Yang Gao | Advanced Functional Materials | Outstanding Scientist Award

Prof. Yang Gao | Advanced Functional Materials | Outstanding Scientist Award

Prof. Yang Gao, China Agricultural University, China

🌟 Prof. Yang Gao is a distinguished scholar at China Agricultural University, specializing in elasticity and defects in quasicrystalline materials. With a B.S. from Beijing University of Technology and M.S. and Ph.D. from Peking University, he has made significant contributions to multi-physics phenomena interaction. As a Humboldt scholar and visiting professor at prestigious institutions worldwide, including Harvard and Columbia University, his research spans over 200 journal papers. Prof. Gao’s pioneering work includes developing accurate quasicrystalline beam and plate theories and optimizing material design for reliability and durability. He has received numerous awards, including the Humboldt Fellowship and Natural Science Awards. 🏆


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Research Focus

🔬 Prof. Yang Gao’s research focus lies in the intricate realm of quasicrystalline materials, particularly exploring their mechanical and physical behavior. With pioneering work in elasticity and defects, he has developed theoretical models and exact solutions for various problems in quasicrystal media. Prof. Gao’s investigations encompass multi-physics phenomena, including damage and failure analysis, reliability, and durability optimization. His contributions span from exact solutions for multilayered quasicrystal plates to the refinement of beam and plate theories. Through over 200 journal papers and numerous awards, he continues to advance understanding in this complex field, shedding light on the properties and applications of quasicrystals. 🌐


Tabti Salima | Organometallique | Best Scholar Award

Ms. Tabti Salima | Organometallique | Best Scholar Award

Ms. Tabti Salima, UBBA,Algeria

Salima Tabti, MCA, is an esteemed educator and researcher in chemistry at the University Mohamed el Bachir el Ibrahimi, Bordj BouArreridj. With a specialization in heterocyclic compounds, her work spans synthesis, electrochemical, and catalytic studies. Notable publications include novel Schiff base derivatives and corrosion inhibitor research. Her expertise extends to computational chemistry, crystallography, and anticancer properties of chemical compounds. Dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge, Tabti’s contributions have enriched the field of chemistry 🧪.


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Academic Background

Salima Tabti earned her Habilitation universitaire in 2018, specializing in chemistry. Holding the grade of MCA, she serves as an educator at the University Mohamed el Bachir el Ibrahimi, Bordj BouArreridj.

Research Focus

Salima Tabti’s research focus primarily revolves around the synthesis, characterization, and application of various chemical compounds, particularly in corrosion inhibition and catalysis. She explores the molecular structures and properties of diverse compounds, ranging from chalcone derivatives to pyran compounds, utilizing techniques such as X-ray crystallography, electrochemistry, and computational studies. Through her investigations, she aims to contribute to the development of new materials and methodologies in the field of chemistry 🧪, with a special emphasis on addressing corrosion challenges and advancing catalytic processes for various applications.


Publication Top Notes

  1. Performance and computational studies of two soluble pyran derivatives as corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in HCl 📝 Cited by: 92, Year: 2019
  2. New Cu (II), Co (II) and Ni (II) complexes of chalcone derivatives: Synthesis, X-ray crystal structure, electrochemical properties and DFT computational studies 📝 Cited by: 36, Year: 2018
  3. Synthesis, X-ray crystal structures and catecholase activity investigation of new chalcone ligands 📝 Cited by: 20, Year: 2015
  4. Crystal interactions, computational, spectral and thermal analysis of (E)-N’-(thiophen-2-ylmethylene) isonicotinohydrazide as ONS-tridentate schiff base ligand 📝 Cited by: 17, Year: 2019
  5. Anti-corrosion performance of pyran-2-one derivatives for mild steel in acidic medium: electrochemical and theoretical study 📝 Cited by: 10, Year: 2021
  6. Synthesis, X-ray crystal structures, electrochemistry and theoretical investigation of a tetradentate nickel and copper Schiff base complexes 📝 Cited by: 8, Year: 2017
  7. Crystal structure and DFT study of the zwitterionic form of 3-{(E)-1-[(4-ethoxyphenyl) iminiumyl] ethyl}-6-methyl-2-oxo-2H-pyran-4-olate 📝 Cited by: 7, Year: 2018
  8. Synthesis of novel bi-Zwitterion Schiff base derivate from 4‑hydroxy-2H-pyran-2-one: DFT/HSA-interactions, thermal, physicochemical, TD-DFT and optical activity 📝 Year: 2024
  9. Spectral, crystal structure of novel Pyran-2-one Zwitterion Schiff derivative: thermal, Physicochemical, DFT/HSA-interactions, enol↔ imine tautomerization and anticancer activity 📝 Year: 2024
  10. The study of a new pyran compound in two distinct environments: 0.5 M H2SO4 and 1.0 M HCl as inhibitor and combines experimental evaluations with computational analytics 📝 Year: 2023


Nagavendra Kommineni | Pharmacology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nagavendra Kommineni | Pharmacology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Nagavendra Kommineni, Center for Biomedical Research, Population Council, United States

Dr. Nagavendra Kommineni, Ph.D., is a pharmaceutical scientist specializing in formulation development 🧪. With a background from NIPER-Hyderabad, India, he has expertise in designing innovative drug formulations, particularly in topical and transdermal delivery systems 🩺. His work spans nanoparticle-based platforms and sterile manufacturing processes for injectables. Currently a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in New York, he focuses on translational formulations for sexual and reproductive health, including freeze-dried protein formulations and fast-dissolving tablets 🌱. Dr. Kommineni is adept in analytical techniques and actively contributes to GLP and GMP manufacturing standards.


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Dr. Nagavendra Kommineni holds a Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical Sciences from NIPER-Hyderabad, India (2015-2019). He also earned an M.S (Pharm) in Pharmaceutical Sciences (2012-2014) and a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree from Bapatla College of Pharmacy, India (2008-2012).

Work Experience 🏥

As a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in New York, he pioneers translational formulations for sexual and reproductive health, overseeing formulation development, GLP toxicity studies, and GMP manufacturing. He leads projects on freeze-dried protein formulations and fast-dissolving tablets for HIV and contraception.


Research Focus

Dr. Nagavendra Kommineni’s research primarily focuses on advanced drug delivery systems 🚀, particularly liposomal formulations, nanocarriers, and depot microspheres for targeted therapy. He explores the potential of exosomes and dendrimers in drug delivery, aiming to enhance therapeutic efficacy while minimizing side effects 🎯. His investigations extend to the development of novel formulations for cancer therapy, psoriasis treatment, and overcoming drug resistance in diseases like breast cancer. Through his work, Dr. Kommineni contributes significantly to the advancement of pharmaceutical science, with a particular emphasis on improving patient outcomes through innovative delivery strategies.


Rainer Feldbacher | History and Archaeology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Rainer Feldbacher | History and Archaeology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Rainer Feldbacher, Capital Normal University, Austria

🌍 Dr. Rainer Feldbacher, a multilingual scholar, earned his Doctorate in Near Eastern Archaeology and Semitic Philology from the University of Vienna. With expertise spanning ancient civilizations and languages, including Latin, Greek, and Akkadian, he has led numerous research projects worldwide. His diverse career includes roles as a distinguished associate professor, high school teacher, and project leader, focusing on cultural heritage and protection. Feldbacher’s dedication extends to fieldwork, IT proficiency, and international collaborations, reflecting his commitment to bridging cultures and advancing scholarly understanding. As an editor for academic publications and a seasoned interpreter, he continues to enrich the global dialogue on ancient civilizations.


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Dr. Rainer Feldbacher pursued a diverse academic journey, earning a Matriculation Examination Certificate from Secondary School III Salzburg in 1995. His thirst for knowledge led him to undertake doctoral studies at the University of Vienna, focusing on Near Eastern Archaeology and Semitic Philology, culminating in a thesis exploring multicultural relations in Tell el cAjjul during the Bronze Age. Prior to his doctoral studies, he delved into Ancient History, Papyrology, and Epigraphy, along with other disciplines, laying a robust foundation for his scholarly pursuits.

Research Focus

🔍 Dr. Rainer Feldbacher’s research focus spans a wide range of interdisciplinary subjects within archaeology, history, and cultural studies. He has a particular interest in exploring interregional contacts in antiquity, as evidenced by his contributions to publications such as “Connected Worlds – Interregional Contacts in Antiquity.” Additionally, Feldbacher delves into topics related to heritage preservation, nomadic lifestyles, and the Silk Road network, as showcased in his works like “Ancient Koguryŏ’s heritage around Ji’an” and “Netzwerk Seidenstraße.” His research often intersects with themes of sustainability, cultural exchange, and societal dynamics, providing valuable insights into ancient civilizations and their enduring legacies.


Publication Top Notes 

Sustainability in antiquity using (the example of) water in the Eurasian region in the form of karez / qanat

Ancient Koguryŏ’s heritage around Ji’an: past and current interpretations

Breve historia de la Ruta de la Seda

“Challenging the World”

“Back to the Routes” – Kyrgyzstan’s Renewal of the Nomadic Life Style

Netzwerk Seidenstraße

Women´s exclusion in Ancient Near Eastern society and their continuation in Abrahamitic religions




Adewale Adeoti | Crop Entomology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Adewale Adeoti | Crop Entomology Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Adewale Adeoti, Africa Rice Center,Nigeria

Dr. Adewale Opeyemi Adeoti, a Nigerian entomologist born on February 19, 1987, in Abeokuta, Ogun State, holds a Ph.D. in Entomology from the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. Currently serving as a Research Associate at the Africa Rice Centre in Ibadan, he specializes in integrated pest management, with a focus on controlling insect pests affecting crops like rice and cucumber. With a passion for research and extensive experience in academia and agricultural institutions, Dr. Adeoti contributes significantly to sustainable agriculture 🌱. He enjoys football and networking in his spare time.


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Education and Academic Achievements 📚

Adeoti’s educational journey began at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, where he earned a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Crop Protection before obtaining his Ph.D. in Entomology. His academic pursuits are supplemented by additional certifications, including one in Data Processing and completion of the National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) program.

Professional Experience 💼

With roles ranging from Assistant Lecturer at Federal College of Agriculture to his current position as a Research Associate at AfricaRice, Adeoti has honed his skills in research supervision, project management, and scientific writing. His expertise extends to data analysis using analytical tools like R-statistics and SAS, reflecting his proficiency in applying both traditional and modern research methodologies.

Research Focus

Dr. Adeoti’s research focuses on optimizing crop protection and yield in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.) cultivation 🥒. Specifically, he investigates the impact of agricultural inputs such as poultry manure and NPK fertilizer on managing insect pests in cucumber fields. Additionally, he explores the efficacy of biological control agents like Metarhizium anisopliae and Beauveria bassiana against the African Rice Gall Midge (AfRGM), Orseolia oryzivora. Furthermore, his work delves into trap crop strategies using grain amaranth to control pests like Aulacophora foveicollis and Epilachna chrysomelina, enhancing sustainable pest management practices in agriculture. Dr. Adeoti’s multidisciplinary approach contributes to the advancement of integrated pest management techniques 🌱.

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Rocio Yñiguez | University Economic Education Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Rocio Yñiguez | University Economic Education Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Rocio Yñiguez, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

Dr. Rocío Yñiguez-Ovando, an Associate Professor at the University of Seville, is a leading figure in environmental economics and teaching innovation. 🌱 With a Ph.D. in Economics, she has contributed extensively to understanding sustainability, circular economy, and energy economics. 📈 As Vice-Dean of Research, she advocated for academic advancement, organizing conferences, and fostering interdisciplinary collaboration. Dr. Yñiguez-Ovando’s dedication to research is evident in her numerous impactful publications, collaborative projects, and active participation in conferences. She is passionate about promoting economic, social, and environmental sustainability, evident in her involvement in various initiatives and knowledge transfer agreements. 🌍


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Dr. Rocío Yñiguez-Ovando’s academic journey reflects her commitment to interdisciplinary expertise. 📚 She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Economics from the University of Sevilla in 1989, laying the foundation for her understanding of economic principles. Building upon this, she pursued a Doctorate in Economics from the same institution, completing her Ph.D. in 2001. 🎓 Additionally, recognizing the importance of legal frameworks in her field, she expanded her knowledge by earning a Bachelor of Science in Law from UNED in 2002. 📜 This diverse educational background equips her with a comprehensive understanding of both economic theory and legal intricacies, enabling her to address complex issues from multiple perspectives.



Dr. Rocío Yñiguez-Ovando has been an integral part of the academic community at the Universidad de Sevilla in Spain, 🎓 holding the position of Profesor Titular Universidad in Economic Analysis and Political Economy. 🌟 With nearly three decades of dedication to teaching and research, she has played a pivotal role in shaping the educational landscape and advancing knowledge in her field. 📚 Her enduring commitment to academia is reflected in her ongoing contributions to both undergraduate and postgraduate education, as well as her active engagement in research projects and scholarly endeavors. 🌱 Dr. Yñiguez-Ovando continues to inspire students and colleagues alike with her expertise and passion for learning.

Research Focus

Dr. Rocío Yñiguez-Ovando’s research focus spans across various critical areas, with a particular emphasis on environmental sustainability, renewable energy, and the intersection of economics and social dynamics. 🌱 Her work delves into topics such as tax incentives for promoting green electricity, global changes in residential energy consumption, and the promotion of renewable energy sources. Through her publications, she contributes valuable insights into policy-making, energy efficiency, and the circular economy. 📊 Dr. Yñiguez-Ovando’s dedication to addressing pressing environmental and socioeconomic challenges underscores her commitment to creating a more sustainable future. 🌍

Publication Top Notes 

Tax Incentives to Promote Green Electricity: an Overview of Eu-27 Countries. 38 (10), 6000-6008

Global changes in residential energy consumption

Promoting Renewable Energy Sources for Heating and Cooling in Eu-27 Countries.

Measuring the effect of ARS on academic performance: A global meta-analysis

To take or not to take the laptop or tablet to classes, that is the question.

Environmental and socioeconomic impacts of urban waste recycling as part of circular economy. The case of cuenca (Ecuador)

Promotion of biofuel consumption in the transport sector: An EU-27 perspective

How to intensify the individual’s feelings of belonging to a social networking site? Contributions from community drivers and post‐adoption behaviours

An analysis of Spain’s global and environmental efficiency from a European Union perspective

Does pressing a button make it easier to pass an exam? Evaluating the effectiveness of interactive technologies in higher education


Ashraf Morsy | Materials Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Ashraf Morsy | Materials Science Award | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Ashraf Morsy, Faculty of Engineering, Pharos University, Alexandria, Egypt.

Dr. Ashraf Morsy, a distinguished membrane technology expert 🧪, serves as the Membrane Laboratory Supervisor at Pharos University, Egypt. With dual doctorates in Materials Science and Petrochemicals, he blends academic prowess with over two decades of laboratory experience. His research delves into water treatment, desalination, and polymer modifications, reflected in numerous publications and patents. Dr. Morsy’s leadership extends to mentoring M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, alongside active participation in international conferences. A member of prestigious scientific societies, including the Arab International of Materials Science, his work shapes sustainable solutions for water scarcity challenges. 🌊🔬


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Dr. Ashraf Morsy’s academic journey spans decades of dedication and expertise 🎓. Beginning with a Bachelor’s degree in Special Chemistry from Alexandria University in 1988, he continued to expand his knowledge with diplomas in Education and Material Science. His pursuit of excellence led to a Master’s degree in Materials Science in 2011 and a dual Doctorate, specializing in Materials Science and Petrochemicals. With a focus on polymer modifications and membrane fabrication for water treatment, Dr. Morsy’s extensive educational background empowers him to innovate sustainable solutions for addressing global water challenges, marking him as a leader in the field. 🌊🔬



Dr. Ashraf Morsy brings a wealth of expertise to the realm of chemical laboratories 🧪. Specializing in water treatment, chlorine, caustic soda production, and polymerization, his proficiency extends across various facets of chemistry. As a seasoned laboratory manager, he excels in overseeing operations and guiding the research endeavors of M.Sc. and Ph.D. students. Dr. Morsy’s adeptness isn’t confined to the lab; he is equally skilled in imparting knowledge. From organic chemistry to membrane technology, his teaching prowess encompasses a wide array of subjects, ensuring a holistic understanding of chemical processes. 🔬📚

Research Focus

Dr. Ashraf Morsy’s research focus primarily revolves around sustainable solutions for water treatment and desalination, marked by his significant contributions to membrane technology 🌊. Through innovative approaches, he explores the development of advanced materials such as cellulose acetate and nanocomposites extracted from natural sources like rice straw. His work spans various facets of membrane fabrication, including polymer modifications and the integration of environmentally friendly additives for enhanced performance. Dr. Morsy’s dedication to addressing water scarcity challenges is evident in his extensive publication record, which underscores his commitment to advancing sustainable practices in the field of chemical engineering. 🔬📑


Publication Top Notes 

  1. Utilizing a blend of expandable graphite and calcium/zinc stearate as a heat stabilizer environmentally friendly for polyvinyl chloride by Morsy et al. (2024) 🔄
  2. Cited by 9 articles, Improved anti-biofouling resistances using novel nanocelluloses/cellulose acetate extracted from rice straw based membranes for water desalination by Morsy et al. (2022) 📚
  3. Cited by 17 articles, Evaluation of the water quality and the eutrophication risk in Mediterranean sea area: A case study of the Port Said Harbour, Egypt by Morsy et al. (2022) 🌊
  4. Cited by 2 articles, Development of cellulose acetate membrane performance by carboxylate multiwalled carbon nanotubes by Morsy et al. (2022) 🧪
  5. Cited by 1 article, Energy Recovery from Spray Dryer Exhaust Air Using High-Temperature Heat Pump System by Morsy et al. (2022) 🔄
  6. Cited by 7 articles, Enhancing anti-scaling resistances of aromatic polyamide reverse osmosis membranes using a new natural materials inhibitor by Morsy et al. (2021) 🌿
  7. Cited by 18 articles, Anti-biofouling of 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropane sulfonic acid grafted cellulose acetate membranes used for water desalination by Morsy et al. (2020) 🔬
  8. Cited by 2 articles, Improvement of performance and antifouling properties of reverse osmosis membranes using green additive by Morsy et al. (2019) 🔄
  9. Cited by 19 articles, Reverse osmosis membranes for water desalination based on cellulose acetate extracted from Egyptian rice straw by Morsy et al. (2016) 🌾
  10. Cited by 18 articles, Grafted cellulose acetate reverse osmosis membrane using 2-acrylamido-2-methylpropanesulfonic acid for water desalination by Morsy et al. (2016) 🔬

Aseel Altarawneh | Solid State Physics Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Aseel Altarawneh | Solid State Physics Award | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Aseel Altarawneh, tanta university, Egypt

Aseel Tarawneh, born on November 24, 1987, in Karak, Jordan, is a dedicated physicist specializing in nano composites for energy conversion. With a Ph.D. from Tanta University and a Master’s from Mu’tah University, she demonstrates exceptional skills in research, education, and communication. Aseel’s journey reflects a commitment to excellence and innovation in the field of physics. 👩‍🔬

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Education 🎓:

Aseel’s academic journey is impressive, including a Bachelor’s in Physics, a Diploma in Communications and Information Technology, and a Master’s focusing on time-dependent constraints in physics. Her doctoral research delved into the synthesis of nano composites for energy conversion, earning her acclaim in the scientific community. 📚

Experience :

💼 Aseel’s professional experience spans diverse roles, from trainee positions to teaching at various institutions. She possesses excellent verbal communication and problem-solving abilities, coupled with proficiency in Microsoft Office tools. Her resilience and ability to work under pressure make her a valuable asset in any environment. 💡

Recognition & Achievements 🏆

Aseel’s dedication to education and research has earned her numerous awards and certificates, including participation in prestigious conferences and competitions. Her innovative ideas and active involvement in educational initiatives demonstrate her commitment to excellence and community engagement. 🌟

Research Focus:

Dr. Aseel Altarawneh’s research primarily focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and analysis of advanced materials for various applications. Her investigations delve into the correlation between structural properties, cation distribution, and the resulting electrical and magnetic behaviors in doped ferrites and perovskite ceramics. Through her work, she aims to uncover fundamental insights into the structure-property relationships of these materials, paving the way for their potential applications in diverse fields such as electronics, energy conversion, and telecommunications. Aseel’s dedication to understanding the intricacies of material science contributes to advancements in technology and scientific knowledge. 🔬

Alexandre Detappe | Nanomedicine Award | Young Scientist Award

Prof. Alexandre Detappe | Nanomedicine Award | Young Scientist Award

Prof. Alexandre Detappe, ICANS, France

Prof. Alexandre Detappe is a distinguished biophysicist and a leading figure in cancer research. Holding a PhD from the University of Lyon, France, he has contributed significantly to understanding and combating diseases like multiple myeloma and HER2+ breast cancer. Currently a Professor at Strasbourg Medical School, his research focuses on developing innovative drug delivery systems and small molecules to enhance immune responses against cancer. With extensive academic and institutional appointments, he co-founded several biotech companies, reflecting his commitment to translating research into practical solutions. Detappe’s multifaceted expertise and leadership in translational medicine make him a pivotal figure in advancing cancer therapeutics. 🧬🩺🔬





Dr. Alexandre Detappe is a distinguished scholar in biophysics, with a rich educational background spanning renowned institutions in France. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in Physics and Science for Engineering from the University of Strasbourg in 2010. Subsequently, he pursued a Master’s degree in Medical Physics at the University of Grenoble, graduating in 2012. Dr. Detappe furthered his expertise with a Medical Physics residency at CEA Saclay in 2012-2013. His academic journey culminated in a PhD in Biophysics from the University of Lyon in 2017, followed by obtaining French authorization to supervise research from the University of Strasbourg in 2020. 🎓🔬



Dr. Alexandre Detappe’s groundbreaking contributions in biophysics and cancer research have garnered him numerous prestigious awards and fellowships. In 2021, he was honored with the Guy Ourisson Award by Cercle Gutenberg/University of Strasbourg, recognizing his outstanding achievements. His exceptional work also earned him the Brigitte Mérand Award from the Force Hémato Foundation in 2020 and the Brian D Novis Research Grant Award from the International Myeloma Foundation. Notably, his research excellence was acknowledged with the ASH Abstract Achievement Award in 2018 and the Marie Curie Award for the Best PhD in Radiation Oncology in 2016. Dr. Detappe’s accolades highlight his significant contributions to advancing medical science. 🏆🔬



Dr. Alexandre Detappe’s research spans various facets of cancer therapy and imaging, with a particular focus on leveraging nanotechnology for improved treatment outcomes. He explores innovative strategies such as nanoparticle-mediated drug delivery, image-guided radiation therapy, and molecular targeting. His work aims to enhance treatment efficacy while minimizing side effects, particularly in cancers like multiple myeloma and breast cancer. Through a multidisciplinary approach integrating biophysics, molecular biology, and nanomedicine, Dr. Detappe pioneers advancements in precision medicine, striving to make cancer therapies more effective and accessible. 🧬⚗️🔬



Ranga Subramanian | Physical Chemistry | Best Paper Award

Dr. Ranga Subramanian | Physical Chemistry | Best Paper Award 

Associate Professor, IIT Patna, India

Dr. Ranga Subramanian, an Associate Professor at IIT Patna, India, has been recognized for his outstanding contributions in Physical Chemistry with a prestigious Best Paper Award. His groundbreaking research has not only expanded the boundaries of knowledge but has also significantly impacted the field. With a keen focus on exploring complex chemical phenomena at the molecular level, Dr. Subramanian’s work epitomizes excellence and innovation. His dedication to advancing scientific understanding and his commitment to academic excellence serve as an inspiration to both his peers and students. Through his contributions, he continues to shape the future of Physical Chemistry and pave the way for groundbreaking discoveries.



Academic Qualification

Dr. Ranga Subramanian pursued his academic journey with zeal and dedication, earning his Bachelor’s degree from Loyola College, Chennai, laying the foundation for his scholarly pursuits. He further honed his expertise by completing his Masters at the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology, Chennai, delving deeper into his field. Driven by a thirst for knowledge, he pursued his Ph.D. at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT – 06457, where he immersed himself in advanced research and academic inquiry. 🎓 His educational trajectory reflects a commitment to excellence and a passion for learning, shaping him into the accomplished scholar and educator he is today.

Work Experience

Dr. Ranga Subramanian’s academic journey is characterized by a diverse range of experiences and esteemed positions. Beginning as a Visiting Assistant Professor at New College of Florida, USA, he embarked on his career trajectory, laying the groundwork for his scholarly endeavors. His pursuit of excellence led him to serve as an Assistant Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Patna, where he made significant contributions to academia and research. Building upon his expertise, he further enriched his scholarly portfolio as a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, and later at the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. Through his multifaceted roles and unwavering dedication, Dr. Subramanian continues to inspire and shape the academic landscape with his invaluable contributions.

Selected Conference Presentations

Dr. Ranga Subramanian’s prolific contributions to theoretical chemistry and atmospheric science are underscored by his notable presentations and talks at prestigious conferences and symposiums worldwide. With invited talks at esteemed events such as the 19th Theoretical Chemistry Symposium (TCS 2023) and the 4th Indian Planetary Science Conference (IPSC-2023), he has delved into crucial topics like environmental assessment properties of oxygenated hydrofluorocarbons and thermodynamic properties of water clusters. His expertise extends to computational chemistry applications in atmospheric science, as evidenced by his engagement at the Centre for Advanced Computational Chemistry Studies, New Delhi. Dr. Subramanian’s groundbreaking research elucidates mechanisms, kinetics, and theoretical analyses vital to understanding atmospheric chemistry, earning him recognition and respect in academic circles globally.

Publications Top Notes


  1. “Theoretical investigation of the nature of hydrogen bonds and cooperativity effect in methanol-water and ethanol-water clusters” – 2024 – Arnab Patla, Jagannath Pal, Kanika Guleria, and Ranga Subramanian
  2. “Theoretical Investigation on Hydrogen Abstraction Reactions of Sulfur Compounds HSX(O)H and CH3SX(O)H (X = C, S) by OH Radicals” – 2023 – Kanika Guleria and Ranga Subramanian
  3. “Thermodynamic and Optical Properties of HCOOH(H2O)n and HCOOH(NH3)(H2O)n-1 Clusters at Various Temperatures and Pressures: A Computational Study” – 2023 – Arnab Patla and Ranga Subramanian
  4. “Chemically induced crosslinked enhanced emission of carbon polymer dots discerning healthy and cancer cells through pH-dependent tunable photoluminescence” – 2023 – Suman Nayak, Kanika Guleria, Abhik Sen, Subhrajeet Banerjee, Ranga Subramanian, and Prolay Das
  5. “Computational investigation on mechanisms and kinetics of gas-phase reactions of 4-hydroxy-2-pentanone (4H2P) with hydroxyl radicals and subsequent reactions of CH3C(O)CH2C•(OH)CH3 radical” – 2022 – Kanika Guleria and Ranga Subramanian
  6. “Absorption of Volatile Organic Compounds Toluene and Acetaldehyde in Choline Chloride-Based Deep Eutectic Solvents” – 2022 – Sandipa Indra, Ranga Subramanian, and Snehasis Daschakraborty
  7. “Quantum Chemical and Chemical Kinetic Investigation on Hydrogen Abstraction Reactions of CF3CF2C(O)OCH3 and CHF2CF2C(O)OCH3 with OH Radicals and Fate of Haloalkoxy Radicals” – 2022 – Kanika Guleria and Ranga Subramanian
  8. “Interaction of volatile organic compounds acetone and toluene with room temperature ionic liquid at the bulk and the liquid-vacuum interface” – 2021 – Sandipa Indra, Ranga Subramanian, and Snehasis Daschakraborty
  9. “Thermodynamic properties of Forming Methanol-Water and Ethanol-Water Clusters at Various Temperatures and Pressures and Implications for Atmospheric Chemistry: A DFT Study” – 2021 – Jagannath Pal, Arnab Patla, and Ranga Subramanian
  10. “Sodium and Lithium ions in aerosol: thermodynamic and rayleigh light scattering properties” – 2020 – Jagannath Pal, Pulagam Sai Teja, and Ranga Subramanian
  11. “The Gas Phase Structure of Ethynylferrocene using Microwave Spectroscopy” – 2005 – Ranga Subramanian, Chandana Karunatilaka, Kristen S. Keck, Stephen G. Kukolich
  12. “2-BUTYNOL: Torsional analysis of a molecule” – 2003 – Ranga Subramanian, Robert K. Bohn, and Stewart E. Novick
  13. “FT Microwave Structure and Nuclear Quadrupole Coupling Analysis of Six Isotopomers of the ArgonChlorocylcobutane van der Waals complex” – 2005 – Ranga Subramanian, J.M.Szarko, Stewart Szarko, Stewart W.C.Pringle