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October 15, 2022
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May 28, 2022
November 07-09, 2022
North Carolina State UniversityUSA
Dr. Richard J. Spontak is a Distinguished Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and Alumni Distinguished Graduate and Undergraduate Professor at NC State University. He received his B.S. degree in Chemical Engineering (with honors/high distinction) from Penn State University in 1983 and was awarded his Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from UC Berkeley in 1988. He then pursued post-doctoral research in Materials Science & Metallurgy at the University of Cambridge (U.K.) and Condensed Matter Physics at the Institute for Energy Technology (Norway) before joining the Corporate Research Division of the Procter & Gamble Company in 1990. In 1992, he accepted a faculty position at NC State University, where he supervises the Macromolecular Materials & Morphology Group. Since that time, Spontak has published over 300 peer-reviewed journal papers and over 35 scholarly works as book chapters and invited monographs, and his work has been featured on 31 journal covers and cited over 14,000 times according to Google Scholar. Although active in a diverse range of disciplines, his primary research interests relate to the phase behavior and morphology/property development of nanostructured polymers, polymer nanocomposites and coatings, electron microscopy, and stimuli-responsive soft materials. In recognition of his research endeavors at NC State University, he is the recipient of the university-level Alexander Q. Holladay Medal for Excellence, the Alcoa Foundation Engineering Achievement and Distinguished Engineering Research Awards, the Alumni Outstanding Research Award, and the Global Engagement Award. In addition, he has received the ACS (PMSE Division) Roy W. Tess Award in Coatings and the Cooperative Research Award in Polymer Science & Engineering, the Society of Polymer Science, Japan, International Award, the German Society for Electron Microscopy Ernst Ruska Prize, the ACS (Rubber Division) Chemistry of Thermoplastic Elastomers Award, the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (IOM3) Colwyn Medal, the Norwegian University of Science & Technology Lars Onsager Professorship and Medal, the Society of Plastics Engineers International Award, the Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honor Society Distinguished Alumnus Award, and the 2021 International Association of Advanced Materials Researcher of the Year Award. An elected fellow of the American Physical Society, IOM3, the Royal Society of Chemistry, and the American Chemical Society PMSE Division, he is or has been on the editorial advisory board of more than 20 international journals and holds editorial positions on 3 of them. He has been recognized as an Outstanding Scholar Alumnus and an Alumni Fellow by Penn State University, and he is a member of the Norwegian Academy of Technological Sciences and the NC State University Research Leadership, Global Engagement and Outstanding Teaching Academies. Spontak is also a highly acclaimed educator and academic mentor and has received college- and alumni-level Outstanding Teaching Awards, as well as the university-level Board of Governor's Award for Excellence in Teaching. A recipient of the American Society for Engineering Education Southeast Region Outstanding Mid-Career Teaching Award, he has served as a Fulbright Senior Specialist and has been elected to the NC State Faculty Senate and the UNC Faculty Assembly.
Vice President R&D Services, Inc. USA
David W. Yarbrough is currently V. President of R&D Services, Inc., a company that specializes in testing thermal insulations and related building materials. He is a retired Oak Ridge National Laboratory Research Staff Member and Emeritus Professor of Chemical Engineering at Tennessee Technological University. Yarbrough earned a PhD in Chemical Engineering in 1966 from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia and was a member of the Engineering Faculty at Tennessee Tech from 1968 to 2002. He served in the Army of the United States from 1966-1968 (active) and 1968-1987 (reserve) and retired in 1987 at the rank Lt. Col. Dr. Yarbrough is a Fellow of the American Society for Testing and Materials, the Tennessee Academy of Science, and the International Thermal Conductivity Conference.
Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research Kuwait
Ali E. Hajiah is a Research Scientist in the Energy and Building Research Center at Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research (KISR). He obtained his Ph.D. in the field of Building Systems Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder, USA, in 2000. Dr. Hajiah joined KISR in 1992 after obtaining his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Santa Clara University, California, USA. His Bachelor Degree is in Industrial Engineering form University of Arizona at Tucson, USA. Hajiah's research experiences include Building’s Systems Simulation, Energy Efficiency, Thermal Energy Storage Systems, Building Energy Performance and Ratings, Indoor Environmental Quality, HVAC System Design and Control, Sustainable and Low Energy Buildings and Neighborhoods, Renewable Energy and Integrated District Energy and Cooling Systems. He led and worked in series of Research Funded Projects. He has authored and co-authored more than 70 Journals, Chapters in Books, Research/Technical Reports, and Scientific Papers. He offered Keynote Lectures in international conferences. Hajiah was a Co-PI for the 1st Kuwait-MIT Signature Project entitled “Sustainability of Kuwait’s Built Environment” Thrust area C: “Enhanced Operational Energy Efficiency and Life Cycle Performance of Buildings and Neighborhoods in Kuwait – Innovation in Energy-Based Design for Sustainability”.
University of TorontoCanada
Prof. Chul Park received his PhD from MIT in 1993 with his PhD thesis topic on microcellular foaming of PS with CO2. He is Distinguished Professor of Microcellular Engineered Plastics at University of Toronto. He is also the NSERC Senior Industrial Research Chairin Multi-Functional Graphene-Based Polymer Nanocomposites and Foams. He has an international recognition in polymer foam area. He has published more than 1400 papers, including over 430 journal papers and four books with 78 Scopus H-index. Prof Park serves as Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Cellular Plastics. He has been inducted as an Academician Fellow into 5 academies including the Academy of Science of the Royal Society of Canada. He is also a fellow of 5 other professional societies including the Society of Plastics Engineers.
City University of Hong KongHong Kong
Dr. Wang is currently an Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering at City University of Hong Kong. Dr. Wang is an internationally renowned expert in the field of X-ray micro-computed tomography (micro-CT) characterization and discrete element method (DEM) modeling of granular soils. Dr. Wang's work has been awarded the prestigious international prizes including 2011 Geotechnical Research Medal (UK Institution of Civil Engineers) and 2010 Higher Education Institutions Outstanding Research Award - Natural Science Award (the Ministry of Education of China). Dr. Wang currently serves as the editorial board member of Géotechnique, Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering and Soils and Foundations. He has delivered a number of keynote and invited lectures in reputable international and domestic conferences, workshops and seminars. So far Dr. Wang has published over 140 peer-reviewed articles including 80 SCI journal papers and over 60 international conference papers, with a Google Scholar H-index of 27.
University of SalentoItaly
Alfonso Maffezzoli received his Ph.D. degree in Materials Technology at University of Naples in 1991, working also as associate researcher at University of Washington (Seattle, USA). He joined in 1992 to the University of Salento as lecturer and he has been full professor since 2002. Original contributions have been developed in the field of thermoplastic and thermosetting matrix composites, bio-based polymers and polymer recycling. He is author of more than 220 papers on international journals besides to several patents. According to Scopus, he has an h-index = 46 receiving more than 6900 citations.
Jubail University CollegeSaudi Arabia.
Hamed H. Saber is currently working as the Deputy of the Prince Saud bin Thuniyan Research Center and Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department at Jubail University College, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Also, he has work experience at the National Research Council of Canada and the Institute for Space and Nuclear Power Studies at University of New Mexico, USA. He holds a PhD from the Department of Chemical and Nuclear Engineering at University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. His areas of interest include building science, building envelope and structure, Heat, Air and Moisture (HAM) transport, CFD, sustainable infrastructure and environment, fire modeling, fire safety, static energy conversion using thermoelectrics, advanced radioisotope power systems for space applications, electronic cooling, heat pipes, thermosyphons, heat exchangers, two-phase flow, waste heat recovery, and numerical modeling using finite element methods. His publications were cited over 2,530 times with google scholar h-index of 28.
University of BelgradeSerbia
Dr Nevenka R. Elezovic completed her PhD in 2005, from University of Belgrade. She is currently Research Professor at the Institute for Multidisciplinary Research, University of Belgrade. Her research interests include: Nanostructured materials and alloys for low temperature fuel cells and water electrolysis application - green energy production. Since 2013 she is served as representative of Serbia and member of the European board in European Academy of Surface Technology, She has published more than 40 papers in reputed peer reviewed journals of eminent Publishers such as Elsevier, Royal Society of Chemistry, The Electrochemical Society and more than 70 conference papers. She has been serving as a reviewer for: Energy and Environmental Science, Applied Materials and Interfaces, Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Electrochimica Acta, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, RSC Advances, PCCP, Chemical Communications, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, as well as adjudicative (senior) reviewer for Energy and Environmental Science, Journal of Materials Chemistry A and Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. She has given numerous invited lectures at the International conferences, recently at International Summit on Conventional and Sustainable Energies, March 30-31, 2018 Orlando, Florida, USA, Global Experts Meeting on Frontiers in Green Energy and Expo, October 14-16, 2019 Rome, Italy and Materials, the Building Block for the Future 3rd AAAFM-UCLA conference, August 18-20 2021.
City University of Hong KongHong Kong
Prof. Tu King Ning received his PhD on applied physics from Harvard University in 1968. He spent 25 years in IBM T. J. Watson Research Center as Research Staff Member as well as Senior Manager of Materials Science Dept. in Physical Science Dept. before he joined UCLA as a full professor in 1993. He retired in 2016 from UCLA as a Distinguished Emeritus Professor. Then, he went to Taiwan and became TSMC Chair Professor as well as an E-Sun Scholar in National Yang-Ming Chiao Tung University in Hsinchu for 4 years. Now, he is a Chair Professor in Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering as well as Dept. of Electrical Engineering in City University of Hong Kong. He is a member of Academia Sinica, Taiwan. His research interest has been about metal-silicon reactions, solder joint reactions, atomic layer reactions in nanowires, microbump reactions in 3D IC, kinetic theory in nanoscale materials, electromigration, and reliability issues in advanced packaging technology.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute USA
Dr. Mishra is the Kenneth G. Merriam Distinguished Professor of Mechanical Engineering, the Program Director of the Department of Materials & Manufacturing Engineering and the Director of the Metal Processing Institute at Worcester Polytechnic Institute [WPI]. He is also the Director of the National Science Foundation’s Industry/University Collaborative Research Center on Resource Recovery & Recycling – the first National Center of its kind. Brajendra received his Bachelor of Technology  degree in Metallurgical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kharagpur, India and his M.S.  and Ph.D.  in Materials Science from the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. Prior to joining WPI, Prof. Mishra was a Professor of Corrosion and Physico-chemical Processing in Metallurgical & Materials Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines [CSM] where he also served as the Associate Director of the Kroll Institute for Extractive Metallurgy. Prior to joining CSM in 1990, Prof. Mishra served at Tata Steel in India. Prof. Mishra was the President of faculty Senate at CSM and served as a Distinguished Chair Professor of Chemical Engineering at the Petroleum Institute in Abu Dhabi for six months. Dr. Mishra has authored over 500 technical publications in refereed journals and conference proceedings. He holds six patents and has authored/edited 19 books. Dr. Mishra is a member of TMS, ASM International, and NACE. He is a Fellow of ASM (2001) and TMS (2016). Mishra received the Distinguished Service Award from the Minerals Metals & Materials Society (2010) and the highest award of Honorary Membership form the Indian Institute of Metals (2008). Brajendra served as the 2006 President of The Mineral, Metals & Materials Society (TMS) of AIME and the 2011 President of Amer. Institute of Mining, Metallurgical & Petroleum Engineers. Dr. Mishra received the Presidential Citation of AIME in 2015.
Nanyang Technological University Singapore
Dr Long Yi graduated with PhD in materials Science from Cambridge University under full sponsorship of Overseas research scholarship (ORS), United Kingdom Cambridge trust, Graduate scholarship of Selwyn college. Her early career started with successful Lab-to-Fab technology transfer for local industries including Seagate Technology, the leading hard-disk company in the world. She has won 2016 TechConnect Innovation Award in Washington. Her publication record includes research articles, invited review papers and covered report articles in Science, Joule, Chemical Society Review, Advanced Energy Materials, Nano Energy, Advanced Functional Materials, ACS Nano, Etc. Dr Long Yi has a general interest in understanding the microstructure and property relationship and how these relate to the underlying mechanism aided by simulations. Her recent work is related with functional smart materials and devices in energy saving and flexible electronic devices. She is also working closely with industry partner to develop new technology.
Nanyang Technological UniversitySingapore
Galina Mihaleva is Associate Professor at the School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, where she teaches Technology, Art and Fashion. Her research investigates the physical and psychological relationship we have with garments or what she calls “wearable technology.” Mihaleva taught at Arizona State University for more than 15 years in costume design, where she often worked with renowned choreographers worldwide. She is the founder of Galina Couture in Scottsdale, Arizona where her team develops exclusive and unique collections making use of new materials. Mihaleva received the Rumi award in the US and won first place at Tiffany’s Paris Fashion Week, 2016.
Geo Mining LLC Syria
Dr. Abdulsalam Turkmani is the General Director at Geo Mining L.L.C, Damascus-Syria. Currently he is working as Quarries Manager in Cement industry at Al Badia Cement, Damascus-Syria. He served as Senior Geological Consultant in . Ceramic industry at Cham ceramic, Masa Ceramic Company, Damascus-Syria and also Director of the Geological Survey. His main interests are in Petrography, Petrology, Mineralogy. Volcanology. Geochemistry. Sedimentology. Economic geology. Ceramic and Cement technology.
University of BresciaItaly
Costantino De Angelis, Director of the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Brescia, Italy, is visiting the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy as an Abbe School of Photonics Visiting Professor in July 2012. During his stay he will give two lectures. Costantino De Angelis (CDA) obtained the Laurea Degree in Electronics Engineering from the University of Padova in 1989 (110/110 cum laude) and the PhD in Telecommunication Engineering from the University of Padova in 1993. He has been lecturer at the Department of Mathematics and Statistics of the University of New Mexico in 1993. He has been assistant professor at the University of Padova between 1994 and 1997 and invited professor at the University of Limoges in 1998. In 1998 CDA has been appointed by the Department of Electronics for Automation of the University of Brescia to establish a team responsible for teaching and research activities in the area of electromagnetic fields and photonics. Today the team (Electromagnetic Fields and Photonics Group, http://nora.ing.unibs.it) is a ten people team, well known both at the national and at the international level for its achievements in the area of Nonlinear Optics and Nanophotonics. The team is now attracting an average funding rate of roughly 200 k€ per year. Since 2004 CDA is Full Professor of Electromagnetic Fields at the University of Brescia. In 2010 and 2011 CDA has been appointed as a visiting professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston. Since 2010 CDA is serving as Director of the Department of Information Engineering of the University of Brescia. The research activity of CDA over the past 20 years has led to the publication of more than 130 papers on international refereed journals, over 150 contributions at international conferences, including more than 20 invited presentations. Some of his papers have contributed to the early stage of new research developments in the field of discrete nonlinear photonic periodic structures and related devices.
Institute of Electrophysics UB RASRussia
Prof. Sokovnin Sergey Yur’evich was born in 1960 in Tomsk, Russia. He graduated from the Tomsk Politechnical Institute in 1983 with the diploma of engineer-physicist. After graduating he worked in Institute of High Current Electronics of Siberian Branch of RAS (Tomsk) as an engineer and junior researcher (since 1985). Since 1986 he works in the Institute of Electrophysics Ural Branch RAS as junior researcher. He graduated from the post-graduate courses of the IEP UB RAS and got a degree of Candidate (1994) and Doctor of Technical Sciences (in Electrophysics) in 2005. Since 2011 he is the leader of the Electrophysics Technology Group IEP UB RAS. He participated in the development of a number of high-current electron accelerators and bremsstrahlung generators with an intermediate inductive energy store and an exploding wires, as well as with a plasma opening switch. He developed radiation’s methods for measuring electron beam parameters, including the braking radiation of the electron beam. He developed several repetitive nanosecond electron accelerators with a semiconductor opening switch and a thyratron magnetic energy compression circuit, which work in the Russian and foreign scientific institutions, and they also are introduced in production. He is carrying out work aimed at applying a repetitive nanosecond electron beam to conduct chemical reactions, perform sterilization, and clean water. He developed method and setups for radiochemical sterilization of hermetically packed medical instruments and liquid, powdered or granulated materials in food industry. He developed a method for production of nanopowders, including evaporation of a target by a pulsed electron beam, condensation of the vapor of the material in a low-pressure gas, and deposition of nanopowders on a large cold square crystallizer. By this method, it is possible to produce oxide nanopowders with the characteristic size of 3-5 nm and nanopowder agglomerates with the characteristic size of 20-200 nm having the specific surface of up to 338 m2/g at the production rate of up to 10 g/h and the specific energy consumption of less than 120 Wh/g.
S.B. Jain Institute of TechnologyIndia
Dr. D. P. Kothari obtained his BE (Electrical) in 1967, ME(Power Systems) in 1969 and Ph.D. in 1975 from BITS, Pilani, Rajasthan. From 1969 to 1977, he was involved in teaching and development of several courses at BITS Pilani. Earlier Dr. Kothari served as Vice Chancellor, VIT, Vellore, Director in-charge and Deputy Director (Administration) as well as Head in the Centre of Energy Studies at Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi and as Principal, VRCE, Nagpur. He was visiting professor at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Australia, during 1982-83 and 1989, for two years. He was also NSF Fellow at Perdue University, USA in 1992. He also taught at Melbourne University Australia for one semester in 1989. Field of Specialisation – Power Systems / Energy Systems. Research Areas of Interest – Electrical Power System Engineering with special interest in System Analysis,Load Flow, Economic Load Dispatch, Computer Control and system Optimization,Reliability,Water Management,Stability,EnergyConservation,Minimum Emission Dispatch,Security and Contingency Analysis, Unit Commitment,Maintenance scheduling,PlanningandManagement of Rural Energy Systems, Urban Energy Planning,Conventional & renewable energy sources.
University of North DakotaUSA
Sabah Javaid received Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering from the University of North Dakota, USA, 2022. She was a US-Pakistan Knowledge Corridor scholarship program Ph.D. scholar at university of North Dakota. Her Research interest includes biomaterials, machine learning specifically biomaterials application for bone tissue engineering.
Regional Institute of OncologyRomania
Dr. Dragoi has completed her PhD in Chemistry from the “Claude Bernard” Lyon 1 (Institut de Recherches sur la Catalyse, currently, IRCELYON), France, and postdoctoral studies in nanomaterials from the Technical University of Iasi, Romania. For 17 years, she (i) studied the surface reactivity of silica-based nanomaterials (i.e., mesoporous silica, zeolites) and LDHs and (ii) developed nanocatalysts supported on ordered mesoporous silica and LDHs. Since 2018, she joined the Regional Institute of Oncology, Iasi as senior scientific researcher and nanomedicine group coordinator where she transfers the savoir-faire in nanomaterials to medicine. She has published more than 35 papers in reputed journals.
Institute of Materials Researchand Engineering IMRE- A*STARSingapore
Yasmin Mohamed Yousry received her B.Sc. degree in Electrical Engineering from Alexandria University in 2011. She received her M.Sc. degree in Materials Science from Alexandria University in 2014. In 2016, she joined both the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE-A*STAR), Singapore, and Mechanical Engineering Department of the National University of Singapore (NUS) for her PhD degree received in 2020. In 2020 she was a postdoctoral fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. USA. From June 2021 until present, she is a research scientist in Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE)- Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore. Her research interest includes fundamental science of electromechanically active materials, energy harvesting and sensing applications of ferroelectric and piezoelectric nanomaterials.
University of Sao PauloBrazil
Prof. Agnieszka Pawlicka obtained her master at Warsaw University of Technology in Poland and her Ph.D. in Chemistry (Physical Chemistry) at the University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil in 1993. She is currently Professor at the University of São Paulo. She has published 190 full papers in professional journals and 22 conference proceedings. She is the author of three books and four patents and has received 17 awards. In 2014 she received the scientific title of Professor of Chemistry from President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski. She participated in several scientific international events and was a visiting professor at Warsaw University of Technology in Poland in 2008 and at the University of Malaya, Malaysia in 2011; in 2012-2013 and in 2015 she was a visiting scholar at the lab of Prof. Jerzy Kanicki of the EECS - University of Michigan, MI, USA. She is a member of the editorial board of two international journals and referee of more than 30 magazines and Brazilian and other international science sponsoring agencies. She was adviser of 20 master theses, 12 PhD dissertations, and six post-doctoral fellowships. Moreover, she was a head of the Culture and Extension Commission at Institute of Chemistry of São Carlos, University of São Paulo (IQSC, USP) and Coordinator of Post-graduation course at Science and Engineering of Materials at USP. Her major is chemistry and materials science with an emphasis on materials for electrochemical devices and development of electrochromic windows. She also started with development of biodegradable hydrogels based on natural polymers for application in agriculture. The keywords related to her works are solid polymeric electrolytes, natural polymers, electrochromic devices, thin films, conducting polymers, electrochromism, and ion conduction.
National University of SingaporeSingapore
Ayman Mahmoud Mohamed received his B.Sc. degree in production mechanical engineering from Alexandria University in June 2010. He received his M.Sc. degree in materials science from Alexandria University in June 2014. In August 2015, he joined both the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE-A*STAR), Singapore, and the School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) of the Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He received his PhD degree in Materials Science and Engineering from NTU in 2019. Mohamed holds the following positions: research fellow at National University of Singapore — Centre for Nanofibers and Nanotechnology, Singapore and visiting research fellow at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA. USA. He is now working as a scientist for Drip.AI in Singapore.
Sao Paulo Faculty of TechnologyBrazil
Luciana Reyes Pires Kassab is a 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 30 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, radiation shielding), 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-wave-infrared 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 3000 citations, h =30 web of science), invited book chapters, edited books, senior member of the Optical Society (OSA) and of the National Institute of Photonics/ CNPq
Prof. Mishra teaches various subjects at undergraduate and postgraduate levels related to the field of Physics and Electronics Engineering. His area of expertise is in Optical fiber communications and nonlinear optics. He earns his doctorate from Indian institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University (IIT, BHU) on “Optical Waveguide” (2001). He has completed two decades in academic organizations India and abroad. He is involved as Project Leader/Investigator for various projects funded by the DST, DRDO, India and Ministry of Science and Technology E-Science MOSTY Government of Malaysia. Dr. Mishra was active member and secretary of High Speed Broadband Network (HSBN) and Chairman of Optical Communication Group (OCG) at Multimedia University and UTAR Malaysia. He is a reviewer and editorial board member for internationally recognized journals He served as reviewer for external research granted projects under DST, India Dr. Mishra has published more than 100 SCI/SCOPUS indexed international journals, author of two books and has attended many National/international conferences. His research interests include optical fiber communications, optoelectronics devices, nonlinear optics, optical sensors, optical amplifier, Antenna and Metamaterials.
Rajiv Gandhi University
Dr. Jyoti Jaiswal is an Assistant Professor of Physics at Rajiv Gandhi University, Arunachal Pradesh, India, since April 2021. She has worked as a full-time Postdoctoral Fellow (Lady Davis Fellowship) at The Racah Institute of Physics, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel during September 2020-April 2021. She has also worked as CSIR-Postdoctoral Research Associate at Institute Instrumentation Centre (IIC), Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, India during February 2019-August 2020. Jyoti earned Ph.D. degree in Experimental Condensed Matter Physics (Nanoscience and Nanotechnology) form IIT Roorkee India in January 2019. Her research interests lie in developing novel nanostructured thin films of various materials such as 2D materials (TMDs), Oxides, Metals, Carbides, Nitrides, etc. by PVD techniques, porous silicon by electrochemical anodization, and Perovskite material by spin coating in evolving a range of nanophotonic, optoelectronic, nanoelectronic, and biomedical and bio/chemical sensing devices. She explore nanomaterials fundamental properties like microstructural, compositional, surface, electrical, optical, electronic and electrochemical by using a range of characterizing tools and application setups. She is a potential Reviewer of several known National/International Journals of publishing like Springer, Optical Society of America (OSA), and Elsevier. She has done her M.Tech. (Optoelectronics and Optical Communication) from IIT Delhi in 2013, and M.Sc. (Physics) from DDU Gorakhpur University in 2010, India.