Dr. Huaqiang Chu is currently a full professor at Tongji University. He obtained his Ph.D. from Tongji University in 2010. He has published over 80 peer-reviewed papers and co-edited 3 books. His current research interests include principles and methods for the resource recovery and energy regeneration from wastewater, and wastewater membrane treatment and reuse technology.
Ravi Kumar Dyal Singh College Karnal (India)
Dr. Ravi Kumar received his Ph.D. in 2005 from Kurukshetra University. He began his career as a Lecturer in Chemistry in 2004 from the same university and then moved to Dyal Singh College, Karnal in 2008. He worked at the School of Chemistry, Cardiff University, Wales (UK) in Prof Thomas Wirth group in the area of asymmetric synthesis using chiral hypervalent iodine reagents. He was presented with many awards and fellowships including, DST-SERC Young Scientist Research Grants under fast track scheme in 2012 and 2007, Indian National Science Academy (INSA)-Visiting Scientist fellowship in 2012, Dr. Lata Memorial Young Scientist Award in 2009, Goyal Prize (2000) and Kurukshetra University Medal (2000). His major research interests involve the development of novel transformations including asymmetric synthesis using hypervalent iodine reagents/catalysts. His research interests also include the synthesis of heterocyclic compounds of potential medicinal interest. He has co-authored 28 research publications and presented his research results in various national conferences/seminars.
P. Munshi Reliance Technology Group Reliance Industries Limited Vadodara (India)
Dr. Pradip Munshi is currently the head of the Organic Chemistry Division at Reliance Industries Limited, India. He obtained Masters from IIT Kharagpur and Ph.D. in Asymmetric catalysis from IIT Bombay, India. His postdoctoral research includes the utilization of CO2 from UC Davis and the University of Pittsburgh, USA. His current research areas pertain to the valorization of industrial stream, chlorination, photochemistry, sulfur chemistry, and reactions ‘of’ and ‘in’ CO2.
Glaydson Simões dos Reis Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul Porto (Brazil)
Dr. Simoes Dos Reis is a materials scientist who holds a Ph.D. in Materials Engineering (2017) and masters and a bachelor's in Environmental engineering. Dr. Simoes Dos Reis has an interest in preparation, and characterization of biomaterials for wastewater treatment, wastes management and reuse, CO2 through carbonation process, etc. In his short scientific career he has published 30 articles and serves as reviewer of 25 international journals.
Chengxia Tan Zhejiang University of Technology Hangzhou (China)
Chengxia Tan obtained PhD in Pesticide Science from the College of Agriculture & Biotechnology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Currently, he is a Professor at the College of Chemical Engineering, Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. His research interests include Design, Synthesis and Biological Activities of Pesticide Biheterocycle Lead Compounds and Research on Pesticide Formulations and Manufacture Mechanism. He has published several articles in well-reputed journals.
Yanmin Wang Shandong University of Science and Technology Shandong (China)
Dr. Yanmin Wang graduated from the University Of Sheffield, UK, as a Ph.D. in 2006. Currently, she is working at Shandong University of Science and Technology, China. She has concentrated on the preparation and application of conductive polymers for nearly 20 years and ha published more than 40 papers in well-reputed journals.
Renato Dalpozzo University of Calabria Rende (Italy)
Dr. Renato Dalpozzo was born in 1957. He graduated from the University of Bologna in 1981, with a Laurea in industrial chemistry. He was Researcher of Organic Chemistry at University of Bologna from 1983. In 1992, he moved to the University of Calabria as Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry and then as Full Professor of Environmental and Cultural Heritage Chemistry and now of Organic Chemistry again. His research interests include studies on the reactivity of organometallic compounds with aromatic systems, the use of dianions derived from enamino carbonyl compounds, the stereoselective reduction of various classes of ketones, the development of new Lewis acid systems, and enantioselective organocatalysis.