R. Abro Dawood University of Engineering and Technology Karachi (Pakistan)
Dr. Rashid H. Abro is an associate professor at the Chemical Engineering Department of Dawood
University of Engineering and Technology in Karachi Pakistan. Dr. Abro received his Bachelors and then
Masters of Chemical Engineering from Mehran University of Engineering and Technology and then went
on to complete his PhD in the same discipline at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. His research
interests include desulfurization, biomass and fuel oils. He has a number of publications in well reputed
journals like Journal of Water processing Engineering and Eurasian Journal of Analytical Chemistry and
has received many awards and certificates for excellence during his career.
W. Ulmer MPI of Physics Goettingen (Germany)
Dr. Waldemar Ulmer is an Honorary Professor at MPI of Physics, Goettingen, Germany. He studied Physics/Mathematics in Stuttgart/Heidelberg. Also, he received a Diploma degree in Physics by ab-initio calculations in quantum chemistry. His research revolves around Quark model, Collaboration with CERN, Soliton physics, and nonlinear field theory. He has published his scientific papers in Int. J. Theor. Physics, Nuovo Cimento, Theor. Chim. Acta and Int. J. Quantum Chemistry working in the fields of biochemical calculations of anti-cancer drugs, the theory of physiological correlations, soliton processes, problems of theoretical physics. His research interests include Quantization of circuits and extension to biophysics (DNA-calculations with methods of the charge space quantization), relative biological effects (RBE) of different kinds of radiation, water electrolysis with the additional use of radiation ionization, superconductivity, quantum computer, nuclear/particle physics with the focus to nonlinear Schrödinger and Dirac equations in charge space.
Karl J. Jalkanen Gilead Sciences Inc. La Verne, CA (USA)
Karl James Jalkanen, FRSC, DTM is a research scientist at the La Verne manufacturing facility of Gilead Sciences, Inc. and an adjunct professor at Azuza Pacific University in Azuza, CA USA. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC). He has been a visiting scientist/researcher at Bremen University in Bremen, Germany and Kyushu University in Kyushu, Japan. He has been Guest Editor for 4 issues of Theoretical Chemistry Accounts, and two special issues of CPC. He has published over 80 research papers with an H-index of 30 and over 3000 citations. His areas of expertise are molecular biophysics, quantum nanobiology, biophysical chemistry, biostatistics and applied mathematics.