hyunchul oh | Physical Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. hyunchul oh | Physical Chemistry |Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr at Ulsan National Institute of Science Technology, South Korea

Hyunchul Oh, Prof. Dr. rer. nat., is an accomplished researcher and academic leader specializing in the field of hydrogen storage and conversion. With a solid academic background from renowned institutions such as the Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems and Erlangen-Nürnberg University, Dr. Oh’s expertise lies in nanoporous materials for hydrogen isotope separation. He currently serves as an Associate Professor at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology and holds key roles in international organizations such as the Hydrogen TCP of the International Energy Agency. Dr. Oh’s research contributions, numerous awards, and extensive grant funding reflect his outstanding achievements in advancing the science of hydrogen-based energy solutions.

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Education 🎓

Dr. rer. nat. (Ph.D.), Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Germany (Dr. Michael Hirscher), 10/2010-05/2014. M.Sc. with honors, Erlangen-Nürnberg University (FAU Erlangen), Germany (Prof. Christoph J. Brabec), 09/2008-09/2010. B.Eng., Korea University of Technology and Education, South Korea, 03/1999-02/2008

💼 Professional Experience

Assoc. Professor (tenured), Dept. Chemistry, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, 03/2022-Present. Korea Representative, Hydrogen TCP, International Energy Agency (IEA), 03/2024-Present. Expert, Task40 Energy Storage and Conversion Based on Hydrogen, Hydrogen TCP, IEA, 01/2024-Present. Steering Committee Member, Inorganic Chemistry Division, Korean Chemical Society (KCS), 01/2024-Present. Board Member of Trustees, The Korean Hydrogen and New Energy Society, 01/2023-Present. Associate Editor, Heliyon (Cell Press), 12/2022-02/2024. Assist. Assoc. Professor, Dept. Energy, Gyeongsang National University (GNU), 03/2021-02/2022. Director, Industry-Academic Cooperation Foundation at GNU Division (Chilam), 03/2021-11/2021. Assoc. Research Fellow, Korea Institute of S&T Evaluation and Planning (KISTEP), 09/2014-08/2015. Postdoctoral Fellow, H2 storage group, Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, 05/2014-08/2014. Technical Group Leader, The Korean Scientists & Engineers Association in the FRG, Germany, 09/2011-08/2014. Conference Key Organizer, ‘EU-Korea Conference on Science and Technology’ (EKC2012), Berlin, Germany, 09/2011-08/2012

Scholarships, Fellowships & Awards 🏆

05/2022: Best oral presentation award in 2022 KMRS’s spring meeting, Samcheok, Republic of Korea. 01/2022: Academic awards in GNU, Republic of Korea (cash prize of 0.2 million won). 12/2021: Honored with Commendation from Minister of Science and ICT. 11/2021: Selected as one of the ‘2021 National Research and Development Excellence Top 100’. 12/2017, 2020: Academic awards in GNTech, Republic of Korea (cash prize of 1 million won). 11/2020: Best oral presentation award in 2020 KMRS’s fall meeting, Jeju, Republic of Korea. 11/2019: 1st Place of poster award at Asia-Oceania Conference on Neutron Scattering, AOCNS 2019. 12/2016: Best poster award (with £100 cash) at H2FC Researcher Conference held at Belfast, UK. 06/2014: European Cooperation in Science and Technology Trainee Grant for Training Schools (COST-TS-ECOST-TRAINING_SCHOOL – MP1103- 170714-042321). 05/2014-08/2014: Max Planck Postdoctoral fellowship, Germany. 10/2013: Best oral presentation award in 2013 VeKNI’s 40th Anniversary Conference, Essen, Germany (cash prize of $1,000). 08/2012-08/2014: Scholarship from Ilun Science & Technology Foundation, Republic of Korea. 06/2013: European Cooperation in Science and Technology grant for Short Term Scientific Mission (COST-STSM-MP1103-13149). 11/2010-04/2014: Max Planck Doctoral fellowship, Germany. 11/2010-04/2014: Best oral presentation award in 2010 VeKNI’s fall meeting, Essen, Germany. 08/2010-07/2012: Korean Government Scholarship for Overseas Study, Korea Institute of Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP), Republic of Korea. 09/2008-08/2010: Korean Provincial Government Scholarship for Overseas Study, Chungcheongnam-do, Republic of Korea

M. Eng. Students Supervised

Jaewoo Park: Ph.D. student, Dept. Chemistry, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (2019). Minji Jung: Ph.D. student, Dept. Chemistry, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (2020)

 

Publications Top Notes 📝

  • Nitrogen-rich covalent triazine frameworks as high-performance platforms for selective carbon capture and storage
    • Authors: S Hug, L Stegbauer, H Oh, M Hirscher, BV Lotsch
    • Journal: Chemistry of Materials
    • Year: 2015
    • Volume: 27
    • Issue: 23
    • Pages: 8001-8010
    • Citations: 247

 

  • Comparison of various sol–gel derived metal oxide layers for inverted organic solar cells
    • Authors: H Oh, J Krantz, I Litzov, T Stubhan, L Pinna, CJ Brabec
    • Journal: Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells
    • Year: 2011
    • Volume: 95
    • Issue: 8
    • Pages: 2194-2199
    • Citations: 205

 

  • A cryogenically flexible covalent organic framework for efficient hydrogen isotope separation by quantum sieving
    • Authors: H Oh, SB Kalidindi, Y Um, S Bureekaew, R Schmid, RA Fischer, …
    • Journal: Angewandte Chemie International Edition
    • Year: 2013
    • Volume: 52
    • Issue: 50
    • Pages: 13219-13222
    • Citations: 200

 

  • Inverted organic solar cells using a solution processed aluminum-doped zinc oxide buffer layer
    • Authors: T Stubhan, H Oh, L Pinna, J Krantz, I Litzov, CJ Brabec
    • Journal: Organic Electronics
    • Year: 2011
    • Volume: 12
    • Issue: 9
    • Pages: 1539-1543
    • Citations: 187

 

  • A fluorene based covalent triazine framework with high CO 2 and H 2 capture and storage capacities
    • Authors: S Hug, MB Mesch, H Oh, N Popp, M Hirscher, J Senker, BV Lotsch
    • Journal: Journal of Materials Chemistry A
    • Year: 2014
    • Volume: 2
    • Issue: 16
    • Pages: 5928-5936
    • Citations: 179

 

TONIMA NANDY | Physical Chemistry | Best Researcher Award

 Dr. TONIMA NANDY | Plant Pathology | Best Researcher Award

Dr. S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, India.

👩‍🔬 Dr. Tonima Nandy is a highly motivated and accomplished chemist with expertise in spectroscopy, biophysical chemistry, photochemistry, computational chemistry, and molecular dynamics simulation. With a Ph.D. from the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, and post-doctoral experience at the S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, she has conducted groundbreaking research on amyloid fibril inhibition and photophysical properties of amino acids and DNA. With a strong publication record, teaching experience, and technical proficiency in various analytical techniques and computational tools, she is dedicated to advancing knowledge and innovation in chemistry.🌟

 

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Career Objective:

Passionate about tackling challenging problems in chemistry, I aim to leverage my proactive nature and innovative thinking to successfully accomplish projects. With a great enthusiasm for utilizing advanced teaching methods like e-learning, I strive to increase student interest in the subject.

Academic Qualification :

Ph.D. in Chemistry Institution: Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata Year of Passing: 2022M.Sc. in Chemistry Institution: Rajabazar Science College, University of Calcutta Year of Passing: 2015Marks: 72.90%B.Sc. (Hons.) in Chemistry Institution: Hooghly Women’s College, University of Burdwan Year of Passing: 2013Marks: 68.12%12th Grade Institution: Hooghly Girls’ High School Board: W.B.C.H.S.E. Year of Passing: 2010Percentage: 77.40%10th Grade Institution: Hooghly Girls’ High School Board: W.B.B.S.E. Year of Passing: 2008Percentage: 88.88%

Area of Interests: 

  • Spectroscopy
  • Biophysical Chemistry
  • Photochemistry
  • Computational Chemistry
  • Molecular Dynamics Simulation

Research Profile:

Post-Doctoral Experience:

Institution: S. N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, KolkataProject Title: Single Amino Acid Tryptophan Induced Amyloid Fibril: Search for Specific Inhibitors in Different Complex EnvironmentsMentor: Prof. Ranjit BiswasResearch Highlights: Investigating amyloid fibril formation by tryptophan and searching for inhibitors to treat related disorders.PhD Thesis:

Institution: Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata Title: Understanding Solvation and Photo physical Properties of Canonical and Noncanonical Amino Acids and DNA in Complex Medium upervisor: Prof. Prashant Chandra Singh Research Highlights: Studying fluorine’s role in modifying photo physical properties of amino acids and interactions between DNA and lipids.

 Awards for Extra-Curricular Activity:

Stood 1st in the Recitation competition for the 45th celebration of Insurance Week organized by Sales Training Centre, Life Insurance Corporation of India (Howrah Division).Held 3rd rank in Recitation competition organized by Directorate of Field Publicity, Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India.Secured 2nd position in Recitation competition organized by State Bank of India Local Implementation Committee Cultural Wing Chinsurah.Secured 3rd rank in Recitation competition organized by Nehru Yuva Kendra, Hooghly, West Bengal, Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Youth Affairs and Sports, Government of India.Held 2nd rank in Beng. Rhymes competition of the science-based cultural competition organized by Chandannagore Science Club, Hooghly, West Bengal.

 

Publications Top Notes 📝

(i) Title: Inhibition of Amyloid Fibrillation of Single Amino Acid Tryptophan by Tannic Acid: An Insight into Targeted Therapy of Hypertryptophanemia Disorder

  • Journal: J. Photochem. Photobiol. A: Chemistry
  • Year: 2024
  • Volume: 453
  • Pages: 115660

 

(ii) Title: Substitution Enables Significant New Decay Channels for a Non-canonical Amino Acid

  • Journal: Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.
  • Year: 2022
  • Volume: 24
  • Pages: 17695

 

(iii) Title: Photophysical Properties of Noncanonical Amino Acid 7-Fluorotryptophan Sharply Different from Those of Canonical Derivative Tryptophan: Spectroscopic and Quantum Chemical Calculations

  • Journal: J. Phys. Chem. B
  • Year: 2021
  • Volume: 125
  • Issue: 23
  • Pages: 6214–6221

 

(iv) Title: Fluorine Induced Conformational Switching and Modulation in Photophysical Properties of 7-Fluorotryptophan: Spectroscopic, Quantum Chemical Calculation and Molecular Dynamics Simulation Studies

  • Journal: J. Photochem. Photobiol. A
  • Year: 2020
  • Volume: 3-4
  • Pages: 100011

 

(v) Title: Molecular aspects of the role of groove and stacked regions of DNA in binding with lipids: Spectroscopic and docking studies

  • Journal: J. Mol. Liq.
  • Year: 2020
  • Volume: 303
  • Pages: 112672

 

(vi) Title: Solvent Organization around the Noncanonical Part of Tyrosine Modulates its Fluorescence Properties

  • Journal: Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.
  • Year: 2019
  • Volume: 21
  • Pages: 6042-6050

 

(vii) Title: Understanding the Role of Hydrophobic Terminal in the Hydrogen Bond Network of the Aqueous Mixture of 2,2,2-Trifluoroethanol: IR, Molecular Dynamics, Quantum Chemical as Well as Atoms in Molecules Studies

  • Journal: J. Phys. Chem. B
  • Year: 2018
  • Volume: 122
  • Issue: 25
  • Pages: 6616–6626

 

(viii) Title: Hydrophobic fluorine mediated switching of the hydrogen bonding site as well as orientation of water molecules in the aqueous mixture of monofluoroethanol: IR, molecular dynamics and quantum chemical studies

  • Journal: Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.
  • Year: 2017
  • Volume: 19
  • Pages: 24667-24677

 

Pablo Jose Baricelli | Biphasic Homogeneous Catalysis

Pablo Jose Baricelli –  Biphasic Homogeneous Catalysis

👨‍🏫 Prof Dr Pablo Jose Baricelli an Dr atUniversidad de Carabobo, stands as a distinguished Academician/Research Scholar in the domain of Chemistry. Holding a  Ph.D on Cellular and Molecular Biology, Dep. of Biology, Biphasic Homogeneous Catalysis .their professional journey exemplifies dedication and expertise.

🎓Education:

He pursued his undergraduate studies at Los Andes University Science Faculty in Mérida, Mérida state, where he earned a degree in Chemistry as a graduate from 1969 to 1974. Building upon this foundation, he continued his academic journey by pursuing postgraduate studies at the University of Reading in England from 1979 to 1983. During this period, he dedicated his efforts to advanced research, culminating in the successful completion of his Ph.D. in Chemistry. This academic trajectory reflects his commitment to excellence in the field of chemistry, spanning both his formative years in Mérida and his research-intensive doctoral studies in the United Kingdom.

🌐 Professional Profiles:

Honors, Recognitions and Awards:

Accredited by the Steering Committee of the Researcher Promotion System, as a Program Member in the category of “Researcher Level I . CONABA Award, Level II CONADES Award, Level I Decoration of the Carabobo University Teachers Association (APUC), in its XL Anniversary, for the academic and research trajectory at the University of Carabobo. Alejo Zuloaga award in his only class at the University of Carabobo as a merit to his outstanding career as a teacher-researcher of this alma mater. Accredited by the Steering Committee of the Researcher Promotion System, as a Program Member in the “Researcher Level II” Category. Recognition of the Academic Vice-Rector of the University of Carabobo, as a Program Member in the category of “Researcher Level III”.Recognition of the Deanship of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Carabobo, as a Program Member in the category of “Researcher Level III”. Recognition of the Venezuelan Association for the Advancement of Science (AsoVac) as a Program Member in the category of “Researcher Level IV” Accredited by the Steering Committee of the Researcher Promotion System, as a Program Member in the “Researcher Level IV” Category APVG Award for Academic Excellency Accredited by the Steering Committee of the Researcher Promotion System, as a Program Member in the “Researcher Level IV” Category.

Scientific Societies Membership:

Venezuelan Association for the Advancement of Science (ASOVAC). Society for Free Radical Research (SFRR) Brunnel University. Inglaterra. Venezuelan Catalysis Society (SVC). Ibero-American Science and Technology Program for development (CYTED).  Environment Protection Catalysis Network. Ibero-American Science and Technology Program for development (CYTED). Homogeneous Catalysis Network.Association for Research of the University of Carabobo (APLIUC). Innovation
and Research Stimulus Program (PEII).

Referee for Scientific Journals:

Applied Catalysis (ISSN. 0926-860X), Applied Organometallic Chemistry (ISSN. 1099-0739), Journal of Organometallic Chemistry (ISSN. 0022-328X), Avances en Quí mica (ISSN.1856-5301). Catalysis Letters (ISSN. 1572-879X), CIENCIA (ISSN. 1315-2076), FRAUTE; Revista de FACYT, UC (ISSN. 1698-7418), International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (ISSN. 1097-4601), Journal of Molecular Catalysis (ISSN. 1381-1169), Revista de la Facultad de Ingenierí a, UC (ISSN. 1316-6832), Catalysis Today (ISSN. 0920-5861)

Publications:
  • P. Baricelli, R. Ballesteros, G. Marquina y S. Villalba. “Catalytic dehydrogenation of domestic gas”. XXVI ASOVAC Annual Convention. Puerto La Cruz Venezuela. 1976.

 

  •  P. Baricelli, F. Lo pez. “Surface Characterization and Catalytic Activity of Cu2 + Ions Chemically Anchored to the Surface of Modified Silica Gel”. XXIX ASOVAC Annual Convention, Barquisimeto, Venezuela. 1979

 

  • P. Baricelli, Mitchell P.C.H. “Electron, Transfer Reactions of a Molibdenum Dithiolato Complex”. Some Recents Deve lopments in the Chemistry of Chromiun, Molybdenum and Tungsten”. Brightom, England. 1983

 

  • P. Baricelli, C. Ferna ndez, D. Osí o, F. Lo pez, O. Leal. “Surface Characterization and Catalytic Activity of Molybdenum Ions Chemically Anchored to the Surface of Modified Silica Gel”. XXXVI ASOVAC Annual Convention. Valencia, Venezuela. 1986.

 

  • P. Baricelli, D. Bidirinis, D. Leal, E. Lujano, F. Lo pez. “Synthesis and Characterization of Ions and Complexes Mo (VI) and o (V) Chemically Anchored to the Surface of the Modified Silica Gel”. X Catalysis National Meeting. Los Teques – Venezuela. 1989

 

  • P. Baricelli, L. De Sousa, O. Leal, F.Lo pez. “Preparation of an Adsorbent for Chrome and Aluminum from Silica Gel “. XL ASOVAC Annual Convention, Cumana , Venezuela. 1990

 

  • P. Baricelli, A. Pardey, L. Go mez. “Oxidation of Olefins by Nitro-Iridium complexes”. XLI ASOVAC Annual Convention. Maracaibo – Venezuela. 1991

 

  • P. Baricelli, A. Bolí var, D. Pa ez, A. Andriollo, M. Domí nguez. “Complejos Organometa licos Hidrosolubles en Cata lisis de Olefinas”. XII Encuentro Nacional de Cata lisis. Valencia, Venezuela. 1993

 

  • P. Baricelli, L. Go mez, O. Leal, L. Quijije, A. Pardey. “Oxidation of Olefins by NitroTransition Metal Complexes”. XII Catalysis National Meeting. Valencia, Venezuela. 1993.

 

  • P. Baricelli, F. Lo pez, D.Pa ez, A. Andriollo, M. Domí nguez y A. Bolí var. “WaterSoluble Organometallic Complexes of Tungsten and Rutheniun. Synthesis, Characterization and Preliminary Studies in the hidrogenation of Olefins in a Biphasic System”. LatinAmerican Inorganic Chemistry Meeting. Santiago de Compostela, Espan a. 1993

 

  • P. Baricelli, M. Meza, F. Lo pez, A. Pardey, O. Leal, M. Mediavilla. “Homogeneous Catalysis of the Water Gas Displacement Reaction by Iridium Complex (I) in Aqueous Solution of Substituted Amines”. XLII ASOVAC Annual Convention. Me rida, Venezuela. 1993

 

  • M. Mediavilla, J. Contreras, D. Pineda, M. Meza, P. Baricelli, F. Lo pez y A. Pardey, “Homogeneous Catalysis of Water Gas Displacement Reaction by Copper Complex”. XIV Iberoamerican Catalysis Convention Concepcio n, Chile. 1994