Ramon Alberto Paredes Camacho


National University of Singapore, Chongqing Research Institute


Effective Doping Engineering Of Na3V2(PO4)2F3 As A High-Performance Cathode Material For Sodium-Ion Batteries


Ramon Alberto Paredes Camacho is a seasoned researcher with expertise in electrode materials for a variety of batteries, boasting 11 years of experience in lithium-ion batteries, lithium-ion capacitors, supercapacitors, sodium-ion batteries, and all-solid-state batteries. He is adept at nanoparticle synthesis techniques, including DC arc discharge plasma, Microwave Plasma Chemical Vapor Deposition, Magnetron Sputtering, ball-milling, and Sol-gel. Ramon is well-versed in electrochemical characterization techniques such as Galvanostatic charge/discharge, Cyclic voltammograms, Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, and GITT. With 14 publications in SCI journals and 2 patents, he is a distinguished expert in the field of materials science and battery technology.

Prof. Cosimo Carfagna


University of Naples/CNR, Italy


Mediterranean Diet And Polymer Technology


Cosimo Carfagna is full professor of Chemistry at the "Federico II" University in Napoli (Italy). For 16 years he directed the Institute for Polymers, Composites and Biomaterials (IPCB) of the National Research Council based in Naples, Catania and Lecco. He was president of the NA3 research area of the National Research Council. His career began as a researcher in Enichem (Istituto Guido Donegani). His research activities in the over 40 years of career concern the following topics: Polymers chemistry and technology, functionalization of polymers, synthesis of polymers, liquid crystalline polymers for electro-optical applications, composites and nanocomposites, functional tissues, recycling and transformation of plastic materials, use of intermediates from renewable sources for the stabilization of polymers, materials for packaging, materials for the textile sector. He has published about 300 works in scientific journals, is the author of numerous patents and has been invited as Plenary Lecturer in numerous national and international congresses.

Dr. Annamaria Naughton Duszova


Institute of Materials Research - Slovak Academy of Sciences (IMR-SAS)


Mechanical properties and wear characteristics of dual-phase high-entropy ceramics


I am a Doctor of Materials Science and Technology and Advanced Ceramics, Project leader and PhD co-promotor, I have a wide-range of experiences in international research on ceramics, composites and ceramic matrix nanocomposites for applications under extreme conditions. I have been active in the following research areas - carbon nanofibres reinforced zirconia matrix composites, Nano/micro mechanical testing, Silicon nitride + 1 wt.% graphene platelet composites and Ultra High Temperature Ceramics. As a Project leader, I have completed a three-year international project – ReIntegration focusing on the development of ultra-high temperature ceramics (UHTC), such as: ZrB2, TaC and HfC. I am currently working as a Project leader of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action (MSCA), based on the development of dual-phase high-entropy ultra-high temperature ceramics using Spark Plasma Sintering and subsequent detailed microstructural analysis. I have won several scientific awards, as well as grants and scholarships at many top international institutions. I have extensive experience in project management (PRINCE2 Cert), as evidenced by two patents.

Prof. Daniel Neuhauser


University of California, USA



Daniel Neuhauser is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at UCLA, which he joined in 1992. He did his undergraduate studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and obtained his Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics from Caltech in 1987. From 1989-1992 he was the Weizmann postdoctoral fellow in the Princeton’s chemistry department, and then the James Franck research fellow at the University of Chicago. Neuhauser’s research has focused on the development of quantum algorithms based on low scaling for large quantum systems, as well as on mesoscopic treatment of coupled systems of radiation and matter. He developed the general absorbing potential approach to scattering. Neuhauser also invented the filter-diagonalization method which is used for the precise extraction of energetic data from a short-time signal, and is useful in quantum dynamics, nuclear magnetic resonance and signal processing in general. Neuhauser’s current research concentrates on the development of stochastic quantum chemistry, an approach which eliminates the need for extensive quantum calculations and instead uses a a small number of “random” orbitals. This paradigm "stretches the limits" in regard to calculating static and dynamics properties of many materials enabling chemically accurate DFT and post-DFT calculations for large mesoscopic systems with tens of thousands of electrons. Neuhauser is the author of over 190 papers, with over 10,000 citations and an h-index of 55 (as of 2023).

Prof. Yucheng Luan


East Eight Energy Co.,Ltd.


Harness liquid molecular energy


Luan Yucheng has been engaged in the research and development and industrialization of nanomaterials for more than 20 years, graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Jilin University (China) in 1999, and then worked in Changchun Institute of Applied Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences from 1999 to 2002, engaged in polymer processing and physical chemistry. He then studied as a PhD student in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Southampton (February 2002-February 2005) and the Department of Chemistry at the University of Edinburgh (2005-2006), where he conducted research on mesoporous materials and combinatorial chemistry. He then returned to China and was interested in the use of nanomaterials in the energy sector. In 2008, he founded Uninano Advanced Material Co., Ltd. (research and industrialization of thermal insulation materials based on mesoporous materials - for energy conservation), and in 2017, he founded East Eight Energy Co., Ltd. (research and industrialization of molecular thermal motion harvester - for the manufacture of new energy) ;Yucheng Luan is also an adjunct professor at Nankai University and Nanjing University of Technology

Dr. Luca Persichetti


Università di Roma Tor Vergata, Italy



I am a tenure-track assistant professor at the Department of Physics of the University of Rome “Tor Vergata”. I had been previously working at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology ETH-Zurich where I obtained a Marie Curie COFUND fellowship to explore single-atom systems for applications in computation and data-storage. My research activity is focused on the investigation of surface systems/phenomena in ultra-high vacuum conditions using microscopy and spectroscopy techniques, in particular scanning probe microscopies and x-ray absorption and photoelectron spectroscopies.

Prof. Jung‑Tang Huang


University of California, Los Angeles, USA



Distinguished Professor, Institute of Mechatronic Engineering, National Taipei University of Technology, and Co-Founder of two start-ups devoted to AIOT and CGMS, respectively. His primary research interests are NEMS/MEMS, Personal Robots, Biosensor, AIOT, and Wearable Devices.

Dr. Alexandros Sarantopoulos


Peter Grünberg Institute, Germany


Tailored ionic and thermal properties in memristive devices


Dr. Alexandros Sarantopoulos received his B.Sc. in Physics from the University of Patras, Greece, his M.Sc. in Applied Physics from the University Complutense of Madrid, Spain, and his Ph.D. in Materials’ Science from the University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Since 2019, Dr. Alexandros Sarantopoulos is a postdoctoral researcher at the Peter Grünberg Institute (PGI-7) in Forschungszentrum Jülich, in the group of Prof. Dr. R. Dittmann. His expertise is on the fabrication and characterization of complex oxide thin films. His research interests focus on resistive switching, thermal transport, and the implementation of thermal management in memristive devices for performance enhancement.

Prof. Dr. Yin-Lian Zhu


Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory, China


Polar topologies in oxide superlattices


Professor Yinlian Zhu obtained her Ph.D in 2005 from Institute of Metal Research (IMR), Chinese Academy of Sciences. She worked as visiting scholar in Max-Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics in Halle, Germany in 2006-2007. She worked in IMR from April 2001 to March 2021. Currently she is professor in Songshan Lake Materials Laboratory, Dongguan, China. Dr. Zhu’s research interest focuses on design, growth and the relationship of structure and property in ferroelectric topologies, ferroic heterointerfaces and oxide superlattices. She has authored and co-authored more than 200 papers in scientific journals including Science, Nature Materials, Nature Communications and Advanced Materials as first author or corresponding author.

Dr. Pablo Giménez-Gómez


Stockholm University, Sweden


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Dr. Jérôme BRUNET


Clermont Auvergne University, France


Relevance of phthalocyanine nanolayers for the development of sensor-systems devoted to low gas concentration monitoring at low temperature in air.


Jérôme BRUNET has obtained his Ph.D. degree in material science and components for electronic from Université Blaise Pascal, France, in 2003. Since 2004, he is working as an Associate Professor in the Chemical Microsensors and Sensor-Systems division at the Institut Pascal laboratory (Clermont Auvergne University). In 2017, he received its accreditation as research supervisor for his scientific works on gas-sensing properties of molecular semiconductors and the development of chemosensors devoted to the titration of outdoor pollutants in atmosphere. His research is now focused on the development of acoustic, conductimetric and plasmonic microsensors and sensor-systems implementing nanocarbons, phthalocyanines and hybrid materials as sensing materials for the monitoring of gas at low concentrations. Since 2021, he’s the team leader of his Chemical Microsensors and Sensor-Systems group.

Dr. Yunsong shi


Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China


Additive Manufacturing of Soft magnetic composites


Shi Yunsong, a Lecture of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, is also the committee member of the Expert Committee of the Additive Manufacturing Technology Center of Additive Manufacturing Branch of Chinese Materials Research Society. He has won four provincial and ministerial awards, eight second prizes of provincial and ministerial awards, one silver award of National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition. He has hold one National Natural Science Foundation of China, one sub-topic of National key research and development program, one sub-topic of Major Program (JD) of Hubei Province. He published 17 papers, some e are famous journals such as Advanced Materials, Nano Energy, Nature Communications etc.