Georgios K. Kertsopoulos is a Greek-Canadian inventor, author, researcher, guitar soloist, luthier, string constructor, composer and professor of the guitar. He is the inventor of this world patented invention "Magnetic system of three interactions" WO2013136097A4. Practical demonstrations of the effects produced by this novel technology have been made in front of Researchers and Academia, at seminars and B2B meetings and conferences. He published his "Space-Time Theory" in Greek in 2009. His research and experimentation over the years has led him to areas of physics, mathematics, electromagnetism, space-time experimentation, gravity-inertia measuring apparatus inventions, etc. He has published in English, the book MAGNETIC SYSTEM OF MULTIPLE INTERACTIONS (Volumes I & II) 3+3 AND 5+5 = 16 INTERACTIONS IN TOTAL VS THE KNOWN TWO FROM 0 DISTANCE TO INFINITY and much more than that…, that includes the complete new scientific know-how introduced by the technology of the world patented invention of the author
Alexander S. Kamzin did his M.Sc.(Phys.)-1970, and Ph. D.-1978, he is Dr.of Science. His Academic awards are Studding of phase transitions in magnetic materials. Simultaneous gamma, X-rays and Electrons Mossbauer Spectroscopy - New method for simultaneous studying surface and bulk properties of single crystals. Surface magnetic properties of bulk crystals near phase transitions point. Worked as Coordinator of two International Research Projects Russia –China, International Research Projects Russia -India and Coordinator of three Project of RFBR. Under his guidance four research scholars has got her Ph.D. degree, one has submitted thesis and two more are working and many scholars has got her Master Degree. Presented invited talks in many International Conferences, Workshops and Symposiums. Presented oral talks in many International Conferences, Workshops and Symposiums
Magnetism, Functional Materials, Nanoscience & Nanotechnology
Dr. Mrinal Pal started his research carrier in 1992 as a junior scholar and completed Ph.D. work in 1997 from Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science. He appointed as a faculty member (Lecturer) at The University of Burdwan in 2002 and promoted to Senior Lecturer in 2006. He moved to CSIR-Central Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Durgapur in 2010 as a Principal Scientist. Currently, he is Principal Scientist (Normal promotion to Sr. Principal Scientist is due from 2015) at CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, Kolkata. The research work of Dr. Pal primarily aims at synthesizing Nanostructured materials (including magnetic, multiferroics, spintornics and sensors materials) and understanding their structure-property correlation for various applications. He is engaged in developing various gas sensors for advanced medical application. Dr. Pal has postdoctoral research experience for over four years in countries like Italy, Japan, Russia and India. He has received prestigious awards including STA fellowship of Govt. of Japan and MRSI Medal-2016. He has guided several students for their Ph.D. degree. He has published around 95 papers in SCI journal of international repute and delivered more than 30 invited /keynote talks. He has also delivered several popular lecturers to disseminate scientific advancement among students to motivate them. He is life member of various scientific societies and honorary reviewers of various RSC, ASC, IEEE and Elsevier journals. Dr. Pal has successfully completed and presently involved in several projects and has collaboration in different labs both in India and abroad.
The research work of Dr. Pal primarily aims at synthesizing Nanostructured materials (including magnetic, multiferroics, spintronics and sensors materials) and understanding their structure-property correlation for various device applications. He is engaged in developing various gas sensors for advanced medical application.
Claudia Masselli is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Department of Industrial Engineering of University of Salerno (Italy). She earned the Ph.D title in Industrial Engineering on March 2017, discussed the thesis entitled "Magnetic refrigeration an attraction toward our future". The main research topic is solid-state refrigeration both experimentally and numerically. Through the development of two-dimensional finite element models, she investigates the energetic performances of different solid-state materials in solid-state refrigerator. Her researches embrace, also, the energy and environmental optimization of vapor compression cycles. She is the winner of the Young Researcher Award Certificate of merit” for the paper “Analyzing the energetic performances of AMR regenerator working with different magnetocaloric materials: investigations and viewpoints”, presented at the 2nd AIGE/IIETA International Conference and 11th Aige National Conference on "Energy Conversion, Management, Recovery, Saving, Storage and Renewable Systems Genoa (Italy), on 12-13 June 2017.
Solid-state cooling, Vapor compression refrigeration, Solar cooling
Nikolay V. Kudrevatykh has Graduated from the Ural State University named after M. Gorky, physicist, 1964-1969. Postgraduate course at the Ural State University, candidate of physics and mathematics degree (PhD), 1977. From 1980 to1981 years at Great Britain, Southampton University, “A Study of Magnetostriction Properties of R2(Co,Fe)17 intermetallic compounds using single crystal samples”. From 1995 year – Spain, Zaragoza University, “Magnetic Anisotropy Investigation in the RFe11Ti Intermetallic Compounds From 1988 year till now days – Head of the Solid State Magnetism Dep-t in the Institute of Physics and Applied Mathematics of Ural Federal University (before 2009 - Ural State University).. From July of 2004 Year until September 2014 Year – Director of the Institute of Physics and Applied Mathematics. Professor of the Magnetism & Magnetic Nanomaterials Chair in the Institute of Natural Sciences & Mathematics at Ural Federal University.Awarded by the Silver Medal of VDNH USSR Exhibition (1989) for the development of the Thermally Stable Rare-Earth Permanent Magnets. Polzunov Prize-winner in the Inventions Activity of Middle Ural Region (2000) Geneva Gold Medal winner at the Internarial Saloon of Inventions & Innovations (2008). Member of Russian Federation Nano technological Society. Scientific supervisor of 15 Russia State Budget Research Projects, 12 Applied Projects for Industry and 5 Personal Grants in Solid State Physics and Magnetism. Postgraduate student’s supervisor for PhD degree (6 persons). A secretary of the PhD and Doctoral Dissertation Degree Council (physics and mathematics) at Ural State University. Permanent Magnets Section Member at the Russian Academy Council for Magnetism Problem. Participant of more than 20 International Conferences, including the participation in their Organizing Committees (ICPM in Suzdal, Russia). The author of 18 inventions and patents, and more than 200 scientific publications.
Magnetostriction, Magnetic Anisotropy
Robert C Pullar completed his PhD at the University of Warwick (he was the first person to ever produce hexaferrite ceramic fibers), and after working as a post-doc in London at South Bank University and Imperial College, is now a Principal Investigator in the University of Aveiro, Portugal. He has published >140 papers (h-index =32), with 36 and 3 book chapters being on ferrites, including a major review which is now the most cited hexaferrites paper of the last 50 years (>750 citations).
Dr. Osman Adiguzel graduated from Department of Physics, Ankara University, Turkey in 1974 and received PhD- degree from Dicle University, Diyarbakir-Turkey in Solid State Physics. He studied at Surrey University, Guildford, UK, as a post doctoral research scientist in 1986-1987, and his studies focused on shape memory alloys. He worked as research assistant, 1975-80, at Dicle University, Diyarbakir, Turkey. He shifted to Firat University in 1980, and became professor in 1996, and He has already been working as professor. He published over 50 papers in international and national journals; He joined over 100 conferences and symposia in international and national level as participant, invited speaker or keynote speaker with contributions of oral or poster. He served the program chair or conference chair/co-chair in some of these activities. In particular, he joined in last three years (2014 - 2016) over 20 conferences as Keynote Speaker and Conference Co-Chair organized by South Asian Institute of Science and Engineering (SAISE), and other institutes and companies. He joined as Keynote Speaker and Conference Co-Chair at 6 conferences held in first half of 2017. Dr. Adiguzel served his directorate of Graduate School of Natural and Applied Sciences, Firat University in 1999-2004. He supervised 5 PhD- theses and 3 M.Sc theses. He is also Technical committee member of many conferences. He received a certificate which is being awarded to him and his experimental group in recognition of significant contribution of 2 patterns to the Powder Diffraction File – Release 2000. The ICDD (International Centre for Diffraction Data) also appreciates cooperation of his group and interest in Powder Diffraction File.
Leonid Lutsev has completed his PhD in Physics at the age of 36 years from Leningrad Electro-Technical University and his Doctor of Science from Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia. He has over 60 publications that have been cited over 333 times, 8 patents and his publication H-index is 11. At present time he is Senior researcher in the Ioffe Physical-Technical Institute, Saint Petersburg, Russia. His research interests are quantum field theory, magnetism and magnetic materials, spintronics, microwave and electron transport, spin waves in nanosized ferromagnetic films and particles, spin wave devices.
quantum field theory, magnetism and magnetic materials, spintronics, microwave and electron transport, spin waves in nanosized ferromagnetic films and particles, spin wave devices
Vladimir V. Matveev has completed his PhD at the age of 32 years from Semenov Institute of Chemical Physics of USSR Academy of Sciences. He is a Senior Researcher of Department of Nuclear-Physics Investigation Techniques of Saint Petersburg State University, Russia. He has published more than 40 papers in reputed journals that have been cited over 160 times, and his h-index is 8. He made a lot of reports/lectures at International conferences. Also he was a member of Program and Organizing Committees of a number of national and International Scientific conferences.
Nadezhda A. Skulkina has graduated from the Ural State University named after M. Gorky (physicist, 1968-1973) and postgraduate course at the Ural State University (1977). She has completed dissertation of candidate of physics and mathematics degree (PhD), 1984, and later (in 2008) dissertation of doctor degree in physics and mathematics on the topic: "Distribution of magnetization and magnetic properties of crystalline, amorphous and nanocrystalline materials". She is a Professor of the Department of fundamental and applied physics of the Institute of Natural Sciences and Mathematics of the Ural Federal University. She has published more than 150 scientific publications. She is co-author of 20 textbooks and 2 monographs. She is currently engaged in the investigation of physical causes of influence of various physical effects on magnetic properties of amorphous soft magnetic materials.
Wojciech Grochala (b.1972) studied chemistry at the University of Warsaw (Poland) and received his Ph.D. in molecular spectroscopy under the supervision of Jolanta Bukowska. After postdoctoral work in theoretical chemistry with Roald Hoffmann (Cornell, US), and in experimental inorganic and materials chemistry with Peter P. Edwards (Birmingham, UK) he returned to Poland. He obtained his habilitation at the University of Warsaw in 2005, and in 2011 he was appointed Full Professor. Wojciech Grochala received the Kosciuszko Foundation Fellowship (US), Royal Society of Chemistry Postdoctoral and Research Fellowships (UK), The Crescendum est Polonia Foundation Fellowship (Poland), and Swietoslawski Prize 2nd degree (Polish Chem. Soc., Warsaw section). In 2014 he was granted titular professorship from the President of Poland. Since 2005 Grochala heads the Laboratory of Technology of Novel Functional Materials, currently with some 30 group members. He has published more than 150 papers in reputed journals.