Prof. Enlong Liu, College of Water Resource and Hydropower,Sichuan University, China
Dr. EnLong Liu is a professor at Sichuan University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Tsinghua University in January 2006, under the supervision of Academician Zhujiang Shen from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. His main areas of teaching and research include constitutive relationships and numerical simulation of geotechnical materials, constitutive relationships and coupled analysis of water-thermal-mechanical behavior in frozen soils, soil dynamics and high earth-rockfill dam engineering, and micromechanics of granular materials. He has led several national-level research projects and has published over 170 papers in esteemed journals and conferences. His research work has been featured in publications such as the International Journal of Plasticity, Mechanics of Materials, Acta Geotechnica, Canadian Geotechnical Journal, International Journal of Rock Mechanics & Mining Science, Engineering Geology, and more.
Dr. Liu's expertise has taken him to prestigious institutions worldwide, including the National University of Singapore and the University of Melbourne. He has also visited the University of Queensland, the University of Nottingham, and ENTPE in France. In 2015, he was selected as a participant in the Hundred Talents Program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Dr. Liu serves as a council member of the Geotechnical Engineering Society of the China Civil Engineering Society and is an editorial board member of the journals of Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment, and of rock and soil mechanics .
Prof. Yushi Liu, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
Speech Title: Enhanced thermal and mechanical properties of micro-interface reinforced phase change energy storage cement-based materials
Dr. Yushi Liu is Associate Professor, Doctoral Supervisor from Harbin Institute of Technology, China. He obtained his Bachelor degree in Materials Science in 2012 and PhD degree in Civil Engineering in 2017 from Harbin Institute of Technology. He was engaged in postdoctoral research at Nanyang University of Technology in Singapore from 2020 to 2021. Dr. Liu was committed to building energy conservation and low carbonization during the curing and operation in cold regions. He has undertaken 10+ research projects including National Natural Science Foundation of China. As the first or corresponding author, he has published about 50 SCI papers in high-level journals such as Journal of Materials Chemistry A, Applied Energy, Composites Part A, Composites Part B and Renewable Energy, etc., including about 40 JCR Q1 papers and 4 highly cited papers of ESI. Dr. Liu served as guest editors in chief/guest editors of SCI journals Separations and Energies, etc., and session chairs/TPC members at ICAE2021 and NEFES 2020-2022. Dr. Liu won the First Prize of Science and Technology Award of Chinese Materials Research Society, the Second Prize of Heilongjiang Province Science and Technology Progress Award, the Second Prize of Hebei Province Science and Technology Progress Award, the Second Prize of the China Building Materials Federation Science and Technology Award, the outstanding doctoral Thesis award of Harbin Institute of Technology, Applied Energy Highly Cited Review Paper Award, and IAAM Scientist Medal.
Prof. Suchao Xie, Central South University, China
Speech Title: Fault diagnosis of rotating machinery based on normalized balanced multiscale sample entropy
Dr. Suchao Xie is a Professor in the School of Central South University, China. He has been engaged in research on vehicle structure analysis, structure optimization, the theory and application of new materials in train crashworthy structures, and acoustic metamaterials. He has published over 100 academic papers in well-known international journals, including 69 SCI papers and 12 EI papers. He has applied for 41 public invention patents, 29 of which have been authorized. He has won 6 provincial and ministerial awards along with 20 school-level awards. He has presided over 2 projects for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 project for the Excellent Youth Project of Hunan Province, 1 project for the Hunan Provincial Department of Education, and over 20 projects for various types of horizontal subjects, amounting to a total funding of over 16 million yuan. He has also participated in more than 20 national, provincial, and ministerial projects.
Prof. Fengling Zhang, Shandong University, China
Dr Fengling ZHANG is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering at the Shandong University. He obtained his B.Eng. and M.Eng. degrees from the Harbin Institute of Technology in 2014 and 2016, respectively. He received his Ph.D. degree from the National University of Singapore in 2020 under supervision of Professor Min-Hong ZHANG and Associate Professor Leong Hien Poh. Before joining Shandong University, he worked as the Research Fellow in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the National University of Singapore. Dr Zhang is interested in developing high/ultra-high performance cementitious materials for engineering applications (e.g. protective structure or repair material). His research topics include experimental, numerical and analytical investigation of impact/blast performance of ultra-high performance concrete, 3D printing ultra-high performance concrete, sustainable construction materials and damage mechanics.
Prof.Yilin Zhu, Southwest Petroleum University, China
Speech Title: Design and application exploration of auxetic meta-materials
Dr. Yilin ZHU is an Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering and Geomatics at the Southwest Petroleum University. He obtained his B.Eng. and Ph.D. degrees from the Southwest Jiaotong University in 2009 and 2015, respectively, under supervision of Professor Guozheng KANG. Before joining Southwest Petroleum University, he worked as a Research Fellow in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the National University of Singapore and a Distinguished Associate Research Fellow at Chengdu University. Dr Zhu is interested in the design and application of multifunctional lightweight meta-materials, as well as the theoretical modeling of multi-field coupled cyclic deformation behaviors of engineering materials. He has undertaken 10+ research projects including National Natural Science Foundation of China. As the first or corresponding author, he has published about 40 SCI papers in high-level journals such as IJP, IJMS, MoM, MSEA, IJAM, ES, etc. He has received 950+ citations according to "Google Scholar" data as of July 2023. Additionally, he holds 16 authorized patents. He served as a member of the Solid Mechanics and Youth Work Committees of the Sichuan Society in Mechanics, as well as a fellow member of the Vebleo Association. He also served as a reviewer for several journals, including AFM, IJP, IJMS, MoM, IJF, IJAM, CS, and ES, etc.
Asst. Prof. Avik Kumar DAS, Tsinghua University, China
Avik Kumar DAS is an assistant professor and doctoral supervisor at the Institute of Ocean Engineering of Tsinghua University. He finished his Ph.D. at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He has been awarded many research grants including Shenzhen Overseas Talent, PDFS, Macao Talent, HKPFS, and AOTULE. Most of his research papers are published in top engineering journals including Cement and Concrete Research、Cement and Concrete Composites, Automation in Construction, and Structural Health Monitoring. His research focuses on innovative city applications, focusing on the development of high-performance building materials and intelligent monitoring and renovation of infrastructure.
Asst. Prof. Mirza Muhammad Faran Ashraf Baig, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, HKSAR, China
Speech Title: Recent Advances of Magnetic Gold Hybrids and Nanocomposites, and Their Potential Biological Applications
My research work mainly focuses on the construction and function of DNA nanomachines, which are cutting-edge and challenging topics. I designed and constructed unique DNA motifs using a short circular DNA nanotechnology technique and functionalized these probes with fluorophores, gold nanoparticles, small molecular drugs, and peptide ligands. To achieve plasmon resonance effects, I achieved nano-specific precision in organizing plasmonic nanoparticles on the nano DNA frameworks. My work on the DNA nanomachines provided an efficient fluorescence resonance energy transfer mechanism that realizes the bio-imaging, detection of biological events, and functions of the biomolecules. I have also been working on multilayered hybrid magnetic nanoparticles for applications in nanomedicine for the last three years.
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