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Dilip Bhoi

Dr. Dilip Bhoi is a Researcher at the The Institute for Solid State Physics, The University of Tokyo, Japan.

His expertise and skills include Superconductivity, Single Crystal
Superconductors, Phase Transitions, High Temperature superconductivity, Materials, Low Temperature Physics, Magnetic Materials and Magnetism, X-ray Diffraction, and Magneto-Resistance.

Sylvain Deville

My background and training is materials science, mostly in the field of technical porous and dense ceramics. My current research interest right now is focussed on freezing pretty much anything I can get my hands on, and see how it applies to domains beyond materials science.

Yogendra Mishra

Dr. Yogendra Mishra is a Professor in Nanomaterials at the Mads Clausen Institute, University of Southern Denmark, Sonderborg, Denmark.

His research areas include; New Materials (3D Soft), Hybrid Materials, Sensors (UV, Force, Heat, Gas, Environmental, Biological), Smart Composites, Biomaterials, Energy Materials, Plasmonics, Photonics, Metamaterials (Ion Beam Irradiation), and Catalysis, Heavy Metal Adsorption, Water purification, Filter

Cecilia Mortalò

Cecilia Mortalò completed her PhD at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia (Italy) in 2005. Since 2005 she has been a researcher at the Institute of Condensed Matter Chemistry and Technologies for Energy of the Italian National Research Council. The scientific and technological skills are in the field of chemistry and technology of materials. In particular, she has expertise in the preparation and study of a variety of advanced functional ceramic materials for different applications, i.e. in the energy field (solid oxide fuel cells, energy storage systems (ZEBRA batteries), hydrogen separation and purification, protective coatings (protection against corrosion, anti-dirty and antifreeze treatments), phosphors with luminescent properties and colloidal suspensions (inks and nanofluids).
In these areas, she has competences in different conventional and un-conventional synthetic approaches such as sol gel techniques, solid state synthesis (SSR), microwave-assisted syntheses (sol-gel and hydrothermal) and sintering, classic and reactive sintering, wet-based deposition techniques (spin coating, dip coating, air-spray, drop-casting, solvent-casting, EPD). The most recent research activity focuses on high entropy metal alloy (HEA) materials for extreme conditions applications and corrosion resistance in the marine environment.
She has been involved as participant and senior investigator in several national and international projects focused on development of advanced materials for extreme conditions and energy applications and she has published 37 scientific papers in international peer-reviewed ISI journals. She is referee for various international scientific journals and she has been involved as co-guest editor for some special issues and topics.

Antonio Pereira Gonçalves

Dr. António Pereira Gonçalves is a Coordinator Researcher of the Department of Engineering and Nuclear Sciences of Instituto Superior Técnico (IST), Lisbon University. He obtained his PhD in Chemistry in 1996 at IST, on intermetallic uranium compounds. His research interests are in the fields of Solid State Chemistry, Materials Science, Exploratory synthesis, Phase diagram studies, Crystal growth, Design of new materials, Nanostructured materials, Actinide and Rare Earth Intermetallics, Oxides, Pnictide and Chalcogenide compounds, Strongly Correlated Electronic Systems, Thermoelectric materials and Nuclear materials for peaceful applications. Currently, he is working on uranium compounds for fundamental and applied studies and on compounds and thermoelectric systems for waste heat recovery. Dr. António Pereira Gonçalves has authored or co-authored more than 250 publications in peer review journals, having more than 350 conference presentations (22 invited). Since 2017 he is the President of the Center for Nuclear Sciences and Technologies (C2TN), a Research Unit of IST.

João Paulo Mendes Tribst

Dr. Tribst is a passionate dentist with Master's and PhD in restorative dentistry, with a specialty in dental prosthesis, from São Paulo State University. He has experience in dentistry with an emphasis on dental materials, dental prosthesis, dental ceramics, finite element analysis, dental implants, and mouthguards. He completed a sandwich PhD at ACTA (Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam), School of Dentistry at Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, Netherlands from 09/2018 to 09/2019. He is an Assistant Professor in the Academisch Centrum Tandheelkunde Amsterdam (ACTA).

Stephan E Wolf

Dr. Stephan E. Wolf received his doctoral degree (Dr. rer. nat.) in inorganic chemistry from Johannes-Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany (2009). In 2020, after accomplishing a junior professorship, he received his Venia legendi (Priv.-Doz.) from Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU, Germany).

He holds a Heisenberg Fellowship granted by the German Research Foundation and leads a research group on bioinorganic and bioinspired materials chemistry at the Department of Materials Science of FAU. His research revolves around the biosynthesis and process-structure-property relationships of biological materials, the underlying physicochemical intricacies of phase separation, and the translative adaptation of these concepts towards novel approaches in bioinorganic solid-state chemistry.