Keynote Speakers

The information about the Keynote Speakers of ICEEIE2015 is as follows, which will be updated regularly.

Cheng Haili

Biography: Haili Cheng is currently an associate professor and director in Architectuure Engineering Experiment Center in College of civil engineering, North China University of Technology (NCUT). She received her B.S. degree in Chemistry from Hebei Teacher’s University and M. E. degree Wu Han University of Technology China, in 1987 and 1990, respectively. She joined Beijing Building Materials Academy of Sciences Research in 1990 and then joined NCUT in 2001 as an Assistant Professor. Her current research focuses on resource recovery of solid waste, such as coal gangue, construction waste (waste concrete, waste clay brick) and so on. She took charge of and participated in over 10 national or provincial level projects, won 3 authorized patents of invention, one utility model patent, one monograph, and issued nearly 40 academic theses.

Topic: Composite activation of high alumina coal gangue and the analysis on its pozzolanic effect

Abstract: On the purpose of developing new activity admixture for cement base material and broadening the comprehensive utilization way for High Alumina Coal Gangue(HACG) from Inner Mongolia, the activated effect of mechanically, thermally and chemically composite activation on HACG was studied by testing the strength of cement mortars with activated HACG,the relationship between its micro-structure under different calcining temperature and activated effect was studied using SEM, XRD and FT-IR. Taking the Strength Activity Index (SAI) and Contribution Rate of Pozzolanic Effect (CRPE) as the inspected object, the pozzolanic effect of the HACG being activated with different ways above was analyzed. The results show that the HACG can be activated to some extent by mechanical grinding, but the effect is limited. The HACG can be effectively activated by calcining, and the optimal calcining temperature is 800℃, at this temperature the kaolinite in HACG can be decomposed into high activated SiO2 and AI2O3, thus, the SAI and CRPE of cement mortars with HACG can reach to 126.5% and 44.7% respectively at 28d. The SAI and CRPE are further increased to 142.6% and 50.9% respectively while being calcinated with Ca(OH)2. After being calcinated with Ca(OH)2, 2% Na2SO4 being added, the compressive strength is up to 78.9 MPa, SAI up to 157% and CRPE up to 55.5% at the same age.

Professor Joniarto Parung

Biography: Joniarto Parung is a Professor at the University of Surabaya (Ubaya). Currently he is working as a lecturer of Industrial Engineering and Postgraduate School (MM) Ubaya, Indonesia. He took his Bachelor degree on Hasanuddin University, Makassar, studied Master degree on ITB Bandung, Indonesia and PhD from University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK. He has published and presented some of his research on Supply Chain Management field, and has delivered seminars in Glasgow, Singapore, Budapest, Fontainebleau, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Allahabad/India and around Indonesia. As an operation management consultant, he has over 20 years experience with some national companies in Indonesia. As an academic and professional he is currently University of Surabaya (Ubaya) Rector for the period of 2011-2015 and 2015-2019.

Topic: Future World Challenges: Conscious Collaboration for Food Supply Chain

Abstract: The world population is about 7.349 billion people and it is expected to grow by 32% to 9.725 billion by 2050. Food demand will roughly double in the next 35 years time and at the same time more land is being converted to housing and infrastructure facilities. Famine or lack of food is happening nowadays to almost 900 million starving because some of food are wasted or cannot be given just because of the supply chain problem. Supply Chain's challenges are increasing food availability, fixing food supply chain including decreasing damage, loss and wasting in supply chain. Food is a fundamental requisite for human existence. However, food chains are increasingly becoming complex and multi tiered. Therefore, one of the most needs of the world is collaboration for providing enough food purpose. What is needed is a conscious collaboration which is collaboration with a depth of awareness of partners and depth respectful for the similar purpose. Collaboration that is needed is a collaboration based on humanitarian purposes.

Dr. Lei Cui

Biography: Lei Cui is a roboticist who designs and develops novel robots for various applications. His research has been motivated by the belief that rigorous mathematical results will enable engineering advancements while the practical aspects of implementation would drive theoretical progress. The goal of his work is to create sophisticated robotic systems by looking into nature for inspiration and applying computational robotics.
He received his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering in July 2010 from the Department of Mechanical Engineering, King’s College London (UK). He continued his employment as Postdoctoral Research Associate after graduation. In February 2011 he moved to the Robotics Institute, Carnegie Mellon University (US) and worked as Postdoctoral Fellow until July 2012. He then joined the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Curtin University (AU) and was appointed Lecturer in Mechatronics, which he currently holds.
He has been focusing on robotic hand design and its applications and is currently extending his expertise to hand exoskeleon for rehabilitation. Lei developed a novel three-fingered robotic hand with an articulated palm. The investigation of alternative plam forms led to the discovery of a series of novel overconstrained mechanisms. He creatively applied his expertise in modern differential geometry to the analysis and synthesis of the posture, workspace, and manipulability of this robotic hand. He then thoroughly investigated the kinematics of the robotic hand and identified the singularity-free range of motions by applying the singular-value-decompositon method. He further established a novel model of contact kinematics between fingertips and the grasped object by using the moving-frame method from modern differential geometry. A unique optimal approach was proposed to teleoperate a 24-DOF humanoid robotic hand. Recently he led a multi-disciplinary team to develop a highly portable 3D printable non-assembly hand exoskeleton adapted to individual’s anthropometric differences.
He currently resides in Perth, Australia, with his wife, Qin Yu, and his son, Haoqian Cui. He and his family have been enjoying kayaking and rowing in the Canning River, snorkelling in the Mettam’s Pool, and playing basketball in the Willetton Basketball Stadium.

Topic: Robotic Rehabilitation, Mechanism Design, Hand Exoskeleton

Abstract: Robotic rehabilitation has proven to be cost-effective in accelerating the rehabilitation process by eliminating the constant need for supervision by a therapist. We designed and developed a novel three-dimensional (3D) printable non-assembly five-fingered robotic hand exoskeleton for rehabilitation. A single degree-of-freedom (DOF) linkage was designed to actuate each finger with 3 output links that correspond to the three phalanxes of the human finger. We used a parametric modelling approach that suits the dimensions of individual’s hand. The fabrication of this dynamic model was achieved by printing the complete assembly including all the driving links, output links, and joints. We manufactured a prototype and developed real-time actuation and control. The reported unique linkage design, combined with parametric modelling and 3D printing technology, pave the way for mass customization of active assistive and resistive hand exoskeletons. This robotic exoskeleton can help the rehabilitation of post-tendon surgery and assist in daily living activities of people with degenerative muscular dystrophy.

Shazia Kousar

Biography: Shazia Kousar is serving as Assistant Professor of Chemistry at Khawaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology (KFUEIT) Rahim Yar Khan. In 2000-2002, she received her BSC and MSc degree in Chemistry from Islamia University Bahawalpur, respectively. She did MSc thesis on Pyrazole ipso substitution. In 2004, joined HEJ Research Institute of Chemistry, (ICCBS) in the MS leading to PhD Program under and found potent inhibitors of α-Glucosidase enzymes did pioneer work on the Solid Phase Synthesis. University of Karachi, Pakistan. In 2006, she joined the laboratory of Prof. Dr. Guy Bertrand and derived the mechanism of entirely new reaction for the formation of allene from enamine and terminal alkynes published in PNAS 2007. Continuation of work published in Chem.Eur.J. Based on this work a big literature is increasing day by day for scientific community. In 2009, as postdoctoral fellow work on Harmine, Harmaline, Menthol projects. Some of her work is published in RSC advances 2015. In 2011-2013 worked as assistant professor in GCUF and supervise graduate and undergraduate students in Suzuki coupling reactions, Metal Complexes synthesis and synthetic modification of Tryptamine and Glycyrrhetinic acid, biologically active compounds. Supervise two MPhil students. She has excellent expertise in Glove Box, UV, IR, 1D, 2D NMR, MS, Schlenk Techniques, Handling of air sensitive compounds, structure elucidation. SAR studies, Chromatography.
Research Interest: Her research interests are biologically active compounds in the field of organic synthesis, heterocyclic chemistry, natural products, organometallic Chemistry, stable Carbene, catalysis, medicinal Chemistry, bioassay studies, nanotechnology, biotechnology, material sciences and neurotransmitters.
Honors: Junior and senior Fellowship by HEJ (ICCBS). PhD Fellowship Award under Split PhD program by HEC. 0.5 Million Project by HEC under IPFP programme.11 national and international publications with good scientific impact. National, International presentation to present her work at national and international level. ACS Member.

Topics: Introduction of Scientists for Humanity in the Khawaja Fareed University of Engineering and Information Technology

Abstract: As a newly established University in Rahim Yar Khan the place which is directly linked with three provinces of Pakistan. This place should have to pay more attention to take its part to civilize the society of Pakistan. KFUEIT is the area where have green lands with high fertility and blue sky with warm sunshine. And poverty is the great teacher and scientists, Shazia friends have to collaborate with teacher by creating the link between academia, Industry and Health. Based on this Concept we have to establish the Material Research Centre where we give the best solutions of problems linked directly or indirectly to humanity. We have the program of the Diagnostic Labs with truthful and trustful results.
KFUEIT will start the journey and by the collaboration of scientists and big funding agencies of the world, will hope for the best.

Important Dates
Submission:Oct. 30, 2015
(Extended to Nov. 17, 2015)
Within 7-10 days after the submission
Conference: Dec. 12-13, 2015
Papers submitted to the conference should be in English or Chinese.
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