Editorial Board



Prof. Eugene S Mananga

Professor
New York University
New York
United States of America
Tel: 718-289-5403

Prof. Eugene S Mananga is an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics at New York University. He received his Ph.D in Physics from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and holds 6 additional graduate degrees and training from various institutions including Harvard University (HMS), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and City College of view full biography...

Prof. Eugene S Mananga is an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics at New York University. He received his Ph.D in Physics from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, and holds 6 additional graduate degrees and training from various institutions including Harvard University (HMS), Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and City College of New York (CCNY). He is an Assistant Professor of Physics and Nuclear Medicine at BCC of CUNY. Prof. Eugene did his postdoctoral studies in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory of USA, Harvard Medical School, and Massachusetts General Hospital. Prior to joining Harvard - MGH, he was an “Ingenieur de Recherche” in the French Atomic Energy Commission and Alternative Energies (CEA-SACLAY-NEUROSPIN). His research interests are in Condensed Matter Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Medical Physics, Radiological Sciences and Nuclear Medicine. Currently, he is focused on advancing theory, simulation and methodology in Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Spin Dynamics, Quantum Physics, Medical Physics and Nuclear Medicine.

Prof. Enrico Benassi

Professor
University of Oklahoma
Oklahoma City
United States of America
Tel: 39-346-523-3784

Prof. Enrico Benassi is an Invited Professor at University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, USA. He received his Ph.D in Theoretical and Quantum Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy and MS in Chemistry (major: Theoretical and Quantum Physical Chemistry-Chemical Physics), University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. His research Interests view full biography...

Prof. Enrico Benassi is an Invited Professor at University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, USA. He received his Ph.D in Theoretical and Quantum Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics, University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy and MS in Chemistry (major: Theoretical and Quantum Physical Chemistry-Chemical Physics), University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy. His research Interests includes Theoretical Spectroscopy and Nonlinear Optics; Theoretical and computational description of the interaction of molecules with surfaces, nanoparticles, and solvent; Molecular topology and Bader theory; QM/MM methods; Properties and dynamics of the excited states; Exciton Transfer; Theoretical studies on energy pseudo-particles and charge particles photo-induced transfer, matrix elements dynamics calculations for such processes; Organic Photo-Voltaics; Non equilibrium Green’s Functions theory; Quantum molecular electron transport and spintronics; Theoretical and computational studies of the properties of new molecular systems and complex systems of biological, pharmaceutical, medical and technological interest; Computational simulations and software development for scientific calculations.

Prof. Jianyong Li

Professor
Department of Biochemistry
Virginia Tech
United States of America
Tel: 540-231-1182

Prof. Jianyong Li is a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the Virginia Tech. He was an Associate Professor in the same university. He completed his Ph.D in the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1990). He is a protein biochemist and has extensive experience in protein-related research (protein expression and purification, analysis protein modification by mass view full biography...

Prof. Jianyong Li is a professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the Virginia Tech. He was an Associate Professor in the same university. He completed his Ph.D in the University of Wisconsin-Madison (1990). He is a protein biochemist and has extensive experience in protein-related research (protein expression and purification, analysis protein modification by mass spectrometry, and determination of protein structure-function relationships by crystallography). His research fields included peptide mass spectrometry, protein structure and function.

Prof. Salvatore Magazu

Professor
Department of Physics and Earth Sciences
University Of Messina Viale Ferdinando
Italy
Tel: 090-676-5025

Prof. Salvatore Magazu is a Professor of Experimental Physics in Department of Physics and Earth Sciences at University Of Messina Viale Ferdinando, Italy. He received his Ph.D in Physics, fourth cycle, at the Department of Physics, University of Messina in 1988. He Worked as Associate Professor, scientific field FIS/01 Experimental Physics at University of view full biography...

Prof. Salvatore Magazu is a Professor of Experimental Physics in Department of Physics and Earth Sciences at University Of Messina Viale Ferdinando, Italy. He received his Ph.D in Physics, fourth cycle, at the Department of Physics, University of Messina in 1988. He Worked as Associate Professor, scientific field FIS/01 Experimental Physics at University of Messina. Prof. Magazu has been a visiting professor at the University of Odessa and at the University of Lille. The research topics addressed are manifold, and also different in some respects, emerges as a common leitmotif: the integrated use of experimental techniques of investigation, such as laser light scattering, infrared absorption, neutron scattering, etc. for the characterization of the space-time correlations of physical systems disordered.

Prof. Theo Odijk

Professor
Lorentz Institute for Theoretical Physics
Leiden University
Netherlands
Tel: 71-514-5346

Prof. Theo Odijk is a Guest Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Lorentz Institute at Leiden Uiversity, Netherlands. He received his Ph.D in Physical Chemistry at Leiden University in 1983. He was a Professor of Rheology and Materials Science at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and later became Professor of Complex view full biography...

Prof. Theo Odijk is a Guest Professor of Theoretical Physics at the Lorentz Institute at Leiden Uiversity, Netherlands. He received his Ph.D in Physical Chemistry at Leiden University in 1983. He was a Professor of Rheology and Materials Science at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands and later became Professor of Complex Fluids at the Kluyver Institute for Biotechnology at the same university. At the same time he was Adjunct Professor in the Department of Physical Chemistry at Leiden University. He is a recipient of the Gold Medal of the Royal Dutch Society of Chemistry (1986) and has been a member of the Royal Dutch Academy of the Sciences since 2008. His research interests are in the statistical physics of complex fluids: DNA in vitro and in vivo, proteins, fluid dynamics including turbulence, rheology, liquid crystals, polymers, bacteria and viruses.

Prof. Mauricio Alcolea Palafox

Professor
Chemical Physics
Department of Physical Chemistry
Complutense University of Madrid
Spain

Prof. Mauricio Alcolea Palafox is Professor of Chemical Physics in Department of Physical Chemistry at Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. He received his Ph.D from Complutense University of Madrid in 1988. His research areas are Quantum chemistry on biomolecules, Vibrational spectroscopy on biomolecules, Biophysics.



Prof. Mauricio Alcolea Palafox is Professor of Chemical Physics in Department of Physical Chemistry at Complutense University of Madrid, Spain. He received his Ph.D from Complutense University of Madrid in 1988. His research areas are Quantum chemistry on biomolecules, Vibrational spectroscopy on biomolecules, Biophysics.

Prof. Hector O Gonzalez Ochoa

professor
Department of Electronics
University of Guadalajara
Mexico
Tel: 52-33-13785900

Prof. Hector O Gonzalez Ochoa is a professor in Department of Electronics at University of Guadalajara, Mexico. He received his B.S degree in Physics from University of Guadalajara, Mexico (1996) and Ph.D Degree in Physics (2006). He Worked as Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics Division, Institute for Scientific and Technological Research of San Luis Potosi, view full biography...

Prof. Hector O Gonzalez Ochoa is a professor in Department of Electronics at University of Guadalajara, Mexico. He received his B.S degree in Physics from University of Guadalajara, Mexico (1996) and Ph.D Degree in Physics (2006). He Worked as Associate Professor in Applied Mathematics Division, Institute for Scientific and Technological Research of San Luis Potosi, Mexico. His research interests focuses in statistical physics of soft matter and nonlinear dynamics in oscillatory chemical systems.

Dr. Vincenzo Barone

Director
Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Scuola Normale
University of Pisa
Italy

Dr. Vincenzo Barone is Director of ScuolaNormaleSuperiore. After graduating in chemistry (1976), he continued his formation at the Universities of Marseille, Grenoble, Paris, Erlangen, nuremberg, Montreal and Berkeley. In 1982 he became Associate Professor and in 1994 Full Professor in Physical Chemistry at the Federico II University of Naples. Since 2008 he is Full Professor view full biography...

Dr. Vincenzo Barone is Director of ScuolaNormaleSuperiore. After graduating in chemistry (1976), he continued his formation at the Universities of Marseille, Grenoble, Paris, Erlangen, nuremberg, Montreal and Berkeley. In 1982 he became Associate Professor and in 1994 Full Professor in Physical Chemistry at the Federico II University of Naples. Since 2008 he is Full Professor in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry at the ScuolaNormaleSuperiore (Pisa-Italy). The main research interests of Dr. Vincenzo Barone are related to a theoretical microscopic approach for the study of structural, dynamic, electronic and spectroscopic properties of complex systems (materials, nanostructures, biomolecules, “soft matter”), as well as of their reactivity. This analysis is based on the development of an integrated tool for the accurate description of physical-chemical processes in condensed phases, including a general and powerful electronic model (the result of the development of original and effective approaches in the framework of the density functional theory), an accurate description of solute-solvent interactions (through mixed discrete continuum models), and the inclusion of the most important effects of nuclear motions (vibrational averaging of physical-chemical observables, reaction rates, vibronic structures, slow motions).

Prof. Carlos Alberto Brito da Silva Junior

Professor
Department of Physics
Federal University
Para
Brazil

Prof. Carlos Alberto Brito da Silva Junior is an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics in the Department of Physics at Federal University from Para (UFPa). He received his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering (2011), Master (2006) and Graduated Degree (Licensed, 2003 and Bachelor, 2000) in Physics from the UFPa, He has Teaching, Extension and Research Projects, view full biography...

Prof. Carlos Alberto Brito da Silva Junior is an Adjunct Professor of Applied Physics in the Department of Physics at Federal University from Para (UFPa). He received his Ph.D in Electrical Engineering (2011), Master (2006) and Graduated Degree (Licensed, 2003 and Bachelor, 2000) in Physics from the UFPa, He has Teaching, Extension and Research Projects, His research interests are in Condensed Matter Physics, Atomic and Molecular Physics and Solid-State Physics. Currently, he is focused on simulation and methodology in the field of Physics, with emphasis on Electronic Properties and Electronic Transport of Graphenes and its alotropos, as well as Carbon Nanotubes and the operation of devices with carbon nanotube electrodes coupled to molecular bridge.

Prof. Dongyang Li

Professor
Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering
University of Alberta
Canada
Tel: 780-492-6750

Prof. Dongyang Li is a Professor in Dept. of Chemical & Materials Eng at University of Alberta. His interests of research include surfaces and interfaces, tribo-physics, nano-materials, and computational materials science. Prof. Li obtained a B.Sc. in Solid Mechanics from University of Science and Technology China (1982), a M.Sc. in Solid-State Physics from Zhongshan University view full biography...

Prof. Dongyang Li is a Professor in Dept. of Chemical & Materials Eng at University of Alberta. His interests of research include surfaces and interfaces, tribo-physics, nano-materials, and computational materials science. Prof. Li obtained a B.Sc. in Solid Mechanics from University of Science and Technology China (1982), a M.Sc. in Solid-State Physics from Zhongshan University (1985), a Ph.D. in Materials Physics from University of Science and Technology Beijing (1990) and a Ph.D in Metallurgical Engineering from McGill University (1995). Before joining University of Alberta in 1998, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Pennsylvania State University (1995–97). He has been an Adjunct Professor in Dept. of Biomedical Eng., Alberta since 2005. Prof. Li has in excess of three hundred technical publications including two hundred and eighty journal publications.

Prof. Vladimir Tyuterev

Professor
Department of Physics
Reims University
France

Prof. Vladimir Tyuterev is a Professor in the Depatment of Physics, Reims University and Coordinator of the research team “ Theoretical Molecular Physics and Modelisation”. He received his Ph.D in 1985. He worked as a Director of the Laboratory of Theoretical Spectroscopy of the Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk. Prof. Tyuterev view full biography...

Prof. Vladimir Tyuterev is a Professor in the Depatment of Physics, Reims University and Coordinator of the research team “ Theoretical Molecular Physics and Modelisation”. He received his Ph.D in 1985. He worked as a Director of the Laboratory of Theoretical Spectroscopy of the Institute of Atmospheric Optics, Russian Academy of Sciences, Tomsk. Prof. Tyuterev research interests includes Molecular physics, ab initio calculations, dipole and potential energy surfaces, spectroscopy & dynamics, information systems, databases, atmospheric optics, astrophysical applications.

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.

Prof. Elson Longo

Professor
Department of Chemistry
Federal University of Sao Carlos
UFSCar
Brazil

Prof. Elson Longo is Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry of UFSCar, Brazil. He is also Associate Professor of Post-Graduation at UNESP's IQ. He holds a doctorate in Physics and Chemistry from the Institute of Physics of USP-Sao Carlos, published more than 995 articles in international journals, Index H 62, 18,933 citations. Prof. view full biography...

Prof. Elson Longo is Professor and Head of the Department of Chemistry of UFSCar, Brazil. He is also Associate Professor of Post-Graduation at UNESP's IQ. He holds a doctorate in Physics and Chemistry from the Institute of Physics of USP-Sao Carlos, published more than 995 articles in international journals, Index H 62, 18,933 citations. Prof. Longo Received more than 20 awards and honorable mentions. He is the Director of the Center for the Development of Functional Materials (CDMF / FAPESP), which were designed for the development of basic and technological research, teaching and technology transfer to the private sector. His research interests Molecular Mechanics, Molecular Modelling and Nanotechnology.

Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale

Associate Professor
Institute for Computational Molecular Science
Temple University
United States of America
Tel: 121-5204-4214

Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale is Research Associate Professor in Institute for Computational Molecular Science, College of Science and Technology at Temple University, USA. He received his Ph.D from International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy (2007). Dr. Carnevale has recently worked on projects like "Unveiling Allosteric Pathways in Voltage-gated-like ion channels"- National Science Foundation and view full biography...

Dr. Vincenzo Carnevale is Research Associate Professor in Institute for Computational Molecular Science, College of Science and Technology at Temple University, USA. He received his Ph.D from International School for Advanced Studies in Trieste, Italy (2007). 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. Guglielmo Monaco

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry and Biology
University of Salerno
Italy
Tel: 39-0-89-969570

Dr. Guglielmo Monaco is an Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry and Biology at University of Salerno, Italy. He received his Ph.D in Chemistry from University of Naples (1999). Dr. Monaco obtained the degree in Chemistry by the University of Naples in 1996. In the last ten years his scientific activity has been mainly focused view full biography...

Dr. Guglielmo Monaco is an Associate Professor in Department of Chemistry and Biology at University of Salerno, Italy. He received his Ph.D in Chemistry from University of Naples (1999). Dr. Monaco obtained the degree in Chemistry by the University of Naples in 1996. In the last ten years his scientific activity has been mainly focused on the current density induced in closed-shell molecules by an external magnetic field.

Dr. Byungchan Han

Associate Professor
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Yonsei University
Korea
Tel: 82-2-2123-5759

Dr. Byungchan Han is an Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering of Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. He received his Ph.D degree in MIT at the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering in 2007. He obtained Bachelor and Master degree from the Dept. of Nuclear Engineering of Seoul National University. He view full biography...

Dr. Byungchan Han is an Associate Professor at the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering of Yonsei University in Seoul, Korea. He received his Ph.D degree in MIT at the Dept. of Materials Science and Engineering in 2007. He obtained Bachelor and Master degree from the Dept. of Nuclear Engineering of Seoul National University. He was introduced as 10 most leading young scientists in Korea, and a deputy Director of the Joint Research Center between DGIST and Lawrence-Berkeley National Laboratory. He was awarded a medal from International Advanced Association of Materials, and got an excellent research award at Yonsei University in 2016. His research interests are developing emerging energy materials for renewable energy devices such as fuel cells and Li-ion batteries using first principles computational materials science. Recently he is also working for the pyroprocessing technology to recycle spent nuclear fuels.

Dr. Lucian Baia

Associate Professor
Department of Condensed Matter Physics
and Advanced Technologies
Babes Bolyai University
Romania

Dr. Lucian Baia is an Associate Professor in Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Advanced Technologies at Babes Bolyai University, Romania. He received his Ph.D in Natural Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Julius Maximilians University, Wurzburg, Germany. He is also a Senior Researcher at the Centre of Nanostructured Materials and Bionanointerfaces, Institute of Interdisciplinary Research view full biography...

Dr. Lucian Baia is an Associate Professor in Department of Condensed Matter Physics and Advanced Technologies at Babes Bolyai University, Romania. He received his Ph.D in Natural Sciences, Institute of Physical Chemistry, Julius Maximilians University, Wurzburg, Germany. He is also a Senior Researcher at the Centre of Nanostructured Materials and Bionanointerfaces, Institute of Interdisciplinary Research in Bio-Nano-Sciences, Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania. His current research focuses on the obtaining and characterization of nanoarchitectures with controllable morphology and structure for environmental and biomedical applications.

Dr. Guilherme Colherinhas

Associate Professor
Department of Physics
Goias Federal University
Brazil
Tel: 62-9-8535-5475

Dr. Guilherme Colherinhas is an associate professor at the Universidade Federal de Goiás, acting as head of the Department of Physics and the Group of Theoretical and Computational Physics of the Centro de Ensino e Pesquisa Aplicada a Educacao (CEPAE - Center for Education and Research Applied to Education). He received his Ph.D in Physics view full biography...

Dr. Guilherme Colherinhas is an associate professor at the Universidade Federal de Goiás, acting as head of the Department of Physics and the Group of Theoretical and Computational Physics of the Centro de Ensino e Pesquisa Aplicada a Educacao (CEPAE - Center for Education and Research Applied to Education). He received his Ph.D in Physics from the Universidade Federal de Goias. He has experience in solvent effects on spectroscopic properties of organic molecules in solution, especially properties such as: optical absorption, nuclear magnetic resonance and spin-spin coupling; Modeling of nanostructured systems (polypeptides, Carbon nanomaterials, BODIPY and other semiconductors) and host-host simulations (such as: C60 fullerene and hosts such as curcubituril CB[n] macro molecules).

Dr. Gilberto Dantas Saraiva

Associate Professor
Department of Physics
The Ceara State University
Brazil
Tel: 55-8834451036

Dr. Gilberto Dantas Saraiva is an Associate Professor in the Physics Department at the Ceara State University, Brazil. He obtained a Degree in Sciences from the Ceara State University (1999), as well as a Bachelor Degree (2003), a Master Degree (2004) and a PhD Degree (2008) in Physics from the Federal University of Ceara. view full biography...

Dr. Gilberto Dantas Saraiva is an Associate Professor in the Physics Department at the Ceara State University, Brazil. He obtained a Degree in Sciences from the Ceara State University (1999), as well as a Bachelor Degree (2003), a Master Degree (2004) and a PhD Degree (2008) in Physics from the Federal University of Ceara. Currently he is a permanent member of the National Master's Professionals in the Teaching of Physics (MNPEF) at the Faculty of Education, Sciences and Letters in the “Sertao Central” of the Quixada city. He is acting as a contributing member for the Post-Graduation Program in Physics at the Federal University of Piaui (UFPI). His is particularly specialized in the application of the Raman Spectroscopy in nanostructured materials, molybdates (tungstates) and fatty acids, with emphasis in the phase transitions under high pressures (hydrostatic) and temperatures. He is also a leading young scientist in Brazil, as well as leading a group of synthesis and molecular prospections.