Kamran | Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Kamran | Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee | India

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Kamran embarked on his academic journey with a Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering  followed by a Master's degree in Structural Engineering from Aligarh Muslim University and a Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from the esteemed Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee. His educational pursuits laid a solid foundation for his future endeavors in the field of structural engineering.

Professional Endeavors

Throughout his career, Dr. Kamran has held various positions contributing significantly to the field of structural engineering. His roles include being a Research Associate at the Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee and serving as a Teaching Assistant for courses like Mechanics of Solids and Design of Reinforced Concrete Structures. He has been actively involved in several research projects focusing on ballistic evaluation, material modeling, and the development of innovative construction materials.

Contributions and Research Focus

Dr. Kamran's research interests primarily revolve around Projectile Impact, Prestressed Concrete, Material Modeling, Ultrahigh Performance Concrete (UHPC), and Finite Element Simulations. He has made notable contributions in these areas through his extensive research projects, including the study of the ballistic response of prestressed concrete slabs, development of new material models for concrete, and the creation of UHPC for strategic applications.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Kamran's outstanding contributions have been recognized with prestigious awards and patents. Notably, he holds a patent titled "To study the shear strength of beams made of self-compacting concrete and concrete with recycled aggregates," awarded by Germany. His innovative work in this field reflects his dedication and expertise.

Impact and Influence

Dr. Kamran's research and academic endeavors have had a significant impact on the field of structural engineering, particularly in understanding the behavior of concrete structures under high-stress conditions. His contributions to material modeling and the development of advanced construction materials have the potential to revolutionize the industry and enhance structural safety.

Legacy and Future Contributions

With an impressive academic background, extensive research experience, and a proven track record of innovation, Dr. Kamran is poised to continue making substantial contributions to the field of structural engineering. His legacy lies in pioneering advancements that not only address current challenges but also pave the way for safer and more resilient structures in the future.

Notable Publications

An experimental investigation of plain, reinforced, and prestressed concrete slabs subjected to non-deformable projectile impact 2024

Numerical Prediction of Ballistic Performance of Thin Concrete Plate 2023

Influence of Volume of Air on the Muzzle Velocity of the Projectile 2023 (2)

A new material model for concrete subjected to high rate of loading 2023 (6)

The ballistic evaluation of plain, reinforced and reinforced–prestressed concrete 2022 (10)

 

 

 

Kun Chang | Materials Science | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Kun Chang | Materials Science | Best Researcher Award

Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics | China

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Early Academic Pursuits

Dr. Kun Chang embarked on his academic journey at Zhejiang University, earning his Ph.D. in Chemistry in 2012. His commitment to excellence began during his undergraduate studies at Henan Normal University, culminating in a solid foundation for his future research endeavors.

Professional Endeavors

Dr. Chang's international exposure started with a postdoctoral research fellowship at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Subsequently, he contributed significantly as a researcher at the National Institute for Materials Science in Japan. Currently, he holds the prestigious position of Professor at Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, showcasing his diverse and enriching professional journey.

Contributions and Research Focus

Renowned for his expertise in materials science, Dr. Chang's research revolves around innovative composite functional nanomaterials, solar-catalytic conversion materials, and energy storage materials. His pioneering work includes material structure and interface manipulation, catalysis, and the synthesis of functional nano-composite materials. His research impact extends to the development of technologies enhancing solar utilization and energy storage.

Accolades and Recognition

Dr. Chang's stellar contributions have garnered global recognition. As an Academician of the European Academy of Sciences and a member of the Chinese Thousand Young Talents Plan, he exemplifies excellence. His inclusion in the "Six Talent Peaks" High-level Talent Program and the "Changkong Elite" Talent Program reflects his standing as a distinguished professional. Notably, his work has been acknowledged in "China's Top 100 Most Influential International Academic Papers."

Impact and Influence

With an H-index of 52 and over 13,000 citations, Dr. Chang's influence is evident in the scientific community. His over 120 SCI papers in top-tier journals attest to the significance of his contributions. His research has advanced the fields of solar catalysis, energy conversion, and materials science, leaving a lasting impact on the academic landscape.

Legacy and Future Contributions

Dr. Kun Chang's legacy is marked by transformative research in materials science. His pioneering technologies in solar utilization and energy storage are foundational. As he continues to lead projects, mentor future scholars, and innovate in materials science, Dr. Chang's legacy is poised for enduring contributions to sustainable energy and materials research.

Notable Publications

Boost of solar water splitting on SrTiO3 by designing V-ions center for localizing defect charge to suppress deep trap 2023 (2)

Mechanistic Understanding of Alkali‐Metal‐Ion Effect on Defect State in SrTiO3 During the Defect Engineering for Boosting Solar Water Splitting 2023 (7)

Understanding targeted modulation mechanism in SrTiO3 using K+ for solar water splitting 2022 (14)

La,Al-Codoped SrTiO3 as a Photocatalyst in Overall Water Splitting: Significant Surface Engineering Effects on Defect Engineering 2021 (45)

In Situ Assembly of MoSx Thin‐Film through Self‐Reduction on p‐Si for Drastic Enhancement of Photoelectrochemical Hydrogen Evolution 2020 (25)