International Journal of Magnetics and Electromagnetism



Editorial Board


Prof. Lawrence H Bennett

Research Professor
Department of Physics
George Washington University
United States of America

Dr. Lawrence H. Bennett is a Research Professor at George Washington University. Dr. Bennett completed his Ph.D. at Rutgers University in 1958. His first detection of cancer was in vivo by nuclear magnetic resonance. He had discovered a new concept in materials for magnetic refrigeration. Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Fellow of the American Society for Metals. Dr. Bennett is Chairman of IEEE Magnetics Society Washingt view full biography...

Dr. Lawrence H. Bennett is a Research Professor at George Washington University. Dr. Bennett completed his Ph.D. at Rutgers University in 1958. His first detection of cancer was in vivo by nuclear magnetic resonance. He had discovered a new concept in materials for magnetic refrigeration. Fellow of the American Physical Society and a Fellow of the American Society for Metals. Dr. Bennett is Chairman of IEEE Magnetics Society Washington/Northern Virginia Chapter and also President (1999-2000) of American Physical Society Topical Group on Magnetism and its Applications. Member of ASTM Committee A006 "Magnetic Properties". Dr. Bennett is a Founding Editor of the Bulletin of Alloy Phase Diagrams. In past he was a Member of Board Review for Metallurgical Transactions. Dr. Bennett research interests are Magnetic hysteresis, Magneto-optics, Magnetic refrigeration, Magnetic nanocomposites, Physics of magnetism, High-TC superconductors, Biomagnetism.

Prof. Amr A Adly

Professor
Electrical Power and Machines Department
Cairo University
Egypt

Dr. Amr Adly is an Executive Director of the Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF). He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Power Engineering from Cairo University (CU) in 1984 and 1986, respectively, and received Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland (UM), College Park, USA, in 1992. He also worked as a Magnetic Measurement Instrumentation Senior Scientist at LDJ Electronics, Michigan, view full biography...

Dr. Amr Adly is an Executive Director of the Science and Technology Development Fund (STDF). He received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Power Engineering from Cairo University (CU) in 1984 and 1986, respectively, and received Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Maryland (UM), College Park, USA, in 1992. He also worked as a Magnetic Measurement Instrumentation Senior Scientist at LDJ Electronics, Michigan, USA, during 1993-1994. Since 1994, he has been a faculty member in the Faculty of Engineering, CU. He also worked in the US as a Visiting Research Professor at UM, during the summers of 1996-2000. He worked as a consultant to the UNESCO Cairo office (Basic and Engineering Sciences Programme) during 2003-2004 and in 2006 as an expert to the EU Commission to develop the 11 Million Euro RDI Programme for Egypt. He also established and directed the R&D Administration at the Egyptian Industrial Modernization Center (IMC) in the period 2006-2007 where he directed a 100 Million LE Fund to support R&D activities aiming at boosting the national added value in the Egyptian industry. He has been awarded the 1994 Egyptian State Encouragement Prize, the 2002 Shoman Foundation Young Arab Scientist Prize and the 2006 Egyptian State Excellence Prize. He has been promoted to IEEE Fellow (from the Magnetics Society) in 2011 and is currently serving in the Editorial Board of IEEE Transactions on Magnetics and Elsevier's Journal of Advanced Research. Dr. Adly research interests include electromagnetic field computation, magnetic materials, superconductivity, energy harvesting, magneto-hydro-dynamics, magnetic recording and power engineering. He served as the CU's Faculty of Engineering vice Dean of Education in the period 2010-2012 and as the Vice Dean of Graduate Studies and Research in the period 2012-2014.

Prof. Wei Wang

Professor
Department of Physics and Electronic
Beijing University of Chemical Technology
China

Dr. Wei Wang is a professor and vice director of Department of Physics and Electronic at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He received his PhD degree from the Department of Physics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2006. From 2014 to 2015, he worked as a visiting scholar at University of Texas at Arlington, USA. Currently, he serves as a Vice dean of graduate school at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. Dr. Wei Wan view full biography...

Dr. Wei Wang is a professor and vice director of Department of Physics and Electronic at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. He received his PhD degree from the Department of Physics at Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2006. From 2014 to 2015, he worked as a visiting scholar at University of Texas at Arlington, USA. Currently, he serves as a Vice dean of graduate school at Beijing University of Chemical Technology. Dr. Wei Wang research interests are in the field of magnetism and magnetic materials, which includes the theoretical and experimental studies on magnetooptic effects, magnetic recording, magnetic nanomaterials as well as their applications in biomedical technology, wastewater treatment and spin electronics.

Prof. Yong He

Professor
Zhejiang University
China

Dr. Yong He is a Director of Centre of Precision Agriculture and Rural Information and a Professor in College of Biosystems Engineering and Food Science at Zhejiang University. He did his PhD in Biosystems Engineering at Zhejiang University in 1998. He completed his MS in College of Agricultural Engineering at Zhejiang Agricultural University in 1987. Dr. He was a Senior Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor at University of Tokyo, Ky view full biography...

Dr. Yong He is a Director of Centre of Precision Agriculture and Rural Information and a Professor in College of Biosystems Engineering and Food Science at Zhejiang University. He did his PhD in Biosystems Engineering at Zhejiang University in 1998. He completed his MS in College of Agricultural Engineering at Zhejiang Agricultural University in 1987. Dr. He was a Senior Visiting Scholar and Visiting Professor at University of Tokyo, Kyoto University and Tokyo University of Agriculture during 2006 to 2007. Prior to be a Senior Visiting Professor he was a Vice Dean in College of Biosystems Engineering and Food Science at Zhejiang University during 2002-2010.

Dr. Ji-Wen Luo

Associate Professor
South China Normal University
China

Dr. Ji-Wen Luo is an Associate Professor at South China Normal University. He received his Ph.D. degree from Guang Zhou Institute of Geochemistry at Chinese Academy of Science in 2010. His research interests include polymer-based inorganic hybrid materials and its application in biomedical, environment, etc. He had led some programs involving the scientific research of fund project for excellent young teachers of South China Normal Univ view full biography...

Dr. Ji-Wen Luo is an Associate Professor at South China Normal University. He received his Ph.D. degree from Guang Zhou Institute of Geochemistry at Chinese Academy of Science in 2010. His research interests include polymer-based inorganic hybrid materials and its application in biomedical, environment, etc. He had led some programs involving the scientific research of fund project for excellent young teachers of South China Normal University, The open fund of South China University of Technology, and so on. He had participated in the preparation of an English book titled "Nanocomposites: Synthesis, Characterization and Applications" as an author. He had also declared 2 national invention patents, both of them have been authorized.

Dr. Eugene Stephane Mananga

Assistant Professor
Department of Physics
New York University
United States of America

Dr. Eugene Stephane Mananga is an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the City University of New York, and Adjunct Professor of Physics at New York University. He completed his Ph.D in Physics from the City University of New York, USA and hold 6 additional graduate degrees and training from various institutions including City College of New York, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Mananga did his postd view full biography...

Dr. Eugene Stephane Mananga is an Assistant Professor of Nuclear Medicine at the City University of New York, and Adjunct Professor of Physics at New York University. He completed his Ph.D in Physics from the City University of New York, USA and hold 6 additional graduate degrees and training from various institutions including City College of New York, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Mananga did his postdoctoral studies in the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory of USA, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. He was Engineer of Research in the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA-Saclay). His research interests are in condensed matter physics, medical physics, radiological sciences and nuclear medicine. Currently, he is focused on advancing theory, simulation and methodology in nuclear magnetic resonance, spin dynamics and quantum physics.

Dr. Ivana Alexandrova

Assistant Professor
Department of Mathematics and Statistic
State University of New York
United States of America

Dr. Ivana Alexandrova is an Assistant Professor at State University of New York, Albany. She received Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley. Her area of research was scattering theory and semi-classical analysis. She has held a postdoctoral position at the University of Toronto and invited visiting positions at the IHES in France and the University of Tokyo in Japan. She has expanded her research interests to view full biography...

Dr. Ivana Alexandrova is an Assistant Professor at State University of New York, Albany. She received Ph.D. in mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley. Her area of research was scattering theory and semi-classical analysis. She has held a postdoctoral position at the University of Toronto and invited visiting positions at the IHES in France and the University of Tokyo in Japan. She has expanded her research interests to magnetic Hamiltonians as well.

Dr. Arpita Saha

Assistant Professor Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry Georgia Southern University
USA

Dr. Saha has joined Georgia Southern University in August 2012. She is currently assistant professor and her research is focused on synthesis, characterization and applications of magnetic materials. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2002 from Presidency College, Kolkata, India. She earned her master’s degree in 2004 from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India where she worked on inorganic-materials science. D view full biography...

Dr. Saha has joined Georgia Southern University in August 2012. She is currently assistant professor and her research is focused on synthesis, characterization and applications of magnetic materials. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in 2002 from Presidency College, Kolkata, India. She earned her master’s degree in 2004 from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur, India where she worked on inorganic-materials science. Dr. Saha interned at the Indian Institute of Science, (IISc) Bangalore (2003), where she studied bioinorganic chemistry. She joined the doctoral program (2005) at Distinguished Prof. George Christou’s lab at the University of Florida. Her doctoral research was primarily focused on synthesis and characterization of novel singlemolecule magnets. In Summer 2012, she worked with Prof. Herbert W. Roesky, as a visiting faculty at G?ttingen University in Germany.

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