Prof. David T.W. Lin,
University of Tainan
David T.W. Lin is currently Professor and Chairman of Institute of
Mechatronic System Engineering, University of Tainan. He
received the PH.D. Mechanical Engineering from Cheng Kung University,
Tainan. He is the Project Leader of CO2
Heat Extraction on Reservoir of Enhanced Geothermal System, National
Energy Project. He served as the conference chair of IEEA 2016, the
editor of Smart Science and Int. J. Sci. Eng.. He is devoted to the
study of Geothermal System, Energy Harvesting, and Optimal Theory. In
last five years, His publications are more than 100 research papers and
conference papers on the energy, heat transfer and optimization field.
For his outstanding academic research, he receives the excellent scholar
award of Ministry of Education from 2015
2015 Professor & Chairman, Graduate Institute of Mechatronic System Engineering, University of Tainan
2016 Conference Chair, 2016 International Conference on Informatics, Environment, Energy and Applications (IEEA 2016), Hong Kong
2016 Guest Editor, International Journal of Transport Phenomena(IJTP) Special Issue "Nanoscale Thermophysics and Transport Research in Taiwan"
2015 Project Director, Geothermal Energy and Gas Hydrate Focus Center, Ministry of Science and Technology
2015 Keynote Speaker of COMSOL Global Forum
2015 Counselor of Tainan City
2015 Associate Editor In Chief, Smart Science, ISSN: 2308-0477
2015 Editorial Board, International Journal of Science and Engineering
Prof. Jesus Toribio
University of Salamanca,Spain
Professor Jesús Toribio graduated in Civil Engineering in 1982 and then
in Mathematics in 1986. In 1987 he was awarded his PhD in the
Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) and turned into Associate
Professor in that Institution. In 1992 he became Full Professor and Head
of the Materials Science Department of the University of La Coruña (at
the age of 32, thus being the youngest Full Professor in the area of
Materials Science in Spain). In 2000 he moved to the University of
Salamanca (USAL) where is currently Full Professor of Materials Science
and Head of the Fracture and Structural Integrity Research group (FSIRG)
of that Institution.
His research work is mainly concerned with fatigue and fracture mechanics, environmentally assisted cracking, stress corrosion cracking and hydrogen embrittlement/degradation/damage of metals and alloys (mainly cold drawn pearlitic steel wires for civil engineering and austenitic stainless steels for nuclear engineering and energy applications), covering theoretical, computational and experimental aspects. He actively participates in International Conferences, very often being member of the International Advisory Committee, organising Special Sessions/Symposia, being Session Chairman or delivering Plenary/Keynote/Invited Lectures. Professor Dr. Jesús Toribio has published more than 500 scientific papers, most of them in international books and journals.
He is the Chairman of the Technical Committee 10 (TC10): Environmentally Assisted Cracking of the European Structural Integrity Society (ESIS) and has been Director (2013-2017) of the International Congress of Fracture-The World Academy of Structural Integrity (ICF-WASI), being responsible of launching the Ibero-American Academy of Structural Integrity (IA2SI). Prof. Toribio has been awarded a variety of scientific research prizes and awards including: (i) UPM Young Scientist Award of the Polytechnic University of Madrid; (ii) METROTEC Award for the best Technological Research Project; (iii) Honour Medal of the Spanish Group of Fracture (GEF/SEIE) in recognition of his research achievements in the field of fracture mechanics; (iv) Fellow of the Wessex Institute of Technology (WIT) in recognition of leadership and outstanding work in engineering sciences, (v) Top Reviewer 2011 in recognition of an outstanding contribution to the quality of the Elsevier International Journal Engineering Fracture Mechanics, (vi) Fellow of the European Structural Society (ESIS Fellow) for his outstanding contributions to the art, science, teaching or practice of fracture mechanics and his service to the society; (vii) Honorary Member of the Italian Group of Fracture (IGF) in acknowledgement and appreciation of his outstanding achievements in the research field of fracture mechanics (viii) Best Paper and Presentation Award in the International Conference on Energy Materials and Applications (ICEMA 2017) held in 2017 in Hiroshima, Japan, with a paper entitled: Numerical Simulation of Hydrogen Diffusion in the Pressure Vessel Wall of a WWER-440 Reactor.