SULEMANA SULEMANA | Information systems |Best Researcher Award

Mr. ‌SULEMANA SULEMANA | Information systems| Best Researcher Award

Mr at ANBARIYA SHS Ghana

Driven by a passion for accounting and business, I aspire to excel as a researcher and educator, aiming for senior lecturer roles in esteemed institutions. With a robust educational background in accounting and teaching experience at Tamale Technical University and Anbariya Senior High School, I possess strong communication skills and proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite. My research contributions, including publications in prestigious journals, reflect my dedication to advancing knowledge in the field. As Audit Committee Chairman of the Ghana Muslim Student Association and General Secretary, I demonstrated leadership and organizational abilities. Committed to excellence, teamwork, and thriving in challenging environments, I seek opportunities to make impactful contributions to the accounting profession.

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Career Objective 🚀

My career objective is to embark on a journey as a researcher in the field of accounting and business. Through dedication and contributions, I aim to ascend to the position of a senior lecturer in a higher institution or a researcher in an esteemed international research institution. I am seeking opportunities within fast-growing institutions to establish best practices in accounting, ultimately transforming it into a competitive advantage for organizations.

Vision 👁️

My vision is to become a professional accountant, leveraging my expertise and knowledge to make significant contributions to the field and uphold the highest standards of professionalism.

Educational Background 📚

University for Development Studies MCOM (Accounting) | 2019-2022 University of Education, Winneba Post Graduate Diploma in Education | 2019-2020 University for Development Studies Bachelor of Science in Computing with Accounting (Second Class Upper division) | 2011-2015 Presbyterian Senior High School West African Senior Secondary Certificate | 2007-2011

Working Experience 💼

Tamale Technical University Duration: March 2019 to July 2020Job Title: Part-time Tutor Responsibilities: Lecturing Diploma in Business Studies students on Economics Conducting exams, marking papers, and organizing extra lectures Anbariya Senior High School Duration: May 2018 to DateJob Title: Teacher Responsibilities: Preparation of lesson plans and schemes of work Delivery of lessons in a comprehensible manner Supervision of examinations and project works GN Bank Duration: June 2017 to April 2018Job Title: Accounts OfficerResponsibilities: Customer service and account management Marketing banking services and products Acting as branch manager in the absence of the manager MTN Ghana – Tamasco Office Duration: March 2017 to May 2017Job Title: Agent for Area Development (AAD)Responsibilities: Registration of MTN mobile money subscribers Typing and scanning of registration forms Tamale Polytechnic Duration: September 2015 to February 2016Job Title: Teaching Assistant Responsibilities: Assisting lecturers with teaching and grading Organizing extra lectures for student sVRA /NEDco Duration: July to August 2014Department: Accounts Payable Office Responsibilities: Payment processing and bank reconciliations Verification of payment vouchers National Health Insurance Duration: May to June 2014Department: Public Relations Office Responsibilities: Member registration and card distribution

Public outreach and communication

Personal and Professional Abilities 💡Proficiency in bank reconciliation statement preparation Strong communication skills Competence in Microsoft Office Suite Ability to work effectively in a team Research 📊I have contributed to research on the topic “Mobile infrastructure quality, regulatory quality, government effectiveness: Does e-government development matter?” published in the International Journal of Information Systems and Development. Extra-Curricular Activities 🎉Audit Committee Chairman of Ghana Muslim Student Association (2014/2015)General Secretary of Ghana Muslim Student Association (2013/2014)Assistant Agricultural Prefect at Presbyterian Senior High School (2010/2011)Interests 🌟Excellence and professionalism Collaborative teamwork Thriving in challenging environments Hobbies 🎮Reading Soccer Keeping up with current events through news reading or watching

 

Publications Top Notes 📝

 

Title: Mobile Infrastructure Quality, Regulatory Quality, Government Effectiveness: Does E-Government Development Matter?

Journal: The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries

Date: 2024-04-24

DOI: 10.1002/isd2.12330

Contributors:
  1. Sulemana Inusah
  2. Adam Ibrahim Osman
  3. Salifu Zaruk Narsam

 

Li Xia | Plant biotechnology |Best Researcher Award

Prof. ‌Li Xia |Plant biotechnology | Best Researcher Award

Prof at Qingdao University of Science and Technology China

Li Xia is a distinguished professor at the College of Chemical Engineering, Qingdao University of Science and Technology. With a PhD in Chemical Engineering, his research expertise spans process system engineering, chemical thermodynamics, dynamic simulation, process optimization, and energy-saving technologies. He has contributed extensively to the fields of chemical process simulation and intelligent chemical industry through numerous high-impact publications and patents. Li Xia has led and collaborated on several national research projects, focusing on innovative energy-saving strategies and the development of new chemical processes. His work has significantly advanced the application of thermodynamic models and optimization techniques in industrial processes.

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📚Education

PhD in Chemical Engineering Qingdao University of Science and Technology, China [2010-2016]

 🏢 Professional Appointments

  • Professor College of Chemical Engineering, Qingdao University of Science and Technology [2006-present]

Research Projects 📝

Project Title: Research on energy saving strategies and methods for chemical processes based on fire accumulation Duration: January 2015 – December 2017 Funding Source: National Natural Science Foundation of China Grant Number: 21406124 Role: Project Leader Outcome: Concluded Project Title: Intelligent method and application research of low-temperature waste heat extraction and utilization Duration: January 2022 – December 2025 Funding Source: National Natural Science Foundation of China Grant Number: 22178190 Role: Second completer Status: Amidst Research Project Title: A new method and its application research for vapor-liquid equilibrium prediction based on elements and chemical bonds Duration: January 2012 – December 2015 Funding Source: National Natural Science Foundation of China Grant Number: 21176127 Role: Third completer Outcome: Concluded

Publications Top Notes 📝

  1. Benzoic Acid Catalyzed Production of Xylose and Xylooligosaccharides from Poplar
    • Authors: Li, L., Wan, Q., Lu, Y., Xu, J., Gou, J.
    • Journal: Industrial Crops and Products
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 213
    • Pages: 118460
    • Abstract: This study explores the catalytic production of xylose and xylooligosaccharides from poplar using benzoic acid, focusing on optimizing yield and process efficiency.

 

  1. A Matrix Completion Method for Imputing Missing Values of Process Data
    • Authors: Zhang, X., Sun, X., Xia, L., Tao, S., Xiang, S.
    • Journal: Processes
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 12
    • Issue: 4
    • Pages: 659
    • Abstract: This open-access article presents a matrix completion method aimed at imputing missing values in process data, potentially improving data integrity and analysis in various industrial applications.

 

  1. Design Method of Extractant for Liquid–Liquid Extraction Based on Elements and Chemical Bonds
    • Authors: Wei, Y., Zhang, C., Zhang, Y., Sun, X., Xiang, S.
    • Journal: Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 68
    • Pages: 193–202
    • Abstract: The study proposes a novel design method for extractants used in liquid-liquid extraction, focusing on the role of elements and chemical bonds to enhance extraction efficiency.

 

  1. A Projected Newton Algorithm Based on Chemically Allowed Interval for Chemical Equilibrium Computations
    • Authors: Lu, H., Tao, S., Sun, X., Xia, L., Xiang, S.
    • Journal: Frontiers of Chemical Science and Engineering
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 18
    • Issue: 3
    • Pages: 27
    • Abstract: This article introduces a projected Newton algorithm designed to improve chemical equilibrium computations by using chemically allowed intervals, aiming to enhance accuracy and computational efficiency.

 

  1. Enhancing Working Fluid Selection for Novel Cogeneration Systems by Integrating Predictive Modeling: From Molecular Simulation to Process Evaluation
    • Authors: Wang, L., Zong, F., Liu, Z., Sun, X., Xiang, S.
    • Journal: Process Safety and Environmental Protection
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 183
    • Pages: 587–601
    • Abstract: This research focuses on the selection of working fluids for cogeneration systems, integrating predictive modeling from molecular simulation to process evaluation to optimize performance and safety.

 

  1. Development of Special Process Simulation System for Sulfuric Acid Alkylation Process
    • Authors: Zhao, T., Xia, L., Sun, X., Chen, Y., Xiang, S.
    • Journal: Gao Xiao Hua Xue Gong Cheng Xue Bao/Journal of Chemical Engineering of Chinese Universities
    • Year: 2024
    • Volume: 38
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 121–127
    • Abstract: This study details the development of a specialized process simulation system for the sulfuric acid alkylation process, aiming to improve efficiency and reliability in industrial applications.

 

 

Sajjad Rahimi-Moghaddam | Crop modeling | Young Scientist Award

Assist Prof Dr. Sajjad Rahimi-Moghaddam | Crop modeling |Young Scientist Award

Assist Prof Dr. Lorestan University, Iran

👩‍🔬Dedicated Assistant Professor at Lorestan University, specializing in Production Engineering and Plant Genetics. Holds a Ph.D. in Agroecology, focusing on climate change effects on maize yield. Recognized for academic excellence, ranking first in master’s exams and fifth in the Ph.D. exam. Published in renowned journals, contributing to the understanding of agro-climatic impacts on crop yields. Skilled in research and modeling, with a track record of closing yield gaps in crops. Committed to advancing agricultural science and bridging the gap between agronomic and genetic factors for sustainable crop production. 🌟

 

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🌾Current Position

Assistant Professor, Department of Production Engineering and Plant Genetics, Faculty of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Lorestan University, Khorramabad, Iran.

🎓Educational Background

PhD: Agroecology, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran Thesis: Modeling the effects of climate change on maize (Zea mays L.) yield in Khuzestan province: Adaptation strategies Supervisors: Dr. Jafar Kambouzia and Dr. Reza Deihimfard. MSc: Agroecology, Shahid Beheshti University, Tehran, Iran Thesis: Determination of genetic coefficients of some maize cultivars in Iran to be applied in crop simulation models Supervisors: Dr. Reza Deihimfard and Dr. Saeid Soufizadeh Advisors: Dr. Jafar Kambouzia and Dr. Farhad Nazariyan Firuzabadi BA: Agronomy and Plant Breeding, Lorestan University, Iran

🏆Academic Honors:

First Rank in the master exam trends of agroecology in 2011 among 6035 participants. First Rank in the master exam trends of agronomy in 2011 among 6035 participants. Twelfth Rank in the final round of the sixteenth Olympiad in agricultural engineering (Iran) and won a scholarship in 2011. Fifth Rank in the PhD exam trends of agroecology in 2013 among 800 participants.

Publications Top Notes 📝

  • Adaptation strategies to lessen negative impact of climate change on grain maize under hot climatic conditions: A model-based assessment
    • Authors: S Rahimi-Moghaddam, J Kambouzia, R Deihimfard
    • Journal: Agricultural and Forest Meteorology
    • Year: 2018
    • Volume: 253
    • Pages: 1-14
    • Citations: 68

 

  • Risk assessment of frost damage to sugar beet simulated under cold and semi-arid environments
    • Authors: R Deihimfard, S Rahimi-Moghaddam, K Chenu
    • Journal: International Journal of Biometeorology
    • Year: 2019
    • Pages: 511-521
    • Citations: 28

 

  • Future climate change could reduce irrigated and rainfed wheat water footprint in arid environments
    • Authors: R Deihimfard, S Rahimi-Moghaddam, B Collins, K Azizi
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 807
    • Pages: 150991
    • Citations: 27

 

  • Towards withholding irrigation regimes and drought-resistant genotypes as strategies to increase canola production in drought-prone environments: A modeling approach
    • Authors: S Rahimi-Moghaddam, H Eyni-Nargeseh, SAK Ahmadi, K Azizi
    • Journal: Agricultural Water Management
    • Year: 2021
    • Volume: 243
    • Pages: 106487
    • Citations: 25

 

  • Analysis of growth functions that can increase irrigated wheat yield under climate change
    • Authors: H Eyni‐Nargeseh, R Deihimfard, S Rahimi‐Moghaddam, …
    • Journal: Meteorological Applications
    • Year: 2020
    • Volume: 27
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: e1804
    • Citations: 20