International Journal of Optics and Photonic Engineering



Editorial Board


Prof. Thomas F George

Professor
Department of Chemistry and Physics
University of Missouri-St. Louis
USA

Prof. Thomas F George has been chancellor and professor of chemistry and physics at the University of Missouri–St. Louis since 2003. Prior to that, he was chancellor at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, provost at Washington State University, dean of science at SUNY-Buffalo, and professor of chemistry at the University of Rochester. He received his B.A. degree (Phi Beta Kappa) with a double major in chemistry and mathematic view full biography...

Prof. Thomas F George has been chancellor and professor of chemistry and physics at the University of Missouri–St. Louis since 2003. Prior to that, he was chancellor at the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, provost at Washington State University, dean of science at SUNY-Buffalo, and professor of chemistry at the University of Rochester. He received his B.A. degree (Phi Beta Kappa) with a double major in chemistry and mathematics from Gettysburg College, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees at age 23 from Yale University, with postdoctoral appointments at MIT and UC-Berkeley. His research specialty is laser/materials/chemical/nanophysics, including nanomedicine. He continues to be an active researcher with 775 papers, 7 authored and 18 edited books. His awards include the Marlow Medal from the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), Medal of Honor by Gulf University for Science and Technology in Kuwait, and Diploma of Honour by Seinájoki University of Applied Sciences in Finland. He holds honorary doctorates from the University of Szeged in Hungary and Phranakhon Rajabhat University in Thailand, and he has been elected as a foreign member of the Korean Academy of Science and Technology. As a hobby, he plays jazz keyboard and has performed throughout the St. Louis region and overseas in Bosnia, Croatia, China, Hungary, Kuwait, Oman, Romania and Russian Siberia.

Prof. Athanasios V Vasilakos

Professor
Department of Computer Science; Electrical and Space Engineering
Lulea University of Technology
Sweden

Athanasios V. Vasilakos is currently Professor at Lulea University of Technology, Sweden,Computer Science Dept. He has authored or co-authored over 250 technical papers in major international journals and conferences. He is author/coauthor of five books and 20 book chapters. Dr. Vasilakos Main Research include Networking ,Optical Networks, Mobile and Pervasive Computing, Sensor Nets, Body Area Networks, Distributed Systems, Cloud Com view full biography...

Athanasios V. Vasilakos is currently Professor at Lulea University of Technology, Sweden,Computer Science Dept. He has authored or co-authored over 250 technical papers in major international journals and conferences. He is author/coauthor of five books and 20 book chapters. Dr. Vasilakos Main Research include Networking ,Optical Networks, Mobile and Pervasive Computing, Sensor Nets, Body Area Networks, Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing, Security, Big Data, Big Data in Energy Management, Cyber Physical Systems, Smart Grids, Demand Response Management in Smart Grids , Energy Security, Energy Trading/Management, Energy Exchange among Microgrids ,Energy Internet, Energy Efficiency in Data Centres, Energy Efficiency in Networks and Energy Harvesting, Game Theory/Optimization and its application in Energy Management, Systems Prototypes, Molecular NanoBionetworks(bio-cyber-physical systems). Prof. Vasilakos has served as General Chair, Technical Program Committee Chair for many international conferences.

Prof. Benny Cheung

Professor
Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering
Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU)
Hong Kong

Dr. Benny C.F. Cheung is a Professor in Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). Currently, he is an Associate Head of the Partner State Key Laboratory of Ultra-precision Machining Technology, and also Associate Director of the Advanced Optics Manufacturing Centre, Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre in PolyU. Dr. Cheung is also an associate member of the Int view full biography...

Dr. Benny C.F. Cheung is a Professor in Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU). Currently, he is an Associate Head of the Partner State Key Laboratory of Ultra-precision Machining Technology, and also Associate Director of the Advanced Optics Manufacturing Centre, Knowledge Management and Innovation Research Centre in PolyU. Dr. Cheung is also an associate member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP). Dr. Cheung holds various honorary positions in other universities and professional bodies including Distinguished Professorship of Guangdong University of Technology, Adjunct Professorship of Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School and Changchun University of Science and Technology, Board Membership of the Asian Society for Precision Engineering and Nanotechnology (ASPEN), etc., Dr. Cheung is a recipient of many research prizes and awards such as the 2008 ASAIHL-Scopus Young Scientist Awards - First Runner Up Prize in the category of "Engineering and Technology", a Gold Medal in the 36th International Exhibition Inventions New Techniques & Products in Geneva in 2008, Technology Progress Award (Second Class) from the Ministry of Education in the PRC in 2009, Natural Science Award (Second Class) from the Ministry of Education in the PRC in 2010 and 2011, and Joseph Whitworth Prize 2010 by the Manufacturing Industrial Division of Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE), UK in 2011, etc. Research interests: Precision Engineering, Ultra-precision Machining, Advanced Optics Manufacturing, Precision Surface Metrology, Knowledge and Technology Management.

Dr. Guiren Wang

Associate Professor
Department of Mechanical Engineering & Biomedical Engineering
University of South Carolina
United States of America

Dr. Guiren Wang is an associate professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering & Biomedical Engineering Program at University of South Carolina, USA. Dr. Wang had a strong background in multidisciplinary fields, including lab-on-a-chip based on nano/microfluidics; far field, two tunable femto-lasers based optical nanoscopic system for in situ, 3D nanoscale measurement, super resolution cellular imaging of live cell and nanofabricatio view full biography...

Dr. Guiren Wang is an associate professor in Department of Mechanical Engineering & Biomedical Engineering Program at University of South Carolina, USA. Dr. Wang had a strong background in multidisciplinary fields, including lab-on-a-chip based on nano/microfluidics; far field, two tunable femto-lasers based optical nanoscopic system for in situ, 3D nanoscale measurement, super resolution cellular imaging of live cell and nanofabrication; early cancer and clinical diagnostics, detection of chemical/biological agents, biomedical devices; fluid dynamics, turbulence, mixing and etc. He Extensively focused on developing a two tunable femto-lasers based super-resolution optical microscope (nanoscopy), which has overcome diffraction limit for measurement with nanoscale spatial resolution, with Stimulated Emission Depletion (STED). This will be an exceptional multifunctional large instrument, which combines both supper spatial resolution at nanoscale and ultrafast laser measurement with femto second temporal resolution, The aim of development the instrument is to provide a new far field, 3D and in situ measuring technology not only for fundamental research in fluid dynamics and transport phenomena in meso/nanoscale and advance of new nano/microfluidic device, but also for in situ 3D super resolution live cell imaging under controlled microenvironment, and visible light nanophotolithography on behalf of 3D fast nanofabrication with a low cost. Dr. Wang has recently, for the first time, developed a novel nano/microfluidic velocimeter, i.e. Laser Induced Fluorescence Photobleaching Anemometer (LIFPA), which provides high temporal and spatial resolution to enable flow velocity measurement in nanochannels. Instead of conventional micro/nanoparticles tracer, LIFPA uses neutral molecular tracer and STED to overcome diffraction limit and issues with particle tracer in PIV to achieve nanoscale resolution and fast random signal. This work could provide a new tool not only for fundamental research in fluid dynamics and transport phenomena in nanoscale, but also to enhance development of new nano/microfluidics based devices. He has developed a novel microfluidic technology based on dielectrophoresis to be able to, for the first time (to my knowledge), separate different types of cancer cells, and cancer cells from normal epithelial cells for cancer research and diagnostics. The device can be used for other biomedical applications as well. Dr. Wang has recently discovered a new receptivity phenomenon for fast turbulent mixing. This work could lead new technology into mixing process, mixer and bioreactor, and extend our understanding of turbulence, a long-term unsolved problem in physics. The similar method enables us for the first time (to the best of our knowledge) to achieve turbulence in microfluidics with Reynolds number in the order of only unity. With LIFPA (the only method so far that can measure turbulence signal in microfluidics), we have even surprisingly observed Kolmogorov -5/3 spectrum and other scaling phenomena of small scale structures of turbulence in this flow.

Dr. Shengli Pu

Associate Professor
Department of Physics
University of Shanghai for Science and Technology
China

Dr. Shengli Pu is an Associate Professor at University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. He is a Visiting Associate Professor at Cornell University during August 2012-August 2013. Dr. Pu research interests focus on advanced photonic materials and devices, especially the novel optical properties and photonic applications of magnetic fluids/ferrofluids. Research Interests: Nano-optics, Advanced optical materials and photonic devi view full biography...

Dr. Shengli Pu is an Associate Professor at University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. He is a Visiting Associate Professor at Cornell University during August 2012-August 2013. Dr. Pu research interests focus on advanced photonic materials and devices, especially the novel optical properties and photonic applications of magnetic fluids/ferrofluids. Research Interests: Nano-optics, Advanced optical materials and photonic devices, Magneto-optics, Wave guide, fiber based application and sensors.

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