Editorial Board



Prof. Lachezar Angelov Petrov

Professor
Chemical Engineering Department
King Abdulaziz University
Saudi Arabia


Prof. Lachezar Angelov Petrov DSc, PhD works as a Professor at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia. Before, he served as Director of the Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is an author and co-author of 27 patents, more than 350 papers and one monograph. Prof. Petrov is one of the founders of Bulgarian view full biography...

Prof. Lachezar Angelov Petrov DSc, PhD works as a Professor at King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia. Before, he served as Director of the Institute of Catalysis, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. He is an author and co-author of 27 patents, more than 350 papers and one monograph. Prof. Petrov is one of the founders of Bulgarian industry for catalyst production. He is a recognized scientist all over the world for his investigations on the kinetics of heterogeneous catalytic processes, the application of catalysis for environmental protection, petroleum chemistry and clean energy. production. Prof. Petrov is a member of several International Scientific Committees and Societies. His recent research interests include kinetics and mechanism of heterogeneous catalytic reactions, application of catalysis for petroleum chemistry, oil processing, environmental protection. and clean hydrogen production; Applied catalysis: kinetic models of the industrial catalytic processes, design of the industrial catalysts, etc. He is a corresponding member of Bulgarian Academy of Sciences and foreign member of Russian Academy for Natural Sciences.

Prof. Steven W Buckner

Professor
Department of Chemistry
Saint Louis University
United States of America
Tel: 314-977-7575

Prof. Steven W Buckner is a Professor at Saint Louis University. He Served as Interim Dean of Engineering, Aviation and Technology at Saint Louis University. Prof. Buckner is a co-Founder of nanoMetallix LLC focusing on the application of a newly developed class of energetic nanomaterials with applications in the areas of hydrogen production and propulsion. view full biography...

Prof. Steven W Buckner is a Professor at Saint Louis University. He Served as Interim Dean of Engineering, Aviation and Technology at Saint Louis University. Prof. Buckner is a co-Founder of nanoMetallix LLC focusing on the application of a newly developed class of energetic nanomaterials with applications in the areas of hydrogen production and propulsion. He has served as Chair of Chemistry at Saint Louis University and Dean of Parks College Engineering, Aviation and Technology. Prof. Buckner received Doctor of Philosophy from Purdue University in 1988. He was honored with Grantwinner Award for Excellence in Research and Sigma Xi Student Research Award. Prof. Buckner is serving as Board of Directors at St. Louis Institute of Nanoscience and Nanomedicine.

Prof. Ruggero Angelico

Professor
Department of Physical Chemistry
University of Molise
Italy
Tel: +39-0874-404-649

Dr. Ruggero Angelico is a Professor in the Department of Agriculture, Environmental and Food Sciences and Physical Chemistry at University of Molise. He worked as a Professor of Chemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Molise. Dr. Angelico's research resulted in obtaining three patents which includes "Innovative method for in situ production of vegetable plastic shortening", view full biography...

Dr. Ruggero Angelico is a Professor in the Department of Agriculture, Environmental and Food Sciences and Physical Chemistry at University of Molise. He worked as a Professor of Chemistry, Faculty of Medicine, University of Molise. Dr. Angelico's research resulted in obtaining three patents which includes "Innovative method for in situ production of vegetable plastic shortening", "A cationic surfactant-based adsorbent material for removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions" etc. He is a member of the Italian Society of Chemistry and the Center for Colloid and Surface Science. His research interests are centered on the micro- and nanometer scale of physical, chemical and mechanical properties of Soft Matter, Self-associated nanostructures in Liquid-Crystals etc.

Prof. Dragica Minic

Professor
Department of Physical Chemistry
University of Belgrade
Belgrade
Serbia

Prof. Dragica Minic is a Professor of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry. She worked as Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry at University of Belgrade. Prof. Minic received her PhD in Physical Chemistry in 1983. She holds five patents for her research. Prof. Minic was honored with Fulbright grant award. She is also a member view full biography...

Prof. Dragica Minic is a Professor of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry. She worked as Associate Professor of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry at University of Belgrade. Prof. Minic received her PhD in Physical Chemistry in 1983. She holds five patents for her research. Prof. Minic was honored with Fulbright grant award. She is also a member of The American Chemical Society, The Yugoslav Society for Hydrogen Energy etc. Prof. Minic's main fields of interest include Thermodynamics and kinetics of reactions in solid phase; Correlation of structural and functional properties; Thermal stability and kinetics of thermal degradation of organometallic compounds; Hydrogen energy.

Prof. Arvydas Survila

Professor
Center for Physical Sciences and Technology
Institute of Chemistry
Lithuania, Europe
Tel: +3706 56 27049

Prof. Arvydas Survila is a Professor at Center for Physical Sciences and Technology. He worked as Professor at Vilnius University in the Departmnt of chemistry. Prof. Survila received his PhD from Moscow State University, Russia in 1968. He has received numerous scientific awards which include prestigious National Award in Chemistry and J Matulis Award from view full biography...

Prof. Arvydas Survila is a Professor at Center for Physical Sciences and Technology. He worked as Professor at Vilnius University in the Departmnt of chemistry. Prof. Survila received his PhD from Moscow State University, Russia in 1968. He has received numerous scientific awards which include prestigious National Award in Chemistry and J Matulis Award from Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. Prof. Survila has been employed in the Institute of Chemistry and Chemical technology at the Academy of Sciences of the Lithuanian, where his work has been geared towards the development of various electroplating processes with a view to their implementation in industry, especially in the newly-built Volga automobile plant, that began producing modified Italian cars Fiat. His research interests include Electrochemistry and Photoelectrochemistry - laser-induced photoelectrochemical phenomena.

Prof. Giancarlo Jug

Professor
Department of Condensed Matter Physics
Universita dell Insubria
Italy
Tel: +39-031-238 6219

Prof. Giancarlo Jug is a Professor in the Department of Sciences at Insubria University/Physics Sector and teaches basic and advanced physics courses. He worked as a Research Fellow at Oxford University, Max-Planck Institutes, and lately was Visiting Professor at McGill University, Department of Physics, Center for Materials Research, Canada. Prof. Jug received his PhD in view full biography...

Prof. Giancarlo Jug is a Professor in the Department of Sciences at Insubria University/Physics Sector and teaches basic and advanced physics courses. He worked as a Research Fellow at Oxford University, Max-Planck Institutes, and lately was Visiting Professor at McGill University, Department of Physics, Center for Materials Research, Canada. Prof. Jug received his PhD in Theoretical Physics from University of Kent, UK in 1981. His research was supported by grants which include FAPESP, MIUR, European Commission's Individual and Network Research Grant, INFN Research Grants, etc. Prof. Jug research interests focus on Theoretical and phenomenological condensed-matter physics, classical and quantum; statistical physics and its applications, with emphasis on amorphous solid science.

Dr. Grigoriy S Yablonsky

Associate Professor
Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology
Saint Louis University
United States of America
Tel: 314-977-8305

Dr. Gregory S Yablonsky is an Associate Professor of the Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology at the Saint Louis University, Missouri and Fellow of Academy of Sciences in St. Louis, USA. He worked as Associate Research Professor in Department of Chemical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis, USA. He completed his postdoctoral training view full biography...

Dr. Gregory S Yablonsky is an Associate Professor of the Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology at the Saint Louis University, Missouri and Fellow of Academy of Sciences in St. Louis, USA. He worked as Associate Research Professor in Department of Chemical Engineering, Washington University in St. Louis, USA. He completed his postdoctoral training at Boreskov Institute of Catalysis, Russia. Dr. Yablonsky's research expertise includes heterogeneous catalysis, kinetics of complex chemical reactions, mathematical modeling of chemical reactors and technological processes, history and methodology of science. Yablonsky was granted by the honorary doctor degree from the University of Ghent. In 2013 Dr. Yablonsky got a "Lifetime Achievement Award" in recognition of outstanding contributions to the research field of chemical kinetics. In 2014, he received the Sarton's Award on history of chemical kinetics.

Dr. Christopher J Fischer

Associate Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Kansas
United States of America
Tel: 785-864-4579

Dr. Christopher J Fischer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA. He also serves as director and associate chair for undergraduate studies. Dr. Fischer worked as visiting Research Scholar at Ludwig Maximillians Universitat, Germany. He completed his Ph.D in applied physics from the University view full biography...

Dr. Christopher J Fischer is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA. He also serves as director and associate chair for undergraduate studies. Dr. Fischer worked as visiting Research Scholar at Ludwig Maximillians Universitat, Germany. He completed his Ph.D in applied physics from the University of Michigan. He is an Affiliate Associate Professor in Department of Molecular Biosciences at University of Kansas. Dr. Fischer received NIA Multidisciplinary Research Training Grant. His research interests include the kinetics and thermodynamics of protein-protein and protein-nucleic acid interactions, and the development and implementation of new biophysical methodologies and techniques.

Dr. Gunter Roth

Group Head
Lab for Microarray copying
Center for Biological Systems Analysis (ZBSA)
Germany
Tel: +49 761 203-97167

Dr. Gunter Roth is Leading a group at ZBSA and is also an Associated Member and Principal Investigator at BIOSS, Excellence cluster, Germany. He served as Group head in Assays development at IMTEK, University Freiburg. Dr. Roth holds numerous patents which include Multiplexed digital PCR, Method for the spatial arrangement of sample fragment for amplification view full biography...

Dr. Gunter Roth is Leading a group at ZBSA and is also an Associated Member and Principal Investigator at BIOSS, Excellence cluster, Germany. He served as Group head in Assays development at IMTEK, University Freiburg. Dr. Roth holds numerous patents which include Multiplexed digital PCR, Method for the spatial arrangement of sample fragment for amplification and immobilization for further derivatizations, Device and method for producing a replicate or derivative from an array of molecules, and applications thereof etc. He was honored with Innovation Price, Science for Life venture cup, Forster award, his team won Gold medal for DIAchip, 1st price Black Forest venture day for concept of Aptamer copying called AptaSWIFT etc. Dr. Roth's research interests focus on rate constants of bindings as well as from enzymes, binding kinetics to surfaces transport limits, viscosity, molecular crowding, re-binding effects, flow rates etc.

Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale

Associate Professor
College of Science and Technology
Temple University
United States of America
Tel: +1-215-204-4214

"Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale is working as Research Associate Professor in the Institute for Computational Molecular Science, Temple University. Dr. Carnevale received PhD from International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy. His research projects are funded by National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation and European Research Council. Dr. Carnevale has recently worked on projects view full biography...

"Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale is working as Research Associate Professor in the Institute for Computational Molecular Science, Temple University. Dr. Carnevale received PhD from International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy. His research projects are funded by National Institute of Health, National Science Foundation and European Research Council. Dr. Carnevale has recently worked on projects like "Unveiling Allosteric Pathways in Voltage-gated-like ion channels" - National Science Foundation and "Coarse Grained Molecular Dynamics Studies of Vesicle Formation and Fusion" - INCITE - Leadership Computing Award, US Department of Energy. His research projects are directed toward the development of methods to effectively describe the structural dynamics of proteins and to perform comparisons within and across distinct protein families".

Dr. Angel Pineiro

Associate Professor
Department of Applied Physics
University of Santiago de Compostela
Spain
Tel: +34-981563100

Dr. Angel Pineiro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Physics of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Between 2002 and 2007 he worked as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Chemistry, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Dr Pineiro is co-founder of Software 4 Science Development S.L. and developer of view full biography...

Dr. Angel Pineiro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Applied Physics of the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain). Between 2002 and 2007 he worked as an Associate Professor in the Department of Physical Chemistry, National Autonomous University of Mexico. Dr Pineiro is co-founder of Software 4 Science Development S.L. and developer of its main product, the AFFINImeter platform for the thermodynamic and kinetic analysis of intermolecular interactions from experimental data. He is also co-founder and scientific advisor of MDUSe Innovative Solutions S.L. His research interest includes the development of models and software for the analysis of experimental data from multiple techniques and the study of intermolecular interactions by several experimental methods as well as by molecular dynamics simulations.

Dr. Luca Pasquini

Associate Professor
Department of Physics and Astronomy
University of Bologna
Italy
Tel: +39 051 2095149

Dr. Luca Pasquini is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University of Bologna in Italy, where he has formerly been Assistant Professor. He completed his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Bologna in 1999. Dr. Pasquini experimental research activity focuses on the synthesis of advanced materials and view full biography...

Dr. Luca Pasquini is an Associate Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at University of Bologna in Italy, where he has formerly been Assistant Professor. He completed his PhD in Condensed Matter Physics from the University of Bologna in 1999. Dr. Pasquini experimental research activity focuses on the synthesis of advanced materials and on the study of their structure and physical properties, with a particular interest towards nanostructured systems. He has been member of the Management Committee and Grant Holder of the European COST Action "Nanostructured Materials for Solid-State Hydrogen Storage". Dr. Pasquini represents the University of Bologna within the Joint Programme "AMPEA - Advanced Materials and Processes for Energy Applications" of the European Energy Research Alliance (EERA). His research interests include kinetics and thermodynamics of hydrogen in metals, diffusion and mechanical properties in nanostructures, modeling and characterization of nanoparticle formation and growth, and photo-induced charge transfer in semiconducting metal oxides.

Dr. Arcovito Alessandro

Associate Professor
Institute of Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry
Catholic University of Sacred Heart
Italy
Tel: +39-06-3015-6706

Dr. Arcovito Alessandro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and working as Professor in the Department of Physics, Italy. He previously worked as Professor in the department of Biotechnology, Catholic University of Sacred Heart. Dr. Alessandro received his PhD in Biophysics in the Department of Biochemical Sciences at the Sapienza University of view full biography...

Dr. Arcovito Alessandro is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and working as Professor in the Department of Physics, Italy. He previously worked as Professor in the department of Biotechnology, Catholic University of Sacred Heart. Dr. Alessandro received his PhD in Biophysics in the Department of Biochemical Sciences at the Sapienza University of Rome in 2002. He has done Bachelor of Science in Physics at the Sapienza University of Rome. Dr. Alessandro is coordinating a research laboratory of Advanced Spectroscopy Applied to biomolecules. His main research focuses on Protein Structural Dynamics Synthesis and characterization of novel nano-biomaterials for therapeutic use. Dr. Alessandro is a member of the Italian Society of Pure and Applied Biophysics SIBPA and the International X-ray Absorption Society, IXAS.

Dr. Antonio F Miguel

Associate Professor
Department of Physics
University of Evora
Portugal



Dr. Antonio F Miguel is an Associate Professor of Physics at University of Evora, Portugal. He is also a member of Institute of Earth Sciences, Portugal. Previously, he has been a visiting professor at Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2000-2006). Dr. Miguel's received his Ph.D. in applied physics from Wageningen University (1998). Dr. Miguel's research covers view full biography...

Dr. Antonio F Miguel is an Associate Professor of Physics at University of Evora, Portugal. He is also a member of Institute of Earth Sciences, Portugal. Previously, he has been a visiting professor at Wageningen University, the Netherlands (2000-2006). Dr. Miguel's received his Ph.D. in applied physics from Wageningen University (1998). Dr. Miguel's research covers a wide range of topics in applied physics and engineering science. His research explores the rich variety of generation of design (configuration, patterns, rhythm) in natural flow systems. This also include self-organization and scaling laws which relate how system features change with size or other property. Another topic of his interests is the suspension flow through ramified and complex flow structures. For Dr. Miguel's work in porous media and complex flow structures, he was awarded as Honorary Fellow of the Australian Institute of High Energetic Materials, Australia (2013).

Dr. Cesare Oliviero Rossi

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
University of Calabria
Italy
Tel: +39-0984-492045

Dr. Cesare Oliviero Rossi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry. He is also a Founder and president of the Spin Off Kimical SRL. Dr. Rossi worked as a Researcher for the Faculty of Science at University of Calabria. He received his PhD degree in Chemistry in 2002, from University of Calabria. Dr. view full biography...

Dr. Cesare Oliviero Rossi is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry. He is also a Founder and president of the Spin Off Kimical SRL. Dr. Rossi worked as a Researcher for the Faculty of Science at University of Calabria. He received his PhD degree in Chemistry in 2002, from University of Calabria. Dr. Rossi was awarded the gold medal for contribution to the Road Science, 2013 Best Elsevier Poster Prize for "Novel formulations based on colloidal systems for transdermal drug delivery" etc. He has two patents which includes Antifumes for bitumen and Organosilane-based adhesion promoter. Dr. Rossi research activity includes Surfactant self-assembly, Phase diagram and Thermodynamics of Surfactants, Biodegradable surface-active molecules, Bitumen etc.

Dr. Anwar Ahniyaz

Senior Researcher
Department of Chemistry, Materials & Surface
SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden
Sweden
Tel: +46-768-640059

Dr. Anwar Ahniyaz is a Senior Researcher at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden. He worked as Senior Project Manager for the department of nanotechnology, Chemistry, Materials and Surfaces, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Stockholm. Dr. Ahniyaz worked as an Area Manager in the Institute for Surface chemistry, Sweden. He received his PhD in view full biography...

Dr. Anwar Ahniyaz is a Senior Researcher at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden. He worked as Senior Project Manager for the department of nanotechnology, Chemistry, Materials and Surfaces, SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden, Stockholm. Dr. Ahniyaz worked as an Area Manager in the Institute for Surface chemistry, Sweden. He received his PhD in Materials Science and Engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology in 2002, Japan. He lead several industrial projects on synthesis, surface-modification, self-assembly of nanoparticles. Dr. Ahniyaz current research focus is surface engineering of nanoparticles, porous materials and their applications in coatings, batteries, supercapacitors, electroceramics, sensors, water/air purifications, catalysts and hybrid nanomaterials.

Dr. Akira Otsuki

Associate Professor
Ecole Nationale Superieure de Geologie
Universite de Lorraine
France
Tel: +33–6–44–28–86–73

Dr. Akira Otsuki is an Associate Professor at Universite de Lorraine. He worked as Lecturer for the Department of Metallurgical & Minerals Engineering, WA School of Mines, Curtin University. Dr. Otsuki received his PhD in Geosystem Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan. He has completed his Masters in Geosciences, Mining Engineering and Materials Processing, Akita view full biography...

Dr. Akira Otsuki is an Associate Professor at Universite de Lorraine. He worked as Lecturer for the Department of Metallurgical & Minerals Engineering, WA School of Mines, Curtin University. Dr. Otsuki received his PhD in Geosystem Engineering, The University of Tokyo, Japan. He has completed his Masters in Geosciences, Mining Engineering and Materials Processing, Akita University, Japan. Dr. Otsuki has received numerous awards which includes 2 international awards in the world renowned congress/conference etc. His research projects were supported by grant acquisition of more than 1.6 Million Euros in total from the government and other funding sources. Dr. Otsuki research interests focus on Colloid and Interface Science, Mineral Processing, Recycling.

Dr. Jonghoon Kang

Associate Professor
Department of Biology
Valdosta State University
United States of America
Tel: 229-333-7140

Dr. Jonghoon Kang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at Valdosta State University. He worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology, Valdosta State University. Dr. Kang received his PhD in Cellular Physiology and Molecular Biophysics from University of Texas in 2004. He has done his Post-doctoral training in Virginia view full biography...

Dr. Jonghoon Kang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Biology at Valdosta State University. He worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biology, Valdosta State University. Dr. Kang received his PhD in Cellular Physiology and Molecular Biophysics from University of Texas in 2004. He has done his Post-doctoral training in Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech. Dr. Kang is expertised in Molecular Biophysics, Principles of Biology etc. His research interests includes Systems biology, thermodynamics and kinetics, High-throughput screening of aptamers for drug development, Heparin-protein and heparin-pathogen interactions etc.

Dr. Elisa Gonzalez Romero

Associate Professor
Department of Analytical Chemistry & Food Chemistry
University of Vigo
Spain
Tel: +34-986-812240

Dr. Elisa Gonzalez Romero is an Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry in Faculty of Chemistry, University of Vigo. She worked as an Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry in Food Science Technology. Dr. Romero received her PhD in 1989 from Autonoma University of Madrid. Her research work resulted in producing one patent; design of several device view full biography...

Dr. Elisa Gonzalez Romero is an Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry in Faculty of Chemistry, University of Vigo. She worked as an Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry in Food Science Technology. Dr. Romero received her PhD in 1989 from Autonoma University of Madrid. Her research work resulted in producing one patent; design of several device "Work in Solution" Screen Printed Electrodes and Thermostat Cell. Dr. Romero's group developed new electroanalytical methods which are applied to study surfactant aggregate and macromolecular effects on chemical reactivity, to study dediazoniation mechanisms in the presence of different substrates (natural antioxidants). Her research work applies analytical chemistry methodology, typically electroanalytical techniques, and biochemistry approaches to problems in food, clinical, and environmental analysis, using biosensors and chemical sensors devices.

Dr. Emilio Bertani

Director
Division of Hepatobilio-pancreatic surgery
European Institute of Oncology
Italy
Tel: +002-57489-680

Dr. Emilio Bertani is serving as Deputy Director in the Division of Hepatobilio-pancreatic surgery, European Institute of Oncology. He worked as Senior Assistant in the Division of General and Laparoscopic Surgery, European Institute of Oncology. Dr. Bertani was specialized in General Surgery in 2004 at the University of Milan, Italy and degree in Medicine and view full biography...

Dr. Emilio Bertani is serving as Deputy Director in the Division of Hepatobilio-pancreatic surgery, European Institute of Oncology. He worked as Senior Assistant in the Division of General and Laparoscopic Surgery, European Institute of Oncology. Dr. Bertani was specialized in General Surgery in 2004 at the University of Milan, Italy and degree in Medicine and Surgery in 1997 at the University of Pavia. He is also a member of ESSO (European Society of Surgical Oncology), EORTC (European Organization for Research and Treatment of Cancer), ENETS (European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society) etc. Dr. Bertani's clinical activity involves Robotic surgery, Laparoscopic oncologic surgery, Colorectal cancer surgery etc. His Research activity focuses on Gastro-entero-pancreatic Neuroendocrine tumors, Colorectal cancer etc.