ICIEM 2021 Keynote Speakers
Dr. Prof. A.P. Zhukov graduated in 1980 from the Physics-Chemistry Department of the Moscow Steel and Alloys Institute (presently National University of Science and Technology). In 1988 he received Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Solid State Physics (Chernogolovka) of the Russian Academy of Science, in 2010- Doctor of Science (habilitation) in Moscow State “Lomonosov” University. Present employment: Ikerbasque Research professor at the Advanced Polymers and Materials of the University of Basque Country, Spain. He has published more than 600 referred papers in the international journals (total number of citations of A. Zhukov’s papers, updated October 12, 2020: 9024, Citation H-index = 51). A. Zhukov, edited conference proceedings, chaired Donostia International Conference on Nanoscaled Magnetism (DICNMA), III Joint European Magnetic Symposia, Donostia International Workshop on Energy, Materials and Nanotechnology – DINEMN, 7-th International Workshop on Magnetic Wires (2015), 24th International Symposium on Metastable, Amorphous and Nanostructured Materials (ISMANAM 2017), few sessions at MMM and Intermag Conferences, gave a number of plenary, keynote and invited talks at few international conferences. He is an associate Editor of IEEE Magnetic letters and International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems, member of several editorial boards and various committees of International Conferences. A. Zhukov edited two books: “Novel Functional Magnetic Materials” and “High Performance Soft Magnetic Materials”, wrote two books: “Magnetic properties and applications of ferromagnetic microwires with amorphous and nanocrystalline structure” and “Magnetic sensors based on thin magnetically soft wires with tuneable magnetic properties and its applications”, few book chapters (i.e. for the Handbook of Magnetic Materials ed. by Prof. K. Buschow).
Prof. Perova completed her PhD at Leningrad State University in 1979. She joined the staff of Vavilov State Optical Institute (St. Petersburg, Russia) in 1979, where she was involved in the characterization of condensed matter using far-infrared and Raman spectroscopy. In 1998 Prof. Perova took a position of the Research Director of Microelectronic Technology Laboratory (MTL) at Trinity College Dublin and from 2007 she is the Director of MTL. Since 2011 she is a Fellow of Trinity College Dublin and since 2013 she is a Fellow Emeritus. Prof. Perova’s research interests are principally related to the optical characterization of condensed matter, with an emphasis on the analysis of the composition, stoichiometry, molecular orientation, stress and strain in amorphous solids, liquid crystals, photonic crystals and semiconductors. She has over 270 publications in books and referred journals. Prof. Perova has given numerous invited talks at Universities and Research Institutes in Europe, Russia, Australia and Mexico and several invited and keynote talks at International Conferences. Prof. Perova is acting as a Reviewer Editor for the journal Frontiers: Frontiers in Materials and is a member of the Editorial Board of Asian Chemistry Letters journal.
Dr. Vera Galishnikova is the Prorector of the Moscow State University of Civil Engineering and a visiting professor of the Department of Civil Engineering of the RUDN University. She serves as an Academician since 1991. In the past Dr. Galishnikova served in Volgograd State University of Architecture & Civil Engineering (Russia) and Michigan State University (USA). Prof. Vera Galishnikova took her engineering education in Saratov State Polytechnic Institute (Saratov, Russia), and specialized in Civil Engineering. She received her first PhD degree from the Moscow Institute of Civil Engineering in 1991, and in 2004 second PhD degree from the Michigan State University. Prof. Galishnikova received her DSc degree from the Supreme Attestation Commission of Russian Federation in 2016. Computational Civil Engineering; Building information modelling; Topological computer models of buildings; Computational mechanics of complex steel structural systems – latticed plates and shells, thin-walled plate and plate-rod structures; Nonlinear finite element analysis of space frames; Nonlinear stability of structures; Structural renovation and complex modernization of buildings etc. are the main fields of her research. She is member of some professional and academic societies, such as American Society of Civil Engineers (USA), Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for International Scholars (USA) etc., and President of the Society of Academician of Fundamental and Applied Sciences (Russia).
Vatin a professor of the Peter the Great Polytechnic University.
He graduated from the Leningrad Polytechnic Institute in 1977.
He received his PhD degree in Technical Sciences in 1986, and in
2001 he received the Doctor of Science in Engineering degree
from the Supreme Attestation Commission of Russian Federation.
His research interests include construction materials,
construction technology, structural engineering, environmental
engineering etc. Prof. Vatin is the author of more than 200
research articles (Scopus H-index = 28). He is a member of the
Russian Academy of Natural Science, Advisor of the Society of
Academician of Fundamental and Applied Sciences (Russia), the
founder and the editor-in-chief of Magazine of Civil
Engineering, and a reviewer of many renowned Scopus and Web of
Science indexed international journals published by Springer,
Arcady Zhukov is an Ikerbasque Research professor at the University of Basque Country, Spain. He was graduated in 1980 from the Moscow Steel and Alloys Institute (presently National University of Science and Technology). In 1988 he received Ph.D. degree from the Institute of Solid State Physics of the Russian Academy of Science, in 2010- Doctor of Science (habilitation) in Moscow State “Lomonosov” University. After postdoctoral stay at the Insituto de Magnetismo Aplicado, he obtained a Ramón y Cajal Fellowship and permanently joined the Ikerbasque in 2011. Fields of interest: amorphous and nanostructured magnetic materials, giant magnetoimpedance, giant magnetoresistance, sensors. He has published above 500 papers and 4 books (H-index = 43).
Alexandrov is a Visiting Professor at Beihang University
(Beijing, China) under the program “Recruitment Program for
Global Experts” (“1000 Talent Plan”) and a Research Professor at
the Laboratory for Technological Processes of the Institute for
Problems in Mechanics of the Russian Academy of Sciences. He
received his Ph.D. in Physics and Mathematics in 1990 and D.Sc.
in Physics and Mathematics in 1994. He worked as a Professor at
Moscow Aviation Technology Technical University (Russia), a
Visiting Scientist at ALCOA Technical Center (USA), GKSS
Research Centre (Germany) and Seoul National University (South
Korea), and was a Visiting Professor at Aveiro University
(Portugal), University of Besancon (France) and Technical
University of Malaysia (Malaysia). He is a member of the Russian
National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. Sergei
Alexandrov has published more than 400 papers in journals, books
and conference proceedings, including three monographs and
around 230 papers in journals indexed in the Web of Science. He
has participated in the scientific committee of several
international conferences and served as a reviewer in a wide
range of international journals. He is on the editorial board of
several journals including Continuum Mechanics and
Thermodynamics (Springer) and Structural Engineering and
Mechanics (Technopress). His research areas are plasticity
theory, fracture mechanics, and their applications to metal
forming and structural mechanics.
Jianyong Ouyang received his PhD, master and bachelor degrees
from the Institute for Molecular Science in Japan, the Institute
of Chemistry of the Chinese Academy of Science, and the Tsinghua
university in Beijing, respectively. He worked as an assistant
professor at the Japanese Advanced Institute of Science and
Technology and a postdoctoral researcher at the University of
California, Los Angeles (UCLA) before joining the National
University of Singapore (NUS) as an assistant professor in 2006.
He was promoted to associate professor in 2012. His research
interests include flexible electronics and energy materials and
devices. He invented the first polymer-nanoparticle resistive
memory, and his lab at NUS continuously reported world-record
conductivities and thermoelectric properties of solution-processable
intrinsically conductive polymers.