Prof. Jinliang Xu is a professor at School of Energy Power and Mechanical Engineering, North China Electric Power University. He received his PhD in 1995 at Xi’an Jiaotong University, completed a post-doc in Tsinghua University from 1995 to 1997, and worked in University of Notre Dame from 1997 to 2002. He joined Guangzhou Institute of Energy Conversion, CAS in 2002, and founded the Micro Energy System Laboratory there. He joined North China Electric Power University in 2009 and founded the Beijing Key Laboratory of Multiphase Flow and Heat Transfer for Low Grade Energy Utilizations. His research interest includes multiphase flow and heat transfer in micro/nano systems, advanced power generation system, low grade energy and renewable energy utilization. He has published more than 200 international journal papers as the corresponding author, and co-authored two books. He has been the highly cited scholar of Energy in the recent five years. He has been the chair or co-chair for multiple international conferences. He is the editor or associate editor of multiple journals including Energies, Thermal Science and Engineering Progress, Frontiers in Heat pipe, Alternative Energy, and the guest editor for the special issue of Applied Thermal Engineering and Energy. He has presented 40 keynote speeches in international conferences, and has been the reviewer for more than 30 journals. He was awarded the best reviewer of the Journal of Heat Transfer, ASME in the fiscal year of 2012. He received the Natural Science Award of the Ministry of Education of China (first grade). He has been the “973” project chief scientist, Ministry of Science since 2011 and was named as the “Yangtze River Scholar” Professor by the National Ministry of education, China in 2013.

Dr. Qiuwang Wang, Professor of School of Energy & Power Engineering, Dean of Department for Undergraduate Education, Executive Director of International Joint Research Laboratory of Thermal Science and Engineering, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China. He was a visiting scholar at City University of Hong Kong from May 1998 to March 1999, a guest professor at Kyushu University of Japan from September to December 2003, and a senior visiting scholar at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA from December 2012 to June 2013. His research interests include heat transfer enhancement and its applications, high-temperature/high-pressure heat transfer and fluid flow, transport phenomena in porous media, numerical simulation, prediction & optimization, etc. He is a Fellow of ASME, a China Delegate of Assembly for Intl Heat Transfer Conference (AIHTC), a member of Scientific Council of Intl Centre for Heat & Mass Transfer (ICHMT), a Vice President of Chinese Society of Engineering Thermophysics in Heat & Mass Transfer. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Energy Storage and Saving, an Associate Editor of Heat Transfer Engineering, and Editorial Board Members for several international journals such as Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Energy Conversion and Management, Energy, Applied Thermal Engineering, etc. He is founding chair of International Workshop on Heat Transfer Advances for Energy Conservation and Pollution Control (IWHT) (every two years since 2011, 2011-Xi’an, 2013-Xi’an, 2015-Taipei, 2017-Las Vegas, 2019- Novosibirsk, 2021-Harbin). He has also delivered more than 50 Invited/Keynote lectures in international conferences or foreign Universities. He has also been authors or co-authors of 4 books and more than 200 international journal papers. He has obtained more than 40 China Invent Patents and 4 US Patents.

Dr. Zhixiong “James” Guo is a Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Rutgers University-New Brunswick, NJ, USA. He received his B.S., M.S., and Doctorate, all in Engineering Physics, from Tsinghua University, Beijing in 1989, 1991, and 1995, respectively. Then he left China and worked as a Research Fellow in KAIST, South Korea, and a Research Associate in Tohoku University, Japan. From 1999 to 2001, he worked as a research staff member in NYU-Tandon School of Engineering, where he completed his Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering in the same time period. He joined the faculty at Rutgers in July 2001. He is a recognized expert in heat transfer, with notable expertise in radiation transport, heat transfer enhancement, and nanoscale heat transfer. His discovery and solution for conserving scattered energy and scattering angle in radiation transfer modeling is of significant contribution to the advancement of radiative transfer computation. He is a pioneer in ultrafast laser radiation transport modeling and applications. He explored plasma-mediated ablation and developed it successfully to tissue grafting and decontamination. He conducted leading research on near-field radiation, addressing emerging technological applications such as MEMS/NEMS sensors, ultrafine measurement, and biological sensing at the molecular level.  Nowadays he explores innovative utilization of renewable solar energy and investigates fundamentals in interfacial heat transfer and boiling mechanisms at the molecular level. He has supervised 17 PhD and 20 Master students and mentored 14 postdoctoral/visiting scholars. He received research funds from the NSF, NASA/NJSGC, USDA, ASEE/DOD, MTF, NIH, NJ Nanotechnology Consortium, Charles and Johanna Busch Memorial Funds, NNSFC, JSPS, and other sources.  He also received a teaching award from Rutgers Vice President Office for Undergraduate Education in 2002. He is the author or co-author of over 250 articles/editorials in archival journals and conference proceedings. He is the Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer and a Managing Editor for journal Heat Transfer Research, and an editorial board member for Applied Thermal Engineering and Frontiers in Energy. Dr. Guo is an elected Fellow of ASME and ASTFE. He was the K-18 technical committee Chair of Heat Transfer Division in ASME during 2009-2015. He was the Technical Program Chair for the 6th International Symposium on Advances in Computational Heat Transfer (CHT-15). He was a conference Co-Chair for 2011, 2013, and 2015 International Workshops on Heat Transfer Advances for Energy Conservation and Pollution Control. Among many distinctions, he was awarded a JSPS Invitation Fellowship, a K.C. Wong Education Foundation Fellowship, and Rutgers the Board of Trustee’s Award for Excellence in Research, the university’s highest honor for outstanding research contributions to a discipline or to society.

Dr Poh Seng Lee is an Associate Professor with the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Prof Lee’s research interests include high performance cooling techniques (in particular single and two-phase microchannel cooling), energy efficient air conditioning and low grade waste heat recovery. He is the recipient of numerous research and innovation awards including 2013 NUS Faculty of Engineering’s Young Faculty Research Award, 2011 Institution of Engineers Singapore (IES) Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award, 2011 Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit Top 10 Defense Energy Technology Solutions Award and 2009 Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors Award (TKKYIA) – Defense Science. Dr Lee also serves as the Program Director of Cooling Energy Science & Technology Singapore (CoolestSG) consortium, Deputy Director of the Centre for Energy Research & Technology (CERT) and Assistant Dean of Research & Technology, Faculty of Engineering.


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