Abdullah Mohammed |3D-printing | Best Researcher Award

Mr. β€Œ Abdullah Mohammed |3D-printing | Best Scholar Award

Mr at College of Dentistry/University of Mosul, Iraq

Abdullah J. Mohammed is a dedicated professional in prosthodontics with expertise in maxillofacial prostheses, laser welding, and dental implants. Holding an MSc in Prosthodontics and currently pursuing a Ph.D., he specializes in the topology optimization of metallic denture bases. With extensive teaching and clinical supervision experience, Abdullah has contributed significantly to dental education and patient care. His research, showcased in numerous published articles, focuses on topics such as the influence of Co-Cr thickness on color parameters and the biocompatibility of soldering materials. Committed to advancing dental prosthetics, he explores innovative techniques like additive manufacturing and nanoparticle incorporation for enhanced clinical outcomes.

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Education πŸ“š

PhD Student (2021-2022) Topic: Topology optimization of the metallic denture base. MSc in Prosthodontics (2009) College of Dentistry, Mosul University. Thesis: “The effect of laser welding on the tensile strength and radiographic analysis of cobalt chromium repaired joints.” BDS (2002) College of Dentistry, Mosul University. Training Course at Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey (2009) Laboratory steps of construction of fixed dental prostheses.

Work Experience πŸ’Ό

Assistant Lecturer (2009) Responsibilities: Clinical supervisor in the Department of Prosthodontics for 4th and 5th undergraduate students. Lecturer (2013) Responsibilities: Teaching dental materials for 2nd-stage undergraduate students. Clinical supervisor in the Department of Prosthodontics for 4th undergraduate students. Head of the Central Lab (2012-2014) College of Dentistry, Mosul University. Responsibilities: Supervised the construction of fixed and removable dental prostheses. Head of the Dental Educational Hospital (Dec. 2017 – July 2018) College of Dentistry, Mosul University. Responsibilities: Overseeing operations and administration of the dental educational hospital. Member of the Committee of Maxillofacial Restorations (2012-2014) Responsibilities: Contributed to decision-making and planning regarding maxillofacial restorations.

Field of Interest 🌟

  • Maxillofacial prostheses
  • Laser welding
  • Dental implants
  • Fixed partial dentures
  • Additive manufacturing

Publications Top Notes πŸ“

    • The role of internal architecture in producing high-strength 3D printed cobalt-chromium objects
      • Journal: The Journal of Advanced Prosthodontics
      • Year: 2024
      • DOI: 10.4047/jap.2024.16.2.91
      • Contributors: Abdullah Jasim Mohammed; Ahmed Asim Al-Ali
      • Abstract: This article likely explores the significance of internal architecture in creating high-strength 3D printed cobalt-chromium objects, contributing to advancements in prosthodontics and dental implantology.
    • Biocompatibility of Soldering Materials Used for Repair of Cobalt Chromium Joints
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This study examines the biocompatibility of soldering materials employed for repairing cobalt-chromium joints, aiming to ensure safety and efficacy in dental prosthetic repair procedures.
    • Degree of conversion of modified heat cured acrylic resin
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This article likely investigates the degree of conversion of modified heat-cured acrylic resin, which is essential for assessing the polymerization efficiency and mechanical properties of dental prosthetic materials.
    • Effect of Curing Method on the Color of Vinyl Addition Cured Silicon (Effect of processing temperature on the color parameters of maxillofacial silicon)
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This study likely examines the impact of curing methods on the color stability of vinyl addition-cured silicone used in maxillofacial prosthetics, providing insights into optimizing processing techniques for aesthetic outcomes.
    • Feeding Obturator: Indications, Types, and Benefits. A Literature Review
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This review article likely discusses the indications, types, and benefits of feeding obturators, which are specialized prosthetic devices used to aid in feeding for individuals with oral or maxillofacial defects.
    • The Effect of Adding Nanoparticles to Dental Porcelain on the Fracture Resistance and Bond Strength to Zirconia Core
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This study likely investigates the impact of incorporating nanoparticles into dental porcelain on fracture resistance and bond strength to zirconia cores, aiming to enhance the mechanical properties of dental restorations.
    • The Effect of Laser Welding on the Tensile Strength and Radiographic Analysis of Co-Cr Repaired Joints
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This article likely explores the effects of laser welding on the tensile strength and radiographic analysis of cobalt-chromium repaired joints, offering insights into the efficacy of laser welding techniques in dental prosthetic repair.
    • The Effect of Nanoparticles Addition on the Physical Properties of the Maxillofacial Silicone: A Literature Review
      • Contributors: Abdullah Mohammed
      • Abstract: This literature review likely summarizes the effects of nanoparticle addition on the physical properties of maxillofacial silicone, providing an overview of advancements in materials science for facial prosthetics.

 

Raja Timilsina | Sustainability | Best Researcher Award

Dr. Raja Timilsina | Sustainability | Best Researcher Award

PHD at the Asian Development Bank Institute, Japan

Raja Rajendra Timilsina, Ph.D., an Economist at the Asian Development Bank Institute, specializes in development economics, behavioral economics, and mechanism design. With a Ph.D. from Kochi University of Technology, he focuses on sustainability, agriculture, and economic behaviors. Timilsina has contributed to numerous peer-reviewed publications and research projects, showcasing his expertise in education, health, and cultural sustainability. Fluent in Japanese and English, he holds multiple awards and scholarships, including the ADB-JSP Scholarship for Masters. With extensive teaching experience and professional activities, he continues to influence policy and research in economic development and sustainability.

πŸ”¬ Experience

Economist-consultant, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), July 2023-Current Assistant Professor (Project based), Kochi University of Technology, April 2021-March 2022 Research Associate, Asian Development Bank Institute (ADBI), April 2022-June 2023 Research Associate, Research Institute for Future Design, April 2018-March 2021 Plus various roles prior

πŸŽ“Education

Ph.D. in Economics, Kochi University of Technology, 2015-2018 Research Interest: Development economics, Experiment and Behavioral economics, Mechanism design Dissertation Title: Social design and sustainability of environmental resources: Learning from field experiments Masters in International Development Program (Economics), International University of Japan, 2009-2011 Bachelors of Business Administration (Finance), Tribhuvan University, 2003-2007

Awards and Scholarships

Multiple awards and scholarships including the ADB-JSP Scholarship for Masters

Research Interests

Education, Health, and Nutrition Agriculture, Climate Change, and Livelihood Economic Behaviors and Preferences Cultural Change and Intergenerational Sustainability Experimental and Development Economics

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Yujie Bai | Oil-gas field | Young Scientist Award

Β Dr. Yujie Bai | Oil-gas field | Young Scientist Award

Dr. northeast petroleum university, China

πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ Dr. Yujie Bai is a visionary in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, graduating with a Doctorate from Northeast Petroleum University in 2021. Their pioneering research in chemical flooding for oil and gas recovery has earned them accolades, including the China Petroleum and Chemical Automation Association Technical Invention First Prize in 2024. With over 50 published papers and 20 patents, they’ve made significant contributions to the field. Their innovative work in synthesizing nanoparticles from acidizing flowback fluids has revolutionized oil recovery methods, showcasing a commitment to excellence and innovation in the industry.🌟

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Education, Experience, and Academic Achievements

πŸŽ“ Graduating from Northeast Petroleum University in June 2021 with a Doctorate in Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering, I embarked on a journey fueled by a passion for innovation and advancement in the oil and gas industry.

πŸ”¬ In 2021, I commenced my professional career, focusing primarily on pioneering research in chemical flooding to enhance oil and gas recovery methods. I proposed a groundbreaking technical method for extracting nano flooding systems from oil well-produced liquid, substantiating its feasibility through rigorous testing.

πŸ’‘ My research delved deep into the micro-interaction characteristics among various elements within porous media, including oil phase, water phase, rock formations, and nano-displacement systems. This exploration led to the establishment of a novel quantitative characterization method for emulsification rates, shedding light on the micro-seepage mechanisms of multiphase fluids in porous media.

πŸ† Over the years, I have demonstrated leadership by spearheading four significant scientific research projects and contributing as a core member to one National Natural Science Foundation and two national science and technology major projects. My contributions have been recognized through the publication of over 50 papers, with 30 indexed by SCI, and the acquisition of 20 authorized invention patents.

🌟 In 2024, my dedication and ingenuity were honored with the prestigious China Petroleum and Chemical Automation Association Technical Invention First Prize, reaffirming my commitment to excellence and innovation in the field.

Contributions to Research & Development, Innovations, and Extension Activities πŸš€

My involvement in research and development has been instrumental in exploring innovative solutions for the treatment of produced water and enhancing oil recovery processes. A notable contribution stems from the utilization of silicates found in flowback fluids from acidizing oil wells as raw materials for synthesizing nanomaterials.

Using the sol-gel method, we successfully synthesized nanomaterials from acidizing flowback fluids and meticulously optimized reaction conditions. Comprehensive assessments of interfacial tension, wetting angle, and surface tension were conducted, providing crucial insights into the solution’s properties.

In-depth investigations, including displacement efficiency tests and flooding experiments in two-dimensional flat cores, unveiled the mechanisms underlying enhanced oil recovery facilitated by nanoparticles. Our findings demonstrated that nanoparticles with a diameter of 351 nm could be effectively extracted and synthesized from acidizing flowback solutions at low pH levels.

The synthesized nanoparticles exhibited remarkable properties, altering interfacial properties between oil and water, thus enhancing recovery rates. At an injection concentration of 300 mg/L, significant reductions in water cut, up to 27.16%, were achieved, with subsequent water flooding yielding a recovery rate of 32.25%.

By advocating for the strategic elevation of nanoparticle injection concentrations derived from acidizing flowback fluids, we have paved the way for efficient oil and gas resource development. Our research outcomes not only present a novel method for treating oilfield wastewater but also offer promising avenues for advancing oil recovery technologies. πŸŒŠπŸ›’οΈπŸ”¬

Publications Top Notes πŸ“

  1. Title: “Experimental study on the influence of clay particles on the stability of heavy oil emulsions and explanation of the influencing mechanism”
    • Journal: Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
    • Year: 2024
    • DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2024.2320756
    • Contributors: Dan Li; Huifen Xia; Guangsheng Cao; Ning Zhang; Yujie Bai; Ying Liu; Zihang Zhang; Yuyang Du

 

  1. Title: “Unstable Coalescence Mechanism and Influencing Factors of Heterogeneous Oil Droplets”
    • Journal: Molecules
    • Year: 2024
    • DOI: 10.3390/molecules29071582
    • Contributors: Zhuolun Li; Xiayi Huang; Xuenan Xu; Yujie Bai; Che Zou

 

  1. Title: “The Effect of Crude Oil Stripped by Surfactant Action and Fluid Free Motion Characteristics in Porous Medium”
    • Journal: Molecules
    • Year: 2024
    • DOI: 10.3390/molecules29020288
    • Contributors: Qingchao Cheng; Guangsheng Cao; Yujie Bai; Ying Liu

 

  1. Title: “Permeability Enhancement Mechanism of Acidizing in Steam-Assisted Gravity Flooding Wells”
    • Journal: Processes
    • Year: 2023
    • DOI: 10.3390/pr11103004
    • Contributors: Ming Yu; Chao Xu; Yujie Bai; Che Zou; Weibo Liu; Guangsheng Cao; Xi Yi; Jing Zhang

 

  1. Title: “Probing the Demulsification Mechanism of Emulsion with SPAN Series Based on the Effect of Solid Phase Particles”
    • Journal: Molecules
    • Year: 2023
    • DOI: 10.3390/molecules28073261
    • Contributors: Qingchao Cheng; Guangsheng Cao; Yujie Bai; Zhixuan Zhu; Ning Zhang; Dongju Li

 

  1. Title: “Optimization of Anti-Plugging Working Parameters for Alternating Injection Wells of Carbon Dioxide and Water”
    • Journal: Processes
    • Year: 2022
    • DOI: 10.3390/pr10112447
    • Contributors: Kemin Li; Guangsheng Cao; Gaojun Shan; Ning Zhang; Xincheng Liu; Shengbo Zhai; Yujie Bai

 

  1. Title: “Preparation and Optimization of Modified Asphalt by Profile Control Parameters at Lamadian Oilfield”
    • Journal: Processes
    • Year: 2022
    • DOI: 10.3390/pr10101917
    • Contributors: Qing Luo; Kemin Li; Gaojun Shan; Guangsheng Cao; Yujie Bai; Ning Zhang; Jiajun Wu

 

  1. Title: “Construction of sulfur-free gel breaker agent system and investigation on gel-breaking mechanism for association fracturing fluid”
    • Journal: Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
    • Year: 2022
    • DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2022.2083272
    • Contributors: Zhe Wang; Guangsheng Cao; Yujie Bai; Peilun Wang; Xin Wang; Xincheng Liu; Dan Li

 

  1. Title: “Study on migration characteristics of oil gas water three-phase interface and distribution law of remaining oil in gas cap edge water reservoir”
    • Journal: Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects
    • Year: 2022
    • DOI: 10.1080/15567036.2022.2090642
    • Contributors: Guangsheng Cao; Jiajun Wu; Ning Zhang; Yu Sui; Yujie Bai