Prof. Dr. Mahammad A. Nurmammadov
Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University, Azerbaijan
Mahammad A. Nurmammadov graduated from Mathematics and 1987 at Novosibirsk State University (Russian). Department of Applied Mathematics Post graduated with Ph. Degree of Physical Mathematics (dissertation title: On the solvability of a some boundary value problems for mixed type differential equations with some degenerating planes") Second degree Doctor of Science Researches (dissertation title: “On the solvability of local and nonlocal boundary value problems for non-classical equations of mathematical physics in multi-dimensional domain") Worked in Novosibirsk State University (USSR), Head of department, and Vice-Rector of Scientific Affairs of Lankaran State University, associated professor at the Oil Academy Azerbaijan (department of applied mathematics ) and present Azerbaijan State Pedagogical University. He is Chief-in Editor of some of journals in America, member of editorial board of more than 17 journals of countries (America, Europe and so on). Organization Committee and Reviewers of 43 International Conferences , Symposiums, more than 800 refereed papers, Published book in USA, and 47 papers and at the first time obtained New Typeless System Equations (for linear and nonlinear cases) and New Well-Posed Boundary Problems which is has application in physical fields, to the problems of transonic flow, noise, plasma. Moreover, obtained solvability of new boundary value problems for higher order non-classical linear equations. Established mathematical modeling languages and constructed theorem of concurrences between world languages.
Dr. Al Shawabkeh, Mahmoud
Dr. Al Shawabkeh, Mahmoud a Jordanian lecturer and researcher in field of Computer Science and Management Information Systems. His first degree (Bachelor of Computer Science & Information Systems) obtained from Philadelphia University, Jordan and obtained second degree (Master of Computer Science) from University Science Malaysia, furthermore he obtained second master of Cyber Security and Management from WMG, Warwick University, Dr. Alshawabkeh PhD in Science and Technology obtained from USIM. Now he is working as a trainer and an executive manager at Mideast Malaysia Training. Before that he was a university lecturer for about 14 years. Besides being a joy to work at the university and trainer, he is a take-charge person who is able to presents a creative idea and communicate the benefits. He has successfully developed several contributions for workplace that have resulted in increase of efficiency in delivering knowledge to university students and training participants. Though he is an asset to university teaching and research efforts, he is also extraordinarily helpful in other areas of the work. In addition to writing effective training modules for academic staff, he assumed a leadership role in meetings, inspiring and motivating other colleagues. Not to forget to state the participation in writing a bestselling textbook used by the university students to learn basics of C programming.
Topic:The Role of Cyber Security in Business Modeling and Development
The term cyberspace is used to describe systems and services connected either directly to or indirectly to the Internet, telecommunications and computer networks. Modern business depends upon the timely, adequate and confidential performance of cyberspace. Thus, cybersecurity is important to all organizations because it endeavours to ensure that cyberspace continues to work when and as expected even under attack. Cybersecurity is no longer a pure computer security issue. Instead, cybersecurity as a policy matter because the illicit use of cyberspace could hamper information safety and organization security activities. This keynote discusses the role of cyber security in business modelling and development; the typical ends it seeks to accomplish and the context that influences its execution. The keynote also discusses how organizations can build capacity to execute a cybersecurity business modelling and the resources required to address risks.
Dr. Hui Sun
Academy of OPTO-Electronics, Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China
Topic: Human Cadaver Retina Model for Retinal Heating during Corneal Surgery with a Femtosecond Laser
Femtosecond lasers are widely used in everyday clinical procedures to perform minimally invasive corneal refractive surgery. The intralase femtosecond laser (AMO Corp. Santa Ana, CA) is a common example of such a laser. In the present study a numerical simulation was developed to quantify the temperature rise in the retina during femtosecond intracorneal surgery. Also, ex-vivo retinal heating due to laser irradiation was measured with an infrared thermal camera (Fluke Corp. Everett, WA) as a validation of the simulation. A computer simulation was developed using Comsol Multiphysics to calculate the temperature rise in the cadaver retina during femtosecond laser corneal surgery. The simulation showed a temperature rise of less than 0.3 degrees for realistic pulse energies for the various repetition rates. Human cadaver retinas were irradiated with a 150 kHz Intralase femtosecond laser and the temperature rise was measured withan infrared thermal camera. Thermal camera measurements are in agreement with the simulation. During routine femtosecond laser corneal surgery with normal clinical parameters, the temperature rise is well beneath the threshold for retina damage. The simulation predictions are in agreement with thermal measurements providing a level of experimental validation.
Prof. Bin Liu
Nanjing Medical University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
Dr. Bin Liu is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Nanjing Medical University, a faculty member of Key Laboratory of Clinical and Medical Engineering and member of youth committee of digital medical association of Chinese medical association. Dr. Liu received his B.E. and M.E. degrees in Biomedical Engineering from Shandong University of Science and Technology, Qingdao, and his Ph.D. degree in Biomedical Engineering at Southeast University under the tutelage of Dr. Nongyue He. Dr. Liu research interest is in molecular detection of major diseases and detection equipment, wearable physiological signal monitoring and rehabilitation robot research. Dr. Liu has published more than 20 articles in peer-reviewed journals such as J. Biomed. Nanotechnol., J Nanobiotechnol., and Coordin. Chem. Rev. He (co-)invented High-throughput SNP detection system, rapid identification system for microorganisms. Dr. Liu is interested with many aspects of nanotechnology innovations, including high-sensitivity pathogen detection, drug-loaded nano-system, novel nanomaterial and nanosensors.