Riny Yolandha Parapat has her expertise in synthesis of nanocrystal via micremulsions technique. Her great passion is to create and develop nanomaterial especially in the field of catalysis. Because she is also concerned about the environment, her research is now heading to the field of green synthesis and biofuel production. Her advance knowledge and experience in microemulsions making her able to synthesize and design the super active nanocatalysts in a greener way. She has discovered a new method to synthesize higly active supported nanocatalysts, so-called thermo-destabilization of microemulsions. Not only is she active in doing research, she is also a lecturer in the course of kinetic and catalysis, experimental design, process control, and plant design.
Prof. Jean-Paul (Moshe) Lellouche is a member of the Department of Chemistry and the Nano Materials Center at the Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA). Lellouche’s main research interests include the chemical design, fabrication, and characterization of a wide range of functional nanomaterials for various energy, biomedicine, and (bio) sensing-driven applications. Prof. Jean-Paul Lellouche earned his PhD degree in 1981 (University Claude Bernard/La Doua, Lyon, France). In 1997, he moved to the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (Beer-Sheva, Israel) as an Associate Professor in Organic Chemistry. Then, he joined the Department of Chemistry/Institute of Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials (BINA) at Bar-Ilan University since October 2000 as a Full Professor in Organic Chemistry/Nano(bio)technology (July 2008) & Dpt Head (Oct 1917-July 1918). He has authored 150 peer-reviewed papers, 15 patents, and 4 book chapters while attracting more than US$ 6,581,000 in external grant funding.
Vera I Isaeva is a leading Researcher at National University of Science and Technology MISiS, Moscow, Russia. Her activity is focused on “The development of nanostructured materials including MOFs and composites on their basis, from synthesis to application, especially for energy saving processes. She has coauthored over 100 publications in peer-reviewed journals and two book chapters.
Anna Backerra has graduated in theoretical physics at the Eindhoven University of Technology in The Netherlands. After working for several years on the science staff at the Philips Research Laboratories, she began an independent theoretical study on quantum mechanics and complementarity. To develop a way of complementary thinking, she studied composition at the Conservatory in Enschede (The Netherlands) and in Saint Petersburg (Russia). She discovered that new musical and physical developments in history usually occur simultaneously, revealing a deeper scientific understanding. Using this similarity, she constructed a complementary mathematical language and applied this on physics, obtaining twin physics. The results are described in two books and nine articles. The last one is titled “Relation between Planck’s Constant and Speed of Light, Predicting Proton Radius More Accurately” and published in Applied Physics Research; Vol. 11, No. 5; 2019.