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NAME TITLE
UNIVERSITY
BIOGRAPHY

Ashok Kumar

Professor


University of South Florida
United States of America

Dr. Ashok Kumar is the Director of Nanotechnology Research and Education Center (NREC) and also a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida, Tampa. Dr. Kumar is also affiliated faculty member of Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) view full biography...

Dr. Ashok Kumar is the Director of Nanotechnology Research and Education Center (NREC) and also a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of South Florida, Tampa. Dr. Kumar is also affiliated faculty member of Clean Energy Research Center (CERC) and USF Nanomedicine Research Center. Before joining USF, Dr. Kumar was employed as tenure-track faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering at the University of South Alabama. He received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from the Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur), and Ph.D. from the North Carolina State University, Raleigh.

His research is focused towards the development of nanotechnology based novel materials for multifunctional applications. His other interests include K-12 educational outreach, gender and science education and nanotechnology industrial outreach. He has published two textbooks, edited seven proceeding books, 12 book chapters including 200 peer reviewed articles. His excellence as a researcher has been recognized by a number of honors, including ASM Fellow (2007), AAAS Fellow (2010), AIMBE Fellow (2015), ASM-IIM Visiting Lecture Award (2007), Theodore and Venette Askounes Ashford Distinguished Scholar Award (2006), USF Outstanding Faculty Research Achievement Award (2004), USF President Faculty Excellence Award (2003), NSF Faculty Early CAREER Development Award (2000), National Research Council Twining Fellowship Award (1997) and, NSF and DOE EPSCoR Young Investigator Awards (1996-97). He also received the Professor Honorario award from the Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia (2009).

Wonbong Choi

Professor


University of North Texas
United States of America

Dr. Wonbong Choi is a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and also Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering at University of North Texas, Denton. Dr. Choi obtained his Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering view full biography...

Dr. Wonbong Choi is a tenured Full Professor in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and also Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering at University of North Texas, Denton. Dr. Choi obtained his Ph.D in Materials Science and Engineering from the North Carolina State University (NCSU) in 1997. After his PhD, Dr. Choi worked in the industry research laboratory as a senior researcher and project manager at Samsung (SAIT). He was a leading scientist in the "Carbon Nanotubes for Tera-level Nano electronics Device" project. He was also employed as tenure-track associate professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the Florida International University in 2003.

His research focused on the development of nanotechnology based novel materials and their applications. One of the remarkable achievements in his research career was the invention of "Carbon Nanotube Field Emission Display", which was reported in Science and was covered extensively by news media around the world. He is credited for developing the single molecular DNA-sensor, high efficiency Li-ion battery based on carbon nanotubes, graphene based flexible field emission display, vertical CNT-Field Effect Transistor and CNT based non-volatile memory devices. He has successfully conducted numerous granted projects funded by AFOSR, NSF, SRC, DOE and Samsung. Dr. Choi is the author/co-author of over 70 patents, 1 book ("GRAPHENE" CRC Press), 10 book chapters, over 200 publications, which includes over 130 peer-reviewed journal articles and over 60 conference proceedings. His research articles have been cited over 5,000 times with H-index of 36. He serves as a reviewer for more than 20 international journals and also has been served on the Editorial Board of numerous journals.

His excellence as a researcher has been recognized by a number of honors, including MRS Fellow (2009), MRS Medal Award (2006), The Best Paper Award (Samsung, 2002), The Best Patent Award (Samsung, 2002), Golden Technology Award (SAMSUNG, 1998), Golden Medal Award (ADD, 1993), Distinguished Research Award (FIU, 2006).

Wei Wu

Professor


Fudan University
China

Wei Wu, Professor of Pharmaceutics at Fudan University School of Pharmacy, received his B.S. (1992) and M.S. (1996) from the Second Military Medical University, China, and his Ph.D. (1999) from West China University of Medical Sciences, China. view full biography...

Wei Wu, Professor of Pharmaceutics at Fudan University School of Pharmacy, received his B.S. (1992) and M.S. (1996) from the Second Military Medical University, China, and his Ph.D. (1999) from West China University of Medical Sciences, China. He joined Fudan University School of Pharmacy as a faculty member in 2000. He ever served his school as a vice dean and vice director of Institute of Pharmacy (2007-2012).

Dr.Wu current research interest is focused on oral drug delivery systems with emphasis on enhancing the oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble drugs and biomacromolecules using nanoscale delivery carriers. One of the on-going mission is to elucidate the in vivo fate and mechanisms of lipid-based nanocarriers. He also has keen interest in pharmaceutical technologies, especially those involved in solidification of formulations of liquid origin. His rewards include New Century Excellent Teachers of Ministry of Education, Shanghai Twilight Scholar and Shanghai Excellent Young Teachers of Universities, Young Pharmaceutical Scientist by Chinese Pharmaceutical Association, etc.. He is now an expert committee member for drug evaluation of State Food and Drug Administration, drug pricing of National Development and Reform Committee and veterinary medicines of the Ministry of Agriculture.

A.Sezai Sarac

Professor


Istanbul Technical University
Turkey

Dr. A. Sezai Sarac is a professor in Department of Chemistry at Istanbul Technical University. He was a visiting professor at Materials and Surface Science Institute University of Limerick during the period of 2002-2003 and also was a Head of Physical Chemistry Division, view full biography...

Dr. A. Sezai Sarac is a professor in Department of Chemistry at Istanbul Technical University. He was a visiting professor at Materials and Surface Science Institute University of Limerick during the period of 2002-2003 and also was a Head of Physical Chemistry Division, Head of Department of Chemistry between 1991 -1994, and Dean of Faculty of Science and Letters between 1994- 1997, and also Director of Polymer Science & Technology between 2004-2010.

Dr. Sarac was awarded a Doctor (Honoris Causa)in Chemical Sciences, Tajikistan Academy of Sciences (2011) and also a member of New York Academy of Sciences, Chemical Society of Turkey. He was a visiting Professor at Universitat Regensburg, Germany, Berlin Technical University, the Institute für Dünnschichttechnologie und Mikrosensorik e.V.Teltow (IDM-Teltow) and University of Potsdam. He was a National Representative of IUPAC- Kinetics Commission. COST D-14 Project - Management Committee Member (2000-2003), COST 523 Working group member (2001-2003).

Dr. Sarac recent research interest include thin conjugated polymeric nanofibers and their nanocomposites, Modified Carbon Fibers, Biosensor microelectrodes, electrocopolymerization and their surface characterizations. He has been awarded a number of grants and fellowsips: DAAD, DFG, NATO Collab. Res., TUBITAK Res., State Planning Organization Grants. Prof Sarac was recently a NATO Partner Director of SfP project 983931 (2011-2014) and TUBITAK- ASCR Int.Project- 111T051(2012-2014) and working group member of CMST COST Action CM1101 WG4 (2012- 2016) and Management Committee Member of CMST COST Action CM1101 "Colloidal Aspects of Nanoscience for Innovative Processes and Materials". MPNS COST Action MP1206 "Electrospun Nano-fibres for bio inspired composite materials and innovative industrial applications" MC Substitute Member MO1206TR (2013-2016).

Pradip Majumdar

Chair and Professor


Northern Illinois University
USA

Dr. Pradip Majumdar is a Chair and Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Northern Illinois University, USA. Dr. Majumdar has been involved in teaching and research within the department of mechanical engineering for the last 30 years. view full biography...

Dr. Pradip Majumdar is a Chair and Professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering at Northern Illinois University, USA. Dr. Majumdar has been involved in teaching and research within the department of mechanical engineering for the last 30 years. He has contributed critically to the development of undergraduate and graduate programs in mechanical engineering. He has served the department as the director of undergraduate studies, as director of heat and mass transfer laboratory. Dr. Majumdar received 2008 CEET Faculty of the Year Award for excellence in undergraduate education. He has made significant research contributions in number of key areas of thermo-fluid and energy systems including High Performance Electronics Cooling, Fuel Cell Power Generation, Lithium - Ion Battery Storage, High Energy Laser Material Processing, and Computational Fluid Dynamics and Heat Transfer.

Dr. Majumdar has published a text book on Computational Heat and Mass Transfer and a text book of Fuel Cell: Analysis and Design. He is also professionally very active in organizing and chairing national and internal conferences, workshops in heat and mass transfer, computational fluid dynamics, micro- nanoscale heat transfer, electronics cooling and fuel cell energy systems.

Dr. Majumdar Research interest: Thermo-fluid Sciences, Simulation Modeling and Design, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Heat Transfer, Fuel Cell and Battery Storage systems, Solar Thermal Energy Systems; Heat and Mass Transfer in Porous Media, Micro-Nanoscale Fluid Flow and Heat transfer, High Heat Flux Electronics Cooling, Development of Thermal Interface Materials using Nanomaterials, High Energy Laser Material Processing and Additive Manufacturing, CFD, Analysis of Scour Formation, Transport Phenomena in Biological Systems, and Micro-Bio Fluidic Devices.

Farid Menaa

Professor


International Consulting Healthcare and Biosystems Expert

Dr. Farid Menaa is an experienced and skilled inter- and multi-disciplinary professional. Professor, Consultant, Researcher, Principal Investigator, Executive Director, Advisor, Editor, Reviewer, Event Organizer and Entrepreneur, Dr. Menaa earned his degrees with high distinctions from prestigious universities and institutions. view full biography...

Dr. Farid Menaa is an experienced and skilled inter- and multi-disciplinary professional. Professor, Consultant, Researcher, Principal Investigator, Executive Director, Advisor, Editor, Reviewer, Event Organizer and Entrepreneur, Dr. Menaa earned his degrees with high distinctions from prestigious universities and institutions. After his distinguished doctoral thesis in gerontology/geriatry and oncology from Sorbonne/Jussieu University & Nuclear Energy Authority (Paris, France, 1999-2003), Dr. Menaa was selected as a NIH post-doctoral fellow in Oncology (San Diego, California, USA; 2004-2007). Then, he pursued his career in Dermatology, and Stem Cells as a DFG post-doctoral Fellow (Wuerzburg, Germany; 2007-2009). Subsequently, Dr. Menaa was promoted to Chief Scientific Officer and Executive Vice-President R&D at Fluorotronics, Inc. (CA, USA; 2009-2010), a nanotechnology and fluorine chemical company. Eventually, Dr. Menaa was appointed Principal Investigator in Hematology and Genomics as a FAPESP post-doctoral Fellow (Sao Paulo, Brazil; 2010-2012). He was recently nominated for "Who's is Who in the World". During his career, Dr. Menaa followed complementary formations (e.g. Medecine, Pharmacy, Biochemistry, Biophysics, Food Sciences and Technology, Marine Biology, Nanobiotechnology, Bio-Computation, Biostatistics, Business Development and Management, Marketing, Technological Innovation and Quality, communication/linguistics), worked and taught at various organizations (e.g. public, governmental and private). Overall, the holistic concept of Dr. Menaa led him to actively contribute to various clinical and R&D projects related to medicine, sciences and technology.

Luis Cumbal

Director


Centro de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia
ESPE

Dr. Luis Cumbal is a Director at Centro de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia, ESPE. He was born in 1952. He did his Master of Science and Doctorate from Lehigh University. Once he received Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, Dr. Cumbal returned to his home school, view full biography...

Dr. Luis Cumbal is a Director at Centro de Nanociencia y Nanotecnologia, ESPE. He was born in 1952. He did his Master of Science and Doctorate from Lehigh University. Once he received Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering, Dr. Cumbal returned to his home school, Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas - ESPE, and dedicated his research and development towards new materials and nanomaterials mainly for environmental remediation, nanoestructured polymers, and hybrid solar cells. He is the inventor of polymeric resins impregnated with nanoparticles of hydrated iron oxides for removal of inorganic ligands, patent registered in the US Office of Patents and in the World Intellectual Property Organization.

Dr. Cumbal has been principal investigator (PI) for more than 10 research projects funded by ecuadorian organizations. Currently, he is jointly with Geological, Mining, and Metalurgical National Research Institute of Ecuador and performing a project related to development of new techniques for remediation of heavy metals in soils and groundwater, based on the use of metallic nanomaterials. Also, he is the PI of a project linked with the development of nanostructured polymers.

Gang Li

Associate Professor


Clemson University
United States of America

Dr. Gang Li is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University. Prior to joining Clemson in 2006, he was a Research Scientist in the Beckman Institute for Advance Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign view full biography...

Dr. Gang Li is an Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University. Prior to joining Clemson in 2006, he was a Research Scientist in the Beckman Institute for Advance Science and Technology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, from where he earned his PhD in Mechanical Engineering. Dr. Li received his MASc Degree in Mechanical Engineering from Dalhousie University, Canada, in 1999. He received his BS and MEng degrees from Tongji University, China, in 1993 and 1996, respectively. Dr. Li's background and experience are in the areas of Computational Mechanics, Nano and Micromechanics, Thermal and Electrical Transport in Nanomaterials, and Numerical Methods. He is interested in modeling, analysis and design of micro/nanostructured materials for material property tuning and performance enhancement. He has authored/co-authored more than 30 referred journal papers on these topics and contributed 2 chapters to the books titled "Handbook of Materials Modeling" (Kluwer, 2005) and "Thermoelectrics at Nanoscale" (Springer, 2013). He was an awardee of NSF CAREER award (2010) and one of the six finalists in the 2004 Melosh Medal Competition for the best student paper on Finite Element Analysis. He is a member of ASME, USACM and Sigma Xi. He has served on the ASME Committee on Computing in Applied Mechanics since 2007. He has co-organized numerous symposiums in national and international conferences.

Research Interests

1. Computational mechanics at nano, micro meso and macro scales

2. Multi-Scale computational methods

3. Computational modeling and simulation of micro/nanoscale thermal transport, electrical transport, energy conversion and other multi-physics phenomena in crystalline and composite materials

4. Computational analysis of micro/nano-electro-mechanical systems (MEMS/NEMS)

5. Energy harvesting

Xinming Huang

Associate Professor


Worcester Polytechnic Institute
United States of America

Dr. Xinming Huang is an Associate Professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Dr. Huang area of expertise is in computer engineering. More specifically, he conducts research on circuits and systems design for reconfigurable computing, wireless communications, and signal processing view full biography...

Dr. Xinming Huang is an Associate Professor at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Dr. Huang area of expertise is in computer engineering. More specifically, he conducts research on circuits and systems design for reconfigurable computing, wireless communications, and signal processing and also teach computer engineering courses at the levels of transistors, gates, circuits, processors, and systems, and also teaches digital logic, VLSI design, HDL modeling, computer architecture, and reconfigurable computing.

Dr. Huang experience in industry has helped with both teaching and research. Before returning to graduate school, he worked as an applications engineer and enjoyed traveling around the world to sightsee and to visit corporate customers. After completing PhD at Virginia Tech, he became a member of the technical staff at the wireless advanced technology laboratory of Lucent Technologies, where he worked on ASIC design for wireless communication systems for several years.

Dr. Huang work closely with students to solve technical problems using innovative new ideas, new architectures, new algorithms, etc. In lab, he emphasize critical thinking skills and practical experience on hardware design. His goal is to train students to be more creative, equipped to solve state-of-the-art problems.

Dr. Huang's Research Interests are

• Reconfigurable computing

• VLSI digital circuits and system-on-chip

• ubiquitous computing and RFID

• embedded systems design

Liyuan Zhang

Associate Professor


South University of Science and Technology of China
China

Dr. Liyuan Zhang is an Associate Professor at South University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTC). Dr. Zhang received an a PhD in physics from Georgia Institute of Technology 2007. He received master degree and bachelor degree from Changchun Institute of Optics view full biography...

Dr. Liyuan Zhang is an Associate Professor at South University of Science and Technology of China (SUSTC). Dr. Zhang received an a PhD in physics from Georgia Institute of Technology 2007. He received master degree and bachelor degree from Changchun Institute of Optics and Fine Machine (CIOM) and Institute of High Energy Physics(IHEP), Chinese Academy of Sciences respectively in 1997 and 2001, and also did Postdoc in physics and nanotechnology at Purdue University, Brookhaven National Laboratory and Stony Brook University. He has published over 20 papers, and He was also the Winner of "National Youth 1000 Plan" Award of China and " Peacock Plan" award in Shenzhen. His research interest mainly lies in condense matter physics.

1) experimental exploring and developing the nanotechnology and physics laws (novel quantum phenomena and new states of matter) in various low dimensional materials and the artificial nanoscale systems.

2) develop the novel multifunctional applications in future electronic nanoscale devices based on nanowires and nanoparticles.

Wen Zhang

Assistant Professor


Newark College of Engineering
United States of America

Wen Zhang is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NJIT's Newark College of Engineering. Dr. Wen is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) registered in the State of Delaware. He graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology with PhD view full biography...

Wen Zhang is an assistant professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at NJIT's Newark College of Engineering. Dr. Wen is a licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) registered in the State of Delaware. He graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology with PhD in Environmental Engineering in 2011. He received master degree and bachelor degree from Tongji and Tsinghua Universities respectively in 2007 and 2004 respectively.

Dr. Wen's research of interest includes

(1) environmental nanotechnology for sustainable water/wastewater treatment, renewable energy harvesting, and water pollution mitigation.

(2) microalgae systems for biofuel production and nutrient removal or recovery from water body.

Brajesh Kumar

Prometeo Researcher II


Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE
Latin America

Dr. Brajesh Kumar is a Prometeo Researcher II in Center for nanoscience and nanotechnology at Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE, Latin America. He was awarded as a Best Prometeo Researcher during 2013-2014 at Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE, Ecuador. view full biography...

Dr. Brajesh Kumar is a Prometeo Researcher II in Center for nanoscience and nanotechnology at Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE, Latin America. He was awarded as a Best Prometeo Researcher during 2013-2014 at Universidad de las Fuerzas Armadas-ESPE, Ecuador.

Dr. Kumar Research include

1. Development of Sustainable and Eco-friendly methods for Natural Product Extraction, Purification and Analysis, Plant Mediated synthesis of Nanoparticle and their applications, Natural Polymers, Dye Sensitized Solar Cell (DSSCs).

2. Microwave and Ultrasound Assisted organic synthesis, One Pot Synthesis, Chromatography, HPLC, Instrumental Analysis (NMR, FTIR, LC-MS, UV-Visible), SEM, TEM, XRD, EDX.

3. Multistep organic synthesis (solid & solution phase) in small scale & large scale, Linear and Cyclic Peptide synthesis, N-Methyl amino acid, Peptide Nucleic Acid (PNA), & Locked Nucleic Acid (LNA) synthesis, Medicinal Chemistry.

S. Prakash

Research Director


Cherraan's Institute of Health Sciences
India

Dr. S. Prakash is a Research Director at Cherraan's Institute of Health Sciences, Telungupalayam Pirivu, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology/Biotechnology (Ph.D) at Manonmaniam Sundaranar University. view full biography...

Dr. S. Prakash is a Research Director at Cherraan's Institute of Health Sciences, Telungupalayam Pirivu, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Completed his Doctor of Philosophy in Microbiology/Biotechnology (Ph.D) at Manonmaniam Sundaranar University.

Dr. Prakash research explored the application oriented research activity in the domain of Biotechnology and also micro algal outdoor culture system for Isocrysis galbana and Tetraselmis Sps in Andaman's Nicobar Islands for larval rearing of sea bass and grouper fishes. Dr. Prakash developed novel drugs for human Multi Drug Resistant M. tuberculosis (MDR-TB) from selected marine micro algal extract and also done a research on Biotechnological aspect of novel drug discovery from marine natural products for Multi drug resistant Staphylococcus aureus.

L. Martin-Banderas

Research Staff


University of Seville
Spain

Dr. L. Martin-Banderas is a Research Staff at University of Seville, Spain. She had completed her PhD work on micro fluidic technology which is applied to different microencapsulation processes in the pharmaceutical field. Dr. Banderas current research interest mainly focuses on view full biography...

Dr. L. Martin-Banderas is a Research Staff at University of Seville, Spain. She had completed her PhD work on micro fluidic technology which is applied to different microencapsulation processes in the pharmaceutical field.

Dr. Banderas current research interest mainly focuses on

1. Oral drug delivery systems with emphasis on enhancing the oral bioavailability of poorly water-soluble drugs and biomacromolecules using polymeric nanoscale delivery carriers.

2. Functionalized nano particles for enhanced cancer treatment.

3. Developing new nanotheragnostic agents for combined drug delivery and imaging.

Xiao-Yu Yang

Research Professor


State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology

Dr. Xiao-Yu Yang is a Research Professor in Material Synthesis and Processing at State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology. He completed his B.S. and joint Ph. D. degree from Jilin University, China and FUNDP, Belgium in 2007. After his postdoctoral fellowship at the FUNDP view full biography...

Dr. Xiao-Yu Yang is a Research Professor in Material Synthesis and Processing at State Key Laboratory of Advanced Technology. He completed his B.S. and joint Ph. D. degree from Jilin University, China and FUNDP, Belgium in 2007. After his postdoctoral fellowship at the FUNDP, he worked as a "Charge de Recherches" at F.N.R.S. (National Foundation of Scientific Research, Belgium).

Dr. Yang is also a recipient of Program for New Century Excellent Talents in University of the Chinese Ministry of Education in 2011, Program for "Chutian Scholar Professor" at Wuhan University of Technology in 2010, "Qiu-Shi Outsdanding Postgraduate" of Hong Kong in 2005 and "Outstanding Contribution Award (Innovative Research Team, major participant)" of All-China Federation of Returned Overseas. Dr. Yang research aimed at self-assembly materials, porous materials, catalysis, and cell-surface-engineering.

Md Enamul Hoque

Associate Professor


King Faisal University

Dr. Md Enamul Hoque is an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at King Faisal University (KFU), Saudi Arabia since September 2015. Prior to joining KFU he served as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical, Materials & Manufacturing Engineering and Head of the Bioengineering Research at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. view full biography...

Dr. Md Enamul Hoque is an Associate Professor and Chairman of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at King Faisal University (KFU), Saudi Arabia since September 2015. Prior to joining KFU he served as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mechanical, Materials & Manufacturing Engineering and Head of the Bioengineering Research at the University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus. He received his PhD in Mechanical Engineering (major in Biomedical Engineering) from NUS, Singapore in 2007. He also obtained the PGCHE (Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education) from the University of Nottingham, UK in 2015. He is a Chartered Engineer (C Eng) certified by the Engineering Council, UK and Fellow of Higher Education Academy (FHEA), UK. Besides, He is a member of several professional scientific bodies including Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS), USA; Institute of Mechanical Engineer (IMechE), UK; Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3), UK; Institute of Materials Malaysia (IMM), Malaysia; and Tissue Engineering Society Malaysia (TESMA), Malaysia. So far, he has authored 3 books, edited 3 books and co-authored 14 book chapters. He has also published over 140 technical papers in high impact referred journals and international conference proceedings. His research interests include the areas of Biomaterials, Biocomposites, Tissue Engineering, Stem Cells, Rapid Prototyping Technology, Nanotechnology, Nanomaterials, Bioenergy & Food Technology.

International Journal of Nanoparticles and Nanotechnology Reviewer Board

Reviewer Board

NAME

UNIVERSITY

COUNTRY

Dr. Miao Wang
Northeastern University
USA
Dr. Karim Soliman
Cairo University
Cairo
Dr. Dongmin Im
Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology
Korea 
Dr. JongHyeon Lee
Chungnam National University
Korea 
Dr. Sadegh Sadeghzadeh
Iran University of Science and Technology
Iran
Dr. Mjaworska
Warsaw University of Technology
Poland
Dr. Ben Chaabane Aida
Tunis El Manar University
Tunisia
Dr. Christian Ahoba-Sam
University College of Southeast Norway
Norway
Dr. Mohammad Reza Safaei
Ton Duc Thang University
Vietnam
Dr. Davood Toghraie
Yazd University
Iran
Dr. ‪Nader Amini ‪
Kurdistan University of Medical Sciences
Iran
Dr. Md Masiar Rahman
Concordia University
Canada
Dr. Mukesh Kumar
Graphic Era University
India
Dr. Geeta
Kurukshetra University
India
Dr. Alireza Nezamzadeh
Islamic Azad University
Iran
Dr. Ali Reza Nezamzadeh
Islamic Azad University
Iran
Dr. Rishi Asthana
Galgotia University
India
Dr. Galal Moatimid
Ain Shams University
Egypt
Dr. lokesh BR
Central Food Technological Research Institute
India
Dr. Natesan Subramanian
Anna University
India
Dr. Mohamed Ahmed
Ain Shams University
Egypt
Dr. Shivaraj Yellappa
Government Science College
India
Dr. A Varada Rajulu
Sri Krishnadevaraya University
India
Dr. Noel Victoria
National Institute of Technology Raipur 
India
Dr. balavijayalakshmi Jagannathan
PSGR Krishnammal College for Women
India
Dr. Darshan Sharma
Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
India
Dr. Samson Nesaraj A
Karunya University
India
Dr. Brijesh Tripathi
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
India
Dr. Kun Liang
University of Central Florida
USA
Dr. Razieh Hashemi-Sanatgar
University of Borås
Sweden
Dr. Emanuela Tamburri
University of Rome Tor Vergata
Italy
Dr. Vladimir Volodin
Novosibirsk State University
Russia
Dr. Bernard Gil
University Montpellier
France
Dr. Romualdo R Menezes
Federal University of Paraíba
Brazil
Dr. Shian-Ching Jang
National Central University
Taiwan
Dr. Kezban Can Atacan
Sakarya University
Turkey
Dr. Tverdokhlebov Sergey Ivanovich
National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University
Russia
Dr. Cícero Cena
Federal University of Paraíba
Brazil
Dr. Yang Hongshun
University of Maryland
USA
Dr. Michelli Ferrera Dario
University of São Paulo
Brazil
Dr. Ibrahim Kucukkoc
Balikesir University
TurkeyTurkey
Dr. Y Suzuki
Mie University
Japan
Dr. Yoonseok Park
Technische Universität Dresden
Germany
Dr. Sylvain Vedraine
University of Limoges
France
Dr. Eliton S Medeiros
Federal University of Paraíba
Brazil
Dr. Oguzhan Gunduz
Marmara University
Turkey
Dr. Yasuhiro Matsumoto Kuwahara
University of Osaka
Japan
Dr. Hannamikhail
Federal University of the Triângulo Mineiro
Brazil
Dr. Andrey Rempel
Russian Academy of Sciences
Russia
Dr. Wang Hui
Mie Univeristy
Japan
Dr. Park Jonghyun
Missouri University of Science and Technology
USA
Dr. Hugo Bonette
Federal University of Alfenas
Brazil
Dr. Lars-Erik Svensson
University College West
Sweden
Dr. Xiangyu Wu
Jilin University
Belgium
Dr. Yongchang Liu
Tianjin University
China
Dr. Sgeor
University of Patras
Greece
Dr. Giada Genchi
Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia
Italy
Dr. Yongjin Zou
Guilin University of Electronic Technology
China 
Dr. Rolando Perez A
Universidad Autonoma del Estado de Morelos
Mexico
Dr. Georgios I Giannopoulos
University of Patras
Greece
Dr. Jose Manuel del Río
Blaise Pascal University
Mexico
Dr. Kanjanee Nawamawat
Mahidol University
Thailand
Dr. Biezma Moraleda Maria Victoria
University of cantabria
Spain
Dr. Istvan Szilagyi
University of Geneva
Switzerland
Dr. Dara Schniederjans
University of Rhode Island
USA
Dr. Ahmed Kadari
Ibn Khaldoun University
Algeria
Dr. Ricardo Souza da Silva
Federal University of the Triângulo Mineiro
Brazil
Dr. Pramuan Tangboriboonrat
Mahidol University
Thailand
Dr. Machotova Jana
The University of Pardubice
Czech Republic
Dr. Xing Yi
Sichuan University
China
Dr. Xianlin Xu
Tianjin Polytechnic University
China 
Dr. Miriam Rafailovich
Stony Brook University
USA
Dr. Jianguo Feng
University in Yangzhou
China
Dr. Jiwen Hu
Chinese Academy of Sciences, 
China
Dr. Muhammad Wahab
Louisiana State University
USA
Dr. Su Chunming
US Environmental Protection Agency
USA
Dr. Alina Adriana Minea
Gheorghe Asachi Technical University of Iași 
Romania
Dr. Hao Ying Li
China Medical University
China 
Dr. Li Fu
Jiangsu Province and Chinese Academy of Sciences
China
Dr. Naigui Shang
University of Ulster
UK
Dr. Ligang Gai
Qilu University of Technology
China
Dr. Chunfa Dong
Hubei polytechnic university
China
Dr. Yi Liu
GuangDong Pharmaceutical University
China 
Dr. Huan Pang
Anyang Normal University
China
Dr. Bianjun
Xihua University
China 
Dr. Ielinyc
National Changhua University of Education
Taiwan
Dr. Yang Qiu
Beijing University of Technology
China
Dr. Li X
Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications
China
Dr. Marcos Pérez
University of Strathclyde
UK
Dr. Xiangcun Li
University of Technology
China 
Dr. Weimin Kang
Tianjin Polytechnic University  
China
Dr. Jinhuan Li
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics
China 
Dr. Lixin Wu
Chinese Academy of Sciences
China
Dr. Kehui Wu
The Institute of Physics
China
Dr. Jingxia Wang
Technical Institute of Physics and Chemistry
China
Dr. Jang Myoun Ko
Hanbat National University
Korea 
Dr. Hong Ying 
Anhui Normal University
China
Dr. Aziz Awaad
University of Tokushima
Japan
Dr. NetoVictor Fernando Santos Neto
University of Aveiro
Portugal
Dr. C.Krishna Raj
Chonbuk National University
Republic of Korea
Dr. Ahmed Kadhim Hussein
University of Babylon
Republic of Iraq
Vibgyor Publishers | International Journal of Nanoparticles and Nanotechnology
Articles

Boping Yang

The properties of Mn-doped Nanocrystals (NCs) with increasing binding symmetry and ZnSe:Mn/ZnSe NCs under different temperatures were investigated to demonstrate the relation between the strength of crystal filed and covalency. The position of Mn ions in NCs were accurately controlled at the interface of the core/shell Mn-doped NCs.

Published Date: July 12, 2017 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-3-009, (Volume 3, Issue 1), Research Article

MM Mokhtar, SA Abo El Enein, MY Hassaan, MS Morsy and MH Khalil

This study represents a new technique to synthesize graphenenano sheets, where Graphene Oxide (GO) was synthesized by oxidation of graphite flakes via modified Hummers method. The produced GO was thermally reduced (exfoliated) at 350 °C for 1, 3, 6 and 9 hours to produce graphenenano sheets having different degrees of reduction assigned as R1, R3, R6 and R9.

Published Date: July 10, 2017 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-3-008, (Volume 3, Issue 1), Research Article

J Gonzalez Benito, J Teno, D Torres and M Diaz

Thermoplastic polymers with potential biomedical and electrical applications such as polyethylene oxide, PEO, polyvinylidene fluoride, PVDF, polyethylene-co-vinyl acetate, EVA were prepared by solution blow spinning, SBS, looking for the best processing conditions to obtain submicrometric fibers with highest homogeneity in terms of morphology.

Published Date: June 24, 2017 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-3-007, (Volume 3, Issue 1), Research Article

Matthias Schuster, Tobias Wernicke, Stefan A Möckel and Peter J Wellmann

To prepare fully printed copper-indium-diselenide solar-cell-absorbers it is necessary to have well defined and printable precursor-inks. In this work, the synthesis and different approaches for the colloidal stabilization of Selenium (Se) nanoparticles are presented, which should ultimately serve as a selenium source for CISe absorbers.

Published Date: April 13, 2016 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-2-006, (Volume 2, Issue 1), Research Article

Felipe Barrera Méndez, Francisco Javier Enríquez Medrano, Nicolaza Pariona, Ramón Díaz de León Gómez and José Luis Olivares Romero

The last advances in applications of nanotechnology in antitumoral prevention, detection and treatment during the last decade are reviewed. Drug delivery and negative side effects are the seminal challenges in order to get more effective cancer therapies. In this context, nanotechnology provides a quite versatile platform to deal with it.

Published Date: December 02, 2015 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-1-005, (Volume 1, Issue 1), Review Article

Wen Zhang and Ying Yao

In the determination of sizes and concentrations of nanoparticles (NPs), single particle-inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry (SP-ICP-MS) suffers uncertainties in the transport efficiency of nebulized liquid droplets of NPs. Many potential factors such as primary particle sizes, concentrations, and ionic components of metal NPs could influence transport efficiency and accuracy of the SP-ICP-MS analysis.

Published Date: September 11, 2015 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-1-004, (Volume 1, Issue 1), Research Article

Ming Zhang, Marco Herrera, Timothy E. Patten, Matthew Augustine, Lin-Dong Sun, Chun-Hua Yan and Gang-yu Liu

Rare earth based nanomaterials with up conversion properties have attracted much attention because of their potential applications in device and solar energy conversion, as well as in new optical tags in biomedical research. Emission stability has been a concern in realizing these materials' application potential.

Published Date: September 10, 2015 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-1-003, (Volume 1, Issue 1), Research Article

Rana Golshaei, Sayed Mehdi Ghoreishi and A Sezai Sarac

In this study, gold/copolymer core-shell nanocomposites as a new metal-polymer composite have been obtained by in situ polymerization. During the polymerization, gold nanoparticles were highly stabilized throughout the copolymer matrix. Fabricated nanocomposites have been characterized by UV-Visible, and Attenuated total reflection - Fourier transform infrared (ATR-FTIR) spectrophotometry.

Published Date: September 02, 2015 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-1-002, (Volume 1 Issue 1), Research Article

Chidubem A. Nwokoye, Lawrence H. Bennett, Edward Della Torre, Abid Siddique, Frank A. Narducci, Mohammadreza Ghahremani and Khurram S. Khattak

Interest in the study of ferromagnetism in nanostructures at low temperatures is growing. We report the development of a low temperature MOKE experimental system with a cryogen-free sample environment, permitting magneto-optical measurements down to 9 K. We report how the experimental system is utilized to study the temperature variation of the magneto-optical (Kerr rotation angle) property of a Co/Pd multilayered film.

Published Date: August 26, 2015 | Int J Nanoparticles Nanotech, IJNN-1-001, (Volume 1 Issue 1), Research Article

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