Xinyi Hong | Consumer Willingness to Pay | Best Researcher Award

Xinyi Hong | Consumer Willingness to Pay | Best Researcher Award

Mr Xinyi Hong Guangzhou University of China, China

With a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Food Business from the Agriculture and Food Science School at University College Dublin (UCD) in Dublin, Ireland, which she completed from 2015 to 2021 under the UCD-CSSA Full Scholarship, she brings a wealth of academic expertise to her current role. As a Postdoctoral Researcher at the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Guangzhou University in China since December 2021, she focuses on researching tax cuts, fee reduction, digitalization, and enterprise innovation. Her work aims to drive forward understanding and innovation in these critical areas, contributing to advancements in entrepreneurship and economic development.

Education:

She holds a rich academic background, culminating in a Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics and Food Business from the Agriculture and Food Science School at University College Dublin (UCD) in Dublin, Ireland, which she pursued from 2015 to 2021 under the UCD-CSSA Full Scholarship. Her doctoral research, titled “Sensory Evaluation and ConsumersÔÇÖ Perception of Functional Pork Sausages: A Cross-Cultural Perspective,” delved into the intricate interplay between sensory perception and consumer behavior in the context of functional food products. Prior to her doctoral studies, she completed her Master of Science in Strategic Management & Planning at UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, where she earned a GPA of 3.56 and received 2.1 Upper Second Class Honors. She laid the foundation for her academic journey with a Bachelor of Science in International Business from the Economics School at Minzu University of China, Beijing, graduating with a GPA of 3.52. Through her academic pursuits, she has demonstrated a keen interest in interdisciplinary research at the intersection of economics, business, and food science, aiming to contribute meaningfully to the understanding of consumer behavior and market dynamics in the agricultural and food industry.

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Experience:

She is currently serving as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the School of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Guangzhou University in China since December 2021. In this role, she conducts research in areas such as tax cuts, fee reduction, digitalization, and enterprise innovation. Prior to this, she worked as a Senior Industry Consultant at Hangzhou Bizhi Technology Co., Ltd., where she provided customized digitalization upgrade plans for client companies based on their data centers and AI big data intelligent service systems. She has also contributed to promoting Sino-Irish scientific research, educational, and cultural activities as an Assistant at the Irish Institute for Chinese Studies at University College Dublin in Ireland. Earlier, she served as a Teaching Assistant at University College Dublin, where she provided tutorials and assistance in modules related to economics, Chinese economy, and food marketing. Additionally, she has experience in procurement assistance and business negotiation with European food companies at Beijing Fortuneroad Trading Company in China and served as a Social Media Manager at Designer Studio “We Are Islanders” in Dublin, where she established Chinese online media platforms and managed daily website operations.

Publications:

  1. Exploring the relationship between digital transformation and green innovation: The mediating role of financing modes Published By : 2024 
  2. Exploring the Impact of China’s Internal Circulation Strategy on Its Stock Market under Deglobalization. Published By : 2024┬á
  3. Consumer Preferences for Processed Meat Reformulation Strategies: A Prototype for Sensory Evaluation Combined with a ChoiceBased Conjoint Experiment  Published By : 2023
  4. The Effects of Nutrition and Health Claim Information on Consumers’ Sensory Preferences and Willingness to Pay. Published By : 2022
  5. Do the government subsidies inhibit the entity overfinancialization? Fresh evidence from China. Published By : 2022
  6. Chinese consumers’ willingness-to-pay for nutrition claims on processed meat products, using functional sausages as a food medium. Published By : 2021

Lu Zhang | Urban Studies/ Gender Studies | Women Researcher Award

Lu Zhang | Urban Studies/ Gender Studies | Women Researcher Award

Mrs Lu Zhang The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 

Education:

She commenced her academic journey in 2015, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design from Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, Tianjin. Building upon her foundational knowledge, she pursued a Master of Arts in Environmental Architecture at the Royal College of Art, London, graduating in 2019. Motivated by her passion for the intersection of design and sustainability, she embarked on a Ph.D. candidacy in Architecture at The University of Hong Kong in 2021. Throughout her educational trajectory, she has demonstrated a steadfast commitment to exploring innovative approaches to environmental challenges within architectural contexts. Her academic pursuits reflect a deep-seated curiosity and dedication to advancing knowledge in the field, evident in her research endeavors and scholarly contributions. From conceptualizing sustainable architectural solutions to critically engaging with the complexities of urban environments, she continuously seeks to push the boundaries of conventional design practices. With a keen eye for detail and a holistic understanding of environmental principles, she aspires to make meaningful contributions to the discourse surrounding sustainable architecture and urban development.

Experience:

She has been actively engaged in academic roles at both The University of Hong Kong and the Royal College of Art. At The University of Hong Kong, she currently serves as a Teaching Assistant and RPg Student Representative since September 2021. Her responsibilities include tutoring, facilitating research seminars, and guest lecturing on topics such as architecture, film, and spatial implications of women’s labor. She has also contributed as a facilitator for the RPg Degree Show and as a teaching assistant for courses focusing on Hong Kong architecture and urbanism. Additionally, her involvement with the Royal College of Art in London, United Kingdom, as a Visiting Lecturer from March 2021 to August 2021, demonstrates her commitment to academic excellence. During her tenure, she served as a tutor and reviewer for the Orang-orang & the Hutan Studio within the Environmental Architecture Programme. Under the guidance of Dr. Godofredo Enes Pereira and Christina Leigh Geros, she provided valuable insights and mentorship to students, contributing to the program’s success. Through her dedication and expertise, she has made significant contributions to the academic communities at both institutions, enriching the learning experiences of students and fostering a culture of excellence in architectural education.

Honors and Awards:

She is currently serving as a Teaching Assistant and RPg Student Representative at The University of Hong Kong since September 2021. In addition to her academic roles, she has garnered several prestigious awards in the field of architecture and design. In 2020, her architectural film “ONE DAY” was exhibited at the Art and Design Education: FutureLab 2020 event. In 2019, she achieved the FIRST PRIZE as part of a student group in the 3rd National Youth Cup National College Art Design Competition and received the SILVER AWARD at the 16th National Annual Conference of Architecture and Design Teaching. Further, she was honored with the ZIJIN AWARD, Third Prize of China (Nanjing) College Students Design Exhibition, and was recognized as a FINALIST AWARD recipient in the Urban Design Category of the Chinese Habitat Environment Design Academic Year Award 2019. Her talent was also acknowledged with the TWILIGHT PRIZE in the “Aladdin Magic Lamp” Lamp Design Competition in 2018. In 2017, she received the EXCELLENCE AWARD at the Tianjin Keler Road Jinyue Lake Interior Design Competition and secured the SECOND PRIZE at the Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition. Furthermore, she clinched the THIRD PRIZE in the “Internet +” Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition in Hebei District, Tianjin, in 2016. Through her dedication and achievements, she demonstrates a strong commitment to excellence in academia and creative endeavors in architecture and design.

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Catherine Banet | Energy law, Energy Markets | Excellence in Research

Catherine Banet | Energy law, Energy Markets | Excellence in Research

Prof Catherine Banet University of Oslo, Faculty of Law, Norway

She has held various positions in academia and research, contributing significantly to maritime law, energy law, and environmental studies. Currently a Professor at the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law, she also heads the Department for Energy and Resources Law at the University of Oslo, Norway. She completed her Dipl├┤me de lÔÇÖInstitut dÔÇÖEtudes Politiques dÔÇÖAix-en-Provence (Ma├«trise) in France in 2001, followed by a Master’s in International Politics with High Honors from the Center for International and Strategic Studies (CERIS) in Brussels, Belgium, and Paris, France, in 2002.

Education:

She completed her Dipl├┤me de lÔÇÖInstitut dÔÇÖEtudes Politiques dÔÇÖAix-en-Provence (Ma├«trise) in France in 2001, before pursuing a Master’s in International Politics with High Honors from the Center for International and Strategic Studies (CERIS) in Brussels, Belgium, and Paris, France, in 2002. Following this, she obtained a Master’s degree in European Studies (MA) with Honours from the European Studies Institute at the Catholic University of Louvain, Belgium, in the same year. In 2003, she earned a Master’s in International and European Energy and Environmental Law program (LL.M) from the Institute for Environmental and Energy Law at Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium. Later, she completed her PhD at the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law, Petroleum and Energy Law Department, University of Oslo, Norway, defending her thesis titled “Tradable Green Certificates Scheme under EU Law ÔÇô The Influence of EU law on national support schemes for renewable electricity generation” in August 2012. She furthered her education with courses such as the Norwegian Bar Association Course, with written and oral exams, in Oslo, Norway, in 2013, and a Pedagogic Course at the University of Oslo, Norway, in 2020.

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Experience:

She has held various positions in academia and research, contributing significantly to the fields of maritime law, energy law, and environmental studies. From 2021, she serves as a Professor at the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law, where she also heads the Department for Energy and Resources Law at the University of Oslo, Norway. Prior to this role, she served as an Associate Professor at the same institute from 2014 to 2021, further solidifying her expertise and academic standing. Concurrently, she held a senior research fellowship at the Fridtjof Nansen Institute (FNI) in Oslo, Norway, from 2020 to 2024, where she contributed as an adjunct in two vital projects: Implementing Network Codes (INC) and Regulating Power in Norway Decentralization or centralization? (POWREG). Her engagement in research extends beyond academia, as she also served as a scientific advisor at the Frisch Center ÔÇô Oslo Center for Research on Environmentally friendly Energy (CREE) (FME) from 2017 to 2019. Before transitioning into academia, she gained valuable industry experience as an Associate Lawyer in the Oil and Energy Department at Simonsen Vogt Wiig Advokatfirma AS in Oslo, Norway, from 2011 to 2014. Her academic journey began earlier as a PhD candidate and lecturer at the Scandinavian Institute for Maritime Law, Petroleum and Energy Law Department, University of Oslo, Norway, where she actively contributed from 2006 to 2011. Through her diverse roles and extensive experience, she has made significant contributions to legal scholarship, research, and industry practice in the fields of maritime law, energy law, and environmental studies.

Publications:

  1. Perspective on the hydrogen economy as a pathway to reach net-zero CO2 emissions in Europe Cited By : 121, Published By : 2022
  2. Energy security concerns versus market harmony: The Europeanisation of capacity mechanisms  Cited By : 11, Published By : 2019
  3. Legal status and legal effects of the commissionÔÇÖs state aid guidelines: The case of the guidelines on state aid for environmental protection and energy Cited By : 4, Published By : 2020
  4. Teaching the law of energy transition in the era of internationalisation and digitalisation of legal university education: the Transatlantic University Collaboration in Climate Change and Energy Law (TUCCCEL) programme Cited By : 4, Published By : 2020
  5. De-risking the hydrogen-ccs value chain through law Cited By : 1, Published By : 2021
  6. Introduction the Law of the Seabed  Cited By : 1, Published By : 2020
  7. The treatment of intellectual property rights in open innovation models: New business models for the energy transition Published By : 2021
  8. Recommendations for a future-proof electricity market design in Europe in light of the 2021-23 energy crisis Published By : 2021

Suraksha Gupta | Responsible Marketing | Best Researcher Award

Suraksha Gupta | Responsible Marketing | Best Researcher Award

Prof Suraksha Gupta University of Arts United Kingdom

With a rich tapestry of educational accomplishments, she has left an indelible mark across prestigious institutions and diverse fields of study. Commencing her academic journey with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Delhi in 1988, she laid the cornerstone for her future endeavors. Eager to expand her horizons, she pursued an MBA from the Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad, India, graduating in 2005. Her thirst for knowledge led her to Brunel University, UK, where she completed her PhD in Marketing in 2008, solidifying her expertise in the field.

Education:

She has an impressive array of educational achievements spanning several prestigious institutions and fields of study. Beginning with a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Delhi in 1988, she laid the foundation for her academic journey. Building upon this, she obtained an MBA from the Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad, India, in 2005, before pursuing a PhD in Marketing from Brunel University, UK, which she completed in 2008. Continuing her academic pursuits, she earned a PGCert (Diploma) in Higher Education from Middlesex University, UK, in 2011, further enhancing her expertise in educational practices. She then undertook the Brunel Associate Practitioner Pathway in 2009, consolidating her skills and knowledge. Her commitment to staying at the forefront of her field is evident in her participation in programs such as the CABS Development Program for Deans’ and Directors’ in 2021 and the Leveraging Big Data for Business Intelligence course at Cambridge University, UK, in 2022. Most recently, she acquired a Professional Certificate in Data Analyst from EDX.org in 2023, demonstrating her dedication to continuous learning and professional development.

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Experience:

She has held esteemed positions in academia, demonstrating her expertise and commitment to the field of marketing. Beginning her career as a Lecturer at Middlesex University Business School in 2009, she honed her teaching skills and academic prowess. Progressing to Brunel Business School in 2010, she continued to inspire and educate students as a Lecturer until 2014. Her dedication and contributions led to her appointment as a Senior Lecturer at Kent Business School from 2014 to 2016, where she played a pivotal role in shaping the academic landscape. Building upon her successes, she served as a Professor of Marketing at Newcastle University from 2017 to January 2024, where she made significant strides in research and education. Currently, she holds the prestigious position of Professor of Marketing at the University of Arts, London, starting from February 2024 onwards. Throughout her journey, she has exemplified leadership, innovation, and excellence in academia, leaving an indelible mark on the field of marketing.

Publications:

  1. Linking corporate logo, corporate image, and reputation: An examination of consumer perceptions in the financial setting Cited By : 402, Published By : 2014
  2. Marketing innovation: A consequence of competitiveness Cited By : 390, Published By : 2016
  3. Perceptional components of brand equity: Configuring the Symmetrical and Asymmetrical Paths to brand loyalty and brand purchase intention Cited By : 350, Published By : 2018
  4. Influence of innovation capability and customer experience on reputation and loyalty Cited By : 335, Published By : 2016
  5. Investigating the effects of smart technology on customer dynamics and customer experience Cited By : 330, Published By : 2018
  6. Sustainability as corporate culture of a brand for superior performance Cited By : 386, Published By : 2013
  7. Integrating identity, strategy and communications for trust, loyalty and commitment Cited By : 281, Published By : 2017
  8. Role of big data and social media analytics for business to business sustainability: A participatory web context Cited By : 269, Published By : 2020
  9. The effect of digital signage on shoppers’ behavior: The role of the evoked experience┬áCited By : 228, Published By : 2014
  10. Enhancing university brand image and reputation through customer value co-creation behaviour Cited By : 208, Published By : 2019

Senjam Sunil Singh | Biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Senjam Sunil Singh | Biochemistry | Best Researcher Award

Dr Senjam Sunil Singh Manipur University, India

Dr. Senjam Sunil Singh is an Associate Professor (Stage IV), in the Department of Biochemistry, Manipur University, India. He received his PhD from the same University. After his nine years of teaching in the College, he joins the University since 2007. He got the DBT Oversea Associateship (2014) and under the same program he did his post-doctoral research training at one of the renowned research laboratory under Prof. Tzi Bun Ng, (Chinese University of Hong Kong). He is a regular contributor of research articles in his area and as reviewer for some peer research journals. At present he is working on protein biochemistry, especially purification and biochemical characterization of plant lectins. His area of research interest includes Lectin Biochemistry, Enzyme Biotechnology and Immunology. His key skill lies in imparting knowledge to students and organizing academic related studentÔÇÖs activities.

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Education:

He pursued his academic journey in biochemistry, specializing in molecular immunology for his M.Sc degree at North Eastern Hills University, Shillong, which he completed in 1997. Continuing his academic pursuits, he furthered his studies at Manipur University, Imphal, where he obtained his Ph.D. in Biochemistry in 2012, focusing on lectin biochemistry. Throughout his academic career, he has shown dedication and passion for his field, delving deep into the intricacies of molecular biology and immunology. His research and studies have contributed to the advancement of biochemistry, particularly in understanding the role of lectins in biological systems. With a strong foundation in biochemistry and specialized knowledge in molecular immunology, he continues to make significant contributions to the scientific community through his research and academic endeavors.

Experience:

He has actively participated in various workshops and conferences, showcasing his expertise in biochemistry and molecular biology. Notable among these is his presentation on “Purification and Characterization of a Lectin from Quercus ilex L.” at the National Workshop on Natural Product Chemistry organized by the Department of Chemistry, Manipur University, in March 2011. Additionally, he attended the “Two Days National Workshop on Introduction to Genomic Science” in November 2010 and a “2 Days short term training programme on Application of Bioinformatics in Biology Teaching and Research” in March 2009, both organized by Bioinformatics infrastructure facility centers. His academic contributions include supervising dissertations such as “Partial Purification of Lectin from Lentinus connatus Berk” submitted to the University of Madras for the MSc degree in Biochemistry in April 2009. Furthermore, he presented research findings like “Partial Purification of D-(+)-Glucosamine specific Lectin from seeds of Quercus ilex L.” at the 77th Annual Meeting of the Society of Biological Chemists (India) in December 2008. Through these engagements, he has demonstrated his commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and contributing to the field of biochemistry.

Publications:

  1. Lectins with anti-HIV activity: a review Cited By : 145, Published By : 2015
  2. Lectins from edible mushrooms Cited By : 113, Published By : 2014
  3. Banana lectin: a brief review Cited By : 55, Published By : 2014
  4. Mannose binding lectin: a potential biomarker for many human diseases Cited By : 27, Published By : 2016
  5. Screening of garlic lines against purple blotch and stemphylium blight Cited By : 22, Published By : 2009
  6. SuperoxideÔÇÉMediated Synthesis of┬áNÔÇÉAminoaziridines from┬áNÔÇÉAminoheterocycles and Olefins Cited By : 16, Published By : 2005
  7. Purification and Characterization of a Magnesium Ion Requiring N-Acetyl-D-glucosamine Specific Lectin from Seeds of Quercus ilex L. Cited By : 13, Published By : 2011
  8. Effect of various concentrations of IBA and types of stem cuttings on the performance of rooting in Sweet Orange (Citrus sinensis l. Osbeck) cv Cited By : 11, Published By : 2016
  9. In vitro assessment of antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of various extracts of Hamelia patens Cited By : 10, Published By : 2014
  10. Changes in placenta of rat fetuses induced by maternal administration of papain. Cited By : 10, Published By : 1978

Ay┼če Emino─člu | Fundamental Nursing | Best Researcher Award

Ay┼če Emino─člu | Fundamental Nursing | Best Researcher Award

MrsAy┼če Emino─člu Gaziantep Islam Science and Technology University, Turkey

She is currently a Research Assistant at Gaziantep Islamic Science and Technology University, where she contributes to the Faculty of Health Sciences in the Department of Nursing. Her academic journey began with a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing at Mustafa Kemal University from 2010 to 2014, followed by a Master’s Degree in Public Health Nursing at Gaziantep University from 2014 to 2016. Driven by her passion for nursing, she continued her education and is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Nursing Fundamentals at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, demonstrating her commitment to advancing her knowledge and skills in the field. With a strong foundation in nursing and a dedication to research and academia, she aspires to make meaningful contributions to healthcare practices and education.

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Education:

She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing at Mustafa Kemal University from 2010 to 2014, followed by her Master’s Degree in Public Health Nursing at Gaziantep University from 2014 to 2016. Building upon her academic foundation, she pursued her Doctorate in Nursing Fundamentals at Eskisehir Osmangazi University from 2020 onwards. Throughout her educational journey, she has demonstrated a strong commitment to advancing her knowledge and skills in the field of nursing. With each degree, she has expanded her expertise and prepared herself for leadership roles in healthcare. Her dedication to continuous learning and professional development underscores her passion for improving healthcare practices and outcomes.

Experience:

She currently serves as a Research Assistant at Gaziantep Islamic Science and Technology University, specifically within the Faculty of Health Sciences in the Department of Nursing. Her role involves contributing to research activities and academic endeavors within the department. With a commitment to advancing healthcare knowledge and practices, she plays a vital role in supporting the faculty and students in their educational pursuits. Through her position, she aims to contribute meaningfully to the field of nursing and make a positive impact on healthcare delivery and outcomes.

Publications:

  1. Entrepreneurial characteristics and inclinations of nursing students Cited By : 9, Published By : 2019
  2. Determining the Effects of Ramadan Fasting on Risky Behaviors of Turkish Nursing Students Cited By : 1, Published By : 2023
  3. Assessment of the relationship between executive NursesÔÇÖ leadership Self-Efficacy and medical artificial intelligence readiness Published By : 2024
  4. Analysis of the Anxiety Sensitivity and Self-Management in Chronic Illness: Descriptive Research (Correlation Studies) Published By : 2023
  5. Hem┼čirelik ├ľ─črencilerinin Klinik Uygulamalara Y├Ânelik Tutumlar─▒ Published By : 2023
  6. Hem┼čirelik ├ľ─črencilerinin Hem┼čirelik Bak─▒m─▒nda Etik Tutumlar─▒n─▒n De─čerlendirilmesi Published By : 2023
  7. Hem┼čirelik ├ľ─črencilerinin Uzmanla┼čmaya Y├Ânelik Tutumlar─▒┬á ┬áPublished By : 2023
  8. Hem┼čirelik ├ľ─črencilerinin Mesleki Haz─▒r Olu┼čluk Alg─▒lar─▒n─▒n De─čerlendirilmesi┬áPublished By : 2023
  9. Covid 19 Pandemisinin Hem┼čirelerin T├╝kenmi┼člik ve ─░┼č Doyumu ├ťzerine Etkisinin De─čerlendirilmesi Published By : 2023
  10. Covid-19 Pandemi S├╝recinde Hem┼čirelik ├ľ─črencilerinin ├çevrimi├ži E─čitimi Sonras─▒ Hem┼čirelik Becerilerini Yerine Getirmede Ya┼čad─▒klar─▒ Sorunlar: Nitel Bir ├çal─▒┼čma Published By : 2023

Nalayini C M | Blockchain Machine learning and Deep Learning | Best Researcher Award

Nalayini C M | Blockchain Machine learning and Deep Learning | Best Researcher Award

Mrs Nalayini C M Velammal Engineering College, India

Mrs. C. M. Nalayini is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the department of Information Technology at Velammal Engineering College. Her teaching experience is 18.8 years in total. She is pursuing her Ph.D degree in Information and Communication Engineering at Anna University, Chennai, India. Her current research interest includes Network Security, Machine Learning, Deep Learning and Blockchain Technologies. She has published many books such as Programming in C, Data Structures, and published notes in vidyarthiplus for the welfare of the students. She has publishes many book chapters in Springer Lecture series. She has published many research articles in International journals and Conferences. She acted as resource person for various events such as Seminar on Cloud, Workshops on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Exploring Blockchain and Faculty Development Programs on Blockchain Technologies. She has also given Computer Trainings to various Government School Students for the welfare of the student community. She has completed courses such as CCNA, Network Security, Database Management Systems, Blockchain and its applications. She has conducted various events such as Seminars, Workshops, Faculty Development Programs, National Conference, Guest Lectures, Quiz Competitions and Project Competitions etc. She has won best paper award for the Blockchain research paper. Faculty Ambassador for the Hyperledger India Chapter Student Society-VEC chapter.

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Education:

Mrs. C. M. Nalayini is currently pursuing her Ph.D. degree in Information and Communication Engineering at Anna University, Chennai, India, while serving as an Assistant Professor in the department of Information Technology at Velammal Engineering College. With a total teaching experience of 18.8 years, she has dedicated herself to academic excellence. Her research interests lie in Network Security, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Blockchain Technologies. Mrs. Nalayini has authored several books, including “Programming in C” and “Data Structures,” and has contributed notes on vidyarthiplus for student welfare. She has also published numerous book chapters in the Springer Lecture series and research articles in international journals and conferences. Committed to sharing her knowledge, Mrs. Nalayini has served as a resource person for seminars, workshops, and faculty development programs on various topics, including Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, and Blockchain. She has also conducted computer training sessions for government school students, demonstrating her dedication to the broader community. Additionally, Mrs. Nalayini has completed courses in CCNA, Network Security, Database Management Systems, and Blockchain applications, further enhancing her expertise in the field.

Experience:

With 18.8 years of teaching experience, Mrs. C. M. Nalayini brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to her role as Assistant Professor in the department of Information Technology at Velammal Engineering College. Alongside her teaching responsibilities, Mrs. Nalayini is deeply engaged in research, currently pursuing her Ph.D. degree in Information and Communication Engineering at Anna University, Chennai, India. Her research interests span various domains, including Network Security, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, and Blockchain Technologies. Mrs. Nalayini is a prolific author, having published numerous books and book chapters, as well as research articles in international journals and conferences. She is actively involved in academic events, serving as a resource person for seminars, workshops, and faculty development programs. Mrs. Nalayini’s commitment to student welfare extends beyond the classroom, as evidenced by her efforts to provide computer training to government school students. Her dedication to advancing knowledge and fostering academic excellence has earned her recognition, including the prestigious Faculty Ambassador role for the Hyperledger India Chapter Student Society-VEC chapter and the Best Paper Award for her Blockchain research paper.

Publications:

  1. Intrusion Detection in Cyber Physical Systems Using Multichain, Malware Analysis and Intrusion Detection in Cyber-Physical Systems Published By : 2023
  2. A New IDS for Detecting DDoS Attacks in Wireless Networks using Spotted Hyena Optimization and Fuzzy Temporal CNN, Journal of Internet Technology Published By : 2023
  3. A Study on Digital Signature in Blockchain Technology Published By : 2023
  4. Placement Analysis for Students using Machine LearningÔÇŁ, ┬áJournal of Information Technology and Digital World Published By : 2023
  5. Biometric based Mobile Voting Application. Journal of Information Technology and Digital World Published By : 2023
  6. Identification of Leaf Disease Using Machine Learning AlgorithmÔÇöCNN”, Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems┬á┬á Published By : 2023
  7. Deterrence of Accident Using IoT”,Journal of Trends in Computer Science and Smart Technology Published By : 2023
  8. Detection and Analysis of Sentiments on Twitter Using Machine Learning Algorithm”, ┬áICSMDI 2022,Smart Data Intelligence. Algorithms for Intelligent Systems. Springer, Singapore Published By : 2022
  9. Identification and Detection of Credit Card Frauds Using CNN. In: Mishra, M., Kesswani, N., Brigui, I. (eds) Applications of Computational Intelligence in Management & Mathematics. ICCM 2022. Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics, vol 417. Springer, Cham Published By : 2023
  10. A Comparative Analysis of Standard Classifiers with CHDTC to Detect Credit Card Fraudulent Transactions. In: Sivasubramanian, A., Shastry, in Electrical Engineering, vol 792. Springer, Singapore Published By : 2022

Mariam Keshvari | Community Librarianship | Best Researcher Award

Mariam Keshvari | Community Librarianship | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr Mariam Keshvari University of Isfahan, Iran

With a focus on “Community Information Services,” “Library Marketing,” and “Scientometrics,” she delves into the intricate realms of information dissemination and scholarly evaluation. As an educator, she imparts her expertise through courses on Scientometrics, Outreach Services of Libraries, Community Information Services, Reference Services, Evaluation of Scientific Materials, and Scientific Indexes and Abstracts, nurturing a generation of information professionals adept at navigating the evolving landscape of knowledge dissemination and utilization.

Education:

She is Mariam Keshvari, currently serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Knowledge and Information Science at the University of Isfahan. With a profound academic background, she obtained her Master’s degree in Knowledge and Information Science (KIS) from Shahid Chamran University in 2009, laying a solid foundation for her scholarly pursuits. Driven by a passion for advancing her field, she pursued further studies and successfully completed her Ph.D. in Knowledge and Information Science (KIS) from the same institution in 2019, showcasing her dedication to academic excellence and specialization in her chosen domain. As an Assistant Professor, she brings her extensive expertise and research acumen to the forefront, enriching the academic environment at the University of Isfahan. Her contributions extend beyond the classroom, encompassing research endeavors and scholarly publications that contribute to the advancement of Knowledge and Information Science, thereby shaping the future of the field. With a commitment to excellence in both teaching and research, she continues to inspire and mentor the next generation of scholars in the vibrant landscape of information science.

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She dedicated fourteen years of her career as a librarian in public libraries across Lorestan province, Iran, from 2008 to 2022. Throughout this extensive tenure, she fervently championed the cause of literacy and reading promotion, especially in underprivileged regions, with a particular emphasis on enriching the lives of children and teenagers. Her efforts transcended conventional library services as she actively engaged in community outreach initiatives to instill a love for reading among the youth. Her commitment to storytelling as a powerful tool for nurturing imagination and fostering empathy earned her recognition as the top storyteller at Iran’s inaugural storytelling festival hosted by the Public Libraries Institution in 2019. Additionally, in 2017, amidst the aftermath of devastating floods in certain areas of Iran, she exemplified her dedication to literacy by spearheading reading and storytelling campaigns aimed at providing solace and support to the affected children and teenagers. Her unwavering passion for promoting reading culture and her tireless endeavors in leveraging literature to uplift communities underscore her profound impact as a librarian and advocate for literacy in Iran’s public libraries.

Publications:

  1. Co-authorship of Iranian researchers in science, social science, art and humanities citation indexes in the web of science between 2000 and 2006 Cited By : 57, Published By : 2010
  2. Modelling influential factors on customer loyalty in public libraries: a study of West Iran Cited By : 46, Published By : 2015
  3. Enhancing the loyalty of library customers using social media Cited By : 9, Published By : 2013
  4. Mapping Scientific Outputs of Public Libraries Using Co-word Network Analysis Cited By : 7, Published By : 2019
  5. Visualizing the structure of scientific output of Iranian scholars in Science Citation Index (SCI) during 2000-2006 Cited By : 6, Published By : 2010
  6. The Moderating Role of Customer Involvement in LibraryÔÇÖs Services in the Relationship between Perceived Value and Satisfaction with the Customer Loyalty to the Public Libraries┬áÔÇŽ┬áCited By : 4, Published By : 2015
  7. Participation of librarians in virtual social networks to provide services during the covid-19 epidemic (case study: librarians of public libraries in Tehran) Cited By : 2, Published By : 2023
  8. Identifying the strategic position of Iran’s public libraries in the encounter of the closure of face-to-face services due to the outbreak of Covid-19 virus by the SWOT method┬áCited By : 2, Published By : 2022
  9. Comparison of the ExpertsÔÇÖ Perspectives to SciVal DatabaseÔÇÖs FWCI Index in Identification of Top Authors (Case Study: Top Iranian Authors in Funda- mental Sciences Area from┬áÔÇŽ┬áCited By : 2, Published By : 2019
  10. Visualization of Hot Topics and Global Trends in Community Librarianship (With an Emphasis on the Role of Public Libraries) Published By : 2024

 

Khubaib Ahmed Qureshi | Machine Learning | Member

Khubaib Ahmed Qureshi | Machine Learning | Member

Dr Khubaib Ahmed Qureshi Institute of Business Management, Pakistan

Dr Khubaib Ahmed Qureshi received his PhD degree from DHA Suffa University. He worked with Twitter as a research partner. He is affiliated with the Department of Computer Science, IoBM, as an Assistant Professor. He served DHA Suffa University for 10 years and was also the Head of the Data Science Program. He was the Head of the Computer Science Department, HIMS, Hamdard University, Karachi. He has 24 years of comprehensive research and teaching experience, continuing research in the area of computer science named data science, complex networks, and social computing. He has authored several research articles along with chapters in different books.

Education:

He holds a Ph.D. in Data Science from DHA Suffa University, where he conducted research on “Automatic Credibility Assessment of Information over Social Networks,” achieving a commendable CGPA of 3.89. Prior to his doctoral studies, he earned an M. Phill in Data Engineering from SZABIST, securing the top position with a remarkable CGPA of 3.75. His academic journey includes a Master’s in Computer Science (M.C.S) specializing in Software Engineering from SZABIST, where he was recognized as a scholarship holder and awarded the gold medal for his outstanding performance, attaining a CGPA of 3.9. He also holds a Bachelor’s in Computer Science (B.C.S) from Petroman (SALU), where he excelled with a percentage of 76.94%. His educational foundation began with a Higher Secondary Certificate (HSC) in Pre-Engineering and a Secondary School Certificate (SSC) in Science from Karachi Board in 1993 and 1991, respectively.

Experience:

He is an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science Department, where he teaches a diverse range of subjects to undergraduate students, including Data Science, Social Network Analysis (SNA), Machine Learning (ML), Information Retrieval (IR), Database Management (DB), Operating Systems (OS), Information Technology and Communication (ITC), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Management Information Systems (MIS), Software Engineering (SE), and Programming Fundamentals, among others. Additionally, he serves as a Technology Consultant for Corbit Solutions, a technology solution provider, offering his expertise in various technological domains. Moreover, he holds the role of Technical Advisor at DAW Medical University, where he advises on the Digital Research Library Project. Prior to his current positions, he served as the Head of the IT Department and Associate Professor at Hamdard University’s Hamdard Institute of Management Sciences (HIMS) from December 1999 to August 2013. During his tenure at HIMS, he taught subjects like Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Supply Chain Management (SCM), Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) with Oracle Financials, Business Intelligence, Visual Basic (V.B), Relational Database Management Systems (RDBMS), Oracle/Developer, System Analysis and Design (SAD), Management Information Systems (MIS), Microsoft Access (MS Access), Decision Support Systems (DSS), Management Support Systems (MSS), Information Technology in Business, and Operating Systems (OS) to MBA/BBA students, while also providing various services to the institute.

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Ephrem Yohannes | Medical Research | Member

Ephrem Yohannes | Medical Research | Member

Assist Prof Dr Ephrem Yohannes Ambo University, Ethiopia

He graduated with a BSc degree in Midwifery with distinction, achieving a cumulative grade point average of 3.86 out of 4.00 in 2015. Recognized for his outstanding performance, he was awarded a gold medal and recruited as an Assistant Lecturer at Wollo University, where he earned his first degree. In 2019, he completed a Master of Science degree in maternity and neonatal nursing with an exceptional GPA of 3.99 out of 4.00 from Haramaya University, with his research thesis rated as excellent (A). Currently serving as a Senior Lecturer, Researcher, and Academic Vice Dean Affairs at Ambo University College of Medicine and Health Sciences, he boasts extensive research experience, having published 13 peer-reviewed papers, five of which he is the first author. Possessing strong management and analytic skills, he excels in conducting systematic reviews, meta-analyses, and various statistical analyses. Committed to leveraging education to make a positive impact, he is dedicated to giving back to his community and contributing to societal advancement.

Education:

He obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Midwifery from Wollo University, Ethiopia, achieving an impressive CGPA of 3.86 out of 4.00 during the period from September 2011 to July 2015. Subsequently, he pursued further academic excellence and completed a Master’s degree in maternity and neonatal nursing at Haramaya University, Ethiopia, where he attained an outstanding CGPA of 3.99 out of 4.00. His academic journey reflects his dedication to learning and his commitment to achieving excellence in his field of study. Throughout his education, he demonstrated a strong work ethic and a passion for his chosen field, consistently excelling in both coursework and research endeavors. His exceptional academic performance is a testament to his diligence, intelligence, and perseverance. With a solid foundation in midwifery and advanced expertise in maternity and neonatal nursing, he is well-equipped to make significant contributions to the healthcare sector. He is poised to embark on a fulfilling career path, driven by a desire to make a positive impact on maternal and child health outcomes in his community and beyond.

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Experience :

He has been actively involved in various educational initiatives aimed at enhancing the knowledge and skills of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of healthcare. From 2015 to 2019, he led community-based education and team training programs for students in Medicine and Health Sciences, providing them with valuable hands-on experience and practical insights into healthcare delivery. Additionally, he has facilitated courses on Obstetrics, Gynecology, Neonatology, Family Planning, Reproductive Health, and Research Methodology for undergraduate Midwifery and Nursing students, equipping them with the necessary expertise to excel in their future careers. Moreover, he has spearheaded Advanced Maternal Health courses for Master of Science students, enabling them to delve deeper into complex topics related to maternal care. His commitment to student development is further evident through his involvement in advising, supervising, and mentoring MSc and MPH students in their research theses, guiding them through the research process and nurturing their academic growth. With his extensive experience and expertise, he continues to make significant contributions to the education and training of healthcare professionals, shaping the future of the healthcare workforce.

Publications:

  1. Low neonatal pain management practices and associated factors among nurses and midwives working in governmental hospitals of central Ethiopia 2021 Cited By : 9, Published By 2023

  2. Concomitant use of medicinal plants and pharmaceutical drugs among pregnant women in southern Ethiopia 2021 Cited By : 14, Published By 2023

  3. Compliance level toward COVID-19 preventive measures and associated factors among the Ambo University community, 2021   Cited By : 5, Published By 2022

  4. Magnitude of cesarean-section and associated factors among diabetic mothers in Tikur Anbessa Specialized Hospital, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study Cited By : 1, Published By 2022

  5. Human papillomavirus vaccination uptake and its associated factors among adolescent school girls in Ambo town, Oromia region, Ethiopia, 2020 Cited By : 18, Published By 2022

  6. Dual contraceptive utilization and associated factors among reproductive-age women on anti-retroviral therapy at hospitals in central Ethiopia Cited By : 1, Published By 2021