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Keynote Speech I 

Speech Title:  Study on preparation and properties of nonisocyanate polyurethane


Prof. Li Sanxi  

Former Vice President of Shenyang University of Technology, China  


Short Biography  

Prof. Li has published more than 100 research papers and authorized more than 20 patents. He was awarded the Shenyang Top Ten Outstanding Young Intellectuals in 2001 and the Shenyang May 4th Medal. The first prize of Liaoning “Youth Science and Technology Award” was awarded in 2002. Awarded as an excellent expert and outstanding professional and technical personnel in Shenyang in 2003. Awarded as one of the top 100 scientific and technological innovators in Shenyang in 2005. Elected as a member of the Bureau of the Eleventh Liaoning Provincial People's Congress in 2008. Elected as the deputy Chairman of the Liaoning Provincial Committee of the Democratic League on July 6th, 2017

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Keynote Speech II 

Speech Title:  Research Advances in the Efficient Catalysts for the Combustion of Soot Particles from Engine Exhausts


Prof. Zhao Zhen  

Institute of Catalysis for Energy and Environment;

Dean of School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering,Shenyang Normal University, China

Short Biography

Dr. Zhao is a Changjiang Scholar, Distinguished Professor at Shenyang Normal University, Director of the Institute of Energy and Environmental Catalysis at Shenyang Normal University, and PhD supervisor at China University of Petroleum (Beijing). He is the Director of the Liaoning University Energy and Environmental Catalysis Engineering and Technology Research Center, the Director of the International Joint Energy and Environmental Catalysis Research Center of China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), and the Deputy Director of the Catalysis Committee of the Chinese Rare Earth Society, among other positions. He has been selected as a Distinguished Professor of the "Changjiang Scholar Award Program" of the Ministry of Education, a national candidate for the "Hundred Million Talents in the New Century", an expert of the "Special Allowance of the State Council", a Liaoning Outstanding Science and Technology Worker. He has been selected as a professor of "Changjiang Scholars Programme of China" by the Ministry of Education, an expert of "The new century talents project", "State Department special allowance experts" as well as a Liaoning Outstanding Science and Technology Worker, etc.  
He has undertaken 17 national projects, such as the key R&D program project of the Ministry of Science and Technology, 863 project, National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) major research program integration. He has published more than 500 articles with more than 17,000 citations and an h-index is 69 (Scopus), and has been listed as one of the most highly cited scholars in China by Elsevier for eight consecutive years from 2014 to 2021, and received the “Rare Earth Resource Utilization Science & Technology Award” in 2018. In addition, he won the First Prize of the China Rare Earth Science and Technology Award, the First Prize of Basic Research Results of the Chinese Chemical Society, and the First Prize of Teaching Achievement of Liaoning University in 2020. In addition, he won the Innovation Award of "Hou Debang Chemical Technology Award" in 2021. He also received the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) Award for Outstanding Contribution to New Materials and Their Synthesis in 2019.

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Keynote Speech III 

Speech Title:  Preparation of Heterogeneous Composites and Their Energy Storage Properties


Prof. Yang Gang  

Dean of the College of  Materials Engineering, Changshu Institute of Technology, China

Short Biography

Prof. Dr. Yang received his Ph.D. degree from School of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Nanjing University in 2005, and worked on lithium battery materials during his postdoctoral work at MIT from 2007 to 2008. From 2010 to 2012, he worked as a collaborative researcher in the Department of Physics, University of Aveiro, Portugal on the safety of lithium batteries.
He was selected as the leader of Jiangsu Province's "Youth and Blue Project", the cultivation target of Jiangsu Province's "Six Talent Summit" and Jiangsu Province's "333 Project". In 2016, he won the second prize of Jiangsu Provincial University Science and Technology Research Achievement Award.
He is engaged in researching electrode materials for lithium/sodium batteries, intrinsic safety of materials, and the safe recycling of lithium batteries. He has published more than 140 SCI-indexed papers in well-known international journals (cited more than 3000 times), applied for 21 national invention patents (14 authorized), and 1 achievement transformation. In addition, he has presided over the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province, the Major Achievement Transformation Project of Jiangsu Province, the Major Natural Science Project of Jiangsu University, and more than ten projects entrusted by enterprises.

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Keynote Speech IV 

Speech Title:  Sustainability- Recycling Material in Plastic Parts and CO2 Emission Reduction


Prof. Zhang Linnan  

Vice Dean of the College of Environmental Chemistry, Shenyang University of Technology, China

Short Biography

Jan 2012 - Jun 2012: Visiting Scholar of the Department of Life and Environmental Chemistry, Oregon State University, USA.
July 2006 - September 2008: Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Environment, Peking University, China.
Research Areas: Pollutant separation and resource recovery, recycling and reuse technology, and solid waste pollution control technology. So far, he has published 30 SCI-indexed papers, including 10 along with the first author and corresponding author, 18 Ei-indexed; additionally, 7 times presented at international conferences. In addition, he has been responsible for preparing technical guidelines for cleaner production in two industries of circuit board and electroplating in Shenzhen, and authorized 4 invention patents.

Abstract:  Introducing the recycling plastic material into components is one major measure in this working package. Currently recycling plastic material is new to both BMW/BBA and injection suppliers. Partial plastic material suppliers declare that they are capable of the massive production of recycling material. But the whole certification system is not complete yet. Therefore, we need to work together with suppliers to give some audience and direction if necessary.

Keynote Speech V 

Speech Title:  Application of Brucite on Improving the Fire Safety of Polymer Materials


Assoc. Prof. Wang Song  

Shenyang University of Technology, China

Short Biography

Associate Professor, Member of the Liaoning Chemical Society, Liaoning Non-metallic Mineral Industry Association, Liaoning Energy Research Society, and Liaoning Environmental Protection Industry Association. A professional in polymer new materials development, energy materials development, and carbon dioxide comprehensive utilization technology. He has supervised and taken part in over 20 research projects, published over 50 papers, received four awards, and authorized over 10 invention patents.
Representative Research: Effect of oleic acid on improving flame retardancy of brucite in low‐density polyethylene composite. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2021, 139, 51862. Preparation of DOPO-derived magnesium phosphate whisker and its synergistic effect with ammonium polyphosphate on the flame retardancy and mechanical property of epoxy resin. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2022, e53430.

Abstract: As a natural inorganic flame retardant, brucite is widely used in the industrial production of flame-retardant materials. Using brucite as raw material to produce flame-retardant products with high added value is an important work in the field of development and utilization of brucite. This report briefly introduces some research progress in this field in recent years.

Keynote Speech VI 

Speech Title:  Seaweed Farming Development to Improve Food Security and Environmental Mitigation


Prof. Dr. Ambo Tuwo  

Department of Marine Science and Multitrophic Research Group, Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries, University of Hasanuddin, Makassar, Indonesia

Short Biography

Prof. Dr. Ambo Tuwo was born in Makassar on November 18, 1962. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Fisheries in 1986 at Hasanuddin University, Makassar. He obtained a master’s degree in Coastal Resource Management from the Universite de Bretagne Occidentale, Brest, France in 1990. He also obtained a Doctorate degree in Marine Ecology from the Universite de Bretagne Occidentale in 1993. He has held the position of Full Professor in Marine Ecology since 2001.
Ambo Tuwo has been a permanent lecturer at the Faculty of Marine and Fisheries Sciences, Hasanuddin University since 1987. He has been a visiting lecturer at several universities in Japan, Canada, Australia, Jamaica, and the Philippines. As a lecturer, he teaches several courses at the undergraduate, master and doctoral levels, namely: Marine Biology, Marine Ecology, Coastal and Marine Ecology, Aquatic Ecology, Tropical Aquatic Ecology, Fish Population Dynamics, Philosophy of Science, Principles of Environmental Science, Contemporary Marine Issues, Coastal and Marine Resource Management, Integrated Ecosystem Management, Ecotourism Fundamentals, Coastal and Marine Ecotourism, and Management of Natural Tourism Areas.
Ambo Tuwo has been a team of experts on several coastal and marine resource management activities at government agencies and institutions and international institutions, such as the Regional Development Planning Agency of South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Environmental Impact Management Agency for South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, Environmental Agency for South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia, Coral Reef Evaluation and Management Program (COREMAP), Marine and Coastal Resources Management Program (MCRMP); Island Sustainability Livelihood and Equity Program (ISLE-CIDA-Canada), Sea Cucumber Program of FAO Rome. He was an advisor to the Governor of South Sulawesi and the Mayor of Makassar. In addition, he was a Senior Advisor to Bomar Food Industry and several management consulting firms. Email:

Abstract: The ever increasing demand for food due to an increase in the human population may cause, one day, food will become scarce. Food scarcity can occur when additional food resources are not found. Agricultural land cannot be expanded continuously, so additional food resources are needed, which can be maintained elsewhere, especially in non-paddy or non-land areas. Seaweed can be a future food source. Seaweed has been cultivated for tens or hundreds of years. Seaweed is a fishery commodity that is not technically complicated to cultivate such seaweed cultivation can be carried out by people in developing countries whose low-medium levels of knowledge and work skills. There are four essential roles for seaweed for the present and the future: to strengthen food security, improve environmental mitigation, improve people's welfare, and support sustainable development. Solid food security, a sustainable environment, and better social welfare are the fundamental essence of sustainable development. By this reason, this presentation aims to analyze in a holistic-integral manner the Seaweed Farming Development to Improve Food Security and Environmental Mitigation using the Subject, Object, and Method Analysis Method (S-O-M Analysis). The main developing problems are (1) high population growth and limited food resources; and (2) limited agricultural lands. Related problems that develop are (1) water scarcity, (2) environmental degradation, and (3) energy shortage. The related paradigms are sustainable development, livelihoods, and equity. Meanwhile, the influential strategic environmental conditions are global warming, climate change, and hunger. The implementation concept to improve food security and environmental mitigation: (1) domestication of wild seaweed; (2) develop multitrophic cultivation; (3) develop seaweed as sea vegetables and other food products; (4) use of seaweed as animal feed; and (5) promote and develop seaweed as raw material for renewable energy production. There are four strategic formulations for Seaweed Farming Development to Improve Food Security and Environmental Mitigation, namely: (1) infrastructure improvements to increase the accessibility of marine farming areas through development, rehabilitation, regulation, and legislation; (2) Improve social and economic coastal and marine areas by development, empowerment, regulation, and legislation; (3) Promote sustainable coastal and marine development by development, rehabilitation, regulation and legislation; and (4) Seaweed industry development by research and development, empowerment, regulation, and legislation.

Keynote Speech VII 

Speech Title:  Impacts of Digital Transformation on Alternative and Green Energies


Prof. Dr. ilhami COLAK  

IEEE Senior Member
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Faculty of Technology, Gazi University, Turkey
Nisantasi University, Turkey

Short Biography

Prof. Dr. ilhami COLAK was born in 1962 in Turkey. He received his diploma in Electrical Engineering from Gazi University, Turkey in 1985. Then he did his MSc in Electrical Engineering in the field of Speed Control of Wound Rotor Induction Machines Using Semiconductor Devices at Gazi University in 1991. After that he did his MPhil at Birmingham University in England by preparing a thesis on High Frequency Resonant DC Link Inverters in 1991. Finally, he did his PhD at Aston University in England on Mixed Frequency Testing of Induction Machines Using Inverters in 1994. He became an assistant professor, an associate professor and a full professor in 1995, 1999 and 2005 respectively.
He has published more than 155 journal papers, 236 conference papers, and 7 books in different subjects, including electrical machines, drive systems, machine learning, reactive power compensation, inverter, converter, artificial neural networks, distance learning automation and alternating energy sources.
More than 266 of his papers have been cited in SCI. His papers have received more than 2714 citations by 2310 papers. His Thomson Reuters h-index is 26 and average citation per paper is 10.2.
He published 329 papers in SCOPUS. h-index is 33. His 329 papers have received 4277 citations from 3592 documents.
He supervised 23 MSc students and 14 PhD students. He is a senior member of IEEE, member of IES, IAS, PELS and PES. Last twenty years, he has been concentrated his studies on renewable energy and smart grids by publishing papers, journals ( ( and organizing international IEEE sponsored conferences (, ( He also spent around 3 years at European Commission Research Centre (JRC) in Netherlands. He served as the head of department, dean and vice rector at Gazi University, Istanbul Gelisim University and Nisantasi University. He is currently a full professor at Nisantasi University.
Professor COLAK achieved a great success of 10% by being included in the ""World's Most Influential Scientists"" 2% list, which was created USA Stanford University considering the ""Works of the Year 2020"".

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Keynote Speech VIII 

Speech Title:  Towards synergism of cavitation phenomenon and advanced chemical treatment processes for degradation of environmental pollutants


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Grzegorz Boczkaj  

Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Gdansk University of Technology, Poland

Short Biography

Grzegorz Boczkaj (h-index: 37, >4500 citations) is an associate professor at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Gdansk University of Technology (GUT), Poland. He obtained a PhD (2012, with honors) in chemical technology (chemical engineering) at GUT and a habilitation in technical analytics (2017). He is the leader scientist of research group working on new developments in the field of environmental science, separation techniques, chemical engineering as well as analytical chemistry. He was a project manager (principal investigator) of several research projects (in total above 1,5 mln $). Currently, he is a head of two research projects financed by the National Science Centre (NCN, Poland) – the first focused on new developments based on the application of Deep Eutectic Solvents (DESs) and the second focused on wastewater treatment and chemical transformations taking place under advanced reduction processes. He has published over 150 journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports. He is one of the most active scientists on ResearchGate, with RGscore (2022) exceeding 120. According to Publons, he was recognized as one of the top peer reviewers in several categories.

Abstract: Advanced Chemical Treatment processes are based on Advanced Oxidation Processes (AOPs) or Advanced Reduction Processes (ARPs). A reactive radical species generated under specific conditions provide high effectiveness of degradation of emerging organic pollutants. Such processes can be aided by cavitation phenomenon. Plenty of effective processes were developed for water and wastewater treatment [1-3].  
The paper presents an overview of recent developments in the field of cavitation based AOPs and ARPs. A significant recent developments of our research group will be highlighted in respect to effective degradation of several pollutants present in water, industrial effluents and fuels [4-7].
1. K. Fedorov, et al., (2022) Chem. Eng. J. 432, 134191.
2. G. Boczkaj, A. Fernandes, (2017) Chem. Eng. J. 320, 608.
3. M. Gągol , A. Przyjazny , G. Boczkaj, (2018) Chem. Eng. J. 338, 599.
4. K. Fedorov, M. Plata-Gryl, J. Khan, G. Boczkaj, (2020) J. Hazard. Mater. 397, 122804.
5. K. Fedorov, X. Sun, G. Boczkaj, (2021) Chem. Eng. J. 417, 128081.  
6. M. Gągol, E. Cako, K. Fedorov, R. Soltani, A. Przyjazny, G. Boczkaj, (2020) J. Mol. Liq. 307, 113002.
7. E. Cako, R. Soltani, X. Sun, G. Boczkaj, (2022) Chem. Eng. J. 439, 35354.