She is Senior Research Scientist at the Institute of Polymers, Composites and Biomaterials of Italian National Research Council (IPCB- CNR, Italy). Before, she was research associate in prof. Bernhard Wunderlichs group at University of Tennessee at Knoxville and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (USA).
Thermal analysis, structure and morphology of semicrystalline polymers, mainly biobased and biodegradable polymers, Polymer crystallization and melting, Crystallization kinetics, and structure property relationships.
He received his PhD in Computer Science and was a postdoctoral research associate at Purdue University, an assistant research officer at the National Research Council, Canada, and a software engineer at Nokia, Inc. Dr. Lin is currently a professor with UHD.
His research interests include Parallel/Distributed Computing, Data analytics, and human-centered Computing.
He received his Bachelor and master’s degree from Moscow Institute for Physics and Technology and Ph. D. from Russian Academy of Sciences (The Institute of Chemical Physics, Moscow). He worked at different Institutes of Russian Academy of Sciences: The Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Karpovs Physical-Chemistry Institute, and Institute of Chemical Physics in Moscow (Russia). He also was a postdoctoral researcher at University of California at Santa Barbara, Carnegie Mellon University, University of Pittsburgh, and Northwestern University.
His main interest now is in transport in tunneling junctions and recently in quantum dot sensitized solar cells. For numerical calculations Yuri Dahnovsky uses nonequilibrium Greens functions and develops of new ab initio computational methods.
He qualified as a Doctor in Medicine and Surgery at the University of Málaga (Spain) in 1994 and trained as Brain and Spinal Surgeon in London (UK) since 1996 where he gained a National Training Number (NTN) at the South Thames Deanery. He continued to work for the National Health Service (NHS) in The United Kingdom until 2012.
His special interest focus is brain and spinal tumors as well as management of brain and spinal injury
He received his PhD in History of Sciences and Technics Laureate and Associate member of the National Academy of Dental Surgery. Free Member of the National Academy of Surgery Fellow of the Pierre Fauchard Academy Knight of the Order of the Academic Palms Knight of the Order of the National Merit 27 books More than 450 publications in 5 languages.
History of Medicine, History of Dentistry, Forensic Dentistry
Giulio Tarro graduated from Medicine School, Naples University (1962). Research Associate, Division of Virology and Cancer Research, Children’s Hospital (1965-1968), Assistant Professor of Research Pediatrics, College Medicine (1968-1969), Cincinnati University, Ohio. Oncological Virology Professor, Naples University (1972-1985).
He has interest on Murine Virology, Antiviral Chemotherapy, Effects of inhibitors on viraI replication, Studies on the role of herpesviruses in cancer, Tumor immunology and Pathology of AIDS
She earned her PhD in engineering sciences with an emphasis in the consequences of heavy metal content, at the Banats University Timisoara in 2005. She claimed habilitation thesis, in the field of biotechnology, at the University of Cluj-Napoca in 2013.
He earned his PhD from Tohoku University in Japan. He is currently chief research scientist of Research Institute for Electromagnetic Materials, a public utility foundation in Sendai Japan. He has been involved in research subjects mainly on magnetic functionalities including hard magnetism, magnetooptical properties and anomalous Hall effect in inorganic sputtered thin films and laser generated nanoparticle colloids belonging to the foundation, universities and private companies.
Magnetic functionalities; Hard magnetism; Magnetooptical properties; Anomalous Hall effect in inorganic sputtered thin films; Laser generated nanoparticle colloids belonging to the foundation
He received his PhD from University of Athens in 1976 and he is a professor of environmental chemistry in Department of Chemistry, University of Athens. Prof, He has coordinated 3 European Projects on environmental biosensors (CIPA96-0231, IC15-CT96-0804 and QLK3-2000-01311).
He has interest on construction of novel chemical nanosensors that can be used for the rapid detection of environmental pollutants directly in the gas phase.