Peking University, China
Guoqian Chen is a professor of systems ecology and sustainability science at Peking University, China. He has a wide spectrum of research interests including climate thermodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, energy policy, systems ecological modelling, ecological economics, global and regional sustainability studies, systems input-output technique. With distinguished contributions as marked by around 300 publications in prestigious journals, Prof. Chen has won a series of awards and honors, including Elsevier Atlas Award, Thomson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers Award, Thomson Reuters China Citation Laureate. He served as editor, associate editor or advisory member for 50 international journals.
Daegu University, South Korea
As professor in the department of chemical engineering at Daegu University, Dr. Lim has impressed upon students the many intricacies of the field for more than 21 years. His expertise stems from his education, which includes both a BS from Seoul National University and a PhD from University Center City University of New York in the United States. Over the past seven years, his excellent technology was designated as Superior Technology by the Korea Research Foundation. He has also been cited with numerous awards for his achievements in the field, including receiving a Governor Citation Award from Gyeongbuk government governor, two-times Superior Academic-Industrial Cooperation Award and five-time Superior Research Award from Daegu University, and Biotechnology and Bioengineer Award from the Korea Society of Biotechnology and Bioengineering. His journey during his tenure in higher education has also allowed him to contribute to numerous journals, both as a provider and as an editor. He has been serving as an editor for the Korean Chemical Engineering Research since 2011. He formerly served as an editor for the Korean Journal of Chemical Engineering from 2012 to 2016 as well as an editor for the HWAHAK KONGHAK from 2007 to 2010. Furthermore, he has been serving on the mediation committee for the Daegu District Court since 1998, and was an examiner for the Environmental Information Institute from 2011 to 2015. He is a fellow, longtime board member of the Korean Society of Rheology, a former editor-in-chief of BT News for the Korean Society of Biotechnology and Bioengineering, fellow and vice president of the Korean Society of Odor Research and Engineering, and fellow and journal editor for the Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers. He is holding numerous patents in his field.
Mansoura University, Egypt
Inorganic Chemistry professor Mansoura University, Egypt; Visiting Prof. McGill, Canada; Ioannina Univ, Greece. She was awarded B Sc (Excellent honor) and M Sc (Mansoura Univ) and Ph D (Imperial College, UK) and Academic Visitor Imperial College, IKY Fellow, JICA fellow. She has written chapters, invited for 35 lectures worldwide, 80 publications, member in editorial boards in 10 scientific journals, and advisor (40 MSc , PhD theses). She developed several aspects of O,O; N,O and N,S donors complexes with low cytotoxicity with research interest is on transition metal complexes biologically active (anticancer, antiosteoporosis), catalysis and environmental for removal of heavy metal ions by adsorption onto Modified Solid Supports (MSS). Her academic efforts have been recognized by Mansoura Univ PLATES (2013, 2017, 2018; best Teaching-1992), JICA (2000), Imperial College (1993, 2008), Who’s is Who’s in the world (2008), Al-Azhar Univ (2007, 2009, 2011), Africa Pharmacology (South Africa 2016).
Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey
Neslihan Demirbas is currently working as a professor in Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey. She worked as Research Assistant at Karadeniz Technical University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1984 – 1998 and Assistant professor at Karadeniz Technical University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, 1998 - 2006. She has a wide spectrum of research interests including Heterocyclic Chemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Nucleophilic substitution, Organic Reaction Mechanisms. She has published many articles which are indexed in SCI, SSCI, AHCI.
Institute on Membrane Technology of the Italian National Research Council (CNR-ITM), Italy
Adolfo Iulianelli, Degree in Chemical Engineering in 2002 at University of Calabria (Italy), obtained his PhD in Chemical and Materials Engineering in 2006 in the same university. Nowadays, he is researcher at the Institute on Membrane Technology of the Italian National Research Council (CNR-ITM). He is author or co-author of more than 180 scientific contributions as international peer reviewed articles in ISI journals (h-index = 30, Scopus database), patent, proceedings of National and International Conferences as well as of more than 30 peer reviewed book chapters. Furthermore, he is Reviewer of more than 40 international ISI journals, and he was Invited and Keynote Speaker in several international conferences, training school, etc. Furthermore, A.I. was member of the Organizing and Scientific Commettee of various International Conferences. Editor of scientific and international books about hydrogen, membrane technology and renewable sources, he is Associate Editor of International Journal of Membrane Science & Technology, Sectional Editor of Journal of New Developments in Chemistry-Green Chemistry, Sectional Editor of Current Alternative Energy, member of the editorial board of several scientific journals, serving as guest editor for International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Membranes and ChemEngineering. A.I. is qualified as Associate Professor in 1) Chemical Industrial Process and Plants, 2) Systems, Methodologies & Technologies of Chemical and Process Engineering, 3) Fundamentals of Chemistry Technologies. His research interests are membrane reactors, fuel cells, gas separation, hydrogen production from reforming reactions of renewable sources exploitation, green chemistry.
Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria
Boshkov Nikolai is a professor of Institute of Physical Chemistry at Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He has a wide spectrum of research interests including Electrodeposition of metals and alloys, Environmentally friendly Cr(III) and chromium free solutions for conversion coatings, Nanostructured composite systems based on metallic materials with incorporated particles of organic polymers and co-polymers, Anodic behavior, passive state and corrosion characterization of metallic materials, Surface treatment and chemical passivation, Multilayer systems with increased corrosion resistance and protective ability. Author and co-author of more than 90 scientific publications in journals and at conferences, About 400 citations in different journals including such with Impact-factor and Reviewer in domestic (“Bulgarian Chemical Communications”) and international journals “Surface and Coatings Technology”, “Materials Chemistry and Physics”, “Electrochimica Acta”, “Journal of Applied Electrochemistry”, “Journal of Alloys and Compounds” etc. Professor Ikolai Boshkov won a series of awards International Association of Advanced Materials, Honorable sign of UCTM and honorable diploma of UCTM, Sofia
Tianjin University, China
James J Bao is a Professor of School of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology at Tianjin Universitys. He has a wide spectrum of research interests including obtained his PhD in Analytical Chemistry, Purdue University. He is Professor and Associate Dean (2005-2013) at Tianjin University, associate director at Theravance, Inc. and he is expertise in Analytical R&D, Physical Chemistry. Professor James J Bao has won a series of awards and honors, including Chang-Jiang Scholarship, Hass Memorial Fellowship (1990), Teaching Fellowship (1988), Summer Fellowship 1987, 1988. He is author or co-author of more than 98 scientific contributions as international peer reviewed articles in prestigious journals. He is holding 31 patents in his field. He presented numerous poster presentations.
ETH Zurich University, USA
Hendrik Heinz is an Associate Professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder. He carried out postdoctoral work at the Air Force Research Laboratory in Dayton, Ohio, and received his PhD degree from ETH Zurich in 2003. His research focuses on molecular simulation of biological and nanostructured materials for medical, energy, and structural applications. He and his team integrated previously incompatible platforms for the simulation of biomolecules and for the simulation of inorganic compounds into one highly accurate platform for the simulation of functional materials across the periodic table. The new force fields and surface models enable the simulation of trillions of novel complex biointerfaces and hybrid inorganic-organic materials at the 1 to 1000 nm scale. Honors include election as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), the Sandmeyer Award of the Swiss Chemical Society, the Max Hey Medal of the Mineralogical Society, an NSF Career Award, the Giovanni Novelli Prize of the Italian Clay Group, an Hewlett-Packard Outstanding Junior Faculty Award from the American Chemical Society, as well as invited guest professorships at ETH Zurich and at the National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) in Tsukuba, Japan.