Prof. Natalia Vladimirovna Kamanina - Leader of the team, Head of the Laboratory for Photophysics of media with Nano objects at Vavilov State Optical Institute. She coordinates the job of the team, participate at all experiments and analyze the data. Scopus Author ID: 55980751700. H-index in Scopus is 20, in RINC (Russia) is 22. Web of Science, ResearcherID, Q-9959-2016. H-index in WoS is 20 N.V. Kamanina has current interest in the areas of investigations on inorganic soft materials of the UV and IR range, coatings, organic conjugated materials, liquid crystals, laser-matter interaction, fullerenes, carbon nanotubes, and biological objects. She has an experience in nanoparticles doping process of organics, in the recording of amplitude-phase thin gratings in thin films as well as in developing LC cells and spatial light modulators; she has experience in the optical limiting effect of laser radiation over visible and infrared spectral ranges, in medical applications of LC structures to orient human blood cell. She has published more than 200 scientific papers, 15 Russian and International patents, 5 books. In parallel with her scientific activity, she has been lecturing since 2001. She was a Professor of the St. Petersburg Electro technical University “LETI” (2001-current), a Professor of the St. Petersburg Technical University “IFMO” (2002-2013). She is (was) a supervisor of more than 30 Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree Students. She was a supervisor of 5 PhD-students: Sergei Serov, Natalia Shurpo, Svetlana Likhomanova, Alxander Kukharchik, and Pavel Kuzhakov, which successfully defenses their thesis on 2012-2018. At present time she is the supervisor of 2 bachelor's and 2 master’s degree students from LETI. Moreover, she is a leading researcher at the Kurchatov Institute – Nuclear Physics Institute (Gatchina). She is a member of the 3 scientific Councils: at Saint-Petersburg University, at Nuclear Physics Institute, and at Vavilov State Optical Institute.
Prof. Dr. Evgeny Nikolaevich Nikolaev was a professor of chemical physics at Skoltech, Skolkovo Innovation Center-Russia, Head of the Laboratory of Ion and Molecular Physics at the Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He worked as the head of the Laboratory for Mass Spectrometry of Bio-macromolecules at the Institute of Biochemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Evgeny was the lead scientific member of the Orehovich Institute of Biomedical Chemistry, Russian Academy of Medical Sciences. Previously he has researched at the Institute of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Evgeny has also taken up organizational roles, serving as an organizer and a member of the organizational committee for European conferences on mass spectrometry. He has organized three Moscow conferences for schools on Mass Spectrometry and participated as a member of the organizational committee for three international conferences on Genome, Proteomics, Bio-informatics, and Nano-biotechnology for Medicine. He did his bachelor’s and Ph.D. in chemical physics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. He holds the title “doctor of science” from the Institute of Energy Problems of Chemical Physics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has advised 20 Ph.D. students at the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. In all, he has published 162 articles and produced 35 patents. His current research activities include supercomputer modeling of ion cloud behavior in the accumulation and transportation of ions. Using mass spectrometry
Prof. Dr. Wen-Yih Chen is currently a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering and the Institute of System Biology and Bioinformatics, National Central University (NCU). He was the Chairman of the Department and was the Associated Dean of the Engineering School of NCU. He also was a visiting Professor at MIT, Monash University, and U. of Washington, Seattle. His research emphases have been on understanding the thermodynamics and kinetics between biomolecular interactions. With the principle understanding of the molecular interactions, he has successfully elucidated some biochemical separations and protein folding disease phenomena at the molecular level. Currently, he has devoted his research resources in biosensor development, especially in gene sequencing and biomarkers detection by Field Effect Transistor and Surface Plasmon Resonance. He has published more than 150 peer review papers and owned more than 45 patents, mostly in biosensor area. He is currently on the editorial board of Biotechnology Journal (SCI), Bioprocess and Bioengineering (SCI) and Atomic and Molecular Physics (SCI). He is one of the founders of a newly established company, Helios Bioelectronics Inc., Taiwan. He was award as2019 Outstanding Engineering Professor (傑出工程教授) by the Chinese Institute of Engineers and Outstanding research award（科技部傑出研究獎）, Ministry of Science and Technologies 2018. Also, he has won the “Golden Award of Invention”(發明金牌獎)Nuremberg Invention Exhibition, 2018. He is also the recipient of “Outstanding Research Award” and “Outstanding Academic Service Award” by the Society of Biotechnology and Biochemical Engineering, Taiwan in 2019 and 2017, respectively.
Prof. Dr. Pilar Marín Palacios Professor at the Complutense University of Madrid since 2021; Researcher at the Institute of Applied Magnetism since 1996 and Director of the Institute since October 2017. She is the author of 105 scientific publications, 20 patents, and director of 4 Ph.D. theses. Her publications have 2071 citations with an h=24 index. Author of 20 granted patents, 6 of them in exploitation by two technology‐based companies created for this purpose. She has participated as an invited lecturer or as an oral speaker in about 20 International Conferences. Her work focuses on the magnetic properties of amorphous magnetic wires and microwires, nanocrystallization processes of amorphous magnetic materials, exchange interaction, and magnetic sensors and biosensors. She completed her doctoral thesis at Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas and has done pre and postdoctoral research stays at MASPEC Institute in Parma, Max‐Planck Institute in Stuttgart, IFW Institute in Dresden, and the University of Sheffield. She was a Ramón y Cajal Researcher in the first call program in 2001. She has participated in more than 40 competitive research projects of national and international calls being Principal Investigator of European projects, INNPACTO, AVANZA, Community of Madrid, MICINN, and coordinator of a project of the "Science for Peace" NATO program. She has been the principal investigator in projects with the industry: Tecnatom, ADIF, Micromag 2000 S.L. and as a researcher with Dimetronic, CETREN, CEDEX, IKEA. She actively participated in the start‐up of the technology‐based company MIcromag 2000, S.L. achieving scalability in the manufacture of amorphous magnetic microwires and optimizing the product "Electromagnetic paint for radar attenuation" based on four patents extended to Europe and the USA and currently being commercialized. As a result of his latest research, his patent "Label, system and method for long-distance detection of objects" for the application of magnetic microwires in security labels has been licensed by the company "Innprotec Loss Preventions Technologies, S.L.", created by Pedro Ballvé Lantero for the exploitation of this patent. II Talgo Award for Technological Innovation (2001) and I Spin‐off Ideas Contest of the Community of Madrid in the area of New Materials, Nanotechnology, and Production Technologies (June 2003). 1st Technology and Knowledge Transfer Award, Complutense University of Madrid (First Prize in the Experimental Sciences and Engineering category). Evaluator of the H2020 Program of the European Union. Technical director of the start‐up and creation of the technology‐based company Micromag 2000, S.L. President since November 2018 of the Spanish Magnetism Club (CEMAG).
Prof. Antonio Hernando, Currently Professor Emeritus of the Complutense University, has been Professor of Magnetism at the same University since 1980 and Director of the Institute of Applied Magnetism (UCM-ADIF). Author of approximately three hundred scientific publications, seventeen patents and director of twenty-two doctoral theses. His publications have more than 14000 references with an index H=58. Researcher at the Naval Research Lab. in Washington and Visiting Professor at the Technical University of Denmark, at the University of Cambridge, and at the Max-Planck Institute in Stuttgart. Numerary Academician of the Royal Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences; Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of the Basque Country; Doctor Honoris Causa from the University of Cantabria. Gold Medal of the Royal Spanish Society of Physics; Miguel Catalán Research Award of the Community of Madrid; Fellow of the American Physical Society; Dupont Science Award; and "Juan de la Cierva" National Research Award. He has been Vice-chairman of the Magnetism Commission of the IUPAP, Editor of the Journal of Physics C . Condensed Matter. President of the Soft Magnetic Materials Conference. Editor of Biosensors Journal.
Dr. Camelia Bala serves as professor of Analytical Chemistry in the Faculty of Chemistry where she began her academic career in 1990. She received her doctoral degree in Chemistry from the University of Bucharest (1997). Since 2000, she is Director of R&D Center LaborQ and coordinates the research group working in analytical electrochemistry, nanostructured electrochemical interfaces, design, and characterization of electrochemical sensors and biosensors, Bioanalytical chemistry. She is a member of the editorial board of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220) and Chemistry Journal of Moldova (ISSN 1857-1727). In 2017 she was awarded by The Romanian Academy with “Nicolae Teclu”. Since 2011, she is the Director of the Doctoral School of Chemistry. Her research interests include: Sensors and biosensors addressing current emerging problems of clinical, food, and environmental importance, Bioanalytical chemistry focusing on investigations of basic biochemical mechanisms at bio-interfaces, biomimetic materials, and artificial receptors, Current projects include: (i) low-cost field-portable sensing platforms integrating biomimetic systems for rapid screening of undesirable substances in food and environment, (ii) novel electrode materials, nanostructured materials, surface–modified electrodes, and conducting polymers, (iii) electrochemical enzyme biosensors, (iv) acoustic and surface plasmon resonance transducers for immunoassay, (v) ionic liquids based composite for sensing, (vi) micro/nanosensors for early cancer warning system diagnosis and prognostic information.
Prof. Wojciech Wlodarski currently an Adjunct Professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering at RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia. He did his Ph.D. at Warsaw University, Poland. He has over 55 years of research experience in the field of sensor technology (physical, chemical, and bio-sensors) at 9 Universities in the USA, Canada, Australia, Holland, France, Spain, and Poland. He provided successful leadership of over 50 significant research projects during professional appointments in Europe, the USA, and Australia. He is a recipient of research grants and industrial contracts in Europe, the USA, and Australia for the total dollar value of over $15, 000, 000. He holds 30 patents and Published 5 books and monographs (one in the USA, one in Germany). He published over 250 papers in refereed journals. He presented over 250 papers at International Conferences. Many of these papers are cited widely around the world. He delivered over 400 invited lectures at various Universities around the world. He has over 50 years of teaching experience (undergraduate, higher degree students, industrial courses). Lectured in sensor technology including nanosensors, graphene-based sensors and instrumentation.
Prof. Maria Raposo has received her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering in 1999 from São Paulo University, Brazil. She is an Associate Professor with Habilitation at the Department of Physics of NOVA University Lisbon, Portugal. She and her research interests include electric and optical properties of ultra-thin films of polymers and biomolecules, interfaces and nanotechnology, colloids, molecular architectures for electronics, photonics magnetism and sensors, biomimetic membranes, and radiation effect in biological systems. She has been supervisor of Postdocs, PhDs students, Master Students, and undergraduate students and has been coordinator and participant of projects and participated in European Scientific Networks. She has over 100 research papers, edited several books, has 1 book to her name, and is in the top 100 in the “Layer-by-layer films” field. She serves on Editorial Boards of international journals and has been program chair of PHOTOPTICS, an international conference series on Photonics, Optics and Laser Technology.
Dr. Victor Borovkov received a Ph.D. degree from Moscow Institute of Fine Chemical Technology (Russia) in 1988. Following a postdoctoral period at Osaka University, he worked at different research organizations in Japan for over 20 years. He also worked at Tallinn University of Technology (Estonia) as a senior research scientist and at South-Central University for Nationalities (China) as a full professor. He is a member of the editorial board of several scientific journals and serves as an external peer-reviewer of various international journals and scientific foundations. He is an author of more than 145 publications including research papers, reviews, and books, with an h-index of 29 (WOS and Scopus) and 30 (Google Scholar), and he has produced 10 patents. He has headed and participated in different international and industrial collaboration projects and attended numerous international and national conferences as an invited speaker and a member of advisory committees. His current research interests include chemistry of porphyrins and related macrocycles, supramolecular chemistry, nanotechnology, chirality science, functional chiral materials, and asymmetric catalysis.
Prof. Pascal Lorenz (firstname.lastname@example.org) received his M.Sc. (1990) and Ph.D. (1994) from the University of Nancy, France. Between 1990 and 1995 he was a research engineer at World FIP Europe and at Alcatel-Alsthom. He is a professor at the University of Haute-Alsace, France, since 1995. His research interests include QoS, wireless networks, and high-speed networks. He is the author/co-author of 3 books, 3 patents, and 200 international publications in refereed journals and conferences. He was Technical Editor of the IEEE Communications Magazine Editorial Board (2000-2006), IEEE Networks Magazine since 2015, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology since 2017, Chair of IEEE ComSoc France (2014-2020), Financial chair of IEEE France (2017-2022), Chair of Vertical Issues in Communication Systems Technical Committee Cluster (2008-2009), Chair of the Communications Systems Integration and Modeling Technical Committee (2003-2009), Chair of the Communications Software Technical Committee (2008-2010) and Chair of the Technical Committee on Information Infrastructure and Networking (2016-2017). He has served as Co-Program Chair of IEEE WCNC'2012 and ICC'2004, Executive Vice-Chair of ICC'2017, TPC Vice-Chair of Globecom'2018, Panel sessions co-chair for Globecom'16, tutorial chair of VTC'2013 Spring and WCNC'2010, track chair of PIMRC'2012 and WCNC'2014, symposium Co-Chair at Globecom 2007-2011, Globecom'2019, ICC 2008-2010, ICC'2014 and '2016. He has served as Co-Guest Editor for special issues of IEEE Communications Magazine, Networks Magazine, Wireless Communications Magazine, Telecommunications Systems, and LNCS. He is Associate Editor for International Journal of Communication Systems (IJCS-Wiley), Journal on Security and Communication Networks (SCN-Wiley), and International Journal of Business Data Communications and Networking, Journal of Network and Computer Applications (JNCA-Elsevier). He is a senior member of the IEEE, IARIA fellow, and member of many international program committees. He has organized many conferences, chaired several technical sessions, and gave tutorials at major international conferences. He was IEEE ComSoc Distinguished Lecturer Tour during 2013-2014.
Prof. Khalil Kassmi, born in Casablanca (Morocco) in 1963, made all the higher education in the Paul SabatierUniversity (PSU) of Toulouse (France) from 1983 until 1991. In 1991, he obtained his Ph.D. degree in Electronics from PSU(France). His different research was realized in the Laboratory of Automatic and Analysis of the Systems LAAS / CNRST (Toulouse) in MOS technology team. In 1992, he was recruited at SGS Thomson-Casablanca (Engineer), he was responsible for the assembly chain of the power’s electronic components (TO220, Thyristors). Then, in 1993, he integrated the Mohammed 1st University in Oujda, Morocco, as Professor-researcher, and he obtained his second Ph.D. degree (Doctorat d'état) in Electronics in 1996. Since 2000, he is a Professor at the Mohammed 1st University of Oujda. He is responsible for the research team ‘Materials Electronics and Renewable Energies MERE’. He makes researches and manages a Ph.D. student thesis on materials and electronic components, cells, and photovoltaic systems, solar energy systems. He is a co-author in more than 100 publications and international communications in the field of photovoltaic renewable energies (materials, cells, and photovoltaic systems). Since 2002, he is responsible for national and international projects, in the field of Solar and Photovoltaic renewable energies (Formation and Research), he has Twopatentsof invention on photovoltaic control and regulation (heating by the photovoltaic energy), he is Expert-Evaluator at the National Center for Scientific and Technical Research CNRST-Rabat (Morocco). He a reviewer in several indexed journals, Editor of the book Chapters ‘Solar Water Heating: Fundamentals and Applications (Nova Science Publishers, 2021), Co-Editor of the book Chapters (Taylor & Francis Group, 2021).
Prof. Dr. Shen-Ming Chen received his Ph.D. degrees in chemistry from National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan. He was a visiting postdoctoral fellow with the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, and Germany in 1997. He joined the Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taipei Institute of Technology, and Taipei, Taiwan in 1985. He had been an associate professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering, National Taipei Institute of Technology, and Taipei, Taiwan from 1991 to 1997. Since August 1997, he has been a full professor of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan. He has been the Dean(Curator) of the library, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan from 2000 to 2006 and the Director of Extracurricular Activity, office of student affairs, National Taipei University of Technology, Taiwan from 1995 to 2000. He received three-time Distinguish Professor awards from 2010-2018. He also received the Lifetime Distinguish Professor award in 2019. He has published over 900 research and review papers in international SCI journals. Two of our papers have been selected as the most cited papers in the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry during the years 2005-2009. He has edited or attended two books for NOVA publications titled “Nanostructured Materials for Electrochemical Biosensors” and “Biosensors: Properties, Materials and Applications” and contributed four book chapters. His research interest includes Nanostructured Materials, bioelectrochemistry, electroanalytical Chemistry, biosensors, chemical sensors, electrocatalysis and electroanalysis, photoelectrochemistry, metalloproteins, metalloporphyrins, nanotechnology, spectroscopic techniques, scanning probe techniques, quartz crystal microbalance, materials research, fuel cells, solar cell, and photovoltaic cells. We have edited or attended two books for NOVA publications titled “Nanostructured Materials for Electrochemical Biosensors” and “Biosensors: Properties, Materials, and Applications” and contributed four book chapters.
Dr. Manuel Algarra obtained his Ph. D from Univ. Málaga (2000), shared with the LPTC (Univ. Bordeaux) in the field of Analytical Chemistry, which was developed phosphorescence methods. Actually, is Senior Research in the Department of Inorganic Chemistry of the University of Málaga, developing new synthetic approaches to obtain Carbon Nanoparticles from biomass. After different foreign stayed in Japan (National Institute for Resources and Environment, Tsukuba) under the frame of Canon Europe Fellowship (2000); Portugal (Lisbon and CQI-Porto) with as Postdoc fellow, begun his Senior Research work in 2008, funded by the Ciências 2007 Program FCT Portugal. The main inputs were obtained nanoparticles-based Quantum Dots coated with dendrimers and continue his work in the knowledge of the applications of biocompatible carbon nanomaterials, namely Carbon Dots, in a wide kind of analytes (Metals, pesticides, explosives, etc). With the application of these nanoparticles in fingerprint detection, he was recognized representing Spain as an MC member in COST 16101 Action. He has more than 130 research papers with an index H= 30. He has collaborations with research teams from Portugal (Univ. of Porto), France (Univ. of Bordeaux and Univ of Pau), Brazil (univ. San Carlos, SP), Serbia (Inst. Multidisciplinary Research, Belgrade), USA (City College of New York), Spain (UAB and ALBA Synchrotron Barcelona; Córdoba; Burgos; Castilla La Mancha). He is part of the editorial board of Chemosensor
Prof. Aime Lay-Ekuakille (SM'12), received the first M.D. degree in electronic engineering (control technology and automation) from the University of Bari, Bari, Italy, in 1988, the second M.D. degree in clinical engineering from the University of L’Aquila, L’Aquila, Italy, in 2002, a M.D. (h.c.) in environmental management and sanitation from IFAD Institute, Kinshasa, DRC in 2020, and a Ph.D in Electronic Engineering from the Polytechnic of Bari, in 2001. He is with the Dept of Innovation Engineering, University of Salento, Italy, since 2000, and the Director of Instrumentation and Measurement Lab I. Prof. Aimé Lay-Ekuakille is a Senior Member of IEEE. His main areas of research are: (i) Instrumentation and Measurements for Biomedical, Environmental and Industrial applications, (ii) Sensors and Sensing Systems, (iii) Nanotechnology, (iv) Artificial Intelligence for Instrumentation and Measurement, and (v) Ageing and Characterization of Photovoltaic Panels. He authored and co-authored more than 300 papers on indexed international conferences and journals, as well as 5 international books. He serves as, Senior Editor of Measurement: Food (Elsevier), Editor of Measurement Journal (Elsevier, NL), Editor of Measurement: Sensors (Elsevier, NL), Associate Editor of IEEE Sensors Journal (USA), Editor of IEEE Transactions on Nanobioscience, Associate Editor of International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems (USA), Associate Editor of Mathematical Problems in Engineering published by Hindawi (UK), and member of some international journals such as Sensors (Mdpi, CH), American Journal of Biomedical Engineering published by SAP (USA). Prof. Aimé Lay-Ekuakille is the Chairman of Imeko TC19 on Environmental Measurements, Chairman of IEEE IMS TC34 on Instrumentation and Measurement in Nanotechnology, and Chairman of the Nanosensors TC within the Italian chapter of IEEE Sensors Council. He is/was Visiting and Adjunct Professor in different international universities, namely, MMU of Kenya, Chemnitz Technical University (Germany), ISTA University (DRC), Pan-American University in Aguascalientes (Mexico), VUB - Free University of Brussels (Belgium), University of Navarra (Spain). He mentors different Ph.D. students in Italy and international universities. He continues to serve as a scientific consultant for national and international institutions.
Prof. Dr. Vladimir V. Rumyantsev is Head of the Department of Theory of Complex Systems Dynamic Properties at A.A. Galkin Donetsk Institute for Physics and Engineering (DonIPE). He is a Professor of the Theoretical Physics and Nanotechnology Department at Donetsk National University (DonNU). He received Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics (1988) from DonNU and Dr. Sci. in Condensed Matter Physics (2007) from DonIPE. Prof. Rumyantsev has authored/co-authored 4 books, 2 chapters in books, and more than 300 scientific publications. He is a member of the American Physical Society as well as the Mediterranean Institute of Fundamental Physics (MIFP, Italy) and Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Photonic Materials and Technology (Science PG, USA). His current research interests include various aspects of solid-state physics, crystal optics, photonics; more particularly - the theoretical study of the effects of disorder in quasi-two-dimensional nanofilms and layered structures caused by the propagation of electromagnetic and acoustic excitations, photonics of imperfect structures, and dispersion of electromagnetic excitations in non-ideal lattices of coupled microcavities containing quantum dots.
Dr. Yanhua Luo received his B.E and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Science and Technology of China (UTSC) in 2004 and 2009, respectively. Currently, he works as a deputy director of Photonics & Optical Communications at University of New South Wales (UNSW) to maintain the National Joint Fibre Facility at UNSW and develop the next generation functional specialty optical fibers and their devices. So far he has held 2 China patents and co-authored over 200 refereed journal/conference papers and 10 book chapters on these subjects.
Dr. Bo Li a lecturer of machine vision and research leader in precision agriculture. His research interest is focused on the application of computer vision, image analysis, and data mining techniques to plant phenotyping. For the past five years, Dr. Li developed several advanced imaging and data analysis techniques including 2D imaging, hyperspectral imaging, 3D imaging, drone-based imaging, and machine/deep learning software for a range of crops in both agricultural and horticultural sectors, which benefit the researches on biotic or abiotic stress quantification, high-through fruit quality assessment, pest identification, and crop management
Dr. Jun Chen is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Bioengineering at the University of California, Los Angeles. His research focuses on nanotechnology and bioelectronics for energy, sensing, and therapeutic applications in the form of smart textiles, wearable’s, and body area networks. He has already published 2 books, 160 journal articles and 110 of them are as first/corresponding authors in Chemical Reviews, Nature Energy, Nature Electronics, Nature Sustainability, Nature Communications, Joule, Matter, and many others. His works were selected as Research Highlights by Nature and Science 6 times and covered by world mainstream media over 1,000 times in total, including NPR, ABC, NBC, Reuters, CNN, The Wall Street Journal, and Scientific American. He also filed 14 US patents and licensed 1. With a current h-index of 74, Dr. Chen was identified to be one of the world’s most influential researchers in the field of Materials Science by the Web of Science Group. His recent research is recognized by the IAAM Scientist Medal, Georgia Tech 40 Under 40, 30 Rising Leaders in Life Science by Informa, 2020 Altmetric Top 100, Top 10 Science Stories of 2020 by Ontario Science Centre, Highly Cited Researchers 2020/2019 in Web of Science, ACS Nano Rising Stars Lectureship Award, Frontiers in Chemistry Rising Stars, Nanoscale Emerging Investigator Award, Okawa Foundation Research Award, MINE2020 Young Scientist Excellence Award, TenCate Protective Fabrics Award, and many others. Beyond research, he serves as an Associate Editor of Biosensors and Bioelectronics.
Dr. Sanket Goel received the B.Sc. degree in H-physics from Ramjas College, Delhi University in 1998, the M.Sc. degree in physics from IIT Delhi in 2000, and the Ph.D. Degree in electrical & computer engineering from the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada in 2006, under the NSERC Fellowship. Dr. Goel worked with Institute for Plasma Research (2000-2001) and Defense Bioengineering & Electro Medical Lab (DEBEL-DRDO) (2006). He did his postdoctoral work at Stanford University (2006-2008) under an NIH fellowship and led a publicly funded project at ASTAR, Singapore (2008-2011). Subsequently, he headed the R&D Department and worked as an Associate Professor with the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), Dehradun, India (2011-2015). Since 2015, he has been an Associate Professor with the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department, Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) Pilani, Hyderabad Campus, Hyderabad, India. He has authored more than 200 publications, holds 14 patents (including one U.S.) to his credits, and delivered more than 80 invited talks. He guided 4 postdoctoral fellows and 7 Ph.D. scholars, while currently, 20 Ph.D. scholars are working for their Ph.D. His current research interests are developing intelligent sensors and smart energy harvesting devices for various biomedical and energy applications. Dr. Goel won several awards during the course of his career, including Dr. C R Mitra Best Faculty Award in 2021, Fulbright-Nehru Fellowship in 2015, the Young Scientist Award in 2013, the Best Students Paper Award in 2005, and the Ph.D. Thesis Award in 2005. He is currently an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience, IEEE Sensors Journal, IEEE Access, and Applied Nanoscience, and holds a visiting appointment with UiT, The Arctic University of Norway
Prof. Varun Bajaj (PhD, SMIEEE) is working as a faculty in the discipline of Electronics and Communication Engineering, at Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design and Manufacturing (IIITDM) Jabalpur, India since 2014. He worked as a visiting faculty in IIITDM Jabalpur from September 2013 to March 2014. He worked as Assistant Professor at the Department of Electronics and Instrumentation, Shri Vaishnav Institute of Technology and Science, Indore, India during 2009-2010. He received a B.E. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal, India in 2006, M.Tech. Degree with Honors in Microelectronics and VLSI design from Shri Govindram Seksaria Institute of Technology & Science, Indore, India in 2009. He received his Ph.D. degree in the Discipline of Electrical Engineering, at the Indian Institute of Technology Indore, India in 2014. He is an Associate Editor of IEEE Sensor Journal and Subject Editor-in-Chief of IET Electronics Letters. He served as a Subject Editor of IET Electronics Letters from Nov -2018 to June 2020. He is Senior Member IEEE June 2020, MIEEE 16-20, and also contributing as active technical reviewer of leading International journals of IEEE, IET, and Elsevier, etc. He has authored more than 110 research papers in various reputed international journals/conferences like IEEE Transactions, Elsevier, Springer, IOP, etc. He has edited Books in IOP, CRC Publisher. The citation impact of his publications is around 2699 citations, an h index of 25, and an i10 index of 64 (Google Scholar March 2021). He has guided Six (03 completed and 3 In-process) Ph.D. Scholars, 5 M. Tech. Scholars. He is a recipient of various reputed national and international awards. His research interests include biomedical signal processing, AI for Healthcare, time-frequency analysis, and computer-aided medical diagnosis.