ICOEAT 2022 Keynote Speaker(List will update continuously)
Assoc. Prof. Mohammad Russel, Bangladesh, School of Ocean Science and Technology, Dalian University of Technology
Mohammad Russel, Associate professor, graduate with a doctorate from China University of Geosciences and currently works in the School of Marine Science and Technology of Dalian University of Technology. He has undertaken a number of national scientific research projects and worked in the Institute of aquatic biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences as a visiting scholar. From January 2010 to December 2011, he worked as a doctoral student in the food and biotechnology group of agricultural research company in Hamilton, New Zealand for two years. His main research direction is to establish an electromagnetic sensor to detect bacteria in liquid medium. He served as a researcher in the Sino Hungarian Joint Laboratory of biogeology and environmental geology, School of environment, China University of Geosciences from September 2009 to July 2012 (Doctor's Outstanding Performer) and from September 2006 to July 2009 (Scientific Scholar). He used micro reaction calorimeter to analyze toxicological problems in different environments. From September to November 2010, he conducted a two-month internship in the sustainable development group at the United Nations headquarters in New York, USA, engaged in environmental pollution management policy. He is currently an associate editor of IEEE sensors journal, a member of the Institute of engineers of New Zealand (IPENZ) and a professional member of the American Association for the advancement of Science (AAAS).
Mohammad Russel副教授，博士毕业于中国地质大学，目前在大连理工大学海洋科学与技术学院任职。承担多项国家级科研项目，曾以访问学者的身份在中国科学院水生生物研究所工作。在2010年1月份至2011年12月份，以一名博士生的身份在新西兰汉密尔顿Agresearch公司的食品与生物技术组从事了2年的研究工作，主要研究方向是建立一个电磁传感器用于检测液体介质中的细菌。在2009年9月至2012年7月（博士突出表现者的身份）和2006年9月-2009年7月（科学学者的身份）在中国地质大学环境学院，生物地质学与环境地质学中匈联合实验室担任研究员，使用微反应量热仪分析不同环境的毒理学问题。于2010年9月至11月期间，在美国纽约联合国总部可持续发展组进行了为期2个月的实习，从事环境污染管理政策方面的工作。目前是IEEE Sensors Journal的副编辑，新西兰工程师协会会员（IPENZ），美国科学促进会（AAAS）的专业会员。
Title: Developing a novel dielectric spectroscopy method to study the Impact of Microplastic pollutants on marine algae
Abstract: Plastics are synthetic organic polymers that have a wide range of applications in industry, construction, medicine, and food protection due to their versatility, durability, and low-cost production. Microplastics are easier to disperse in the ocean due to their smaller particle size. The annual output of microplastics in my country is also huge. In the ocean, microplastics are everywhere. Under the action of wind or hydraulic force such as tides, waves, and ocean currents, microplastics can be transported in tidal flats, offshore and open oceans, and can also migrate in the ocean water column. are distributed. In addition, microplastics can also be transported over long distances in the ocean by surface currents. The impact of microplastics on the marine ecological environment is multifaceted. First of all, due to the small particle size of microplastics, it is very easy to be eaten by invertebrates and marine organisms, and then through the transmission of food chains and food webs, it can be enriched in high trophic level organisms, which has a serious impact on the human body. In addition, microplastics have a great impact on algae in the ocean. For example, its blocking and reflection of sunlight will hinder algae's absorption of sunlight and affect algae's photosynthesis. Moreover, some algae, as the primary productivity of marine ecosystems, play a vital role in the circulation and energy flow of nitrogen, phosphorus and other substances in the water ecosystem, and their pollution will also affect other microorganisms in the material cycle. Therefore, there is an urgent need for us to research and develop effective algal bloom monitoring techniques to reduce the scale of harmful algal blooms and their harmful effects. To understand the hazards of algal blooms and strengthen monitoring, we propose the use of dielectric spectroscopy to study the impact of microplastic pollutants on marine algae. This method is a technology developed by microwave technology, which can quickly and accurately obtain the internal information of the substance, so as to realize the non-destructive and rapid measurement of the sample. Therefore, this method is increasingly favored by researchers. In this paper, a PCB coaxial probe based on dielectric spectroscopy is designed. Dielectric spectroscopy was used to analyze changes in the dielectric constant of algae at different concentrations of microplastic pollutants. During the experiment, the probe was used to measure the dielectric constant of algae under different pollutant concentrations and cultured for different days. Among them, the test theoretical basis of the probe is a quasi-static model, through which the relationship between the S parameters obtained by the vector network analysis and the number of algae and the content of chlorophyll can be accurately calculated. In the test frequency range of 100MHz-3.0GHz, the measured changes of S-parameter and real part of algae have a good linear relationship with the number of algae and chlorophyll content. This paper provides a reference for exploring the change of dielectric constant of algae by dielectric spectroscopy.
Prof. Yang Wu, China, School of civil engineering, Guangzhou University
Yang Wu,Professor, Master Supervisor, School of civil engineering, Guangzhou University, and young outstanding talents of the "Hundred Talents Program" of Guangzhou University. Presided over a number of national and municipal research projects, such as National Natural Science Foundation general project, youth project, Guangdong basic and applied basic research foundation general project of natural science foundation, Guangzhou Science and technology plan Municipal School joint project, etc. He has long served as the reviewer of the following SCI and Chinese Journals: Canadian geotechnical journal, soil dynamic and earthquake engineering, International Journal of geomechanics, Geotextiles and geomembranes, marine and petroleum geology, granular matter, Journal of natural gas science and engineering, ASTM International - Journal of testing and evaluation, marine Georesources & geotechnology, Journal of geotechnical engineering, Journal of civil and environmental engineering. 33 SCI journal papers were published, of which 29 were published as the first author or corresponding author (Including several highly cited papers of ESI).
吴杨教授，硕士生导师，广州大学土木工程学院，广州大学“****”青年杰出人才。主持国家自然科学基金-面上项目、青年项目、广东省基础与应用基础研究基金自然科学基金面上项目、广州市科技计划-市校联合项目等多项国家级，市级研究。长期担任以下多种SCI和中文期刊审稿人,Canadian Geotechnical Journal, Soil Dynamic and Earthquake Engineering, International Journal of Geomechanics, Geotextiles and Geomembranes，Marine and Petroleum Geology, Granular matter，Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, ASTM International - Journal of Testing and Evaluation, Marine Georesources & Geotechnology,岩土工程学报,土木与环境工程学报。发表SCI期刊论文33篇，其中以第一作者或通讯作者身份发表29篇（含多篇ESI高被引论文）。
Prof. Shuzheng Sun, China, Harbin Engineering University
Shuzheng Sun, male, from Yantai, Shandong Province, doctor of engineering, professor and master supervisor of Harbin Engineering University. In September 2010, he stayed in school to teach after his doctoral degree. From 2011 to 2013, he engaged in post doctoral research in China Shipbuilding Research Center. From December 2016 to June 2017, he visited Stavanger University in Norway. Responsible for more than 10 national defense pre research projects, National Nature Fund projects, high-tech ship projects of the Ministry of industry and information technology and various horizontal topics. He has published more than 30 academic papers, including more than 10 SCI searches, obtained 3 National Defense invention patents, applied for 2, applied for 1 International Invention Patent and obtained 4 national software copyrights. The research achievements won one national special prize for scientific and technological progress, one second prize and one third prize for scientific and technological progress of Heilongjiang Province, and one second prize for scientific and technological progress of national defense.
Title: Wave Loads Analysis of the Module-based Offshore Fish Farm Platform
Abstract: The Module-based Offshore Fish Farm Platform is a new type of offshore aquaculture platform. When the Morison equation is used to calculate the wave load on the grid cage, the connection form of the sphere and the pipe structure in the cage frame will affect the surrounding flow field, and the hydrodynamic coefficient used in the Morison equation is not accurate enough when considering the viscous effect. This paper combines the CFD method and the Morison equation to calculate wave load of the cage, and the result is compared with that of the CFD method. It is concluded that the present method is reasonable and feasible for calculating wave load on the cage.
Assoc. Prof. Zhengyao Yi, China, Dalian Ocean University, School of Navigation and Marine Engineering
Associate Professor Zhengyao Yi presided over or participated in many projects, such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the basic research project of the Ministry of communications, the fund project of Liaoning Provincial Department of education, and the special project of school enterprise cooperation of the subsidiary of COSCO Shipping Group; More than 50 Chinese core papers have been published in domestic and foreign journals, including 15 retrieved by SCI, EI and ISTP; More than 30 authorized patents have been obtained, including 12 invention patents; Won 1 paper award of international salvage Forum; There are 2 silver awards in the national invention exhibition. Main research fields and directions: Hydraulic Fluid Transmission and Control Technology, Mechatronics and Robot Technology, Ship Design and Manufacturing Technology.
Title: Analysis and Thinking of Intelligent Ship Design
Abstract: As a major shipping and shipbuilding country, China has been actively promoting the development of intelligent ship technology. The “Outline for the Construction of a Traffic Power” in 2019, and the “Guidance for the Development of Intelligent Shipping” issued by the Ministry of Communications and other ministries have pointed out the direction for the high-quality and intelligent development of the shipping industry in the new era.In this context, many shipbuilding enterprises and scientific research institutions have a trend of accelerating development in the field of intelligent shipping. This report introduces the analysis and thinking of intelligent ship products from the following six aspects, such as: the definition and content of intelligent ship products, the brief history and course of intelligent ship products, the existing technical analysis and discussion of intelligent ship, the proposal of ship intelligent technology demand theory. the application of ship intelligent technology demand theory and the application experience and technology prospect of intelligent ship. Committed to providing a reference for the research, design and production of intelligent ship products in the industry. At the same time, through the demand analysis model and case study, the conclusions are as follows: intelligent technologies such as robot and automation system, satellite system, big data, intelligent materials, energy storage and so on will ensure the more reliable and safe operation of ships.
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