Prof. Haiming Luo
Professor of Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong University
of Science and Technology (HUST), China
Neurodegenerative Diseases, Nerve Regeneration, In Vitro Diagnostics, Optical Imaging of Neurotumors, Alzheimer's Disease and Glioma
Prof. Haiming Luo is a full professor at the Britton Chance Center for Biomedical Photonics, Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), China. From October 2013/10 to 2015/10, he was post-doctoral in the University of Wisconsin-Madison (Tutor: Prof. Weibo Cai). From 2015/10 to 2018/03, his post-doctoral training was in the Massachusetts General Hospital (Tutor: Annie W. Chan) . From 2016/10 to 2018/03, he worked in the McGovern Institute for Brain Research (Tutor: Professor Feng Guoping). Since 2018/04, he has been working in the Wuhan National Laboratory for Optoelectronics. His awards includes the The Youth Thousand Talents Plan and China's Military (2018); The 8th batch of youth programs of the Hundred Talents Program in Hubei Province (2018); Alavi Mandell Award from Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging (2016-2017); Young Scientist Award of the Chinese American SNMMI (2016); Radiopharmaceutical Sciences Council (RPSC) travel grant (2015); Excellent Doctoral Dissertation of Hubei Province (2014).
Prof. Jinbo Pang
Professor of Chemistry and Materials Science, Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research (iAIR), University of Jinan (UJN), China
Wafer-scale controlled growth of two-dimensional materials and their electronic and optoelectronic device applications, Precise control in synthesis of 2D materials such as graphene, WSe2 and assembly of their van der Waals heterostructures, gas sensors, supercapacitors, thin film solar cells, pulsed lasers, electronic skin, and wearable electronics.
Prof Dr Jinbo Pang directed his research to wafer-scale controlled growth of two-dimensional materials and their electronic and optoelectronic device applications in University of Jinan since 2018. He graduated from Qingdao University (Bachelor) in 2008 (Electronics), Nankai University (Master) in 2011 (microelectronics and solid state electronics), University of Wuerzburg (Research Associate in Physical Chemistry) (2011-2013), Technische Universität Dresden (Germany) (PhD) in 2017 in materials science with thermal deposition approaches for graphene growth. After his study of two-dimensional materials transition metal dichalcogenides in IFW Dresden as a post doctorate, he joined Institute for Advanced Interdisciplinary Research (iAIR), University of Jinan, China as an assistant professor (in 2018) and associate professor (since 2022). This led to the award of Natural Science Fund for Excellent Young Scholars of Shandong Province. He also hosts a NSFC grant and other two funding. Dr. Pang served as a member of Youth Editorial Board of the journal eScience (published by Elsevier) , Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering (by Springer), InfoMat (by Wiley), Brain-X (by Wiley), Tungsten (by Springer), and Chinese Journal of Structural Chemistry (by Elsevier). He has served in organizing and scientific/academic/program committee/TPC and co-chair of several international conferences. He has published over 70 journal papers with a total citation of 4468, an h index of 35 (until Feb 21, 2023). Website: http://faculty.ujn.edu.cn/pangjinbo/en and https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6965-4166 andhttps://www.webofscience.com/wos/author/rid/B-3972-2010
Prof. Martin Becker
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology, Germany
Research in Optics, Materials Science, Laser, Photonics, Optics and Photonics, Nonlinear Optics, Optoelectronics, Optical Physics, Optics and Lasers, Applied Optics
Martin Becker is a staff scientist at the Institute of Photonic Technology (IPHT), Jena. He received his diploma degree (Dipl. Phys.) of the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Würzburg, Germany in 1998 on Raman spectroscopy of semiconductors. Then, he joined the Group of Optical Fibers at IPHT, Jena, Germany, where graduated (Dr. rer. nat.) in 2006 at the faculty of Physics and Astronomy of the Friedrich Schiller University of Jena. During this period he specialized on the development of Bragg gratings-based optical components in fibers and planar wave guide structures for optical telecommunication. Since, he extended the fiber Bragg grating manufacturing technology to unique materials and operation wavelengths. Currently, he focuses on novel fiber optic devices for high power fiber lasers applications as well as for optical fiber sensors for structural health monitoring, chemical sensing, and biomedical sensing applications.