S. Banerjee Guru Ghasidas Central University Bilaspur (India)
Dr. Subhash Banerjee is presently serving as an Assistant Professor in Chemistry at Guru Ghasidas Central University, India. Dr. Banerjee has completed Ph.D. in Synthetic Organic Chemistry from Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, India. After that he has been awarded two post-doctoral Fellowships by the University of Central Florida, and the University of South Dakota, USA. Dr.Banerjee has been working in the development of synthetic methodologies using green catalysts and published several papers in peer-reviewed international journals. He is currently a member of brand ambassador of Bentham publisher, Member of the Editorial board of Modern Research in Catalysts and reviewers of several international.
B. Banerjee Indus International University Himachal Pradesh (India)
Dr. Banerjee received his PhD degree from Visva-Bharati University, Santiniketan West Bengal, India. He has nearly eight years of experience in the field of research related to green and sustainable development. He is presently working as an Assistant Professor of Chemistry at the Department of Chemistry, Indus International University, Batho Una Himachal Pradesh India. Dr. Banerjee has published more than 50 research articles all in the internationally renowned journals and has authored two book chapters also.
J.E.G. Castañeda Universidad Nacional de Colombia Bogotá (Colombia)
Dr. Javier Eduardo García Castañeda PhD is presently serving as an Associate professor in Pharmacy Department, Sciences Faculty of Universidad Nacional de Colombia (2009- ). He was also a visiting professor in the Chemistry Department - CINVESTAV México (2007-2008). He also worked as a researcher in the Immunology Institute (Hospital San Juan de Dios- FIDIC) (1994-2006). His research interest include Identification of cell binding sequences of proteins involved in infection process of HCV, M. tuberculosis, HPV, etc. Peptide Characterization using RMN, MALDI- TOF MS, LC-MS, Circular Dichroism, etc. Production of polyclonal antibodies in animal models (mouse, Goat and rabbit).
S. Dai Anhui University Hefei (China)
Prof. Shengyu Dai is currently associate professor of Polymer Chemistry and Physics at Anhui University, China, since 2018. He worked as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the University of Science & Technology of China during 2016-2018. He obtained his Ph.D. degree at University Science & Technology of China in 2016. His primary research interests include olefin polymerization, catalysts development, and synthesis of novel polyolefin polymers. He has published more than 22 peer-reviewed scientific papers in important international scientific journals. His H factor is 15.
György Keglevich Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest (Hungary)
Dr. Gyorgy Kelevich completed his graduation as a Chemical Engineer and his PhD is in Chemical Sciences. He has been serving as a Professor of Chemistry since 1995 and the Head of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Budapest University of Technology since 1999. He is engaged with P-heterocyclic and environmentally-friendly chemistry comprising MW chemistry, phase transfer catalysis and the development of new catalysts. He is the author and Co-author of 460 papers and also hold the editorial position in different Scientific Journals. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Heteroatom Chem. and Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon.
T.M.V.D. Pinho e Melo University of Coimbra Coimbra (Portugal)
Teresa M. V. D. Pinho e Melo studied Chemistry at the University of Coimbra, where she obtained the PhD in Organic Chemistry in 1995. She was Research Fellow at the University of Liverpool (1992-1993). She received her Habilitation in Organic Chemistry in 2003. She is currently Director of the Department of Chemistry, Associate Professor with Habilitation and Head of the Organic Chemistry Research Group at the University of Coimbra. She is also President of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the Portuguese Chemical Society. She has published more than 115 peer-reviewed scientific papers in international journals. Her research interests are in the area of synthetic and mechanistic heterocyclic organic chemistry. She is particularly concerned with the development of synthetic routes to new bioactive molecules.
D. Toshifumi Ritsumeikan University Kyoto (Japan)
Toshifumi Dohi (TD), a Professor at Ritsumeikan University, received his MS degree in
2002 (Prof. S. Murai) from the Graduate School of Engineering of Osaka University, Japan, and PhD in
2005 (Prof. Y. Kita) from the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences of Osaka University, where
he studied new reactivities of transition metal catalysts and synthetic chemistry using hypervalent
iodine reagents. After finishing PhD work, he subsequently became Assistant Professor at Osaka
University, and was promoted to Associate Professor (PI) in 2014 at Ritsumeikan University. His
current research interest is focused on reagent/catalyst design and asymmetric oxidation in
hypervalent iodine chemistry. T.D. received the IUPAC-ICOS 15 Poster Award for most excellent
presentation, the PSJ Award for Young Scientists (2009), Banyu Chemist Award (2013), Thieme
Chemistry Journal Award (2014), and GSC Encouragement Award (2015) on his researches. For more
details, see: http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/pharmacy/dohi/ at this homepage.
György Keglevich Budapest University of Technology and Economics Budapest (Hungary) Biography
Biography of György Keglevich
György Keglevich graduated as a chemical engineer. He has been Professor of Chemistry since 1995, and the Head of the Department of Organic Chemistry and Technology, Budapest Univesity of Technology since 1999. He is engaged with P-heterocyclic and environmentally-friendly chemistry comprising MW chemistry, phase transfer catalysis and the development of new catalysts. He is the author or co-author of 460 papers He holds editorial positions at the journals Curr. Green Chem., Cur. Org. Chem., Lett. Org. Chem., Curr. Org. Synth.. Lett. Drug Des. Disc. and Curr. Catal.. He is the member of the Editorial Board of Heteroatom Chem. and Phosphorus Sulfur Silicon.