Dr. Jun Wang is research scientist in the Department of Engineering Physics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is working on several research projects funded by Department of Energy (DOE) about nuclear power plant safety technologies, especially the development of accident tolerant fuels technology. Dr. Wang has over 50 publications of book, government report, peer-reviewed journal and conference articles at the areas of nuclear safety, accident tolerant fuels, Gen IV designs, and two-phase flow experiments. Dr. Wang’s work gets over 190 citations, with h-index 8. Dr. Wang services as editor for Elsevier Nuclear Energy Book Program; associate editor for the journal Frontiers in Energy Research Nuclear Energy; editor on board for the journals Open Engineering, Experimental and Computational Multiphase Flow, and World Journal of Nuclear Science and Technology. Dr. Wang also provide referee service for over 20 journals and conferences. Dr. Wang is member of American Nuclear Society, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and American Association for the Advancement of Science.
Dr Oluwaseun John Dada has worked over over the past 8 years on NanoScale materials, advanced materials manufacturing and applications. I have achieved Electrolytic syntheses, characterizations, and applications of novel graphene/nano-Carbons, resulting in Superior Electrical, Electronic, Thermal and Dielectric characteristics; also resulting in the Highest Capacities when applied to Lead Acid and Lithium-ion Batteries, resulting from higher Utilization of Electrode Materials, 1st to demonstrate electrode precipitation and dissolution mechanisms in the gel-crystal electroactive zone of the lead-acid battery; synthesized graphene also resulted in higher viscoelastic mechanical behaviour in graphene-enhanced epoxy nanocomposites prepared by in-situ reduction of GO by solvent evaporation and hot stirring. Synthesized highly scalable and diversely applicable crystalline pristine graphene directly from graphite, with high basal planarity using solid-state processes, or alternative colloidal sonication process. This has resulted in the high-performance graphene anode for lithium-ion battery. Dr Dada received PhD in Mechanical Engineering Nanotechnology Concentration at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong. Dr Oluwaseun John Dada is the CEO/ Director of Research and Engineering at Signature EcoSystems Technologies, Hong Kong. Dr. Dada was ORTg, Hong Kong PhD Fellow (Mechanical Engineering, Nanotechnology Concentration), Senate Representative, Entrepreneurship Centre (EC) Venture Entrepreneurship (VEN) Program Manager, and Engineering School Board member at The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). He was on AMSEN (Carnegie-RISE network) MSc scholarship at University of Witwatersrand, and won the AMSEN conference 3rd presentation prize in Nairobi. Prof. Dada was Lecturer, 1st Class and Best Engineering School Graduate at the Federal University of Technology FUT, Akure.
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