Innocent Chiluwa | Applied Linguistics Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Innocent Chiluwa | Applied Linguistics Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Innocent Chiluwa, Heriot-Watt University, United Kingdom

Prof. Innocent Chiluwa is a distinguished academic in English and Communication Studies, with 18 years of teaching experience and 7 years as a professor at Covenant University. He has held esteemed positions, including Humboldt Scholar at the University of Freiburg and Research Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Internet Studies in Bochum. His research focuses on discourse analysis, sociolinguistics, and the impact of social media on political participation and activism in Africa. Prof. Chiluwa has led significant projects, such as the Nigeria post-election survey, and is recognized with multiple fellowships and awards for his contributions to the field. πŸŽ“πŸ“šπŸŒ

 

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Academic Qualifications

Prof. Chiluwa earned his PhD in English & Media/Communication Studies from the University of Ibadan in 2005 πŸŽ“. He holds an MA in English (Language) from the University of Lagos (1998) and a BA in English & Literary Studies from the University of Calabar (1996) πŸ“š. His qualifications underpin his extensive teaching and research experience, contributing significantly to his expertise in discourse analysis and sociolinguistics 🧠.

Teaching

Prof. Chiluwa specializes in Discourse and Society and Linguistic/Discourse Pragmatics πŸ“˜. He teaches courses in Critical Discourse Analysis, Pragmatics, Sociolinguistics, and Applied Linguistics. His focus on language use in different sociocultural and political contexts informs his research and teaching approach 🌍. He also teaches Creative Writing, Academic Writing, Speech Writing and Delivery, and Writing for the Mass Media πŸ“œ.

Experience

Prof. Innocent Chiluwa served as a Professor of English and Communication Studies at Covenant University from 2015 to 2022 πŸ“˜. He was a Research Fellow at the Centre for Advanced Internet Studies (CAIS), Bochum, Germany, from 2022 to 2023 🌐. His roles include being a Humboldt Scholar and Visiting Professor at the University of Freiburg during various periods, including 2009-2011 and 2023 πŸ“š. He is currently a Visiting Professor at Loughborough University and in the Languages & Intercultural Studies department (February-July 2024) 🌍.

Awards

Prof. Chiluwa has received numerous fellowships and awards, including a fellowship at CAIS, Bochum, in 2022-2023, focusing on the political participation of African women through social media 🌐. His projects at the University of Freiburg have addressed critical issues such as the #EndSARS protests and herder-farmer conflicts in Nigeria πŸ“’. He has been honored with the Georg Forster Research Fellowship and multiple Humboldt fellowships for his research on online activism and political resistance in Africa πŸ†.

Research Focus

Prof. Innocent Chiluwa’s research focuses on sociolinguistics and discourse analysis, particularly examining the role of social media in shaping discourse and resistance in African contexts πŸ“š. His work delves into various topics such as the #BringBackOurGirls campaign, Biafra online discourses, and representations of conflicts in Nigeria’s media. Through extensive analysis of online platforms like Twitter and Facebook, he uncovers the linguistic and ideological dimensions of contemporary social issues 🌍. Prof. Chiluwa’s research contributes significantly to understanding the intersection of language, technology, and activism in Africa, shedding light on diverse perspectives and voices within digital spaces. 🧠

 

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β€˜War against our Children’: Stance and evaluation in #BringBackOurGirls campaign discourse on Twitter and Facebook πŸ“„ Cited by: 205 πŸ”„ Year: 2015
Social media networks and the discourse of resistance: A sociolinguistic CDA of Biafra online discourses πŸ“„ Cited by: 169 πŸ”„ Year: 2012
Religious vehicle stickers in Nigeria: A discourse of identity, faith and social vision πŸ“„ Cited by: 98 πŸ”„ Year: 2008
Twittering the Boko Haram uprising in Nigeria: Investigating pragmatic acts in the social media πŸ“„ Cited by: 87 πŸ”„ Year: 2013
Radicalist discourse: a study of the stances of Nigeria’s Boko Haram and Somalia’s Al Shabaab on Twitter πŸ“„ Cited by: 68 πŸ”„ Year: 2015
β€˜Deadlier than Boko Haram’: Representations of the Nigerian herder–farmer conflict in the local and foreign press πŸ“„ Cited by: 62 πŸ”„ Year: 2022
Handbook of research on deception, fake news, and misinformation online πŸ“„ Cited by: 62 πŸ”„ Year: 2019
Assessing the Nigerianness of SMS text-messages in English πŸ“„ Cited by: 62 πŸ”„ Year: 2008
Online religion in Nigeria: The internet church and cyber miracles πŸ“„ Cited by: 58 πŸ”„ Year: 2012
A nation divided against itself: Biafra and the conflicting online protest discourses πŸ“„ Cited by: 55 πŸ”„ Year: 2018
Media representation of Nigeria’s joint military task force in the Niger Delta crisis πŸ“„ Cited by: 53 πŸ”„ Year: 2011
The discourse of digital deceptions and β€˜419’ emails πŸ“„ Cited by: 53 πŸ”„ Year: 2009
Labeling and ideology in the press: A Corpus-based critical discourse study of the Niger delta crisis πŸ“„ Cited by: 50 πŸ”„ Year: 2011
News headlines as pragmatic strategy in Nigerian press discourse πŸ“„ Cited by: 46 πŸ”„ Year: 2007
Occupy Nigeria 2012’: A critical analysis of Facebook posts in the fuel subsidy removal protests πŸ“„ Cited by: 43 πŸ”„ Year: 2015
On terrorist attacks in Nigeria: Stance and engagement in conversations on Nairaland πŸ“„ Cited by: 37 πŸ”„ Year: 2016
Nigerian English in informal email messages πŸ“„ Cited by: 35 πŸ”„ Year: 2010
SMS text-messaging and the Nigerian Christian context: Constructing values and sentiments πŸ“„ Cited by: 35 πŸ”„ Year: 2008

 

Parveen Kumar | Solid Earth | Best Innovation Award

Dr. ParveenKumar|Β  Solid Earth | Best Innovation Award

Dr. ParveenKumar ,Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun, India

Dr. Parveen Kumar 🌍 is a distinguished Earth scientist with a Ph.D. from IIT Roorkee (2014). He has extensive research experience, currently serving as Scientist-β€˜D’ at WIHG, Dehradun. Previously, he held positions as Scientist-β€˜C’ and Scientist-β€˜B’ at WIHG. Dr. Kumar is also an honorary Assistant Professor at AcSIR, India. His expertise in geophysics is recognized globally, having conducted significant research funded by the Science and Engineering Research Board, India. He has been awarded the SERB International Research Experience Award and an Alexander von Humboldt Foundation grant. Dr. Kumar has visited the USA and Germany for scholarly exchanges. πŸŒπŸ“š

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Education πŸŽ“

Dr. Parveen Kumar holds a Ph.D. in Earth Sciences from the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee (2014), an M.Tech. in Applied Geophysics from Kurukshetra University (2009), and a Bachelor’s degree from Govt. P.G. College, Karnal (2006), affiliated to KUK.

Professional Experience πŸ’Ό

Dr. Kumar is currently a Scientist-β€˜D’ at WIHG, Dehradun (2023-present). He has previously served as Scientist-β€˜C’ (2018-2022) and Scientist-β€˜B’ (2015-2018) at WIHG.

Teaching Experience πŸ“š

Since 2020, Dr. Kumar has been an honorary Assistant Professor at the Academy of Scientific & Innovative Research (AcSIR), India, teaching Ph.D. scholars and supervising dissertations and trainees.

Research Focus πŸ”

Dr. Parveen Kumar’s research primarily focuses on seismology and geophysics 🌍. He has conducted detailed studies on attenuation characteristics, seismic hazard assessment, and strong ground motion simulation. His work involves the inversion of strong-motion data to understand shear wave attenuation in the Himalayas and modeling seismic events using semi-empirical techniques. Dr. Kumar’s research also includes assessing coseismic landslide hazards and investigating the spatial variability of attenuation in the Himalayan region. His contributions significantly enhance the understanding of seismic risks and earthquake preparedness, particularly in the Kumaon and Garhwal regions of India. πŸ“ŠπŸ—ΊοΈ

 

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Alexey Cherezov | Nuclear engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Alexey Cherezov | Nuclear engineering Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Alexey Cherezov, Paul Scherrer Institute, Switzerland

Dr. Alexey Cherezov is a tenure-track scientist at the Paul Scherrer Institut in Switzerland. He specializes in reactor physics and thermal-hydraulics, previously holding positions at UNIST and Seoul National University in South Korea. Dr. Cherezov earned his Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences from Moscow Engineering Physics Institute (MEPhI), Russia. His research focuses on high-fidelity multi-physics code development for nuclear reactors, earning several prestigious grants and awards, including best presentations at major conferences. Fluent in Russian and proficient in English, Dr. Cherezov is dedicated to advancing nuclear safety and performance analysis. πŸŒπŸ”¬πŸ“š

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Education

He earned his Ph.D. in Physical and Mathematical Sciences from MEPhI in 2011, focusing on a spectral projection method for reactor core safety analysis. He also holds an M.Sc./B.Sc. in Nuclear Reactor and Power Plant Engineering from MEPhI, completed in 2008. πŸŽ“

Teaching Experience

He has extensive teaching experience, supervising numerous master projects and lecturing on nuclear reactor theory and numerical methods for reactor simulation at institutions like SNU and MEPhI. πŸ“š

Awards

Cherezov has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and conference proceedings, contributing significantly to nuclear reactor simulation and safety analysis. He has also been recognized for his work with several awards, including best presentation accolades at conferences like Neutronics-2013 and MEPhI-2011. πŸ†

Research Focus

Alexey Cherezov specializes in nuclear reactor physics, focusing on computational methods for reactor core analysis and safety simulations. His research includes developing high-fidelity multi-physics codes for transient and steady-state analysis of nuclear reactors, employing low-precision arithmetic and nonlinear acceleration algorithms to enhance computational efficiency. πŸ§‘β€πŸ”¬ His work also involves machine learning for spent fuel decay heat measurements, uncertainty quantification in reactor simulations, and innovative methods like spectral projection and reduced-basis element methods for reactor calculations. Cherezov’s contributions aim to improve the accuracy and reliability of nuclear reactor simulations. πŸš€

Sajjad Hussain | Remote sensing Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Sajjad Hussain | Remote sensing Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Sajjad Hussain, COMSATS University Islamabad, Pakistan

🌍 Mr. Sajjad Hussain is a PhD student in Environmental Sciences at COMSATS University Islamabad, Vehari Campus (2023-2026). With a strong academic foundation, he holds an MS in Environmental Science (CGPA 3.43/4), an MEd in Science Education, and an MSc in Mathematics (CGPA 3.53/4). His research focuses on land use and climate change in Southern Punjab. Proficient in GIS software and data analysis, he has published extensively in high-impact journals. His notable works include studies on land cover changes, groundwater quality, and urban growth predictions. πŸŒΏπŸ“Š

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Academic Qualification

🌟 Mr. Sajjad Hussain is currently pursuing a PhD in Environmental Sciences (2023-2026) at COMSATS University Islamabad, Vehari Campus. He holds an MS in Environmental Science (CGPA 3.43/4) from the same institution (2017-2019) and an MEd in Science Education (65%) from Alama Iqbal Open University Islamabad (2019-2020). His academic journey also includes an MSc in Mathematics (CGPA 3.53/4) from Government College University Faisalabad (2014-2016), a BSc in Physics and Double Math (70.37%) from Government Postgraduate College Burewala (2012-2014), and an FSc in Pre-Engineering (64.45%) from the same college (2010-2012). He began his educational path with a Matriculation in Science (86.19%) from Government High School Machianwala District Vehari (2008-2010). πŸŽ“πŸ“šβœ¨

 

πŸ“š Research Focus

Mr. Sajjad Hussain’s research primarily focuses on environmental sciences with a particular emphasis on land use and land cover (LULC) changes, climate change, and sustainable agriculture. His studies utilize Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remote sensing techniques to analyze environmental transformations over time, especially in various regions of Pakistan. His notable works include assessing the impact of LULC on land surface temperature, monitoring vegetation cover dynamics, and evaluating water use efficiency in agriculture. Hussain’s interdisciplinary approach integrates environmental science, geospatial technology, and sustainable agricultural practices. πŸŒ±πŸ›°οΈπŸ“ˆ

 

πŸ“š Publications

  1. Using GIS tools to detect the land use/land cover changes during forty years in Lodhran District of Pakistan – Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 2020. Cited by: 233 🌍
  2. Fate of organic and inorganic pollutants in paddy soils – Environmental pollution of paddy soils, 2018. Cited by: 187 🌾
  3. Land use/land cover changes and their impact on land surface temperature using remote sensing technique in district Khanewal, Punjab Pakistan – Geology, Ecology, and Landscapes, 2023. Cited by: 94 🌑️
  4. Study of land cover/land use changes using RS and GIS: a case study of Multan district, Pakistan – Environmental monitoring and assessment, 2020. Cited by: 89 πŸ›°οΈ
  5. Improving water use efficiency in agronomic crop production – Agronomic Crops: Volume 2: Management Practices, 2019. Cited by: 88 πŸ’§
  6. Spatiotemporal variation in land use land cover in the response to local climate change using multispectral remote sensing data – Land, 2022. Cited by: 82 πŸ“…
  7. Land use and land cover (LULC) change analysis using TM, ETM+ and OLI Landsat images in district of Okara, Punjab, Pakistan – Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, 2022. Cited by: 75 🌎
  8. Monitoring of land use–land cover change and potential causal factors of climate change in Jhelum district, Punjab, Pakistan, through GIS and multi-temporal satellite data – Land, 2021. Cited by: 75 πŸ”
  9. Monitoring the dynamic changes in vegetation cover using spatio-temporal remote sensing data from 1984 to 2020 – Atmosphere, 2022. Cited by: 49 πŸ“ˆ
  10. Effect of plant growth promoting bacteria and drought on spring maize (Zea mays L.) – Pak. J. Bot, 2021. Cited by: 46 🌽

Marsy Asindu | Food Economics Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Marsy Asindu | Food Economics Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Marsy Asindu, International Livestock Research Institute, Uganda

Marsy Asindu is a seasoned Agricultural Economist and Senior Scientist at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). With expertise in impact evaluation and agricultural policy, she contributes significantly to research on food security and poverty alleviation in Uganda. 🌾 Her work focuses on designing protocols for systems modeling and assessing policy impacts, particularly in livestock value chains. Dr. Ouma is dedicated to bridging research and policy, collaborating with stakeholders to develop One Health strategies in the East African Region. She holds a PhD and is actively involved in numerous professional associations. 🌍

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Education

Marsy Asindu’s academic journey reflects a steadfast commitment to agricultural economics and management. πŸŽ“ Starting with a Bachelor of Vocational Studies in Agriculture with Education from Kyambogo University, she laid the foundation for her career in 2011. Building upon this, she pursued a Master of Agribusiness Management at Makerere University, Kampala, in 2019. Her pursuit of excellence continued with a Post Graduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from the Uganda Management Institute in 2020. Finally, culminating her educational odyssey, Marsy earned her Doctor of Philosophy in Agricultural Economics from Christian-Albrechts-UniversitΓ€t zu Kiel, Germany, in January 2024, marking a pinnacle of academic achievement. 🌟

 

Work Experience

Marsy Asindu’s career embodies a dedication to agricultural research and development, with impactful roles at renowned organizations. 🌱 At the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), as a Research Fellow since January 2020, Marsy spearheads ex-ante impact assessments on Rift Valley fever, offering insights into food security and poverty across the livestock value chain. πŸ“Š Previously, as an M&E Research Consultant at the Alliance of Bioversity International and CIAT, she contributed to transformative projects, leveraging her expertise in experimental design and policy research to promote sustainable food systems. Her tenure at the Norwegian Refugee Council and International Potato Center underscores her commitment to community-driven solutions and research excellence. 🌍

 

Research Focus

Marsy Asindu’s research focus lies at the intersection of agricultural economics and sustainable development, with a particular emphasis on enhancing food security and livelihoods in Uganda. 🌾 Her contributions span various domains, including assessing consumer demand for genetically modified crops, exploring market dynamics in value chains like sweet potato and banana, and investigating innovative solutions to address post-harvest losses. Through her work, Marsy actively engages in addressing pressing challenges facing smallholder farmers, leveraging her expertise to inform evidence-based policies and interventions that promote resilience and sustainability in agricultural systems. 🌱

 

Abdul Ghaffar | Hydrology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar | Hydrology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science and Technology, Pakistan

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar is an accomplished hydrologist with expertise in isotopic applications for groundwater research. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Saga University, Japan. With over two decades of experience, he has led projects at Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology. Currently heading the Isotope Hydrology Group, his work focuses on groundwater dynamics, pollutants migration, and developing analytical tools for hydrological conservation. Dr. Ghaffar has contributed significantly to national and international hydrological projects, emphasizing groundwater resource management. Passionate about teaching, he educates researchers on isotopic techniques. πŸŒŠπŸ”¬πŸŒ

 

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Education

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar’s academic journey reflects a commitment to understanding and preserving our environment. He earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry from Saga University, Japan, focusing on environmental processes. Prior, he completed his M.Sc. and B.Sc. in Chemistry from the University of The Punjab, Lahore, and his F.Sc. and Matric from Govt. Islamia College, Lahore, emphasizing pre-medical and science. This diverse background prepared him for his role as a hydrologist, where he utilizes his multidisciplinary knowledge to address pressing issues in groundwater dynamics and pollution. Dr. Ghaffar’s educational path embodies a dedication to scientific exploration and environmental stewardship. πŸ“šπŸŒΏπŸ”¬

 

Experience

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar’s professional journey spans over two decades, marked by significant contributions in environmental management and hydrology. Beginning as Head of the Effluent Treatment Plant at Askari Chemical Plants, his responsibilities included overseeing the treatment of organic toxicants, ensuring effluent quality, and monitoring groundwater impact. Transitioning to the Pakistan Institute of Nuclear Science & Technology, he assumed leadership roles in isotopic applications for hydrology. As Head of the Isotope Hydrology Group, he leads projects on groundwater recharge, pollutants migration, and seawater intrusion exploration. Dr. Ghaffar’s expertise in isotopic and geochemical tools drives conservation efforts and informs national hydrological projects, while his passion for teaching fosters knowledge dissemination. πŸŒŠπŸ”¬πŸŒ±

 

Awards

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar’s excellence has been consistently acknowledged through prestigious awards and accolades. His academic prowess was recognized with a Gold Medal in M.Sc Chemistry from Punjab University. Notably, his technical expertise and contributions to Pakistan’s nuclear program earned him the esteemed PAEC Best Performance Award in 2018. Serving as a visiting faculty at Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) since 2018, he enriches the academic landscape. Additionally, his dedication to research was lauded with the Certificate of Best Researcher during his Ph.D. studies at Saga University, Japan. These honors illuminate his commitment to advancing knowledge and expertise in hydrology. πŸ…πŸ”¬πŸŒŸ

 

Research Focus

Dr. Abdul Ghaffar’s research primarily focuses on environmental chemistry and pollution remediation, with a special emphasis on heavy metal pollution in marine sediments and industrial wastewater. 🌊 His work spans diverse areas such as geochemical assessment of metal concentrations, optimization of agricultural practices for improved yield and quality, and the development of novel methods for the removal of heavy metals from aqueous solutions. His contributions extend to areas like molecular characterization of viruses and physical properties of materials for energy harvesting devices, reflecting his interdisciplinary approach to addressing environmental and agricultural challenges. 🌱

Radhakrishnan Bheeman | Differential Equation Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman | Differential Equation Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman, PSG COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY, India

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman is a dedicated mathematician specializing in nonlinear systems and differential equations. With a Ph.D. from Bharathiar University, he’s renowned for his expertise in controllability studies. πŸ“š He has garnered recognition including a Best Paper Award at ICCDMMS-2014 and the Shri PK Das Memorial Best Faculty Award. πŸ† As a mentor, he has guided doctoral students and led research projects funded by prestigious organizations like CSIR and TNSCST-RFRS. Dr. Bheeman is a valued member of mathematical societies, contributing significantly to the field’s advancement. 🌟

 

Education

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman’s academic journey is marked by excellence and dedication to mathematics. He obtained his Ph.D. in Mathematics from Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, delving into the intricate realm of nonlinear neutral impulsive integrodifferential evolution systems in Banach spaces. πŸŽ“ Prior to this, his M.Phil. research explored the inverse problem for parabolic integrodifferential equations, showcasing his profound understanding of mathematical complexities. πŸ“š His stellar academic record includes an M.Sc. in Mathematics with an impressive 82.2% from Bharathiar University and a B.Sc. in Mathematics from Govt. Arts College, Ooty, where he achieved 83.7%. 🌟

 

Awards

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman’s academic prowess has been consistently recognized through prestigious awards. πŸ† He was granted the RFSMS (JRF) by U.G.C. from Feb 2010 to Dec 2011, showcasing his early potential in research at Bharathiar University, Coimbatore. His research excellence was further acknowledged with the BEST PAPER AWARD at ICCDMMS-2014, held at Calcutta Mathematical Society. πŸ“ In addition, he was honored with the Shri PK Das Memorial Best Faculty Award in Mathematics under the Junior Category at Nehru Group of Institutions, Coimbatore, during 2017-2018, highlighting his significant contributions to academia. 🌟

 

Research Focus

Dr. Radhakrishnan Bheeman’s research focus encompasses the intricate realms of nonlinear systems and integrodifferential equations, with a particular emphasis on controllability and impulsive dynamics. 🧠 His extensive body of work spans various domains, including neutral evolution integrodifferential systems, fractional goal programming, and quasilinear random impulsive differential equations. Through meticulous investigation and innovative methodologies, he has contributed significantly to mathematical optimization and control theory. Dr. Bheeman’s dedication to unraveling complex mathematical phenomena has earned him recognition and citations, solidifying his position as a leading authority in the field of applied mathematics. 🌟

Sina Moghadasi | Automotive Systems Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Sina Moghadasi | Automotive Systems Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Sina Moghadasi, University of Alberta, Canada

Sina Moghadasi, a Ph.D. candidate in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta, specializes in hybrid electric vehicles and nonlinear control. With a focus on heavy-duty trucks, his research integrates low-carbon emission engines like natural gas and hydrogen. As a recipient of prestigious research awards, including from Mitacs and NSERC, Sina collaborates with industry leaders such as Westport Power Inc. His work has been published in reputable journals and presented at conferences. With a background in R&D engineering and teaching assistance, Sina brings a wealth of expertise to his field. πŸš›πŸ”‹

 

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Education and professional development

Sina Moghadasi’s academic journey showcases a relentless pursuit of excellence in mechanical engineering and sustainable transportation. Currently a Ph.D. student at the University of Alberta’s Energy Mechatronics Lab, his research focuses on hybridizing and designing system-level solutions for class 8 heavy-duty trucks, integrating low-carbon emission engines like natural gas and hydrogen. His outstanding academic performance, with a GPA of 3.9/4, is complemented by prestigious awards such as the Mitacs Accelerate collaborative research award and NSERC collaborative research agreement. With a Master’s degree from K. N. Toosi University of Technology and a Bachelor’s from Iran University of Science and Technology, his expertise spans optimal energy management in hybrid-fuel cell vehicles and dynamic modeling. πŸ“šπŸ”§

 

Work experience

Sina Moghadasi’s career journey reflects a deep commitment to advancing sustainable transportation solutions. Currently serving as a Graduate Research Assistant Fellow at the University of Alberta’s Energy Mechatronics Lab, under the guidance of Dr. Mahdi Shahbakhti and in collaboration with Westport Fuel Inc., he focuses on hybridizing heavy-duty trucks. This initiative aims at decarbonizing the HD transportation sector by integrating low-carbon fuels like natural gas and hydrogen with full powertrain hybridization, thus contributing to environmental sustainability. His prior roles as a Teaching Assistant at the University of Alberta and as an R&D Engineer at the Vehicle Fuel and Environment Research Institution in Tehran further underscore his dedication to fostering innovation and education in the field. πŸššπŸ”¬

Research Focus

Sina Moghadasi’s research spans various facets of sustainable transportation, particularly focusing on advancing the efficiency and performance of heavy-duty vehicles. His work delves into hybrid electric systems, nonlinear energy management, and the integration of low-carbon emission engines like natural gas and hydrogen. With a keen interest in real-time predictive control and system optimization, he contributes significantly to the decarbonization efforts in the automotive sector. Moghadasi’s expertise lies at the intersection of mechanical engineering, energy systems, and vehicle dynamics, driving innovation toward greener and more efficient transportation solutions. πŸš›βš‘

 

 

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πŸ“šA real-time nonlinear CRPE predictive PHEV energy management system design and HIL evaluationΒ by A. Taghavipour and S. Moghadasi cited by 15 in 2020.
πŸ“š Advances in Vehicle and Powertrain Efficiency of Long-Haul Commercial Vehicles: A Review by N. Balazadeh Meresht, S. Moghadasi, S. Munshi, M. Shahbakhti, cited by 11 in 2023.
πŸ“š”Real-time nonlinear model predictive energy management system for a fuel-cell hybrid vehicle by S. Moghadasi, A. K. Anaraki, A. Taghavipour, A. H. Shamekhi, cited by 5 in 2019.
πŸ“š Model predictive control using machine learning for voltage control of a pem fuel cell stackby S. Moghadasi, A. Salahi, H. Borhan, C. R. Koch, M. Shahbakhti, cited by 1 in 2023.

Mamoudou Hamadou | Metabolic diseases Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Mamoudou Hamadou | Metabolic diseases Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Mamoudou Hamadou, University of Maroua, Cameroon

Dr. Mamoudou Hamadou is a distinguished biochemist specializing in microbial and enzymatic biotechnologies. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Maroua, Cameroon (2019-2023), under the guidance of Pr. Mune M. Alain Martin. Dr. Hamadou also holds a Master’s in Engineering in Environmental Sciences from ENSPM (2017-2019) and a Master’s in Biochemistry (2016-2018). His academic journey began with a Bachelor’s in Applied Biochemistry (2013-2016). Notable for his extensive research and teaching experience, he has completed fellowships and online training in various environmental and biotechnological fields. Dr. Hamadou’s passion for science and education is evident in his active engagement in both academic and practical applications πŸŒ±πŸ”¬.

 

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Education

Dr. Mamoudou Hamadou is a renowned biochemist who completed his Ph.D. at the University of Maroua, Cameroon (2019-2023), specializing in Biochemistry and Microbial and Enzymatic Biotechnologies under Pr. Mune M. Alain Martin. He holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering from the National Advanced School of Engineering of Maroua (2017-2019), focusing on Environmental Sciences, supervised by Pr. Nganso Yves O.D. Additionally, he earned a Master’s Degree in Biochemistry from the University of Maroua (2016-2018) with Dr. Bakari Daoudou. His academic foundation includes a Bachelor’s in Applied Biochemistry (2013-2016), a Baccalaureate from Abou Daoud Private Islamic College (2012-2013), and earlier education at KakatarΓ© I Public Primary School πŸŒπŸ”¬πŸ“š.

 

Research Focus

Dr. Mamoudou Hamadou focuses on research in biochemistry, particularly microbial and enzymatic biotechnologies. His work spans various applications including the prevention of type II diabetes and cardiometabolic diseases through underutilized grain legumes, microbial growth models, and antimicrobial activities of plant extracts. He also explores environmental sciences, investigating microbial pollution, biosorption techniques for heavy metal remediation, and the impact of nutritional education on health. Dr. Hamadou’s multidisciplinary approach integrates biochemistry, microbiology, and environmental sciences to address significant health and environmental challenges πŸŒ±πŸ”¬πŸŒ.

 

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  1. Consumption of underutilised grain legumes and the prevention of type II diabetes and cardiometabolic diseases: Evidence from field investigation and physicochemical analysesM Hamadou, MMM Alain, FV Obadias, MZ Hashmi, B Başaran, BJ Paul, …Environmental Challenges 9, 100621Cited by 82022 πŸŒΎπŸ«€
  2. Analysis of Microbial Growth Models for Microorganisms in Chicken Manure DigesterAM Abubakar, Z Soltanifar, Y Luka, EW Udoh, M HamadouInternational Journal of Research in Science &Amp, 1-24Cited by 62021 πŸ”πŸ¦ 
  3. Inhibitory Effect of Methanolic and Methanolic-Aqueous Mixture Extract of Leaves of Plectranthus neochilus Schltr (Lamiaceae) and Bauhinia rufescens Lam (Fabaceae) on Two …M Hamadou, B Daoudou, B Martin-Paul, S Mohamadou, DD RogerJournal of Advances in Microbiology 20 (7), 11-20Cited by 52020 πŸƒπŸ”¬
  4. Inhibitory Effect and Antimicrobial Activity of Secondary Metabolites ofΒ Khaya SenegalensisΒ (Desr.) A. Juss. (Meliaceae)YOD Nganso, EMS Tchana, AD Kahouo, K Abah, H Fomena, …Science Journal of Chemistry 12 (2), 81-94Cited by 32020 🌳🦠
  5. Identification of peptides in the leaves of Bauhinia rufescens Lam (Fabaceae) and evaluation of their antimicrobial activities against pathogens for aquacultureYOD Nganso, LS Sidjui, A Amang, AD Kahouo, K Abah, H Fomena, …Science 8 (4), 81-91Cited by 32020 🐟🦠
  6. Antiplasmodial and Antileishmanial Activities of a New Limonoid and Other Constituents from the Stem Bark ofΒ Khaya senegalensisGA Amang Γ  Ngnoung, YO Nganso Ditchou, PB Leutcha, D Dize, …Molecules 28 (20), 7227Cited by 22023 🌿🦟
  7. miR-4716–3p and the target AKT2 Gene/rs2304186 SNP are associated with blood cancer pathogenesis in Pakistani populationJO Nandwa, A Mehmood, I Mahjabeen, KY Raheem, M Hamadou, …Non-coding RNA Research 9 (3), 695-7032024 🧬🩸
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Gibson Ofremu | Environmental Sustainability Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Gibson Ofremu | Environmental Sustainability Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Gibson Ofremu, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States

Gibson Ofremu is a seasoned energy professional with over 7 years of experience in geoscience, sustainability, climate change, and environmental management. His expertise spans geothermal energy, CCUS, GHG accounting, and ESG reporting. Gibson has managed and supported over 20 global projects, delivering them safely, on time, and cost-effectively. He holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Management and Sustainability from Illinois Institute of Technology and an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Geoscience. Passionate about reducing carbon emissions, Gibson aims to align energy sector operations with sustainable practices for a greener future. 🌱🌐

 

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Education

Gibson Ofremu holds an M.Sc. in Environmental Management and Sustainability from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, graduating with a 3.90 GPA in December 2023 🌟. His thesis focused on ESG accounting and carbon management in the auto collision sector. He earned an Advanced Postgraduate Diploma in Petroleum Geoscience from the Laser Petroleum Geoscience Centre, Nigeria, with a GPA of 4.74 in February 2018 πŸ“Š, where his thesis explored 3D static modeling and reservoir characterization. Gibson also holds a B.Sc. in Geology from the University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria, achieving a 3.54 GPA in March 2012 πŸ“š, with a thesis on the structural analysis of amphibolite schist.

Work Experience

Gibson Ofremu is an experienced sustainability specialist currently at Caliber Collision USA, where he leads GHG emissions analysis and ESG performance improvements 🌿. He previously worked at Baumann Consulting as a commissioning, sustainability, and energy engineer, optimizing building performance and supporting ESG reporting 🌱. At Narag Energy Solution, he served as Lead Petrophysicist, conducting reservoir studies and enhancing CCUS projects. Gibson also contributed to Chevron Nigeria’s drilling operations, significantly boosting reserves πŸ’§. His journey includes impactful roles in geoscience and sustainability, reflecting his dedication to advancing sustainable energy practices worldwide 🌍.

 

Research Focus

Gibson Ofremu’s research focuses on the intricate relationships between climate change, air pollutants, and human health πŸŒπŸ’¨. His work, as exemplified by the paper “Exploring the Relationship between Climate Change, Air Pollutants, and Human Health: Impacts, Adaptation, and Mitigation Strategies,” delves into the environmental and health impacts of climate change and air pollution. He investigates adaptation and mitigation strategies to address these challenges, aiming to improve both environmental quality and public health 🌱🩺. Gibson’s research is pivotal in developing sustainable solutions that reduce harmful emissions and enhance resilience against climate-related health risks πŸŒ‘οΈπŸ’š.

 

Publication Top Note

Exploring the Relationship between Climate Change, Air Pollutants and Human Health: Impacts, Adaptation, and Mitigation Strategies