HannaDanylovych | Biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

HannaDanylovych | Biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr. HannaDanylovych, Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of National academy Sciences of Ukraine, Β Ukraine.

Hanna V. Danylovych, born on May 20, 1974, in Kyiv, is a distinguished Ukrainian scientist specializing in biochemistry. With a Master’s degree in Biology from the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy, she has been a Senior Scientist at the O.V. Palladin Institute of Biochemistry since 2016. Her research focuses on elucidating the biochemical mechanisms of nitric oxide action on smooth muscle cells’ calcium transport systems, particularly in mitochondria. Hanna has published over 70 scientific articles and authored a monograph. She received the prestigious Palladin Award from the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in 2023.Β πŸ…πŸ“š

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Education πŸŽ“

Dr.Hanna V. Danylovych, born on May 20, 1974, in Kyiv, Ukraine, embarked on her academic journey by earning a Master’s degree in Biology from the National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy in 1999. Since then, she has dedicated her career to scientific exploration at the O.V. Palladin Institute of Biochemistry of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Rising through the ranks, she currently serves as a Senior Scientist in the Department of Muscle Biochemistry, where she delves into the intricate mechanisms governing smooth muscle physiology. With a Ph.D. in Biochemistry and a Doctorate in Biological Sciences, her research focuses on elucidating the roles of nitric oxide and macrocyclic polyphenolic compounds in regulating mitochondrial calcium transport systems, offering novel insights into smooth muscle function and bioenergetics.Β πŸ§ͺ

Professional Experience πŸ‘©β€πŸ’Ό

Dr.Hanna V. Danylovych, a prominent biochemist, has excelled in her career since 1999, specializing in muscle biochemistry at the O.V. Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Her groundbreaking research on nitric oxide and mitochondrial function has garnered international recognition, including the prestigious Palladin Award. πŸ§¬πŸ†

Research Focus πŸ§ πŸ”¬

Dr.Hanna V. Danylovych’s research primarily focuses on elucidating the biochemical and physicochemical mechanisms underlying the action of reactive nitrogen and oxygen species on the Ca2+ transport systems of smooth muscle cells, particularly in the myometrium and uterine smooth muscle mitochondria. 🧬 Her investigations extend to studying nitric oxide biosynthesis and its regulatory effects on Ca2+ homeostasis and bioenergetic characteristics. Additionally, she explores the potential of macrocyclic polyphenolic compounds, such as calix[4]arenes, as modulators of mitochondrial Ca2+ transport systems. This research significantly contributes to understanding smooth muscle cell physiology and holds promise for developing novel therapeutic interventions.

Publication Top Notes

  1. A systematic literature review on trust in the software ecosystem
    F Hou, S Jansen
    πŸ“œ Empirical Software Engineering 28 (1), 8
    πŸ” Cited by: 15
    πŸ“… 2023
  2. Trustseco: A distributed infrastructure for providing trust in the software ecosystem
    F Hou, S Farshidi, S Jansen
    πŸ“œ International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering, 121-133
    πŸ” Cited by: 11
    πŸ“… 2021
  3. TrustSECO: An interview survey into software trust
    F Jansen, S Jansen, F Hou
    πŸ“œ arXiv preprint arXiv:2101.06138
    πŸ” Cited by: 5
    πŸ“… 2021
  4. Analyzing the Performance of the Unmanned Bank to Explore the Failure Reasons for AI Projects
    F Hou
    πŸ“œ Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Artificial Intelligence …
    πŸ” Cited by: 5
    πŸ“… 2020
  5. The role of software trust in selection of open-source and closed software
    F Hou, F Jansen, A De Vries, S Jansen
    πŸ“œ 2023 IEEE/ACM 11th International Workshop on Software Engineering for …
    πŸ” Cited by: 2
    πŸ“… 2023
  6. Sentiment analysis for software quality assessment
    F Liang, F Hou, S Farshidi, S Jansen
    πŸ“œ Proceedings of the 22nd Belgium-Netherlands Software Evolution Workshop …
    πŸ” Cited by: 1
    πŸ“… 2023
  7. A survey of the state‐of‐the‐art approaches for evaluating trust in software ecosystems
    F Hou, S Jansen
    πŸ“œ Journal of Software: Evolution and Process, e2695
    πŸ“… 2024




Alicia Prithiraj | Material-life Science Award | Women Researcher Award

Mrs. Alicia Prithiraj | Material-life Science Award | Women Researcher Award

Mrs. Alicia Prithiraj, University of Pretoria, South Africa

Alicia Prithiraj is a seasoned Senior Reliability Engineer and PhD candidate with expertise in chemical engineering, particularly in reliability engineering, data analysis, and risk management. πŸ› οΈ With a background in materials science and environmental engineering, she has made significant contributions to industry, notably in combating biofilm-related corrosion. Alicia’s dedication to solving complex industry challenges is evident in her extensive research, academic publications, and presentations at global conferences. 🌐 Her dynamic approach, coupled with hands-on experience at Sasol Chemicals, reflects her commitment to driving innovation and efficiency in plant operations. πŸŒ±πŸ”¬


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Alicia Prithiraj’s educational journey is marked by a relentless pursuit of knowledge and expertise in chemical engineering. πŸ“š Starting from her secondary education at Hoerskool Secunda, where she excelled academically while actively participating in extramural activities like tennis and science expos. She further honed her skills at Vaal University of Technology, completing a Chemical Engineering Diploma with in-service training. πŸŽ“ Subsequently, she earned a Bachelor’s in Technology and a Master’s degree, graduating with distinction, focusing on materials science, water systems, and microbial corrosion. Currently, she is on the cusp of completing her PhD at the University of Pretoria, specializing in industrial water systems and biofilm-related corrosion. πŸŒ±πŸ”¬


Professional Experience

Alicia Prithiraj served as a dedicated Reliability Engineer, demonstrating exceptional proficiency and leadership. 🏭 Her responsibilities encompassed a wide array of critical tasks, including the use of monitoring tools to devise effective strategies, managing spares studies, and preparing comprehensive monthly reports on reliability engineering. πŸ“Š Alicia’s expertise extended to asset management, risk-based inspections, and root cause failure analysis, contributing significantly to enhancing plant reliability and operational efficiency. πŸ’Ό Additionally, her involvement in chemical engineering tasks, project management, and her groundbreaking PhD work showcases her multifaceted capabilities and commitment to excellence. 🌟

Research Focus

Alicia Prithiraj’s research focus primarily revolves around the intricate interplay between microbiology and materials science in industrial settings, particularly in the context of heat exchangers. πŸ”¬ Her studies delve into multispecies colonization and surface erosion on industry-finished steel, such as A106 GB steel, shedding light on the corrosion mechanisms and metabolic effects of bacterial consortia commonly found in petrochemical processing plants. 🌱 Through her investigations, she aims to develop kinetic growth models, understand corrosion behaviors of various steel types, and propose mitigation strategies to combat biofouling and corrosion, ultimately contributing to the advancement of materials engineering in challenging environments. πŸ› οΈ