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Director-Asia Climate Change Education CenterKorea
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: Mobile +82 10 3647 2959, Office +82 64 722 9508 1. Current Position o March 2012 – Present: Director of Asia Climate Change Education Center o January 2013 – Present: Acting Director of Jeju Secretariat, UNESCO World Network of Island and Coastal Biosphere Reserves o March 2012 – Present: Emeritus Professor of Environmental Sociology at Jeju National University, South Korea
Director-Adelaide’s Andy Thomas Centre of Space ResourcesAustralia
Prof. Dr. Volker Hessel studied chemistry at Mainz University; Ph.D. in organic chemistry, 1993. In 1994 he entered the Institut für Mikrotechnik Mainz, Germany (IMM). In 2002, Prof. Hessel was appointed Vice Director R&D at IMM and in 2007 as Director R&D. In 2005 and 2011, Prof. Hessel was appointed as Part-time and Full Professor at Eindhoven University of Technology, respectively. In 2018, Prof. Hessel was appointed as Deputy Dean (Research) and Full Professor at the University of Adelaide, Australia. He is the Research Director of Adelaide’s Andy Thomas Centre of Space Resources. He is a part-time professor at the University of Warwick/UK (2019-). Prof. Hessel’s research focuses on new microfluidic and plasma-catalytic process concepts as well as the application thereof in Health, Chemistry, Energy, Space, and AgriFood. He is has published 512 peer-reviewed papers (h-index: 76). He received the AIChE Award “Excellence in Process Development Research” in 2007, ERC Advanced Grant “Novel Process Windows” in 2010, ERC Proof of Concept Grant in 2017, IUPAC ThalesNano Prize in Flow Chemistry in 2016, FET OPEN Grant in 2016, and ERC Synergy Grant 2018. He was the authority in the 35-man teamed Parliament Enquete Commission "Future of the Chemical Industry" in Nordrhine-Westfalia/Germany.
Director - Rhode Island Transportation Research Center USA
Kang-Won Wayne Lee, Ph.D., P.E., F. ASCE Professor III of Civil & Environmental Engineering Director of Rhode Island Transportation Research Center (RITRC) Co-PI of USDOT Region 1 Univ. Transportation Center (UTC) - TIDC Co-Founder of New England Transportation Consortium (NETC) University of Rhode Island (URI), Kingston, RI 02881, USA email@example.com Kang-Won Wayne Lee is a faculty of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CVE) and RITRC Director at URI. He worked as CVE Director of Graduate Studies from 1996 to 1999 and served as Chairperson from 2005 to 2008. He also served as Chairman of the URI Research Council from 1990 to 1991, and a URI Faculty Senate Executive Committee member from 1992 to 1994. In 1992, Prof. Lee established the RITRC, the recipient of a $12 million research grant under the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century (TEA21) in 1998 and served as R&D Director for the URI Transportation Center (TC) Grant Program from 1999 to 2003. He also has been working with the consortium of the University of Maine and received USDOT Region 1 UTC – Transpiration Infrastructure Durability Center grant ($14.7M) in 2018. Prof. Lee earned his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Seoul National University in 1974. During his college years, he served in the Korean Army for three years. Following two years of consulting work as a civil engineer for Lyon Associates and TAMS Inc., he returned to academia and earned his M.S. degree in Geotechnical Engineering from Rutgers Univ. in 1978. After briefly working as a highway construction inspector for the NJ Department of Transportation (DOT), he continued his post-graduate education and received his Ph.D. degree in Transportation Engineering from the University of Texas at Austin in 1982. He assisted Late Prof. Thomas W. Kennedy who developed Superpave asphalt mix-design during and after his doctoral program. He began his higher education teaching career at King Saud University in 1982 and joined the URI faculty in 1985. Prof Lee’s research interests are focused on Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure and Systems (ITIS), Sustainable Infrastructure, and Energy. He is a founding member of the New England University Transportation Center (NEUTC) at MIT and the New England Transportation Consortium (NETC). He also initiated a joint research program between URI and RIDOT in 1986. He is a founder of the Bituminous Materials Committee (BMC) of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and served as chair for 1999-01. He has been a member of the Pavement Committee, an ETG for the LTPP Data Analysis Contest, and currently serves as a paper reviewer for Journal of Transportation Engineering and Journal of Civil Engineering Materials. He served as President of the RI Section for 2006-07 and has been elected as an ASCE Fellow in 2008. Prof. Lee was a member of several committees of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) including AFK40 and AHD25, and currently is a member of AKG90 - Stabilization of Geomaterials and Recycled Materials, AKM30 – Asphalt Materials Selection and Mix Design, and AKT30 – Pavement Maintenance. Other professional memberships include ASTM, AAPT, ITE, and ASEE. He serves as a paper reviewer for the TRR, Journal of AAPT, ASTM Journal of Geotechnical Engineering., ARR, and other technical publications and conferences.
Prof. Dr. Hosam Bayoumi Hamuda is working at Óbuda University. He is Environmental Microbiologist and Soil Biotechnologist dealing with the interactions between the microbiomes and the environment for increasing soil quality and saving the soil from pollutants as well as how benefits to using the wastewater sludge in agriculture. His investigations are on the role of waste management, on soil quality, fertility, crop production, and environmental impacts related to the application of organic wastes to the soil to assess: Soil quality, microbial inoculants; nitrification inhibitors, and crop quality; Monitorization of organic matter; measurements of rhizosphere and soil microbial biomass and enzymatic activities in wastewater sludge amended soils; root systems and microbial composition in the polluted environment and roles of engineered metal oxide nanoparticles in the biosphere. Also, he is interested in the role of environmental quality and the relation between gut microbiomes on human health. Research Interest: Waste management; Soil: Biotechnology; Protection; Sustainable; Biodiversity, Plant Growth-Promoting Rhizomicrobiota (PGPR); Colonization of PGPR; Microbial inoculants in the rhizosphere; Econanotoxicology; environmental quality and relation between gut microbiomes on human health as well as the modern biology topics.
Chief ScientistGeophysical Center of RASRussia
Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences (RAS), a well-known scientist in mathematical geophysics, geomagnetism, geoinformatics, and system analysis of geophysical data, the author of 440 scientific papers, including 16 monographs and 15 certificates of authorship. The main scientific results of Acad. Gvishiani: the theory of stability of dynamic classifications for geological and geophysical problems, systems clustering methods and recognition of abnormal areas on time series, discrete mathematical approach to the evaluation of magnetic activity, the family of voting algorithms to detect possible locations of strong, significant and strongest earthquakes. He revived and initiated the active development of the Russian segment of INTERMAGNET observatories in Russia and CIS countries. Acad. Gvishiani is Chief Scientist of the Geophysical Center of RAS, Member of the Interdepartmental Coordination Council for International Scientific and Scientific-Technical Cooperation of the Presidium of RAS, Deputy Academician-Secretary of the Department of Earth Sciences of RAS, Chairman of the Scientific Council of RAS for the Studies of the Arctic and Antarctic, Head of the National CODATA Committee, Head of the National Geophysical Committee of RAS, Deputy Head of the RAS Committee for Systems Analysis (KSA), Chief Editor of the "Russian Journal of Earth Sciences". Acad. Gvishiani is a Full Member of the European Academy of Sciences (Academia Europaea), Honorary Scholar of the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), Honorary Member of the Romanian Academy of Engineering and Technical Sciences, Regular Member of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine; Professor of the Lomonosov Moscow State University and the Paris and Strasbourg Institutes of Physics of the Earth.
Founding DirectorUniversity of NottinghamMalaysia
Ir. Dr. Dominic Foo is a Professor of Process Design and Integration at the University of Nottingham Malaysia and is the Founding Director for the Centre of Excellence for Green Technologies. He is a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE), a Fellow of the Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM), a Chartered Engineer (CEng) with the Engineering Council UK, a Professional Engineer (PEng) with the Board of Engineer Malaysia (BEM), as well as the President for the Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering (APCChE). He is a world-renowned scholar in process integration, focusing on resource conservation and CO2 reduction. He collaborates with more than 50 research scholars and industrial practitioners in Asia, Europe, North America, and Africa. Professor Foo is an active author, with eight books, more than 180 journal papers, and made more than 230 conference presentations, with more than 30 keynote/plenary speeches. Professor Foo is the Editor-in-Chief for Process Integration and Optimization for Sustainability (Springer Nature), Subject Editor for Process Safety & Environmental Protection (Elsevier), and editorial board members for several other renowned journals. He is the winner of the Innovator of the Year Award 2009 of IChemE, Outstanding Young Malaysian Award 2012 of Junior Chamber International (JCI), Outstanding Asian Researcher and Engineer 2013 (Society of Chemical Engineers, Japan), and Top Research Scientist Malaysia 2016 (ASM).
University of Lisbon Portugal
Pedro Mota Machado activity is focused on planetary sciences, namely the study of solar system’s planetary atmospheres. After graduating in Physics at Universidade de Lisboa he completed a master’s in Astrophysics at the same university. He obtained his PhD degree at the Paris Observatory (2013) and the University of Lisbon, with a thesis on Characterization of the Dynamics of the Atmosphere of Venus with Doppler velocimetry. Currently, he continues his research on atmospheric dynamics using Doppler velocimetry techniques, cloud tracking methods, atmospheric waves characterization and atmospheres' chemical retrieval (NEMESIS). Recently, he has started to adapt a Doppler velocimetry method, based on high-resolution spectra to other solar system planets' atmospheres (Mars, Saturn, Jupiter and Titan). He is working in the process of adaptation of this method to different wavelength ranges, as is the case of the infrared (CARMENES, IRTF). He, and his group, optimized tools to retrieve winds at cloud top region using Doppler velocimetry. These techniques enabled the first ground-based direct measurement of the latitudinal profile of zonal wind in the atmosphere of Venus, first direct instantaneous measurements of latitudinal wind profiles in the visible(VLT UVES). Fibre-based high-resolution spectra (CFHT ESPaDOnS, HARPS-N TNG and VLT ESPRESSO) allowed the comparison with simultaneous cloud tracking measurements using VEx VIRTIS and AKATSUKI produced two kinds of relevant results: (1) characterization of the latitudinal zonal wind profile and its variability, (2) retrieval of instantaneous winds and detection of the presence and evolution of wavelike phenomena. It has been possible to obtain the first detection of a poleward meridional wind flow. He observed Venus' night-side in the near infrared and also used images taken from MESSENGER flyby to Venus. He is lecturer at Lisbon University. He dedicated himself in past years to foster and consolidate the planetary atmosphere's research. Present main topics include: collaboration with AKATSUKI space mission, atmospheric wave characterization (VEx, MEx), Gas Giants atmosphere's study with VLT ESPRESSO, UVES, and CASSINI. He is the responsible investigator (PI) of P-TUGA research project (planetary atmospheres). He is Co-I of ESA's ARIEL space mission, PI of ARIEL Portuguese consortium and leader of ARIEL WG on synergies between Solar System and Exoplanetary atmospheres. He is an invited scientist on Akatsuki space mission (JAXA). He took part in the coordination of the BepiColombo flybys to Venus (2020 and 2021) observational campaign. He is PI of ESA's PRODEX project under the framework of Portuguese participation on ARIEL space mission. Finally, he his the Portuguese representative for the new selected ESA's mission EnVision and leader of the national related support consortium.
Dr. Suiliang Huang is a Professor of College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Nankai University, heading Numerical Simulation Group for Water Environment. He earned all his degrees in China. Prior to joining Nankai University in 2003, he worked in National Centre for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, The University of Mississippi as a visiting research scientist, Institut de Mécaniques des Fluids, Université Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg as a Post-Doc., Department of Civil and Structural Engineering, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University as a research associate and Institute of Environmental Science, Beijing Normal University as an associate professor. His research interests are on the water environment and water environment simulation, as well as on the mechanics of sediment transport and sediment-associated pollutants transport-transformation. He has published more than 50 papers in peer-reviewed international journals and 200 papers in Chinese journals.
Arnon Medzini (Ph. D - SOAS University, London 1998) is an Associate professor (2017) at "Oranim" Academic College of Education. Serve as Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities (2004-2012) (two terms) and Head of the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies: (1992-1999; 2003-2007; 2012-2020). His main research interests include Economics, Political and Settlement Geography in Israel and the Middle East, Human-Environment interaction in the Middle East, Water crisis in the Middle East, Nomads and Bedouin, Political Maps and perceptual maps, Israel's geography of borders and borders walls and their influence on international migration. Published in the field of Geography Education and Political Geography, including his books "The river Jordan: Frontiers and water" and "The Euphrates: A shared river".
University of Napoli Federico IIItaly
Benedetto De Vivo is a retired Full Professor of Exploration & Environmental Geochemistry of Univ. of Napoli Federico II. He serves now as Full Prof at Private Univ on Line Pegaso, Napoli, Italy; he is also appointed as an Adjunct Prof at Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA, USA; Nanjing Univ, China; Hubei Polytechnic University, Huangshi, China. He has been Chief Editor of Journal of Geochemical Exploration (Elsevier) from 2007 to 2016, and Geochemistry-Exploration, Environment, Analysis (Geol. Soc. London) from 2017 to 2018; and member of the editorial board of different other international journals. Recipient of the 2019 Gold Medal of the Association of Applied Geochemists awarded for outstanding scientific contributions and achievement in applied geochemistry. He has published 300 papers, 30 educational publications, 33 Monographs; he has an h-index of 51 (Google Scholar) and 44 (Scopus) edited 36 special volumes of different journals; 7 textbooks (in Italian) in geochemical prospecting and environmental geochemistry.
Head - Space Research laboratoryPulkovo ObservatoryRussia
Biography Abdussamatov Habibullo Ismailovich: born October 27, 1940, in Samarkand. Education: Samarkand State University (1962), faculty of physics and mathematics; graduate courses in Leningrad State University (1965-1967); postgraduate course in Pulkovo Observatory of the RAS (1966-1969). He works in Pulkovo Observatory since 1964: researcher trainee, junior researcher, senior researcher, leading researcher, and head of the Space Research laboratory. Now – head of the Space Research Sector of the Sun and head the Lunar Observatory project on Monitoring of the Climate. He first time directly detected the observed TSI quasi-bicentennial variation. Also in 2004-2005, the first time scientifically substantiated the start of a new Maunder-type Grand Deep Minimum for both solar activity and TSI in 2043±11 with a subsequent deep global temperature minimum in 2070±11, which are justified. He is featured on page 140 of the 2009 U.S. Senate Report of More Than 700 Dissenting Scientists Over Man-Made Global Warming. The European Scientific Industrial Chamber in 2013 awarded him with a gold medal and presented a DIPLOMA DI MERITO for exceptional achievements (No. 0188). He is the author of some 200 publications, including four scientific monographs and Book chapter “The New Little Ice Age has started”, also seven scientific patents.
Associate ChairRyerson UniversityCanada
Biography_Elsayed Elbeshbishy Dr. Elsayed Elbeshbishy is an Associate Professor and the Associate Chair of the undergraduate program at the Civil Engineering Department at Ryerson University. He is the President-elect of the Canadian Association on Water Quality (CAWQ) for the Central Region in Canada and an Executive Committee member of the Canadian National Committee of the International Water Association (CNC/IWA). He is also a Governing Member-IWA Canada. Dr. Elbeshbishy’s research focuses on developing new technologies for value-added products recovery from wastes. Dr. Elbeshbishy’s areas of expertise include anaerobic digestion, pretreatment technologies, fermentation process, and solid waste management. Dr. Elbeshbishy focuses on developing new solid pre-treatment technologies to enhance the anaerobic digestion and dark fermentation processes. He is the director of Environmental Research for Resource Recovery Lab.
University of IllinoisUSA
Leslie M. Golden Biography: Retired as a professor from the physics department at the University of Illinois, Chicago, Leslie M. Golden is currently a Senior Research Scientist with the Center for Computational Astrophysics in Oak Park, Illinois. He holds the B.S. with Distinction and the Masters of Engineering Physics from Cornell University, and the M.A. and Ph.D in astronomy from the University of California, Berkeley. A Renaissance man, Professor Golden is the author of Laboratory Experiments in Physics for Modern Astronomy (Springer) and Never Split Tens! (Springer), a biographical novel based on the life of the mathematician who developed card counting at blackjack. In preparation are The Body Shapes of Extraterrestrials and Other Essays in Astronomy, Physics, and the Environment; Venusian Casino Junkets and Other Essays in Mathematics and the Probabilities of Gambling; and Fibonacci Man and the Meaning of Life: Essays in the Life Sciences, all under contract for publication in 2023 by World Scientific Publishing. His The Scientific Approach to Creativity: The Techniques of the Chicago School of Improvisational Theatre is under contract for 2022 publication by McFarland & Co.
University of the Aegean Greece
Assist. Professor Dr. Z. Ioannou has graduated from the School of Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA). In 2011, he received his Ph.D. from the same university. Zacharias Ioannou is currently a researcher and lecturer at the University of the Aegean. His research interests focus on adsorptive materials (activated carbons, molecular sieves, minerals), the remediation of waters and soils from organic compounds (phenols, nitrophenols, dyes, etc) and heavy metals (Cd, Pb, Cr), the valorization of agri-food wastes and the management of greenhouse gases emissions from industries. He has authorized and co-authorized many papers in peer-reviewed international journals, conferences, and chapters in books.
Universidad de Sonora Mexico
Awarded with the Doctor Honoris Causa degree by the International Organization for Inclusion and Educational Quality. Level two in the National System of Researchers of CONACyT. Six occasions as distinguished 2004-2006-2008-2010-; 2012-; 2014-2015; QUALIFIED TO AUDIT AND IMPLEMENT INSTITUTIONS MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS by Mexican Accreditation Entity (EMA: ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management Systems; ISO 14001: 2015 Environmental Management System; ISO 21001: 2018 Management System for educational organizations; ISO 50001 Energy management systems; Certification in labor competence in the EC0217-CONOCER Competency Standard (teaching of training courses in a group face-to-face manner; Member of the Inter-secretarial Commission for Biosafety of Genetically Organisms Modified in Mexico.
Andrés Bello University USA
Edmundo Muñoz is an environmental engineer and is a Ph.D. in engineering from the Universidad de La Frontera in Temuco. He is currently an associate professor at the School of Environmental Science and Sustainability of Andrés Bello University and a researcher of the Center for Sustainability Research of the same University in Chile. His research has been developed in life cycle assessment, mainly applied in circular economy, solid waste management, agriculture, construction, and cities.
Dr. Liuhua Shi is an Assistant Professor at Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University. She is an environmental epidemiologist. Her research focuses on employing massive datasets, including satellite-retrieved high-resolution environmental exposures and health data of all Medicare beneficiaries, to investigate how air pollution and climate change influence mortality and chronic conditions among the U.S. elderly.
University of AegeanGreece
BIOGRAPHY Miss Christina Galiouri graduated from the Department of Food Science and Nutrition of the University of Aegean, in 2020. Currently, she is attending doctoral studies at the same university. Her research interests focus on the scientific fields of agro-industrial by-products and their application in food science, activated carbons and other adsorptive materials, nanotechnology, and food packaging.
Agriculture and Agri-FoodCanada
Marie-Claude Gentès is a Dairy microbiology and processing research scientist from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. She has over ten years of experience in Research and development in the Canadian dairy industry. Dr. Gentès’ research aims to study dairy technology and processing in order to produce nutritious and high-quality fermented food in a more sustainable way. Dr. Gentès is also interested in the microbiology of milk and its impact on milk quality, cheese-making properties, and other fermented dairy products like yogurt at both laboratory and pilot plant scales
University of Osijek Croatia
Zdenko Lončarić is a Professor in Plant Nutrition and Fertilization at the Department of Agroecology and Environment Protection and Head of the Graduate Study Programme in English Digital Agriculture at the Faculty of Agrobiotechnical Sciences Osijek, Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia. He is currently Vice Dean for Education and Quality Control and during his career, he served as Vice Dean for Science, Head of Department of Agroecology, Member of University Council and Chairman of the Governing Council of College of Agriculture at Križevci, Croatia. His research interests include plant nutrition, fertilization, biofortification, soil chemistry, composting, organic fertilizer quality, and digital agriculture. Zdenko Lončarić was principal investigator of research projects Agriculture Contribution towards Clean Environment and Healthy Food, Climate change mitigation by optimizing nitrogen fertilization of field crops, Soil conditioning impact on nutrients and heavy metals in the soil-plant continuum, Agroecological model of soil and plant analysis interpretation. He is also a leader and principal investigator of ongoing projects Innovative production of organic fertilizers and substrates for growing seedlings and Application of innovative biological products in sustainable plant production technologies financed by the European Regional Development Fund. He is a member of the International Steering Committee of Plant-Soil Interaction at Low pH, International Society of Horticultural Science, Croatian Society of Soil Science, Croatian Society of Plant Biology, and Croatian Society of Agronomists. He is active in the transfer of technologies into agricultural production systems, in the creation and implementation of applied projects, and he is the founder and director of the Centre for Applied Life Sciences Healthy Food Chain Ltd, Osijek, Croatia.
University of Bern Switzerland
Dr. Anna Mahulu is a conservationist, ecologist, Biogeographer, Taxonomist and evolutionary biologist. Her research interest includes conservation of terrestrial and aquatic biodiversity, biogeography of freshwater invertebrates, taxonomy and radiation of Cichlids fish from large lakes in Africa. She is a deputy director of a non-governmental organization Save Nature for Life (SANALI) in Tanzania and a member of Women in Nature Network (WiNN). She is also a member of Organization for Women in Science for the Developing World (OWSD). Currently, works as a researcher at the University of Bern and Swiss Federal Institute of Aquatic Science and Technology (EAWAG), Switzerland.
Federal University of Catalao-Goias Brazil
Biography Ed Carlo Rosa Paiva Associate Professor at Federal University of Catalão - Goiás, Brazil Coordinator of Graduate Program of Civil Engineering Vice Coordinator of the Civil Engineering Course Coordinator of the Hydraulics and Sanitation Laboratory Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Qualifications Ph.D. in Agricultural Engineering (Water and Environmental Resources) in 2011, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil. M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Environmental Sanitation) in 2008, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil. Civil Engineering in 1997, Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil.
Pontifical Catholic University Brazil
Professor Ivani Catarina Arantes Fazenda at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo - PUC/SP. Graduated in Pedagogy from the University of São Paulo (1963), Master in Philosophy of Education from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (1978), Doctorate in Anthropology from the University of São Paulo (1984), and Full Professor in Didactics from UNESP (1991). Member of the CRIE (Centre de Recherche et intervention educative) of the University of Sherbrooke - Canada, founding member of the Luso-Brazilian Institute of Educational Science - University of Évora, Portugal and of the Paulista Academy of Education (chair 37). Coordinates the GEPI - Group for Study and Research in Interdisciplinarity. CNPQ researcher - level I since 1993 and INTERESPE since 2010. She has experience in the field of Education, with an emphasis on Teaching-Learning, working mainly on the following topics: interdisciplinarity, education, research, curriculum, and training. Among the countless books published, "Interdisciplinarity: history, theory, and research" stands out in its twentieth edition.
Hassan II University
Mohammed RIRI Ph.D. in physical chemistry, supported liquid membrane and Applied analytical chemistry, faculty of sciences, Hassan II University, Morocco. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Mohammed-Riri?ev=hdr_xprf # Associate researcher, Laboratory (GeMEV), Faculty of Sciences, Hassan II University, Morocco. # Member of the laboratory: Materials engineering for the environment and valuation (GeMEV), Faculty of Sciences, Hassan II University, Morocco. # International coordinator and representative of the multidisciplinary scientific research center (CIFRSP), Errachidia, Morocco. # Standard referee of some scientific journals. Best regards Dr. Mohammed RIRI, Mohammedriri@yahoo.fr GSM & WhatsApp : 00212667898763 FACULTY OF SCIENCES, HASSAN II UNIVERSITY CASABLANCA, MOROCCO
Dr. Weiqian Wang is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Saitama University(Japan). Her study is about air pollutants and ambient pollen allergens, etc., Especially for their complex reaction and health risk assessment research.
Amity University RajasthanIndia
Dr. Shweta Kulshreshtha is working as Asso. Professor in Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Rajasthan, Jaipur. She completed her Ph.D. from the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur, and PG from Cancer Hospital and Research Institute, Gwalior. She has 16 years of teaching, 1 year industrial, and 6 Years of research experience. She is a life member of the Association of Microbiologists of India, Association of Food Scientists and Technologists, STOXX – India. She has published many research papers in the International Journal of repute with a total of 415 citations with H index 9 and I- index 8, with the highest impact factor of 9.027. She has been awarded 2 patents. She is a reviewer in many National and International Journals and SERB, DST. She has delivered many invited talks at national and international conferences.
Borden Ladner Gervais LLP Canada
Jonathan is an Environmental Markets practitioner, focusing upon the intersection of environmental attributes, bio-economy, and energy transition issues across Canada and internationally. He leads the firm’s Alternative Fuels national initiative, promoting the growth of lower-carbon liquid, gaseous and solid fuels, including as they develop and are regulated under provincial and national clean fuel programs, as well as related climate change-related considerations. Jonathan is also a member of the firm’s Oil and Gas Steering Committee. He was counsel to Canada’s first zero-emissions municipal solid waste-to-energy project more than a decade ago and has been active in domestic and international greenhouse gas and carbon credit regimes, including the United Nation’s Clean Development Mechanism. Jonathan also spearheads BLG’s “Green Economy” client program, promoting energy transition, resource recovery and related environmental quality practices across a range of industrial and infrastructure sectors. As the first Sustainability Officer of the International Bar Association, Jonathan also leads the hydrogen initiative of the Section on Energy, Environment, Natural Resources, and Infrastructure Law of the IBA. Further, Jonathan co-chairs the Policy and Financing Workstream of the World Business Council Sustainable Development on its Circular Plastics & Packaging Program.
ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil Science India
Dr. Nisha Sahu is currently working as ARS Scientist at ICAR-Indian Institute of Soil Science, Bhopal, MP. She has qualified for ICAR JRF in Soil Science (ICAR) in 2007. She has qualified ICAR-NET (Soil Science/Fertility/Microbiology) and ICAR-Agricultural Research Service (ARS) in 2011. She obtained B.Sc. (Agriculture) from IGKV, Raipur in 2007, M.Sc (Agri), and Ph.D. (Soil Science & Agricultural Chemistry) from BHU, Varanasi in 2009 and 2012. She was first posted as a Scientist at ICAR-National Bureau of Soil Survey & Land Use Planning, Nagpur, Maharashtra. Presented papers in various National/ International forums. Her significant contributions were the development of Bhoomi Portal, image interpretation, digital image processing, soil-landscape analysis, and large-scale soil mapping using Remote Sensing satellite data in GIS environment.
University of Parthenope NaplesItaly
Amos is a transdisciplinary researcher/consultant of Industrial Ecology and Circular Economy. His work aims to map anthropogenic metabolisms to inform low carbon circular and just transitions. Amos is currently working as a Researcher on a European Commission-funded research project (Realizing the Transition to a Circular Economy) (ReTraCE). Amos’s current role is focused on understanding the environmental implications of a transition towards a decarbonized economy, with a particular focus on agri-food chains, construction, and energy sectors. Amos specifically relies on analyzing and understanding the associated environmental consequences of resource/material flows and energy stocks within the context of a system, while applying multiple methods including life cycle assessments, EMergy accounting, and stakeholder engagements. His work has been published in high-profile peer-reviewed journals such as the Journal of Cleaner Production, Science of the Total Environment, Energies, and in project deliverables for the European Commission. Amos is also enrolled as a Doctoral student at the University of Parthenope Naples, Italy, and is currently in his final year (to defend his thesis end of 2022). Prior, Amos worked as a sustainability consultant and possesses the much-needed international and vantage view on both local and international projects. In the past 8 years, Amos has worked with several companies and institutions in Southern Africa, Europe (Italy, United Kingdom), and North America (Canada).
University of FloridaUSA
Dr.Lili Du is an associate professor in the Department of Civil and Coastal Engineering, University of Florida. She also worked as an assistant and then an associate professor at Illinois Institute of Technology from 2012-2017, and as a Post-doctoral Research Associate for NEXTRANS at Purdue University from 2008 to 2012. Dr. Du received her Ph.D. degree in Decision Sciences and Engineering Systems with a minor in Operations Research and Statistics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in 2008. Dr. Du also received her MS degree in Industrial Engineering from Tsinghua University in 2003 and BS degree in Mechanical Engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 1998. Dr. Du’s research is characterized by integrating operations research, network modeling, game theory, control theory, machine learning, and statistical methods into transportation system analysis and network modeling. Her current research mainly focuses on connected and/or autonomous impacts, electrical vehicles, mobility on demand, resilience, big data analytics in traffic flow, and network analysis. Dr. Du’s research has been published in Transportation Research Part B, Part C, and Part D, IEEE Transactions on ITS, Networks, and Spatial Economics. Her research has been funded by National NSF, state DOT, and UTC. Dr. Du is a recipient of the NSF CAREER award in 2016. Her recent project “Driverless City” won the First Nayar Prize at IIT. She serves on the editorial boards for Transportation Research Part B, Part C, and IEEE ITS. Dr. Du is the active chair of the TRB Emerging Technologies in Network Modeling Subcommittee (AEP40-5) and ASCE-T&DI Artificial Intelligence Committee.
Jingjing Liang, the co-founder of the Global Forest Biodiversity Initiative (GFBI), has developed the first comprehensive global forest inventory database GFBi with more than 1.3 million sample plots. Dr. Liang has been working on connecting machine learning and big data in studying fundamental questions in biodiversity and ecosystem processes, ecological and socioeconomic impacts of biological conservation.