Bo Xie | Envrionmental pollution | Best Researcher Award

🌟Dr. Bo Xie, Envrionmental pollution , Best Researcher Award🏆

Doctorate at Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

Bo Xie is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics, Kunming University of Science and Technology. With a strong academic background in economics, his research primarily focuses on resource and environmental economics, industrial economics, and applied econometrics. He has a rich history of contributions to his field, reflected through numerous publications and active participation in various research projects.

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Bo Xie has an impressive track record of published works, including multiple journal articles and books in both Chinese and international publications. His research is well-cited, indicating a significant impact on the academic community in areas related to environmental economics, technological innovation, and regional economic development.

Citations: 14 citations by 14 documents.

Documents: 2 documents.

h-index: 2 (The h-index measures both the productivity and citation impact of the publications.)

Education

Bo Xie earned his PhD in Quantitative Economics from Chongqing University in March 2009. Prior to this, he completed his MA in National Economics at Kunming University of Science and Technology in September 2006, and his BS in Marketing from Liaoning Shihua University in September 1997. His academic journey has been marked by a deepening focus on the intersections of economics, resource management, and technological innovation.

Research Focus

Bo Xie’s research interests span across several critical areas of economics, including resource and environmental economics, industrial economics, regional economics, and applied econometrics. His work often explores the impacts of technological innovation and environmental regulation on economic efficiency and regional development, with a particular focus on China.

Professional Journey

Bo Xie began his academic career as an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Management and Economics, Kunming University of Science and Technology in August 2012. He was promoted to Associate Professor in November 2015. Over the years, he has built a reputation for his expertise in environmental and regional economics, contributing valuable insights through his teaching and research.

Honors & Awards

Throughout his career, Bo Xie has received numerous accolades for his research contributions. He has secured significant funding from prestigious institutions, including the National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Yunnan Provincial Education Office Scientific Research Foundation, highlighting his role as a leading researcher in his field.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Bo Xie has authored numerous influential journal articles and books. Notable publications include studies on the impact of trade openness and technological innovation on carbon emission performance, and the effects of environmental regulation on the service industry’s global value chain. His books, such as “Research on Spatial Temporal Dynamics of the Environmental Carrying Capacity” and “Study on the Problems of China’s Regional Resource Curse,” further establish his expertise and contribution to the field.

Digital Economy, Structural Deviation, and Regional Carbon Emissions
  • Authors: Xie, B., Liu, R., Dwivedi, R.
  • Journal: Journal of Cleaner Production
  • Publication Year: 2024
  • Volume and Article Number: Volume 434, Article 139890
  • Citations: 4
  • Access: Open access

Abstract:

This article likely investigates the relationship between the digital economy and regional carbon emissions, focusing on how structural deviations in economic activities might impact environmental outcomes. The research may analyze data across different regions to identify patterns and propose strategies for mitigating carbon emissions through digital economic transformations.

2. Evaluation, Comparison, and Unique Features of Ecological Security in Southwest China: A Case Study of Yunnan Province
  • Authors: Xie, B., Jones, P., Dwivedi, R., Bao, L., Liang, R.
  • Journal: Ecological Indicators
  • Publication Year: 2023
  • Volume and Article Number: Volume 153, Article 110453
  • Citations: 10

Abstract:

This study evaluates the ecological security of Yunnan Province in southwest China. It compares various ecological indicators to identify unique features and potential vulnerabilities within the region. The research aims to provide insights into how ecological security can be maintained and improved in similar geographical and environmental contexts.

Research Timeline

  • PhD (2009): Completed PhD in Quantitative Economics from Chongqing University.
  • Assistant Professor (2012-2015): Served as Assistant Professor at Kunming University of Science and Technology.
  • Associate Professor (2015-present): Promoted to Associate Professor at the same institution.

Collaborations and Projects

Bo Xie has collaborated with various scholars and participated in multiple research projects funded by significant grants. His notable projects include research on the ecological carrying capacity and economic development in Western China, funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. These collaborations and projects have enabled him to contribute to critical discussions and solutions related to economic and environmental sustainability.

Bo Xie’s academic and professional journey is marked by a continuous commitment to advancing knowledge in economics, particularly in the context of environmental and regional challenges. His extensive research, numerous publications, and active participation in collaborative projects underscore his role as a prominent figure in his field.

Amirhosein Riahi | Carbon Capture and Sequestration | Best Researcher Award

🌟Mr. Amirhosein Riahi, Carbon Capture and Sequestration , Best Researcher Award🏆

Amirhosein Riahi at Montana Technological University, United States

Amirhosein Riahi is an engineer scientist with expertise in Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS), materials science, and environmental remediation. He has a strong background in post-mining reclamation, contaminant fate and transport modeling, and multidisciplinary teamwork. Amirhosein’s innovative thinking and data-driven problem-solving skills have led to significant advancements in his field.

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Amirhosein’s work is well-recognized in the academic community, with publications in esteemed journals such as the Journal of Carbon Trends and the Journal of Applied Geophysics. His research has been presented at numerous national and international conferences, including the American Chemistry Society (ACS) Conference and the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration (SME) Conference.

Citations: 6 citations by 6 documents
Publications: 1 document
h-index: 1

The profile suggests that Amirhosein Riahi has authored one publication, which has been cited six times by six different documents. The h-index of 1 indicates that at least one of these publications has been cited at least once

Education

Amirhosein is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Earth Science & Engineering at Montana Technological University, expected to complete in August 2024, with a GPA of 3.82. He holds a Master of Science in Mining & Environmental Engineering (GPA 3.62) and a Bachelor of Science in Mining & Mineral Processing Engineering from the University of Tehran, received in July 2020 and March 2017, respectively.

Research Focus

Amirhosein’s research focuses on carbon-based material characterization, thermo decomposition processes, waste management, hydrogeology, acid mine drainage, post-mining reclamation, and environmental remediation. His work also involves contaminant fate and transport modeling, both analytically and numerically, using various advanced characterization techniques and data analysis tools.

Professional Journey

Since 2021, Amirhosein has been an Engineer Scientist at Montana Tech University, where he developed innovative CCS methods and instructed students in advanced laboratory techniques. He has also facilitated programming and laboratory sessions, supervised diverse student groups, and provided theoretical and practical support for materials characterization.

Previously, Amirhosein conducted research in hydrogeology at the University of Tehran, addressing real-world mining challenges and teaching key engineering courses. He also served as a Mining Engineer at Clausthal University of Technology in Germany, mentoring international students and collaborating on mineral processing projects.

Honors & Awards

Amirhosein has been recognized for his contributions to the field with several awards, including 2nd place in the Graduate Student Poster Contest at the SME Annual Conference and multiple scholarships for his academic achievements. He ranked 3rd among 1500 participants in the Iranian University Entrance Exam for the Master of Science Program and was awarded a DAAD-funded internship at Clausthal University of Technology.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Amirhosein has published papers on a range of topics, including carbon sequestration, biochar gasification, and hydrogeological studies. Notable publications include a paper on resonant vibratory mixing for carbon sequestration in the Journal of Carbon Trends and a study on hazardous gypsum mine mapping in the Journal of Applied Geophysics. His work has contributed significantly to advancing understanding in these areas and has been presented at major conferences.

Enhancement of CO2 Adsorption Kinetics onto Carbon by Low-Frequency High Amplitude Resonant Vibrations

Authors: Amirhosein Riahi, Ethan Heggem, Mario Caccia, Richard LaDouceur

Journal: Carbon Trends

Publication Date: June 2024

DOI: 10.1016/j.cartre.2024.100361

This article explores the augmentation of CO2 adsorption kinetics on carbon surfaces through the application of low-frequency high amplitude resonant vibrations.

Mapping a Hazardous Abandoned Gypsum Mine using Self-Potential, Electrical Resistivity Tomography, and Frequency Domain Electromagnetic Methods

Author: Amirhosein Riahi

Journal: Journal of Applied Geophysics

Publication Date: October 2022

DOI: 10.1016/j.jappgeo.2022.104771

This study discusses the mapping of a hazardous abandoned gypsum mine utilizing self-potential, electrical resistivity tomography, and frequency domain electromagnetic methods.

Research Timeline

Amirhosein’s research journey includes several key projects:

  • 2021-Present: Ph.D. research on process intensification for carbon sequestration.
  • 2017-2020: Hydrogeology research at the University of Tehran.
  • 2021: Projects on biochar gasification, gypsum mine mapping, FWD calibration systems, and geochemical studies in Yellowstone National Park.
  • 2020: Development of an analytical model for pollutant transfer in acid mine drainage systems.

Collaborations and Projects

Amirhosein has collaborated with various research groups and institutions, including the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Montana Department of Transportation (MDT). His projects often involve interdisciplinary teams and innovative approaches, such as his patent on resonant vibratory mixing for improved Samarium – Cobalt magnet leaching, and his participation in a $350,000 grant project for biomass power generation funded by the US Department of Defense.

Overall, Amirhosein Riahi’s career is marked by a strong commitment to advancing engineering and environmental sciences through innovative research, effective collaboration, and dedicated mentorship.

Amos Langat | Statistics | Best Innovation Award

🌟Mr. Amos Langat, Statistics , Best Innovation Award🏆

Amos Langat at Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences , Technology and Innovation,  Kenya

Mr. Amos Kipkorir Langat, a Kenyan national born on January 2nd, 1990, holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics and Mathematics from Kabarak University, a Master of Science in Applied Statistics from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology, and is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in Mathematics (Statistics Option) at the Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences Technology and Innovation. He has served as a part-time lecturer at Maasai Mara University and Kabarak University, contributing to academia while actively engaging in research.

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Mr. Langat has established a significant presence in the academic world through his research publications and contributions. He has authored numerous papers on various topics such as statistical modeling, epidemiology, and biostatistics. His works have been published in reputable journals and have garnered attention within the academic community.

Citations: Langat’s work has been cited 147 times since 2019, indicating the extent to which other researchers have referred to his publications in their own work.

h-index: With an h-index of 2 since 2019, Langat has published at least 2 papers that have each received at least 2 citations. This metric provides a measure of both the productivity and impact of his research output.

i10-index: The i10-index is a metric that measures the number of publications by an author that have at least 10 citations each. With an i10-index of 2 since 2019, Langat has published at least 2 papers that have each received at least 10 citations.

Education:

Langat’s academic journey began with his secondary education at Litein Boys High School, followed by his undergraduate studies at Kabarak University. He then pursued a Master’s degree at Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology. Currently, he is undertaking his Ph.D. at the Pan African University Institute for Basic Sciences Technology and Innovation, focusing on Mathematics with a specialization in Statistics.

Research Focus:

Mr. Langat’s research interests span across several domains including statistical modeling in infectious diseases, factor analysis on women giving birth at health facilities, application of calculus in project design and implementation, and modeling HIV risk exposure factors from a Bayesian perspective. His work aims to address crucial issues in public health and contribute to the advancement of statistical methodologies.

Professional Journey:

Langat’s professional journey includes roles as a part-time lecturer at Maasai Mara University and Kabarak University. He has also served as an international journal reviewer, contributing to the peer-review process. His commitment to academia is reflected in his participation in various workshops, conferences, and training sessions, where he continues to expand his knowledge and expertise.

Honors & Awards:

Langat has received prestigious awards and scholarships, including the Pan African University Scholarship for his Ph.D. studies and postgraduate scholarships from the Higher Education Loan Board for his Master’s degree. These accolades recognize his academic excellence and dedication to advancing knowledge in the field of statistics.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Mr. Langat has made significant contributions to the field of statistics through his research publications. His work covers a wide range of topics including cancer epidemiology, infectious diseases, survival analysis, and modeling population dynamics. His publications have appeared in reputable journals, demonstrating the impact of his research on the scientific community.

“Modeling the Impact of Air Pollution and Meteorological Variables on COVID-19 Transmission in Western Cape, South Africa”

Authors: JK Mutinda, AK Langat

Journal: International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences

Year: 2024

“Spatial Regression Modeling of Child Survival on the Distribution of Births and Deaths in Kenya Based on the Kenya Demographic and Health Survey (KDHS) 2022”

Authors: AKALNK Amos Kipkorir Langat, Michael Arthur Ofori, John Kamwele

Journal: Asian Journal of Probability and Statistics

Year: 2024

“Exploring the Role of Dimensionality Reduction in Enhancing Machine Learning Algorithm Performance”

Authors: JK Mutinda, AK Langat

Journal: Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science

Year: 2024

“The burden, elimination efforts and implication for health policy of Gonorrhoea in Africa: an editorial”

Authors: MO Oduoye, AK Langat, H Cakwira, HO Egunsola, G Narayan, C Biamba

Journal: Annals of Medicine and Surgery

Year: 2024

“A Bayesian Nonparametric Modeling Approach to Settlement Patterns of Pastoralists Population in Kenya”

Authors: AK Langat, MA Ofori, MD Baranon, DB Biftu, SM Mwalili

Journal: Asian Journal of Probability and Statistics

Year: 2023

Research Timeline:

Langat’s research journey has evolved over the years, starting with his early publications during his Master’s program and continuing through his current Ph.D. studies. He has expanded his research focus, exploring new areas within statistics and epidemiology, and his contributions have become increasingly recognized within the academic community.

Collaborations and Projects:

Langat has been involved in various collaborative projects and initiatives aimed at addressing public health challenges and advancing statistical methodologies. He has participated in workshops, training sessions, and conferences, fostering collaborations with researchers from different institutions and contributing to interdisciplinary research efforts aimed at tackling complex societal issues.

John Niyi | Public Health | Best Researcher Award

🌟Mr. John Niyi , Public Health, Best Researcher Award🏆

John Niyi at Ghana Health Service, Ghana

John Lapah Niyi is a dedicated public health professional with a diverse background in research, data analysis, and disease surveillance. With over five years of experience, Niyi has contributed significantly to public health practice in Ghana. He holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from Tsinghua University, China, and a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana. Niyi’s career objective is to work as a public health researcher and consultant in various settings, aiming to make a positive impact on healthcare delivery.

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Niyi has authored several peer-reviewed journal articles, demonstrating his research expertise and contributions to the field of public health. Notable publications include articles on topics such as gestational weight gain, maternal outcomes, hepatitis B knowledge, and disease surveillance practices. His publications have been well-received within the academic community and have contributed to advancing knowledge in key areas of public health.

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Education:

Niyi pursued his academic journey in public health with dedication and commitment. He obtained a Master’s degree in Public Health from Tsinghua University, China, focusing on the association between gestational weight gain and maternal outcomes in Ghana. Prior to this, he completed his Bachelor’s degree in Public Health (Disease Control) at the University of Health and Allied Sciences, Ghana. Niyi’s educational background has equipped him with the necessary skills and knowledge to excel in his career in public health.

Research Focus:

Niyi’s research interests primarily revolve around maternal and child health, adolescent health, infectious diseases, and nutrition. Through his academic and professional endeavors, he has focused on addressing critical public health issues facing communities in Ghana. His research work aims to generate evidence-based solutions to improve health outcomes and inform policy and practice in the field of public health.

Professional Journey:

Niyi has a diverse professional journey spanning roles in public health practice, research, and academia. He has served in various capacities, including as a Senior Public Health Officer at the Ghana Health Service, where he played a key role in disease surveillance, data analysis, and public health interventions. Additionally, he has worked as a tutor at a nursing and midwifery training college, imparting knowledge and skills to future healthcare professionals.

Honors & Awards:

Niyi’s dedication and academic excellence have been recognized through prestigious awards, including the Chinese Government Scholarship for his Master’s degree program at Tsinghua University. This scholarship reflects Niyi’s commitment to academic and professional growth in the field of public health. Such recognition underscores his potential to contribute significantly to the advancement of public health practice and research.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Niyi has made notable contributions to the academic literature through his research publications. His work has shed light on crucial public health issues such as gestational weight gain, maternal outcomes, hepatitis B knowledge, and disease surveillance practices. By disseminating his findings through peer-reviewed journals, Niyi has contributed valuable insights to the global public health discourse, informing policies and interventions aimed at improving population health.

“Association between Gestational Weight Gain and Maternal and Birth Outcomes in Northern Ghana”

Published in: BioMed Research International, 2024-05-02

DOI: 10.1155/2024/5526942

Contributors: John Lapah Niyi; Zhihui Li; Fidelis Zumah; A. Seval Ozgu-Erdinc

Summary: This study likely investigates the association between gestational weight gain and maternal and birth outcomes in Northern Ghana. Understanding this relationship is crucial for improving maternal and child health in the region.

“Assessment of Knowledge and Practices of Community Health Nurses on Data Quality in the Ho Municipality of Ghana”

Published in: Open Journal of Nursing, 2022

DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2022.126029

Contributors: Fidelis Zumah; John Lapah Niyi; Patrick Freeman Eweh; Benjamin Noble Adjei; Martin Alhassan Ajuik; Emmanuel Amaglo; Wisdom Kwami Takramah; Livingstone Asem

Summary: This paper assesses the knowledge and practices of community health nurses regarding data quality in the Ho Municipality of Ghana. Ensuring accurate and reliable health data is essential for effective healthcare planning and delivery.

“Hepatitis B Knowledge, Testing, and Vaccination History among Undergraduate Public Health Students in Ghana”

Published in: BioMed Research International, 2019-08-14

DOI: 10.1155/2019/7645106

Contributors: ERIC OSEI; John Niyilapah; Gregory Kofi Amenuvegbe

Summary: This study likely examines hepatitis B knowledge, testing, and vaccination history among undergraduate public health students in Ghana. Understanding the awareness and vaccination status of students can inform public health interventions to prevent hepatitis B transmission.

Research Timeline:

Niyi’s research journey has evolved over time, starting from his undergraduate studies and culminating in his Master’s degree research project. He has engaged in various research activities, including internships, thesis work, and peer-reviewed publications, each contributing to his growth as a public health researcher. Niyi’s research timeline reflects his commitment to advancing knowledge and addressing pressing health issues through rigorous scientific inquiry.

Collaborations and Projects:

Throughout his career, Niyi has actively collaborated with various stakeholders, including government agencies, academic institutions, and non-governmental organizations. These collaborations have led to impactful projects and initiatives aimed at improving public health outcomes in Ghana. Niyi’s ability to work effectively in multidisciplinary teams underscores his collaborative spirit and dedication to collective efforts in addressing complex public health challenges.

Jianghong Liu | Sleep | Best Researcher Award

🌟Dr. Jianghong Liu , Sleep, Best Researcher Award🏆

Doctorate at University of Pennsylvania, United States

Dr. Jianghong Liu is a distinguished scholar and professor at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. With a Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of California Los Angeles, Dr. Liu’s research focuses on the intersection of environmental factors and children’s health outcomes, particularly regarding lead exposure and sleep disturbances. She has made significant contributions to the field through her extensive publications, collaborations, and mentorship roles. Dr. Liu’s work has garnered numerous awards and recognitions, including induction into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame.

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Dr. Liu’s scholarly impact is reflected in her author metrics, which include a substantial number of publications in reputable journals across various domains. She has demonstrated expertise in interdisciplinary research, with a focus on children’s health, environmental toxicology, and global health issues. Her publications have received citations and recognition from peers in the field, contributing to the advancement of knowledge in areas such as lead exposure, childhood neurobehavioral outcomes, and environmental risk factors.

  • Citations: 7,050 citations
  • Documents: 5,785 documents
  • h-index: 41

Education

Dr. Liu’s academic journey includes obtaining a Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of California Los Angeles, preceded by an MSN in Maternal and Child Health Nursing from the same institution. She also holds an Advanced Nursing Diploma equivalent to a BSN from Nanjing Medical University in China. Her educational background has provided a strong foundation for her research and teaching endeavors, allowing her to address complex issues in children’s health and environmental science.

Research Focus

Dr. Liu’s research focuses on understanding the impact of early health and environmental risk factors on children’s behavioral and neurodevelopmental outcomes. She investigates the effects of lead exposure, sleep disturbances, and other environmental toxins on child health, emphasizing longitudinal studies to assess long-term consequences. Her work also explores cultural and socioeconomic influences on health disparities, particularly in the context of global health initiatives.

Professional Journey

Throughout her career, Dr. Liu has held various academic and leadership positions, including professorships at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing. She has been actively involved in curriculum development, mentoring doctoral students, and fostering interdisciplinary collaborations. Dr. Liu’s commitment to advancing nursing education and research is evident in her extensive teaching experience and service on committees and task forces within academic institutions.

Honors & Awards

Dr. Liu’s contributions to nursing research and education have been recognized through numerous honors and awards. She was inducted into the International Nurse Researcher Hall of Fame and received the Trustees Council of Penn Women Award for Undergraduate Advising at the University of Pennsylvania. Additionally, she has been honored by organizations such as the American Academy of Nursing and Sigma Theta Tau International for her outstanding achievements in the field.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Dr. Liu’s publications have made significant contributions to advancing knowledge in nursing, environmental health, and child development. Her research on lead exposure, sleep disturbances, and environmental risks has been widely cited and acknowledged for its impact on policy and practice. Dr. Liu’s work has informed public health initiatives aimed at reducing childhood lead exposure and improving children’s overall well-being.

Title: Sleep Quality and Subjective Cognitive Decline among Older Adults: The Mediating Role of Anxiety/Depression and Worries

Journal: Journal of Aging Research

Date: May 7, 2024

DOI: 10.1155/2024/4946303

Contributors: McKenna Sun; Qianqian Zhang; Yifei Han; Jianghong Liu; Chenggao Li

Title: Developing and evaluating a mindfulness-based finger/hand exercise intervention for ethnically diverse older adults with and without disabilities: A feasibility study

Journal: Geriatric Nursing

Date: March 2024

DOI: 10.1016/j.gerinurse.2024.02.008

Contributors: Jianghong Liu; Yi Yang; Haoer Shi; McKenna Sun; Rui Feng; Weiling Yu; Kade Shippy; Dorothy Asiedu; Sandy Li; Hazel (Yitong) He et al.

Title: Childhood sleep: assessments, risk factors, and potential mechanisms

Journal: World Journal of Pediatrics

Date: February 2024

DOI: 10.1007/s12519-022-00628-z

Contributors: Jianghong Liu; Xiaopeng Ji; Elizabeth Rovit; Susannah Pitt; Terri Lipman

Title: Childhood sleep: physical, cognitive, and behavioral consequences and implications

Journal: World Journal of Pediatrics

Date: February 2024

DOI: 10.1007/s12519-022-00647-w

Contributors: Jianghong Liu; Xiaopeng Ji; Susannah Pitt; Guanghai Wang; Elizabeth Rovit; Terri Lipman; Fan Jiang

Title: Omega-3 Supplementation Reduces Schizotypal Personality in Children: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Journal: Schizophrenia Bulletin

Date: February 1, 2024

DOI: 10.1093/schbul/sbae009

Contributors: Adrian Raine; Ruben C Gur; Raquel E Gur; Therese S Richmond; Joseph Hibbeln; Jianghong Liu

Research Timeline

Dr. Liu’s research trajectory spans several decades, beginning with her doctoral studies at the University of California Los Angeles. She has conducted pioneering research on childhood externalizing behavior, lead exposure, and sleep disturbances, collaborating with multidisciplinary teams to address complex health issues. Over the years, Dr. Liu has secured grants, published extensively, and disseminated her findings through conferences, workshops, and international collaborations.

Collaborations and Projects

Dr. Liu has been actively engaged in collaborative research projects aimed at addressing global health challenges and advancing nursing science. She has forged partnerships with academic institutions, government agencies, and community organizations to conduct interdisciplinary research on environmental health, childhood development, and public health interventions. Dr. Liu’s collaborations have resulted in innovative approaches to improving children’s health outcomes and fostering sustainable solutions to environmental challenges.

Imran Khan | Physiotherapy | Academic Excellence Recognition Award

🌟Dr. Imran Khan , Physiotherapy, Academic Excellence Recognition Award🏆

 Doctorate at Uem University, India

Dr. Imran Khan is an Assistant Professor (Grade-I) at the University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur, with expertise in Sport Sciences and the management of macro and micro injuries among young athletes. He holds a Ph.D. and has received education and training from prestigious institutions worldwide. With a background in Physiotherapy, Dr. Khan has made significant contributions to research, particularly in sports rehabilitation and injury management.

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Dr. Imran Khan’s author metrics reflect a prolific academic career, with a notable publication record in esteemed journals. His research output demonstrates a commitment to advancing knowledge in the fields of sports physiology, rehabilitation, and injury management. His publications have garnered citations and recognition within the scientific community.

Education:

Dr. Khan’s educational journey includes specialized courses and degrees from renowned institutions such as the University of Colorado Boulder, Duke University, Johns Hopkins University, and the University of Toronto. His academic pursuits have provided him with a strong foundation in exercise science, human physiology, public health, and sports medicine.

Research Focus:

Dr. Khan’s research primarily focuses on sports rehabilitation and the management of injuries among athletes, particularly at the macro and micro levels. His work aims to enhance understanding and develop effective strategies for preventing, diagnosing, and treating sports-related injuries, with a special emphasis on young athletes.

Professional Journey:

Dr. Imran Khan’s professional journey encompasses both academic and clinical roles. He has served as an Assistant Professor at the University of Engineering and Management, Jaipur, since 2019, where he imparts knowledge and expertise to students in the field of sports sciences. Additionally, Dr. Khan has been actively involved in clinical practice, contributing to the rehabilitation and well-being of athletes.

Honors & Awards:

Dr. Khan has received numerous honors and awards recognizing his contributions to the field of sports sciences and physiotherapy. These accolades include Core Committee Awards, Certificates of Appreciation, Excellence in Clinical Practice Awards, and Academic Eminence Awards, among others, highlighting his dedication and achievements.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Dr. Imran Khan’s publications cover a wide range of topics related to sports physiology, rehabilitation, and injury management. His research articles have appeared in reputable journals such as the Korean Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, Educational Administration: Theory and Practice, HSRA, and Artificial Intelligence and Digital World, among others. His contributions to the scientific literature have enriched understanding and informed practice in sports medicine.

  1. Efficacy of Rigid Tape in the Immediate Management of Acute Infield Ankle Sprains: A Randomized Controlled Trial
    • Published in the Korean Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology in 2024-04-14.
    • Dr. Imran Khan contributed to this original draft article.
  2. Understanding Learning Disabilities: Integrating Educational Strategies and Psychological Interventions
    • Published in Educational Administration: Theory and Practice in 2024-04-10.
    • Contributors include Dr. Imran Khan, Dr. Gaurav Shrivastava, Dr. Shantanu Sharma, Dr. Inderpreet Singh, and Ms. Nidhi Sharma.
  3. Complete Guide to Sports Physiotherapy
    • Published in HSRA in 2024-02-02.
    • Dr. Imran Khan conceptualized this book.
  4. Physical Macro and Micro Trauma Among School and College Boy Cricketers in Jaipur: A Retrospective Descriptive Study
    • Patent published in Medical and Health Sciences in 2023-09-11.
    • Dr. Imran Khan authored this original draft.
  5. Study on Sports Physiotherapy for Muscular Injuries Among Teen Footballers
    • Published in China Petroleum Processing and Petrochemical Technology in 2023-06-04.
    • Dr. Imran Khan contributed to this original draft article.
  6. Analysis of Macro Trauma Among Youngers: A Study
    • Reviewed in the European Chemical Bulletin in 2023-05-05.
    • Dr. Imran Khan contributed to this study.

These publications showcase Dr. Imran Khan’s diverse research interests and contributions to the fields of sports physiotherapy, education, and injury management. His work encompasses original research studies, conceptualization of books, and contributions to collaborative efforts in understanding various aspects of sports-related injuries and learning disabilities.

Research Timeline:

Dr. Khan’s research timeline spans several years, with notable projects and publications dating back to his doctoral studies and continuing through his current academic and professional endeavors. His research has evolved over time, reflecting ongoing dedication to advancing knowledge and addressing key challenges in sports rehabilitation and injury management.

Collaborations and Projects:

Dr. Khan has been actively engaged in collaborations with fellow researchers, academic institutions, and professional organizations. These collaborations have led to impactful research projects, including studies on sports rehabilitation, injury prevention, and the development of innovative therapeutic approaches. Dr. Khan’s collaborative efforts contribute to the interdisciplinary nature of sports sciences and foster partnerships for future research endeavors.

Jean de Dieu Baziki | Monoclonal Antibodies | Best Innovation Award

🌟Dr. Jean de Dieu Baziki , Monoclonal Antibodies, Best Researcher Award🏆

 Doctorate at AU-PANVAC, Ethiopia

Jean de Dieu BAZIKI, Ph.D., IFBA, is a Rwandese national currently serving as a Laboratory Assistant and Training Coordinator at the Pan African Veterinary Vaccine Centre of the African Union Commission (AU/PANVAC) in Ethiopia. With a background in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology, Baziki has extensive experience in quality management systems, biosecurity management, and the development of disease diagnostic kits. He is dedicated to enhancing laboratory capabilities across Africa through training, capacity building, and the adoption of advanced technologies.

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Jean de Dieu BAZIKI has contributed significantly to the scientific community through his publications in reputable journals. His work focuses on infectious diseases in animals, particularly in the development and evaluation of diagnostic tools and vaccines. Baziki’s research has garnered attention for its impact on disease control and surveillance efforts in Africa.

  • Citations: 38 citations by 36 documents
  • Documents: 5
  • h-index: 3

Education:

Baziki holds a Ph.D. in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology from the Pan African University/Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (PAU/JKUAT) in Kenya. He also obtained an MSc in Microbiology from Periyar University, India, and an Advanced Diploma in Biomedical Lab Sciences from Kigali Health Institute, Rwanda. His educational background equips him with the knowledge and skills necessary for his role in advancing veterinary science and biotechnology.

Research Focus:

Jean de Dieu BAZIKI’s research primarily focuses on infectious diseases affecting animals, with a specialization in the development and validation of diagnostic assays and vaccines. He is particularly interested in diseases such as Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP), Peste des Petits Ruminants (PPR), and other transboundary animal diseases prevalent in Africa. Baziki’s work aims to improve disease detection, control, and prevention strategies to safeguard animal health and enhance food security.

Professional Journey:

Baziki’s professional journey spans over a decade, during which he has held various positions in laboratory management, research, and training. He began his career as a Clinical Supervisor and Laboratory Technician at the Diagnostic Laboratory Center of Kigali Health Institute, Rwanda. Since 2009, he has been serving at AU/PANVAC in Ethiopia, where he has played a key role in implementing quality management systems, conducting research, and providing training to laboratory scientists across Africa.

Honors & Awards:

Throughout his career, Jean de Dieu BAZIKI has received recognition for his contributions to veterinary science and biotechnology. His dedication to advancing laboratory capabilities and promoting biosecurity has earned him several honors and awards, including certifications from the International Federation of Biosafety Associations (IFBA) and recognition for his research publications in esteemed scientific journals.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Baziki has made significant contributions to the field of veterinary science through his publications in reputable journals. His research on the development and evaluation of diagnostic assays and vaccines for infectious diseases in animals has been noted for its impact on disease control and surveillance efforts in Africa. Baziki’s work has advanced our understanding of disease dynamics and has contributed to the development of effective control strategies.

Title: “Evaluation of Ppr Monoclonal Antibodies In Immunofluorescence For Rapid Quality Control of Peste Des Petits Ruminants (Ppr) Vaccine”

  • Journal: Small Ruminant Research
  • Year: 2022
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.smallrumres.2022.106865
  • Contributors: Dr. Jean de Dieu Baziki; Habeeb Ayinde Oyedele; Charles S. Bodjo; Hassane Diallo; Hassan Belay Gelaw; Ethel Chitsungo; Cisse Rahamatou Moustapha Boukary; Hiwot Fikru; Gbolahanmi Akinola Oladosu, et al.

Title: “South-to-south mentoring as a vehicle for implementing sustainable health security in Africa”

  • Journal: One Health Outlook
  • Year: 2021
  • DOI: 10.1186/s42522-021-00050-x
  • Contributors: Stephanie Marie Norlock; Patrick W. Okanya; Anastasia Trataris; Michael E. Hildebrand; Jean de Dieu Baziki; Imane Belkourati; Maureen Ellis

Title: “Corrigendum to “Development and Evaluation of an Immuno-Capture Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay to Quantify the Mycoplasma capricolum subsp. Capripneumoniae (Mccp) Protein in Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) Vaccine””

  • Journal: Veterinary Medicine International
  • Year: 2021
  • DOI: 10.1155/2021/9813273
  • Contributors: Jean de Dieu Baziki; Charles Bodjo S.; Nick Nwankpa; Naomi Maina; Ethel Chitsungo; Cisse Rahamatou Moustapha Boukary; Takele A. Tefera; Rume Veronica Nwankpa; Nduta Mwangi

Title: “Sero-epidemiology of peste des petits ruminants in Oromia and Afar regional states of Ethiopia”

Title: “Development and Evaluation of an Immuno-Capture Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay to Quantify the Mycoplasma capricolum subsp. capripneumoniae (Mccp) Protein in Contagious Caprine Pleuropneumonia (CCPP) Vaccine”

  • Journal: Veterinary Medicine International
  • Year: 2020
  • DOI: 10.1155/2020/4236807
  • Contributors: Jean de Dieu Baziki; Bodjo S. Charles; Nick Nwankpa; Naomi Maina; Ethel Chitsungo; Cisse Rahamatou Moustapha Boukary; Takele A. Tefera; Rume Veronica Nwankpa; Nduta Mwangi

Research Timeline:

Baziki’s research journey has been marked by a series of milestones and achievements. Beginning with his educational pursuits in Molecular Biology & Biotechnology and Microbiology, he has progressively focused his research efforts on infectious diseases in animals. His doctoral studies provided a platform for in-depth research on disease diagnostics and vaccine development, which he continues to pursue in his current role at AU/PANVAC.

Collaborations and Projects:

Jean de Dieu BAZIKI has been actively involved in collaborative projects aimed at addressing key challenges in veterinary science and biotechnology. He has participated in workshops, training sessions, and research initiatives organized by international organizations, governments, and research institutions. These collaborations have facilitated knowledge exchange, capacity building, and the development of innovative solutions to combat infectious diseases in animals across Africa.

Aimé Kayath | Bacteriology | Best Researcher Award

🌟Prof. Aimé Kayath, Bacteriology, Best Researcher Award🏆

Professor at MESRSIT Congo, Republic of the

Aimé Christian Kayath is a highly accomplished researcher and educator in the field of biotechnology and microbiology. With a diverse academic background spanning from cellular biology to biotechnology, Kayath has made significant contributions to the understanding of various aspects of microbial biology and its applications in different fields. His expertise extends to applied microbiology, molecular biology, and biotechnological research.

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Kayath’s publications showcase his impact and recognition within the scientific community. His research has been published in reputable journals, indicating both the quality and relevance of his work. Metrics such as citation counts, h-index, and impact factor of the journals where his work is published can further quantify his influence in the academic domain.

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Education:

Kayath’s educational journey is marked by notable achievements, including a PhD in Biotechnology-Microbiology from the University of Liège, Belgium, where he received honors. Prior to his doctoral studies, he completed a Master’s degree in Biotechnology, also with distinction, at the same institution. His academic foundation in cellular and molecular biology was laid during his undergraduate studies at Université Marien Ngouabi in Congo-Brazzaville.

Research Focus:

Kayath’s research interests revolve around molecular microbiology, biotechnology, and biochemistry of macromolecules. His work encompasses diverse areas such as protein engineering, genetic engineering of prokaryotes and eukaryotes, and the study of cellular and molecular processes in microorganisms. His research has implications in various fields including agriculture, food science, and healthcare.

Professional Journey:

Kayath’s professional journey is characterized by a wide range of roles and responsibilities across academia, research, and industry. From teaching and conducting research at prestigious universities to managing projects in biotech companies, he has gained valuable experience and expertise. His roles as a chief of laboratory, teaching researcher, and representative for international organizations demonstrate his leadership and commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and applications.

Honors & Awards:

Throughout his career, Kayath has received recognition for his outstanding contributions to the field of biotechnology and microbiology. Awards of Excellence from renowned foundations and institutions in Belgium attest to his dedication, expertise, and impact in both academic and industrial settings.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Kayath’s publications represent a significant body of work that contributes to the advancement of scientific knowledge. His research articles cover a wide range of topics including microbial physiology, molecular mechanisms of pathogenesis, biotechnological applications, and food microbiology. These publications not only showcase his expertise but also serve as valuable resources for researchers and practitioners in related fields.

Involvement of the Bacillus SecYEG Pathway in Biosurfactant Production and Biofilm Formation

  • Journal: International Journal of Microbiology (2024)
  • DOI: 10.1155/2024/6627190
  • Contributors: Frédéric Yannick Okouakoua; Christian Aimé Kayath; Saturnin Nicaise Mokemiabeka; David Charles Roland Moukala; Moïse Doria Kaya-Ongoto; Etienne Nguimbi; Todd R. Callaway

Profiling of Indigenous Biosurfactant-Producing Bacillus Isolates in the Bioremediation of Soil Contaminated by Petroleum Products and Olive Oil

  • Journal: International Journal of Microbiology (2021)
  • DOI: 10.1155/2021/9565930
  • Contributors: Paola Sandra Elenga-Wilson; Christian Aimé Kayath; Nicaise Saturnin Mokemiabeka; Stech Anomene Eckzechel Nzaou; Etienne Nguimbi; Gabriel Ahombo; Chioma Blaise Chikere

Prime Enzymatic Exocellular Background of Lysinibacillus louembei

  • Journal: Advances in Microbiology (2020)
  • DOI: 10.4236/aim.2020.103009
  • Contributors: Christian Aimé Kayath

Synergic Involvements of Microorganisms in the Biomedical Increase of Polyphenols and Flavonoids during the Fermentation of Ginger Juice

  • Journal: International Journal of Microbiology (2020)
  • DOI: 10.1155/2020/8417693
  • Contributors: Christian Aimé Kayath; Armel Ibala Zamba; Saturnin Nicaise Mokémiabeka; Meddy Opa-Iloy; Paola Sandra Elenga Wilson; Moïse Doria Kaya-Ongoto; Rodd Jurah Mouellet Maboulou; Etienne Nguimbi

Invasion of Epithelial Cells Is Correlated with Secretion of Biosurfactant via the Type 3 Secretion System (T3SS) of Shigella flexneri

  • Journal: Journal of Pathogens (2020)
  • DOI: 10.1155/2020/3062821
  • Contributors: Duchel Jeanedvi Kinouani Kinavouidi; Christian Aimé Kayath; Etienne Nguimbi

Research Timeline:

Kayath’s research timeline reflects a progression of scholarly activities and achievements over the years. From his early academic pursuits to his current position as a leading researcher and educator, each phase of his career has contributed to the development of his expertise and the advancement of scientific knowledge in his areas of interest.

Collaborations and Projects:

Kayath has been involved in numerous collaborative projects with academic institutions, research organizations, and industry partners. These collaborations have facilitated knowledge exchange, resource sharing, and the development of innovative solutions to complex scientific challenges. His ability to collaborate across disciplines and sectors underscores his versatility and effectiveness as a researcher and professional.

Alexandra Streďanská | Biotribology | Best Researcher Award

🌟Ms. Alexandra Streďanská, Biotribology, Best Researcher Award🏆

Alexandra Streďanská at Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic

Alexandra Streďanská is a Ph.D. candidate at Brno University of Technology, specializing in Design and Process Engineering with a focus on Tribology. With a background in Mechanical Engineering, she has worked as an assistant at the university while also gaining industry experience as a student engineer at Garrett Advancing Motion. Alexandra’s research interests lie in understanding frictional behavior in fascia tissues, with a particular focus on lubrication and regeneration using hyaluronan. She has published extensively in reputable journals and has presented her work at international conferences.

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Alexandra Streďanská has authored or co-authored several publications in esteemed journals, including the Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials and Biotribology.

Citations: 3 citations from 3 documents

Documents authored: 2 documents

h-index: 1

Education:

Alexandra completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Fundamentals of Mechanical Engineering at Brno University of Technology. She pursued her Master’s Degree in Power Engineering at the same institution. Currently, she is a Ph.D. Candidate in Design and Process Engineering at Brno University of Technology.

Research Focus:

Alexandra’s research primarily focuses on Tribology, with a specific emphasis on understanding frictional behavior in fascia tissues. Her work involves investigating lubrication and regeneration techniques using hyaluronan.

Professional Journey:

Alexandra has gained professional experience as an assistant at Brno University of Technology, where she engages in research work and teaching activities. Additionally, she worked as a student engineer at Garrett Advancing Motion, where she was involved in the development and qualification of turbochargers for petrol engines.

Honors & Awards:

Alexandra has received recognition for her academic and professional achievements, including the Best Poster Award at the 5th International Conference on BioTribology (ICoBT). She also secured first place in the EBEC Case Study at the faculty round and third place at the university round.

Publications Noted & Contributions:

Alexandra has made significant contributions to the field through her publications. Notable works include understanding frictional behavior in fascia tissues through tribological modeling and material substitution, injecting hyaluronan in the thoracolumbar fascia, and developing a tribological model of human fascia.

Title: Understanding frictional behavior in fascia tissues through tribological modeling and material substitution

  • Journal: Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials
  • Publication Date: May 2024
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.jmbbm.2024.106566
  • Contributors: A. Streďanská, D. Nečas, M. Vrbka, J. Suchánek, J. Matonohová, E. Toropitsyn, M. Hartl, I. Křupka, K. Nešporová

Title: Development of Tribological Model of Human Fascia: The Influence of Material Hardness and Motion Speed Journal: Biotribology

  • Publication Date: 2022
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.biotri.2022.100209 EID: 2-s2.0-85127519281
  • Contributors: A. Streďanská, D. Nečas, M. Vrbka, I. Křupka, M. Hartl, E. Toropitsyn, J. Husby

Research Timeline:

Alexandra’s research journey includes her current pursuit of a Ph.D. at Brno University of Technology, where she has been engaged since 2020. She also undertook internships at the University of Groningen, Netherlands, in 2023, and currently, she is a special student researcher at Kyushu University, Japan.

Collaborations and Projects:

Throughout her academic and professional journey, Alexandra has collaborated with researchers and professionals from various institutions, including Contipro as, the University of Groningen, and Kyushu University. She has been involved in projects related to tribology, turbocharger design, and the application of hyaluronan in tissue regeneration.

Anna Zelenaya | Computer-aided materials | Best Researcher Award

🌟Dr. Anna Zelenaya, Computer-aided materials, Best Researcher Award🏆

Doctorate at The organization name: Institute of Physical Materials Science of Siberian Branch of Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia

Dr. Zelenaya Anna Eduardovna is a senior research fellow with a Ph.D. at the Institute of Physical Materials Science of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Ulan-Ude. Her research primarily focuses on computer simulation of phase diagrams of multicomponent systems to develop new materials with predictable properties. With over two decades of experience, she has made significant contributions to the field through her publications, patents, and participation in scientific projects.

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Throughout her career, Dr. Zelenaya has authored 45 publications indexed in international databases. She has also obtained 2 patents, demonstrating her innovative contributions to materials science. Additionally, she has participated in and led 11 scientific projects, showcasing her expertise and leadership in the field.

  • Citations: 113 citations from 64 documents.
  • Documents: Zelenaya A. E. has 45 documents published.
  • h-index: The h-index, a measure of productivity and citation impact, is 6 for Zelenaya A. E.

Education

Dr. Zelenaya completed her graduate studies at the Department of Physical Problems, Buryat Scientific Center (Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences), where she earned her Ph.D. She also holds a degree in Physics and Mathematics from Buryat State University named after D. Banzarov.

Research Focus

Dr. Zelenaya’s research focuses on computer simulation of phase diagrams of multicomponent systems. She aims to develop new materials with predictable properties by understanding phase equilibria and crystallization stages for various compositions. Her work has applications in glass development, building materials, refractory-slag interactions, and understanding the crystallization processes of igneous rocks.

Professional Journey

Since 2001, Dr. Zelenaya has been a senior research fellow at the Institute of Physical Materials Science of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Over the years, she has led and participated in various scientific projects, contributing to the advancement of materials science. Her expertise in computer modeling of phase diagrams has earned her recognition in the field.

Honors & Awards

Dr. Zelenaya has received recognition for her contributions to materials science, although specific honors and awards are not mentioned in the provided information.

Publications Noted & Contributions

Dr. Zelenaya’s notable publications include studies on various systems such as LiF-NaF-CaF2-LaF3, ZrO2-SiO2-Al2O3, CaO-MgO-Al2O3, Fe-Ni-Co-Cu, Co-Cu-CoS-Cu2S, titanium-aluminum-silicon-zirconium oxides, Cu-Ni-Mn, ZrO2-SiO2-Al2O3, and Ag-Au-Sb. Her research contributions include developing computer models of phase diagrams, resolving experimental data contradictions, and predicting phase equilibria.

The Sm<sub>2</sub>S<sub>3-X</sub>-SmS-Sm<sub>2</sub>O<sub>2</sub>S refractory system: thermal analysis, phase diagram, and properties of the phases

  • Journal: Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
  • Year: 2024
  • DOI: 10.1007/S10973-023-12792-Z
  • Contributors: Yurev, Ilya Olegovich; Aleksandrovsky, Aleksandr Sergeevich; Kamaev, Dmitriy Nikolaevich; Polkovnikov, Aleksei Aleksandrovich; Grigorchenko, Viktoriya Maksimovna; Yarovenko, Aleksandr Aleksandrovich; Zelenaya, Anna Eduardovna; Parfenova, Mariya Dmitriyevna; Andreev, Oleg Valeryevich

Creating a digital passport based on the spatial computer model of the isobaric phase diagram for the Ag-Au-Sb system

  • Journal: Materials Science and Engineering: B
  • Year: 2024-06
  • DOI: 10.1016/j.mseb.2024.117365
  • Contributors: Anna Zelenaya; Vera Vorob’eva; Vasily Lutsyk; Maria Parfenova

Correction of the 3D Computer Model of the Phase Diagram for the LiCl-PrCl<sub>3</sub>-KCl System Using Thermoanalytical Curves

  • Journal: Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
  • Year: 2023
  • DOI: 10.1134/S0036023623601174
  • Contributors: Vorob’eva, V. P.; Zelenaya, A. E.; Lutsyk, V. I.; Parfenova, M. D.; Baldanov, V. D.

Spatial Computer Model of the UCl<sub>3</sub>-NaCl-MgCl<sub>2</sub>-PuCl<sub>3</sub> Isobaric Phase Diagram

  • Journal: Russian Journal of Inorganic Chemistry
  • Year: 2023
  • DOI: 10.1134/S0036023623602039
  • Contributors: Vorob’eva, V. P.; Zelenaya, A. E.; Lutsyk, V. I.; Lamueva, M. V.

State Diagram of the ZrO<sub>2</sub>-SiO<sub>2</sub>-Al<sub>2</sub>O<sub>3</sub> System with Visualization by Computer 3D-Model and Calculation Using the NUCLEA Database

  • Journal: Doklady Physical Chemistry
  • Year: 2023
  • DOI: 10.1134/S0012501623600079
  • Contributors: Vorob’eva, V. P.; Zelenaya, A. E.; Lutsyk, V. I.; Vorozhtcov, V. A.; Almjashev, V. I.; Stolyarova, V. L.

Research Timeline

Dr. Zelenaya’s research timeline spans over two decades, starting from her graduate studies in the late 1990s to her current position as a senior research fellow. Over this period, she has continuously contributed to the field through her research, publications, and participation in scientific projects.

Collaborations and Projects

Dr. Zelenaya has been involved in various scientific projects, including the modernization of technological processes in nickel, cobalt, and copper production. She has also collaborated on projects focusing on the development of advanced materials for nuclear reactor fuel rods. These collaborations demonstrate her interdisciplinary approach and her ability to work on diverse scientific endeavors.