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Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied SciencesUSA
Michael J. Aziz is the Gene and Tracy Sykes Professor of Materials and Energy Technologies at the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. His recent research interests include novel materials and processes for electrical energy storage and CO2 capture and sequestration. He directs multi-investigator research programs on stationary electrical energy storage and porous electrodes. He is co-inventor of the organic aqueous flow battery and, in 2021, co-founded Quino Energy, an aqueous organic flow battery startup, where he is Chief Scientist and a member of the Board. He is a Fellow of the American Physical Society, the Materials Research Society and the American Association for the Advancement of Science and is the co-recipient of the 2019 Energy Frontiers Prize from Eni. He served as the faculty coordinator for the Harvard University Graduate Consortium on Energy and Environment, for which he developed a quantitative course on energy technology for a group of students in diverse disciplines. He is authoring a textbook, “A First Course on Energy Technology: Depletable and Renewable Resources, Interconversion, and End Usage”
Technical University of MunichGermany
Ralph M. Kennel was born in 1955 at Kaiserslautern (Germany). In 1979 he got his diploma degree and in 1984 his Dr.-Ing. (Ph.D.) degree from the University of Kaiserslautern. From 1983 to 1999 he worked on several positions with Robert BOSCH GmbH (Germany). Until 1997 he was responsible for the development of servo drives. Dr. Kennel was one of the main supporters of VECON and SERCOS interface, two multi-company development projects for a microcontroller and a digital interface especially dedicated to servo drives. Furthermore he took actively part in the definition and release of new standards with respect to CE marking for servo drives. Between 1997 and 1999 Dr. Kennel was responsible for "Advanced and Product Development of Fractional Horsepower Motors" in automotive applications. His main activity was preparing the introduction of brushless drive concepts to the automotive market. From 1994 to 1999 Dr. Kennel was appointed Visiting Professor at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (England, UK). From 1999 - 2008 he was Professor for Electrical Machines and Drives at Wuppertal University (Germany). Since 2008 he is Professor for Electrical Drive systems and Power Electronics at TechnischeUniversitaetMuenchen (Germany). His main interests today are: Sensorless control of AC drives, predictive control of power electronics and Hardware-in-the-Loop systems. Dr. Kennel is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Fellow of IET (former IEE) and a Chartered Engineer in the UK. Within IEEE he is Treasurer of the Germany Section as well as Distinguished Lecturer of the Power Electronics Society (IEEE-PELS). Dr. Kennel has received in 2013 the Harry Owen Distinguished Service Award from IEEE-PELS, the EPE Association Distinguished Service Award in 2015 as well as the 2019 EPE Outstanding Achievement Award. In 2018 Dr. Kennel received the Doctoral degree honoris causa from Universitatea Stefan cel Mare in Suceava (Romania). Dr. Kennel was appointed “Extraordinary Professor” by the University of Stellenbosch (South Africa) from 2016 to 2019 and as “Visiting Professor” at the Haixi Institute by the Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2016 to 2021.
Founder & CEO, Alquist 3D and Atlas Community Studios USA
Zack grew up in rural southeastern PA. Armed with degrees in Theater and Philosophy from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, he had zero job prospects, so he moved to London to pursue theater. Two years later his visa expired, and he did what every other American theater major does he moved to NYC. Zack spent 8 years in Brooklyn running theater companies and working in restaurants to determine that NYC didn’t need another theater or restaurant, and he looked around to see that he was in a homogeneous bubble. Knowing there were many people who thought differently than he did, he went on a 22-city road trip across America over the summer of 2007 and settled in Des Moines, IA. Knowing no one in Iowa, Zack got to work meeting as many artists as he could in order to found the Des Moines Social Club in 2009, a non-profit arts and education center that hosted thousands of arts related events. In 2020, Zack, along with his partners, created Atlas Community Studios, a placemaking and economic development group working in 25+ states. Zack founded Alquist 3D at the same time in order to solve the rural housing crisis. Alquist 3D is printing affordable housing across the nation, starting with the first owner-occupied 3D home in the world in Virginia. He serves on the boards of Iowa Public Radio and the Iowa Rural Development Council. He lives with his wife Sarah and their three kids Mira, Benjamin, and Fiona in Iowa City. Zack is an Opinion Contributor for The Hill and his work has been written about in the New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, NBC News, CBS Evening News, Axios, Time Magazine, Architecture Digest, The Independent, Politico, The Atlantic, and dozens of community publications. Zack loves exploring rural communities, producing new pieces of theater, creating restaurant concepts, and has an unhealthy passion for the Philadelphia Eagles.
Polytechnic University of Valencia Spain
Prof. Dr. Manuel Alcazar-Ortega obtained his Ph.D. in Industrial Engineeringfrom the Polytechnic University of Valencia (Spain) and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineeringfrom the University of South Florida (USA). Currently, he is a Professor and Deputy Director of the Department of Electrical Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Valencia (UPV).Previously, he worked at the company RWE Deutschland AG in Germany as electrical engineer within the Department of New Technologies and he hold the position of Research Assistant Professor at the State University of New York at Buffalo (USA), where he was the Director of Smart Energy Systems and Demand Response in the Power Center for Utility Explorations. He has been an Associate Teaching Lecturer at the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Energy of the University “Miguel Hernandez” of Elche (Spain). Furthermore, he has participated as a guest lecturer for the Master in Energy and Sustainability at the University of Vigo (Spain), the Master of Energy Management at the National University of Itapua (Paraguay) and the Postgrad Course on Smart Grids at the National University of Engineering at Lima (Peru). At UPV, he has been part of the Institute for Energy Engineering since 2004, where he works in different lines of research related to the study of smart grids and microgrids, the characterization of the demand patterns of energy consumers and the active participation of demand in electricity markets.In this area, he is author of more than 50 publications in international JCR-indexed journals, conference proceedings and other scientific media.
Ferhat Abbas University (UFAS) Algeria
Prof. Abdelghani Harrag was born in Setif, Algeria. He received Engineer, Magister and PhD Degrees in Electronics from Ferhat Abbas University (UFAS), Setif, Algeria, in 1995, 1998 and 2011, respectively. In 1998, he was awarded the best Magister thesis prize in Electronics by UFAS. He worked as Project Manager during more than 10 years in France with French and American Societies. He is the creator of the standard Arabic language on all mobile and intelligent systems sold by Alcatel Lucent all over the world including Arab countries from Atlantic ocean to Arabic gulf. He taught at University Pierre Mendes France and Joseph Fourier, Grenoble, France, at Mohamed Boudiaf University, Msila, Algeria and Ferhat Abbas University Setif 1, Algeria where he works currently as Full Professor. His research interests mainly concerned renewable energy, intelligent control, heuristic and evolutionary optimization, embedded systems and signal processing. He is a reviewer for several international journals like IEEE: TII, Access, IAS, TIE, TSTE, JESTIE; Elsevier: EGY, IJHE, EPSR; Springer: JATM, AJSE, IJST; Wiley: IJNM, Wiley: FC, ITEES, ETEP; Francis and Taylor: IJMS, IJSS, EPCS; IOS: JRSE. In addition, he is an active member of several international conferences organization and scientific committees. He is the head of the Mechatronics laboratory as well as the leader of the renewable energy team.
The University of HuddersfieldUK
Len Gelman, PhD, Dr. of Sciences (Habilitation)joined Hudders field University as a Professor, Chair in Signal Processing/Condition Monitoring and Director of Centre for Efficiency and Performance Engineering, in 2017 from Cran field University, where he worked as Professor and Chair in Vibro-Acoustical Monitoring since 2002. Len developed novel condition monitoring technologies for aircraft engines, gearboxes, bearings, turbines and centrifugal compressors. Len published more than250 publications, 17 patents and is Co-Editor of 12Springer books. He is Fellow of:British Institute of NDT, International Association of Engineers and Institution of Diagnostic Engineers, Executive Director, International Society for Condition Monitoring, Editor-in-Chief, International Journal of Engineering Sciences (SCMR),Chair, annual International Condition Monitoring Conferences, Honorary Co-Chair, annual World Congresses of Engineering, Co-Chair, International Congress COMADEM 2019 and Chair, International Scientific Committee of Third World Congress, Condition Monitoring. Len is Editorial Board member of the International Journal “Electronics”, the International Journal “Sensors”, the International Journal “Energies”, the International Journal “Insight”,the International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration, the International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management,the International Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences, the International Journal Vibration and Acoustics Research and the International Journal Signal, Image and Video Processing. He was Chair,First World Congress, Condition Monitoring, Chair, Second World Congress, Engineering Asset Management and Chair, International Committee of Second World Congress, Condition Monitoring. Len is Chair of International CM Groups of ICNDT and EFNDT and Member of ISO Technical Committee, Condition Monitoring.
CEO at Renewable Ocean Energy USA
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University of HongkongHongkong
Professor Vladimir G. Chigrinov is Professor of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology since 1999. He is an Expert in Flat Panel Technology in Russia, recognized by the World Technology Evaluation Centre, 1994, and SID Fellow since 2008. He is an author of 6 books, 31 reviews and book chapters, about 317 journal papers, more than 668 Conference presentations, and 121 patents and patent applications including 36 US patents in the field of liquid crystals since 1974. He got Excellent Research Award of HKUST School of Engineering in 2012. He obtained Gold Medal and The Best Award in the Invention & Innovation Awards 2014 held at the Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) 2014, which was hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 20-22 Feb 2014. He is a Member of EU Academy of Sciences (EUAS) since July 2017. He got A Slottow Owaki Prize of SID in 2018. He is 2019 Distinguished Fellow of IETI (International Engineering and Technology Institute). Since 2018 he works as Professor in the School of Physics and Optoelectronics Engineering in Foshan University, Foshan, China. 2020-2024 Vice President of Fellow of Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence (IDSAI) Since 2021 distinguished Fellow of Institute of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence.
Hasan AYDOGAN is a professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Selcuk University of Konya, TURKIYE. He has a Ph.D. from the Department of Automotive Engineering at Selcuk University. He currently serves as editor-in-chief Journal of the Renewable Energy Sources Energy Policy and Energy Management. He has been a reviewer in many SCI-indexed journals. He has studies on internal combustion engines and alternative energy sources. He is the head of automotive engineering. He has published numerous technical papers, two books in Mechanical Engineering, Energy
Nitte Meenakshi Institute of TechnologyIndia
Dr P K Dash is a dedicated Aerospace Professor and Head in Department of Aeronautical Engineering, NMIT, Bangalore, India. He has 33yearsof academic carrier with both administrative and academic like Dean, Principal, Director of Research and Head of the Department. He has several academic and research excellence like awarded as best teacher, published 50 plus journal papers in International and National level and similar numbers in national and international conferences, carried number of funded research projects, guided more than 100 students both from UG, PG, and Ph. D. He has been awarded with Aerospace Division awards, best researcher awards, and number of research papers awards. He is the member of several professional bodies (13) like AIAA, ASME ERPS etc. and academic council like BOS, Academic Council, Senate, and Advisor. He conducted 13 National level conferences and 7 international level conferences and also worked as panel members for several International and National Level conferences. He has delivered 7 Keynote address, presided as Chair on number of international conferences. Currently he is associated with quite a few National and International committees like IOC, AIAA, PTC of (SSC), Board Members of IE(India), etc. His interest is to dedicatedly involve with aerospace engineering and expand its horizon to all the dimensions of Globe with a vision of good numbers of aerospace professional for future.
Director of the Virginia Center for Housing Research (VCHR)USA
Dr. McCoy is Beliveau Professor and Associate Director of the Myers-Lawson School of Construction (MLSoC) and Director of the Virginia Center for Housing Research (VCHR) at Virginia Tech. He previously held the Preston and Catharine White Fellowship. Dr. McCoy has authored hundreds of articles and has been a primary investigator on millions of dollars in funded projects, including ‘green’ residential construction practices, building technologies, affordable housing and safety practices in the construction supply chain. Notablefunded endeavors include: 1) The Commonwealth of Virginia's Executive Order 32 study "Addressing the Impact of Housing Affordability for Virginia’s Economy"; 2) HUD's " Impact of Market Behavior on the Adoption and Diffusion of Innovative Green Building Technologies," A Sustainable Communities Research grant; 3) HUD's "Strategies for Promoting Innovation in Housing"; 4) NIOSH's “The Case for a Whole Industry Approach to Safety,” a grant on safety across cultures and sectors of the construction industry; 5) Housing Virginia's "The Impact of Energy Efficient Construction for LIHTC Housing in Virginia" and 6) Virginia Housing's "Printing for Affordable Concrete housing and Training (PACT)" which developed the first affordable, owner-occupied house in the world using 3D concrete printing. Dr. McCoy’s research won Virginia’s Game Changer Award and Engineering News Record's "Top 20 under 40.” Dr. McCoy's work also won the ASCE Journal of Architectural Engineering’s "Top Paper Award" and the American Real Estate Society conference’s "best paper prize for the topic of Sustainable Real Estate." Dr. McCoy has 20 years of experience in the construction industry, including 8 years of field experience and 4.5 years owning his own design-build firm. He still holds a Class A license in the state of Virginia.
University of BirminghamUK
AL-DADAH, Raya (F) is a reader in sustainable energy technologies in the School of Engineering at the University of Birmingham. She was awarded BSc in Mechanical Engineering in 1985 and PhD in Electrohydrodynamic enhancement of boiling heat transfer in 1994. She took lectureship position at UoB in 1995, promoted to senior lecturer in 2014 and to a reader in 2019. She has more than 25 years research experience in sustainable and clean energy systems for various applications including heating, cooling, electricity generation and water desalination / treatment. She is a fellow of the Institute of Refrigeration, fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers and member of the Higher Education Academy (UK). She has researched and supervised research projects and published over 150 papers in reputable journals and international conferences with H index of over 30. She is a member of several research groups in UK including “Sustainable Innovations in Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating” (SIRACH) and “Sustainable Thermal Energy Management” (SusTEM)). Dr. AL-Dadah is a member of the Birmingham Energy Institute (BEI) with access to the institute research facilities. She has the following research interests: • Heat powered adsorption heat pumps for energy storage, cooling, heating, power generation and water desalination using advanced adsorbent materials namely Metal Organic Framework (MOF).Metal Organic Frameworks (MOFs) are meso-porous materials with exceptionally high porosity, well-defined molecular adsorption sites, large surface area (up to 5500m2/g compared to 1000 m2/g for silica gel) and superior water uptake capacity (up to 1.5kg/kg).As MOFs structures can be constructed with a diversity of metal clusters/ions and organic components to generate porous materials with high surface area, they possess more advantages to tune their properties via structure design. Moreover, the modification of MOFs via functionalisation or post-synthetic modification could offer routes to enhance their properties for heat storage.With more than £3M funding from DECC (HS28), British Council, Innovate UK and EPSRC and Qatar National Research Foundation she developed a number of MOF materials and small-scale prototypes of adsorption heat pumps for energy storage, heating, cooling and water desalination. With funding from the department of energy and climate change (DECC, now called BEIS), Dr. AL-Dadah developed an adsorption energy storage system to store the off-peak, cheap night time electricity to be recovered for heating of domestic houses during the day. • Harnessing solar energy: Developing efficient methods of harnessing solar energy based on concentrated Photovoltaic cells (silicon cells as well as multi-junction cells) for both electricity and heat energy production (PVT and CPVT). The research involved integrating concentrated PV cells with heat powered thermodynamic systems like Organic Rankine Cycle for additional electricity generation and adsorption systems for cooling and water desalination
Kyung Hee UniversitySouth Korea
Suk-Ho Choi is a professor in Department of Applied Physics at Kyung Hee University. He received BS degree from Seoul National Univ. and MS/PhD degrees from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. He spent sabbatical years at National Institute of Standards and Technology in USA, Australian National University, and Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology. He worked as a director at Institute of Natural Sciences at Kyung Hee University for 10 years, and was appointed as Fellow Professor from 2009. Prof. Choi has been involved in areas of fabrication and characterization of semiconductors over the last 4 decades. During this time, he has designed, developed, and constructed various chemical vapor deposition (CVD) systems including graphene/2D materials CVD, and PL/EL, I-V, C-V, dark- and photo-conductivity systems. In recent years, Prof. Choi has established two major areas of research, one on the optical and electrical properties of low- dimensional materials such as quantum dots/nano wires/Graphene/2D materials and their hetero structures, and the other on fabrication/characterization of the low-dimensional- materials-based electronic and optical devices including LEDs, solar cells, piezoelectric cells, photo detectors, non-volatile memories, and sensors. He has published over 230 papers in the relevant research area.
Vasudevanpillai Biju studied chemistry at CSIR-RRL and the University of Kerala and obtained his Ph.D. in 2000. After postdoctoral research in Japan and the USA, he was a scientist in AIST, Japan. He was also a visiting scientist at the University of Texas at Austin and a JST PRESTO Researcher. Since February 2016, he has been a Professor at Hokkaido University. His research interests include semiconductor quantum dots, photo-functional molecules, and single-molecule techniques. His research activities are recognized with various awards by the Ozaki Foundation (Gennai Award), the Japanese Photo chemistry Association, the Asian and Oceanian Photochemistry Association, and the Chemical Society of Japan. Since 2011 he has been a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Applied Solar Expertise-ASEGermany
Winfried Hoffmann graduated in physics and worked in the PV field since 1979. Until 2005 he was CEO of "Angewandte Solarenergie - ASE GmbH (later RWE SCHOTT Solar GmbH) which was at the time one of the 5 biggest solar cell and module producing companies globally. In 2007 he joined Applied Materials to become Chief Technology Officer and Vice President of the Solar Business Group and member of the Management Board of the German based Applied Materials GmbH. From November 2010 until 2012 he served with his consulting company Applied Solar Expertise - ASE to the solar business of Applied Materials. He was member of the supervisory board of SMA Solar Technology AG and chairman of the supervisory board of Solar-Fabrik AG. He served many years until 2008 as member of the Board of the German Solar Economy Association (Bundesverband Solarwirtschaft – BSW Solar), at last as president. Until March 2014 he was for 17 years member of the board and half of this time president of the European Photovoltaic Industry Association (EPIA, today SolarPower Europe). He was member of the Board of Trustees of the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW), the Fraunhofer institute ISE (Institute for Solar Energy) and Helmholtz Center Berlin (HZB) as well as chairman of the scientific board of DLR Institute of Networked Energy Systems. He is currently member of the Board of the EPC-company Solnet Group, and member of the Scientific Board of the Institute for Solar Energy Research in Hameln (ISFH). Since 2011 he gives lectures about 100% Renewable Energy at the universities Konstanz, Freiburg and Hannover. In 2012 he received the John Bonda prize from EPIA and the prestigious “European Becquerel Prize for Outstanding Merits in Photovoltaics” from the European Commission. The World Renewable Energy Network (WREN) awarded him as “Solar Pioneer” in 2014. In 2019 he was recognized by the Solar Business Club as “Visionary Solar Advocate”.
Brunel University LondonEngland
Hamid Bahai received his PhD degree in 1993 in Computational Mechanics from Queen Mary College, University of London. Between 1993 and 1995 he worked as a Senior Research Engineer at T&N Technology where he was involved in research and development work on a number of projects for the automotive and aerospace industries. This was followed by a period at Halliburton Inc during which time he carried out design and analysis of a number of major offshore structures. In 1996 he moved to the aerospace industry by joining Astrium, an aerospace subsidiary of European Aeronautics Defence and Space company, where as a senior scientist, he played a leading role in conducting design, mathematical modelling and computational analysis of Euro3000 space craft structures and Ariane launcher / spacecraft adapter. It was during this period that he was made a Fellow of the Institute of Mechanical Engineers for his technical contributions and services to the scientific and engineering communities. In 1998 he returned to academia and joined Brunel University as a lecturer. He was promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2004, Reader in 2005 and Professor in Computational Mechanics in 2009. He has led a number of research projects covering a wide range of topics in the area of Computational Mechanics and has published over 140 papers on various themes in the field. In 2014 Hamid Bahai was appointed as the Head of the newly formed Department of Mechanical, Aerospace and Civil Engineering at Brunel University London and in 2019 was appointed as the Director of Brunel’s Institute of Materials & Manufacturing. Hamid Bahai’s many theoretical and applied contributions include the development of a new type of non-linear shallow shell strain based finite element and a novel inverse eigenvalue formulation for optimising the vibratory behaviour of structures. His current research interests include development of non-linear finite element formulations and algorithms for fluid-solid interaction and multi-scale continuum-particle numerical simulations. He acted as principal investigator and the chair of government and industrial jointly funded consortiums to work on a high performance computational fluid-solid coupled structural analysis projects. The output of a number of analytical models developed by Hamid Bahai and his co-workers have now become international benchmarks in the scientific community and industry. He has conducted consulting work in the field of structural integrity for many UK and International companies and has given invited talks and courses the world over on various topics in structural computational mechanics. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the European Journal of Computational Mechanics.
Soshu Kirihara is a doctor of engineering and a professor of Joining and Welding Research Institute (JWRI), Osaka University, Japan. In his main investigation “Materials Tectonics as Sustainable engineering” for environmental modifications and resource circulations, multi-dimensional structures were successfully fabricated to modulate energy and materials flows effectively. Ceramic and metal components were fabricated directly by smart additive manufacturing, design and evaluation (Smart MADE) using high power ultraviolet laser lithography. Original stereo lithography systems were developed, and new start-up company “SK-Fine” was established through academic-industrial collaboration
Bin Zhu, Ph.D. Chief scientist in Jiangsu Provincial Key Laboratory of Solar Energy Science and Technology/Energy Storage Joint Research Center, School of Energy and Environment, Southeast University. Zhu got PhD at Chalmers University of Technology (Chalmers) in 1995, followed a postdoc in Uppsala University (Angstrom Lab.) during 1995-1998. Since 1998 he started the research as principal investigator at KTH and became associate professor/senior researcher in KTH from 1999 until 2018. 2018-now, as a visiting professor position in Loughborough University, UK and a lecturer professor in Xian Jiaotong University. 2020-now, Southeast University. He has published about 400 research papers, citation over 10700, H-index 56. Together with Prof. Peter Lund, Aalto University as the recipient of 2018 WSSET (World Society of Sustainable Energy Technologies) Innovation award for Power Generation. He is one of the Most Cited scholars in China (Elsevier) since 2014. He serves as co-editor-in- chief for Energy Materials and Sustainable energy journals. His current research interests lie in the energy conversion, especially next generation semiconductor membrane fuel cells, joint fuel cell and solar fuel or battery science and technology based on Semiconductor-Ionics and Semiconductor Electrochemistry, where electron-ion coupling can enhance ionic transport, multi-charge transfer and super proton transport processes, in addition to surficial and interfacial superionic conduction, nano-redox process and nano-redox generator leading to high ion-flux energy devices and technologies for green and sustainable energy applications.
Mohammed V UniversityMorocco
Dr Eng Sara Belarouf received his PhD in Mechanics and Energetics at the Mohammed V University in Rabat, Morocco in 2021, with a thesis dedicated to energy efficiency in buildings. After obtaining a The Brussels Faculty of Engineering Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) research fellowship in 2019, Currently an Phd researcher in the research laboratory in Morocco & Belgium and editor in chief of the scientific journal.
Technical University BerlinGermany
Paul Grunow received his PhD from the Technical University Berlin and Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin at the age of 30 and did postdoctoral work at COPPE/UFRJ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is the managing director of Trinity Solarbeteiligungen GmbH, an investment company for renewable energies. He co-founded and worked at three companies in the field of photovoltaics, i.e. Solon, Q-Cells and PI Photovoltaik-Institut Berlin. He has published more than 12 papers in reputed journals.
Julien Gaume received his Ph. D. in Physical Chemistry in 2011 at Clermont-Ferrand University (France) on the photochemical behavior of polymer/clay nanocomposites used as organic solar cell encapsulant. He joined CEA-INES in 2012 to work on the development of lightweight and flexible c-Si photovoltaic modules, especially for building, aeronautic and space applications. He is author or co-author of around 10 publications and contributed to almost 30 patents in the field of photovoltaic.
University of CoimbraPortugal
Rui Pedroso de Lima holds a M.Sc. in Civil Engineering from the University of Coimbra (Portugal), with specialization in Hydraulics, Water Resources and Environment. During his Master Thesis, Rui addressed the measurement of flow velocity by developing a method using infrared thermography for shallow flow characterization and visualization. Most of the experimental component was conducted at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas (USA). After his studies, Rui worked at an environmental agency in Portugal, where he was involved in inspecting and renewing operating licences for waste water treatment plants. In 2014, Rui worked at Deltasync (The Netherlands), where he contributed to a study where the potential of the expansion of cities into the water using sustainable floating solutions was assessed. He was then involved on a project to study the effects of floating structures on water quality and ecology. For this purpose, a novel using an underwater remote controlled drone equipped with several water quality sensors was developed. Since then (2015) Rui joined Indymo (The Netherlands), a spin-off startup created to pursue novel applications of unmanned vehicles in the water system, with close-interaction with water authorities in The Netherlands. Since then, Rui has conducted water quality measurement campaigns in hundreds of locations in The Netherlands, and also abroad (Europe, Asia, Africa, South America). Rui has published his work in several journals (including works in indexed scientific journals), and is part of multiple associations for Water Resources, as well as a researcher of MARE: Marine and Environmental Sciences Centre (Portugal).
Korea Institute of Energy ResearchSouth Korea
Deukwon Kim is Research Engineer at Korea Institute of Energy Research, where he has been since 2017. He received a B.S. from Inha University in 2015, and an M.S. from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology.
University of Moulay IsmailMorocco
BOUKHLIFI Fatima is a research professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University MOULAY ISMAIL, Meknes, MOROCCO. She is a member of the research team Materials and Applied Catalysis (MCA) and a member of the board of the laboratory chemistry biology applied to the environment at the University Moulay Ismail. She has published more than 40 articles in international and national journals in the different fields of materials, energy, agriculture...etc. She is the author of several chapters on the valorization of some wastes for sustainable water treatment and for their reuse as bio fertilizer. She has published 3 patents filed and accepted on nano-composites and composites with organic matrix and fiber reinforcement, particles ... etc. She has joined more than 50 conferences and symposia at international and national level. She is on the editorial board of some journals. She has been the leader of a research project on the production of electricity from solid waste. She has directed 10 PhD theses. She is also a member of the technical committee of many conferences. Her current research topics are the valorization, recycling and sustainable treatment of solid and liquid waste. The valorization of waste as a forgotten asset is done in different fields such as composite/nanocomposites materials and the production of renewable energy.
University of BejaiaAlgeria
YOUNES SAHRI was born in Mostaganem (Algeria), on December 1, 1993. Received his Master degree in Electrical Engineering Industrial Electricity from the University of Boumerdes, Algeria, in 2017. He has obtained the Doctoral degree in 2021. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor at the University of Bejaia in the Electrical Control field and working on a PhD degree in different research areas. He has published several Research Papers in recommended revues and has participated in many International Conferences. His research interests include: Renewable Energy Sources; Electrical Machines; Nonlinear, Intelligent Power Control and Energy Management, Fuzzy/Neural Network and Neuro-Fuzzy, Hybrid Energy Systems.
Kalloum Slimane has completed his PhD at the age of 45 years from Mostaganem University, Algeria and postdoctoral studies from Mostaganem University School of chemistry. He is the director of Laboratory of energy, environment and information system. He has published more than 20 papers in reputed journals and has been serving as an editorial board member of repute.
Czech Technical UniversityPrague
Dr. Youcef Belkhier received his Master’s degree in automatic from the University of Bejaia, Algeria, in 2017 and Ph.D. from the same university in 2021. He currently works as researcher at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. His research interests include design and testing of electrical machines and their control, renewable energy systems and Internet of Things.
Iran University of Science and TechnogyIran
I am an academic staff in the Department of Energy systems engineering (School of Advanced Technologies (New Technologies), Iran University of Science and Technology) since 1992. I also have a B.Sc. degree from Ferdousi Mashhad University and M.Sc. qualification from the Sharif University of Technology in Mechanical Engineering. I also obtained my Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Sheffield University in the UK. My research interests are in energy systems optimization.
University of West Bengal India
Mrs. Shreya Shree has completed her Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Electrical Engineering from West Bengal University of Technology and perusing her Master of Technology (M. Tech) in Power and Energy Systems Engineering from Mizoram University, India. Her current research includes Power System Economics, Renewable Energy Integration, Congestion Management, Smart Grid, Electricity Market and Energy Management. She has already published many research papers in International Journals (Elsevier, Springer, T&F etc.) and Conferences in the field of power system and congestion management.
ACECR- Khajeh Nasir Toosi University BranchIran
Dr. Sam Roozbehani was born in Tabriz, Iran, in 1985. He received BS and MS degrees in Electrical Engineering in 2007 and 2011, respectively. He obtained his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Tabriz (Tabriz, Iran) in 2019. He is with the Renewable Power Generation Research Group at Academic Center Education, Culture and Research (ACECR), Khajeh Nasir Toosi University of Technology Branch (Tehran, Iran) since 2011, currently as an Assistant Professor and also Deputy of Research. He teaches courses in the areas of power electronics, power electronics control and electrical machines. He has published more than 30 articles in peer-reviewed journals and conference proceedings. He has fulfilled over 20 industrial related research projects in the fields power electronics and electrical machine application in renewable energy. He has been served as an active reviewer for different scientific journals. His research interests include microgrids, control of power electronics in renewable energy, grid code and integration of renewable energy into the power grid.
Sultan Qaboos UniversityOman
Amer Al-Hinai obtained his M.Sc. and Ph.D. degree from West Virginia University, USA in 2000 and 2005. Dr. Al-Hinai is an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering and the Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Postgraduate Studies & Research (DVC-PSR) at Sultan Qaboos University, Oman. He was a Visiting Professor at Masdar Institute (MI) of Science and Technology, UAE from 2012 to 2016. He was the founding Director of the Sustainable Energy Research Center (SERC) at SQU from 2017-2021. He is a senior member of IEEE since 2011, Chairman of the IEEE – Oman Section 2014-2018, and holding a Consultant grade as classified by the Oman Society of Engineers. He served as a Member and the Chairman of the Authority for Electricity Regulation, Oman during 2011 - 2017. Dr. Al-Hinai served as a Presidium member of the Energy Regulators Regional Association (ERRA) during 2016-2017. He received many awards, including Recognition by SQU during the University Day (2020) for SQU distinguished researcher award, (2013, 2014, and 2020) for research & international award, (2015) several Best Paper Awards: GCC Power (2019), JEEIT (2019), UAE Graduate Students Research Conference(2011 and 2015), IECON (2013). He was recognized as one of the pioneers in the Engineering Practice in the Gulf, Bahrain. He secured many internal and external research grants, notably from the Masdar Institute (MI), The Research Council (TRC), Oman, His Majesty’s Trust Fund (HMTF) for Strategic Research, British Petroleum (BP), Petroleum Development Oman (PDO), OXY, etc.. His research interest spans diverse energy-related areas such as energy production, renewable energy resources, power systems, energy efficiency, management, and conversion. He was the keynote and Invited Speaker on various aspects of Renewable Energy in Oman, UAE, and Switzerland. He is credited with 110 journal papers and conference proceedings with 1344 citations, h-index 19, and i-10 index 33. Dr. Al-Hinai is Editor of the International Journal of Renewable Energy Technology and served as Guest Editor of several special topics in reputable international journals.
University of LimaPeru
Mohammad RashedHasanPolas is currently working as a researcher in Institute of Scientific Research and Graduate School, Universidad de Lima, Lima, Peru. Furthermore, he is working as an adjunct faculty at Sonargaon University, Dhaka, Bangladesh. He is also a PhD candidate of Management at the Center for Post Graduate Studies, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology, Malaysia. Moreover, he is the author of several papers in International Journal of Organizational Analysis, Journal of Enterprising Communities, Journal of Public Affairs, and International Journal of Management Practice and Global Journal of Flexible Systems Management, Environment, Development and Sustainability and so on. He participated in several national and international conferences/seminars. He is an active editorial board member at several international reputed journals. His research interests lie inGreen Energy, Green Innovation, Knowledge Management, Artificial Intelligence, and Sustainability.
Islamic Azad UniversityIran
Reza Alayi currently works at the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University Germi Branch. Research interests can be cited renewable energy (Solar and Wind)-energy management in buildings and industry.
University of Malaya Malaysia
Manzoore Elahi M. Soudagar received his Ph.D. Degree in Renewable Energy from Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His research interests include biodiesel production technologies, diesel engine characteristics, nanotechnology and solar energy. He has four years of extensive research experience, he has published total of 97 Articles (Oct’2021),95 published in Web of Science, Clarivate Analytics (ISI/SCI/SCIE); 4 in Scopus indexed Journals; 18 Web of Science/Scopus Conference Proceedings, four book chapters and one patent, with 1700 citations, 22 h-index and cited as most influential researcher in AD Science. He is SI guest editor of Materials, MDPI, Energies (2), MDPI, Tech Science and Frontiers of Mechanical Engineering, Frontiers. He is reviewer of several journals in Elsevier, BV; Springer-Nature; Wiley; Taylor and Francis publishers.
Kyungpook National University,South Korea
Dr. Abhinandan Routray is currently working as Post-Doctoral Researcher at Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea. He received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) BHU Varanasi, India. His research interests include Wind Energy, PV converters, Modular Multilevel converters, dc–dc converters, design of power electronics converters for electric vehicle, renewable energy and model predictive control. He has published several articles in IEEE Transactions, IET Journals and reputed IEEE international conferences. He is an active reviewer of many reputed journals like IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics/Power Electronics/Industrial Informatics/Industry Applications, IET Power Electronics and IEEE conferences; ECCE-USA, PMED-UK, IECON, AFORE-21, PEDES-India. He has presented many articles at IEEE conferences held in USA, UK and Korea.
Government College UniversityPakistan
He currently working as Ph.D. (scholar) at Government College University, Faisalabad Pakistan. I have received my MS degree in Energy Engineering and bachelor's degree in Electrical (Power) Engineering. My research interest includes Energy Generation, Renewable Energy Technologies, Photovoltaic System, Hybrid Energy System, Energy Management System, Distributed Generation, and Grid Integration. I have published several articles in international journals like the International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Sustainability, and Energies. I have presented many articles at Conferences held in Pakistan
King Abdullah University of Science and TechnologySaudi Arabia
Dr. Tao Zhang received his Ph.D degree from King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in 2021 and he is currently working as a postdoctoral fellow in the Red Sea Research Center. As a young scientist in his early career, accurate modeling and efficient, robust simulation have always been the main focuses of Tao's research and a rich output is recognized with numerous publications and high citations. His contributions can be concluded as multi-scale, multi-domain, multi-physics and multi-numerics numerical modeling and simulation of multi-component and multi-phase fluid flow in porous media and the wider extension to related applications in space energy, energy transportation and the next-generation energy. Tao stands for one of the first steps into the application of deep learning algorithms in the petroleum industry, and he has extended the deep learning technique in other directions, including reservoir geometry characterizations and pipeline dispatching. Until February, 2022, Tao has published 17 papers in high level peer-review journals as the first author, and co-authored other 14 journal papers. In 2020, Tao published a book with Elsevier and Gulf Publishing, “Reservoir Simulations: Machine Learning and Modeling”, which has won a good reputation, and in 2022, Tao published an approved U.S. patent as the second contributor (after his advisor). The number of citations has reached 370 with the h-index as 12. Besides, Tao has been recognized as the best paper, best poster or young scientist medal in a number of international conferences, and served as the chair or general secretary in a number of international conferences or workshops.
Northern Technical UniversityIraq
Rana Zubo, Ph.D. Dr. in the area of operation and planning of distribution networks with penetration of renewable sources was presented her title by the University of Bradford, UK, in 2019. She is an assistant professor of electrical power systems at the Northern Technical University, Iraq. She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from The University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq, in 1998 and 2006, respectively. Rana is an honorary member of the founder’s committee of the International Multi-Disciplinary Conference (IMDC). She also proudly holds the title of Member of organising Committee of 3rd & 2nd Annual Innovative Engineering Research Conference (AIERC) 2019, Bradford, UK as well as Member of Technical Committee of 5th international scientific conference on advanced engineering technologies ISC-AET2020. Rana also has multiple publications in highly prestigious and widely acclaimed journals such as IEEE Systems Journal, Applied Energy, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews and IET Renewable Power Generation regarding her current interests in renewable energy, power system operation, and control and optimization. Furthermore, she is an Associate Fellow of Higher Education Academy, UK, since 2014 and has been a member of the Iraqi Engineering Council since 1999.
Assistant Professor in Economics, Nuh Naci Yazgan (NNY) University, Faculty of Business and Economics, Dept. of Economics, Kayseri, Turkey-September, 2015-September 2016. Assistant Professor in Economics, Antalya Bilim University (ABU), Faculty of Business and Economics, Dept. of Economics, Antalya, Turkey- September, 2016- 14 July 2017. Assistant Professor in Economics, Siirt University, Faculty of Business and Economics, Dept.of Economics, Siirt, Turkey- January 2018- April 2019. Associate Professor in Economics, Siirt University, Faculty of Business and Economics, Dept. of Economics, Siirt, Turkey- April 2019- Still.