Philip W. T. Pong received a B.Eng. from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) in 2002 with 1st class honours. Then he studied for a PhD in engineering at the University of Cambridge (2002-2005). He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Magnetic Materials Group at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for three years. He started his academic career at the University of Hong Kong, then he joined the NJIT in 2021. His research interest currently focuses on the development and application of advanced sensing techniques based on electromagnetic sensors in smart grid and smart city. Philip Pong is a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (FIET), a Fellow of the Institute of Physics (FInstP), a Fellow of the Energy Institute (FEI), a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM), a Fellow of the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers (FHKIE), a Fellow of the NANOSMAT Society (FNS), a chartered physicist (CPhys), a chartered electrical engineer (CEng), a chartered energy engineer, a registered professional engineer (R.P.E. in Electrical, Electronics, Energy), and a Senior Member of IEEE (SMIEEE). He serves on the editorial boards for several IEEE and SCI journals.
Dr Douglas Sparks is the founder of M2N Technologies LLC. M2N Technologies is a consulting firm specializing in the MEMS and Semiconductors technology, product and process commercialization and supply chains. Dr. Sparks has international business experience in these fields in the US, China, Japan and Europe in medical, industrial, aerospace, semiconductors, consumer and automotive applications. He has worked at large MEMS IDMs, start-ups and MEMS foundries. Doug was the CTO of Hanking Electronics which built the first 200mm pure MEMS wafer fab in China. He founded a microsensor vacuum packaging company called NanoGetters, which was acquired by Materion. He was the EVP at Integrated Sensing Systems where he launched multiple microfluidic sensor products, including an FDA approved MEMS drug infusion device and industrial products acquired by Endress + Hauser. Doug worked in automotive sensors and semiconductor fabs with Delphi. Dr. Sparks holds a PhD in materials engineering from Purdue University and has published more than 170 technical papers and has 70 issued patents
Ana Brotons-Canto has completed her PhD from the department of Pharmaceutical Technology and Chemistry at the University of Navarra (Spain). She is R&D manager at Nucaps Nanotechnology S.L.(Spain). The main focus of her research is to improve the oral bioavailability and/or stability of different compounds through encapsulation technologies. Se has participated in numerous conferences, fairs, and events. In addition se has take part of research projects at european and national level. In addition, as R&D manager at Nucaps, she has work in developments for third parties and in collaboration with the international companies. She collaborates with different journals as reviewer.
Professor Vladimir G. Chigrinov is Professor of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology since 1999. He is an Expert in Flat Panel Technology in Russia, recognized by the World Technology Evaluation Centre, 1994, and SID Fellow since 2008. He is an author of 6 books, 31 reviews and book chapters, about 322 journal papers, more than 677 Conference presentations, and 121 patents and patent applications including 38 US patents in the field of liquid crystals since 1974. He got Excellent Research Award of HKUST School of Engineering in 2012. He obtained Gold Medal and The Best Award in the Invention & Innovation Awards 2014 held at the Malaysia Technology Expo (MTE) 2014, which was hosted in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on 20-22 Feb 2014. He is a Member of EU Academy of Sciences (EUAS) since July 2017. He got A Slottow Owaki Prize of SID in 2018
Claudia Alarcón is a well-known nanotechnology engineer from México. She has worked in sensors, organ-on-chip, and materials research since 2016. As parallel careers, science outreach and science diplomacy have paved her way to a new career in aiding the development of research from other perspectives. Coaching the way scientists communicate with the public and with politicians is her current specialty. She has worked with 10+ Nobel Laureates in science communication projects, she is CEO of Ciencia Sí, a science outreach company in LATAM, and she has been trained by UNESCO, UN, and GESDA to start a successful science diplomacy career
Highly Cited Researchers; 2018 (Cross Filed); 2019 (Agriculture) and 2020 (Cross filed) and 2021 (Chemistry and Agricultural; two fields in one year)and 2022 (Chemistry and Agricultural; two fields in one year
Robert Quinn is a highly experienced professional with 25 years of experience in the semiconductor capital equipment and chip equipment manufacturing field. He specializes in various aspects of the industry such as OEM equipment manufacturing, tool reconfiguration, installation, testing, refurbishment, purchase inspection, consultation, sales, bid management, field engineering, decontamination, and tool extraction. Robert has a great passion for writing and curating content about the semiconductor industry and shares his insights on the latest industry news and developments with his 41,000 followers. Through his social media and digital marketing campaigns, he has generated 8 million views year-to-date, which has resulted in increasing brand awareness, driving direct sales lead generation, introducing corporate relationships with key industry leaders, and driving investment revenue. In 2022, Robert founded SIMEU, a nonprofit organization dedicated to growing, educating, and recruiting the next generation of professionals to pursue careers in the semiconductor industry. Through SIMEU, Robert aims to excite and engage young people about the possibilities of a career in this field and provide them with access to education and training opportunities. He is currently working to raise enough money to fund the building of a mobile education unit that will travel to schools and events around the nation. Until that day comes, Robert and his SIMEU volunteers provide local education in the central Texas region, exciting the next generation about the semiconductor industry. Apart from his work in the industry and the nonprofit sector, Robert has an impressive digital presence on various platforms, including Twitter, a podcast, a YouTube channel, blog posts, and newsletters.
Seaweeds have long been used in traditional medicine for their therapeutic properties. Recent research has shown that these versatile organisms also contain a variety of bioactive compounds that have potential applications in the field of cosmeceuticals. However, the use of seaweeds in nano-medicine is a relatively new area of research. Nanotechnology has the potential to enhance the bioavailability and efficacy of these compounds, making them more suitable for use in a range of cosmetic and pharmaceutical products. This review explores the current state of research on the use of seaweeds as nano-medicine in cosmeceuticals, highlighting the potential benefits and challenges associated with this novel approach. The findings suggest that the use of seaweeds as nano-medicine in cosmeceuticals is a promising area of research that warrants further investigation
Dr. Smain FEMMAM is Director of research (HDR) at the University of Haute-Alsace France and responsible of the Research team on Signals & Safety Systems of Polytechnic Engineers School Sceaux France. He received the MS and Ph.D. degrees in Signal Processing and Computers from Versailles University, France in 1997 and 1999 respectively. Since 2013 he is promoted to a rank of senior director of research (HDR). After that, he joined the CMU Carnegie Mellon University & West Virginia University as Postdoc Fellow and Distinguished Visiting Professor. His main research area is signal processing, safety systems, communication and embedded systems. He has a strong interest in perception and characterization of signals, optimal filtering, spectral analysis, wavelets and perception haptics. Dr. Femmam is a senior member of IEEE, SEE and GDR ISIS. Member of IEEE C.A. committee France section. Board of Director of the Institute for Engineering and Technology Innovations in the World. He has guided numerous thesis projects, including some doctoral theses. He is active reviewer for several scientific academic journals and committee member of international conferences. He is the (Academic, Chief) Editor-in-Chief, Editor, Editorial Board, Guest Editor & Advisory Board members of more than 20 International Journals. He has authored and co-authored more than 100 papers, four Chapters, one edited Book, seven Books published by Wiley & Elsevier
Meghana has completed her undergraduate in Nanotechnology at SRM Institute of Science and Technology, Chennai, India and did her final year dissertation at Institute of Physics, Bhubhaneshwar. She has also worked with nationally recognised institutes such as Indian Institute of Technology Madras and Indian Council of Agricultural Research- National Rice Research Institute, Cuttack. She has worked as a graduate research student at University College Dublin, Ireland from 2020-2022 for the applications of nanotechnology in the field of biomedical research. She is currently pursuing her masters of engineering sciences in Innovative technology engineering at South East technological University(SETU), Waterford, Ireland and is currently working on SPR Nano sensors for biomedical applications as a part of her final year dissertation project at SETU Research
Professor Hu is got PhD from the University of Manchester, is a world-renowned expert in smart materials for textiles, wearables and biomedical applications, a top 2% world's most highly cited scientists by Stanford University with actual ranking of top 0.097%, 278among285331 material scientists with an overall rank of 24313 among around 10m scientists worldwide. She joined in City University of Hong Kong in 2020 and she is the Professor of Department of Biomedical Engineering. She is a Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry and Fellow of Textile Institute, UK and Fellow of Hong Kong Institution of Textiles and Apparel respectively. Professor Hu received about 60 awards for her science and technology research achievements.Exclusively, she is also a recipient of the China National Talent Award (1000-person scheme), Distinguished Achievement Award by the US-based Fiber Society, First-Class Sang Ma Textile Science and Technology Award by The Hong Kong Sang Ma Trust Fund. Apart from her outstanding performance in academic research, what distinguishes her distinctively from many professors is that Professor Hu has compelling impacts on industries. Specifically, Professor Hu is a pioneer and distinguished academic leader with world-wide impact in shape memory materials and artificial spider silks for textiles and clothing, healthcare and biomedical applications. She has Google H-index of 60 with 15149 citations, published 14 books, 34 book chapters, >120 plenary/keynote conference lectures and >350 refereed journal Papers. As corresponding or 1st author, her publications appeared in top journals such as Advanced Materials，Advanced Functional Materials, Biomaterials and AngewandteChemie and are frequently highlighted in cover pages and journal websites. Her laboratory in CityU currently focuses on unearthing scientific principles and providing solutions to key problems in Healthcare of Wearable Materials in three major areas: Traditional Chinese medical therapies and their materials, energy materials and healthcare as well as spider silks and their relatives as biomaterials as well as personal protective integration
Dr. MSF Sapra is a highly qualified and accomplished medical professional with a diverse range of qualifications and expertise. She completed her Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery at the prestigious Institute of Indigenous Medicine, University of Colombo, where she gained a solid foundation in the principles of traditional medicine.
Dr. Sapra later expanded her knowledge and skills by completing a Certificate Course in Postgraduate Research and a Diploma in Psychology. She is currently working as a Probationary lecturer at the Department of Unani Pharmacology in the Faculty of Indigenous Medicine at the University of Colombo.
In addition to her research interests in the field of novel drug administration of herbal drugs using nano technology, Dr. Sapra is also involved in teaching Anatomy to undergraduate medical students. She understands the importance of Anatomy in the study of medicine and strives to ensure that her students have a strong foundation in this subject.
Dr. Sapra is a passionate educator who is known for her engaging teaching style and her ability to simplify complex concepts. She uses a variety of teaching methods, including lectures, interactive discussions, and practical demonstrations, to help her students understand and retain information.
Dr. Sapra's research interests lie in the field of Unani medicine, with a focus on the novel drug administration of herbal drugs using nano technology. She has published numerous research articles on this topic and has presented her work at various international conferences. Her research has received recognition and praise, and she is considered a leading expert in this field.
Through her dedication and passion for teaching, as well as her groundbreaking research, Dr. Sapra has inspired many students to pursue a career in medicine. She takes great pride in the success of her students and is committed to helping them achieve their goals
In her free time, Dr. Sapra enjoys reading and staying up to date with the latest developments in the field of medicine.
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