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.
Dr. (Ms) T.Theivasanthi of Kalasalingam University doing research in nanomaterials / nanotechnology; has 14 years of teaching experience; published many research articles/ books and h-index 9; life member of Indian Science Congress Association and Magnetics Society of India; serving as Editorial Board Member/ reviewer for some scientific journals; achieved many awards/ honours/ recognitions including - Madurai Women Achievers Award - 2013, Motivational Award - 2015 and 2015 Women’s Day Award of St.Annes College; achieved World Record in LIMCA Book of Records-2015 for nanotechnology invention “World’s first superparamagnetic plants materials” – named “Santhi Particles”, World Record– 2016 for innovative products "The World’s lowest priced graphene" & "World’s Smallest Particles of Vegetables" and World Record– 2017 for the invention "The World’s Smallest Anti-Viral Plant Particles". Other innovative products- Superparamagnetic lead nanoparticles, semiconducting lead Nanoparticles, Low cost-mass production of graphene, agricultural nanofertilisers, vegetable powder for diabetes, plants materials for diabetes & psoriasis and nanoparticles for treatment of EBOLA, DENGUE, HIV & H1N1 virus infection. Govt. of India shows interests to develop her inventions for the benefits of public; she has been invited to deliver lectures (more than 95) in International / National scientific conferences, foreign countries (China, Malaysia, Sri Lanka & Greece) and renowned institutes like National Institute of Technology, Anna University, Central University of all over India; she delivered Motivational Lectures for women, students and staff of institutes / Multi-national corporate companies like Cognizant Technologies; Economic Times and Telegraph have published news about her research; Thanthi TV, All India Radio, Minnal FM (Malaysia) and Bernama TV (Malaysia) have broadcasted her interviews.
Superparamagnetic lead nanoparticles, semiconducting lead Nanoparticles, Low cost-mass production of graphene, agricultural nanofertilisers, vegetable powder for diabetes, plants materials for diabetes & psoriasis and nanoparticles for treatment of EBOLA, DENGUE, HIV & H1N1 virus infection.
Adem Beriso is highly interested in technology of nanomaterials since his specialization in the field in 2010 from Addis Ababa University, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He devoted a lot of work and time in the field, specially the application of nanotechnology in every sector. His recent work on ‘early cancer detection and treatment with nanotechnology’ is one of his striking work in cancer with connection to nanotechnology as he received and receiving a lot of request (invitation) message as speaker in their conferences, for publication in the form of book, related work for free publication in their publisher companies etc. currently, he is working research on the application of nanomaterials in environmental as well as energy sectors in his work place, Madda University.
Technology of Nanomaterials
Dr Wei Min Huang is now with the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. With over 20 years of experience on various shape memory materials (alloy, polymer, composite and hybrid), he has published over 180 papers in journals, such as Accounts of Chemical Research, Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews, and Materials Today, and has been invited to review manuscripts from over 200 international journals (including Progress in Polymer Science, Nature Communications, Advanced Materials, and Advanced functional materials, etc). He has published two books (Thin film shape memory alloys – fundamentals and device applications, Polyurethane shape memory polymers) and is currently on the editorial board of over two dozens of international journals.
Igor Lukacevic has completed his PhD at the age of 29 years from University of Zagreb, Croatia, in the field of high-pressure material science. He is currently the Assistant Professor at the Josip Juraj Strossmayer University of Osijek, Croatia and carries out the duty of the Vice Head of Department of Physics for the scientific research activities. His newest interests are low-dimensional nano-materials and their applications in electronic, optical and green energy industry. He has over 20 publications that have been cited over 160 times, and his publication H-index is 6. He has been serving as a reviewer of several reputed Journals.