Alabama A&M University, USA
Dr. Anjan Biswas earned his MA and Ph.D. degree in Applied Mathematics from the University of New Mexico, USA. After completing his Post-Doctoral studies at the University of Colorado, Boulder, he joined Tennessee State University, in Nashville, Tennessee, USA, as a faculty member. Currently, he works as a faculty member in Mathematics at Alabama A&M University that is located in Normal, Alabama, USA. His current research interest is in Mathematical Photonics. In particular, he focuses on the propagation of solitons through optical fibers along trans-oceanic and transcontinental distances. He concentrates on soliton perturbation theory, "quasi-stationary" solitons, "quasi-particle" theory, variational principle as well as "semi-inverse" variational principle that are all applicable to the study of optical solitons.
Independent Researcher, USA
Javad Fardaei was born 1949 in Iran. He was educated in Tehran, received his degree in Chemical Engineering and moved to the USA in 1975 furthering his education in Computer Science. He was a business entrepreneur for over 30 years in the car and furniture industries and he is an autodidact in the field of Physics, Quantum Mechanics and the Universe. He is a pioneer in the theories of Quantum Mechanic origins of the Universe and has published two books: The DNA of the Universe and The Quantum Mechanics Universe.He is founder of the theory of quantum mechanic gravity.
independent researcher, France
HervÃe Le Cornec is an independent researcher whoâ€™s interest is to build a theory of physics that embed no postulate at all. The theorem of the Keplerian kinematics is coming from this research. He used it to develop a space rendezvous simulator that does not need to solve the Lambertâ€™s problem any more. HervÃ© Le cornec has directed the Unix service at the Department of Scientific Calculation of Dassault Aviation, and has been expert by the Prime Minister concerning the cryptology issues of the french numeric law.
Azad Univerity of Tehran, Iran
Soroosh Mohammadi Farsani (S.M. Farsani) is a researcher in Functional Analysis at IPM - Institute for Research in Fundamental Sciences in Iran (Tehran) who is fluent in four languages. He is assistant Professor of Functional Analysis. He received PhD in Real and functional analysis (2012) from PFUR (Russia, Moscow) and Postdoctoral in Operator Theory and Function Spaces (2013) from Lulea-Sweden. Dr.Soroosh M. Farsani has authored/co-authored 2 books, 2 chapters in books and more than 10 scientific publications. He is a member of the American Mathematical Society (2008-Now) and Russian Mathematical Society (2008-Now), and Referee of Some ISI journals.
Prof. Dr. Anwar Ja'afar Mohamed Jawad was born in Baghdad, Iraq (1961). He is now one of the academic staff in Al-Rafidain University College, Baghdad-Iraq. His designation is professor in Applied Mathematics from (2014). The academic Qualifications are PhD. in Applied Mathematics from University of Technology, Baghdad, (2000), M.Sc. in Operation Research from University of Technology, Baghdad, (1989), and B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering from Baghdad University, (1983). He is interested in Differential equations, and Numerical analysis. He published in international journals more than 75 papers in solving nonlinear partial differential equations. One of the published paper in 2010 presented new method for solving PDEs called Modified Simple Equation Method which considered as a reference to authors and got more than 350 citations.
Francis T.S. Yu is an Evan Pugh Emeritus Professor of Electrical Engineering at The Pennsylvania State University, University Park. The author and co-author of thirteen books and co edited of four books. He is a Life Fellow of The IEEE, The OSA and The SPIE. Dr. Yu was the 2004 Dennis Gabor Award winner of The International Society for Optical Engineering, the co-recipient of The IEEE 1998 Donald G. Fink Prize Award and The 2016 Emmett N. Leith Medal of the Optical Society of America. Dr. Yu received the Ph. D. degree (1964) in electrical engineering from The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has published over 300 refereed papers in various technical journals and the recipient of The 1993 Premier Research Award of the Penn State Engineering Society and the 1993 Faculty Scholar Medal at Penn State University. He is an Honorary Professor of The National Chiao Tung University (Taiwan), The Nankai University (China) and others.
The ICFAI University,India
Biplob Sarkar has completed his PhD in Astrophysics at the age of 32 years from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. He is currently Assistant Professor in ICFAI University-Tripura. He has published 5 papers in reputed journals and two conference proceedings. He is the Life Member of the Physics Academy of the North East (PANE), India and Indian Association of Physics Teachers (IAPT) and Visiting Associate of the Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune, India. He is also the Principal Investigator of an ongoing ISRO sponsored project towards utilising AstroSat Archival Data at ICFAI University-Tripura