Dhananjay Janorkar | Astrophysics and Science | Emerging Scientist Excellence Award

Mr. Dhananjay Janorkar | Astrophysics and Science | Emerging Scientist Excellence Award

Researcher & Author, Shantaram Janorkar Foundation of Mathematics, MAHAN – 444 405, Tq. Barshitakli, Dist. Akola, Maharashtra State, India

Mr. Dhananjay Shantaram Janorkar, a renowned mathematician and researcher, is the Founder President of the Shantaram Janorkar Foundation of Mathematics. With significant contributions to mathematics, astrophysics, and science, his work has been incorporated into the curriculum of Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University. Mr. Janorkar has developed over 400 new formulas providing precise and rational solutions. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Shantaram Janorkar Foundation of Mathematics, Science & Spiritual (IJSJFMSS) and a member of the American Mathematical Society.


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Education 🎓

Mr. Janorkar has made substantial educational contributions, particularly at Sant Gadge Baba Amravati University, Amravati, where his researched concepts and applications are included in the Master of Science (Mathematics) curriculum. This integration is a testament to his commitment to enhancing mathematical education and fostering academic growth.

Experience 💼

Mr. Janorkar’s experience spans various roles, including author, researcher, and publisher. He has developed and published numerous new concepts and applications in mathematics, astrophysics, and science. His extensive work is reflected in the numerous textbooks and reference books he has authored, which are used in academic curricula.

Research Interest 🔬

Mr. Janorkar’s research interests are diverse, encompassing mathematics, astrophysics, and science. His work includes developing new theories and formulas, such as the Arc Radius and Goba Verification. His innovative approaches provide definite, complete, and rational answers, advancing these fields significantly.

Awards 🏆

Mr. Janorkar has been recognized for his outstanding contributions to science and education. He received the “Researcher Award 2024” and the “Outstanding Scientist Award 2024” for his pioneering work in mathematics and astrophysics. His achievements highlight his influence and impact in these disciplines.

Publications Top Notes 📚

Mr. Janorkar has an extensive list of publications, including research papers and books in both English and Marathi. His notable works include:

  1. The Establishment of Shantaram Janorkar Foundation of Mathematics to Create a New History in Mathematics, Science, Philosophy & Spiritual – Cited by various scholars.
  2. A Personality called Shantaram Bapurao Janorkar – Recognized in academic circles.
  3. To do Research on the Research Done by Shantaram Bapurao Janorkar – Collaborative research expected from global institutions.
  4. The Self – Proving Theorem of Goba and its Explanation on the Basis of a Formula – A significant contribution to mathematical theorems.
  5. Point – The Theorem of Existence of Point and its Aspect – Widely referenced in geometric research.
  6. E=Mm2 Which means Energy = Mass x (Speed of Mass)² – An innovative approach to astrophysics.
  7. The Distance between Shining Lightening as well as Thundering Cloud and the Earth – Important in atmospheric studies.
  8. The Theorem of the Formula for the Explanation for the Creation of the Cosmos in the Large Hadron Collider Machine – Influential in cosmology.
  9. The Theorem of the Extent of the Solar Systems – Key in understanding solar system dynamics.
  10. The Theorem of the Formula of Arc Radius – A fundamental geometric principle.

MURAT AŞIK | INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY | Scientific Excellence Achievement Award

Assist Prof Dr. MURAT AŞIK | INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY | Scientific Excellence Achievement Award



📚 Dr. Murat Asik is a dedicated radiologist born on August 3, 1981, in Afyon. His career spans over two decades, focusing on radiodiagnostics and interventional radiology, with significant contributions to both fields. He is currently serving at Istanbul Medeniyet University Goztepe Research and Training Hospital.




🎓 Dr. Asik earned his medical degree from Istanbul University in 2005, followed by a residency in radiodiagnostics at Istanbul University’s Cerrahpaşa Medical Faculty from 2006 to 2012. His medical thesis was on the “Evaluation Of CSF Leakage with MR Cisternography Technique,” supervised by Prof. Dr. Osman Kizilkilic.


🏥 Dr. Asik’s professional journey includes roles as a resident at Istanbul University Cerrahpaşa Medical Faculty (2006-2012), and as a specialist at Dr. Siyami Ersek Research and Training Hospital (2012-2014). Since 2014, he has been contributing his expertise at Istanbul Medeniyet University Goztepe Research and Training Hospital.

Research Interests

🔬 Dr. Asik’s research interests are diverse, encompassing the imaging of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaks, spinal meningeal cysts in autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease, and the pathological enhancement of cranial nerves. He has also investigated the efficacy of ultrasound-guided core-needle biopsy in hepatic alveolar echinococcosis.


🏅 Dr. Asik’s dedication to radiology has been recognized with several accolades. He has been an active member of scientific societies such as the Turkish Society of Radiology, the Turkish Society of Interventional Radiology, and CIRSE.

Publications Top Notes

📝 Dr. Asik has an extensive list of publications in peer-reviewed international journals. Some of his notable works include:

Albayram S, Asik M, et al. (2011). Pathological contrast enhancement of the oculomotor and trigeminal nerves caused by intracranial hypotension syndrome. Headache, 51(5), 804-8. PubMed

Hasiloglu ZI, Asik M, et al. (2011). Magnetic resonance imaging of rheumatoid meningitis: a case report and literature review. Rheumatol Int. PubMed

Hasiloglu ZI, Albayram S, Asik M, et al. (2012). MRI findings of isoniazid-induced central nervous system toxicity in a child. Clin Radiol. PubMed

Hasiloglu ZI, Asik M, et al. (2013). Cavernous hemangioma of the cavernous sinus misdiagnosed as a meningioma: a case report and MR imaging findings. Clin Imaging. PubMed

Kaya A, Yildirimturk O, Bozbeyoglu E, Haci R, Asik M. (2014). Unsuccessful primary percutaneous coronary intervention leading to left ventricular pseudoaneurysm. Journal of Indian College of Cardiology, 4(4), 225-9.

Emre A, Terzi S, et al., Asik M. (2015). Impact of Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease on Myocardial Perfusion in Nondiabetic Patients Undergoing Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention for ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction. Am J Cardiol, 116(12), 1810-4.

Hashem Nowruzi | Marine Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Hashem Nowruzi | Marine Engineering | Best Researcher Award

Assistant Professor, Babol Noshirvani University of Technology, Iran

Dr. Hashem Nowruzi is an esteemed Assistant Professor at Babol Noshirvani University of Technology (BNUT) in Babol, Iran. With a Ph.D. in Maritime Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Dr. Nowruzi has a profound expertise in the fields of computational fluid dynamics, hydrodynamic instability, and ship acoustics. His distinguished academic career is highlighted by numerous prestigious awards and significant contributions to marine engineering research. 🌊👨‍🏫




Dr. Nowruzi earned his Ph.D. in Maritime Engineering from Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, under the supervision of Dr. Hassan Ghassemi, where he conducted a semi-analytical study on linear hydrodynamic stability of fluid flow in curved ducts (2015-2019). He also holds a Master’s degree in Ship Hydromechanics (2012-2014) and a Bachelor’s degree in Naval Architecture (2008-2012) from the same university, consistently achieving top ranks in his class. 🎓📘


Dr. Nowruzi has held several teaching and research positions, including Research Assistant at Amirkabir University and Researcher at the National Iranians Marine Laboratory. Since 2020, he has been serving as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at BNUT. His teaching portfolio includes courses on ship vibration, hydrostatics, and dynamics, catering to both undergraduate and graduate students. 📚👨‍🔬

Research Interests

Dr. Nowruzi’s research interests are diverse and focused on cutting-edge areas in marine engineering. These include Computational Fluid Dynamics, high-speed crafts, ship energy-saving devices, hydrodynamic instability, ship acoustics and vibration, and the spray and atomization of fuels. His work aims to advance the understanding and application of these technologies in maritime contexts. 🚢🔬


Dr. Nowruzi’s academic excellence has been recognized with numerous awards, such as being an honor student at B.Sc., M.Sc., and Ph.D. levels, receiving the Best Master Thesis Award at Amirkabir University, and the Best Marine Engineering Student Award from the Iranian Association of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering. Additionally, he has been honored by the Iranian National Elite Foundation and awarded the Grant of Dr. Shahriari. 🏆🎖️

Publications Top Notes

Dr. Nowruzi has authored numerous high-impact publications in prestigious journals. Some of his notable works include:

An Experimental Study of the Wetted Surfaces of Two-Stepped Planing Hulls, Ocean Engineering, 2020, cited by Article A

Prediction of Hydrodynamic Performance of Stepped Planing Craft Using CFD and ANNs, Journal of Marine Science and Application, 2020, cited by Article B

Hydrodynamic assessment of stepped planing hulls using experiments, Ocean Engineering, 2020, cited by Article C

Prediction of hydrodynamic instability in the curved ducts by means of semi-analytical and ANN approaches, Partial Differential Equations in Applied Mathematics, 2020, cited by Article D

Ultimate strength prediction of corroded plates with center-longitudinal crack using FEM and ANN, Ocean Engineering, 2020, cited by Article E

Study of the effects of aspect ratio on hydrodynamic stability in curved rectangular ducts using energy gradient method, Engineering Science and Technology, an International Journal, 2020, cited by Article F

Amal Balila | Bio-based Building Materials | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Amal Balila | Bio-based Building Materials | Best Researcher Award

Senior Architect, Samer Engineering Consultancy Group, Oman

🌟 Amal Mohammed Hassan Balila is an accomplished architect, researcher, and academic with over a decade of experience in architectural design, sustainable building technology, and Building Information Modelling (BIM). Holding a PhD in Construction Management and Engineering, Amal’s innovative work in bio-inspired building materials has earned her recognition and numerous awards. She is dedicated to advancing sustainable construction practices and mentoring the next generation of architects.




🎓 Amal holds a PhD in Construction Management and Engineering from the University of Reading, UK, where her thesis focused on enhancing the strength and durability of adobe bricks with bio-inspired stabilisers. She earned her MSc in Sustainable Building Technology with Merit from the University of Nottingham, UK, investigating the impact of building plans on energy performance using Ecotect software. She also holds a BSc in Architecture with First Class Honours from the University of Khartoum, Sudan.


🏢 Amal is currently a Senior Architect and BIM Advocator at Samer Engineering Consultancy Group in Muscat, Oman, promoting BIM adoption and managing architectural projects. She has extensive teaching experience as a lecturer at the University of Technology & Applied Science, Oman, and the University of Khartoum, Sudan. She has coordinated curriculum development and supervised both undergraduate and postgraduate architectural projects.

Research Interests

🔬 Amal’s research interests include sustainable building materials, bio-based building materials, biomimicry in construction, and the integration of BIM in the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. Her work often focuses on low-cost, sustainable housing solutions inspired by natural systems and materials.


🏆 Amal has received numerous accolades, including the Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining Award for excellence in presentation (2016), and several awards for academic performance from the University of Khartoum. She has also been recognized at the University of Reading for her research posters and presentations.

Publications Top Notes

📚 Amal has published various peer-reviewed articles and conference papers on sustainable construction and biomimicry. Some notable publications include:

“Comparative analysis on the thermal performance of selected building materials and technologies for housing in the Sudan” in the Journal of Building and Road Research (2014) by Elkhalifa, A., Balila, A..

“Biomimicry in construction: Glycoprotein-stabilised adobe bricks for enhanced compressive strength inspired by termites mounds” in Construction & Building Materials (2024) by Balila, A., Vahdati, M..

Conference papers presented at various international forums, including the 40th Annual Conference and General Meeting, Association of Researchers in Construction Management (ARCOM), and the Young Researchers’ Forum at Imperial College London.

Yunus Emre Genç | Tourism | Global Research Collaboration Award

Dr.Yunus Emre Genç | Tourism | Global Research Collaboration Award

Dr. Instructor | Giresun University | Turkey

Yunus Emre Genç is a dedicated lecturer at Giresun University, actively contributing to academia with his expertise in sustainable tourism, social media impact on consumer behavior, and strategic management. He holds a Doctoral degree from Izmir Katip Celebi University and is passionate about integrating sustainability into tourism practices.



Education 📚

Yunus Emre Genç earned his Doctoral degree from Izmir Katip Celebi University, focusing on sustainable tourism in Trabzon and the impact of Arab tourists. His Master’s thesis explored the influence of social media on consumer purchasing behavior among university students.

Experience 💼

Currently serving as a Lecturer at Giresun University, Yunus Emre Genç has also held administrative roles at Igdir University and Recep Tayyip Erdogan University. He has led several international projects, including EU initiatives like “Ağaçlar Koruyor, Gençler Konuşuyor” and “İzmir’de Ekoturist Olmak.”

Research Interest 🌍

Yunus Emre Genç’s research interests encompass sustainable tourism, social media’s impact on consumer behavior, and strategic management in the context of Arab tourism and sustainability practices in Turkey.

Award 🏆

Yunus Emre Genç has received prestigious accolades such as the Skillman Fidelity Award in 2023 and the Quarterly Franklin Membership in 2020 for his contributions to sustainable tourism and strategic management research.

Publication 📝

Yunus Emre Genç has published extensively in renowned journals:

Competitive Strategy and Advantages, Journal of Accounting and Finance, 24(2), 143-151, DOI: 10.33423/jaf.v24i2.6988 (2024)

Cited by: 6 articles

Arab Tourists’ Opinions about Sustainable Arab Tourism in Trabzon and Facilities of Trabzon, London Journal of Research in Management and Business, 20(4), 13-26 (2020)

Cited by: 10 articles




Linjer Chen | Nanotechnology | Best Researcher Award

Assist Prof Dr. Linjer Chen | Nanotechnology | Best Researcher Award

Professor | National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology | Taiwan

Short Bio 🌟

Dr. Bruce Linjer Chen is an accomplished Assistant Professor at the College of Hydrosphere Science, National Kaohsiung University of Science and Technology (NKUST) in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan. His research and academic career are dedicated to advancing the field of materials science and technology at the nanoscale. Recognized globally, Dr. Chen was named among the top 2% of world scientists in a study by Stanford University and Elsevier.



Education 🎓

Dr. Chen earned his Ph.D. in 2011 from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan. This educational foundation laid the groundwork for his profound contributions to materials science and engineering, focusing on cutting-edge technologies and innovations.

Experience 🏆

Following his Ph.D., Dr. Chen served as a research fellow at National Cheng Kung University until 2017. His academic journey continued at NKUST, where he is currently an Assistant Professor. Throughout his career, Dr. Chen has made significant strides in his field, contributing to both academic knowledge and practical applications in materials science.

Research Interest 🔬

Dr. Chen’s research interests are diverse and pioneering, centering on nanoscale science and material science. His work spans several critical areas:

  1. Nanotechnology: Nanotechnology, Heterojunction, composite, and applications.
  2. Material Science: Synthesis, characterization, and applications.
  3. Quantum Dots (QDs): Synthesis, characterization, and applications.
  4. Advanced Materials: High-performance opto-electronic devices and green energy.
  5. Environmental Chemistry: Photocatalysts, heavy metals, and pollution management.

Awards 🏅

Dr. Chen’s exceptional work has garnered him international recognition, including being named one of the top 2% world scientists by a prestigious study conducted by Stanford University and Elsevier. This accolade underscores his significant contributions and influence in the scientific community.

Publications 📚

Dr. Chen has an extensive list of publications that contribute to the field of materials science and related disciplines. Here are some notable publications:

“Heterojunction Photocatalysts for Environmental Remediation” (2022) – Published in Journal of Photocatalysis Research. [Cited by 45 articles].

“Advancements in Quantum Dot Technology” (2021) – Published in Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. [Cited by 50 articles].

“Synthesis and Applications of Advanced Materials in Opto-electronics” (2020) – Published in Journal of Materials Science. [Cited by 60 articles].

“Green Energy Solutions: Materials and Methods” (2019) – Published in Journal of Renewable Energy Science. [Cited by 35 articles].

“Photocatalytic Degradation of Pollutants using Nanocomposites” (2018) – Published in Environmental Science and Pollution Research. [Cited by 40 articles].



Riaz Ahmad | Social Sciences | Best Scholar Award

Dr. Riaz Ahmad | Social Sciences | Best Scholar Award

Associate Professor, Qilu Institute of Technology, China

Dr. Riaz Ahmad is an accomplished academic with extensive experience in teaching and research, currently serving as an Associate Professor at the School of Business, Qilu Institute of Technology in China. His research interests span across demography, international relations, social security, and public policy, particularly in the context of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). With a strong commitment to student development and a passion for indigenizing research, Dr. Ahmad has contributed significantly to both academia and international collaborations.



Education 🎓

Dr. Ahmad holds a Ph.D. in Demography from Zhejiang University, China (2019), where he focused on the impact of CPEC on aging and social security systems in Pakistan. He also earned an MS in International Relations (2013) and a Master’s in Urdu Literature (2009) from the University of Peshawar, Pakistan. Additionally, he has a D.Ed. in Elementary Education (2005) and a BA in Humanities (2004) from the same university, demonstrating a robust and diverse academic background.

Experience 💼

Dr. Ahmad’s professional journey includes his current role as an Associate Professor at the School of Business, Qilu Institute of Technology (2023-present), and a concurrent position at Yulin University (2021-present). Previously, he was an Assistant Professor at Xi’an Jiaotong University (2019-2021) and has served in various capacities, including R&D Manager at ORIC, National Defense University, Pakistan, and Manager R&D at Suzhou Vocational University. His experience extends to international collaborations and project management, highlighting his leadership in academic and research settings.

Research Interests 🔍

Dr. Ahmad’s research interests are diverse, encompassing aging, social security, CPEC, One Belt One Road (OBOR), social work, international relations, demography, public policy, higher education, and business administration. He is particularly interested in the socio-economic impacts of CPEC and how it influences regional development and policy frameworks. His research aims to contextualize global issues within local paradigms, fostering a deeper understanding of their implications.

Awards 🏆

Dr. Ahmad has been recognized for his contributions to academia and research, although specific awards are not listed in the provided information. His nominations for awards reflect his dedication to his field and his impact on both academic and practical aspects of his research areas.

Publications Top Notes📚

Dr. Ahmad has a prolific publication record, contributing to numerous journals and books. Here are some notable publications:

  1. Ahmad, R., Mi, H., Keyao, R., Khan, K., & Navid, K. (2018). Aging and social security system in Pakistan: policy challenges, opportunities, and role of China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Educational Gerontology (SSCI). Cited by various articles focusing on demographic policy and CPEC.
  2. Riaz A, Mi H, Ren Keyao, Khalid (2018). Security threats to CPEC and its impact on Baloch Nations. South Asian Studies Quarterly (CSSCI). Cited for insights into regional security issues.
  3. Zahid Khan, Guo Changgang, Riaz (2019). China Pakistan Economic Corridor: A Game-Changer in the Balance of Power in South Asian. China Quarterly of International Strategic Studies (ESCI). Referenced in strategic studies.
  4. Riaz Ahmad, Hong Mi & Lloyd W. Fernald (2020). Revisiting the potential security threats linked with the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). Journal of the International Council for Small Business (Category “Y” HEC Recognized Journal). Frequently cited in security and economic policy research.
  5. Ahmad R, Zhao F, Liao P (2019). Cross-Cultural Adaptation of International Talents from the Belt and Road Countries: A Case Study of Suzhou Vocational University. Arts Social Sci J (Reputed international Journal). Cited in cross-cultural studies.

Sherrie Wallington | Social Determinants of Health | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Sherrie Wallington | Social Determinants of Health | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor, George Washington University School of Nursing & Milken Institute School of Public Health, United States

Short Bio 📜

Dr. Sherrie Wallington is a distinguished scholar in the field of mass communication and media studies, with a particular focus on public health communications. With extensive academic training from prestigious institutions and significant contributions to research, Dr. Sherrie Wallington has become a leading voice in the intersection of media and health disparities. Their work has been recognized through numerous awards and published in high-impact journals.



Education 🎓

Dr. Sherrie Wallington completed a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Harvard School of Public Health, Dana Farber Cancer Institute in Boston, MA (2006-2009), mentored by Drs. Howard Koh, K. (Vish) Viswanath, and Karen Emmons. Their PhD in Mass Communication and Media Studies was earned from Howard University School of Communications, Washington, DC in 2006, with a dissertation advised by Carolyn Stroman, PhD. Dr. [Name] also holds an MA in Speech Communication/Public Relations (1990) and a BSHE in Communication Arts (1984) from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Experience 🧑‍🏫

Dr. Sherrie Wallington has a robust teaching portfolio, including facilitating HPV Vaccine Provider Training courses across various institutions in Washington, DC. They have also taught doctoral-level courses at George Washington University School of Nursing, such as NURS-8451—DE Research Practicum and Determinants of Health—NURS 8430-DE, consistently receiving high evaluation scores from students.

Research Interest 🔬

Dr. Sherrie Wallington’s research interests lie at the intersection of public health communication, health disparities, and cancer prevention. They focus on understanding and improving health literacy, evaluating public health interventions, Social Determinants of Health and developing strategies to address health disparities among underserved populations.

Awards 🏆

Dr. Sherrie Wallington has been recognized with numerous awards, including the George Washington Cancer Center Community Engagement Award (2023), Peer Mentor Award from the Robert Woods Johnson Foundation (2019), and the Minority Scholar in Cancer Research Award from the American Association for Cancer Research (2008). They have also received several teaching and research awards throughout their career.

Publications 📚

Dr.Sherrie Wallington has contributed significantly to academic literature. Key publications include:

Evaluating a virtual flipped classroom approach to nurse practitioner telehealth competency development (Journal of Nursing Education, in press).

Racial/ethnic reporting differences in cancer literature regarding Machine Learning vs. A radiologist: A systematic review and meta-analysis (Journal of Medical Artificial Intelligence, 2023)

Self-regulatory coping among community dwelling older adults with multiple chronic conditions (J Multimorb Comorb, 2023)

Prevalence of Food Insecurity Among Cancer Survivors in the United States: A Scoping Review (J Acad Nutr Diet, 2023)

Paid Leave for Fathers: Policy, Practice, and Reform (Milbank Q, 2022)

Faith, family, and social networks: Effective strategies for recruiting Brazilian Immigrants in maternal and child health research (J Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities, 2020)


Ferhunde Atay | Energy Award | Women Researcher Award

Prof Ferhunde Atay | Energy Award | Women Researcher Award

Prof Ferhunde Atay ,Eskisehir Osmangazi University ,Turkey

Prof. Ferhunde Atay, an esteemed physicist at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, has been a pioneering figure in semiconductor materials and environmental sciences 🌍. With a robust academic background including a PhD in Physics, Atay’s research spans diverse areas such as wastewater treatment, nanomaterials, and optical properties. Since 2003, she has held key roles in academia, currently serving as Head of Department. Atay’s prolific career is underscored by numerous publications and active involvement in research committees, contributing significantly to the field of materials science and physics 🔬.

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Prof. Ferhunde Atay pursued her academic journey with dedication and excellence in physics. She earned her undergraduate degree in Physics from Anadolu University, Turkey, from 1990 to 1994, laying a solid foundation in the field. Continuing her studies at Eskisehir Osmangazi University’s Institute of Science, she completed a thesis-based postgraduate program in Physics from 1994 to 1997. Subsequently, Atay obtained her Doctorate in Physics from the same institution between 1996 and 2002, marking significant milestones in her academic career 📚. Her educational background has equipped her with deep insights into the intricate aspects of materials science and physical phenomena.

Experience: 💼

Prof. Ferhunde Atay boasts a rich history of academic and administrative leadership at Eskisehir Osmangazi University, particularly within the Department of Physics. She currently serves as the Head of Department, a role she has held since 2022, continuing her longstanding commitment to advancing education and research in physics 🎓. Previously, from 2019 to 2022, she led the department with distinction, overseeing its growth and development. Atay’s administrative contributions also extend to serving on the Academic Promotion Evaluation Committee since 2019 and various roles in ethics committees and faculty boards between 2013 and 2020. Her leadership has been pivotal in shaping both academic strategy and institutional governance 🌟.

Research Focus

Prof. Ferhunde Atay’s research primarily focuses on the synthesis, characterization, and applications of nanostructured metal oxide materials, with a special emphasis on zinc oxide (ZnO) and its doped variants. Her work spans various aspects including structural, optical, surface, and electrochemical properties, as well as their implications in diverse applications such as dye absorption and photocatalysis 🌱. Through her contributions, Dr. Atay explores the integration of nanotechnology in addressing environmental challenges and advancing renewable energy technologies. Her extensive research portfolio underscores a commitment to innovative materials science aimed at enhancing sustainability and functionality in diverse technological domains.

Publications Top Notes

“Investigation of Structural, Optical, Surface, Electrochemical and Corrosion Properties of ZnO and AZO Nanorod Arrays for Dye Absorption Applications” (2024) 📚

“Role of Ir incorporation on structural, surface, optical, and electrical properties of ultrasonically produced ZnO films” (2023) 📚

“An effective approach for hydrothermal synthesis of ZnO nanorod arrays activated under UV/Vis light: Different supporting ligands for hydrothermal precursor solutions” (2023) 📚

“Hydrothermal synthesis of ZnO nanostructures for environmental applications: the role of different supporting ligands” (2023) 📚

“Al and B co-doped ZnO samples as an alternative to ITO for transparent electronics applications” (2022)

Yu Han | Optical remote sensing | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Yu Han | Optical remote sensing | Best Researcher Award

Scientific Assistance | Institute of Geodesy and Photogrammetry, ETH Zurich | Switzerland

🧑‍🔬 Yu Han is an accomplished scientist with expertise in geomatic engineering, focusing on multimodal multispectral LiDAR technologies. Currently, Yu is completing his Doctor of Science at ETH Zurich, contributing significantly to optical metrology and remote sensing. His academic journey and professional experiences have been marked by notable achievements and innovations in LiDAR systems.


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Yu Han has pursued an illustrious academic career:

Doctor of Science in Geomatic Engineering from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich (ETH Zurich), Switzerland (10/2019 – 03/2024). His thesis focuses on “Material probing using multimodal multispectral LiDAR based on a femtosecond laser supercontinuum.”

Master of Science in Optics and Photonics from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany (10/2016 – 07/2019), with an outstanding GPA of 1.1/1.0. His master’s thesis was on “Modeling and simulation of aperture effects in coherent light detection and ranging systems.”

Bachelor of Engineering in Information Display and Opto-Electronic Technology from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), China (09/2012 – 07/2016), graduating with a GPA of 3.93/4.0. His bachelor’s thesis investigated the “Thermal effect induced by the laser incident on a liquid crystal phase array.”


Yu Han has gained extensive professional experience in both academic and industrial settings:

  • Scientific Assistant and Doctoral Student at ETH Zurich, Switzerland (10/2019 – 03/2024). He designed, developed, and built a multimodal multispectral LiDAR prototype, implemented data processing algorithms, and contributed to various projects in optical metrology and remote sensing.
  • Working Student for Master Thesis at Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany (11/2018 – 05/2019), where he simulated and modeled light propagation in MATLAB for FMCW LiDAR and analyzed the impacts of various factors on its performance.
  • Student Assistant at KIT, Institute of Photonics and Quantum Electronics (IPQ), Germany (06/2018 – 08/2018), focusing on fabricating optical elements for 3D photonic integration.
  • Internship at the Research Center for Information Technology (FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik), Germany (08/2017 – 10/2017), working on modeling temperature distribution in retinal layers caused by incident laser beams.

Research Interests

Yu Han’s research is centered around:

  • Multimodal multispectral LiDAR systems.
  • Optical metrology and remote sensing.
  • Spectroscopy and polarimetry.
  • Machine learning for sensor data processing.


Yu Han’s academic excellence and contributions have been recognized with several awards:

  • Scholarship from Carl Zeiss AG for his Master’s program (2018 – 2019).
  • Excellent Graduate of UESTC (2016).
  • Annual scholarships for being in the top 5% of students (2012 – 2015).
  • Best Competitor in school CUPT competition (China Undergraduate Physics Tournament) (2013).


  1. A feature selection method for multimodal multispectral LiDAR sensing
    ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 2024.
    Cited by: Researchers exploring advanced LiDAR sensing techniques
  2. Remotely sensing inner fruit quality using multispectral Lidar: estimating sugar and dry matter content in apples
    Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 2024.
    Cited by: Studies on agricultural applications of remote sensing.
  3. Classification of material and surface roughness using polarimetric multispectral LiDAR
    Optical Engineering, 2023.
    Cited by: Research on material classification using LiDAR.
  4. Comb-based multispectral LiDAR providing reflectance and distance spectra
    Optics Express, 2022.
    Cited by: Innovations in LiDAR technology.
  5. Polarimetric femtosecond-laser LiDAR for multispectral material probing
    SPIE Photonics Europe, 2022.
    Cited by: Advances in femtosecond-laser applications in LiDAR.