Keynote and Plenary

Keynote Speaker I

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Prof. Dennis Y.C. Leung

The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Speech title: Problems and mediation of climate change in China

Professor Dennis Y.C. Leung received his BEng (1982) and PhD (1988) from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Hong Kong.  He had worked with the Hongkong Electric Co., Ltd. for five years heading the air pollution section of the company before joining the University of Hong Kong in 1993. Since then he is very active in conducting research in environmental and energy engineering. Professor Leung is now a full professor of the department specializing in environmental pollution control and renewable & clean energy development. He has published more than 400 articles in this area including 220+ peer reviewed top SCI journal papers.  He was invited to publish more than 20 review articles in leading journals.  His current h-index is 53 with total citations more than 10,000. He is one of the top 1% highly cited scientists in the world in energy field since 2010 (Essential Science Indicators) until now. Professor Leung has delivered more than 50 keynote and invited speeches in many conferences as well as public lectures.  He serves as a chief editor or editorial board member of a number of journals including Frontiers in Environmental Sciences, Applied Energy, Journal of Power & Energy, and Sustainable Energy. He was and is presently serving many governmental committees related to energy and environment as chairman or member. He is a Chartered Engineer and a fellow of several professional institutes including IMechE, Energy Institute and HKIOA.  Professor Leung received numerous awards including the Outstanding Earth Champion Hong Kong award in 2008 in recognizing his contributions in protecting the environment.

Keynote Speaker II

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Prof. Ian McAndrew

Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, UK

Speech title:Low speed aerodynamics for very high altitude flight.

Abatract:As unmanned aerial systems take on new roles these roles become more demanding. In his talk Prof. McAndrew will discuss the implications of low speed flight at altitude, its challenges and possible solutions. The possibility of altitudes in excess of 50,000 ft are included and speeds below 100ktns. This exciting area offers real opportunities for new uses, applications and commercial success in an industry struggling to establish its identity.

Prof. Ian R. McAndrew PhD  is a mechanical engineer that has worked in education for over 25 years. His teaching and research has been globally, starting in London and now with Embry Riddle Aeronautical University. He has taught in over 20 countries and published with many academics from all over the world. He is currently the Department Chair for Graduate Studies in the college of Aeronautics, where he is responsible for 6 Masters degrees and over 3000 students. He has 5 degrees, also a qualified Electrical engineer and FRAeS. He has supervised over 25 PhDs and has almost 50 peer reviewed publications. His current research is in aerodynamics and low speed flight. He is a keen supporter of conferences as this is where junior researchers can develop their skills for a life in research.

Keynote Speaker III

Chair Prof. LEE Chun Sing 

City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Speech Title:TBD...

Research Interests: 
Biomedical Materials
Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
Organic Light-Emitting Devices (OLEDs) 
Organic Optoelectronics
Surface Science of Organic Semiconductors and Nanomaterials

Biography:

Prof Chun-Sing Lee jointed the City University of Hong Kong in 1994 and co-founded the Center Of Super-Diamond and Advanced Films (COSDAF) in 1998. He is currently the Director of COSDAF and a Chair Professor in the Department of Physics and Materials Science. His main research area covers organic electronics and nanomaterials for energy, environmental and biomedical applications. In addition to serving the editorial boards of Physical Status Solidi, Material Research Express and the advisory editorial board of Asian Materials (NPG), Prof Lee is also an associate editor of Nano-Micro Letters. Prof Lee holds 20 US patents and has published over 500 journal papers and received over 20,000 citations.


Important Dates

Full Paper Submission Deadline: Dec..20, 2017
Notification Day: Before Jan. 20, 2018

Tutorial Proposal: Before Feb.20, 2018

Registration Deadline: Before Feb.20, 2018

Conference Dates: March. 23-26, 2018


NEWS


2017.7.20 CAMME 2017  conference proceeding has been indexed by  EI Compendex. http://www.camme.org/history.html 

2017.6.30 CAMME 2017 conference proceeding has been published: http://iopscience.iop.org/issue/1757-899X/211/1    

2017.4.26 Prof. Chun-Lang Yeh,Prof. Michael I. Friswell, Prof. MUSA BIN MAILAH have been nominated as best reviewers of this conference. 

2017.4.25 Congratulations! M023 Peter Bruns from Institut für Dynamik und Schwingungen, Germany has been awarded as best student paper(Session B). M006 Lu-Ean Ooi from University Sains Malaysia, Malaysia.  has been awarded as best presentation(Session A), Prof. Soon-Geul Lee from Kyung Hee University, Korea has been awardedas best presentation(Session B)

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2017.04.03 Preliminary Schedule on April 23 is been announced, please check:http://www.camme.org/tour.html   

2017.2.21.Please check oral presentation tips from our conference chair:  Basic Presentation Tips.pdf

Program

March. 23, 2018: Registration + Icebreaker Reception

March. 24, 2018: Opening Ceremony+KN Speech+Technical Sessions 

March. 25, 2018: Technical Sessions+ Tutorial 

March. 26 2018: Lab tours+Half day tour

Co-organized by

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Thammasat University, Thailand.


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