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ICMSSM2018 are sincerely inviting plenary speakers!

Joining as one of the plenary speakers in ICMSSM2018, you can attend this conference for free, including the conference documents, lunch, banquet, present, and coffee break during the conference.

If you would like to join us, please send us your CV by email: cfp@icmssm.org

 

  • By Prof. Lee D. Wilson

    Speech Title:“Development of Responsive Biopolymer Materials for Environmental Contaminants”

    Wilson is an Associate Professor with the Department of Chemistry at the University of Saskatchewan with research interests that cover diverse areas of physical chemistry, materials science and environmental chemistry. Current efforts are focused on the development of new biopolymer materials for studies related to molecular recognition and interfacial phenomena. This research contributes significantly to adsorption science and technology that relate to important questions relevant to human health, water security, and energy security.

  • By Dr. Mohan Reddy Moola

    Speech Title:“TPerformance of newly developed end mills on advanced materials”

    Dr. Mohan Reddy Moola working as a Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering Department, Curtin University Sarawak Campus. He obtained his PhD (Manufacturing area) from Curtin University and Master Degree (Mechanical Systems, Dynamics and Control) from I.I.T. Kharagpur. He has been involved in teaching, research, and students’ supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate level for the last 17 years. His current research focused on the machining of advanced materials and ceramics. He has more than 30 publications in reputable international journals and conference proceedings. He is the project leader for couple of funded projects by the Ministry of Higher Education, (MOHE), Malaysia.

  • By Ms. Amany Moustafa Gouda

    Speech Title:“Formation mechanism of periodic nanograting structure under the effect of relativistic and nonrelativistic laser beam”

    Ms. Amany Moustafa Gouda is a PhD student in Nagoya university , Japan. She is working in the Egyptian Atomic Energy Authority from 2006 until now. Her Ph. D work has covered the simulation studies for formation mechanism of periodic nanograting structure by using a relativistic and nonrelativistic laser beam. She could publish in different topics due to her experience in plasma physics and its related applications such plasma accelerators, plasma role in forming periodic nanograting structure, etc. MS. Amany has remarkable publications in IEEE, Journal of Plasma Science and Technology, Appl. Phys. A, Plasma and Fusion Research.

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