Vladimir Fal’ko is condensed matter theorist responsible for many advances in the theory of electronic and optical properties of two-dimensional materials, in particular, graphene, theory of localisation and theory of quantum transport in mesoscopic systems. His current research interests include modelling of graphene-based electronic and optoelectronic systems and development of theories of electronic and optical properties of various atomically thin two-dimensional crystals and their heterostructures. His career has been marked by Humboldt Fellowship, EPSC Advanced Fellowship, ERC Advanced Investigator and Synergy Grants, and Royal Society Wolfson Foundation Research Merit Award. Falko played a pivotal role in building up the European research community in graphene and two-dimensional materials by setting the ‘Graphene Week’ conference series and by organising numerous international conference in this field, and he is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the IoP Journal ‘2D Materials’. Falko is, currently Director of the National Graphene Institute and Professor of Condensed Matter Theory at the University of Manchester, and he is one of the leaders of the European Graphene Flagship Project.
Theory of the physical properties of graphene and 2D materials; Nanoelectronics
Prof. Dr. Edward Y. Chang received his B.S. degree from Materials Science and Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan in 1977, and his Ph.D. degree from Materials Science and Engineering, University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN in 1985 Dr. Chang was with Unisys Corporation GaAs Component Group, Eagan, MN, 1985 to 1988 and Comsat Labs Microelectronic Group from 1988 to 1992. He worked on the GaAs MMIC programs on both groups. He joined National Chiao Tung University (NCTU), Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 1992. In 1994, he helped set up the first GaAs MMIC production line in Taiwan, and become president of Hexawave Inc., Hsinchu, Taiwan, in 1995. He returned to the teaching position at NCTU in 1999. Dr. Chang is currently the Dean of Research and Development and professor of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering and Dept of Elecrical Engineering at NCTU. He is also the director of Diamond Lab and the director of NCTU-TSMC research center.
Process and packaging technologies of III-V high-speed and high-frequency electronic devices GaN epitaxy and device technologies III-V(GaN, GaAs, InAs)/Ge/Si heterogeneous materials Integration.
Anita Sagadevan Ethiraj has completed her PhD from Department of Physics, University of Pune, India in 2006. She was a visiting scientist and BK21 postdoctoral researcher for the year 2006-2008 in POSTECH and SKKU, South Korea. She also worked on US defense sponsored project from 2010-2013 at North Carolina, USA. Dr. Anita is presently working as an Associate Professor in the Physics Department, VIT-AP University, India. Her research area of interest includes core-shell nanoparticles, quantum dots in diodes and LED’s, thin film technology, photovoltaics, green chemistry, Graphene/metal oxide based nanocomposites for environmental and energy applications. She has delivered several Invited talks in National and International Conferences, served as Convenor, National Advisor Committee member, Technical Committee Member and session chairs, holds membership in many professional organizations, reviewer for Elsevier & Springer Publisher journals and has numerous peer reviewed impact factor papers to her credit.
Dr. Essam Khamis Al Hanash assumed the role of the Vice Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research in December 2015 until June 2018. He was the Supervisor of the Project Development Unit of the Ministry of Higher Education & Scientific Research. He was the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Binational Fulbright Commission in Egypt (BFCE) during the period (2011 – 2018). From 2011- 2015, he served as the Director of the City of Scientific Research and Technological Applications in Alexandria. He is a professor of Electrochemistry and Corrosion. Prior to his current position, Dr. Al Hanash held several positions with Alexandria University, including Acting President of the University, and Vice President of Graduate Studies and Research Affairs, and Vice Dean of Faculty of Science for Graduate Studies & Research.
Corrosion Chemistry particularly on thermodynamics and effect of green corrosion inhibitors to metal corrosion
ELSAYED AHMED ELNASHAR, Full-Professor of textiles Apparel, Kaferelsheikh University, Egypt. Born in 19/8/1965. Have Ph.D 2000, Msc.1995, Bsc.1989, Helwan University. Diploma 1985 advanced industrial textiles institute. He holds several academic administrative positions: Dean, Vice Dean, Head of Department, He has many textiles patents, Member of international scientific committees. Development of Faculties of Education, commissioned of Supreme Council of Egyptian Universities. Has design books published in Germany. Has published over 175 scientific Articles. Editorial board member & Reviewer for more 60 journal Founder and editor two scientific journals. And Smartex Conference Egypt. Member of the editorial board of several international journals and conferences, He has made many scientific agreements with European &Africa universities
LASER-JET TECHNOLOGY ON WEAVING MACHINE -Antimicrobial Throw Volume Porosity -Membrane Technology for Filtrations: Water/Wastewater, Air Conditions, Cement Factory, Gas And Petroleum - Solar textiles (SOLATEX) of composite fabrics structures as alternative energy. - Functional Nano biodegradable - Computational Mathematics - Fluid Mechanics - Composites fabrics structures -Automotive of - Composites fabrics structures so airbags systems - Energy Effective Method of Modeling and Manufacturing - MULTISTITCHED 3D NANO COMPOSITE - Composites made of multilayered - Nanoart, and Nanotechnology in textiles and apparel branch. -improved simulating fitting cloth model of apparel surfaces. -the influence of the bulky woven fabrics on thermal insulation properties of clothing. -Design curtains fringe and passementerie strips of lace design elements in current high fashion. -Representative volume of design elements and mathematical of pile and velvets woven fabrics. -Volume porosity and permeability in fabrics. -Porosity and permeability in multi-layer woven fabrics. -The influence of weave and the method of stitching on some mechanical properties of woven double fabrics. -Effect the design and materials of eyes swathe dressing and diapers clothes for infant’s incubator. -The effective of some difference between the methods of the embroidery on some performance properties to the clothing product. -The effective of some difference structures on quality of pilling cloth -Effect of some different care systems process on dyeing cotton fabrics -Effect of some fabric constructional on comfort and the aesthetic properties for kid clothes -Using remote sensing technology for monitoring of chemical pollutions and bioremediation of chemical -contaminated water -Automatic pattern unwrapping technology -Energy saving and improving stretch properties -Spring-mass based modeling for fabrics physics to 3D garment -Cloth design and application -Clothing simulation and animation -Body shape analysis of Hispanic women Tires and rubber industry