Chen Jian, Male, born in 1981, DSc Tech, Associate Research Fellow, working at Changchun Institute of Optics Fine Mechanics and Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Optoelectronic Countermeasure Department since 2007, publishes 37 academic papers including 10 EI papers and has been reviewers for IEEE Photonics Journal(SCI Journal), Optics Express(SCI Journal) and Infrared & Laser Engineer(EI Journal).
B.S., 1999.9-2003.7, Dalian University of Technology (DUT), Department of physics. M.S., 2003.9-2006.7, Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics (DICP), State Key Laboratory of Molecular Reaction Dynamics. Ph.D., 2011.8-2014.7, Institute of Theoretical Chemistry, Jilin university, Changchun, Jilin province. 2014.12-2016.06, Postdoctor’s position at Institute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Visiting Scholar, Ludong University (2016.10-2018.11).
I am major in the research of theoretical chemistry and condensed physics based on first-principles. Reaction mechanism and kinetics of atomosphere molecules as well as radical reactions, Theoretical investigations of the photodissociation dynamics of some importa nt molecules in photochemistry, The oxidation of titanium alloys, Molecular structure and molecular spectra
2023.05-present Satellite Intelligent Computer Team, Zhejiang Lab, Senior Research Specialist, 2021.07-2023.03 Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Assistant Researcher, 2016.09-2021.06 University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), Doctoral degree, 2019.10–2020.03 Washington University in ST.Louis (WUSTL), Visiting Scholar, 2012.09–2016.07 Changan Unversity, Bachelor
Oct 2019-Sep 2023 (4 years) Postdoctoral researcher, University of Hawaii at Mānoa (UHM), Dec 2018-Sep 2019 (10 months) Freelance developer, Massy, France, Jul 2016-Nov 2018 (2 years & 5 months) Postdoctoral researcher, National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Jan-Jun 2016 (6 months) Postdoctoral researcher, INSA Rouen, Oct 2012-Dec 2015 (3 years & 3 months) Doctorate (PhD), University of Rouen, Aug 2011-Jul 2012 (1 year) Master (thesis), Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), May-Jul 2010 Summer Intern, Young Scientist Research Fellow (YSRP), May-Jul 2009 (3 months) Summer Intern.
Experienced professional who is used to working efficiently under difficult conditions. Prefers research in nuclear and elementary particle physics and has a deep solid state physics (lattice dynamics and electronic excitation, Raman and optical spectroscopy, luminescence, anharmonicity, nonlinear optics, insulators, semiconductors, metals and polymers, and isotope effect in solid state physics; as well as isotope engineering – new isotope pure materials (Si, Ge, diamond, SiO2 etc) for computer memory, quantum computer, fiber optics and so on).
Discovered the isotope effect on exciton binding energy (Wannier-Mott exciton model, experimental manifestation of the strong nuclear interaction in solids, experimental evidence of self-trapped electrons and quantum diffusion of Vk center in insulators as well as the effect of the isotope disorder on the phonon and exciton states. Supervision of post-graduate Ph. D. students since 1975. Discovery quark – lepton interaction in Yukawa potential. Ten post-graduate students received their Ph. D degrees in physics under supervision.
Deep knowledge of Precalculus, Calculus (first and second teaching year, Power series and Differential equations as well as Linear Algebra (Basic and College, including Analytical Geometry) and its applications, differential equations, computing method, elements of cryptography.
Prof. Dr. Xiaohu Li received his Ph.D. in Astrochemistry from Leiden University in 2015, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Ewine van Dishoeck. He served as an EACOA fellow at the East Asian Observatory from 2015-2018, hosted by National Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences (NAOC) and Academia Sinica Institute of Astronomy and Astrophysics (ASIAA), and as a FAST fellow at the Center for Astronomical Mega-Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences from 2018-2019. In 2019, he became a full professor and head of the Astrochemistry Group at Xinjiang Astronomical Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences. His research focuses on Astrochemistry, Astrophysics, Evolved Stars, Molecules in Space, and Radio Astronomy.
Astrochemistry, Evolved Stars, Molecules in Space, Radio Astronomy
I have obtained Ph.D from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
Full Professor in the same University in 2017. I am an organizer of International Conferences and Seminars and Editorial Board Member of international journals. I have published four monographs in the English language and one Editorial Book ‘Modified Theories of Gravity and Cosmological Applications’, 2022.
I am a founding member of the Balkan Society of Geometers and served as its Vice-President from 2000 to 2004. I served a founding member of the Hellenic Relativity, Gravitation and Cosmology Society. I am referee in many international journals and an invited speaker at Universities and Workshops worldwide.
I contributed in the development of the research topic of Finslerian Gravitation and Finslerian Cosmology, with more than 90 research papers published in international journals and proceedings in international conferences since 1991. I am a member of the Scientific and Organizing Committees of more than 20 Conferences.
Modified gravity, Gravitational waves, Finsler cosmology, Extended Friedmann equations, Dark matter, Dark energy, Inflationary cosmology.
Science Department Chair/Science Faculty, Arlington Tech, Arlington, VA, August 2021-Present
• Provide and coordinate pre and post award activities for grants and Contracts, • Oversees ongoing curriculum and research development, • Responsible for annual research budget requests and justifications, • Manages the bi-monthly science department agenda and meetings, • Demonstrated a willingness to examine and implement the change necessary, to produce efficient and effective systems and increase student achievement in project-based learning research 9-12 grades • Classroom teacher at Arlington Tech, an authentic project-based learning environment, • Teaching dual-enrollment College Physics I & II, offered by Northern Virginia Community College, • Teaching and developing college and high-school-level project-based science courses
Adjunct Online Instructor, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, August 2022-Present
• Remote instructor in 100% online College Physics I & II, • Teaching and developing online Physics and Astronomy Courses on different platforms (Canvas, Moodle, Blackboard, Engage, etc.),
Adjunct Online Instructor, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, September 2021-Present
• Remote instructor in 100% online Astronomy Course, • Teaching and developing online Physics and Astronomy Courses on different, platforms (Canvas, Moodle, Blackboard, Engage, etc.)
Mustafa Bayram obtained his PhD degree (Applied mathematics and Computer Sciences) from Bath University (England) in 1993, and He is a full Professor of Computer Engineering at Biruni University. He was previously dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at Istanbul Gelis¸im University between 2016-2018.He was director of Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences at Istanbul Gelisim University between 2018-2019. Now he is Head of Department of Computer Engineering at Biruni University, Turkey
Rsc. Asst. Physics Department, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA. 1998-2001: Rsc. Asst. Lab. for High Energy Astrophysics NASA/GSFC-Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt MD, USA. 2001-2002: Asst. Prof. Dr. Physics Department, Nigde University. 2004-2012: Researcher Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics, Albert Einstein Institute, Golm, Germany. 2008-2008: (6 months) Assoc. Prof. Dr. Physics Department, Nigde University. 2012-2015: Researcher (Visiting) North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, USA. 2014-2014 (3 months) Assoc. Prof. Dr. American University of the Middle East, Department of Science, Egaila Kuwait. 2015-2022: Prof. Dr. American University of the Middle East, Department of Science, Egaila Kuwait 2022…
My main research focus is about the general procedure to solve the General Relativistic Hydrodynamic (GRH) equations with Adaptive-Mesh Refinement (AMR) and model of an accretion disk dynamics around the non-rotating and the rotating black holes in the presence of General and Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet gravities. In addition to my main research focus, I am also solving the nonlinear partial differential equations to extract the properties of the solitary waves observed in the laboratory and astrophysical plasmas. This wave is a wave which propagates without any temporal evolution in shape or size when viewed in the reference frame moving with the group velocity of the wave. Currently, I am working on one of the mysteries of our universe called dark matter particles. Unlike normal matter, dark matter does not interact with the electromagnetic force. In order to understand the physical proporties of these particles, I am collaborating with a research 3 group to search the dark matter particles. As a group, we are recounstracting the data taken from the new SuperKEKB accelerator and the large detector Belle II located in Japan to search varaity of the dark matter particles. This includes searches for Dark Photons decaying into light Dark Matter, and searches for Axion-Like Particles at Belle II with and without long-lived particles.
Higher mathematics and its applications, Numerical methods. Scienti c programming (C/C++, CAS Maxima, Python), Multithreading (OpenMP). High performance computing with CUDA
Ben Gurion University: 2023-present
Researcher: Space Research Institute (Moscow): 2015 2022
Researcher: Modelling of the Solar wind (Magnetic gas dynamics), Investigation of the system of equations, Development of the numerical model, Implementation of the model (C/C++, OpenMP, CUDA; GnuPlot
Mathematics, Mathematical physics, Numerical methods, Physics, Solar wind, Implementation of the model
Prof. M. D. Rodriguez Frias is Full Professor at University of Alcalá (UAH, Madrid). She graduated on
Fundamental Physics at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM) and with a PhD (FPI) fellowship she finished her PhD Thesis (UCM) on Cosmic Radiation in the HEGRA (High Energy Gamma Ray Array) International Collaboration. First PhD Thesis in Spain in this array located at La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain) and in this field of research. Postdoctoral fellowship for a postdococtoral stay at the Space Science Department of UNAM. Her main scientific interests have been focussed on Astroparticle Physics, mainly Ultra-High and Extremely High Energy Cosmic Rays from Earth and Space in the HEGRA, SOHO(ESA/NASA), Auger & JEM-EUSO international collaborations. Since 1990, she has been member or principal investigator of more than 50 research projects funded by CICYT, DGAPA, NATO, UAH, MCYT, CAM, FECYT, MICINN, MINECO & European Union. More than 150 scientific research papers in referred international journals with a h index of 55, and g index
Space Science, Physics, Cosmic Radiation, Astroparticle Physics
Born 26 June 1940 in Moscow, USSR (Russia). Mathematician; MS: Moscow State University, 1962; PhD: Institute of Applied Mathematics, 1966; Professor: Institute of Applied Mathematics, 1970; Keldysh Institute of Applied Mathematics of RAS: Junior Researcher, 1965; Senior Researcher, 1971; Leading Researcher, 1987; Head of Mathematical Department, 1995; Head of Sector of Singular Problems, 2008.
Universal Nonlinear Analysis and its applications, Number Theory
1999 - PhD in Electrical Engineering from University of Aveiro, 1990 - M.Sc. ("Master of Science") in Optical Communications from University College of North Wales", United Kingdom, 1988 - “Licenciatura” (University course of five years) in Electronic and Telecommunications Engineering from University of Aveiro, Since 2017 Telecommunications area coordinator at the Department of Electronics, Telecommunications and Informatics- University of Aveiro.
Communication Systems, Fixed Mobile Convergence, Fibre Optic Communication Systems, Optical Core, Metro and Access Networks, Optical Network Planning and Optimization, Signal processing for Optical Transmission and Reception, Optical Packet and Burst Switching
1979-09 – 1985-05 PhD studentship at Pulkovo Observatory, USSR Academy of Sciences (St.Petersburg, Russia) Qualification Received: PhD in Physics and Mathematics, specialisation in astrometry, celestial mechanics and stellar dynamics.
1974-09 – 1979-07 Leningrad (now St.Petersburg) State University, Faculty of Mathematics and Mechanics (St.Petersburg, Russia).
Major subjects: mathematical analysis; differential equations; analytical geometry; superior algebra; theory of probability and mathematical data analysis; computing methods and algorithms; computer programming; theoretical physics; mathematical physics; general astronomy, astrometry, astrophysics, radioastronomy, celestial me chanics, stellar dynamics and some other subjects.
1970-09 – 1974-05 Technical College of Physics and Mechanics at the Leningrad Optical and Mechanical Consortium, LOMO (St.Petersburg, Russia). Major subjects: optics, electronics, radio-engineering, remote control devices, theory of strength of materials, engineering design. Degree: Diploma of Radio-Technician, specialisation in electronic control devices.
2017-January 2023 Position: Satellite Data Analyst, Scientific Programmer and System Developer Company: Moniteye Ltd. (30a Upper High Str., Thame, OX9 3EX, U.K.), 2016: career break due to personal circumstances; continuing collaboration with the Astrophysics Group of Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UCL (maintaining software tools for the processing and analysis of Swift UVOT observations).
2001-2015: Position: Research Fellow / Programmer, Company: Mullard Space Science Laboratory, University College London, (Holmbury St. Mary, Dorking, RH5 6NT, U.K.),
(2001-2009) Developing data-processing and calibration software for the Optical Monitor (OM) telescope on-board the ESA space observatory “XMM-Newton”.
Dr. Jose Gaiteis a highly accomplished physicist with a distinguished career in research and academia. Dr. Jose Gaitebegan their academic journey by pursuing a degree in Physics at the Universidad de Salamanca from January 1984 to April 1989. After completing their education, Dr. Jose Gaite worked in various prestigious institutions around the world. From September 1990 to August 1992, they worked as a Fulbright Post-doctoral Fellow at the University of Texas at Austin in the Department of Physics. This was followed by a position as a Research Associate at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Amsterdam from October 1993 to July 1994. In April 2000, Dr. Jose Gaite joined the Instituto Nacional de Técnica Aeroespacial Astrobiology Centre in Torrejón de Ardoz, Spain, as a Researcher. From there, they moved on to a position as a Research Associate at the Institute of Fundamental Physics at the Spanish National Research Council from January 2002 to December 2006. Dr. Jose Gaitethen became a Senior Researcher at the Instituto Universitario de Microgravedad at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid from January 2007 to August 2014. During this time, they also held a tenure-track "Ramon y Cajal" research position. Throughout their career, Dr. Jose Gaitehas contributed significantly to the field of Physics through their research and teaching. In April 1997, they served as a Professor at the Department of Physics at the University of Oviedo, Spain.Dr. Jose Gaites expertise and experience have made them a highly respected member of the scientific community.