JaeJong Lee received the BS in precision machine engineering fron Chonbuk National University in 1985, a MS in production engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology(KAIST) in Seoul in 1987, and Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Korea Advanced Institute of Science &
Technology(KAIST) in DaeJeon in 1998. Since 1987
Jiaxing Huang is professor of materials science and engineering at Northwestern University. His research interests are in material chemistry, processing, and manufacturing. Huang has been honored with the IUPAC Young Chemists Prize, an NSF CAREER Award, an Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, and the Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award from the Society of Manufacturing Engineers.
Prof. Lauhon is a Professor and Associate Chair in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Northwestern University and Co-Director of the Applied Physics Program. He received a Ph.D. in Physics from Cornell with Wilson Ho (2000) and a B.S. in Physics from the University of Michigan (1993). Prior to joining Northwestern in 2003, he was a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology at Harvard University with Charles Lieber.
Professor Bradley’s independent career began in 1992 when he joined the University of Southampton as a Royal Society University Research Fellow (1992-1999). He was awarded a personal chair in Combinatorial Chemistry at the age of 34 and in 1997 founded the Centre for Combinatorial Chemistry. In 2005 he took up his current position at the University of Edinburgh
Sang-Woo Kim is professor in the Department of Advanced Materials Science and Engineering at Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU). He received a Ph.D. in Electronic Science and Engineering from Kyoto University in 2004.
Dr Qiao joined the School of Chemical Engineering of the University of Adelaide (UoA) in March 2012 as a professor (the inaugural Chair of Nanotechnology). His research expertise is in nanomaterials and nanoporous materials for new energy technologies (electrocatalysis, photocatalysis, batteries, fuel cell, supercapacitors).