Archives of Pure and Applied Chemistry

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Prof. Jetty L Duffy Matzner

Professor
Department of Chemistry
Augustana University
United States of America
Tel: 605-338-9142


Dr. Jetty L Duffy-Matzner is a Professor in the Chemistry Department at Augustana University, USA. He received his Ph.D. in the Department of Organic Chemistry at University of California, Davis in 1993. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from

Dr. Jetty L Duffy-Matzner is a Professor in the Chemistry Department at Augustana University, USA. He received his Ph.D. in the Department of Organic Chemistry at University of California, Davis in 1993. He received his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from Boise State University in 1987. Dr. Duffy-Matzner was Elected to Committee on Committees, American Chemical Society in 2016, Steering Committee for ACS Regional & National Meeting Registration & Planning in 2013, Diagnostic Undergraduate Chemical Knowledge Committee for the Examinations Institute, Division of Chemical Education, American Chemical Society (ACS) in 2013 and honored with Awardee of the American Institute of Chemist's Student Research and Recognition Foundation in 1986. Dr. Jetty L Duffy-Matzner's research interests includes heterocyclic organic methodology and chemical education and Differences in the stereoselectivity and regioselectivity of intramolecularcycloaddition reactions of alkene/alkyne moieties and either nitrile oxides or trimethy-silyl nitro reactive intermediates.
Prof. José D Carriquiry Beltrán

Senior Research Professor
Institute of Oceanological Research
Autonomous University of Baja California
United states of America
Tel: +52-646-1744-601


Dr. Jose D Carriquiry Beltran is an Senior Research Professor in the Institute of Oceanological Research at Autonomous University of Baja California, USA, Leader of Environmental Geosciences Research Group UABC and Professor Graduate Program in Coastal Oceanography. UABC. Dr. Jose Carriquiry

Dr. Jose D Carriquiry Beltran is an Senior Research Professor in the Institute of Oceanological Research at Autonomous University of Baja California, USA, Leader of Environmental Geosciences Research Group UABC and Professor Graduate Program in Coastal Oceanography. UABC. Dr. Jose Carriquiry received his BSc in Oceanography from the Autonomous University of Baja California, Mexico, and Ph.D in Geology/Geochemistry from McMaster University, Canada. Dr. Jose Carriquiry has been a visiting professor at distinguished universities in the USA, France, Spain. Dr. Jose Carriquiry is currently affiliated to Harvard University. Dr. Jose Carriquiry research interest includes Marine geochemistry and biogeochemistry, Marine & aquatic pollution and toxicology, marine ecology (coral reefs), trace metals and stable isotopes. Dr. Jose Carriquiry also conducts research on the environmental degradation of the coral reefs in the Mexican Caribbean and Southern Gulf of Mexico.
Prof. Avinash E Pillay

Professor
Department of chemistry
College of Arts & Sciences
The Petroleum Institute
Abu Dhabi


Dr. Avinash E Pillay is a Professor in the Department of chemistry at College of Arts & Sciences, The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi. Dr. Avinash E Pillay completed his Ph.D in the department of Nuclear Analytical Chemistry at University of London

Dr. Avinash E Pillay is a Professor in the Department of chemistry at College of Arts & Sciences, The Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi. Dr. Avinash E Pillay completed his Ph.D in the department of Nuclear Analytical Chemistry at University of London in 1982. Dr. Avinash E Pillay completed his MSc in the department of Nuclear Analytical Chemistry at Chemistry at University of Durban-Westville, South Africa in 1979 and his BSc honor in the department of chemistry at University of Durban-Westville in 1977, and his BSc in the department of physics and chemistry at University of Durban-Westville in 1976. Dr. Avinash E Pillay is honoured for organizing Committee, World Research Journals Conf., 7-8 Dec., 2015, Dubai, UAE. He was nominated for ENI Award, 2010 Arts & Sciences Research Award, 2010. Invited Speaker: Waste Management Conference, Dubai, Jan., 2009. Invited Speaker: Royal Society of Chemistry, UAE, Abu Dhabi, June, 2009. Dr. Avinash E Pillay research intersts includes both nuclear and atomic techniques and measurements in environmental science and in analytical chemistry. He is been active in the nuclear field. He taught and conducted his research in the area associated with ICP-MS, atomic absorption, atomic emission, neutron activation, XRF, PIXE, gamma-ray techniques and charged particle methods.
Dr. Hong Wang

Associate Professor
Department of Chemistry
Miami University
United States of America
Tel: 940-369-8238


Dr. Hong Wang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Miami University, USA. She started her independent career as an assistant professor at Miami University in 2007. She was promoted to associate professor in 2013.In 2016, she moved to

Dr. Hong Wang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, Miami University, USA. She started her independent career as an assistant professor at Miami University in 2007. She was promoted to associate professor in 2013.In 2016, she moved to University of North Texas as an associate professor. Dr. Wang received her bachelor degree from Shandong University in China in 1990 and her PhD with Kevin M Smith from UC. Davis in 2003. She was honored with Hong Wang Theme Journal Award, 2012; Hong Wang Distinguished Scholar Award (Miami University), 2012; NSF Career Award, 2011-201; Hong Wang Royal Society of Chemistry Emerging Investigator, 2011. Dr. Hong Wang Member of the American Chemical Society (2000-present) and Hong Wang Member of the Porphyrin Society (2009-present), etc. Dr. Hong Wang's research interests focuses on the development of enamine/metal Lewis acid cooperative catalysts for asymmetric organic transformations, and design and synthesis of porphyrin-based organic materials.
Dr. Kwok Feng Chong

Associate Professor
Industrial Chemistry Programme
Universiti Malaysia Pahang
Malaysia
Tel: +6095-492-403


Dr. Kwok Feng Chong is an Associate Professor and Head of Industrial Chemistry Programme at Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. Dr. Chong completed his ph.D in the Department of chemistry at National University of Singapore in 2010. Dr. Kwok Feng Chong completed

Dr. Kwok Feng Chong is an Associate Professor and Head of Industrial Chemistry Programme at Universiti Malaysia Pahang, Malaysia. Dr. Chong completed his ph.D in the Department of chemistry at National University of Singapore in 2010. Dr. Kwok Feng Chong completed his B.sc in industrial chemistry at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in 2004. Dr. Chong was honored with Obelisk World Invention Award + Platinum Award + Diamond Award + Gold Award: “Biowaste as Energy Storage Supercapacitor” – British Invention Show (BIS), United Kingdom (2015) and Gold Medal: “Biowaste as Energy Storage Supercapacitor” - 26th International Invention & Innovation Exhibition (ITEX), Malaysia (2015). Dr. Kwok Feng Chong's research interest includes Advanced Material, Renewable Energy, Electrochemistry, Supercapacitors, Biosensors, Corrosion Study.
Dr. Jianwen Jiang

Associate Professor
Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
National University of Singapore
Singapore
Tel: 656-516-5083


Dr. Jianwen Jiang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at National University of Singapore and Faculty of NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering, NUS. Dr. Jiang completed his PhD at East China University

Dr. Jianwen Jiang is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at National University of Singapore and Faculty of NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering, NUS. Dr. Jiang completed his PhD at East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China in 1998. Dr. Jianwen JIANG completed his BEng, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China in 1994. Dr. Jianwen JIANG awarded IES Prestigious Engineering Achievement Awards at Institution of Engineers, Singapore in 2010. National Outstanding PhD Thesis at Ministry of Education, China in 2000. Dow Award at Dow Chemical (China). Dr. Jianwen Jiang's research interests includes Computational Materials Modeling and Design, Metal-Organic Frameworks/Porous Materials, Polymer Membranes, Gas Hydrates, Ionic Liquids, Amphiphilic Polymers/Peptides/Surfactants for Drug Delivery.