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“ Shayandev Sinha received his BS and MS in mechanical engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur. In his MS thesis he worked on fracture mechanics and adhesive models of viscoelastic thin films. He received his PhD from University of Maryland in mechanical engineering. There he worked on Additive Manufacturing, fluid physics of 3D printing, 2D material-liquid interactions etc. After that he spent more than a year at Rowland Institute at Harvard University as a research fellow working on Surface Tension driven effects on various hydrophilic substrates. He also worked on tools of fluid handling at the microscale. Currently he is at the Technology development group at Intel Corporation working on making future generations of semiconductor technologies empowering graphics and neural computing.”
Dr Abdullah Shalwan Alajmi is an assistant professor at the College of Technological Studies (CTS),
the Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET) in Kuwait. He holds a BSc, MS
and PhD in Mechanical Engineering. he is concerned with the study of composite materials and their
properties. He has published several scientific researches in this field. also, He is working on
enhancing the tribology behaviour of composite materials to be a good alternative choice for
Parshant Kumar is an engineer, scientist, innovator and problem solver and works @ Draper supporting the innovation and development in electronics, biomedical and manufacturing at Draper. He holds a PhD. in Applied Physics focusing on microelectronics device and instrumentation. Dr. Kumar has more than 15 years’ experience in multidisciplinary environment of microelectronics, materials, physics, micro and nanofabrication, RF, and biomedical engineering. Dr. Kumar has 25 international publication and 4 patents. He is presently working on the precise epilepsy drug detection using organic transistors and development for Anti temper solutions for electronics.
Roya Dastjerdi, 37, PhD, Associate Professor, winner of national and international awards, has
comprehensively worked on advanced surface and bulk nano-biofunctionalization, medical textiles,
regenerative medicine, green, smart, bioactive and antibacterial polymers, size and geometry controlled
synthesizing of nanostructures, etc. She has successfully worked on the main fundamental challenges on
different humanitarian aspects of thin, lightweight, flexible and smart nano-bio-engineered materials
“nano-bio -engineered textiles and polymers”; her accomplishments offer a pathway for many
advances with remarkable potentiality to scale-up. She has written one book in the field and recorded 20
national patents. She has been selected as one of the national elite and received more than 200
international invitations from high-ranked scientific events, institutes, publications, and etc.
Her university’s website: https://pws.yazd.ac.ir/nanobiotex/en
Dr Mohammad Sakhawat Hussain is an internationally renowned researcher specializing in the Synthesis, Applications and Commercialisation of Nano-Materials; Nanoscale measurements - Nanomechanical Testing of Materials, Corrosion and Failure of Materials - an academic, industrialist and entrepreneur with the experience of managing/leading projects/teams and individuals. He holds a PhD in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering from Aston University and MSc in Corrosion Science and Engineering from University of Manchester, England. He is recognized for his research through nearly 100 scientific publications, which includes patents, conference papers, book chapters and confidential reports for industry and government sector establishments. It was in Birmingham where in 1840, Dr John Wright, an Orthopaedic Surgeon, who first showed that items could be electroplated and in 1857 electroplating process was first applied to costume jewellery, a new wonder economical jewellery. Dr Hussain grew up in Birmingham, very close to this Jewellery Quarter and is passionate about promoting high speed electroplating/direct nickel plating on aluminium/titanium and stainless steel without any pre-treatment process all over the world.
Deepak P is a sales engineer by profession and works with one of the private organization in India. He holds Masters in Manufacturing Engineering degree at Amrita University, India. Deepak has 2 years of experience in Procurement & Sales field. He has been involved in research experience for dissimilar materials under diffusion welding which directly applicable under aerospace. He has published a paper in Materials Today Proceedings under the title “A Finite element analysis of Dissimilar Materials Diffusion bonded joints. Deepak is passionate about finding new possibilities in aerospace field by solid state welding process. Finally, it should not be left unmentioned that Deepak is a very pleasant person to work with.
Fawzi Banat is a Professor & Cahir of Chemical Engineering Department at Khalifa University of
Science and Technology, Petroleum Institute. Obtained Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering) at McGill
University, Canada, in 1995. Area of his research interests includes wastewater treatment, membrane
technology, desalination and separation processes. He received several research awards and published
over 120 papers and holds a number of international patents.
He received a bachelor's degree in physics from Suzhou University in 1985 , a one-year postgraduate course in East China Normal University in 1987 , a year of academic visit to Suzhou University in 1998 , and an academic visit to the University of Houston in 2015 .
He has long been engaged in the teaching of physics majors and basic courses, as well as condensed matter physics, spectroscopy and applied research. He has taught in many courses such as mechanics, electromagnetics, analog circuits, digital circuits, electrodynamics, and university physics. Participated in 2 projects of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, presided over a school-level education reform project, and participated in the preparation of 3 textbooks . Published 20 articles, from the university teaching achievement prize 1 item China Light Industry Federation of Science and Technology Progress Award 1 Xiang .