Dr. Nien-Hwa Linda Wang is the Maxine Spencer Nichols Professor of Chemical Engineering at Purdue University. She received her PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Minnesota in 1978. She is internationally known for her research contributions in separations, mass transfer, adsorption, multi-component chromatography, and simulated moving bed technologies.
Separations, Mass Transfer, Adsorption, Multi-component chromatography, and Simulated moving bed technologies
Lingai LUO received her Ph.D. degree (1991) in mechanic and thermal engineering from National Polytechnic Institute of Lorraine (INPL), Nancy, France. She worked as associate professor at University of Nancy I and at INPL, France. From 2003 until 2012 she was a full professor at University of Savoie, France. She is now senior research director of French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) at the laboratory of thermo-kinetics, Nantes (LTN), France
Recycling and thermal waste recovery, solar systems, heat recovery
Dr. Junbeum KIM is an associate professor in CREIDD Research Centre on Environmental Studies & Sustainability, Department of Man, Environment & Information Technology (HETIC) at University of Technology of Troyes (UTT), France. He is conducting researches about sustainable resource management for renewable energy system as well as information communication & technology system. He holds a Ph.D. from Civil, Environmental and Sustainable Engineering at Arizona State University (U.S.) on December in 2008, a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University (U.S.) and Environmental Engineering from Inha University in South Korea. After 2 years Post-Doc. experiences in University of California, Santa Barbara and University of Minnesota, in 2012, he joined to University of Technology of Troyes, France.
Sustainable energy and resource management, sustainable engineering, industrial ecology, Waste management (e-waste, end-of-life vehicles and other waste resources) etc
Anthony Halog joined the University of Queensland from the University of Maine, USA where he was an Assistant Professor in Industrial Ecology (2008 – 2012). His research focuses on the sustainability of the human-nature complexity through understanding the nexus of material and energy systems. Over the past years, he has been working on the theoretical foundations and practical applications of Life Cycle Sustainability Assessment (LCSA), Sustainable Production and Operations Management, Corporate Environmental Magement, and Greening Supply Chains. Dr. Halog is interested in the life cycle of manufactured goods—the processes in the form of energy and material flows that are related to transforming raw materials into products and, ultimately, wastes—and in the environmental and economic potential of reuse and recycling activities. Prior to his position at the University of Maine, he was a Professor in Operations Management in the School of Business at Brock University, Canada (2006-2008). Dr Halog has held various positions as Visiting Faculty Fellow at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory of US Department of Energy, USA; as an Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Research Fellow at the Finnish Forest Research Institute; as Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan and at the University of Tokyo; and as an Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the National Research Council of Canada. His qualification in environmental life cycle assessment (LCA) has been officially certified by the American Centre for Life Cycle Assessment (ACLCA) since January 2009.
Industrial Ecology, Circular Economy, Green Economy,Transitions to Sustainability, Corporate Environmental Management, Green Supply Chain Management
Dr. Gang Liu is an associate professor at University of Southern Denmark. He holds a Ph.D. from , Industrial Ecology, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) On December 2012 , a Master’s degree in Resource and Environmental Management from Chinese Academy of Sciences(CAS) On June 2007. He is vice chair of the Socio Economic Metabolism section under the International Society for Industrial Ecology, a founding Board Member of the Chinese Society for Industrial Ecology, and an Editorial Board Member of Journal of Cleaner Production, Resource Conservation and Recycling, and Sustainability. He has consulted for international agencies such as European Commission Joint Research Centre, FAO, IEA, OECD, and the International Aluminium Institute. His previous work has been published in top journals such as Nature Climate Change and Environmental Science & Technology (Best Article Award in 2012).
Material/substance flow analysis; Sustainable resource and waste management; Urban metabolism and infrastructure stocks; Climate change mitigation (material-energy-emission nexus); Industrial ecology
Dr. Reza Shadnam, P.Eng., is a science manager in the R&D Incentives Practice within the KPMG. He is in contact with technical side of tens of companies in his current position. His research areas are micro/nano surface science/engineering and mechanical and mathematical dynamics and stability. He has completed a Ph.D. in the Surface Engineering and Instrumentation Laboratory at the National Institute of Nanotechnology. He has also received a Ph.D. degree in Structural Engineering (Structural Dynamics) from Sharif University of Technology in 2002. His background is in Civil Engineering. He has received an International medal in Chemistry and nationally recognized in Physics, Mathematics and Computing Science. He has presented in relevant conferences and he has reviewed manuscripts for 19 journals, e.g. Journal of Physics, International Journal of Mechanics of Solids, Nanotechnology, Natural Science and Applied Mathematical Modelling. He has contributed over 30 peer reviewed technical publications, 35+ (invited) talks and panel discussions to professional & technical communities, e.g. CUCC, BCLNA, APS, ACS, etc. He has taught in University of Alberta, Sharif University of Technology, IUST and NODET
Mechanical Engineering, Civil & Structural Engineering, Engineering Science, Engineering Mathematics, Education Engineering
Dr. Mohamed Deyab is a full Professor Researcher at Egyptian Petroleum Research Institute (EPRI). He is also working as Professor Visitor at the department of engineering for innovation of the University of Salent, Italy. In addition, he was appointed as Member of Petroleum and Mineral Resources Research Council (Academy of Scientific Research & Technology). His research interests include: (a) Electrochemistry and Corrosion, (b) Nanotechnology, (c) Energy production (d) coating and nano-caoting, (f) Corrosion inhibitors, (g) Petroleum industries. He is a co-author of 100 scientific papers, 6 books and has participated in 20 scientific conferences. He is a member of the Editorial Board and a Critic of many international journals. He has also developed a number of collaborations worldwide. He has awards of State Incentive Award in Chemistry 2014. He also got many of international appreciation such as: TOP 100 SCIENTIST (2010, Cambridge), Who's Who in the World (2009, 2010, 2013) and LEADING SCIENTS OF THE WORLD (2013, Cambridge)
Electrochemistry and Corrosion of Metals and Protection Methods , Nanotechnology , Energy (hydrogen, diesel, biodiesel, ethanol, fuel cell) , coating and nanocaoting , Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitors, Corrosion Inhibition in refinery petroleum industries