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ORGANIZING COMMITTEE MEMBERS




Alireza Heidari

California South University,
USA

Dr. Alireza Heidari, Ph.D., D.Sc. is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Chemistry. He has got his Ph.D. and D.Sc. degrees form California South University (CSU), Irvine, California, USA. Furthermore, he has double postdocs in Project Management and also in Nanochemistry and Molecular Structure Theory. His research interests are Biophysical Chemistry, Nanochemistry, Quantum Chemistry, Biomolecular and Vibrational Spectroscopy, Molecular Modeling and Structure, Theoretical, Computational and Mathematical Chemistry, Ab initio and Density Functional Methods. He has participated at more than eighty reputed international conferences, seminars, congresses, symposiums and forums around the world as yet. Also, he possesses many published articles in Science Citation Index (SCI)/International Scientific Indexing (ISI) Journals. It should be noted that he has visited many universities or scientific and academic research institutes in different countries such as United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Greece, Russia, Estonia, Turkey, France, Swiss, Germany, Sweden, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Mexico, Japan, Malaysia, Thailand, Taiwan, South Korea, China, India, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, etc. as research fellow, sabbatical and volunteer researcher or visitor heretofore. He has a history of several years of teaching for college students and various disciplines and trends in different universities. Moreover, he has been a senior advisor in various industry and factories. He is expert in many computer programs and programming languages. Hitherto, he has authored more than ten books in Chemistry. Syne, he has been awarded more than six hundreds reputed international awards, prizes, scholarships and honors. Heretofore, he has multiple editorial duties in many reputed international journals. Hitherward, he is a member of more than one hundred reputed international academic–scientific–research institutes around the world. It should be noted that he is currently the President of American International Standards Institute (AISI), Irvine, California, USA.





Amer S. Maher

Wright State University,
USA

Dr. Amer is Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, a von Humboldt Fellow, Max Planck Society, Germany, and a former Visiting Fellow of the Fitzwilliam College, University of Cambridge, England. Dr. Amer is a member of a number of national and international committees focused on nanomanufacturing and higher education accreditation. He received his Ph.D. from Drexel University 1995.





Pietro Santagati

Computational Scientist, at Amec Foster Wheeler - Clean Energy Europe,
UK

Dr. Pietro Santagati(Ph.D. in Mathematics for Technology), now is Computational Scientist, and Parallel Architecture Specialist, at Amec Foster Wheeler, Clean Energy Europe. He got his M.Sc. in Aerospace and Aeronautics Engineering at Polytechnic of Turin, M.Sc. in Applied Mathematics and Ph.D. in Mathematics for Technology at University of Catania. He has been working in different fields of applied engineering in particular, transport process in nano- and micro-structred materials and reliability analysis in nano-electronics. Currently he is involved in projects on computational applications of modern energy production systems.





Nashaat Nassar

University of Calgary,
Canada

Dr. Nassar is a Professional Member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA). He is also an expert in chemical engineering education, especially in process development, effluent treatment processes, separation processes, natural gas processing and technology, and process design.





Osman ADIGUZEL

FIRAT ÜNİVERSİTESİ,
Turkey

Biography will be updated soon..





Udo Schwingenschlogl

King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST),
Saudi Arabia

Dr. Udo Schwingenschlögl is a Professor of Materials Science & Engineering at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia. He previously worked at the International Center of Condensed Matter Physics in Brasilia, Brazil, and the Universität Augsburg in Germany.





Vahid Jabbari

Southern Methodist University,
USA

Vahid received his B.S. in Chemistry in 2004 from Arak University, Arak, Iran. In 2011, he received M.S. in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology from University of Kashan, Kashan, Iran. After working as Research Assistant for around three years, he attended The University of Texas at El Paso in 2015, Texas, USA, where he received his M.S. in Chemistry. His previous research covered vast range of science and technology including Nanomaterials, Polymer, Carbon Nanostructures, Metal Oxides, Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs), Energy and Water Remediation. He published up to 40 papers in peer-reviewed journals, national and international conferences, and several book chapters (in Persian). He served as invited lecturer and as member of technical and scientific committee of numerous international conferences and expos. He is also editor and reviewer of numerous prestigious scientific journals. He has been a graduate student at Southern Methodist University since 2016 and is currently working on developing polymers.





Arun Bansil

Northeastern University,
USA

Bansil is a University Distinguished Professor in physics at Northeastern University. He served at the US Department of Energy managing the Theoretical Condensed Matter Physics program (2008-10), is an academic editor of the international Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids (1994-), the founding director of Northeastern University’s Advanced Scientific Computation Center, and serves on various international editorial boards and commissions. He has authored/co-authored over 300 technical articles and 18 volumes of conference proceedings covering a wide range of topics in theoretical condensed matter and materials physics, and a major book on X-Ray Compton Scattering (Oxford University Press, Oxford, 2004).





Daniel Choi

Masdar Institute,
UAE

Dr. Daniel Choi received his BSc in Metallurgical Engineering from the Seoul National University (South Korea) and his PhD in Electrical Engineering from UCLA. Dr. Choi worked as a staff member for three years at the Aerospace Corporation in California, which supports the US Air Force, where developed high-resolution Focused Ion Beam (FIB) Lithography techniques, high-transconductance/low-noise nanometer-scale MOSFET and GaN high-speed electronic devices. He later joined the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL)/NASA in 1999 as a task manager, leading a number of space-related projects for nine years. He also has worked on the development of high sensitivity gas sensors, MEMS-gyroscopes, and novel microfluidic ion mobility chromatograph for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) project. He served as the committee for NASA Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) program.





Tetsu Mitsumata

Niigata University,
Japan

He received his PhD degree in polymer science from Hokkaido University in 1999 under the direction of Profs. Y. Osada and J. P. Gong. After the PhD, he studied stimuli-responsive polymer gels at the Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Yamagata University as assistant professor. In 2002, he joined the laboratory of Dr. P. De Kepper of CRPP Bordeaux in France. Now, He is working at the Graduate School of Science and Technology, Niigata University. He has published more than 75 scientific papers, 29 review papers and books, and 11 patents dedicated to soft materials, especially magnetic responsive gels or elastomers.





Ammar Nayfeh

Masdar Institute,
UAE

Dr Ammar Nayfeh is currently an associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) and director of the Nano Electronics and Photonics group (NEP) at Masdar Institute. He received his Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Illinois Urban Champaign (2001) and his Master's degree in 2003 from Stanford University. He earned a PhD in Electrical Engineering (EE) from Stanford University in 2006. His research focused on heteroepitaxy of Germanium on Silicon. Prior to joining the Masdar Institute, Dr. Nayfeh was with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) as a researcher working on Ultra Thin Body (UTB) SOI Devices for 22nm and beyond in a joint project with IBM. Most recently, Dr. Nayfeh was employed at Innovative Silicon (ISi), a Silicon Valley startup that licenses Z-RAM Technology, a DRAM replacement. In addition, he was a part-time professor at San Jose State University. Professor Ammar Nayfeh has authored or co-authored over 45 publications, and holds two patents. He is a member of IEEE and Stanford Alumni Association. He has received the Material Research Society Graduate Student Award, the Robert C. Maclinche Scholarship at UIUC, and Stanford Graduate Fellowship.





Adnane Abdelghani

National Institute of Applied Science and Technology,
Tunisia

Prof.Dr.A.Abdelghani is a Full Professor at the National Institute of Applied Science and Technology (INSAT, Tunisia) working mainly in the field of Microsensors and Microsystems. He obtained the master degrees in "Microelectronic Devices" at the INSA of Lyon (France) in 1994, then a Ph.D thesis from Ecole Centrale of Lyon (France) in 1997. He obtained a post-doc position in Germany between 1997-2000. He obtained the Habilitation in Physics in Tunisia (faculty of Science of Tunis) in 2004 and a Habilitation (worlwide recognition for conducting and leading research) in "Sciences pour l’Ingénieur" in 2009 at the Ecole Normale Supérieur de Cachan (France). He organized three International Conferences in Tunisia in the Field of Nanotechnology (2009, 2012 and 2014) with the Alexander Von Humboldt Foundation (Germany). He is now the leader and principal investigator of a research group working mainly on gas sensors based on functionalized carbon nanotubes (metallic oxides, nanowires, nanoneedles, polymers) and on the development of interdigitated gold microelectrodes integrated in microfluidic cell for bacteria analysis in biologic medium. He published more than 87 papers in International Journals and supervised more than 12 Ph.D thesis and 30 masters student. Prof. Abdelghani is part of worldwide renowned scientists as editorial member of several peer-reviewed scientific journals. He was a coordinator of Science For Peace NATO Project (2009-2011), National science Fondation Project (2009-2013), of Tempus-Project (2013-2016) and coordinator of a recent NATO-SFP project (2013-2016). He is deeply involved in industrial applications in his field of research with implications for the design and the development of affordable and cost-effective sensing devices for diagnostics and theranostics which will have an effective impact in the developing countries. Pr.A.Abdelghani received in 22 July 2015, the Tunisian President Award of the Best Scientific Research in Tunisia.





Alireza Mirzasadeghi

Taylors University,
Malaysia

Biography will be updated soon..


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