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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Prem Sagar Mathangi | Plant Breeding | Young Scientist Award

Mr. Prem Sagar Mathangi | Plant Breeding | Young Scientist Award

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πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬ As an M.Sc. student in agricultural sciences, I bring a dedication to advancing sustainable agriculture through impactful research in plant breeding and plant physiology. With a background in agronomy and plant developmental biology, I thrive in collaborative environments, driven by visionary thinking, consistency, and self-motivation. My commitment to excellence and responsibility shapes my contributions as an Early Career Researcher in the Wheat Initiative’s Expert Working Group (EWG).🌟

🌱 Expertise

My expertise spans across Plant Developmental Biology, Plant Physiology, Agronomy, Plant Breeding, and Data Analysis. I have hands-on experience in Digital Phenotyping, particularly in cereals like wheat. Additionally, I possess skills in laboratory work, seed sciences, and wheat cultivation.

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πŸ“š Education

  • Master of Science Agricultural Sciences: University of Hohenheim Stuttgart, Germany, Oct 2022 – Present
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agriculture: Suresh Gyan Vihar University Jaipur, Rajasthan, Aug 2017 – Oct 2021

πŸ’Ό Work Experience

I have held various research positions, including:

Junior Scientist at CIMMYT Mexico, focusing on Wheat Improvement ConsortiumResearch Assistant in departments of Fertilization and Soil Matter Dynamics, Biotechnology and Food Science, Nutritional Physiology of Crops, and Plant Quality Products in Stuttgart, GermanyScientific Assistant analyzing the effects of nitrogen fertilization on wheat qualityResearch Intern working on a solar PV power system for shea-butter productionInternships at NACL Industries Limited and Bellamkonda Allied Farmers Produce Company in India

🀝 Volunteer Experience

I actively engage in volunteer work with organizations like Plantgenomia and Green Community, organizing events and programs in agricultural research and community outreach.

πŸ“ Projects

My project experiences include studies on maize cultivation under salt conditions, phosphorus fertilization in maize starch digestion, and the impact of chemicals on rice germination.

πŸŽ“ Trainings

I’ve participated in training programs focusing on Smart Farming, Precision Agriculture, and the application of AI, Robotics, IoT, and Cloud Computing in agriculture.

πŸ† Awards & Honors

I’ve been recognized as an Early Career Researcher by the Wheat Initiative and have received scholarships like DAAD PROMOS and MSc Career Exploration Scholarship.

πŸ› οΈ Skills

My skill set includes abilities in leadership, teamwork, data analysis, laboratory work, crop cultivation, and effective communication. I excel in presentations and possess proficiency in Microsoft Office tools.

Publications Top Notes πŸ“

  1. Title: Principles of focused ultrasound
    • Journal: Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies
    • Year: 2018
    • Volume: 27
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 41-50
    • Authors: S Mihcin, A Melzer
    • Citations: 29

 

  1. Title: Investigation of wearable motion capture system towards biomechanical modelling
    • Conference: 2019 IEEE International Symposium on Medical Measurements and Applications
    • Year: 2019
    • Authors: S Mihcin, H Kose, S Cizmeciogullari, S Ciklacandir, M Kocak, A Tosun, …
    • Citations: 17

 

  1. Title: A focused ultrasound treatment system for moving targets (part I): generic system design and in-silico first-stage evaluation
    • Journal: Journal of therapeutic ultrasound
    • Year: 2017
    • Volume: 5
    • Pages: 1-14
    • Authors: M Schwenke, J Strehlow, D Demedts, S Haase, D Barrios Romero, …
    • Citations: 16

 

  1. Title: Wearable motion capture system evaluation for biomechanical studies for hip joints
    • Journal: Journal of Biomechanical Engineering
    • Year: 2021
    • Volume: 143
    • Issue: 4
    • Pages: 044504
    • Authors: S Mihcin, S Ciklacandir, M Kocak, A Tosun
    • Citations: 12

 

  1. Title: Finite element study of PEEK materials applied in post-retained restorations
    • Journal: Polymers
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 14
    • Issue: 16
    • Pages: 3422
    • Authors: H Yu, Z Feng, L Wang, S Mihcin, J Kang, S Bai, Y Zhao
    • Citations: 9

 

  1. Title: Evidence-based cross validation for acoustic power transmission for a novel treatment system
    • Journal: Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies
    • Year: 2017
    • Volume: 26
    • Issue: 3
    • Pages: 151-161
    • Authors: S Mihcin, J Strehlow, D Demedts, M Schwenke, Y Levy, A Melzer
    • Citations: 9

 

  1. Title: Feasibility study of pre-clinical Thiel embalmed human cadaver for MR-guided focused ultrasound of the spine
    • Journal: Minimally Invasive Therapy & Allied Technologies
    • Year: 2016
    • Volume: 25
    • Issue: 3
    • Pages: 154-161
    • Authors: I Karakitsios, S Mihcin, T Saliev, A Melzer
    • Citations: 9

 

  1. Title: Optimization of hip implant designs based on its mechanical behaviour
    • Book: Biomechanics in Medicine, Sport and Biology
    • Year: 2022
    • Pages: 37-43
    • Authors: H GΓΆktaş, E Subaşi, M Uzkut, M Kara, H BiΓ§ici, H Shirazi, KN Chethan, …
    • Citations: 8

 

  1. Title: Database covering the prayer movements which were not available previously
    • Journal: Scientific data
    • Year: 2023
    • Volume: 10
    • Issue: 1
    • Pages: 276
    • Authors: S Mihcin, AM Sahin, M Yilmaz, AT Alpkaya, M Tuna, S Akdeniz, …
    • Citations: 6

 

  1. Title: Simultaneous validation of wearable motion capture system for lower body applications: Over single plane range of motion (ROM) and gait activities
    • Journal: Biomedical Engineering/Biomedizinische Technik
    • Year: 2022
    • Volume: 67
    • Issue: 3
    • Pages: 185-199
    • Authors: S Mihcin
    • Citations: 6

Rajesh Kumar Soothar | Irrigation | Young Scientist Award

Assist Prof Dr. Rajesh Kumar Soothar | Irrigation | Young Scientist Award

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Profile Summary

Dedicated and accomplished professional with a Ph.D. in Agricultural Water Resources and extensive experience in academia. Possesses a strong academic background with a Master’s degree in Irrigation and Drainage and a Bachelor’s degree in Agricultural Engineering. Over six years of progressive experience as an Assistant Professor, delivering high-quality education and contributing to research in the field. Previously served as a Lecturer and Teaching Assistant, demonstrating a commitment to academic excellence. Skilled in research, teaching, and mentoring, with a focus on agricultural engineering and water resource management.

🌐 Professional Profiles

 

 

πŸŽ“ Qualifications

  • Ph.D. (Agricultural Water Resources and its Environment)
    • Year: 2020
    • Grade: 92%
    • Institution: Graduate School of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, China
  • M.E. (Irrigation and Drainage)
    • Year: 2014
    • Grade: 87%
    • Institution: SAU (Possibly referring to an unspecified university or institution)
  • B.E. (Agricultural Engineering)
    • Year: 2011
    • Grade: 3.6 (CGPA)
    • Institution: SAU (Possibly referring to an unspecified university or institution)

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’Ό Employment Record (Professional Experience)

  • Assistant Professor
    • Period: February 16, 2017 – Present
    • Total Service: 6 years + 2 months (as of March 2024)
  • Lecturer
    • Period: May 05, 2014 – February 15, 2017
    • Total Service: 2 years + 8 months
  • Teaching Assistant (Department of Basic Engineering)
    • Period: June 24, 2013 – May 04, 2014
    • Total Service: 11 months
  • Research Assistant (HEC)
    • Period: May 26, 2012 – May 04, 2014
    • Total Service: 2 years

πŸ“šTop Noted Publication

  1. Title: Drought priming improved water status, photosynthesis and water productivity of cowpea during post-anthesis drought stress

    • Authors: M Tankari, C Wang, H Ma, X Li, L Li, RK Soothar, N Cui, M Zaman-Allah, …
    • Journal: Agricultural Water Management
    • Volume: 245
    • Page: 106565
    • Year: 2021

     

    Title: Evaluating the performance of SALTMED model under alternate irrigation using saline and fresh water strategies to winter wheat in the North China Plain

    • Authors: RK Soothar, W Zhang, Y Zhang, M Tankari, U Mirjat, Y Wang
    • Journal: Environmental Science and Pollution Research
    • Volume: 26
    • Pages: 34499-34509
    • Year: 2019

     

    Title: Sustaining yield of winter wheat under alternate irrigation using saline water at different growth stages: a case study in the North China Plain

    • Authors: RK Soothar, W Zhang, B Liu, M Tankari, C Wang, L Li, H Xing, D Gong, …
    • Journal: Sustainability
    • Volume: 11
    • Issue: 17
    • Page: 4564
    • Year: 2019

     

    Title: Leaf Gas Exchange, Plant Water Relations and Water Use Efficiency of Vigna Unguiculata L. Walp. Inoculated with Rhizobia under Different Soil Water Regimes

    • Authors: M Tankari, C Wang, X Zhang, L Li, RK Soothar, H Ma, H Xing, C Yan, …
    • Journal: Water
    • Volume: 11
    • Issue: 3
    • Page: 498
    • Year: 2019

     

    Title: EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHORUS FERTILIZER DOSES ON GROWTH AND YIELD OF SPINACH (SPINACIA OLERACEA L.).

    • Authors: M Solangi, V Suthar, B Wagan, AG Siyal, A Sarkc, RK Soothar
    • Journal: Science International
    • Volume: 28
    • Issue: 1
    • Year: 2016

     

    Title: Analysis of Conveyance Losses from Tertiary Irrigation Network

    • Authors: RKS Naeem Shah Bukhari Syed, Zhao Shuqi, Muhammad Munir Babar
    • Journal: Civil Engineering Journal
    • Volume: 7
    • Issue: 10
    • Pages: 1731-1740
    • Year: 2021

     

    Title: Effect of different soil moisture regimes on plant growth and water use efficiency of Sunflower: experimental study and modeling

    • Authors: MAR R. K. Soothar, A. Singha, S. A. Soomro, A. Chachar, F. Kalhoro
    • Journal: Bulletin of the National Research Centre
    • Volume: 45
    • Year: 2021

     

    Title: Comparative study of scientific and traditional water application practices for wheat crop

    • Authors: AA Tagar, A Soomro, SM Bhatti, S Memon, RK Soothar
    • Journal: Pakistan Journal of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Veterinary …
    • Year: 2016

     

    Title: Effects of irrigation frequencies on soil salinity and crop water productivity of fodder maize

    • Authors: AN Chachar, MU Mirjat, RK Soothar, IA Shaikh, MH Mirjat, SA Dahri
    • Journal: Acta Ecologica Sinica
    • Volume: 40
    • Issue: 4
    • Pages: 277-282
    • Year: 2020

     

    Title: Estimating seepage losses in different size of earthen watercourses at farm level

    • Authors: RK Soothar, MS Mirjat, MA Mangrio, AS Chandio, N Leghari
    • Journal: Pakistan Journal of Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Veterinary …
    • Year: 2015

     

    Title: Drought priming alleviated salinity stress and improved water use efficiency of wheat plants

    • Authors: A Singha, RK Soothar, C Wang, EET MarΓ­n, M Tankari, W Hao, Y Wang
    • Journal: Plant Growth Regulation
    • Year: 2022

     

    Title: Soil Salt Accumulation, Physiological Responses, and Yield Simulation of Winter Wheat to Alternate Saline and Fresh Water Irrigation in the North China Plain

    • Authors: RK Soothar, C Wang, L Li, N Cui, W Zhang, Y Wang
    • Journal: Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition
    • Year: 2021

     

    Title: Nutrient uptake of some okra varieties as influenced by different levels of applied N, P and K

    • Authors: M Solangi, AA Tagar, AM Solangi, AG Siyal, RK Soothar, AR Shah
    • Journal: Sci Inter
    • Volume: 27
    • Pages: 4327-4331
    • Year: 2015

     

Zhou Li | Plant Science | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr. Danish Fayaz |Plant Science | Best Researcher Award

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Profile Summary

Dr. Li Zhou is a distinguished researcher in plant physiology, renowned for his expertise in understanding grass species’ responses to abiotic stresses like drought and high temperature. With a Ph.D. from Sichuan Agricultural University and postdoctoral experiences at Beijing Forestry University and Rutgers University, he has garnered numerous accolades, including awards from Sichuan Province and prestigious scholarships. Dr. Zhou has led major research projects funded by national and provincial organizations, contributing significantly to the field. As an editorial board member and guest editor for esteemed journals, he shapes scholarly discourse. With over 100 peer-reviewed publications and extensive reviewing duties, Dr. Zhou’s impact is profound.

🌐 Professional Profiles

 

πŸŽ“ Education

Postdoctor Dec. 2017 – Dec. 2023 Beijing Forestry University, Turfgrass Science. Visiting Scholar Sept. 2014 – Jul. 2016 Rutgers University, Turfgrass Science. Ph.D. Sept. 2010 – Jun. 2016 Sichuan Agricultural University, Grassland Science. B.S. Sept. 2006 – Jun. 2010 Southwest University, Grassland Science

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ« Professional Experiences

Professor Dec. 2023 – Present College of Grassland Science and Technology, Sichuan Agricultural University. Associate Professor Dec. 2018 – Nov. 2023 College of Grassland Science and Technology, Sichuan Agricultural University. Lecturer Jul. 2016 – Nov. 2018 College of Animal Science and Technology, Sichuan Agricultural University

πŸ… Honors and Awards

The Science and Technology Progress Award (Second-class), Sichuan Province, China, 2022. Academic and Technical Leader Reserve Candidate, Sichuan Province, China, 2021. Scientific and Technologic Elite, Ya’an, Sichuan Province, China, 2021. The Science and Technology Progress Award (Second-class), Sichuan Province, China, 2019. Frontrunner 5000 Top Articles in Outstanding S&T Journals of China, 2017. Top 100 Most Influential Domestic Academic Papers in China, 2017. Reward-gainer of the excellent PhD dissertation in Sichuan Agricultural University, 2016. Wang Dong Grass-Science Scholarship, Chinese Grassland Society, 2014.

πŸ”¬ Major Research Projects

The National Natural Science Foundation of China Title: GABA is involved in stress memory that regulates drought and heat tolerance in creeping bentgrass Duration: 2022-2025. Sichuan Science and Technology Program Title: Screening for cadmium-tolerant bermudagrass genotypes and potential mechanism of cadmium tolerance Duration: 2022-2023 The National Natural Science Foundation of ChinaTitle: Reactive oxygen species induced by Ξ³-aminobutyric acid (GABA) regulate heat shock transcription factors involved in the improvement of heat tolerance in creeping bentgrass Duration: 2018-2021 China Postdoctoral Science FoundationTitle: The Ca2+ signaling system is involved in GABA-regulated drought tolerance in creeping bentgrass Duration: 2018-2020 Sichuan International Cooperation ProjectTitle: The mechanism of heat and drought tolerance induced by Ξ³-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in creeping bentgrass Duration: 2017-2019

πŸ“ Editorial Positions

Editorial Board Member, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 2023-present. Young Scientist Editor, Grass Research, 2023-present. Guest Editor, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, 2023-2024. Guest Editor, Plants, 2021-2022.

πŸ“š Publications and Reviewers

Dr. Li Zhou is a leading researcher in the field of plant physiology, focusing on physiological and molecular mechanisms in grass species in response to various abiotic stresses such as drought, high temperature, salinity, etc. He has published over 100 peer-reviewed articles (71 in English) as the first author or corresponding author in prestigious journals like The Plant Journal, Journal of Integrative Plant Biology, Crop Science, Plant Cell & Physiology, Plant and Soil, Planta, Physiologia Plantarum, among others. Dr. Zhou is actively involved in teaching and mentoring graduate and undergraduate students. As a senior reviewer, he evaluates more than fifty manuscripts annually for reputable journals such as Plant Biotechnology Journal, Molecular Ecology, Environmental and Experimental Botany, Industrial Crops and Products, Annals of Botany, Physiologia Plantarum, Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, Crop Science, etc. In 2023, he was ranked as a world top 2% scientist in the field of Plant Biology & Botany.

πŸ“šTop Noted Publication

  1. Title: Ξ³-Aminobutyric acid (GABA) priming improves seeds germination and seedlings stress tolerance associated with enhanced antioxidant metabolism, DREB expression, and dehydrin accumulation in white clover under water stress.
    Authors: Zhou Min, Muhammad Jawad Hassan, Peng Yan, Liu Lin, Liu Wei, Zhang Yan, Li Zhou*
    Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science
    Volume: 12
    Page: 776939

 

  1. Title: Adaptability to high temperature and stay-green genotypes associated with variations in antioxidant, chlorophyll metabolism, and Ξ³-aminobutyric acid accumulation in creeping bentgrass species.
    Authors: Li Zhou*, Tang Mingyan+, Muhammad Jawad Hassan, Zhang Yan, Han Liebao, Peng Yan*
    Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science
    Volume: 12
    Page: 750728

 

  1. Title: Water and oxidative homeostasis, Na+/K+ transport, and stress-defensive proteins associated with spermine-induced salt tolerance in creeping bentgrass.
    Authors: Geng Wan, Qiu Yongsen, Peng Yan, Zhang Yan, Li Zhou*
    Journal: Environmental and Experimental Botany
    Volume: 192
    Page: 104659

 

  1. Title: Chitosan (CTS) alleviates heat-induced leaf senescence in creeping bentgrass by regulating chlorophyll metabolism, antioxidant defense, and the heat shock pathway.
    Authors: Huang Cheng, Tian Yulong, Zhang Bingbing, Muhammad Jawad Hassan, Li Zhou*, Zhu Yongqun*
    Journal: Molecules
    Volume: 26
    Page: 5337

 

  1. Title: Diethyl aminoethyl hexanoate priming ameliorates seed germination via involvement in hormonal changes, osmotic adjustment, and dehydrins accumulation in white clover under drought stress.
    Authors: Muhammad Jawad Hassan+, Geng Wan+, Zeng Weihang, Muhammad Ali Raza, Imran Khan, Muhammad Zafar Iqbal, Peng Yan, Zhu Yongqun*, Li Zhou*
    Journal: Frontiers in Plant Science
    Volume: 12
    Page: 709187

 

  1. Title: Alterations of endogenous hormones, antioxidant metabolism, and aquaporin gene expression in relation to Ξ³-aminobutyric acid-regulated thermotolerance in white clover.
    Authors: Qi Hongyin+, Kang Dingfan+, Zeng Weihang+, Muhammad Jawad Hassan, Peng Yan, Zhang Xinquan, Zhang Yan, Feng Guangyan, Li Zhou*
    Journal: Antioxidants
    Volume: 10
    Page: 1099

 

  1. Title: Photosynthetic maintenance and heat shock protein accumulation relating to Ξ³-aminobutyric acid (GABA)-regulated heat tolerance in creeping bentgrass (Agrostis stolonifera).
    Authors: Zeng Weihang, Muhammad Jawad Hassan, Kang Dingfan, Peng Yan, Li Zhou*
    Journal: South African Journal of Botany
    Volume: 141
    Page: 405-413

 

  1. Title: Spermine alleviates heat-induced senescence through regulating water and oxidative balance, photosynthesis, and heat shock proteins in creeping bentgrass.
    Authors: Liang Linlin+, Cao Yiqin+, Wang Duo, Peng Yan, Zhang Yan, Li Zhou*
    Journal: Biologia Plantarum
    Volume: 65
    Page: 184-192

 

  1. Title: Transcriptional regulation and stress-defensive key genes induced by Ξ³-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in association with tolerance to water stress in creeping bentgrass.
    Authors: Li Zhou*, Tang Mingyan, Cheng Bizhen, Han Liebao*
    Journal: Plant Signaling & Behavior
    Volume: 16
    Page: 3

Rouhollah Amini | Approximation| Young Scientist Award

Prof. Rouhollah Amini | weed Science |Young Scientist Award

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ«Profile Summary

Rouhollah Amini is a distinguished academic with a robust educational background in agronomy and crop ecology, culminating in a Post Doctorate in Crop-Weed Ecophysiology from Charles Stuart University, Australia, received in 2009. Prior to this, they earned a Ph.D. in Agronomy (Crop Ecology) from the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Tehran in 2008 and an M.Sc. in Weed Science in 2003, also from the University of Tehran. With over a decade of experience in academia, Rouhollah Amini has held progressively responsible roles at the University of Tabriz, including Professor, Associate Professor, and Assistant Professor within the Department of Plant Ecophysiology. Additionally, they served as the Head of the Educational Office from 2009 to 2011, demonstrating exemplary leadership and administrative skills.

🌐 Professional Profiles

Educational Background:

Post Doc. in Crop – Weed Ecophysiology Certificate/Degree: Post Doctorate Field of Specialization: Crop – Weed Ecophysiology Name of Institution Attended: Charles Stuart University, Australia Date Received: 2009 Ph.D. in Agronomy (Crop Ecology) Certificate/Degree: Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Field of Specialization: Agronomy (Crop Ecology) Name of Institution Attended: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tehran Date Received: 2008 M.Sc. in Weed Science Certificate/Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.) Field of Specialization: Weed Science Name of Institution Attended: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tehran Date Received: 2003

Administrative Responsibilities:

Professor Job Title: Professor Place of Work: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz From: 2020 To: Present (now) Name of Institution: University of Tabriz Department: Department of Plant Ecophysiology Associate Professor Job Title: Associate Professor Place of Work: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz From: 2014 To: 2020 Name of Institution: University of Tabriz Department: Department of Plant Ecophysiology Assistant Professor Job Title: Assistant Professor Place of Work: Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz From: 2008 To: 2014 Name of Institution: University of Tabriz Department: Department of Agronomy & Plant Breeding Head of Educational Office Job Title: Head of Educational Office Place of Work: University of Tabriz From: 2009 To: 2011 Name of Institution: University of Tabriz Faculty: Faculty of Agriculture

πŸ“šTop Noted Publication

 

  1. Inoculating Moldavian Balm (Dracocephalum moldavica L.) with Mycorrhizal Fungi and Bacteria May Mitigate the Adverse Effects of Water Stress
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Parisa Zafarani‑Moattar, Mohammad Reza Shakiba, Alireza Hasanfard
    • Journal: Scientific Reports
    • Year: 2023

 

  1. Performance of Integrating Reduced Trifluralin Doses with Nonchemical Treatments on Weed Management and Dill (Anethum graveolens L.) Yield
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Maryam Abbaszadeh, Leila Khoshmaram
    • Journal: Crop Protection
    • Year: 2023

 

  1. Essential Oil Yield and Compositions of Dracocephalum moldavica L. in Intercropping with Fenugreek, Inoculation with Mycorrhizal Fungi and Bacteria
    • Authors: Zahra Amiriyan Chelan, Rouhollah Amini, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab
    • Journal: Scientific Reports
    • Year: 2023

 

  1. Germination and Emergence of Astrodaucus orientalis (L.) Drude Populations Influenced by Environmental Factors and Seed Burial Depth
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Atefeh Ebrahimi, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab
    • Journal: Plant Species Biology
    • Year: 2021

 

  1. Effects of Intercropping and Cultivar on Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris L.) Root and Sugar Yield
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Bahram Choubforoush Khoei, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab, Reza Amirnia
    • Journal: International Journal of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
    • Year: 2020

 

  1. Essential Oil Yield and Composition of Moldavian Balm (Dracocephalum moldavica L.) as Affected by Inoculation Treatments under Drought Stress Condition
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Parisa Zafarani-Moattar, Mohammad Reza Shakiba, Mohammad Reza Sarikhani
    • Journal: Journal of Essential Oil Bearing Plants
    • Year: 2020

 

  1. Moldavian Balm (Dracocephalum moldavica L.) Essential Oil Content and Composition as Affected by Sustainable Weed Management Treatments
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Atefeh Ebrahimi, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab
    • Journal: Industrial Crops & Products
    • Year: 2020

 

  1. Effects of Intercropping Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris L.) with Millet, Soybean and Moldavian Balm on Yield and Quality in an Organic Production System
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Bahram Choubforoush Khoei, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab, Yaghoub Raei
    • Journal: Biological Agriculture & Horticulture
    • Year: 2020

 

  1. Response of Common Cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium L.) Emergence and Competition with Corn (Zea mays L.) to Seed Burial Depth and Mulch
    • Authors: Rouhollah Amini, Ahmadreza Mobli, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab
    • Journal: Archives of Agronomy and Soil Science
    • Year: 2020

 

  1. Chemical Compositions and Yield of Essential Oil of Moldavian Balm (Dracocephalum moldavica L.) in Intercropping with Faba Bean (Vicia faba L.) under Different Fertilizers Application
    • Authors: Leyli Vafadar-Yengeje, Rouhollah Amini, Adel Dabbagh Mohammadi Nasab
    • Journal: Journal of Cleaner Production
    • Year: 2019

 

Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Introduction of Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Introduction of Agricultural and Biological Sciences research plays a pivotal role in addressing global challenges related to food security, environmental sustainability, and human health. This multifaceted field encompasses the study of living organisms, their interactions, and the development of innovative solutions to enhance agricultural productivity and biodiversity conservation.

Here are five suitable subtopics in Agricultural and Biological Sciences:

Crop Genetics and Breeding

This subfield focuses on improving crop varieties through genetic manipulation and selective breeding techniques to enhance yield, disease resistance, and nutritional content, contributing to sustainable agriculture.

Eco-friendly Pest Management

Research in this area explores alternative and environmentally friendly methods for controlling pests and diseases in agriculture, reducing the reliance on chemical pesticides.

Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering

This subtopic involves the application of biotechnology tools to modify and improve plants and animals for various agricultural purposes, such as developing drought-resistant crops or disease-resistant livestock.

Biodiversity Conservation

Conservation biology studies aim to protect and sustain the planet’s rich biodiversity, addressing issues like habitat loss, species extinction, and the preservation of ecosystems critical for agriculture and life on Earth.

Soil Health and Nutrient Management

This area delves into maintaining and enhancing soil fertility, minimizing soil erosion, and optimizing nutrient management practices to ensure sustainable agricultural production while preserving soil ecosystems.

These subtopics represent just a fraction of the diverse and dynamic field of Agricultural and Biological Sciences, highlighting the importance of research in addressing pressing global challenges related to agriculture, ecology, and human well-being.

Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Introduction of Agricultural and Biological Sciences

Introduction of Agricultural and Biological Sciences research plays a pivotal role in addressing global challenges related to food security, environmental sustainability, and human health. This multifaceted field encompasses the study of living organisms, their interactions, and the development of innovative solutions to enhance agricultural productivity and biodiversity conservation.

Here are five suitable subtopics in Agricultural and Biological Sciences:

Crop Genetics and Breeding

This subfield focuses on improving crop varieties through genetic manipulation and selective breeding techniques to enhance yield, disease resistance, and nutritional content, contributing to sustainable agriculture.

Eco-friendly Pest Management

Research in this area explores alternative and environmentally friendly methods for controlling pests and diseases in agriculture, reducing the reliance on chemical pesticides.

Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering

This subtopic involves the application of biotechnology tools to modify and improve plants and animals for various agricultural purposes, such as developing drought-resistant crops or disease-resistant livestock.

Biodiversity Conservation

Conservation biology studies aim to protect and sustain the planet's rich biodiversity, addressing issues like habitat loss, species extinction, and the preservation of ecosystems critical for agriculture and life on Earth.

Soil Health and Nutrient Management

This area delves into maintaining and enhancing soil fertility, minimizing soil erosion, and optimizing nutrient management practices to ensure sustainable agricultural production while preserving soil ecosystems.

These subtopics represent just a fraction of the diverse and dynamic field of Agricultural and Biological Sciences, highlighting the importance of research in addressing pressing global challenges related to agriculture, ecology, and human well-being.