RSUSSH 2018

The 3rd RSU National and International Research Conference on Science and Technology, Social Science, and Humanities. (RSUSSH 2018)

Plenary Speaker

Key Note Speaker

" START UP IN CHINA : Why China can

become the top country in the world ?"

Prof.Dr.Shaowei Chen

Prof. Dr. Shaowei Chen

"Information Science in JAPAN"

 

Prof.Dr. Ryo Maezono

 

DETAIL OF SPEAKERS


Planary Speaker

Prof. Dr. Shaowei Chen

Prof. Dr. Shaowei Chen finished his undergraduate studies in China in 1991 with a BS degree in Chemistry from the University of Science and Technology of China, and then went to Cornell University receiving his MS and PhD degrees in 1993 and 1996 respectively. Following a postdoctoral appointment in the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, he started his independent career in Southern Illinois University in 1998. In summer 2004, he moved to the University of California at Santa Cruz. He is currently a Professor of Chemistry and the Faculty Director of the UCSC COSMOS program. He can be reached at shaowei@ucsc.edu. Here is his Google Scholar Citation link.

ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS
 Associate Editor, Energy and Environment Focus, 2013 - . 
 Associate Editor, Science of Advanced Materials, 2013 - . 
 Editorial Board, Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems, 2011 - . 
 Editorial Board, Journal of Electrochemistry, 2011 - . 
 Visiting Distinguished Professor, Shandong University, CHINA, 2011. 
 Guest Professor, University of Science and Technology of China, 2003 - present.
 Oversea Eminent Scholar, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2005
 Tajima Prize, International Society of Electrochemistry, 2005
 US Young Observer to the IUPAC 43rd General Assembly and 40th Congress, 2005
 K. C. Wong Educational Foundation Research Fellowship, Hong Kong, China, 2003
 Oversea Young Investigator Award, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2002
 Research Corporation Cottrell Scholar Award, 2001
 National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development Award, 2001
 Hsu Sen Fa Scholarship, 1996
 General Society Student Poster Session Award, the Electrochemical Society, 1996
 Wentink Prize, Cornell University, 1996
 Liu Memorial Award, Cornell University, 1993
 Zhang Zongzhi Award, USTC, 1988, 1990
 Outstanding Students Scholarship, USTC, 1986-1991


Key Note Speaker;

Prof.Dr. Ryo Maezono

School of Information Science,
Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST).

- Associate Professor, School of Information Science,Japan Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (JAIST).
- Vice director of Simulation Science Center, JAIST (concurrent).
- Associate Professor, Green Device Center, JAIST (concurrent).

Education
- 1992-1995 ; Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, B.A. of Engineering in Applied Physics.
- 1995-1997 ; Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, MSc in Applied Physics
for a thesis entitled "Theoretical study on Doped Manganites" on 28 March 1997, supervised by Prof. Naoto Nagaosa.
- 1997-2000 ; Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering, University of Tokyo, PhD in Applied Physics for a thesis entitled
"Orbital degrees of freedom in perovskite manganites" on 29 March 2000, supervised by Professor Naoto Nagaosa.
Work Experience
- Jan.1999-Mar.2001; Research Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, (JSPS Research Fellow) ;
[Prof. Naoto Nagaosa group/Tokyo University].
- Jan.2001-Dec.2002; Research Associate (EPSRC post-doc. fellow, U.K.) at TCM (Theory of Condensed Matter) group, Cavendish
Laboratory,
University of Cambridge [working at Prof. Richard J. Needs group]
- Apr.2001-Feb.2007; Tenure Researcher of NIMS (National Institute for Materials Science), Computational Materials Science Center
[working at the 'First-Principles Simulation Group II'.]
- Mar.2007-Mar.2011; Lecturer (tenure track), School of Information Science, JAIST.
- Apr.2011-present ; Associate Professor (tenure), School of Information Science, JAIST.