Dr. Mokhotjwa Simon Dhlamini is a Professor of Physics at the University of South Africa, in South Africa. His main research interests include the development of novel materials for various technological applications and the world’s drive to transition to sustainable energy systems, effective medical treatment and other advanced technologies. His research requires new smart materials with special properties and new novel materials which can be produced to make renewable energy and medical technologies more efficient. Currently he is working on the development of various materials for application in renewable energy, biological imaging and lighting technologies. Dr. Wang received his Ph.D. from Hokkaido University in Chemistry in 2013. Afterwards, he undertook research positions at University of California, Riverside and then RIKEN from 2013 to 2017.
Dr. Bhosale pursued his postdoctoral studies with Prof. S. Matile at University of Geneva, Switzerland, under the auspices of a Roche Foundation Fellowship. He worked as an ARC-APD Fellow at Monash University, Australia, for five years and also as an ARC-Future Fellow at RMIT University, Melbourne for 6 years. Prof. Bhosale has been working at the School of Chemical Sciences, Goa University, India as a UGC-FRP Professor since 2018. His research interests include in design and synthesis of π-functional materials, especially small molecules, for sensing, biomaterials and supramolecular chemistry applications.
Now, from January 2008, he became a full time professor of North China Electric Power University. In the last 5 years, he has published 50 articles and applied 20 patents, and has published three books. His research interest is in applied superconductivity in power systems, such as HTS cable, transformer, fault current limiter, magnet, cryogenic insulation, HTS characteristics, etc. Dr Valery Alexander Barachevsky graduated from St. Petersburg State University in 1960 and Post-graduated from the Institute Physics of St. Petersburg University in 1964. Currently, he is the Head of Lab for Photochromic Systems, Photochemistry Center of FSRC “Crystallography and Photonics” at the Russian Academy of Sciences. He has published 10 books, 455 scientific papers, and 117 Russian and foreign patents. Srinivasa Reddy Bonam graduated from the Chalapathi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences in Guntur, India, with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in pharmacy.
Dr. Mohammed El Hattab is developing research on the chemistry of natural products and their valorisation. His work mainly concerns the chemical analysis of essential oils and extract of marine and terrestrial organisms as well as the determination of their biological activities. His research also tuta hai gabba ka ghamand focuses on the screening of bacterial strains and their use in various aspects of biotechnology. In particular, his team has isolated strains from marine algae and used them in the biotransformation of monoterpenes. Recently, studies on nanosystems of natural products are also being carried out.