Angela Lu | Management information | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Angela Lu | Management information | Best Researcher Award

Prof . Angela  Lu, City University of Hong Kong,Hong Kong

Dr. Angela Lu is a distinguished professor at City University, recognized for her expertise in [insert field or specialty]. With a robust background in [mention specific areas of expertise or research interests], she has contributed significantly to both academia and industry. Dr. Lu’s research endeavors have been published in prestigious journals and have garnered recognition for their innovative approaches and impactful findings.

Professional Profiles 

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Qualification:

Ph.D. in Sociology, Stanford University, 2018,M.A., Stanford University, 2011,B.A., Fudan University, 2009

Teaching Experience

Data Visualization,Research Methods for the IS Manager.,Global Business Systems Strategy & ,Research Seminars (PhD),Social Networks (undergraduate)…

Grants :

General Research Fund (GRF), University Grants Committee of Hong Kong,National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC),Public Policy Research Fund (PPR),Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF).,

Professional Service:

Board member, Business College Board, City University of Hong Kong.,Ad hoc reviewer for various academic journals and conferences…This comprehensive profile highlights Dr. Angela Lu’s significant contributions to academia, her extensive research portfolio, teaching experience, and involvement in professional service.

Selected Journal Publications:

  • “Growing User Base in the Early Stage of Digital Sharing Economy Platforms…”
  • “Political Network Contingency: Political Connection and Career Mobility in the Chinese Bureaucracy…”
  • “The Dynamics of Collapse in an Authoritarian Regime…”
  • “After State Socialism: Regime Change and Transformational Recessions…”

Jabbar Mohmmed | Computer aided machine | Outstanding Research Achievement Award in Mechanical CAD |

Assist Prof Dr.Jabbar Mohmmed |  Computer aided machine | Outstanding Research Achievement Award in Mechanical CAD

Jabbar Mohmmed,University of Technology- Iraq

Jabbar Mohmmed is a dedicated academician associated with the University of Technology in Iraq. With a passion for education and research, he has made significant contributions to his field. His expertise lies in [mention specific area of expertise, e.g., electrical engineering, computer science, etc.], where he has conducted extensive research and published numerous papers in reputed journals. Mohmmed is known for his commitment to advancing knowledge and fostering a culture of learning within his academic community. As a respected member of the university, he plays an integral role in shaping the next generation of professionals in [mention relevant field]. Through his teaching, mentorship, and research endeavors, Mohmmed continues to make valuable contributions to both academia and society as a whole.

Professional Profiles:

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Qualification:

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.DField of Study: Mechanical Engineering / Applied MechanicsThesis: Vibration Suppression of a Pipe Conveying Fluid Using Shape Memory AlloyDuration: 16/09/2017 – 20/09/2022Master of Science (M.Sc.)Field of Study: Mechanical Engineering / Applied MechanicsThesis: Effect of Glass Ceramic Coating on Properties of Steel Panels Used in Heat Exchanger in Power PlantDuration: 15/10/2008 – 22/09/2011Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)Field of Study: Mechanical Engineering / Production & metallurgyFinal grade: Ranked the (1st) out of (115) graduates in the departmentDuration: 22/12/1998 – 11/09/2003

Digital Skills :

AutoCad 2D -3D,Matlab/Simulik,Ansys software basic level,Microsoft Office,Microsoft Word

Work Experience:

Faculty Member (Assistant ProfessorLocation: Baghdad, IraqDuration: 02/05/2021 – CURRENTResponsibilities:Teaching theoretical and practical coursesSupervising postgraduate studentsDiscussing theses and dissertationsWriting scientific research and conducting laboratory experimentsFaculty Member (Assistant Lecturer – LecturerLocation: Baghdad, IraqDuration: 22/09/2011 – 02/05/2021Responsibilities:Teaching theoretical and practical coursesSupervising postgraduate studentsWriting scientific research and conducting laboratory experimentsEngineer – Senior EngineerLocation: Baghdad, IraqDuration: 11/12/2005 – 22/09/2011Responsibilities:Responsible for Powder Technology LaboratoryConducting laboratory experiments

Publications:

  • Determination of Natural Frequency and Critical Velocity of Inclined Pipe Conveying Fluid under Thermal Effect by Using Integral Transform Technique – 2022
  • The Combining Effect of Inclination Angle, Aspect Ratio and Thermal Loading on the Dynamic Response of Clamped-Clamped Pipe Conveying Fluid – 2022
  • Dynamic response of inclined pipe conveying fluid under thermal effect – 2021
  • Effect of the torsional vibration depending on the number of cylinders in reciprocating engines – 2021
  • Natural frequency and critical velocities of heated inclined pinned PP-R pipe conveying fluid – 2021
  • Experimental study of the mechanical and corrosion properties of ethyl silicate resin applied on low carbon steel – 2021
  • Effect of nano-sized SiO2 particles addition on the surface roughness and micro hardness of copper-based friction materials – 2021
  • Effect of cyclic heat treatment on microstructure and mechanical properties of AA 6061-T6 aluminum alloy – 2020
  • Buckling and bending properties of aluminium plate with multiple cracks – 2020
  • Effect of Annealing Treatment on the Anisotropy Behavior of Cold Rolled Stainless Steel 304 Sheets – 2018
  • Evaluation the Mechanical Properties of Kaolin Particulate Reinforced Epoxy Composites – 2018
  • Experimental Study for the Effects of Crystalline Agents on Properties of Glass-Ceramic Coating – 2018
  • A new high thermal shock resistant one-layer glass–ceramic coating for industrial and engineering applications – 2017
  • Evaluation the Mechanical Properties of Shot Peened TIG Welded Aluminum Sheets – 2017
  • An Experimental Approach and Constructing a New Non-Linear Regression Model for Prediction the Anisotropy Parameters of Annealing Treated Commercially Pure Aluminum Sheets – 2016
  • Tensile and Compressive Properties of Kaolin Reinforced Epoxy – 2015
  • Wear Rate and Hardness of Boride Low Carbon Steel – 2015
  • Wear Resistance of a New Glass Ceramic Coating – 2014
  • Studying and Modeling the Effects of Quartz Addition and Heat Treatment on Mechanical Properties of Glass-Ceramic Coating – 2014
  • The Experimental Study and Mathematical Model of the Effect of Alumina Particles Reinforcement on Mechanical Properties of Epoxy – 2014
  • Modeling of the Corrosion Behavior of Enamel Coatings in Different Aggressive Media – 2014
  • Experimental approach to mechanical properties of natural rubber mixing with calcium carbonate powder – 2012
  • Study the Effect of Angle Dorsiflexion on Bending Stress of Prosthetic Pylon – 2012
  • Studying and Modeling the Effects of Quartz Addition and Heat Treatment on Corrosion Properties of Ceramic Coating – 2011

 

 

 

Amr Fahil | Geothermal energy | Best Researcher Award

Dr . Amr Fahil | Geothermal energy | Best Researcher Award

Dr.Amr Fahil ,Tanta University,Egypt

Amr Fahil is a student at Tanta University in Egypt 🎓. Passionate about learning and exploring new opportunities, he is dedicated to pursuing his studies with enthusiasm and determination 📚. With a curious mind and a drive for success, Amr is eager to make a positive impact in his field of study and beyond ✨.

Professional Profiles:

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Qualification:

2010 – 2014 Doctor of Philosophy in Geology “Geothermics” Between University of North Carolina (UNCW), Wilmington, Earth and Ocean Sciences Department, United States of America (USA) and Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, EGYPT Thesis: ‘Potentiality and Structural Modeling of the Geothermal Reservoir Integrating Remote Sensing and GIS Techniques in the Gulf of Suez – Egypt’ Master of Science, M.Sc. (Geology) Geology Department, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, EGYPT Thesis: ‘Structural deformation of the Phanerozoic sedimentary succession of El-Hamrawein surrounding areas, Northwest Red Sea, Eastern Desert, Egypt’ 2005 – 2009 Bachelor of Science, B.Sc., Excellent with honor (Geology) Department of Geology, Faculty of Science, Tanta University, EGYPT Thesis: ‘Granite in Egypt’

Research Interests :

Field mapping – Structural analysis of rift-related areas – Clastic sedimentology – Geothermics – Remote Sensing and Arc GIS Renewable Energy

Experiences:

1. Teaching Experience 2009 – Now Teaching and supervision, Tanta University, EGYPT Petrography of sedimentary rocks, geological and structural maps, photogeology and GIS, engineering geology, Remote Sensing, geochemistry of clastic rocks, micro- and macro-paleontology, field geology, soil mechanics, basin analysis, geotectonic, geophysics, environmental geology, physical geology, mineralogy and crystallography 2. Training Experience Spring 2015 Khalda Petroleum Company, Cairo, EGYPT Fall 2012 AAPG (American Association of Petroleum Geologists) training course including; presentation Skills training; basic open hole logging & formation evaluation; rig safety; rig components & introduction in drilling fluids engineering; way to petroleum industry – operation geology and well site geologist; seismic data Acquisition and, processing and interpretation) Summer 2008 General Petroleum Company (GPC), Gulf of Suez, EGYPT 3. Field Experience (selected fieldtrips) Spring, 2014,2015,2017 Structural analysis and sedimentological studies of the Succession of the Nubian Sandstone to Quaternary deposits, Wadi El Hamrawein, Eastern Desert, EGYPT Spring, 2013 Sedimentological investigation of the area of Baharia Oasis, Western Desert, EGYPT Spring, 2012 Structural investigation of Quseir area, Eastern Desert, EGYPT Fall 2012 Member of AAPG-TUSC to Fayoum Depression, Qarun Lake and Abu Rawash area, West Cairo, EGYPT Spring, 2011 Geological investigation of the area of Quseir area, Eastern Desert, EGYPT Spring, 2010 Geological studies of Marsa Alam area, Red Sea Coast, EGYPT Winter, 2009 Geological investigation of Quseir area, Eastern Desert, EGYPT 4. Analytical/Instrumental Experience Thin-section preparation, staining techniques, point-counting, sieving analysis, soil mechanics, XRD. 5. Software Experience Surfer, Envi, Arc GIS Pro, Corel Draw, Minpit 2.02, Mapinfo, Surpac, Python, Global mapper, Qgis, Base camp, Lucas map, Micromine, LePFROG, IoGas, Dips, Oasis Montaj, Corel drew, Ilustrator, Petrel, Geomatica, Google earth, Google earth engine, Illois, GeoBlock, Geotrace, Albion, Gempy, Madagascar, FreeUSP, FreeDDS, PSEIS-OSS, Rockware, Blender and illustrator.

Publications:

  1. Shebl et al., 2023 – Towards better delineation of hydrothermal alterations via multi-sensor remote sensing and airborne geophysical data
  2. Alharbi et al., 2023 – Shoreline change rate detection applying the DSAS technique on low and medium resolution data: Case study along Ash Shu’aybah-Al Mujayrimah coastal Area of the Eastern Red Sea, Saudi Arabia
  3. Shebl et al., 2022 – Lithological Discrimination Utilizing Advanced Land Imager: A Case Study From The Egyptian Eastern Desert
  4. Fahil & Ghoneim, 2023 – Assessing the Geothermal Parameters by Integrating Geophysical and Geospatial Techniques at Siwa Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt
  5. Fahil & Ghoneim, 2023 – Detecting Potential Geothermal Sites by Using Well Logging, Geophysical and Remote Sensing Data at Siwa Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt
  6. Alharbi et al., 2023 – Shoreline change rate detection using DSAS technique: Case along Ash Shu’aybah-Al Mujayrimah coastal Area of the Eastern Red Sea, Saudi Arabia
  7. Fahil et al., 2020 – Integration of Well Logging and Remote Sensing Data for Detecting Potential Geothermal Sites along the Gulf of Suez, Egypt
  8. Fahil et al., 2020 – Identification of Potential Hydrothermal Mineralization Zones Associated with Geothermal Hotspot Waters Using Geospatial Analysis Techniques and Worldview-3 Imagery at Ayn Musa Region, Northwestern Sinai, Egypt
  9. Noweir et al., 2020 – Integration and Analysis of Well Logging and Remote Sensing Data for Exploring New Potential Geothermal Sites Along the Gulf of Suez, Egypt
  10. Fahil et al., 2020 – Structural and Geospatial Analysis for Discovering New Geothermal Fields Along the Gulf of Suez Rift, Egypt
  11. Noweir et al., 2019 – Integrating Remote Sensing and Field Data for Geothermal Energy Exploration in the Gulf of Suez, Egypt
  12. Fahil et al., 2019 – Using Satellite Remote Sensing and GIS Modeling to Detect New Potential Sites for Geothermal Energy Along the Gulf of Suez Rift, Egypt
  13. Fheel, 2014 – Structural deformation of the Phanerozoic sedimentary succession of El-Hamrawein surrounding areas, Northwest Red Sea, Eastern Desert, Egypt
  14. Noweir & Fheel, 2014 – Structural evolution of extensional Phanerozoic Rift blocks: El-Hamrawein area, Northwest Red Sea, Eastern Desert, Egypt

Longxin Zhang | Computer Technology | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Longxin Zhang | Computer technology | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Longxin Zhang, Hunan University of Technology, China

👨‍💻 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Longxin Zhang 🎓 born on November 28, 1983, is an accomplished computer scientist holding a Ph.D. from Hunan University. 🏫 Currently serving as an Associate Professor in the College of Computer Science at Hunan University of Technology, he boasts over 9 years of expertise. His research spans deep learning, distributed systems, parallel algorithms, and cloud computing. 🌐 With 40+ publications in esteemed journals and conferences, including IEEE Transactions, and 5 patents, his impactful work extends to railway fault detection and biopharmaceutical applications. 🚄 Recognized with the 2022 Hunan Province natural science second prize, Dr. Zhang continues to excel in academia and innovation. 🏆✨

🎓 Qualification:

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Hunan University, China, 2015

🏢 Current Designation:

Associate Professor, College of Computer Science, Hunan University of Technology 🏫

🌐 Professional Experience:

Over 9 years in the field of Computer Science

🔍 Area of Specialization:

Computer Science, with a focus on Deep Learning

🌍 Professional Background:

Visiting Scholar, University of Florida (2019-2020). Research Interests: Deep Learning, Distributed Computing Systems, Cloud Computing, Parallel Algorithms.

🏆 Awards and Recognition:

2022: Second prize in natural science in Hunan Province, China.

🌐 International Engagement:

Collaborated in 49 joint publications/projects. Presented research in 1 country.

🎙️ Professional Contributions:

Reviewer for 14 international journals, including IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems. Active involvement in 11 editorial appointments.

💡 Innovation and Impact:

Applied research outcomes in railway fault detection and biopharmaceutical directions with positive feedback

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 809.
  • Citations – 809.
  • h-index – 12.
  • Documents – 28.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

Research Focus 🚀:

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Longxin Zhang is a trailblazer in the field of Computer Science, specializing in the bi-objective optimization of workflow scheduling in heterogeneous computing systems. His groundbreaking work encompasses the intersection of energy consumption and reliability, as evidenced by his highly cited publications. With a keen interest in enhancing task scheduling efficiency, his research addresses critical aspects such as maximizing reliability with energy conservation and joint optimization of energy efficiency and system reliability. Dr. Zhang’s expertise extends to novel heuristic strategies for speculative execution in heterogeneous distributed environments, contributing significantly to advancements in cloud computing, parallel tasks, and fault diagnosis in renewable energy systems. 🌐💻⚙️

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Xifeng Wu | Molecular Cancer Epidemiology | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Xifeng Wu | Molecular Cancer Epidemiology | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Xifeng Wu, Zhejiang University, China

Prof. Xifeng Wu, a distinguished figure in public health, is the Dean and Professor at Zhejiang University’s School of Public Health, China. Holding multiple roles, he serves as the Vice President at The Second Affiliated Hospital and is the Executive Dean of the D. H. Chen School of Universal Health. Prof. Wu is also the Director of the National Institute for Data Science in Health and Medicine and the Center for Big Data Research in Medical Insurance & Health Policy. With a robust background, he earned an M.D. from Fudan University, an M.S. in Occupational Health from Zhejiang University, and a Ph.D. in Epidemiology from The University of Texas Health Science Center. As a globally recognized expert, he holds dual adjunct professor appointments in the United States and China. 🌐🏥👩‍🎓

🌐 Current Titles and Affiliations:

Dean and Professor, School of Public Health, Zhejiang University 🏫. Vice President, The Second Affiliated Hospital, Zhejiang University School of Medicine 🏥. Executive Dean, D. H. Chen School of Universal Health, Zhejiang University 🌐. Director, National Institute for Data Science in Health and Medicine, Zhejiang University 📊. Director, Center for Big Data Research in Medical Insurance & Health Policy, Zhejiang University 🖥️. Adjunct Professor, George Washington University, United States 🎓. Adjunct Professor, Cancer Hospital Affiliated to University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Zhejiang Cancer Hospital) 🏥.

🎓 Education:

Fudan University, Shanghai, China, M.D., 1984, Medicine 🩺. Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, M.S., 1987, Occupational Health 🌡️. The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Public Health, Houston, TX, Ph.D., 1994, Epidemiology 🧪.

🔬 Postgraduate Training:

Postdoctoral Fellow, Cell Biology, National Institute for the Industrial Environment and Risks, Verneuil-en-Halatte, France, 1990-1991 🌍.

👩‍🎓 Credentials:

National Cytogenetic Specialist Certification, 1994 🧬. Center for Creative Leadership Training, Women’s Leadership Program, 6/2005 🌟. MD Anderson Cancer Center, Faculty Leadership Academy, 2007 🏆.

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 48198.
  • Citations – 48198.
  • h-index – 111.
  • Documents – 950.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

Research Focus 🚀:

Prof. Xifeng Wu’s groundbreaking research spans epidemiology and genomics, particularly in cancer studies. Notably, their work has investigated the minimum amount of physical activity for reduced mortality, shedding light on public health guidelines. Their contributions to lung cancer research are profound, with studies on susceptibility loci, intratumor heterogeneity, and the modulation of repair capacity. Pioneering investigations into the link between insulin-like growth factor-I and lung cancer risk showcase their dedication to understanding molecular aspects. Additionally, their exploration of detectable clonal mosaicism, genetic variants influencing cancer risk, and the role of telomere dysfunction underscores a comprehensive approach to unraveling the complexities of cancer biology. 🌐🧬

🎓 Publications Top Note:

 

Denis Barros | Thermodynamics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Denis Barros | Thermodynamics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Denis Barros, UNESP, Brazil

Dr. Denis Barros, hailing from Brazil, holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering from the University of São Paulo (USP), where he explored the Al-V-Zr ternary system. Under the guidance of Dr. Gilberto Carvalho Coelho, his research contributed to understanding the system’s liquidus projection and isothermal section. Prior to his Ph.D., he earned a Master’s degree delving into the same ternary system. Dr. Barros commenced his academic journey with a Bachelor’s in Materials Engineering, focusing on Welding Procedure Qualification. Currently, at Paulista State University – UNESP, he imparts knowledge as a substitute teacher, emphasizing Mechanical Technology. 🇧🇷🔬

Education 🎓:

Ph.D. in Materials Engineering, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil [2012 – 2018]. Thesis: “Liquidus projection and isothermal section at 1200°C of the Al-V-Zr ternary system”. Advisor: Dr. Gilberto Carvalho Coelho. Master in Materials Engineering, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil [2016 – 2018]. Master Thesis: “Experimental Investigation of the isothermal section in the Al-V-Zr ternary system at 1200°C”. Advisor: Dr. Gilberto Carvalho Coelho. Bachelor of Materials Engineering, University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil [2010 – 2015]. Project: “Welding Procedure Qualification according ASME IX Manufacturing Code”. Advisor: Dr. Maria Ismênia Sodero de Faria.

Professional Experience 💼:

Substitute Teacher, Paulista State University – UNESP, Industrial Technical School of Guaratinguetá – CTIG [2017 – Present]. Discipline: Mechanical Technology.

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 43.
  • Citations – 43.
  • h-index – 5.
  • Documents – 13.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

Research Focus 🚀:

Dr. Denis Barros, affiliated with UNESP in Brazil, is a distinguished researcher specializing in the liquidus projection of various metal systems. His primary research focus lies in the exploration of alloy systems, including Al–Ti–Zr, Al-Nb-V, Al–Nb–V, Al-Cr-V, and Al–V–Zr. With 12 citations in 2020 for the Al–Ti–Zr system and subsequent recognition in related systems, Dr. Barros has made substantial contributions to the field. His work extends to experimental investigations, thermodynamic modeling, and liquidus projections, demonstrating a comprehensive approach to understanding phase equilibria and materials behavior. 🌐🔍🔬

🎓 Publications Top Note:

 

Xiangsong Feng | Fluid Mechanics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xiangsong Feng | Fluid Mechanics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xiangsong Feng, Columbia University in the City of New York, United States

Dr. Xiangsong Feng, born on March 15, 1986, in Henan Province, China, is a dedicated scientist specializing in Time-resolved Cryo-Electron Microscopy and Microfluidics. Currently, a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Columbia University Medical Center, his expertise lies in fluid mechanics, microfabrication, and passive micromixing mechanisms. With a Ph.D. in Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, his research journey includes impactful contributions to microfluidic spraying-plunging methods. Dr. Feng’s pursuit of knowledge spans international collaborations, including a stint as a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University. Married and Chinese by nationality, his work reflects a passion for advancing cutting-edge techniques in cryo-EM. 🧪🔍

🎓 Academic Journey:

Currently serving as a Postdoctoral Research Scientist at Columbia University Medical Center, USA, specializing in Microfluidics-based time-resolved cryo-EM under the guidance of Prof. Joachim Frank, a Nobel laureate in Chemistry.

🌍 International Exposure:

Previous experiences include being a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, USA, where Dr. Feng worked on Microfluidic spraying-plunging methods for high-resolution single-particle cryo-EM.

👨‍💻 Research Highlights:

Completed a Ph.D. in Engineering at Harbin Institute of Technology, China, focusing on passive micromixing mechanisms and applications. Explored microdevice fabrication and AC electrokinetic manipulations of microfluidics and microparticles.

🏆 Academic Achievements:

Holds a Master’s degree in Engineering from Shenzhen Graduate School, Harbin Institute of Technology, with a notable GPA and ranking. Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Harbin University of Commerce, excelling in finite element analysis using CATIA software.

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 502.
  • Citations – 502.
  • h-index – 10.
  • Documents – 16.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

Research Focus 🚀:

Dr. Xiangsong Feng, affiliated with Columbia University in New York, is a trailblazing researcher in microfluidics and cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM). Renowned for his groundbreaking work on a microfluidic spraying-plunging method for high-resolution single-particle cryo-EM, cited 108 times, he has significantly impacted the field. Dr. Feng’s expertise extends to innovative micromixers, continuously electrotriggered core coalescence, and particle separation methods. With 79 citations each, his contributions reveal a focus on efficient micromixers and simplified devices for particle separation. His research, spanning vortex effects, induced charge electro-osmosis, and flexible particle beam switching, demonstrates a commitment to advancing microfluidic techniques for scientific breakthroughs. 🧪🔍

🎓 Publications Top Note:

 

Michael Carl | Translation | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Michael Carl | Translation | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Michael Carl, Kent State University, United States

Prof. Michael Carl 🎓🌐With a diverse international academic background, Prof. Michael Carl is a Computer Sciences scholar and Professor at Kent State University, USA, since 2018. Holding a DSC from Universität des Saarlandes, Germany, and multiple degrees from esteemed institutions in France and Canada, his expertise spans Artificial Intelligence, Pattern Recognition, and Linguistic Informatics. Prof. Carl has held key positions worldwide, including Renmin University in China and Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. His impactful research extends to Stanford University, contributing significantly to the field. As a seasoned academic, he continues to enrich global knowledge in computer sciences and information research. 🌍👨‍🏫

📚 Academic Journey:

PostDoc from Université de Montréal, Canada, in 2002. DSC in Computer Sciences from Universität des Saarlandes, Germany, in 2001. ENGD in Artificial Intelligence & Pattern Recognition from Pierre and Marie Curie, France, in 1991. MS in Linguistique Informatique from Université de Paris 7, France, in 1990. MA in Kommunikations wissenschaftliche Grundlagen von Sprache und Musik from Technische Universität Berlin, Germany, in 1993.

👨‍🏫 Appointments and Positions:

Presently serving as a Professor at Kent State University since 2018. Previously held positions at Renmin University in Beijing, China, and as a Visiting Researcher at the National Institute of Informatics in Tokyo, Japan. Contributed as a Professor mso. at Copenhagen Business School, Denmark. International experience includes being a Visiting Researcher at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA, USA. Researcher at Institut der Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Angewandten Informations for schung in Saarbruecken, Germany, from 1994 to 2008.

Professional Profiles:

The impact of her research is evident in citation metrics and indices from Google Scholar:

  • Cited by: All – 4293.
  • Citations – 4293.
  • h-index – 36.
  • Documents – 278.

A prolific researcher making meaningful contributions to the academic world!

Research Focus 🚀:

Dr. Michael Carl, affiliated with Kent State University in the United States, is a pioneering researcher in Translation Process Research (TPR) and Computational Linguistics. His groundbreaking work, such as “Translog-II” and “Eye Tracking as an MT Evaluation Technique,” has significantly impacted empirical translation process research. Dr. Carl’s focus on post-editing, translation production processes, and the innovative use of eye-tracking and keylogging data distinguishes him. With a notable publication record and extensive contributions to understanding translator behavior, his work, including “Gazing and Typing Activities during Translation” and “Word Translation Entropy,” showcases his dedication to unraveling the intricacies of translation cognition. 📊👁️🖥️

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Babar Shah | Aerodynamics | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Babar Shah | Aerodynamics | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Babar Shah, International Islamic University, Pakistan

Mr. Babar Shah, currently serving as Vice-Principal at Riphah International College, is a dedicated educator and researcher based in Pakistan. With a Ph.D. in progress at the International Islamic University Islamabad, his focus lies in “Heat Transfer Analysis of Non-Similar Axisymmetric Flows.” As a lecturer at FCC & S College Fateh Jang from 2016 to 2022, he taught a range of graduate courses spanning Calculus, Analytical Geometry, Mathematical Methods, Numerical Analysis, Mechanics, and Vector Analysis. Babar Shah’s mathematical interests encompass fluid dynamics, heat and mass transfer, and computational fluid dynamics, showcasing a diverse academic portfolio. He has earned accolades, including a Ph.D. Reimburse Scholarship and participation in the International Research Support Initiative Program (IRSIP) at Monash University, Australia. 🏆🌐

🎓 Academic Pursuits:

Ph.D. candidate at the International Islamic University Islamabad, with a research focus on “Heat Transfer Analysis of Non-Similar Axisymmetric Flows” under the guidance of Associate Prof. Dr. Ahmer Mehmood. M.Phil. degree (2015-2017) explored “Boundary Layer Flow due to Uniform Stretching of a Circular Cylinder” with a CGPA of 3.25/4. M.Sc. in Laplace Transform from Preston University, Islamabad, in 2014 with a CGPA of 3.8/4. B.Ed. from Preston University, Islamabad, in 2017.

🧮 Mathematical Interests:

Babar Shah’s mathematical interests span Ordinary/Partial Differential Equations, Continuous Moving Surfaces, Newtonian/Non-Newtonian fluids, Turbulent Boundary Layer Flows, Convective Heat, and Mass Transfer, Porous Media, MHD Fluid Flow, and Computational Fluid Dynamics.

🏆 Awards and Fellowships:

Ph.D. Reimburse Scholarship. International Research Support Initiative Program (IRSIP) for Monash University, Australia.

Professional Profiles:

Research Focus 🚀:

Mr. Babar Shah, associated with the International Islamic University in Pakistan, excels in theoretical and computational analyses of fluid dynamics with a focus on convective transport, radiation effects, and heat transfer phenomena. His research delves into the intricacies of laminar flows over bodies of revolution, exploring the combined impacts of surface sharpness and transverse curvature on thermal transport. Babar Shah’s expertise extends to computational analysis, evident in studies on flow separation in mixed convection MHD flows and analyzing the effects of TVC (thrust vector control) on seizing flow around a moving continuous cylinder. His contributions significantly advance our understanding of fluid behavior in complex scenarios. 📈🔍

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