Assist Prof Dr. Jinlong Tian | Food Chemistry | Best Researcher Award | 1155

Assist Prof Dr. Jinlong Tian | Food Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Jinlong Tian, Shenyang Agricultural University, China

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📚 Early Academic Pursuits

Jinlong Tian embarked on his academic journey at the School of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Shenyang Pharmaceutical University, where he completed his Bachelor of Science degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine from September 2007 to June 2011. He continued his studies at the same institution, earning a Master of Science degree in Chemistry of Natural Products from September 2011 to June 2014. Jinlong’s academic dedication culminated in a Doctor of Science degree in Chemistry of Natural Products, which he received from Shenyang Pharmaceutical University in June 2017.

💼 Professional Endeavors

Jinlong Tian began his professional career as a Research Associate at The First Affiliated Hospital of China Medical University in the Central Laboratory from July 2017 to December 2017. In January 2018, he transitioned to Shenyang Agricultural University, where he served as a Lecturer in the College of Food Science. His contributions and expertise led to his current roles as an Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Provincial Key Laboratory, where he continues to excel in the field of Food Science and Engineering.

🔬CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESEARCH FOCUS

  • Jinlong Tian’s research is characterized by his expertise in chromatography, NMR spectroscopy, molecular docking simulation, and homologous protein modeling. His proficiency with research office software, such as Office, Origin, GraphPad Prism, SigmaPlot, and SPSS, enhances his analytical capabilities. Jinlong’s research projects span diverse topics, including the chemical constituents and bioactivity of Portulaca oleracea L., the chemical constituents from Croton crassifolius and their biological activities, the stability of non-covalent interactions between proteins and blueberry anthocyanins, and the molecular interaction and quality control of characteristic components of carbohydrates under chemical processing conditions.

🌟Impact and Influence

  • Jinlong Tian’s work has made significant contributions to the fields of traditional Chinese medicine, natural products chemistry, and food science. His research on the chemical constituents and bioactivity of various plants has led to the isolation and elucidation of numerous novel compounds with potential therapeutic applications. His studies on the interaction between proteins and anthocyanins, as well as the molecular interactions in food processing, have implications for improving food quality and safety.

 📖 ACADEMIC CITES

Jinlong Tian’s scholarly work has been recognized and cited in numerous academic journals and publications. His research findings have contributed to the broader scientific community’s understanding of natural products, their bioactivities, and their applications in medicine and food science. His publications have served as valuable references for other researchers in the field.

📊 RESEARCH PROJECTS

Jinlong has led and participated in multiple research projects, including studies on the bioactive compounds of Portulaca oleracea L., Croton crassifolius, and the stability of blueberry anthocyanins. His projects have focused on the isolation of novel compounds, their bioactivity, and their potential applications in medicine and food science.

🌍 LEGACY AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS

Jinlong Tian’s legacy in the academic and research community is marked by his dedication to advancing scientific knowledge and his contributions to various research projects. His ongoing work in the College of Food Science at Shenyang Agricultural University continues to push the boundaries of food science and engineering. Jinlong’s future contributions are expected to further enhance the understanding of molecular interactions in food processing and the development of innovative methods for quality control in complex matrices.

📰PUBLICATIONS

    • pH-Dependent interactions between β-casein and blueberry anthocyanins based on typical thermal processing conditions: Stability, structural characterization, and binding mechanisms
      • Authors: Xin, M., Wang, L., He, Y., Tian, J., Li, B.
      • Journal: Food Hydrocolloids
    • Optimizing anthocyanin Oral delivery: Effects of food biomacromolecule types on Nanocarrier performance for enhanced bioavailability
      • Authors: Yuan, Y., Hu, Y., Huang, J., Li, B., Li, Y.
      • Journal: Food Chemistry
    • Research progress on mechanism of type 2 diabetes mellitus induced by high fructose intake and targets and pathways of traditional Chinese medicine polysaccharides in alleviating type 2 diabetes mellitus
      • Authors: Zhang, J., Dong, M., Guo, N., Yang, Y., Shi, Y.
      • Journal: Chinese Traditional and Herbal Drugs
    • Potential of Milk-Derived Extracellular Vesicles as Carriers for Oral Delivery of Active Phytoconstituents
      • Authors: Jiang, Q., Liu, Y., Si, X., Dong, W., Li, B.
      • Journal: Annual Review of Food Science and Technology
    • Food-Oral Processing: Current Progress, Future Directions, and Challenges
      • Authors: Wang, Y., Xin, M., Li, Z., Tian, J., Li, B.
      • Journal: Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry

Dr. Umer Hayat | Plant Protection | Best Researcher Award | 1153

Dr. Umer Hayat | Plant Protection | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Umer Hayat , Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University , China

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🌱 Early Academic Pursuits

Umer Hayat embarked on his academic journey with a strong foundation in agriculture and forestry. He completed his Bachelor’s in Agriculture (Forestry) from the University College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha, Sargodha, Pakistan, from September 2013 to June 2017. This was followed by a Master’s in Forestry from Beijing Forestry University, where he focused on predicting the potential distribution of Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel) under current and future climate scenarios using the CLIMEX model, from September 2017 to June 2020. Continuing his pursuit of knowledge, he is currently completing his PhD in Forestry at Beijing Forestry University, evaluating the impact of climate change on the global distribution and damage assessment of Aeolesthes sarta (SLB), with a focus on Pakistan, from September 2020 to June 2024.

🌟 Professional Endeavors

Umer Hayat has gained extensive professional experience in various academic and research roles. He served as a Visiting Lecturer of Forestry at the College of Agriculture, University of Sargodha (UOS), Pakistan, from 26th September 2022 to 22nd February 2023, and at the University of Punjab (PU), Lahore, Pakistan, from 31st May 2021 to 16th October 2021. He also worked as an Exam Invigilator for multiple examinations at Ambalal Muslim College, Sargodha, Pakistan, and briefly as a Sales Assistant at Stationary Distribution in Sargodha. During the last year of his postgraduate studies, he was a Teacher Assistant at Beijing Forestry University, delivering lectures on invasive pest biology to international and Chinese students. He participated in the Go Global summer school project in 2019, representing Beijing Forestry University as an international student scholar. His early professional experience includes a Forest Working Plan (FWP) in the Chir-Pine Forest of Ghora-Gali, Murree, Pakistan, focusing on various aspects of forest inventory and vegetation assessment.

🌍 Impact and Influence

  • Umer Hayat’s work has had a profound impact on forestry practices and pest management strategies, especially in the context of climate change. His research findings have provided valuable insights into the potential risks posed by invasive pests under changing climatic conditions, aiding in the development of more effective and sustainable management practices.

🔍 Academic Cites

  • Umer Hayat’s research is highly cited in the field of forestry and environmental science, reflecting the relevance and importance of his work. His contributions have been acknowledged by peers and have influenced subsequent research in the domain of forest pest management and climate change adaptation.

🌠 Legacy and Future Contributions

  • Umer Hayat’s legacy in forestry research is marked by his pioneering studies on pest distribution and climate change impacts. His future contributions are expected to continue shaping the field, with ongoing research aimed at developing innovative solutions for sustainable forest management and pest control. His work serves as a foundation for future studies and policy-making in environmental conservation and forestry.

🎖️ Awards and Certificates

Umer Hayat has been recognized for his academic and athletic achievements. He was named Best Student of 2023 and BFU Academic Star 2023 by Beijing Forestry University. He also received awards for his athletic prowess, securing 5th position in the Men’s Single Badminton Cup 2023, 3rd position in the Men’s 200m race 2023, and 2nd position in the Men’s Football Cup 2023 at Beijing Forestry University. Additionally, he earned the Saihanba Spirit Award and various certificates for his participation in international student associations and conferences, including the International Beijing Marathon and Hiking Competition 2019 and the Imperial Garden Cup 2019.

🌐 Presentations and Conferences

Umer Hayat has actively participated in and contributed to numerous conferences and presentations. He presented the 15th goal, ‘Life on Land,’ of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at the World Youth Development Forum 2023 in Beijing, China. He also presented his research article titled “A response of tropical tree Terminalia arjuna (Arjun) seeds and seedlings towards the pre-sowing seed treatment in the forest nursery of Sargodha, Pakistan” at the 7th China Forestry Science Conference in Nanjing, China, where he won 1st prize for the title and abstract of the paper. Umer has attended several other prestigious conferences, such as the 8th China Forestry Academic Science Conference hosted by North-East Forestry University in Harbin, China, and the 7th China Forestry Science Conference. Additionally, he has been an active participant in seminars organized by the Chinese Academy of Forestry and the National Grassland and Forestry Administration Department in Beijing, China.

📰PUBLICATIONS

    • Association of the Female Flight Ability of Asian Spongy Moths (Lymantria dispar asiatica) with Locality, Age and Mating: A Case Study from China
      • Authors: M. Akram, U. Hayat, J. Shi, S. A. Anees
      • Journal: Forests
    • Variation in the potential distribution of Agrotis ipsilon (Hufnagel) globally and in Pakistan under current and future climatic conditions.
      • Authors: U. Hayat, H. Qin, J. Zhao, M. Akram, J. Shi, Z. Ya
      • Journal: Plant Protection Science
    • City longhorn beetle (Aeolesthes sarta): A review of the species, its distribution, ecology, damage, prevention and control
      • Authors: U. Hayat
      • Journal: Journal of Forest Science
    • Evaluation of growing stock, biomass and soil carbons and their association with a diameter: A case study from a planted Chir pine (Pinus roxburghii) forest
      • Authors: I. Khan, U. Hayat, A. Mujahid, A. Majid, A. Chaudhary, M. T. Badshah, J. Huang
      • Journal: Applied Ecology and Environmental Research
    • Comparative study determining the impacts of broadleaved and Needle leaved forest harvesting on hydrology and water yield: State of knowledge and research outlook
      • Authors: T. J. A. Frooqi, U. Hayat, M. Roman, H. Abbas, S. Hussain
      • Journal: International Journal of Biological Sciences

Dr. Xuchao Guo | Smart agriculture | Best Researcher Award | 1146

Dr. Xuchao Guo | Smart agriculture | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xuchao Guo, Shandong Agricultural University , China

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EARLY ACADEMIC PURSUITS🎓

Dr. Guo’s academic journey began with his pursuit of a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Technology at China Agricultural University, from which he graduated in 2022. His early academic endeavors were marked by significant achievements, including his selection for the prestigious China Scholarship Council’s joint doctoral student training program in 2020. This opportunity allowed him to gain invaluable international experience and broaden his research horizons.

PROFESSIONAL ENDEAVORS🏢

Currently, Dr. Guo is employed in the Department of Computer Science at the School of Information Science and Engineering, Shandong Agricultural University. His professional endeavors are focused on teaching, mentoring, and conducting cutting-edge research. As an associate professor and master’s supervisor, he plays a crucial role in shaping the next generation of computer science professionals.

CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESEARCH FOCUS🧪

  • Dr. Guo’s research lies at the intersection of natural language processing, multimodal knowledge graph construction, and computer vision. His notable contributions have earned him a position as a reviewer for prestigious journals such as Expert Systems with Applications, Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, and IEEE Transactions on Artificial Intelligence. His work has significantly advanced the field of agricultural intelligence and technology.

 IMPACT AND INFLUENCE🌐

  • Dr. Guo has accumulated over 20 publications, with 9 papers as the first or corresponding author. His work includes 6 SCI papers, three of which are in the Chinese Academy of Sciences Zone 1 with a single impact factor of 8.3, and 3 EI papers. His research has made a substantial impact on the scientific community and has been widely recognized for its innovation and applicability.

 ACADEMIC CITATIONS 📰

    1. Yao, X., Hao, X., Liu, R., Guo, X. (2024). AgCNER, the First Large-Scale Chinese Named Entity Recognition Dataset for Agricultural Diseases and Pests. Sci Data, 11, 769. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41597-024-03578-5. (SCI, Corresponding author)
    2. 王鲁, 刘瑞麟, 黄敬中, 郭旭超. (2024). 基于 CNN-Transformer 的农作物病虫害知识问答意图识别与槽位填充联合模型. 农业工程学报. http://kns.cnki.net/kcms/detail/11.2047.S.20240625.1507.054.html. (EI, Corresponding author)
    3. Hao X, Wang L, Zhu H, Guo X. (2023). Joint agricultural intent detection and slot filling based on enhanced heterogeneous attention mechanism. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 207, 107756. (SCI, Corresponding author)
    4. Guo X, Lu S, Tang Z, et al. (2022). CG-ANER: Enhanced contextual embeddings and glyph features-based agricultural named entity recognition. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 194, 106776. (SCI)
    5. Guo X, Hao X, Tang Z, et al. (2021). Ace-adp: adversarial contextual embeddings based named entity recognition for agricultural diseases and pests. Agriculture, 11(10), 912. (SCI)

LEGACY AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS🌟

  • Currently, Dr. Guo is leading a Natural Science Youth Fund project in Shandong Province. He is also actively participating in several high-profile projects, including the National Science and Technology Innovation 2030 New Generation Artificial Intelligence Major Project and the 13th Five-Year Plan National Key Research and Development Project. These projects highlight his commitment to advancing the field of artificial intelligence and its applications in agriculture.

REVIEWER FOR PRESTIGIOUS JOURNALS🌍

Dr. Guo’s expertise and contributions have been recognized through his role as a reviewer for several prestigious journals, including:

  • Expert Systems with Applications
  • Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
  • IEEE Transactions on Artificial Intelligence

EDITORIAL AND COLLABORATIONS📋

  • Dr. Blala is an Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications (IJMEA). His collaborative efforts extend across various research institutions and industries, enhancing the development and application of innovative engineering solutions.

CURRENT PROJECTS🔬

  • Leading a Natural Science Youth Fund project in Shandong Province
  • Participating in the National Science and Technology Innovation 2030 New Generation Artificial Intelligence Major Project
  • Involved in the 13th Five-Year Plan National Key Research and Development Project
NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
  1. Chinese agricultural diseases and pests named entity recognition with multi-scale local context features and self-attention mechanism

    • Authors: X. Guo, H. Zhou, J. Su, X. Hao, Z. Tang, L. Diao
    • Journal: Computers and Electronics in Agriculture
    • Volume: Not specified
    • Issue: Not specified
    • Pages: Not specified
    • Year: 2020
  2. A new trend of quantum image representations

    • Authors: J. Su, X. Guo, C. Liu, L. Li
    • Journal: IEEE Access
    • Volume: Not specified
    • Issue: Not specified
    • Pages: Not specified
    • Year: 2020
  3. An improved novel quantum image representation and its experimental test on IBM quantum experience

    • Authors: J. Su, X. Guo, C. Liu, S. Lu, L. Li
    • Journal: Scientific Reports
    • Volume: Not specified
    • Issue: Not specified
    • Pages: Not specified
    • Year: 2021
  4. Community detection based on genetic algorithm using local structural similarity

    • Authors: X. Guo, J. Su, H. Zhou, C. Liu, J. Cao, L. Li
    • Journal: IEEE Access
    • Volume: Not specified
    • Issue: Not specified
    • Pages: Not specified
    • Year: 2019

Dr. Hamza Blala | Fiber Metal Laminates | Best Researcher Award | 1141

Dr. Hamza Blala | Fiber Metal Laminates | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Hamza Blala, Intelligent Aerospace Manufacturing (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd., China

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EARLY ACADEMIC PURSUITS🎓

Dr. Hamza Blala embarked on his academic journey with a robust focus on mechanical engineering. He earned his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Beihang University in Beijing, where he specialized in composite materials and aerospace structures. His doctoral studies laid a strong foundation for his future contributions to advanced manufacturing processes and materials science.

PROFESSIONAL ENDEAVORS🏢

Dr. Blala is currently serving as a Research and Development Engineer at Intelligent Aerospace Manufacturing (Beijing) Technology Co., Ltd. In this role, he drives innovations in the automotive and aerospace sectors. His career is marked by significant roles, including Director of Mechanical Design Engineering at Zhongye Yulu Agricultural Technology Group and Research Professor at the Algerian Space Agency. These positions have honed his expertise in mechanical design and advanced manufacturing.

CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESEARCH FOCUS🧪

  • Dr. Blala’s research is centered on advanced manufacturing processes, specifically in the design and optimization of fibre metal laminates (FMLs). His work includes developing lightweight structures through new techniques such as hot metal gas forming and hybrid structures. These innovations are crucial for enhancing performance and efficiency in aerospace and automotive applications.

Completed/Ongoing Research Projects🔬

  • Hot metal gas forming technology. (Ongoing)
  • Hybrid high-pressure die casting technology. (Ongoing)
  • Metal‑polymer hybrid for load‑bearing body‑in‑white structural components. (Ongoing)
  • (2020-2022) Design, analysis, and manufacturing of a new concept of experimental rocket subsystems. (Completed)
  • (2021-2022) Li-ion Battery for Space Missions, Mechanical Design and Analysis. (Completed)

 IMPACT AND INFLUENCE🌐

  • Dr. Blala’s prolific research output, evidenced by numerous publications, underscores his commitment to advancing engineering solutions. His citation index includes 136 citations, with an H-index of 7 and an I10-index of 7. These metrics reflect the significant impact of his work in the academic and professional communities.

Journals Published 📰

    1. Investigation of the Impact of Thermo-Stamping, Fiber Orientation, and Metal Thickness on the Formability of Fiber Metal Laminates. Appl Compos Mater (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10443-024-10250-z
    2. Advances and applications of metal-polymer hybrid for load-bearing body-in-white structural components: a comprehensive review. The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology (2024): 1-35.
    3. Evolution of hot metal gas forming (HMGF) technologies and its applications: a review. Int J Adv Manuf Technol 131, 3441–3466 (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00170-024-13289-1

ACADEMIC CITATION📚

Dr. Blala’s academic contributions are well-recognized in the field, with a notable presence in high-impact journals. His research articles span topics from thermo-stamping and fibre orientation to the advancements in metal-polymer hybrid structures. His work is frequently cited by peers, furthering the collective knowledge in mechanical engineering and materials science.

LEGACY AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS🌟

  • Dr. Blala has received several prestigious awards, including the Excellent International Graduate Student Award from Beihang University in 2021, the Excellent Study Prize in 2019 and 2020, and the Innovation Prize from Batna University in 2014. His ongoing research projects and professional endeavors continue to push the boundaries of engineering and technology.

RECOGNITIONS AND AWARDS🏆

  • Excellent International Graduate Student Award, Beihang University (2021)
  • Excellent Study Prize (2019, 2020)
  • Innovation Prize, Batna University (2014)

EDITORIAL AND COLLABORATIONS📋

  • Dr. Blala is an Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications (IJMEA). His collaborative efforts extend across various research institutions and industries, enhancing the development and application of innovative engineering solutions.

AREAS OF RESEARCH🔬

  • Fibre Metal Laminates Design and Manufacturing
  • Advanced Manufacturing Processes for Lightweight Structures
  • Hot Metal Gas Forming
  • Hybrid Structures Integration

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS🌍

    • Editorial Board Member of the International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Applications (IJMEA)
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Dr. Xiaolei Zhao | Environmental Economics | Best Researcher Award | 1140

Dr. Xiaolei Zhao | Environmental economics | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Xiaolei Zhao, Beijing jiaotong university, China

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Academic and Professional Background 📚:

I am a Ph.D. candidate at Beijing Jiaotong University, specializing in Applied Economics. My research focuses on the electric vehicle industry, green transportation, and sustainable development. I have published eight papers in various academic journals, with four as the first author. My work has appeared in journals such as Sustainable Futures, Transport Policy, Journal of Environmental Management, Environment, Development and Sustainability, Heliyon, Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, Sustainability, and Environmental Science and Pollution Research. Additionally, several of my papers are currently under revision. Beyond my research, I serve as a peer reviewer for several esteemed journals, including Asia Pacific Education Review, Sustainable Futures, iScience, and Transportation Research Part A.

Research and Innovations 🔬:

  • Completed/Ongoing Research Projects 📊:
    • Research on the constraints and optimization path of new energy vehicle promotion in China (No. SYLYC2022196) / National Natural Science Foundation of China (No.51778047).

Journals Published (SCI, Scopus, etc.) 📰:

Professional Memberships 🏛️

  • China Society of Technology and Economics – Transport Technology and Economics Committee

 Areas of Research 🔍

  • Energy economy; Environmental economy; Low-carbon transportation

 Contributions 🏆:

  • As a Ph.D. candidate at Beijing Jiaotong University specializing in Applied Economics, my research significantly advances the fields of electric vehicles, green transportation, and sustainable development. I have published eight papers, including four as the first author, in prestigious journals such as Sustainable Futures, Transport Policy, and Journal of Environmental Management. Additionally, I serve as a peer reviewer for several esteemed journals, contributing to the academic community’s rigor and quality. My work not only enhances theoretical understanding but also provides practical insights for promoting sustainable transportation solutions.

NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
      1. The role of air pollution in electric vehicle adoption: Evidence from China
        • Authors: Zhao, X., Zhao, Z., Mao, Y., Li, X.
        • Journal: Transport Policy
        • Volume: 154
        • Issue:
        • Pages: 26–39
        • Year: 2024
      2. The key to sustainability: In-depth investigation of environmental quality in G20 countries through the lens of renewable energy, economic complexity and geopolitical risk resilience
        • Authors: Wang, A., Rauf, A., Ozturk, I., Zhao, X., Du, H.
        • Journal: Journal of Environmental Management
        • Volume: 352
        • Pages: 120045
        • Year: 2024
      3. Impact of policy incentives on the adoption of electric vehicle in China
        • Authors: Liu, Y., Zhao, X., Lu, D., Li, X.
        • Journal: Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice
        • Volume: 176
        • Pages: 103801
        • Year: 2023
      4. How does adoption of electric vehicles reduce carbon emissions? Evidence from China
        • Authors: Zhao, X., Hu, H., Yuan, H., Chu, X.
        • Journal: Heliyon
        • Volume: 9
        • Issue: 9
        • Pages: e20296
        • Year: 2023
      5. Impact of regional temperature on the adoption of electric vehicles: an empirical study based on 20 provinces in China
        • Authors: Li, X., Zhao, X., Xue, D., Tian, Q.
        • Journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
        • Volume: 30
        • Pages: 11443–11457
        • Year: 2023

Prof Dr. Dawei Zhan | Political science | Best Researcher Award | 1134

Prof Dr. Dawei Zhan | Political science |  Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Qingchun Zeng , Southern Medical University, China

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📘Academic and Professional Background

Dawei Zhang is a distinguished professor at Central China Normal University, serving as President of the China Academy of Urban Governance and Director of the Institute of Comparative Politics at the China Rural Research Institute. He has earned accolades such as the national Huo Yingdong Young Teacher Award and has published extensively, with over 100 papers and books.

🔍 Areas of Research 

  • His research focuses on comparative governance systems, particularly distinguishing between formal and informal governance frameworks between China and the West. His contributions include pioneering the concept of “Semi-Formal Governance,” widely recognized in international academic circles.

🏆 Achievements

  • Huo Yingdong Young Teacher Award, Ministry of Education (2018)
  • National Civil Affairs Theory Research Achievement Award, Ministry of Civil Affairs (2020, 2021)
  • Fei Xiaotong Field Research Award, State Council Counselor’s Office (2021)
  • Hubei Provincial Social Science Outstanding Achievement Award (2016)

📘 Publications

  • Comparative Social Support: A Study of Community Correction Subjects (China Social Science Press, 2024)
  • Rediscovering Consultation: Grassroots Consultative Governance with Chinese Characteristics (Social Sciences Academic Press, 2024)
  • Community Correction (Jiangsu People’s Publishing House, 2024)

🌐 Professional Memberships and Editorial Roles

  • Expert member of the Global Participatory Governance Commission
  • Editorial board member for journals such as China Rural Studies and Social Policy Research

🌟 Consultancy and Industry Projects

  • “Building a new type of community oriented towards eliminating urban-rural differences” (Ministry of Civil Affairs, 2020)
  • “The Practice of Whole-Process People’s Democracy: China’s Local Government Response Index Report” (Central Cyberspace Affairs Commission, 2022)

📖 Journals and Citations

  • Published in prestigious journals including Humanities and Social Sciences Communications and Urban Forestry & Urban Greening.

🔗 Social Impact

Active participant in policy formulation and governance improvement, enhancing community development through innovative research and consultancy.

NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
    • The Prevalence and Importance of Semiformal Organizations and Semiformal Control in Rural China: Insights from a National Survey
      • Authors: Jiang, S.; Zhang, D.; Irwin, D.D.
      • Journal: Asian Journal of Criminology
      • Volume: 17
      • Issue: 3
      • Pages: 331–352
      • Year: 2022
    • Views of Community Corrections Supervision and Their Predictors: An Officer and Offender Comparison
      • Authors: Jiang, S.; Zhang, D.; Lambert, E.G.
      • Journal: Prison Journal
      • Volume: 102
      • Issue: 1
      • Pages: 84–107
      • Year: 2022
    • Semiformal Organizations and Control During the COVID-19 Crisis in China
      • Authors: Jiang, S.; Zhang, D.; Irwin, D.D.
      • Journal: Asian Journal of Criminology
      • Volume: 16
      • Issue: 1
      • Pages: 75–90
      • Year: 2021
    • An Exploratory Study of the Views of Supervision Strategies by Community Corrections Probationers in China
      • Authors: Jiang, S.; Zhang, D.; Irwin, D.D.; Yang, C.; Xing, M.
      • Journal: Prison Journal
      • Volume: 100
      • Issue: 1
      • Pages: 3–26
      • Year: 2020
    • Staffing Composition, Offender Profiles, and Supervision in China’s Community Corrections
      • Authors: Zhang, D.; Irwin, D.D.; Jiang, S.; Zhang, H.; Huang, S.
      • Journal: Prison Journal
      • Volume: 99
      • Issue: 3
      • Pages: 285–309
      • Year: 2019

Prof Dr. Qingchun Zeng | Calcific Aortic Valve Disease | Best Researcher Award | 1131

Prof.Dr Qingchun Zeng | Calcific Aortic Valve Disease |  Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Qingchun Zeng , Southern Medical University, China

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Academic and Professional Background 📘

Dr. Zeng Qingchun has dedicated his career to understanding and combating the pathogenesis, prevention, and treatment of calcific aortic valve disease (CAVD) and heart failure. His research delves into the role of immune regulation in these conditions, exploring the molecular pharmacological effects and mechanisms. He has pioneered several fundamental theories on the involvement of intestinal flora and metabolites in the pathogenesis of CAVD.

 Research and Innovations 🧪📊

  • Completed/Ongoing Research Projects: Dr. Zeng has spearheaded numerous research projects, including four funded by the National Natural Science Foundation (Project Nos: 82270374, 82070403, B17703BG, 815703SZ).
  • Citation Index: Scopus Profile
  • Consultancy/Industry Projects: None

Publications📖

Dr. Zeng has published 295 articles in prominent journals. Notable publications include:

  1. Xiang G, Huang R, Xie M, Zhao H, Xu X, Chen Y, Ren H, Nu D, Feng B. Non-coding RNA regulates the expression of KRM1 and DKK1 to synergistically affect aortic valve lesions. Exp Mol Med. 2024. DOI: 10.1038/s12276-024-01256-5
  2. Zhong G, Su S, Li J, Zhao H, Hu D, Chen J, Li S, Lin Y, Wen L, Lin X, Xiang G, Xu D, Zeng Q. Activation of Piezo1 promotes osteogenic differentiation of aortic valve interstitial cells through YAP-dependent mechanotransduction. Sci Adv. 2023. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.adg0478
  3. Li S, Luo Z, Su S, Lin L, Xiang G, Zhao J, Xu X, Xu D, Zeng Q. Targeted inhibition of PTPN22 alleviates osteogenic responses in aortic valve interstitial cells and lesions in mice. BMC Med. 2023. DOI: 10.1186/s12916-023-02888-6
  4. Peng X, Su S, Zeng J, Xie K, Yang X, Xiang G, Xiao Z, Zhu P, Zeng S, Xu D, Zeng Q. 4-Octyl itaconate suppresses osteogenic response in aortic valvular interstitial cells via the JAK2/STAT3 pathway. Free Radic Biol Med. 2022. DOI: 10.1016/j.freeradbiomed.2022.06.246
  5. Meng Q, Liu C, Ao L, Cleveland JC Jr, Song R, Xu D, Fullerton DA, Meng X. Cross-talk between the TLR4 and Notch1 pathways augments the inflammatory response in the interstitial cells of stenotic human aortic valves. Circulation. 2012. DOI: 10.1161/CIRCULATIONAHA.111.083675

 Editorial Appointments📝

  • Cardiovascular Innovation and Applications, Editorial Board Member
  • Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology, Guest Editor
  • Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine, Senior Editor
  • Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, Editorial Board Member

Collaborations 🤝

Dr. Zeng leads international defense and technology cooperation projects in Guangdong Province, including research on the mechanisms by which Hesperetin prevents cardiovascular disease and mitigates mitochondrial damage.

Professional Memberships 🏅

  • Standing Committee, Heart Failure Committee of Guangdong Medical Association
  • Member, Atherosclerosis Professional Committee of Chinese Pathophysiological Society
  • Member, China Branch of the International Atherosclerosis Society
  • Member, Expert Committee of the Heart Failure Specialist Medical Association

Areas of Research 🔬

  • Calcific Aortic Valve Disease
  • Heart Failure

Contributions🌟

Dr. Zeng’s extensive research, published in top-tier international journals, has significantly advanced understanding of the increasing incidence and pathogenesis of CAVD. His clinical studies and data analyses provide crucial evidence for transcatheter treatments, antithrombotic programs, and prognosis assessment, thereby enhancing clinical diagnosis and treatment of CAVD.

NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
    • α-Ketoglutarate improves cardiac insufficiency through NAD+-SIRT1 signaling-mediated mitophagy and ferroptosis in pressure overload-induced mice
      • Journal: Molecular Medicine
      • Authors: Yu, H., Gan, D., Luo, Z., Xu, D., Ren, H.
      • Year: 2024
      • Citations: 4
    • Prognostic implications of overt congestion in heart failure with preserved ejection fraction and the interaction with spironolactone: Insights from TOPCAT
      • Journal: Chinese Medical Journal
      • Authors: Lin, Y., Zhao, H., Hu, D., Xu, D., Zeng, Q.
      • Year: 2024
      • Citations: 0
    • Association between Methylmalonic Acid and Abdominal Aortic Calcification in Adults: A Cross-Sectional Study
      • Journal: Cardiovascular Innovations and Applications
      • Authors: Chen, J., Lin, Y., Teng, Z., Li, J., Zeng, Q.
      • Year: 2024
      • Citations: 0
    • Targeted inhibition of PTPN22 is a novel approach to alleviate osteogenic responses in aortic valve interstitial cells and aortic valve lesions in mice
      • Journal: BMC Medicine
      • Authors: Li, S., Luo, Z., Su, S., Xu, D., Zeng, Q.
      • Year: 2023
      • Citations: 1
    • Association between urinary biomarkers of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and severe abdominal aortic calcification in adults: data from the National Health and Examination Nutrition Survey
      • Journal: BMC Cardiovascular Disorders
      • Authors: Yang, X., Zhou, H., Zhang, H., Xu, D., Zeng, Q.
      • Year: 2023
      • Citations: 3

Mr. Wajid Khan | Information Engineering | Best Researcher Award | 1128

Mr. Wajid Khan | Information Engineering |  Best Researcher Award

Mr. Wajid Khan, Tianjin University , China

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EARLY ACADEMIC PURSUITS 📘

Wajid Khan holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering. His undergraduate years were marked by a profound passion for the field and a commitment to academic excellence. Engaging in various research activities, Wajid demonstrated his dedication and produced a notable publication that highlights his early contributions to electrical engineering.

PROFESSIONAL ENDEAVORS 💼

Currently, Wajid is pursuing his MS in Electrical Information and Communication Engineering at Tianjin University. Under the expert supervision of Professor Feng Renhai, he is delving deeper into his field, focusing on critical areas such as renewable energy and power system stability. This advanced education and hands-on research are shaping him into a knowledgeable and skilled professional.

 CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESEARCH FOCUS 📚

  • Wajid’s research is centered on cutting-edge topics, particularly renewable energy and power system stability. These areas are vital for sustainable development, and his work is contributing to addressing some of the most pressing challenges in the field. His dedication is evident through his involvement in high-impact research projects, highlighting his commitment to advancing knowledge and technology in electrical engineering.

IMPACT AND INFLUENCE 🌍

Working closely with Professor Feng Renhai has provided Wajid with invaluable experience and insight. This collaboration has allowed him to deepen his understanding of critical issues in electrical engineering and contribute meaningfully to the academic and professional community. His research not only advances theoretical knowledge but also has practical implications for solving real-world problems.

 ACADEMIC CITES 📑

Wajid’s academic journey is marked by significant achievements, including a notable publication during his undergraduate studies. This accomplishment underscores his dedication to research and his ability to contribute valuable insights to the field. His ongoing work continues to build on this foundation, promising further contributions and advancements.

PLEGACY AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS 🌟

As Wajid continues his graduate studies, he is eager to expand his knowledge and make meaningful contributions to the field of electrical engineering. His goal is to drive innovation and have a positive impact on sustainable energy solutions. Wajid’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of knowledge ensures that his legacy will include significant advancements in electrical engineering and contributions to a more sustainable future.

 

NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS

Transient Stability Analysis of Electrical Power Systems using Polynomial Approximation based Galerkin Method

Authors: Li, Z., Khan, W., Wang, J., Wan, C., Feng, R.
Conference: 2023 5th International Conference on Power and Energy Technology, ICPET 2023
Pages: 1235–1240
Year: 2023

A Systematic Novel Implementation on Photovoltaic Power, Wind Energy and Solar Energy Models

Authors: Lei, Y., Khan, W., Wu, Y., Liu, Y., Feng, R.
Journal: Proceedings of SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering
Volume: 12594
Issue: N/A
Pages: 125940W
Year: 2023

Dr. Yuzhen Long | Applied Psychophysiology | Best Researcher Award |1123

Dr. Yuzhen Long| Applied Psychophysiology |  Best Researcher Award

Dr. Yuzhen Long, China University of Mining & Technology-Beijing , China

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EARLY ACADEMIC PURSUITS 📘

Yuzhen began her academic journey at Shenyang Aerospace University, where she studied Insurance from 2012 to 2016. This early focus provided her with a solid foundation in risk assessment and management principles, which later influenced her shift towards safety and emergency management.

PROFESSIONAL ENDEAVORS 💼

After completing her undergraduate studies, Yuzhen worked as an Adjuster in the Claim Department at China PingAn Property Insurance Co., LTD from August 2016 to April 2017. This role involved assessing and processing insurance claims, further honing her skills in risk management and incident evaluation.

 CONTRIBUTIONS AND RESEARCH FOCUS 📚

  • Currently, Yuzhen is pursuing her PhD at the China University of Mining and Technology-Beijing, specializing in Safety Science and Engineering. Her research primarily focuses on safety literacy, coal mine safety supervision, and the psychophysiological characteristics of workers during unsafe behaviors. Her notable publications include:
    1. Research on Evaluation of Safety Literacy Based on Social Network Analysis (Process Safety Progress, 2020): This study examines safety literacy using social network analysis methods.
    2. Forecasting Law Enforcement Frequency of Internet+ Coal Mine Safety Supervision (International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 2023): This paper forecasts the frequency of law enforcement in coal mine safety supervision using advanced analytical methods.
    3. Research on Psychophysiological Characteristics of Construction Workers During Consciously Unsafe Behaviors (Heliyon, 2023): This research explores the psychophysiological responses of construction workers during unsafe actions.
    4. Research on “Multi-Blind” Working Mechanism of Internet+ Coal Mine Safety Supervision (International Journal of Energy Sector Management, 2023): This study investigates the multi-blind mechanisms in coal mine safety supervision.
    5. Experimental Study on Emergency Psychophysiological and Behavioral Reactions to Coal Mining Accidents (Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 2024): This paper delves into the emergency reactions of individuals during coal mining accidents.

IMPACT AND INFLUENCE 🌍

Yuzhen’s work has had a significant impact on the field of emergency management and safety engineering. Her research on safety literacy and coal mine safety has contributed to better understanding and improving safety protocols and policies. Her studies on psychophysiological responses have provided insights into the behavioral aspects of safety management.

 ACADEMIC CITES 📑

Yuzhen’s publications have been cited in various academic journals, indicating the influence and relevance of her research in the field. Her work is recognized for its methodological rigor and practical implications in enhancing safety standards in high-risk industries.

PLEGACY AND FUTURE CONTRIBUTIONS HIGHLIGHT 🌟

  • Looking ahead, Yuzhen aims to continue her research in safety science and engineering, with a focus on developing innovative solutions for emergency management and risk mitigation. Her future work is expected to further bridge the gap between theoretical research and practical application, making significant contributions to the field of safety engineering and beyond.
NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS

Dr. Mahafooj Alee | Food Sciences | Best Researcher Award |1106

Dr. Mahafooj Alee | Food Sciences |  Best Researcher Award

Dr. Mahafooj Alee, south china university of technology , China

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Academic and Professional Background 📚

  • Ph.D. in Food Science and Engineering (2023)
    • Institution: South China University of Technology, China
    • Thesis: “Effect of saccharides and alcohols with different chemical structures and molecular weight on performances of starch-based films”
  • M.Sc. in Biochemistry, First Class (2016)
    • Institution: Jamia Millia Islamia – Central University, New Delhi, India
    • Thesis: “Interaction of BSA with cationic surfactant (CTAB)”
  • B.Sc. in Biotechnology, First Class (2014)
    • Institution: IFTM University, Uttar Pradesh, India
    • Thesis: “Application of multiplex PCR and recombinant DNA technology in vaccine production”

Research and Innovations 🔬

  • Dr. Mahafooj Alee’s research focuses on the various aspects of cellulose, starch-based materials, material science, biodegradable polymers, and food engineering. His recent work includes:
    • Preparation and characterization of starch-based materials.
    • Analysis of their mechanical, thermal, water, and gas barrier performances.
    • Morphological properties and development of biodegradable, antimicrobial, and hydrophobic packaging materials.
    • Edible starch film preparation using agricultural and sea byproducts for food packaging.

 Technical Skills (Wet Lab)🔧

  • Analytical Instruments: FTIR, TGA, DMA, GC/MS, Rheology, XRD, DSC
  • Techniques: Electrophoretic techniques, Spectrophotometric estimation, Chromatographic techniques, SDS PAGE, Blotting, ELISA, SEM, Confocal and Fluorescent Microscopy

Research Experience🧪

  • Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Basic Science, JMI, New Delhi, India (December 2014 to March 2016)
    • Project: Interaction of BSA with cationic surfactant (CTAB)
  • School of Food Science and Engineering, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China (September 2019 to September 2023)
    • Project: Effect of saccharides and alcohols with different chemical structures and molecular weight on performances of starch-based films
  • Sino-Singapore International Joint Research Institute, Guangzhou, China (Part-time, September 2020 to September 2023)
    • Project: Modification of biopolymers using extruder chemical agents ultrasonication and development of foam and films for packaging

  Honors & Awards🏅

  • Chinese Government Scholarship by China Scholarship Council (CSC) from 2019-2023
  • National Eligibility Test (NET) Qualified, 2019, India
  • Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) Qualified, 2018, India

Published Papers📝

  • Alee, Mahafooj et al. “Plasticization efficiency and characteristics of monosaccharides, disaccharides, and low molecular-weight polysaccharides for starch-based materials.” ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering (IF: 9.24)
  • Alee, Mahafooj et al. “Plasticizing effectiveness and characteristics of different mono-alcohols, di-alcohols, and polyols for starch-based materials.” Starch Starke (IF: 2.67)
  • Liu, Fengsong et al. “Improved hydrophobicity, antibacterial and mechanical properties of polyvinyl alcohol/quaternary chitosan composite films for antibacterial packaging.” Carbohydrate Polymers (IF: 10.72)
  • Liu, Feng-song et al. “Preparation and characterization of N-isopropyl acrylamide grafted polyvinyl alcohol and chitosan blended films with hydrophobic and antibacterial properties.” Reactive & Functional Polymers (IF: 4.966)
  • Gao, Jingrong et al. “Coating of chitosan on poly D, L-lactic-co-glycolic acid thymoquinone nanoparticles enhances the anti-tumor activity in triple-negative breast cancer.” Frontiers in Chemistry (IF: 5.545)
  • Fu, Jun et al. “Synergizing Multi-Plasticizers for a Starch-Based Edible Film.” MDPI Foods (IF: 5.28)
  • Kumari, Ankita et al. “Phenotype-based drug screening: An in vivo strategy to classify and identify the chemical compounds modulating zebrafish Mcell regeneration.” Frontiers in Molecular Biosciences (IF: 6.113)
  • Cai, Xingzhe et al. “STARCH.” John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology (2021)
  • Rahaman, Abdul et al. “The increasing hunger concern and current need in the development of sustainable food security in the developing countries.” Trends in Food Science & Technology (IF: 12.56)
  • Chen, Hui et al. “Developing edible starch film used for packaging seasonings in instant noodles.” MDPI Foods (IF: 5.28)
  • Duan, Qingfei et al. “Preparation and characterization of starch/enteromorpha/nano-clay hybrid composites.” International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (IF: 8.025)
  • Yang, Mao et al. “Improving water resistance property of starch straw by synergistic effects of chemical crosslinking, physical barrier, and surface modifications.” Research Journal (Details pending)
NOTABLE PUBLICATIONS
  • “Impact of pulsed electric fields on membrane disintegration, drying, and osmotic dehydration of foods”
    • Authors: Rahaman, A., Mishra, A.K., Kumari, A., Zeng, X.-A., Singh, N.
    • Journal: Journal of Food Process Engineering
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 47(3)
    • Article: e14552
    • Citations: 0
  • “Plasticizing Effectiveness and Characteristics of Different Mono-Alcohols, Di-Alcohols, and Polyols for Starch-Based Materials”
    • Authors: Alee, M., Fu, J., Duan, Q., Chen, L., Yu, L.
    • Journal: Starch/Staerke
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 75(11-12)
    • Article: 2300059
    • Citations: 1
  • “Improving water resistance property of starch straw by synergistic effects of chemical crosslinking, physical barrier, and surface modifications”
    • Authors: Yang, M., Fu, J., Alee, M., Chen, L., Yu, L.
    • Journal: Journal of Applied Polymer Science
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 140(31)
    • Article: e54210
    • Citations: 1
  • “Improved hydrophobicity, antibacterial and mechanical properties of polyvinyl alcohol/quaternary chitosan composite films for antibacterial packaging”
    • Authors: Liu, F., Zhang, X., Xiao, X., Alee, M., Yu, L.
    • Journal: Carbohydrate Polymers
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 312
    • Article: 120755
    • Citations: 34
  • “Preparation and characterization of N-isopropyl acrylamide grafted polyvinyl alcohol and chitosan blend films with hydrophobic and antibacterial properties”
    • Authors: Liu, F., Cao, Y., Zhang, Y., Alee, M., Xiao, X.
    • Journal: Reactive and Functional Polymers
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 188
    • Article: 105604
    • Citations: 6
  • “Coating of chitosan on poly D,L-lactic-co-glycolic acid thymoquinone nanoparticles enhances the anti-tumor activity in triple-negative breast cancer”
    • Authors: Gao, J., Kumari, A., Zeng, X.-A., Xin, X., Mehmood, T.
    • Journal: Frontiers in Chemistry
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 11
    • Article: 1044953
    • Citations: 3