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Kazan Federal University Russia
Prof. Dr. Vasily Yu. Belashov, PhD (Radiophysics), DSci (Physics and Mathematics). Main fields: theory and numerical simulation of the dynamics of multidimensional nonlinear waves, solitons and vortex structures in plasmas and other dispersive media. Presently, he is Chief Scientist and Professor at the Kazan Federal University. He was Coordinator of studies on the International Program “Solar Terminator” (1987-1992), and took part in the International Programs WITS/WAGS and STEP. He is author of 310 publications including 7 monographs. Main books: Solitary Waves in Dispersive Complex Media. Theory, Simulation, Applications. Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2005; Solitons: Theory, Simulation, Applications. Kazan, Kazan Federal University, 2016.
Xiamen University China
Prof. Bao-Ping Zhang received B.S. degree in physics from Lanzhou University and M.E. degree in electronic engineering from Hebei SemiconductorResearch Institute, China, and Dr. Eng. degree in applied physics from the University of Tokyo, Japan. He is currently a distinguished professor with the School of Electronic Science and Engineering, Xiamen University, China. He is engaged in wide gap semiconductor materials, devices and applications, particularly, GaN-based vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs). His group has reported the first green VCSEL using InGaN quantum dots (QDs), resonance-enhanced green VCSEL using blue-emitting InGaN quantum wells (QWs), the optical-pumped VCSEL in the DUV region, and polariton lasing from InGaN QWs.
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 Delft, he worked for 3 years on automotive sensors for Nissan, Japan. He returned to Delft University in 1991 and became staff member at the EI Laboratory until 2019 when he moved to the Bioelectronics Laboratory. In 1999 he was awarded the Antoni van Leeuwenhoek chair and was from 2002 to 2012 head of EI. He was Editor-in-chief of Sensors and Actuators 2002-2018. His research interests are integrated sensor systems, micromachining, in particular for medical and environmental applications.
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.
Yale University USA
Dr. Anirban Das, My objective is to apply statistical techniques to make inference from spiking data collected in neural experiments. In particular I consider the problem of uncovering the diverse unknown non-linear relationships present between recorded sub populations. We use a blend of probability graphical models popular in uncovering causal relationships between variables and Generalized 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 criticality system. Previously I worked on stochastic analysis in particular pertaining to Markov processes in random environments.
Paine College USA
Prof. W.F. Lawless was a mechanical engineer in charge of nuclear waste management in 1983 when he blew the whistle on the Department of Energys (DOE) mismanagement of its military radioactive wastes. For his PhD topic on group dynamics, he theorized about the causes of tragic mistakes made by large organizations with world-class scientists and engineers. After his PhD in 1992, DOE invited him to join its citizen advisory board (CAB) at DOEs Savannah River Site (SRS), Aiken, SC. As a founding member of DOE's SRS CAB, he coauthored numerous recommendations on environmental remediation from radioactive wastes (e.g., the regulated closure in 1997 of the first two high-level radioactive waste tanks in the USA, possibly the world). He was the SRS CAB co-technical advisor on incineration, 2000-03, and technical advisor in 2009. He was a member of the European Trustnet hazardous decisions group. He is a senior member of IEEE. His research today is on the metrics for, and entropy generation by, autonomous human-machine teams (A-HMT). He is the lead editor of five books (Springer 2016; 2017; CRC 2018; Elsevier 2019; 2020; Springer 2021 forthcoming). He was the lead organizer of a 6-article special issue on human-machine teams and explainable AI by AI Magazine (2019). He was a co-editor for the Naval Research & Development Enterprise (NRDE) Applied Artificial Intelligence Summit, October 2018, San Diego. He is on the Office of Naval Research's two Advisory Boards for the Science of Artificial Intelligence and Command Decision Making (2018-current). He has authored or co-authored over 80 articles and book chapters, over 150 peer-reviewed proceedings and received almost $2 million in research grants. He has co-organized twelve AAAI symposia at Stanford (2020: AI welcomes Systems Engineering: Towards the science of interdependence for autonomous human-machine teams
University of Aveiro Portugal
Prof. Paulo P. Monteiro is Associate Professor at the University of Aveiro, senior researcher at the Instituto de Telecomunicações where he is research coordinator of Optical Communication Systems at the Instituto de Telecomunicações. His main research interests include Optical Communications and Reflectometry Systems. Successfully tutored over 14 PhDs, 24 Masters and participated in more than 26 research projects. He has authored/co-authored more than 18 patent applications, over 115 papers in journals, and 380 conference contributions He is coordinator of the research infrastructure
Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Studies Mexico
Dr. Rosa María Guadalupe García-Castelán got her Physics Ph.D. 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 México 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 participant in the Mentor Committee of TEC´s Women in Science and Engineering Initiative. In recent years she has enthusiastically worked with the Cyberlearning group lead by Dr. Julieta Noguez in the development of activities for haptic devices and mobile learning. The lattercame handy when giving continuity to the schooling process after the 2017 Mexico City earthquake. Nowadays, the implementation of the new Tec21 educational model is the one that fills up the agenda.