We sincerely welcome Prof. Dr. Carlo Santulli from University of Camerino, Camerino, Italy, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Prof. Carlo Santulli. He is an expert in the field of composite materials, including in particular the use of natural fibres and the development of materials based on agrowaste. Also, he will aim to contribute on how the materials can be developed with increasingly sustainability. We appreciate Prof. Santulli for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Dr. Seetharama C. Deevi of Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, United States, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Seetharama C. Deevi developed advanced materials, formulated the Exo-Melt Process for safe melting of intermetallics, and the Exo-Melt Process won the most prestigious, and coveted R&D 100 Award in 1995. Dr. Deevi directed a multi-million-dollar intermetallics program on alloy design, development, and manufacturing of iron aluminides into sheet form by diligently taking the program from a scientific understanding to commercial production in a matter of just two years. Manufacturing of intermetallic sheets with 4-6% ductility won an R&D 100 Award in 2000.
Dr. Deevi received a Ph.D from the Indian Institute of Science, a Master of Engineering with a specialization in Manufacturing Systems Engineering from the University of Virginia, and a Master of Business Administration from Duke University. His career has spanned roles across Brown University, University of California, Davis, and Altria Group, Inc. He was a Visiting Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and an Academic Visitor at University of Cambridge. He served on the Editorial Boards of International Materials Reviews, Intermetallics, Journal of Materials Research, Journal of Thermal Spray Technology, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance. He was nominated as Chairman of the Board of Editors and has been a Member of the Board of Editors of the Research-Technology Management for over 15 years. He published over 150 archival papers with a Google citation index of 15,416, a h-index of 55 and an i10 index of 138. He received over 50 US patents on the alloy design, processing, and manufacturing of materials. He was elected as a Fellow of ASM International in 1999. He won ASM’s Allen Ray Putnam Service Award in 2001. We appreciate Dr. Deevi for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Dr. Mohammad Tavakkoli Yaraki from National University of Singapore, Singapore, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Tavakkoli Yaraki’s expertise is advanced materials with focus on plasmonic nanostructures for various biomedical applications as well as environmental applications. We appreciate Dr. Tavakkoli Yaraki for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Professor Israel Felner from Hebrew University (HU) of Jerusalem, Israel, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Professor Felner has completed his PhD at the HU of Jerusalem, and his Postdoctoral studies were at UCSD, San-Diego, California, USA, under the supervision of Prof. B.T. Matthias. Since 1973 till date, he has been working at the "Racah" Institute of Physics at the HU. He became a Full Professor in 1995 and served as the Chairman of Physics Studies during 2003-2006. He has published more than 530 papers in reputed journals. We appreciate Professor Felner for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Professor Chun-Hway Hsueh from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Professor Hsueh received his PhD degree From Department of Materials Science and Engineering at University of California, Berkeley. Before joining National Taiwan University in 2010 as a Distinguished Professor, he was a Distinguished R&D Staff at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Professor Hsueh’s formal training is analytical modeling. He has developed analytical models and derived closed-form solutions for many complex problems to identify key parameters in controlling properties/performance of materials and to provide guidelines in the material design. His work has been extensively cited and he was listed as ISI highly cited researcher in Materials Science in 2002. Since joining National Taiwan University, his work has been extended to the applied research. His current research work includes metallic glasses, high entropy alloys, nanoindentation, surface-enhanced Raman scattering, and plasmonics nanodevices, etc. He has authored or coauthored more than 270 scientific journal papers. Professor Hsueh is an Academician of Asia Pacific Academy of Materials (APAM), a Fellow of the American Society for Metals (ASM), a Fellow of the American Ceramic Society (ACerS), and a Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation (WIF). We appreciate Prof. Hsueh for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Dr. Aritra Ghosh from University of Exeter, United Kingdom, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. Ghosh is a lecturer of the Renewable Energy Group in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences and also part of the interdisciplinary Environment and Sustainability Institute. We appreciate Dr. Ghosh for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Dr. Kwok Wei Shah from National University of Singapore, Singapore, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. So far, Dr. Shah filed 7 patent applications. Presently, Dr. Shah is preparing a book chapter, 1 paper and 2 patents applications. Dr. Shah is a renowned scholar who specializes in the nanotechnology and nanomaterials for green building applications and energy efficiency, green building, electroluminochromic materials, polymers, textile materials. We appreciate Dr. Shah for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Dr. Nicolas L'Heureux from University of Bordeaux, France, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Dr. L'Heureux is a renowned scholar who specializes in the use of extracellular matrix produced by cells in culture for tissue engineering applications. His expertise is focused primarily on tissue-engineered human blood vessel (TEBV). He led the team that first implanted a completely biological TEBV in the arterial circulation of a human. We appreciate Dr. L'Heureux for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Prof. Chul B. Park from University of Toronto, Canada, to join the Editorial Board of Recent Progress in Materials. Prof. Park is a world leader in the development of innovative, cost-effective technologies for the foamed plastics. Meanwhile, he is a renowned scholar who specializes in the advanced manufacturing and materials engineering and thermal and fluid sciences engineering. We appreciate Prof. Park for his participation and support.
We sincerely welcome Professor Hossein Hosseinkhani from Matrix, Inc., USA, to lead the journal Recent Progress in Materials as the funding Editor-in-Chief. Professor Hosseinkhani is an experienced Chief Executive Officer with a demonstrated history of working in industry and academia. He is highly skilled in Research and Development (R&D), chemistry, materials science, biomaterials, nanotechnology, and transmission electron microscopy. He is strong entrepreneurship professional with a Doctor of Philosophy - PhD focused in Polymer Chemistry from Kyoto University, currently, CSO at Matrix, Inc. Professor Hosseinkhani is a renowned scholar who specializes in biomaterials, nanotechnology, biomedical engineering, drug delivery, tissue engineering, biosensors. We appreciate Professor Hossein Hosseinkhani for his participation and support.