Hamadiche Mahmoud

FUniversité de Lyon 1, France

Dr. Hamadiche Mahmoud had M. Sc in mathematics with mention Aleppo university (Syria), MS in mechanics Institute National Polytechnic of Grenoble (France), Ph.D with ``very Honorable'' mention in non homogeneous turbulent flow University Claude Bernard, Lyon 1 and Doctorate d'état es Science with ``very honorable'' mention University of Claude Bernard, Lyon1 (France). Dr. Hamadiche researches include non homogeneous turbulent modeling, flow stability analysis, numerical flow simulation and flow-structure interaction. He published more than 60 work in turbulence flow, stability analysis, acoustic and flow-structure interaction and flow induced vibrations. He taught several courses at all undergraduate level in, classical mechanics, analytical mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, continuum mechanics, hydraulics, statistics, tensor algebra and flow-structure interaction. Dr. hamadiche established different international cooperation between Claude Bernard university and Kharkov university (Ukraine), Tangier university (Morocco) and Notre Dame university (USA). He held several position, Assistant at university of Aleppo (Syria) 1976-1982, Researcher at METRAFLU (France) 1982-1985, Researcher at Center National of Scientific Researches (CNRS France) 1985-1986, Associate professor at university of Annaba (Algeria) 1986-1989, Associate professor at university of Claude Bernard 1989-Present, invited associate professor at Notre Dame .University (UAS) 1999-2000.

Javad Abolfazli Esfahani 

Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran

Javad Abolfazli Esfahani (Iran 1960), PhD in Mechanical Engineering from the University of New Brunswick (UNB), Canada in 1997, is a professor in Mechanical Engineering, Energy conversion, at Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, Iran. To date, he has published 5 books/chapters, 100 articles in peer reviewed international journals and more than 100 conference papers. He has worked on theoretical and numerical heat and mass transfer such as drying, solar desalination, condensing boiler, and micro/nano-fluidics. Dr. Esfahani is a member of Iranian combustion Institute and Iranian society of mechanical Engineering, Director of Center of Excellence in Energy Management, Certified by National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), Centre of excellence in modeling and control of system, Ferdowsi university of Mashhad, Centre of excellence in energy conversion, Sharif university of Technology, and editorial boards of Fuel and Combustion (Iranian), IRECHE, Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Research. He obtains 14 awards for books, research and supervisor of thesis from ISME, Ferdowsi festival, and Iranian combustion society.  He has supervised 9 PhD and 60 MSc theses. More information can find at 


Eiyad Abu-Nada

Khalifa University, United Arab Emirates.

Prof. Eiyad Abu-Nada is recently a full professor of Mechanical Engineering in Khalifa University in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Prior to joining Khalifa University, he worked in King Faisal University in Saudi Arabia and Hashemite University in Jordan. Dr. Abu-Nada is an Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) fellow and recipient of the Abdul-Hameed Shoman Award. His recent research interest includes energy transport at micro/nanoscales by means of “coarse-grained” molecular dynamics models and heat transfer enhancement using nanofluids. 

Mikhail A. Sheremet

Tomsk State University, Russia

Mikhail A. Sheremet was born in Russia. He received his PhD (Russia, Candidate of Science in Physics and Mathematics) in 2006, Tomsk State University and habilitation (Russia, Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics) in 2012, Tomsk State University, Russia.

He is a Professor at Department of Theoretical Mechanics, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Tomsk State University, Russia. Now he also works as the head of the Laboratory on Convective Heat and Mass Transfer, Tomsk State University, Russia. His recent research concentrates on conjugate heat and mass transfer; natural and mixed convection; heat and mass transfer in porous media; fluid flow and heat transfer in nanofluids; turbulence models; radiation heat transfer; heat transfer and flow pattern in electronic systems.


Sameh Elsyaed Ahmed

South Valley University, Qena, Egypt

Dr. Sameh Elsyaed Ahmed is currently an Associate Professor in Mathematics Department, Faculty of Science, South Valley University, Qena , Egypt. He earned a master's and doctorate degrees in 2008 and 2011, respectively, in the Computational fluid Dynamic (CFD) field. During 2012-2015, he worked as Assistant Professor in Northern Border University in ArAr, Saudi Arabia. His research area include, fluid flow in Porous media, heat and mass transfer, nanofluids dynamics, MHD, thermodynamics, stretching surfaces heat transfer and bioconvection. He is the author of more than sixty five papers published in international journals. He is a reviewer in more than twenty international journals.


Kazi Md. Salim Newaz

University of Malaya, Malaysia

Kazi Md. Salim Newaz, Ph.D, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya. He has been working as an academic in the Faculty of Engineering for the last 7 years. Before joining in the University of Malaya he worked as a senior engineer in petrochemical industries. He was later head of engineering and construction of a chemical plant. He worked as a consultant of a multinational company involved in oil and Gas Field. He was a member of the consulting team for gas pipelines layout and installation, gas drilling environment management etc. He has also worked for 11/2 years as plant Manager of a Hydrogen Peroxide Plant.

He has the academic background with B. Sc. in Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Master of Engineering (Mechanical) and Ph. D in 2002 on Heat transfer and Fouling Mitigation. He joined in University of Malaya in 2009. He had introduced sophisticated research approaches on heat transfer to two phase flow and particle characterization, heat exchanger fouling and corrosion mitigation, separation flow, nanofluid synthesis and application as heat exchanging liquids. He has developed his laboratories to full blown laboratories. Later he acquired HIR MOHE grants for research and then also become leader of a 4 members (Academic staff) research UMRG projects. All the way he has tried to perform excellent success by achieving all the KPIS of the projects and introduced unique research in UM from overseas and his home country, New Zealand.

So far he has completed supervision of 10 Ph.D. and 11 Master students. He has published 119 technical papers in national, international and conference proceedings. He has published 7 technical book chapters and edited 3 Engineering books. He has participated in 25 Engineering International Conferences, congresses and facilitated a whole day workshop in The Malaysian Institute of Engineers. He has delivered a keynote speech in Liverpool John More University in 2016.

He has h-index 22 and citations 1678. He has 5 patents and another 2 under process. He is an active member of editorial board of 3 International Journals. He has evaluated many Ph.D. and Masters Theses as Examiner. He has developed an active research network both in home (5 research groups of 3 Universities) and abroad (9 Universities) which contributed to upgrade the name and fame of University of Malaya.