Célia Tavares de Sousa
Porto University
Specialized in nanoscience and nanotechnology and her interdisciplinary research has been mainly focused on the fabrication of nanostructures using self-assembling methods for biomedical and fuel cells technological applications. After completed her PhD degree in Physics–Nanotechnology at Porto University (UP), she was awarded a Post-Doc FCT mix-fellowship between IN-FIMUP, Porto University and INA, Zaragoza University (Spain). Between 2013/14, she received a contract as auxiliar researcher at CEMUP. Since 2013, CTS is also working as auxiliar professor at the Portuguese Catholic University (UCP). Célia Sousa has an h-factor of 14 (scopus/ISI) and published 55 papers  in international peer review journals and with over 600 citations. Since 2011, she leads the Self-assembling Nanofabrication IFIMUP Lab supervising a research team with 9 members.

Nanofabrication of advanced materials using self-organized templates

Pierre Saint-Grégoire
MIPA Laboratory, University of Nîmes,  France
Full professor in University of South Toulon-Var, Editor-in-Chief for France and French-speaking countries of the South, of the International Scientific Journal on Alternative Energy and Ecology (ISJAEE), Editor-in-chief of the international research journal Materials and Devices, President of the non-governmental non-profit organization Collaborating Academics. He is specialized in Phase transitions, nano-structures, mesoscopic materials. Renewable energy and related materials. SAINT-GREGOIRE Pierre, Jean has published 60 communications in international conferences, 18 invited talks in international conferences, 18 seminars, about 50 conference papers, more than one hundred articles published in indexed international journals.

On the problem of polarization and charges within domain walls in dielectrics

Mohammed FOUAIDY
IPNO - Institut de Physique Nucléaire, Orsay France
Project Leader in Institute of Physics Nuclear d’Orsay (IPNO) in France; he is expert in SRF cavities for the past 27 years. He supervised of 3 PhD thesis, a post-doc and 11 post-graduate students, hold a patent and award (gold metal at Eureka), leaded/coordinated at IPNO the activities (CARE project), leaded the project 6 of ESS (Development of the vacuum furnace for heat treatment of SRF cavities), published 97 articles, and is referee at several journals (Cryogenics, RSI, Superconductor Sc and Tech., J. of Applied Physics,..). 

Piezoelectric actuators for fine dynamic tuning of Superconducting RF cavities fundamental mode frequency

Faculty of Sciences, Moulay Ismail University Morocco

Professor at Faculty of Sciences, Meknes, Morocco, Researcher in Theoretical Physics, Statistical Physics, Soft-Condensed Matter, and Biological Sytems. Supervision of many theses. Author of more than four hundred of scientific papers and advanced books. Editor of many International Scientific Journals. Expert to the benefit of several International Scientific Institutions. Member of the directory of many National and International Scientific Societies and Receipient of many Awards and Distinctions.

Lecture on the anomalous diffusion in Condensed Matter Physics

Lahcen Khouchaf
Institut Mines Telecom,  Université de Lille Douai, France 
Professor of Physics, experimental techniques and nanotechnology  in IMT, Lille university, France. After a Master  I in 1991  from Chouaïb Doukkali University El Jadida Morocco in Physics, he followed a Master II in 1992 from University of Strasbourg and Mulhouse, France in Condensed Matter and a PhD in 1996 from University of Haute Alsace, France in Physics, In 2004, he obtained an accreditation to supervise research, France, 
He worked on divers microscopy and spectroscopy instrumentation development (Synchrotron radiation LURE, SLS and Soleil), Environmental Electron Microscopy and Microanalysis to study the properties at low scale of different materials (SiO2, thin films, zeolites and concrete). He is membership and member of editorial board of different societies and international journals such as “American Journal of Physical Chemistry”.

Environmental Electron Microscopy and nanomaterials : case of SiO2 compounds

LPMC, Université de Picardie Jules Verne, Amiens France
Lecturer, HDR at the Laboratory of Physics of Matter Condensed (LPMC) of Amiens
Ferroelectric ceramics, perovskites, Relaxer, single crystal X-ray diffraction and Neutrons, structural refinement (Rietveld), dielectric measurements, impedance spectroscopy, Calorimetry (DSC) dilatometry (DMA). Scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Transmission (TEM and HREM) polarized light microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, layers Thin by PLD, material characterization, Rheology, theoretical aspects, conductivity Electric, liquid crystal, electrocaloric effect, magnetic properties by PPMS.
67 publications in peer-reviewed journals
Impact Item 75.69, RG Score 29.14, Google Scholar Quotations> 370,
H-index 11, Reads> 4315.

History of Data Storage and New Systems

Abdelali RAHMANI
LEM2A, Faculty of Sciences, Moulay Ismail University Morocco

Professor of Physics at Faculty of Sciences, Université Moulay Ismail , Meknès. Director of Laboratory of Advanced Materials Studies and Applications (LEM2A). Researcher in Functional Nanomaterials and Numerical simulation. Supervision of many theses. Author of Several scientific papers.

+45 publications in peer-reviewed journals
Impact Item +96,
RG Score 31.08,
Reads> 350. 

 The spectral moment’s method: improvements and applications

Jean Louis bantignies
L2C,Université de Montpellier,  France
Professor of Physics in Université Montpellier II
Research topics or attachments:
- Functional Nanomaterials
- Development and study of networks, films and composites based on nanotubes.
- Doping, confinement and functionalization in nanotubes

  Confinement of organic dyes inside carbon nanotubes

9.pngLaurent Alvarez
L2C,Université de Montpellier,  France
Lecturer in University Montpellier II
Team: Nanomaterials
Other research theme (s) or affiliation (s):
Development and study of networks, films and composites based on nanotubes.
- Doping, confinement and functionalization in nanotubes

 Copper hexacyanoferrate (CuHCF) functionalized SWCNTs for the solid-liquid selective extraction of cesium

Abdelmalek Essaadi University,  Morocco

Adil Chahboun received his Ph.D degree from University Paul Sabatier, Toulouse France. He worked as a Post. Doc. at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver Canada (2001-02). He was a visiting scientist and a non permanent member of the physics center of Minho University (2004-2013) Braga, Potugal. Actually he is professor at Abdelmalek Essaadi University & University of New England. His main research interest is the fabrication and characterization of nanostrctures embedded in dielectrics (Ge, SiGe, ZnO). He has published more than 50 articles in international journals.

SiGe nanocrystals embedded in SiO2 for charge storage applications

Abdelilah Benyoussef
Hassan II Academy of Sciences and Techniques

Abdelilah Benyoussef was awarded the phD in statistical physics at the University Paris-Sud in 1983.

Resident member of the Hassan II Academy of Sciences and Techniques, Director of the Materials and Nanomaterials Center at MAScIR, Founding Member of the Laboratory of Magnetism and High Energy Physics and of the Unit for Training and Doctoral Research in Condensed Matter and Statistical modeling of systems, founding member and national coordinator of the "Condensed Matter and Systems Modeling" cluster. President and founding member of the Moroccan Society of Statistical Physics and Condensed Matter. Editor and founding member of the Moroccan Journal of Condensed Matter.

Author of more than 400 publications, 10 chapters of books, 6 patents of invention

Topics of interest: Materials and Nanomaterials, Statistical physics, Phase transitions, Surface physics and interfaces, complex systems, Modeling and simulation. 

Magneto caloric Materials for Magnetic Refrigeration

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