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Keynote

ICNFM2019 invited experts in industrial control network and system engineering research attend conference and deliver keynote/plenary speech. If you are interested in attending us, please send your CV with your speech title and abstract to us cfp@icnfm.org.


Prof. Jianzhong Du
Tongji University, China

Jianzhong Du received his PhD in chemistry in 2004 from Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) under the supervision of Prof. Yongming Chen.He worked with Prof. Steve Armes at the University of Sheffield (2004-2008), Prof. Rachel O¡¯Reilly at the University of Cambridge and the University of Warwick (2008-2010) as a research fellow. He was an Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at TU-Chemnitz in Germany with Prof Werner A. Goedel in 2006. He was appointed as an ''''Eastern Scholar'''' professor at Tongji University in Shanghai in 2009, and adjunct Professor in Shanghai Tenth People¡¯s Hospital in 2015. At present he is head of department of polymeric materials, Tongji University.
His PhD thesis was awarded ¡®The Top 50 PhD Dissertations in CAS¡¯ in 2005 and ¡®The Nominated National Top 100 PhD Dissertations in China¡¯ in 2006. He was awarded Pujiang talent of Shanghai, New century excellenttalents in universities of ministry of education in 2010, Best supervisor of Tongji University (2013), National award for contribution of creative talents of returned overseas Chinese (2014), National award for the progress in science and technology (2016), Outstanding supervisor of the grand prize winner of the 15th ¡°challenge cup¡± extracurricular academic and technological competition for undergraduates in Shanghai, and national second class prize winner (2017), Excellent PhD thesis supervisor of Chinese composite materials society (2017), Innovative research article award for in polymer science, Chinese chemical society (2017).
His research interests focus on the synthesis, characterization, andapplication of amphiphilic, stimuli-responsive polymers and useful self-assembledpolymer nanomaterials such as vesicles, cylinders and micelles. He alsohas wide interests in the interdisciplinary bridging between polymer science,biomedicine, biocatalysis and materials science, such as controlled drug delivery, genedelivery, antibacterial materials, theranostic vesicles, and treatment of diabetes, etc.


Prof. GaoHong, He
Dalian University of Technology, China

Dr. Gaohong He received her Ph.D. in 1993 from Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Science. She has been a full professor in Dalian University of Technology since 2001. She was a winner of Science Fund for Outstanding Young Scholars of China in 2011 and appointed as a professor of Changjiang Scholar by the Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China in 2012.

She was a research associate in Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (1997-1998), an adjunct professor in Chinese Academy of Science (1995-2001), a Croucher Foundation Fellow in Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (2001-2002), a senior visiting professor in University of Technology of Compi¨¨gne, France (2005) and University of California, Riverside, USA (2006-2007), Georgia Institute of Technology, USA (2011) and The University of Texas at Austin, USA (2018).

Her research interests include membrane preparation for gas separation and ion transfer processes (such as fuel cell and redox flow battery), membrane processes, and materials for energy storage. Her studies have been obtained the continuous support of National Natural Science Foundation of China, Ministry of Science and Technology, and petrochemical enterprises.She authored 300+ publications in peer reviewed journals. She won twice the National Science and Technology Progress Award (second prize) of China's State Council in 2010 and 2018, as well as Gold medal with the congratulations of the jury in 45th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva in 2017


Prof. Yuezhong Meng
Sun Yat-sen University, China  

Professor Yuezhong Meng is the Pearl-River Professor of Polymer Chemistry and Physics at Sun Yat-sen University, China, and the director of the Key Laboratory of Low-carbon Chemistry and Energy Conservation of Guangdong Province, leading a group of 45 staffs and postgraduate students. His research areas include exploratory functional polymers, chemical utilization of carbon dioxide and new energy materials.

Meng received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Dalian University of Technology, China, and his Ph. D. in polymer chemistry from the same university in 1995 under the supervision of Professor Allan S. Hay (McGill University). He then joined the City University of Hong Kong as a Research Fellow from 1996 until 2003. From 1998 to 2001, he conducted postdoctoral research at the McGill University on functional polymers. Meng was chosen as a member of the prestigious "Hundred Talents" by Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1998. He has authored 278 publications in refereed international journals (more than 150 papers with IF greater than 3.0) and has 5 U.S. patents and 86 Chinese patents

 

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