Executive Committee

Professor Hisatoshi Kobayashi

National Institute for Material Science, Japan

Prof. Kobayashi is president of International Association of Advanced Materials and a group leader of WPI Research center MANA,National Institute for Material Science, Tsukuba Japan. He is also affiliated with several organization including Visiting Professor of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan; Adjunct Professor, University of Allahabad,India, and Honorary Guest Professor of Denbandhu Chotu Ram University of Science & Technology, India. At present he plays role as a councilor of Japanese Society for Biomaterials; Consultant of Global Healthcare Company, etc. In his academic carrier, he has published more than 180 publications, papers, books,and patents in the field of biomaterial science and technology. His expertise is Biomaterial science,biopolymers, biodegradable polymers, Nano- composites, Nano-fibers, Ophthalmologic devices,Orthopaedic devices, etc. His current research interest is cell-nano-materials, tissues-nanomaterials interactions. Based on the information, he is focused on design and development of highly functionalized biodegradable scaffold for tissue engineering, nano-composite for medical devices, etc.

Professor Ashutosh Tiwari

Institute of Advanced Materials, Sweden

Prof. Tiwari is a founder member of International Association of Advanced Materials; Director, Institute of Advanced Materials; Editor-in-Chief, Advanced Materials Letters; Academic Editor of Nature Scientific Reports; Guest Editor, 2D special issue of Biosensors and Bioelectronics; Series Editor, Advanced Materials books published by Scrivener Publishing and co-published with John Wiley & Sons and Advanced Nanomaterials, Elsevier; and docent in the Applied Physics with the specialisation of Biosensors and Bioelectronics from Linköping University, Sweden. His research on stimuli-controlled bioelectronics, nanobioreactors, programmable biodevices, smart theranostics, and affinity/MIP surfaces realised by the integration of smart architecting has emerged as a versatile platform for building a new age technological outlets to tackle key challenges in medical, energy supply and environmental issues.

Dr. Mikael Syvajarvi

Linkoping University, Sweden

Dr. Syvajarvi received his PhD in Materials Science in 1999 at Linkoping University, Sweden and currently leads a research group at Linkoping University in the area of semiconductor energy and environmental materials. Mikael Syvajarvi has an entrepreneurial research profile by a research focus to commercialize advanced materials and growth methods from scientific findings in new materials approaches. He has founded several spin off companies from the innovations developed by his research group.