Q. Peng is mainly engaged in nuclear astrophysics , particle astrophysics and galactic astronomy research. In the field of nuclear astrophysics, Peng’s researches involve neutron stars (pulsars), the supernova explosion mechanism and the thermonuclear reaction inside the star, the synthesis of heavy elements and interstellar radioactive element such as the origin of celestial 26Al. 225 papers of him have be published。
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia
Jean-François Geneste professor at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, has a wide spectrum of competence in mathematics, physics and engineering. Formerly, he has been working for 31 years in the European aerospace industry. He is interested, among others, in building physics as a global coherent and consistent science, which is far from being the case today. For this, he is interested in disruptive experiment design before interpretation and laying new foundations, keeping in mind that even if the approach is quite different, the known laws, need to keep being verified.
Physique: De l’Esprit des Lois, Cépaduès 2010
Foundations of Physics: The Universal Universe, Wonderdice 2015
Somewhere between mathematics and physics, Wonderdice, 2019 (upcoming)
Sami M. AL-Jaber
Department of Physics, An-Najah National University
Vladislav Cherepennikov - director of the International scientific organization "Newton Society», director of LLC «Newton society", official representative in Russia of "Natural Philosophy Alliance", USA; Honorary Academician of the International Academy of Quality and Marketing, St. Petersburg, Russia; the person of the encyclopaedia “Who is Who in Russia” / Publishing house "Who is Who, Verlag fur Personenenzyklopadien AG, Switzerland, and corporation" The International Buziness Who is Who Corp ", Panama / and "The Best People of Russia ", the publishing house «СПЕЦ-АДРЕС» ("SPEC-ADDRESS"), Moscow, Russia
Haiduke Sarafian received his Ph.D. in Theoretical Nuclear Physics from Michigan State University, East Lansing Michigan. His major interest was Pion Induced Nuclear Reactions, specifically medium energy pion absorption in light nuclei. For a while he was a post-doc at National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan. He joined the Physics Department of The Pennsylvania State University - York. He was visiting faculty at Los Alamos Meson Physics Facility (LAMPF) at Los Alamos New Mexico. He has published 85 papers in reputable refereed international journals; presented papers in more than 35 countries. He is the author of "Mathematica Graphics Example Book for Beginners", 2015. Currently he is a professor of theoretical physics at PSU-York and holds the endowed Chair of the John T. and Paige S. Smith Professor of Science.
Philip Hoggan was admitted to Trinity College, Cambridge in 1978 by entrance exam. After an MA in Natural Sciences there in 1983 and a DPhil in 1987, he obtained a DSc by research in France, in 1991. He worked at the Catalysis laboratory in Caen, France from 1992 to 1998 when he was appointed to the Chair of Theoretical Surface Physics at Clermont in 1998. He edits Advances in Quantum Chem
Mohammad Fassihi is both a Novelist, Physicist and Mathematician. Is the author of the roman
“I wish to make you happy” and the book “Confined Quantum Field Theory”. Was born in 1946
in Iran. 1965 Attended Engineering faculty of Tehran’s university. Soon was jailed for six months
for a political activity, this together with a turbulent life have had a strong impact on his
literature and scientific work. 1971 Moved to Sweden for more adventure and studying physics
and mathematics. Activity in elementary particle physics;1981 Joint the elementary particle
physics group at Chalmers University of technology and did some work in quantization. Activity
in experimental physics; 1985-1994 worked with the surface physics group at the same
university. The work was mainly on the kinetics reactions on the Platinum surface. During this
time contributed to some publication like ;(A theoretical and experimental study of catalytic
ignition in the hydrogen-oxygen reaction on platinum. Hydrogen self-ignition, M. Fassihi and B.
Kasemo, Chem. Phys. Lett. ...). He has also publication in Mathematics.
Prof. Ahmed Yousef has completed his PhD in 1999 from Mansoura University and postdoctoral studies from Western Michigan University, USA. He is Ex-Chairman of Studies and Projects Sector at the Egyptian Ministry of Agriculture and is now the Professor of Water Resources in DRC, Egypt. He is Editor, Academic Editor and Associate Editor as well as reviwer in Some International Journals. He has gained wide experience for more than 25 years in various management related, water resources policy, hydrology, hydrogeology, sedimentation, environmental planning, ICZM, disaster risk management of climate change, desertification and agriculture plans, transboundary strategic action programmes, economics and social issues, and documents. He has been working as a consultant and team leader for a number of development projects sponsored by the World Bank, WFP, EC, FOA, ADB, Nile Basin Initiative and United Nation related water resources policy, hydrogeology, dams, protected areas, climate change and agriculture plans. He has published more than 60 scientific papers.
Valentina Markova Kirilova graduated from the Technical University of Sofia in 1981 as a regular training and also from St. Kliment Ohridski University of Sofia, specializing in Mathematics and Informatics as distance learning. She defended her Doctoral Dissertation and received a PhD Degree from the Scientific Institute from the Ministry of Military Defence in 1990. She now works at the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Mathematics and Informatics as an expert in algebraic encoding of information.
Institute of Mathematics and Mathematical Modeling,
Itzhak Orion is a senior researcher at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. Since October 2012 he is the head of the Department of Nuclear Engineering and recently act as head of the Department of Energy Engineering.
He received his B.Sc. (1990) in physics from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and M.Sc. (1993) in nuclear physics from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. His Ph.D. study in nuclear engineering was carried out in the field of simulations of radiation release after nuclear reactor accident. Research activities: theoretical radiation physics, simulations and methods for detectors development, radiotherapy methods, low-energy electron transport.
Gustavo López Velázquez
Department of Physics, The University of Guadalajara, Mexico
Dr. Gustavo López Velázquez was borned in México City in 1953, and his graduate studies were made in UNAM up to getting his Ph.D. He made a posdoc at Texas Accelerator Center under the direction of Drs Ross Huson P.M. Intyre. He went back to México to help the formation of a physics research center al León, Guanajuato, and went back to USA to join to the SSC group at Dallas, Texas, under the direction of Dr. Rainer Meinky. After the shutting down of the SSC Lab in 1994, Dr. López joined a group of researcher in Physics at the Guadalajara University and has been working there up to date. Main topics of interest: Quantum Computation and Information, Inverse Theorem of the Mechanics, Electromagnetic Radiation Reaction, Dynamical System and Chaos, and Classical Gravitational Waves.
Nuclear Engineering, New Mexico University, Albuquerque
From 2012-2015 I was a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Witwatersrand and from 2015-2017 I was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Cape Town. I have an ongoing research collaboration with Perimeter Institute in Waterloo and for the last few years, I have been mostly stationed there.
I obtained my Bachelor of Science (Honors) in Physics from the University of Dhaka in 2004. In 2004 I began my graduate study at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, earning a Ph.D. in 2010 as a student of Professor Akikazu Hashimoto. My Ph.D. thesis, entitled "Exotic Geometry in String Theory and Cosmology" explores geometry from two different avenues--non-commutative field theories along with their dual gravity theories and de Sitter model from type II string theory.