficient and safer therapy. RESEARCH INTERESTS: Dr. Farid Menaa’s research interest includes Preventive Medicine, Personalized Medicine, Translational Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Green Medicine, Nanomedicine, Biotechnology, and Nanotechnology
Sao Paulo Faculty of Technology
full Professor of Physics at Faculdade de Tecnologia de São Paulo/Centro Estadual de Educação Tecnológica Paula Souza (since 1992), received her Ph.D. in Physics (1996) at University of São Paulo, with 29 years of research and teaching experience, leading pioneering research in glass photonics and novel nanocomposites for technological applications (integrated optics photonic systems, solid-state laser and photovoltaic devices), based on GeO2 and TeO2. The current research interests include plasmon assisted efficiency enhancement of rare-earth doped glasses covered solar cells, new fabrication processes of pedestal waveguides for optical amplification in the short-waveinfrared region, plasmonic effects on the optical gain of rare earth doped waveguides. Director of Faculty of Technology of São Paulo (2006/2017), Member of the Optical Society of America, Brazilian Physical Society, Brazilian Society of Photonics, Brazilian Materials Research Society, referee for financial Brazilian agencies, reviewer of several international journals with invention patent regarding glass for laser applications.; published several articles in reputed journals (over 2700 citations, h =29), invited book chapters, edited books, senior member of the Optical Society (OSA) and of the National Institute of Photonics/ CNPq
Mediterranea University of Reggio CalabriaITALY
Dr. Angela Malara, Researcher. Angela Malara is a Researcher at the Department of Civil Engineering, Energy, Environment and Materials of the Mediterranea University of Reggio Calabria (Italy), where she teaches courses on materials science. Her research activity is addressed to the development, the synthesis and the characterization of innovative nanostructured materials for energy, catalytic, environmental and sensing applications. She is author of publications in international journals, national and international conference proceedings and co-inventor of one European patent.
The State University of New Jersey
Mr. Gu has completed his Master degree from the Institute of Metal Research, CAS, China. He worked at the same institute as a research assistant for two years. Currently, he is completing his PhD at Rutgers University, USA, under supervision of co-PIs including Prof. Charles Dismukes, Prof. Leonard Feldman and Prof. Eric Garfunkel. His research covers deformation behaviors of nanoparticles, electron-atom interactions, electrochemical and photoelectrochemical catalysis and interface chemistry and physics in semiconductors. He has published 3 first-author papers and more than 20 co-author papers in reputed journals. Two more first-author papers are under review, among which one was reviewed by Science. He served as a reviewer for multiple high-impact journals.
Université Gustave Eiffel - Campus de NantesFRANCE
PaulinaLeiva-Padilla, Posdoctoral Researcher at Université Gustave Eiffel, France. Dr. Leiva-Padilla is aPosdoctoral Researcher in the European Project ENSEMBLE at the Université Gustave Eiffel. Leiva-Padilla’s expertise is Materials for Pavements, with focus on laboratory analysis and modeling. Dr. Leiva-Padilla was a professor at the University of Costa Rica and Associate Researcher at the Laboratory of Materials and Structural Models (LanammeUCR) of this institution. Leiva-Padilla has recently finished a project related with the study of smart materials for pavements. Specifically, Dr. Leiva-Padilla was working on asphalt materials with magnetically and electrically properties. This project was carried out as part of the efforts of the European Training Network SMARTI, in which Dr. Leiva-Padilla participated as a Marie Slodowska-Curie fellow at the University of Granada, Spain.
Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering
Dr. Khushboo Rakha is an Assistant Professor in the department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, IIT Ropar. She holds a B.Tech Degree in Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, from IIT Roorkee (2010) with an Institute Medal and a PhD Degree from Deakin University Australia (2016). Her areas of research include High Strength Steels, 3D Atom Probe Tomography, Additive Manufacturing and Product Design. Innovations of her team in the field of UVGI Technology has helped the country in its fight against COVID-19 and were acclaimed internationally.
Itika Kainthla, a young researcher, has received her doctoral (2018) and masters (2014) degrees in Nanotechnology from India. She specializes in the domain of vapour phase heterogeneous catalysis for the production of fine chemicals. She has recently completed her first Post Doctoral research at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), Belgium. She has published about 10 papers in the prestigious scientific journals and has presented her work at International Conferences and also won several best presentation awards. To add to it, she is hardworking and dedicated with good academic record and has also received a gold medal for her masters in Nanotechnology from Bangalore University, India.
Ammar Al-Jodah, PhD candidate Monash University: Ammar received the B.Sc. degree in Control and Systems Engineering from University of Technology, Iraq, and M.Sc. degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA. Currently, he is working toward the Ph.D. degree in the Robotics and Mechatronics Research Laboratory, Monash University, Australia. His research interests include large range micro/nanomanipulation mechanisms, laser interferometry based measurement systems, robust controller design, and real-time controllers.
EnMat Solutions CANADA
Dr. Chinnia Subramanian has completed his PhD from the University of Melbourne, Australia after his Masters degree from Indian Institute of Science, India. He also received an executive MBA degree from the University of Western Onatrio, Canada. Dr. Subramanan has worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Wollongong, Australia. He held teaching and reserach positions at the University of South Australia and James Cook Univerity. He then moved to Canada to take up an industrial R&D position with Westaim Corporation, Edmonton. He also worked at Black Cat Blades, Alberta Innovates and Volant Corporation. He is currently working as Technical Advisor at EnMat Solutions Inc, an independent metallurgy consulting organization in Canada. He has 4 patents, edited books and published more than 100 papers in reputed journals and conferences.
University of Peradeniya
Mr. Suresh Aluvihara received the B.Sc. (Hon’s) degree in the year 2017 from a government university in Sri Lanka. After that he commenced his postgraduate studies at the Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Peradeniya under the disciplines of Environmental Engineering and Water Engineering. According to his research interests, he has achieved some valuable abstracts and full papers in reputed conferences under the roles of keynote speaker, invited speaker and featured speaker and a few of research papers in highly indexed journals that related with the disciplines of Earth Resource Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical and Material Engineering. Beside of his own publications, he has some outstanding experiences as a reviewer, leading guest editor and editorial board member in a few of reputed journal publishers all over the world.
Valeh Shamilov received his PhD degree in Technical Sciences in 1997 and associate professor in 2019. He is author of about 80 scientific works, including books, patents, monographs and articles. At present, he is Head of SOCAR’s Department of Nanotechnology. He is an expert in the field of application of nanotechnologies for the oil extraction process aimed on the improving oil recovery. At present, he works on the application of nanotechnology in enhanced oil recovery as well as against many complications existing in oil industry (salt deposition, sand plugs, in drilling etc.) Nanocomposites based on metal nanoparticles or Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes (MWCNT))are usedas reagents for oil industry, for new nanomaterials, coating against corrosion and other directions.
Head of Mechanical Engineering
Assoc. Prof. Hasan KOTEN graduated from Mechanical Engineering Department with honor of degree in 2007. At the same time, he received a BSc degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department as a double major. Hasan KOTEN worked in the first full geometry engine design project for The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). During his Ph.D., he worked as a visiting scholar at the Ohio State University Center for Automotive Research (CAR). Hasan KÖTEN also worked as a consultant for TUBITAK Domestic Electric Vehicle Design project in 2017. He attended to CEDP group at Brunel University as a post-doctorate researcher in 2018. Assoc. Prof. Hasan KÖTEN is Head of Mechanical Engineering of Istanbul Medeniyet University, currently. He leaded number of projects, MSc and PhD thesis in this combustion field. He attended and presented more than 100 conference proceedings and published about 30 articles indexed in SCI and SCI-e. He is awarded by TUBITAK 2238 programme with first degree over all national PhD thesis applications.
Vietnam National University
Dr. Cuong-Manh Le is deputy head of chemistry, head of chemistry lab at National University Civil engerrning (NUCE). My research expertise is advanced materials, nanomaterials in the field of new energy technologies (photocatalytic, redox catalysis, electric batteries); Thin film materials fields, building materials, geopolymers. I have published 12 topics at all levels in Vietnam, and have written and published 14 articles
Gokhan Sahinreceivedthefaculty of science in the physic department from the Dumlupinar University in Turkey in 2005. Dr. Gokhancompleted his Master's in solar energy systems and materials from CheikhAntaDiopUniversity in 2010 and his Ph.D. degree in solar energy systems and materials in the year 2014 from the CheikhAntaDiopUniversityin Senegal respectively. Dr. Gokhan is currently an Associate professor at the department of electrical and electronic engineering in the Province of Igdir/ Turkey.Gökhan Sahin, Ph.D., is a associate professor at IgdirUniversity in Turkey. Gökhan Sahin currently works at the Electric electronic engineering. Gökhan does research in Material Science, CondensedMatterPhysics, EnergyEngineering, Solar Energy Efficiency, RenewableEnergy
Dr. INAMDAR is a Professor of Physics at Karnatak University. He worked on energy transfer dye lasers (ETDLs) for his PhD with Prof. M.I. Savadatti, one of the finest spectroscopists of India. He worked as a Research Associate at DRDO. Prof. Inamdar conducted a novel frequency up-conversion experiment, based on three wave mixing phenomena and studied the finer details of solvation dynamics of a laser dye which was the first report of its kind in India (1995). He has rich experience in experimental research on lasers and fluorescence spectroscopy. Prof. Inamdar successfully collaborated with scientists from French Space Agency (CNES) and ISRO, India and carried out international collaborative research work viz., Indian Ocean Experiment (INDOEX). He has published 72 research papers in International and National journals of repute. He is Coordinator of the UGC-Centre with Potential for Excellence in Particular Area. He has been recipient of Sir C.V. Raman Young Scientist award in 2006 from Govt. of Karnataka. He was elected the Sectional President (Physical Sciences) of the 101st Indian Science Congress held at Jammu University, Jammu in 2014.