Bing-Huei Chen, male, food scientist, received his Ph.D. degree in Food Science & Technology, Texas A & M University, the USA in 1988. He is currently the Distinguished Chair Professor from 2004–present in the Department of Food Science, Fu Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. During his tenure, he has served as Chair of Department of Nutrition and Food Science from 1994-2000, Director of Graduate Institute of Medicine from 2006–2009, and Dean of College of Human Ecology from 2012–2015. Until now he has published 182 research articles in internationally renowned journals and authored 11 book chapters in edited books published by International Publishers. He also serves as Editor-in-Chief of 2 journals “Recent Patents on Food, Nutrition, and Agriculture” and “International Journal of Current Toxins Research” and Associate Editor of 2 journals “Journal of Food & Drug Analysis” and “Asian Science Bulletin”. In addition, he serves on the editorial board of 96 journals.
Chemistry and BioChemistry
Professor Lawrence J. Berliner, University of Denver, and Emeritus Professor of The Ohio State University is a pioneer in protein structural and free radical research. His team developed thiol-specific spin labels, which facilitated site-directed spin labeling for studying protein structure in solution by electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR). His research has involved protein-protein interactions, free radicals, and in-vivo EPR. He is a fellow of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences, the American Chemical Society, Past-President of the International EPR Society. He and has received the 2000 Silver Medal of the International EPR Society and the 2005 Lifetime Achievement Award in Biological EPR Spectroscopy. He is Editor-in-Chief of Cell Biochemistry and Biophysics and has edited over 30 books on magnetic resonance applications in biology and medicine. He has spoken at many conferences the world on proteins, magnetic resonance the history of the Nobel Prize.
Chemistry and BioChemistry
Eliade Stefanescu graduated the Faculty of Electronics, Section of Physicist Engineers, in 1970, and obtained a PhD in Theoretical Physics in 1990. As a Scientist from 1976, a Senior Scientist III from 1978, he worked in technology of semiconductor devices. From 1978, he worked in physics of optoelectronic devices. From 1987, and from 1990 as a Senior Scientist II, he worked in the field of open quantum physics. In 1991 he discovered that the penetrability of a potential barrier can be increased by coupling to a dissipative system, and described the decay spectrum of some cold fission modes. As a Senior Scientist I, from 1997 he developed a microscopic theory of open quantum systems, and discovered a physical principle for the heat conversion into usable energy. In 2014, he produced a unitary relativistic quantum theory. In the years 1995-2000, he held a course called Dissipative Systems for the master degree
His main research areas are semiconductor devices, optoelectronic devices, relativistic quantum principle and open quantum physics.
Modélisation Numérique, Mécanique de Fluide, pollution, Biomécanique, Refroidissement des pièces Electronique
Materials Engineering Supersonic Aerodynamics ,Non-Equilibrium Conduction Heat transfer.