Markus Kröll | Quantum Computing | Excellence in Innovation

Dr. Markus Kröll | Quantum Computing | Excellence in Innovation

Senior Vice President of Engineering at Eisenmann Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. kg, Germany

Dr. Markus Kröll, Head of Sustainable Production and Quality Management at Fraunhofer IPA, is a distinguished expert with over 25 years of experience in mechanical engineering, technology, and innovation management. He holds a Dr.-Ing. degree and has pioneered climate-neutral production methods and sustainable value chain management. Previously, he served as Senior Vice President of Engineering at Eisenmann Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG and held significant roles at Daimler AG and DaimlerChrysler AG. Dr. Kröll is renowned for his contributions to research and development, particularly in leveraging digital technologies and quantum computing to enhance resource efficiency and sustainability.

Professional Profiles

Education

Dr. Kröll’s academic credentials include a degree in mechanical engineering and a part-time doctorate in innovation management. He holds extensive qualifications in business and quality management as well as IT applications, which contribute to his outstanding leadership and professional competence in the industry. quantum computing

Experience

Before his current role, Dr. Kröll served as Senior Vice President of Engineering at Eisenmann Anlagenbau GmbH & Co. KG, overseeing over 250 employees and leading the Paint & Assembly Systems division. His previous positions at Daimler AG and DaimlerChrysler AG underscore his extensive experience in project management and electronics integration.

Academic Achievements

With over two decades of experience in industrial production and quality assurance, Dr. Markus Kröll has demonstrated significant expertise in strategic management, team development, and the implementation of sustainable production concepts. As the Head of Sustainable Production and Quality Management at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Automation (Fraunhofer IPA), he has pioneered and successfully implemented innovative strategies for climate-neutral production, focusing on sustainable value chain management. quantum computing

Awards and Recognitions

Best Researcher Award,Best Innovation Award,Excellence in Innovation,Excellence in Research,Excellence Award (Any Scientific Field),Best Research/Innovation Extension Award

Research Interests

Mechanical engineering, technology and innovation management, sustainability

Research Focus

Dr. Markus Kröll’s research focuses on pioneering innovative solutions for sustainable production and technology management. His work spans diverse areas, including digital retrofitting for sustainable production, prospective innovation assurance for automotive electronics, and the transfer of logistics optimizations to material flow resource optimizations using quantum computing. With a keen emphasis on result-oriented technology management, Dr. Kröll’s expertise lies in driving efficiency and sustainability in industrial processes. Through his contributions, he continues to shape the future of manufacturing by integrating cutting-edge technologies and sustainable practices to optimize production processes and enhance resource utilization. quantum computing

Publications

  1. Transfer of Logistics Optimizations to Material Flow Resource Optimizations using Quantum Computing, Publication date: 2024.
  2. Implementation Model for Digital Retrofit for Sustainable ProductionPublication date: 2023.
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Bahtiyar Mamedov | Molecules physics | High Energy Physics Excellence Award 2810

Prof Dr. Bahtiyar Mamedov | theoretical physics | High Energy Physics Excellence Award

PHD at  Baku State University, Turkey

Dr. Bahtiyar A. Mamedov, born on July 7, 1958, is a distinguished professor at Gaziosmanpaşa University’s Department of Physics in Tokat, Turkey. He completed his M.D. in Physics at Baku State University in 1981 and earned his PhD in Atom and Molecular Physics from the same institution in 1990. With a career spanning decades, Dr. Mamedov was awarded the title of Professor in 2005. His research primarily focuses on atom and molecular physics, contributing significantly to the field. Dr. Mamedov is known for his academic excellence and dedication to advancing scientific knowledge.

Professional Profiles

Education

M.D. Physics Baku State University, 1981. PhD Atom and Molecular Physics Baku State University, 1990.

Research Interests

Atom and Molecular Physics, theoretical physics

Research Focus

Dr. Bahtiyar A. Mamedov’s research primarily focuses on theoretical and computational chemistry, particularly in the evaluation of molecular integrals involving Slater-type orbitals. His significant contributions include developing methods for calculating overlap integrals, nuclear-attraction integrals, and multicenter integrals with both integer and noninteger quantum numbers. His work extensively uses recurrence relations, auxiliary functions, and gamma functions to improve the accuracy and efficiency of these calculations. Dr. Mamedov’s research has applications in molecular modeling, quantum chemistry, and the study of molecular systems’ thermophysical properties, reflecting his expertise in both physics and chemistry.

Publications

  1. A general analytical method for evaluation of the thermodynamic properties of matters using virial coefficients with Morse potential at high temperature, Publication date: 2019.
  2. The comparative analytical evaluation of quantum corrections to the second virial coefficient with Morse potential and its applications to real systems, Publication date: 2019.
  3. An accurate investigation of second virial coefficient with Morse-Morse Spline Van der Waals potential and its utilization in the study of real systems, Publication date: 2019.
  4. Accurate evaluation of the internal energy, free energy, entropy and enthalpy of non-polar molecules by using virial coefficients, Publication date: 2017.
  5. Theoretical assessment of compressibility factor of gases by using second virial coefficient, Publication date: 2018.
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Gevorg Grigorian | Differential Equations | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Gevorg Grigorian | Differential Equations | Best Researcher Award

Senior Researcher at  National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, Armenia

Gevorg Avagovich Grigorian was born in 1962 in Nigavan, Aragatsotn, Armenia. He graduated in 1985 from the Department of Mechanics-Mathematics at Rostov State University, specializing in mathematics. From 1985 to 1992, he worked as an engineer-programmer at the Kirovakan Science Institute of Production “Ardatomatika.” In 1992, he joined the Mathematical Physics Center of Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory as a research assistant and earned his PhD in mathematical physics in 1998. Since 2005, he has been a senior researcher at the Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia, with 27 research papers to his name. Differential Equations

Professional Profiles

Education

Institute of Mathematics of the National Academy of Sience of the Rwepublic of Armenia, In 1980, I entered the Department of Mechanics-Mathematics at Rostov State University. I graduated in 1985 with a specialization in mathematics. Differential Equations

Experience

In 2005, I became a senior researcher at the Institute of Mathematics, National Academy of Sciences of Armenia. Throughout my career, I have published 27 research papers.. From 1985 to 1992, I worked at the Kirovakan Science Institute of Production “Ardatomatika” as an engineer-programmer. Differential Equations

Research Career

In 1992, I joined the Mathematical Physics Center of Byurakan Astrophysical Observatory as a research assistant. In 1998, I defended my thesis in mathematical physics and earned the title of Candidate of Mathematical Physics Science (PhD).

Research Focus

Gevorg Grigoryan focuses on the computational design and structural specificity of protein interactions, particularly within coiled-coil structures and bZIP-binding peptides. His research explores the de novo design of proteins, including transmembrane helix bundles and virus-like assemblies, and he investigates protein-protein interaction specificity. Grigoryan’s work also encompasses the development of models and frameworks for protein design, leveraging sequence-structure relationships to predict interaction partners and design new protein functionalities. His notable contributions include the design of variant-resistant epitopes and the computational assembly of protein structures on nanomaterials, demonstrating broad applications in structural biology and bioengineering. Differential Equations

Publications

  1. A Comparison of Antibody-Antigen Complex Sequence-to-Structure Prediction Methods and their Systematic Biases, Publication date: 2024.
  2. A significance score for protein–protein interaction models through random docking, Publication date: 2024.
  3. Illuminating protein space with a programmable generative model, Publication date: 2023.
  4. Neural network‐derived Potts models for structure‐based protein design using backbone atomic coordinates and tertiary motifsPublication date: 2023.
  5. Basis for high-affinity ethylene binding by the ethylene receptor ETR1 of ArabidopsisPublication date: 2023.
  6. Gap detection responses modelled using the Hill equation in adults with well-controlled HIV, Publication date: 2023.
  7. Structural files for the ETR1 ethylene-receptor dimer based on computational modeling, Publication date: 2023.
  8. 1348. Identification of GB-0669, a Novel S-2 Targeted Spike Monoclonal Antibody in Development for SARS-CoV-2 Prophylaxis, Publication date: 2023.
  9. Antigen Binding Molecules Targeting SARS-CoV-2, Publication date: 2023.
  10. Multiplex measurement of protein–peptide dissociation constants using dialysis and mass spectrometry, Publication date: 2023.
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Bo Qin | Nonlinear dynamics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Bo Qin | Nonlinear dynamics | Best Researcher Award

 PHD at the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology, China

Dr. Bo Qin is a Chinese researcher with a Ph.D. from the University of Shanghai for Science and Technology. His expertise lies in nonlinear dynamics, focusing on magnetic pendulums and Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWTs). Proficient in simulation, drawing, and programming software, he has led and participated in numerous innovative projects, securing multiple national and provincial awards. Dr. Qin serves as a reviewer for prestigious journals and has several significant publications and patents to his name. His research contributes to advancing the understanding of complex dynamical systems and mechanical vibrations.

Professional Profiles

Education

Degree: Ph.D.Institution: University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

Research Project Experience

Lead the Outstanding Postgraduate Thesis Cultivation ProgramStudy on the Complex Dynamical Behavior of Mechanical Vibratory Systems Caused by Geometric Nonlinear CharacteristicsLead the undergraduate innovation and entrepreneurship projectIntegrated Design of a Novel Home Rice Washing and Steaming DeviceAn Elderly Assistance Intelligent Wheelchair Based on Quasi-Zero Stiffness IsolationA Portable Distance-Adjustable Magnetic Pendulum Fractal Experimental Apparatus

Research Interests

Global dynamics of magnetic pendulumFully coupled dynamic characteristics and vibration control of Floating Offshore Wind Turbines (FOWTs)Nonlinear dynamics theory and applicationsMechanical vibration structureTopics including basins of attraction, safe basins, chaos, fractals, etc.

Skills

Simulation Software: ANSYS, COMSOL Multiphysics, OpenFAST, QBladeDrawing Software: CAD, UG, Rhino, SolidWorks, Mastercam, Visio, Origin, IgorProProgramming Software: Matlab, Mathematica, Winpp, Python, Jupyter.

Research Focus

Dr. Bo Qin’s research focuses on the intricate dynamics of nonlinear systems, specifically exploring the sensitivity to initial conditions and fractal basins of attraction in variable-distance magnetic pendulums. His 2024 publication, “Comprehensive analysis of the mechanism of sensitivity to initial conditions and fractal basins of attraction in a novel variable-distance magnetic pendulum,” delves into these complex behaviors, offering insights into their underlying mechanisms. Similarly, his 2022 work, “Initial-Sensitive Dynamical Behaviors of a Class of Geometrically Nonlinear Oscillators,” examines how geometric nonlinearities influence system dynamics, highlighting the critical role of initial conditions in determining system responses and stability.

Publications

  1. Comprehensive analysis of the mechanism of sensitivity to initial conditions and fractal basins of attraction in a novel variable-distance magnetic pendulum, Publication date: 2024.
  2. Initial-Sensitive Dynamical Behaviors of a Class of Geometrically Nonlinear Oscillators, Publication date: 2022.
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Somayeh Afshari | Health Economics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Somayeh Afshari | Health Economics | Best Researcher Award

 PHD at Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Dr. Somayeh Afshari is a distinguished health economist affiliated with the Health Management and Economics Research Center at Iran University of Medical Sciences in Tehran, Iran. She earned her Ph.D. in Health Economics from Tehran University of Medical Sciences. Dr. Afshari has contributed extensively to health economics literature, with notable research on quality of life assessments and health indicators, particularly in chronic diseases like diabetes and asthma. Her work has been published in reputable journals such as Quality of Life Research and the Journal of Asthma. She is skilled in statistical and analytical software, including SPSS and Stata.

Professional Profiles

Education

Ph.D. in Health Economics:Department of Health Management, Policy, and Economics, School of Public Health, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran

Skills

Word, Excell, Access, SPSS, Reference Manager, Endnote, Tree age, Stata

Research Focus

Dr. Somayeh Afshari focuses her research on health economics, particularly the assessment of health-related quality of life and the economic evaluation of healthcare interventions. Her work encompasses a range of topics, including the use of the EQ-5D-5L instrument to measure quality of life in chronic disease patients, the productivity changes in hospitals, and the economic evaluation of health interventions in Iran. She has also explored induced demand in health services and access to health indicators. Dr. Afshari’s research aims to inform health policy and improve healthcare efficiency and outcomes, with numerous publications in reputable journals.

Publications

  1. Economic evaluation of stereotactic radiotherapy and stereotactic radiosurgery technologies in the treatment of cancers: a systematic review, Publication date: 2024.
  2. The influencing factors of health–related quality of life of the general population of Iran during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Publication date: 2023.
  3. Assessment of the properties of the EQ-5D-5L in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Publication date: 2022.
  4. A national survey of Iranian general population to estimate a value set for the EQ-5D-5L, Publication date: 2023.
  5. Determination of a cost-effectiveness threshold for cancer interventions in Iran, Publication date: 2022.
  6. Estimating utility values for health states of DFU patients using EQ-5D-5L and cTTO, Publication date: 2022.
  7. The association between diabetic complications and health-related quality of life in patients with type 2 diabetes: A cross-sectional study from Iran, Publication date: 2021.
  8. Health related quality of life in adults with asthma: a systematic review to identify the values of EQ-5D-5L instrument, Publication date: 2021.
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Asifa Rani | Organic solar cells | Best Scholar Award

Ms. Asifa Rani | Organic solar cells | Best Scholar Award

Chemist from Vehari, Pakistan

Asifa Rani is a dedicated chemist from Vehari, Pakistan, with a strong academic background and a passion for research in material science and computational chemistry. She earned her M.Phil in Chemistry from the University of Sahiwal, focusing on enhancing photovoltaic performance in organic solar cells. Asifa has experience as a lecturer and has participated in several research collaborations, notably with Dr. Fatiqa Zafar and Dr. Javed Iqbal. She is committed to advancing scientific knowledge and inspiring future generations, contributing significantly to sustainable technological progress through her work in chemistry and materials research.

Professional Profiles

Education

M.Phil Chemistry (2021-2023) University of Sahiwal, Sahiwal, Pakistan Dissertation Title: Impact of π-linkers modification on the photovoltaic performance of organic solar cells.

Work Experience

Internship: GOVT. Girls Elementary School 105/W.B, Vehari, Pakistan (Sep 2018 – Oct 2018) Lecturer of Chemistry: Qayadat College Thingi, Vehari, Pakistan (Sep 2020 – Feb 2021) Internship: GOVT. Girls High School 90/E.B Arifwala, Pakistan (Dec 2021 – Jan 2022) Research Collaboration: With Dr. Fatiqa Zafar and Dr. Javed Iqbal at University of Sahiwal, Sahiwal, Pakistan (Aug 2023 – Present)

Research Interests

Computational Chemistry, Organic Solar Cells

Research Focus

Asifa Rani focuses her research on the theoretical and computational aspects of material science, particularly in the field of organic and perovskite solar cells. Her work involves molecular engineering to optimize the optoelectronic properties of photovoltaic materials. Key areas of her research include π-linker modifications, spiro-bifluorene core-based molecules, and non-fullerene acceptors. Through computational and theoretical chemistry, she aims to enhance the efficiency and performance of solar cell devices. Collaborating with other experts, Asifa’s contributions significantly advance the understanding and development of high-performance, sustainable solar energy solutions.

Publications

  1. Designing spiro-bifluorene core-based promising molecules with enhanced optoelectronic attributes for high efficiency solar cell devices, Publication date: 2023.
  2. Impact of π-linker modifications on the photovoltaic performance of organic solar cells: A theoratical perspective, Publication date: 2023.
  3. In silico end-capped engineering of 4,4′-dimethyl-[2, 2′-bithiazole] core-based acceptor materials for high-performance organic solar cells, Publication date: 2023.
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Yousef Gorji-Mahlabani | Daylighting | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Yousef Gorji-Mahlabani | Daylighting | Best Researcher Award

PHD at Sheffield University, United Kingdom.

Prof. Yousef Gorji-Mahlabani, born on May 28, 1964, is a distinguished professor in architectural engineering at Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU) in Qazvin, Iran. He earned his Master’s degree from Shahid Beheshti University in 1991 and a Ph.D. from Sheffield University in 2002. Prof. Gorji-Mahlabani has held several key academic and administrative positions, including Dean of the Faculty of Architecture and Urbanism at IKIU. His research focuses on renewable energy, solar energy, and sustainable building practices. He has published 17 books and 144 scientific papers, and supervised 348 academic projects. Prof. Gorji-Mahlabani is a multiple award-winning educator and researcher. Daylighting

Professional Profiles

Education

Diploma in Mathematics (1983) School of Ashora, Babolsar, Iran Bachelor’s & Master’s Degree in Architecture (1990) Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran Ph.D. in Architectural Engineering (2002) Sheffield University, Sheffield, United Kingdom. Daylighting

Work Experience

1991-1995: Began teaching at Imam Khomeini International University (IKIU) as a faculty member. 1995: Officially appointed as a faculty member at IKIU. 1998-2002: Conducted Ph.D. studies in the UK. 2002: Appointed Head of the Department of Architecture at IKIU. 2002-2007: Established and led the School of Architecture and Urban Development, forming new groups in urban planning and restoration. 2007-2009: Served as the Construction Deputy of IKIU. 2011-2015: President of the University of Applied Science and Technology, Qazvin Branch. Daylighting

Scientific and Research Experience

Member of Construction Engineering Disciplinary Organization of Qazvin (since 1994). Director-in-Charge and Editor-in-Chief of Honar Pajoh Journal, Faculty of Architecture & Urbanism (since 2005). Member of various scientific committees and editorial boards, including the Iranian Solar Energy Society and the Iranian Architecture & Urban Society.

Research Interests

Renewable Energy, Solar Energy Heating, Cooling, and Lighting of Buildings, Daylighting

Awards and Honors

2006: Top Researcher at the 7th Research & Technology Festival of the Ministry of Science, Research and Technology. 2016, 2017: Best Researcher at IKIU in the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Development. 2021, 2022, 2023: Best Educational Teacher at IKIU in the Faculty of Architecture and Urban Development.

Research Focus

Prof. Yousef Gorji-Mahlabani focuses on research in sustainable architecture, renewable energy, and energy efficiency in buildings. His notable works include studies on eco-villages as models of sustainable architecture, the impact of glass façades on energy consumption, and the optimization of building envelopes for solar electricity generation. Prof. Gorji-Mahlabani also explores the effects of daylighting in traditional Iranian architecture, energy performance in school buildings across different climates, and the design of energy-efficient buildings using advanced algorithms. His research integrates architectural design with environmental sustainability, emphasizing practical solutions for reducing energy use and enhancing building performance. Daylighting

Publications

  1. A Novel Design-based Optimization Method for Building by Sensitivity Analysis, Publication date: 2023.
  2. The Impact of Changes to Daylight Illumination level on Architectural experience in Offices Based on VR and EEGPublication date: 2023.
  3. Methods and Criteria for Architectural Experience Assessment in Daylight Studies, Publication date: 2023.
  4. Sensitivity analysis and optimization of building geometry with energy-daylight efficiency approachPublication date: 2023.
  5. Public Participation in Planning and Design of Infrastructure ProjectsPublication date: 2022.
  6. The Effect of Architectural Design Parameters on IEQ in Accomplishing School Smartification, Publication date: 2022.
  7. GENERATIVE DESIGN AND IEQ PERFORMANCE OPTIMIZATION OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS BASED ON A PARAMETRIC ALGORITHM, Publication date: 2022.
  8. Numerical investigation on thermal performance of a wind catcher for natural ventilation in hot and dry climate, Publication date: 2021.
  9. The Design Pattern of Optimal Combined Envelope in Generating Solar Electricity Using Genetic Algorithm in Iran’s Cold Climate, Publication date: 2021.
  10. The Effects of building glass façade geometry on wind infiltration and heating and cooling energy consumption, Publication date: 2020.
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Ahsan Habib | Material science | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Ahsan Habib | Material science | Best Researcher Award

PHD at Cukurova University, Turkey

Ahsan Habib is a Textile Engineering Management Postgraduate from Bangladesh University of Textiles, currently pursuing a PhD at Cukurova University in Turkey. With expertise in textile technology management, total quality management, and supply chain management, Ahsan has a strong background in promoting economic growth and leading eco-friendly projects. As an Assistant Professor at Bangladesh University of Textiles, he supervises M.Sc. thesis work and contributes to academic research. His professional experience includes roles in production planning and quality control at Masco Industries Ltd. and JM Fabrics Ltd. Ahsan is dedicated to continuous learning and improving product quality in the textile industry. Material science 

Professional Profiles

Education

PhD Textile Engineering (Continuing) Cukurova University, Adana, Turkey M.Sc. Textile Engineering (Management) Bangladesh University of Textiles (2018) Thesis: Effect of Efficient Production Planning on Productivity in Garments Industry of Bangladesh Modules: Advanced Textile Studies, Textile Technology Management, Management Accounting, Apparel Merchandising, Technical Textile, Supply Chain Management, Marketing, and Waste Management B.Sc. Textile Engineering (Textile Management) Bangladesh University of Textiles (2014)

Work Experience

Assistant Professor Bangladesh University of Textiles (May 2019 – Present) Outline: Supervise thesis work of nine fellow students in M.Sc. Key Responsibilities: Checking and assessing students’ work, encouraging personal development via tutorial or pastoral work, and attending staff meetings. Lecturer Bangladesh University of Textiles (February 2017 – April 2019) Outline: Undertook short-term project work like Employee Turnover and Social Safety and Security of Women Workers. Key Responsibilities: Lecture planning, preparation, and research, contact and teaching time with students, and interviewing course applicants. Material science 

Skills

Textile Engineering Management,Textile Technology Management,Total Quality Management,Sustainability of Textiles,Production Planning and Control,Textile and Polymer Recycling. Material science

Research Focus

MA Habib’s research primarily focuses on inclusive education and educational psychology in Bangladesh. He has contributed significantly to understanding attitudes towards disability and inclusion, exploring the alignment of guiding principles with successful practices, and investigating students’ sense of belonging in school. Additionally, his work delves into factors affecting teachers’ attitudes towards students’ challenging behavior and the role of teachers in promoting digital literacy. Through his research, Habib aims to enhance educational practices, support students with diverse needs, and promote inclusive learning environments in Bangladesh. Material science 

Publications

  1. Development of sustainable dual core-spun yarns using several filaments and recycled cotton sourced from pre-consumer fabric waste, Publication date: 2024.
  2. Development of Dual-Core Spun Yarn Using Different Filaments as a Core and its Impact on Denim Fabric Properties, Publication date: 2024.
  3. Structural, electronic, optical properties and molecular dynamics study of WO3W0.97Ag0.03O3and W0.94Ag0.06O3photocatalyst by the first principle of DFT study, Publication date: 2021.
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Xu Xu | AI Energy Science | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Xu Xu | AI Energy Science | Best Researcher Award

PHD at Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Xu Xu is an Assistant Professor at Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University’s Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Advanced Technology. With a PhD from Hong Kong Polytechnic University, his expertise lies in power system optimization, renewable energy integration, and the application of artificial intelligence in smart grids. Xu has garnered recognition for his work, including awards like Best Oral Presentation at the 3rd International Conference on Power and Electrical Engineering. He actively contributes to academic service, serving on committees such as the IEEE IAS Industrial and Commercial Power System Asia Technical Program Committee.

Professional Profiles

Education

Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong SAR PhD in Electrical Engineering 2016/09-2019/09

Work Experience

Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Suzhou, China Assistant Professor in Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, School of Advanced Technology 2022/04-Present Nanyang Technological University Singapore Research Fellow in Rolls-Royce@NTU Corporate Laboratory with School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 2021/01-2022/02 University of Hong Kong Hong Kong SAR Research Assistant I in Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering 2020/09-2020/12 Hong Kong Polytechnic University Hong Kong SAR Postdoctoral Fellow in Department of Electrical Engineering 2019/10-2020/09

Research Interests

Power system optimization, Renewable energy generation and integration, Application of artificial intelligence in smart grids.

Academic Services

Technical Program Committee Member, 2021 IEEE IAS Industrial and Commercial Power System Asia Technical Program Committee, Session Chair in Topic of Power System Planning, 2020 IEEE IAS Industrial and Commercial Power System Asia Technical Program Committee

Research Focus

Xu Xu’s research focuses on advancing home energy management through innovative methods such as multi-agent reinforcement learning. His work, published in prestigious journals like IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid and Applied Energy, explores optimizing photovoltaic hosting capacity and integrating renewable energy sources into distribution networks. Additionally, he investigates game-theoretic approaches for residential PV panel planning and develops data-driven strategies for electricity trading and energy sharing mechanisms in residential clusters. Xu Xu’s interdisciplinary approach combines expertise in electrical engineering, renewable energy, and artificial intelligence to address challenges in sustainable energy systems, making significant contributions to the field of smart grids and energy management.

Publications

  1. Data-driven assisted real-time optimal control strategy of submerged arc furnace via intelligent energy terminals considering large-scale renewable energy utilization, Publication date: 2024.
  2. Cooperative multi-agent deep reinforcement learning based decentralized framework for dynamic renewable hosting capacity assessment in distribution grids, Publication date: 2023.
  3. Generative adversarial network assisted stochastic photovoltaic system planning considering coordinated multi-timescale volt-var optimization in distribution gridsPublication date: 2023.
  4. Robust proactive power smoothing control of PV systems based on deep reinforcement learning, Publication date: 2023.
  5. Autonomous input voltage sharing control and triple phase shift modulation method for ISOP-DAB converter in DC microgrid: A multiagent deep reinforcement learning-based method. Publication date: 2022.
  6. Coordinated current and voltage unbalance mitigation in networked microgrids with aggregated PV systemsPublication date: 2022.
  7. Collaborative Control Framework of Multiple Electric Springs for Frequency Stabilization and Distribution Loss Reduction in Microgrids, Publication date: 2022.
  8. Adaptive Distributed Graph Model for Multiple-Line Outage Identification in Large-Scale Power SystemPublication date: 2022.
  9. Optimal Unified Power Flow Controller Planning in Transmission Grids with Uncertainty Consideration, Publication date: 2020.
  10. Data-driven-based dynamic pricing method for sharing rooftop photovoltaic energy in a single apartment building, Publication date: 2020.
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Igor Karnaukhov | Condensed matter physics | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Igor Karnaukhov | Condensed matter physics | Best Researcher Award 

PHD at the Kiev Institute of Metal Physics, Ukraine

Igor N. Karnaukhov, born on July 3, 1952, in Kus’ya, Russia, is a Ukrainian physicist renowned for his contributions to theoretical condensed matter physics. Holding a Ph.D. in Solid State Physics from the Kiev Institute of Metal Physics, he has excelled as a Leading Research Fellow at the same institute since 2006. Karnaukhov’s work focuses on integrable quantum models, topological insulators, and superconductors, with over 90 publications to his credit. His research illuminates fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics and condensed matter physics, earning him recognition as a Young Researcher of Ukraine awardee in 1979.

Professional Profiles:

Education

Ph.D. in Solid State Physics, Kiev Institute of Metal Physics, June 2004 Ph.D. Thesis: “Exactly Solvable Low-Dimensional Models of Strongly Correlated Electron Systems” M.Sc. in Solid State Physics, Kiev Institute of Metal Physics, 1979-1981 B.Sc. in Physics (with Honors), Kiev State University, 1969-1974:

Professional Experience

Leading Research Fellow, Kiev Institute of Metal Physics (2006 – Present) Associate Member, Condensed Matter Group, ICTP, Trieste, Italy (1995 – 2000) Research Fellow, Kiev Institute of General and Inorganic Chemistry (1984 – 1994) Research Probationer, Kiev Institute of Metal Physics (1974 – 1975)

Research Interests

Integrable quantum models of strongly correlated electrons Topological insulators and superconductors Mott phase transition Low-dimensional quantum systems Algebraic Bethe ansatz Luttinger liquid

Research Focus:

Igor N. Karnaukhov’s research primarily focuses on theoretical condensed matter physics, particularly in the realm of integrable quantum models and topological phases of matter. He has made significant contributions to understanding strongly correlated electron systems, including the study of fermions with correlated hopping, Luttinger liquids, and Kondo lattice models. Karnaukhov’s work also delves into the spontaneous breaking of time-reversal symmetry in topological superconductors and insulators, as well as the exploration of edge modes in lattice models of interacting electrons. His exact solvable models shed light on fundamental aspects of quantum mechanics and condensed matter phenomena.

Publications

  1. Composite Hofstadter bands with Dirac fermion spectrum of fractional quantum Hall states, Publication date: 2024.
  2. Exact solution of one-dimensional Kondo and Anderson lattice models, Publication date: 2023.
  3. High-temperature superconductivity on Anderson lattice and moreover, Publication date: 2023.
  4. Mean field approach plus the Bethe ansatz solution of one dimensional models of Kondo insulator, Publication date: 2023.
  5. The ground state of the Kondo lattice, Publication date: 2023.
  6. Topological states in the Hofstadter model on a honeycomb lattice, Publication date: 2019.
  7. Mott transition in two-band fermion model with on-site Coulomb repulsion, Publication date: 2020.
  8. Gapped electron liquid state in the symmetric Anderson lattice, Kondo insulator state, Publication date: 2022.
  9. Electron liquid state in the symmetric Anderson lattice, Publication date: 2021.
  10. Electron liquid state in the spin- anisotropic Kondo lattice, Publication date: 2022.
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