Editorial Board

Editor in chief – EiC:

Prof. habil. dr. Anton FICAI
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest,

ROMANIA

 

Specialty editors:

NanoBioMaterials

Prof. Dr. José Maria Ferreira
Materials and Ceramics Engineering, University of Aveiro, CICECO, PORTUGAL

NanoBioElectronics&Devices

Prof. Cristian RAVARIU
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, ROMANIA

Applications     of     NanoBioM&D

Prof. Faik OKTAR
        MARMARA University,    TURKEY

Regional Editors – RE:

 

RE for Africa

 

RE for Americas

 

RE for Asia

 

Prof. Daniela DRAGOMIRESCU

RE for Europe
INSA-Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS laboratory, Toulouse, France

Dr. Oguzhan GUNDUZ

RE for Middle East
        MARMARA University,    Turkey

Prof. Nghia Truong PHUOC

RE for Oceania
     Monash University, Australia
 

 

Editorial Board:

Tissue Engineering

Håvard Jostein HAUGEN
University of Oslo,
Norway

Metals and Alloys

Susai RAJENDRAN
RVS College of Engineering and Technology, India

Composite Materials

Prof. Stoyko FAKIROV
    The University of Auckland,    New Zealand

Nanomaterials for Electronics

Prof. Cemal BASARAN
University of New York at Buffalo, USA

Nanomaterials

Prof. Younes HANIFEHPOUR
          Yeungnam University,       South Korea

Natural Fibres

Prof. Nadir AYRILMIS
         Istanbul University,          Turkey

Nano-Bio-Electronics & Devices

Prof. Florin BABARADA
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, ROMANIA

Nano-Bio-Electronics & Devices

Prof. Dr. Lidia DOBRESCU
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, ROMANIA

Nano-Bio-Materials

Assoc. Prof. Denisa FICAI
University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, ROMANIA

Nanomaterials

Dr. Venkatachalam RAJENDRAN
   KSR Group of Institutions, India

Nanotechnology

Dr. Mohammed M. RAHMAN
    King Abdulaziz University,     Saudi Arabia

Biotechnology

Prof. Shivendu RANJAN
                 VIT University,             India

Chemistry of Materials

Prof. Husam PURDY

 

Nanotechnology

Prof. Hai-Feng (Frank) JI
Drexel University, USA

Polymer Science

Prof.  Yuvraj Singh NEGI
Indian Institute of Technology

Nano-Biotechnology

Prof. Oded SHOSEYOV
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

 

Chemistry of Materials

Prof. J. Michael KOEHLER
Technische Universitat IImenau, Germany

 

Ceramic Materials

Dr. Simone SPRIO
Institute of Science and Technology for Ceramics-National Research Council, Italy

Nano-Bio-Materials

Dr. Olena SYCH
Frantsevich Institute for Problems of Materials Science of National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Chemistry of Materials

Dr. Yeşim Müge Şahin
Arel University, Turkey

 

Chemistry of Materials

Dr.Nermin Demirkol
Kocaeli University, Turkey

 

NanoBioElectronics&Devices

Prof. Wen-Cheng Lai

Nation Taiwan University Science and Technology, Taiwan

NanoBioElectronics&Devices

Prof. Daniela Dragomirescu

INSA-Toulouse and LAAS-CNRS Lab.  Tolouse, France

Nano-Bio-Materials

Dr. Simona Badilescu

Concordia University,
Montreal, Canada

Prof. Maria Giovanna Buonomenna
Consiglio Nazionale dei Chimici (CNC), Italy

Actually General Director of the National R&D Institute for Nonferrous and Rare Metals,she graduate Organic Chemical Technology Faculty at the University POLITEHNICA Bucharest in1983. She started to work in research field moving from rubbers and plastics chemistry to anti-cancer drugs synthesis and finally in1988 to the Institute for Non-ferrous and Rare Metals. From 1997 she is PhD in Applied Physical Chemistry with a thesis devoted to characterization of piezoceramic materials synthesized by hydro-chemical procedures. From 1999 until now she done more research stages in Italy, Spain and France and has started a fruitful cooperation as associate professor in Chemistry and Materials Science Faculties from the University POLITEHNICA Bucharest. In November 2004 she was awarded with a NATO Fellowship in the Institute for Materials Science PROMES Font Romeu, France for solar energy synthesis of ceramic nanopowders. Beside coordination of more Projects in the frame of National Programme for Advanced Materials, micro and nanotechnologies, Dr. Roxana Mioara Piticescu was one of the first Romanian women in-charge of work in nanomaterials research area involved in more European projects and member in the management committee of more European COST projects. Her activity in this field was mentioned by the Romanian Journal of Science and Technology. She graduated certified courses of Project Management, trainer of trainees and innovation management. She published over 70 papers in different national and international journals, 2 book chapters and participated in many conferences and workshops. She is founder member of the Romanian Association for New and Advance Materials, member of Romanian Ceramic Society and Material Society and peer reviewer for Nanotechnology and Journal of American Ceramic Society, USA. She is active of member of the European Technology Platform Nanomedicine. Her basic background in organic chemistry together with the high level of knowledge received during practical and theoretical approach to ceramic nanomaterials meets together in developing new projects and ideas in the field of regenerative nanomedicine, bringing nanotechnologies closer to life.

 Dr. Roxana Mioara Piticescu
National R&D Institute for Nonferrous and Rare Metals, Romania