ICMDA 2021 Speakers
Prof. Takashige Omatsu
Chiba University, Japan
Professor Omatsu received his B.S.
and Ph.D. degrees in applied physics from the University
of Tokyo, in 1983 and 1992, and he was appointed as a
Professor in Chiba University, in 2007. He has been
developing optical vortex light sources and pioneering
nano/micron structures fabrication based on optical
vortices illumination. He is currently playing a role as
an Editor-in-Chief, OSA Continuum, OSA publishing. Also,
he is serving as a Visiting Professor of Xinjiang Normal
University, China, Ajou University, Korea and Macquarie
He was awarded prize for Science and Technology, The Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology in 2016. He was also elected as OSA Fellow, SPIE Fellow and JSAP Fellow.
Prof. Hongqi Sun
Edith Cowan University, Australia
Dr. Sun became a Full Professor of Chemical Engineering at ECU in November 2017. Before he joined ECU in 2016 as an Associate Professor through the campaign of Vice-Chancellor’s Professorial Research Fellowship, he had worked at Curtin University for over seven years, beginning with a Research Fellow position (2009) to Curtin Research Fellow (2013) and then to Senior Research Fellow (2015). He remains an Adjunct Professor of Curtin University. His research focuses on synthesis of nanostructured catalyst materials, such as shape-controlled metals or oxides, nanocarbons, arrays and quantum dots for solar energy utilization and environmental remediation. So far he has published over 160 refereed journal papers and received over 8200 citations and achieved an h-index of 55 (Data from Google Scholar in October 2018). He has also secured over three million dollars funding including three ARC discovery projects, four CRC projects and two fellowships. He serves as an Associate Editor of RSC Advances and Journal of Advanced Oxidation Technologies, assessor of ARC, committee member of international conferences, and referee of international journals.
Assoc. Prof. Masahiro Nomura
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Nomura is an Associate Professor in Institute of Industrial Science, The University of Tokyo. He received Ph.D. degree in Applied Physics in 2005, respectively, from The University of Tokyo. His current research interests include hybrid quantum science, physics and controlling technology of phonon/heat transport in semiconductor nanostructures, and energy harvesting by thermoelectrics. The concept of his current research is “from photonics to phononics” using phononic crystals, which have some physical analogy with photonic crystals. He published over 100 refereed journal articles, and he has over 200 international conference presentations including over 50 invited talks. He is the chairman of Phonon Engineering Society in The Japan Society of Applied Physics. He is a recipient of The Young Scientists’ Prize by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (2012), ISCS Young Scientist Award (2017), German Innovation Award – Gottfried Wagener Prize (2018), Japan Society for the Promotion of Science Prize (2019), and eleven other awards.