Marco Ruggeri | Sustainability sciences | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Marco Ruggeri | Sustainability sciences | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Marco Ruggeri, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Marco Ruggeri is a distinguished lecturer at Sapienza University of Rome, with expertise in biotechnology, sustainable development, and food sciences. Since 2022, he has been teaching courses on sustainable biotechnology, wine and hospitality quality, and food science. Marco earned his Ph.D. in Management, Banking, and Commodity Sciences in 2022 with honors, focusing on reducing losses and waste in the agri-food supply chain using Industry 4.0 technologies. He also holds a Master’s degree in Technology and Innovation Management, graduating cum laude. His previous role includes serving as an adjunct professor of Commodity Science at Tor Vergata University. πŸ‡πŸ“šπŸŒ


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πŸŽ“ Education

Marco Ruggeri holds a Ph.D. in “Management, Banking, and Commodity Sciences” from Sapienza University of Rome (2022), a Master’s Degree in “Technology and Innovation Management” (2017), and a Bachelor’s Degree in “Business Administration” (2014).

🏫 Teaching Activities

Since 2022, he has lectured on courses including “Biotecnologie e Sviluppo Sostenibile,” “Innovazione, QualitΓ  e SostenibilitΓ  nella Filiera del Vino e dell’OspitalitΓ ,” and “Scienze dell’alimentazione” at Sapienza University of Rome. He was also an adjunct professor at Tor Vergata University.

Research Focus

Marco Ruggeri’s research primarily centers on sustainability and environmental impact assessment. He extensively uses Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Costing (LCC) to evaluate the environmental footprints (carbon, water, energy) of various industries. His work spans food waste management, sustainable nutrition, and the reuse of materials, particularly in Industry 4.0 contexts. Additionally, Ruggeri investigates the applications of IoT, AI, and blockchain in enhancing sustainability. His studies contribute to sectors like food production, energy, and smart cities, promoting sustainable practices and innovative solutions. πŸŒπŸ“ŠπŸ½οΈπŸ”‹πŸŒ±


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  • Towards social life cycle assessment of food delivery: findings from the Italian case study
    πŸ“… 2024 | Journal: The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment | DOI: 10.1007/s11367-024-02300-2 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Marco Ruggeri; Mary GiΓ² Zaki; Giuliana Vinci
  • Reuse of Lithium Iron Phosphate (LiFePO4) Batteries from a Life Cycle Assessment Perspective: The Second-Life Case Study
    πŸ“… 2024-05-24 | Journal: Energies | DOI: 10.3390/en17112544 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Vittorio Carobene Arangia; Roberto Ruggieri; Marco Savastano; Marco Ruggeri
  • Assessing the Life Cycle Performance in the Metallurgical Sector: A Case Study in Italy
    πŸ“… 2023-08-30 | Journal: International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.I9702.0812923 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Marco Ruggeri; Carlo Barricella
  • Rice Production Chain: Environmental and Social Impact Assessmentβ€”A Review
    πŸ“… 2023-01-30 | Journal: Agriculture | DOI: 10.3390/agriculture13020340 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Roberto Ruggieri; Marco Ruggeri; Sabrina Antonia Prencipe
  • Sustainability Assessment of Different Extra Virgin Olive Oil Extraction Methods through a Life Cycle Thinking Approach: Challenges and Opportunities in the Elaio-Technical Sector
    πŸ“… 2022-11-25 | Journal: Sustainability | DOI: 10.3390/su142315674 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Donatella Restuccia; Sabrina Antonia Prencipe; Marco Ruggeri; Umile Gianfranco Spizzirri
  • A Comparison of the Mediterranean Diet and Current Food Patterns in Italy: A Life Cycle Thinking Approach for a Sustainable Consumption
    πŸ“… 2022-09-27 | Journal: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health | DOI: 10.3390/ijerph191912274 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Lucia Maddaloni; Sabrina Antonia Prencipe; Marco Ruggeri; Maria Vittoria Di Loreto
  • Quality and Historical Marks of National Interest: The Italian Case Study
    πŸ“… 2022-04 | Journal: Standards | DOI: 10.3390/standards2020009 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Lucia Maddaloni; Sabrina Antonia Prencipe; Marco Ruggeri
  • The Health of the Water Planet: Challenges and Opportunities in the Mediterranean Area. An Overview
    πŸ“… 2021-11-05 | Journal: Earth | DOI: 10.3390/earth2040052 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Lucia Maddaloni; Leo Mancini; Sabrina Antonia Prencipe; Marco Ruggeri; Margherita Tiradritti
  • An Overview of Graphene Based Application
    πŸ“… 2021-06-21 | Book Chapter: New Approaches in Engineering Research Vol. 3 | DOI: 10.9734/bpi/naer/v3/9496d | Cited by:
    Contributor: Marco Ruggeri
  • Sustainable Management of Organic Waste and Recycling for Bioplastics: A LCA Approach for the Italian Case Study
    πŸ“… 2021-06-04 | Journal: Sustainability | DOI: 10.3390/su13116385 | Cited by:
    Contributors: Giuliana Vinci; Roberto Ruggieri; Andrea Billi; Carmine Pagnozzi; Maria Vittoria Di Loreto; Marco Ruggeri


Minseok Ryu | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Minseok Ryu | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr Minseok Ryu, Arizona State University, United States

Dr. Minseok Ryu is an Assistant Professor in the School of Computing and Augmented Intelligence at Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. He holds a Ph.D. in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan and an M.S. and B.S. in Aerospace Engineering from KAIST. Dr. Ryu’s research spans advanced scientific computing, privacy-preserving federated learning, and power system resilience. He has held notable positions at Argonne and Los Alamos National Laboratories and has been recognized by the Department of Energy for his highlighted research. He is a member of prominent societies like INFORMS and IEEE. πŸŒŸπŸ§‘β€πŸ«πŸ”¬

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Her hold a Ph.D. in Industrial and Operations Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, completed in May 2020 πŸŽ“. Prior to this, I earned a Master’s degree in Aerospace Engineering from KAIST in Daejeon, Korea, in February 2014 πŸš€. My academic journey began with a Bachelor’s degree in the same field at KAIST, which I completed in February 2012 ✈️. This extensive background has equipped me with a robust understanding of both industrial systems and aerospace technologies, paving the way for a dynamic and interdisciplinary career πŸ› οΈπŸŒ.

Honors & Awards

In 2024, I had the honor of being an Alliance Fellow with the Mayo Clinic and ASU Alliance for Health Care during their esteemed Faculty Summer Residency program. My research has consistently been recognized, including being highlighted by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research in both 2023 and 2022 🌟. My academic journey has been supported by several prestigious awards, such as the Rackham Graduate Student Research Grant from the University of Michigan in 2016 πŸŽ“ and multiple fellowships in 2015. Additionally, my early academic achievements include the National Science Foundation Student Award πŸ† and recognition from the Government of Korea for outstanding scholarship 🌍.

Employment πŸ’Ό

He is currently an Assistant Professor at Arizona State University (since August 2023), after a tenure as a Postdoctoral Appointee at Argonne National Laboratory from 2020 to 2023.

Research focus

M. Ryu’s research spans privacy-preserving federated learning frameworks, including differential privacy and distributed control of optimal power flow in electric grids. They also contribute to distributionally robust optimization techniques for scheduling and staffing problems, particularly in healthcare and power systems. Their work emphasizes practical algorithms and frameworks (like APPFL) for enhancing privacy and efficiency in distributed systems. Additionally, they explore mitigating uncertain impacts of geomagnetic disturbances on electric grids. Overall, M. Ryu’s research integrates optimization, privacy, and robustness into practical applications across diverse domains. πŸ“ŠπŸ”’

Publication top notes

Data-Driven Distributionally Robust Appointment Scheduling over Wasserstein Balls

APPFL: Open-Source Software Framework for Privacy-Preserving Federated Learning

A Privacy-Preserving Distributed Control of Optimal Power Flow

An extended formulation of the convex recoloring problem on a tree

Nurse Staffing under Absenteeism: A Distributionally Robust Optimization Approach

Differentially private federated learning via inexact ADMM with multiple local updates

Mitigating the Impacts of Uncertain Geomagnetic Disturbances on Electric Grids: A Distributionally Robust Optimization Approach

Algorithms for Mitigating the Effect of Uncertain Geomagnetic Disturbances in Electric Grids

Development of an Engineering Education Framework for Aerodynamic Shape Optimization

Enabling End-to-End Secure Federated Learning in Biomedical Research on Heterogeneous Computing Environments with APPFLx



Ratnakar Dhakate | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

Ratnakar Dhakate | Environmental Science | Best Researcher Award

Dr Ratnakar Dhakate,CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute,India

Dr. Ratnakar Dhakate, a distinguished geophysicist, holds a Ph.D. in Geophysics from Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University. With over three decades at CSIR-National Geophysical Research Institute, he specializes in groundwater exploration and management. Dr. Dhakate has contributed significantly to numerous R&D projects focusing on groundwater sustainability and environmental impact assessments. He is a member of the Society of Earth Scientists and has received prestigious awards like the Rashtriya Gaurav Award and Best Citizen of India Award. Passionate about his field, he continues to lead research in geophysical and hydrogeological investigations. 🌍✨

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Research focus

This individual’s research focus lies predominantly in the interdisciplinary realm of geophysics and hydrogeology, with a keen emphasis on groundwater exploration, development, and management. They specialize in innovating analytical methods, correlating hydrogeological and geophysical parameters, and establishing quantitative relationships for effective groundwater exploration and management. Their extensive experience spans from assessing contaminant migration to designing groundwater management schemes and providing potable water solutions in geologically diverse terrains. Their work contributes significantly to addressing water scarcity challenges and environmental impact assessments, making them a crucial figure in the field of sustainable water resource management. πŸŒŠπŸ”¬

Publication top notes

Appraisal of groundwater quality for drinking and irrigation purposes in Central Telangana, India

Assessment of heavy metal contamination in soils around Balanagar industrial area, Hyderabad, India

Assessment and prediction of contaminant migration in ground water from chromite waste dump

Assessment of groundwater quality for drinking and irrigation use in shallow hard rock aquifer of Pudunagaram, Palaghat District, Kerala

Judging the sources of inferior groundwater quality and health risk problems through intake of groundwater nitrate and fluoride from a rural part of Telangana, India

Impact assessment of chromite mining on groundwater through simulation modeling study in Sukinda chromite mining area, Orissa, India

Heavy metal contamination in groundwater due to mining activities in Sukinda valley, Orissa-A case study

Geomorphological and geophysical approach for locating favorable groundwater zones in granitic terrain, Andhra Pradesh, India

Correlation of vertical electrical sounding and borehole-log data for delineation of saltwater and freshwater aquifers

Geochemical evaluation of groundwater and suitability of groundwater quality for irrigation purpose in an agricultural region of South India

Hydrogeochemical characteristics with respect to fluoride contamination in groundwater of Maheshwarm mandal, RR district, Telangana state, India

Health risk assessment of nitrate and fluoride toxicity in groundwater contamination in the semi-arid area of Medchal, South India

Assessment of trace elements in soils around Zaheerabad Town, Medak District, Andhra Pradesh, India

Estimation of hydraulic parameters from surface geophysical methods, kaliapani ultramafic Complex, Orissa, India

Resolution of freshwater and saline water aquifers by composite geophysical data analysis methods

Multivariate statistical approach for the assessment of fluoride and nitrate concentration in groundwater from Zaheerabad area, Telangana State, India

Application of ERT and GPR for demarcating the saline water intrusion in coastal aquifers of Southern India

Groundwater quality appraisal and its hydrochemical characterization in Ghaziabad (a region of indo-gangetic plain), Uttar Pradesh, India

Heavy metal contamination in sediments of Balanagar industrial area, Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh, India

Hydrochemistry of groundwater (GW) and surface water (SW) for assessment of fluoride in Chinnaeru river basin, Nalgonda district, (AP) India

Njemuwa Nwaji | Energy Storage Award | Excellence in Research

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji | Energy Storage Award | Excellence in Research

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji, Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Polish Academy of Science, Poland

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji is a distinguished chemist with a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Rhodes University, South Africa (2016-2018, awarded April 2019) πŸ§ͺ. She earned her M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Central Lancashire, UK (2012-2013, awarded March 2014) 🏴, and her B.Tech. in Industrial Chemistry from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria (2002-2006, awarded October 2006) 🌍. Dr. Nwaji is proficient in various operating systems and software, including Windows and Mac OS, with expertise in vector graphics and photo editing πŸ–₯️. She is fluent in English and Igbo, with basic knowledge of Korean πŸ‡°πŸ‡·.


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πŸŽ“ Education and Degrees Awarded

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji holds a Ph.D. in Chemistry from Rhodes University, South Africa, completed between 2016 and 2018, and awarded in April 2019 πŸ§ͺ. She earned her M.Sc. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Central Lancashire, UK, from 2012 to 2013, awarded in March 2014 🏴. She also has a B.Tech. in Industrial Chemistry from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri, Nigeria, completed from 2002 to 2006, and awarded in October 2006 🌍.

πŸ§‘β€πŸ« Teaching Experiences

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji served as a Graduate Teaching Assistant at Rhodes University, South Africa, from June 2016 to May 2018. During this time, she contributed significantly to teaching various chemistry courses. For CHE 101 and CHE 102 (General Chemistry), she was part of a team teaching 150 students from diverse backgrounds. She developed practice quizzes and assignments tailored to the course content. In CHE 113, she taught and demonstrated practical experiments for undergraduate students, focusing on organic chemistry lab techniques. Additionally, for CHE 201, she was involved in team teaching a class of 85 students, where she developed and taught topics in spectroscopic methods, and created related quizzes and assignments.

Research Focus

Dr. Njemuwa Nwaji’s research primarily centers on the synthesis and characterization of advanced nanomaterials and their applications in various scientific fields πŸ§ͺ. She has contributed extensively to the development of nanostructures, including biogenic zinc oxide nanoflowers, and their use in photodegradation and as tyrosinase inhibitors . Her work involves exploring the photophysical and nonlinear optical properties of phthalocyanines and their derivatives, particularly in solutions, thin films, and when conjugated to nanoparticles 🌟. Dr. Nwaji also investigates the potential of these materials for photodynamic therapy and photocatalytic wastewater treatment, highlighting her commitment to sustainable and innovative technological solutions 🌍 .

Publication Top Notes

Green synthesis of biogenic zinc oxide nanoflower as dual agent for photodegradation of an organic dye and tyrosinase inhibitor

Corrosion resistance of aluminum against acid activation: Impact of benzothiazole-substituted gallium phthalocyanine

Improved nonlinear optical behaviour of ball type indium (III) phthalocyanine linked to glutathione capped nanoparticles

Low symmetric metallophthalocyanine modified electrode via click chemistry for simultaneous detection of heavy metals

Glycosylated zinc phthalocyanine-gold nanoparticle conjugates for photodynamic therapy: Effect of nanoparticle shape

Photophysicochemical properties and photodynamic therapy activity of chloroindium (III) tetraarylporphyrins and their gold nanoparticle conjugates

Investigation of photophysicochemical properties of zinc phthalocyanines conjugated to metallic nanoparticles

Nonlinear optical dynamics of benzothiazole derivatized phthalocyanines in solution, thin films and when conjugated to nanoparticles

Synthesis, photophysical and nonlinear optical properties of a series of ball-type phthalocyanines in solution and thin films

Synthesis, photophysical and nonlinear optical properties of a series of ball-type phthalocyanines in solution and thin films



Haechong Oh | Environmental Studies Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Haechong Oh | Environmental Studies Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof. Haechong Oh, Department of International Liberal Arts, Minami Kyushu University Junior College, Japan

Prof. Haechong Oh 🌊 is a coastal engineer and environmental scientist with expertise in sediment transport, water quality, and IoT-based monitoring systems. With a Ph.D. from the University of Tokyo, he’s a Professor at Minami Kyushu University Junior College. His research on coastal zone management and SDGs contributes to sustainable development. He’s actively engaged in Tokyo Bay restoration efforts and advises government agencies on policy. 🏞️ Member of prestigious societies, his work bridges academia and practical environmental conservation. 🌱


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Prof. Haechong Oh 🌊 pursued his academic journey in Japan, beginning with a B.A. in Regional Development Studies from Toyo University in 2001. He furthered his education at the prestigious University of Tokyo, earning an M.S. in 2003 and a Ph.D. in 2006 from the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences. His doctoral research focused on environmental analysis of tidal flats and shallow water areas, showcasing his dedication to understanding and preserving coastal environments. 🏞️🌱 The University of Tokyo, often abbreviated as UT, played a significant role in shaping his academic and professional career. πŸŽ“


Work Experience

Prof. Haechong Oh 🌊 has held various academic and research positions over his distinguished career. Since April 2024, he has been a Professor at Minami Kyushu University Junior College, where he previously served as an Associate Professor starting in April 2022. He has been a visiting researcher at Toyo University’s Center for Sustainable Development Studies since 2018 and has lectured at Toyo University in multiple faculties since 2013. His research roles include positions at the National Institute of Fisheries Science and the Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology. He also contributed as a research fellow and project researcher at the University of Tokyo. πŸŽ“πŸŒ±


Professional QualificationΒ 

Prof. Haechong Oh 🌊 holds several professional qualifications that bolster his expertise in environmental studies. He earned certifications in environment and safety, and cold material utilization from the University of Tokyo, valid from June 2006 to May 2009 and June 2013 to September 2018. Additionally, he completed the Radioisotope Training Course (RIX) at UT during the same period. Prof. Oh also attended the 40th Summer Seminar on Hydraulics Engineering hosted by the Japan Society of Civil Engineers in July 2004, enriching his knowledge in hydraulics engineering. πŸ“œπŸŒ± These qualifications underscore his commitment to environmental safety and advanced engineering practices. πŸŒπŸ”¬


Research Focus

Prof. Haechong Oh 🌊 focuses his research on coastal engineering, sediment transport, and environmental restoration. His work examines sediment characteristics and bottom topography changes, as seen in his study on reclaimed land in Sanbanze. Additionally, he investigates radiocesium partition ratios in urban rivers following the Fukushima nuclear accident, reflecting his interest in radiometric dating and water quality. His research integrates field surveys, numerical simulations, and policy recommendations to enhance sustainable development and coastal zone management. πŸžοΈπŸ”¬ His contributions aim to understand and mitigate environmental impacts, ensuring healthier aquatic ecosystems. πŸŒπŸ’§

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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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.


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

Ivo Cabral | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Ivo Cabral | Energy | Best Researcher Award

Student/Researcher, ADAI, Portugal

Ivo Gabriel Morais Cabral is a dynamic figure in the realm of engineering, specializing in mechanical engineering with a focus on energy and sustainability. Graduating with a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Coimbra in 2022, he has garnered recognition through six prestigious awards and distinctions. His journey epitomizes a dedication to advancing engineering solutions for a more sustainable future.



Education πŸŽ“

Ivo Gabriel Morais Cabral completed his Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering with a specialization in Energy and Environment at the University of Coimbra in 2022. His thesis, titled “Development of a heat dissipation system and automatic control for an experimental micro-cogeneration installation based on the Rankine organic cycle,” underscores his commitment to innovative energy solutions.

Experience πŸ’ΌπŸ”

Currently serving as a Researcher at the Association for the Development of Industrial Aerodynamics, Portugal, Cabral’s professional trajectory is marked by a relentless pursuit of excellence in engineering research. His work delves into the intricacies of aerodynamics and industrial applications, aligning with his passion for advancing energy technologies.

Research Interests πŸ“ŠπŸ”¬

Cabral’s research interests revolve around the intersection of engineering, technology, and sustainability. His expertise encompasses topics such as PID and Fuzzy Logic controllers for residential cogeneration systems, as evidenced by his publication in Energy Conversion and Management: X in 2024.

Awards and Distinctions πŸ…πŸŒŸ

Throughout his academic journey, Cabral has been recognized for his outstanding achievements. Awards such as the 3% best students of UC and the Quadro de MΓ©rito – UC underscore his academic prowess and dedication to excellence in engineering.


Daniel Ayejoto | Environmental Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Daniel Ayejoto | Environmental Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Mr. Daniel Ayejoto, Texas Christian University, United States

Daniel Ayejoto is a dedicated environmental scientist pursuing his MSc in Environmental Science at Texas Christian University, USA. With a BSc in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, he specializes in assessing water quality and health risks associated with contaminants. Daniel’s research, spanning Nigeria and China, focuses on groundwater quality, hydrogeochemistry, and environmental remediation. As a Graduate Research Assistant, he contributes to the Hydrogeochemistry Laboratory’s efforts. Daniel’s advocacy work with the New Being Foundation reflects his commitment to community health and sustainable water management. πŸŒπŸ”¬


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πŸ“š Education

Daniel Ayejoto’s academic journey began with a BSc in Industrial Chemistry from the University of Ilorin, Nigeria, where he graduated with Second Class Upper honors, ranking in the top 3%. Currently pursuing an MSc in Environmental Science at Texas Christian University, USA, Daniel’s educational background forms the bedrock of his passion for environmental research.

πŸ”¬ Research Experience

As a Graduate Research Assistant, Daniel has delved into diverse environmental projects, from assessing soil and groundwater samples to investigating water quality variations in wetland parks. His expertise spans hydrogeochemistry, machine learning methods, and biogeochemical soil measurements.

πŸ† Awards and Recognitions

Daniel’s contributions to environmental science have earned him prestigious awards, including the Chinese Government Scholarship and recognition as the Best Researcher. His dedication to advancing knowledge in his field is evident in his funded research projects and publication record.


Daniel’s pursuit of knowledge extends beyond academia, with certifications in Silk Road Engineering Science and Green Technology workshops, enhancing his expertise in sustainable practices and innovative solutions.

Research Focus

Daniel Ayejoto’s research primarily focuses on water quality assessment and health risk analysis in various settings, including rural agricultural provinces, urban areas, and wetland parks. 🌊 His work spans multiple criteria approaches, chemometric methods, and integration of geospatial and statistical tools to evaluate contamination levels and associated health risks. Additionally, he explores the impact of seasonal changes on water resources and investigates connections between climate change, pollution, and human health. Daniel’s research aims to provide comprehensive insights into environmental challenges, guiding effective mitigation strategies for sustainable water management. πŸ’§


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