Prof. Leung D.Y.C.,
The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China
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Prof. Dennis Y.C.
Leung received his BEng (1982) and PhD (1988)
from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at
the University of Hong Kong. He had worked with
the Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd. for five years
heading the air pollution section of the company
before joining the University of Hong Kong in
1993. Professor Leung is now a full professor
and Head of the Department of Mechanical
Engineering specializing in materials related to
environmental pollution control and renewable &
clean energy development. He has published more
than 500 articles in this area including 350+
peer reviewed SCI journal papers. His current
h-index is 82 and total citations are 37000+. He
is one of the top 1% highly cited scientists in
the world in energy field since 2010 (Essential
Science Indicators) and named as a Highly Cited
Researcher by Clarivate Analytics for the past
five years from 2017 to 2021. Prof. Leung has
delivered more than 80 keynote and invited
lectures in many international conferences.
Prof. Leung is a chartered engineer, a fellow of the IMechE, Energy Institute and HKIE. He was also the Past Chairman of the Institute of Energy (HK Branch), and currently serves as an editorial board member of a number of journals including Applied Energy, Energy Conversion and Management, Applied Sciences, and Associate Editor of Progress in Energy.
Prof. Danny Sutanto
University of Wollongong, Australia
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Danny Sutanto received his B.Eng. and PhD from the University of Western Australia in 1978 and 1981 respectively.
Following his graduation, he joined GEC Projects, Australia as a Power System Analyst. In 1982 he joined the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of New South Wales. In 1996 he joined the Hong Kong Polytechnic University as a Professor in Electrical Engineering. In 2006, he joined the School of Electrical, Computer and Telecommunications Engineering at the University of Wollongong as the Professor of Power Engineering.
His main areas of research are power system analysis, power system economics, voltage stability, harmonics, power electronics and computer-aided education. He has published numerous papers in the areas of electromagnetic transient analysis, power system analysis, voltage instability, design of harmonic filters, FACTS, Battery Energy Storage Systems, computer-aided teaching systems, power system expansion planning, electrical machines and power electronics, in total over 500 papers including 140 journal papers.
He was appointed as the Regional Representative of the Power Engineering Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Electronic) for Region 10, Asia –Pacific, 2001-2004 and the IEEE Industrial Applications Society (IAS), Region 10 (Asia Pacific), Area Chair, 2011 ??2017. He has been invited to be the members of the International Advisory Boards for several international conferences. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Smart Grid and Clean Energy.
German University in Cairo, Egypt
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2017 Full Professor, Faculty of Information Engineering and Technology, German University in Cairo, Egypt
2014 Co-founder of the Center for Computational Engineering, German University in Cairo, Egypt
2011 Head of Electronics Engineering Department, German University in Cairo, Egypt
2010 Assoc. Prof., Faculty of Information Engineering and Technology, German University in Cairo, Egypt
2009 Guest Scientist in the research unit of Draeger, Luebeck, Germany (begin of a cooperation including regular research stays for research and development of pulsed ion mobility spectrometry as a tool for environmental monitoring)
2013, 2017 Scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in the framework of the international scientific exchange program (WAP)
2004 Familie-Schindler-Foerderpreis Award for the doctoral thesis, Christian-Albrecht-University, Kiel, Germany
Prof. Gunzer is a specialist in (laser) mass spectrometry and ion mobility spectrometry. His research activities concentrate on device development/improvement regarding resolving power etc., and the application of theoretic principles such as quantum chemical calculations and theoretic ion mobility calculations as well as simulations for the device development. Currently, he works on a novel high resolving power Cassinian Ion Trap. The analytical focus is on smaller molecular systems typically found in hazardous substances.