Hamid Reza Roosta | Vertical farming Award | Best Researcher Award

Prof Hamid Reza Roosta | Vertical farming Award | Best Researcher Award

prof at Arak university, Iran

Hamid Reza Roosta is a distinguished academic and researcher in the field of horticultural sciences, specializing in plant nutrition and cultivation techniques. Born on September 1st, 1974, in Arak, Iran, he has dedicated his career to advancing knowledge in horticulture and agricultural sciences.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

🎓 Ph.D. in Plant Nutrition, University of Copenhagen, Denmark (2003-2007)
🎓 M.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering-Horticulture, Tarbiat Modares University, Iran (1998-2001)
🎓 B.Sc. in Crop Productions Engineering-Horticulture, University of Tehran, Iran (1993-1998)

Research Interests:

🌱 Plant nutrition in hydroponic systems 🌿 Nutrient management in recirculating hydroponic systems 💡 Plants responses to different spectral LED lights 🏭 Plant factories 🌾 Crop cultivation in greenhouse

Professional Activities and Memberships:

🎖️ President: Iranian Society of Soilless cultures 🎓 Head: Horticultural Science Department, Arak University 📝 Scientific Secretary: 4th Congress of Hydroponic and Greenhouse Products 🤝 Member: International Society for Horticultural Science, Iranian Society for Horticultural Science, Scandinavian Plant Physiology Society (SPPS), Practical Aquaponic

Awards:

🏅 Top 2% researchers globally in 2020 and 2021
🥇 Best Researcher of Kerman province, Iran (2012, 2017)
🏆 Best Researcher of Agriculture research group, VRU (2018)

 

🔬 Research Focus:

Hamid Reza Roosta’s research primarily focuses on the optimization of plant nutrition and growth in challenging environments, particularly under salinity and alkalinity stresses. His work explores innovative strategies such as supplemental light application, foliar applications of selenium and silicon, and manipulation of light spectrum to enhance plant performance and mitigate stress impacts. Additionally, he investigates the use of nanotechnology for reducing postharvest decay in fruits and explores nutrient management techniques for vertical farming. Roosta’s research contributes to advancing sustainable agriculture practices and improving crop productivity in hydroponic and greenhouse systems.

Citations:

Citations (Since 2019): 1404
h-index (Since 2019): 19
i10-index (Since 2019): 38

Total Citations: 2125
Total h-index: 24
Total i10-index: 42

These citation metrics reflect the impact and influence of Hamid Reza Roosta’s research contributions, particularly since 2019.

 

David Tavi Agbor | Agroecology | Young Scientist Award

Mr David Tavi Agbor | Agroecology | Young Scientist Award

M.Sc graduate and adjunct lecturer at  Catholic University Institute Buea Cameroon

David Tavi Agbor is a Cameroonian soil scientist with a diverse academic background spanning multiple continents. He holds an M.Sc. in Soil Science from the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Program, complemented by degrees in Agronomy from the University of Buea, Cameroon. Throughout his academic journey, David has maintained an impressive GPA, reflecting his commitment to excellence.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

🎓 Education:

  • M.Sc. Erasmus Mundus Joint Master’s Degree in Soil Science (Turkey, Poland, Bulgaria, and Jordan)
  • M.Sc. Agronomy (Crop Production) – University of Buea, Cameroon
  • B.Sc. Agriculture (Agronomy) – University of Buea, Cameroon

🔬 Research Interests:

  • Plant-Soil interactions, Plant-Microbes interactions
  • Agroecology, Agronomy, Soil Science
  • Ecosystem modeling, remote sensing, and land use/land cover change
  • Forest Ecology and Sustainable Forest

💼 Professional Experience:

  • Adjunct Lecturer at Catholic University Institute Buea, Cameroon
  • Cofounder and Team Leader at Global Youth Connect for Sustainable Agriculture
  • Junior Soil Scientist Researcher at ekolive company, Slovakia
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at the Department of Agronomic and Applied Molecular Science

🏆 Awards & Grants:

  • Winner of various grants including EJP SOIL Access to Infrastructure Call, Stimulus Fund Grant, Erasmus+ Scholarship, and more
  • Recipient of academic excellence awards

🛠️ Skills:

  • Proficient in languages: English (Fluent), French (Elementary)
  • Experienced in GIS, remote sensing, data analysis, and soil analysis techniques

🔬 Research Focus:

David Tavi Agbor’s research focus primarily revolves around sustainable agricultural practices and crop production enhancement 🌾. He investigates various aspects including intercropping techniques for pest management and yield improvement, as evidenced by his work on maize-legume intercropping with botanical Piper. Additionally, his studies delve into the adaptability of crop cultivars, such as okra, and explore innovative methods like vegetative propagation of tomato hybrids. Agbor also contributes to understanding soil dynamics and land use changes through techniques like GIS and remote sensing. Overall, his research endeavors contribute significantly to sustainable farming practices and ecosystem management 🌱.

Publications Top Notes:

  1. Maize-legume Intercropping and Botanical Piper Mitigating Effect on Pest Populations while Enhancing the Yield of Maize Authors: Agbor, D.T., Eboh, K.S., Sama, D.K., Tanyi, G.T., Nkongho, R.N. Published in: Journal of Natural Pesticide Research, 2023, 6, 100060Abstract: This study explores the synergistic effects of maize-legume intercropping and the application of botanical Piper in mitigating pest populations while simultaneously enhancing maize yields.
  2. Vegetative Propagation of F1 Tomato Hybrid (Solanum lycopersicum L.) Using Different Rooting Media and Stem-nodal Cuttings Authors: Nkongho, R.N., Ndam, L.M., Akoneh, N.N., Ojongakpa, O.T., Ngone, A.M. Published in: Journal of Agriculture and Food Research, 2023, 11, 100470Abstract: Investigates various methods of vegetative propagation for F1 tomato hybrid, assessing the efficacy of different rooting media and stem-nodal cuttings.
  3. Seed Production System and Adaptability of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) Cultivars in Buea, Cameroon Authors: Nkongho, R.N., Efouba-Mbong, J.T., Ndam, L.M., Etchu-Takang, E.G., Agbor, D.T. Published in: PLoS ONE, 2022, 17(12 October), e0278771Abstract: Explores the seed production system and adaptability of various okra cultivars in the Buea region of Cameroon.

Simeneh Demissie | Fertility Management | Best Paper Award

Mr Simeneh Demissie | Fertility Management | Best Paper Award

Student at  Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia

Simeneh Demissie, a male Ethiopian national, is a dedicated expert in soil and water conservation, with a profound understanding of soil fertility, watershed management, and environmental science. His expertise spans across various domains including nutrient management, agriculture, and field experimentation.

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

👨‍🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Soil Science (ready for final defense) from Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia and Tottori University, Japan (2017-2024)
    • Thesis: “Impacts of biophysical land management practices on soil erosion and soil moisture in the upper Blue Nile basin, Ethiopia”
  • M.Sc. in Land Resources Management, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia (2013)
    • Thesis: “Evaluation of land use types and perception of farmers towards physical soil and water conservation structures in Wyebla watershed, Northwest Ethiopia”

🌍 Expertise:

  • Soil and water conservation
  • Soil fertility and plant analysis
  • Watershed management
  • Land use planning
  • Environmental science
  • Nutrient management
  • Agriculture
  • Field experimentation

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Simeneh Demissie’s research primarily focuses on soil and water conservation in various agro-ecological environments of Ethiopia. His work delves into understanding the effects of different land management practices on soil erosion, soil moisture, runoff, and soil nutrient dynamics. Through his studies, he investigates the efficacy of physical soil and water conservation structures, indigenous land management practices, and the impact of vegetation growth on soil properties. Demissie’s research contributes significantly to enhancing agricultural sustainability and improving land use planning strategies in Ethiopia, aiming to mitigate soil degradation and promote resilient agricultural systems.

Publications Top Notes:

  1. Examining Soil Nutrient Balances and Stocks Under Different Land Use and Management Practices in Contrasting Agroecological Environments
    • Mulualem, T., Adgo, E., Meshesha, D.T., Tiruneh, G.A., Berihun, M.L.
    • Soil Use and Management, 2024, 40(1), e13000
  2. The Paradox of Increased Runoff with Decreased Soil Loss with Growth of Acacia Decurrens Plantations in the Highlands of Ethiopia
    • Demissie, S., Meshesha, D.T., Adgo, E., Fekadu, G., Tilahun, K.
    • Ecohydrology and Hydrobiology, 2024, 24(1), pp. 73–86
  3. Spectrometry for Better Soil Fertility Management in Abbay River Basin
    • Tiruneh, G.A., Meshesha, D.T., Adgo, E., Tilahun, K., Reichert, J.M.
    • Agrosystems, Geosciences and Environment, 2023, 6(4), e20438
  4. Evaluating and Modeling Rainfall Kinetic Energy and Erosivity: A Case Study of a Humid Watershed in the Ethiopian Highlands
    • Tilahun, K., Meshesha, D.T., Adgo, E., Demissie, S., Wubet, A.
    • Modeling Earth Systems and Environment, 2023
  5. Seasonal and Diurnal Soil Respiration Dynamics Under Different Land Management Practices in the Sub-tropical Highland Agroecology of Ethiopia
    • Fekadu, G., Adgo, E., Meshesha, D.T., Mulualem, T., Demissie, S.
    • Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 2023, 195(1), 65

Tanvir Hossain | Agronomy | Best Researcher Award

Mr Md. Tanvir Hossain | Agronomy | Best Researcher Award

Associate Professor at  Khulna University, Bangladesh

Dr. Md. Tanvir Hossain is currently a PhD student in the Sociology Discipline at Khulna University, Bangladesh. He holds a Master of Social Science in Sociology, earned in 2012, and a Bachelor of Social Science (Honors) in Sociology, obtained in 2009, both from the same institution.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education 📚:

  • PhD (Sociology): Currently pursuing at Khulna University (2022 – )
  • Master of Social Science (Sociology): Khulna University (2010-2012)
  • Bachelor of Social Science (Honors) in Sociology: Khulna University (2005-2009)

Teaching Experiences 👨‍🏫:

  • Associate Professor (2018 – to date): Sociology Discipline, Khulna University
  • Assistant Professor (2013 – 2018): Sociology Discipline, Khulna University
  • Lecturer (2011 – 2013): Sociology Discipline, Khulna University

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

As an accomplished educator and a dedicated PhD student, Md. Tanvir Hossain has been actively contributing to the field of Sociology. His teaching journey at Khulna University spans from being a Lecturer to currently holding the position of Associate Professor. Tanvir’s academic pursuit includes a Master’s in Social Science and ongoing doctoral studies, emphasizing his commitment to advancing knowledge in the realm of Sociology. Connect with him for insights into sociology and social sciences.

Citations:

  • Citations: 731
  • Documents: 601
  • h-index: 9
Publications Top Notes:
  • Title: Nypa juice collection as an alternative income-generating activity: Does it make any difference between collectors and non-collectors among coastal communities of Bangladesh?
    • Authors: Hossain, M.T., Rahman, K.-S., Rahman, M.M., Jahan, N., Islam, M.N.
    • Journal: Trees, Forests and People (2024, 15, 100505)
  • Title: Nypa-based land uses and ecosystem services in the tropics: A review
    • Authors: Rahman, K.-S., Rahman, M.M., Dana, N.H., Debrot, A.O., Islam, M.N.
    • Journal: Ecological Indicators (2024, 159, 111613)
  • Title: Unraveling the effects of a rehabilitation program on the socioeconomic wellbeing of beggars and begging motivation: evidence from an urban area of Bangladesh
    • Authors: Islam, M.K., Nasrin, N., Naim, J., Islam, M.N., Hossain, M.T.
    • Journal: Humanities and Social Sciences Communications (2023, 10(1), 697)
  • Title: Households’ vulnerability assessment: empirical evidence from cyclone-prone area of Bangladesh
    • Authors: Rahman, M.M., Arif, M.S.I., Hossain, M.T., Al-Mutiry, M., Abdo, H.G.
    • Journal: Geoscience Letters (2023, 10(1), 26)
  • Title: Patterns, prevalence and risk factors of intimate partner violence and its association with mental health status during COVID-19: A cross-sectional study on early married female adolescents in Khulna district, Bangladesh
    • Authors: Nishat, J.F., Khan, U.S., Shovo, T.-E.-A., Rahman, M.M., Hossain, M.T.
    • Journal: BMJ Open (2023, 13(11), e072279)

 

Patrice Ngatsi Zemko | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

Dr Patrice Ngatsi Zemko | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

PostDoctorate at  University of Yaounde 1,  Cameroon

Patrice Ngatsi Zemko, Ph.D., is a dedicated researcher and educator specializing in Crop Protection and Entomology. His research activities primarily focus on “One Health,” emphasizing Integrated Pest Management (IPM) and alternative methods for crop diseases, such as plant extracts with pesticide potential, entomopathogenic fungi, and nematodes. Dr. Ngatsi Zemko is passionate about utilizing molecular techniques and mathematical models to address crop losses caused by pests and diseases while promoting environmentally friendly agricultural practices.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Educational Background:

  • 🎓 Ph.D. in Plant Biology, Biotechnology, Crop Protection/Entomology, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon (2020)
  • 🎓 M.Sc. in Plant Biology, Biotechnology, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon (2014)
  • 🎓 B.Sc. in Plant Biology, University of Yaoundé I, Cameroon (2011)

Research Area and Experience:

  • 🌾 Crop protection
  • 🦟 Entomology and Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
  • 🌿 Biopesticides/Pesticides management
  • 🍃 Plant disease epidemiology
  • 🌱 Insect-plants interaction, Pest and disease surveys, Field trials

Research Activity:

  • Theme: “One Health”
  • Expertise: Integrated Pest Management (IPM), crop diseases, alternative methods (plant extracts, entomopathogenic fungi, nematodes), plant defense mechanisms
  • Focus: Replace chemical control for health and environmental concerns, molecular techniques, mathematical models
  • Contribution: Building climate-smart agriculture for biodiversity conservation

 

👨‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Patrice NGATSI ZEMKO’s research revolves around sustainable agriculture, with a primary focus on crop protection and entomology. His work addresses the intricate balance between plant health, pest management, and environmental sustainability. Through extensive studies on cassava genotypes and the scale insect pest Stictococcus vayssierei, he explores innovative approaches for integrated pest management (IPM) and biopesticides. Additionally, his investigations into the phytochemical analysis of plant extracts demonstrate a commitment to alternative methods, promoting a healthier ecosystem. Dr. NGATSI ZEMKO’s diverse research contributions align with his dedication to One Health principles and the conservation of biodiversity in agriculture. 🌿🔬👨‍🔬

 

Publications Top Notes:
  1. “Response of Cassava Genotypes to Scale Insect Infestation”
    • Authors: Ngatsi, P.Z., Ndongo, B., Ambang, Z., … Manga, J.N., Djiéto-Lordon, C.
    • Journal: Current Research in Insect Science, 2024, 5, 100071
    • 🌿 Explores cassava genotypes’ reactions to the scale insect pest Stictococcus vayssierei for sustainable pest management.
  2. “Chemical Characterization and Insecticidal Effect of Moringa oleifera L. Seeds on Bean Weevil”
    • Authors: Songwe, T.A., Ndongo, B., Tueguem Kuate, N.W., … Zengin, G., Ambang, Z.
    • Journal: Natural Resources for Human Health, 2022, 2(2), 114–120
    • 🌱 Investigates Moringa oleifera seed extracts for their chemical composition and insecticidal impact on the common bean weevil.
  3. “Phenotypic Characterization of Phakopsora pachyrhizi Isolates in Cameroon”
    • Authors: Gbaporo, F.C.G., Ndogho, A.P., Dida, S.L.L., … Chedjou, C.B.W., Ambang, Z.
    • Journal: Pakistan Journal of Phytopathology, 2022, 34(1), 105–115
    • 🌾 Focuses on the phenotypic traits of Phakopsora pachyrhizi isolates, contributing to understanding soybean rust in Cameroon.
  4. “Crop Genotype and Stem Cutting Impact on Cassava Root Scale Infestation”
    • Authors: Ngatsi, P.Z., Ndongo, B., Kutnjem, D., Djieto-Lordon, C.
    • Journal: Phytoparasitica, 2020, 48(4), 629–641
    • 🌱 Investigates the influence of crop genotype and stem cutting on the infestation pressure of cassava root scale.

 

Michael Kinyua | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

Dr Michael Kinyua | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

Senior Research Associate at  International Centre for Tropical Agriculture, Kenya

Kinyua Michael Wanjohi, a Kenyan national, is a seasoned agronomist with a strong focus on gender- and youth-responsive agricultural solutions. He holds a Ph.D. in Agroforestry and Rural Development from Kenyatta University (2023) and a Master’s degree in the same field (2019). Additionally, Kinyua has a Bachelor’s degree in Geography and Environmental Studies from the University of Nairobi (2014).

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

  • PhD in Agroforestry and Rural Development, Kenyatta University (2020 – Dec 2023)
  • Master’s in Agroforestry and Rural Development, Kenyatta University (2015 – 2019)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi (2010 – 2014)

Work Experience:

  • Senior Research Associate in Agronomy at Alliance for Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (ABC) (2017 – present)
  • Leading various projects across Africa, including Sustainable Intensification in Mixed Farming Systems (SI-MFS) in Malawi, Excellency in Agronomy in Kenya, and Climate Smart Agriculture in Senegal and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
  • Led the development of ‘Mbili-Mbili’ technology to bridge legume yield gaps in Tanzania, now scaling in Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Ghana.
  • Coordinated John Deere mechanization project, assessing maize and beans monoculture systems.
  • Involved in Long-term trials on sustainable intensification in Central Kenya.
  • Contributed to testing crop yield and agronomic biofortification in a collaborative project in Kenya.
  • Consultant at International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) (2014 – 2015) – involved in data mining and building databases.

Achievements and Awards:

  • Developed ‘Mbili-Mbili’ cropping system innovation adopted in Tanzania and undergoing trials in Malawi, Zimbabwe, and Ghana.
  • Created a hands-on field manual for smallholder activities in Tanzania.
  • Developed Cropping Systems Assessment Sustainability Tool (CROSST) in 2019.
  • IITA graduate research fellow for PhD research in 2021.
  • Developed the first micronutrient database for assessing maize yield response in sub-Saharan Africa.

Personal Achievements:

  • Passionate about sustainable agriculture and empowering women and youth in farming communities.
  • Dedicated to bridging yield gaps, improving crop resilience, and promoting innovative farming solutions.

 

👨‍🔬 Research Focus:

Kinyua Michael Wanjohi’s research spans diverse agricultural domains, with a primary focus on sustainable farming systems and agronomic innovations. His work, as showcased in numerous publications, delves into the socio-economic aspects of novel technologies, such as Mbili-Mbili and Doubled-Up Legume, in Babati, Tanzania. In Northern Tanzania, he explores the agronomic and economic performance of legume-legume and cereal-legume intercropping systems. In the Central Highlands of Kenya, Kinyua investigates variations in plant nutrient allocation, physiological development patterns, and soil structural characteristics influenced by zero-tillage systems. His research integrates participatory action, social networks, and gender dynamics in soil fertility management, contributing significantly to the understanding of sustainable agriculture. 🌍🌾

 

Citations:
  • Citations: The individual has received 259 citations across 240 documents, suggesting that their work has been widely recognized and referenced by other researchers.
  • Documents: The person has produced 12 documents, such as research papers, articles, or other scholarly works.
  • h-index: The h-index is a metric that combines the number of publications and their citation impact. With an h-index of 4, it means that there are at least 4 publications that have each been cited at least 4 times.

 

Publications Top Notes:
  1. “Soil bacterial community is influenced by long-term integrated soil fertility management practices in a Ferralsol in Western Kenya”
    • Authors: Bolo, P., Mucheru-Muna, M., Mwirichia, R.K., Ayaga, G., Kihara, J.
    • Journal: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture and Environment, 2024, 3(1), e12090
  2. “Influence of Farmyard Manure Application on Potential Zinc Solubilizing Microbial Species Abundance in a Ferralsol of Western Kenya”
    • Authors: Bolo, P., Mucheru-Muna, M.W., Mwirichia, R.K., Ayaga, G., Kihara, J.
    • Journal: Agriculture (Switzerland), 2023, 13(12), 2217
  3. “The impact of participatory action research and endogenous integrated soil fertility management on farm-gate dietary outputs in northern Tanzania”
    • Authors: Mponela, P., Manda, J., Kinyua, M., Kihara, J.
    • Journal: Heliyon, 2023, 9(11), e21888
  4. “Maize grain yield and grain zinc concentration response to zinc fertilization: A meta-analysis”
    • Authors: Mutambu, D., Kihara, J., Mucheru-Muna, M., Bolo, P., Kinyua, M.
    • Journal: Heliyon, 2023, 9(5), e16040
  5. “Agronomic and economic performance of legume-legume and cereal-legume intercropping systems in Northern Tanzania”
    • Authors: Kinyua, M.W., Kihara, J., Bekunda, M., Fischer, G., Mucheru-Muna, M.W.
    • Journal: Agricultural Systems, 2023, 205, 103589

 

Prof Sanjib Pohit | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

Prof Sanjib Pohit | Crop Production | Best Researcher Award

Professor at NCAER, India

Sanjib Pohit is a renowned economist with a Ph.D. in Economics from the Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), New Delhi. Currently serving as a Professor at the National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) in New Delhi, India, he has held various significant positions in academia and research institutions.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

  • 🎓 Ph.D. in Economics, Indian Statistical Institute (ISI), N. Delhi, India (1993)
  • 🎓 M. Stat. (Quantitative Economics & Planning), ISI, Calcutta & N. Delhi (1985)
  • 🎓 B. Stat. (Honours), ISI, Calcutta (1983)

Professional Experience:

  • 🏆 Top 8% in India, Top 14% in Asia (RePEc data ranking)
  • 🌐 Featured in Who’s Who in the World list of 2020

Teaching Experience:

  • 📚 Taught courses on Trade and Technology, Indian Economy and Policy
  • 🎓 Guest Lecturer at IIM Lucknow-NOIDA

Professional Advisory and Achievements:

  • 📝 Managing Editor (-ex) of Margin – Journal of Applied Economic Research
  • 🌐 Member of Asian Council of Science Editors
  • 🎓 Selected for Gopal Krishna Gokhale Memorial Annual Prize for outstanding article (2021)
  • 🏆 Earhart scholarship for participating in the Richard Coase Institute’s Workshop (2001)

Administrative Experience:

  • 📚 Member of Library Committee and Intellectual Property Group at CSIR-NISTADS
  • 🏛 Member of Management Council and Knowledge Resource Committee at NCAER
  • 🌐 Organizer of various workshops and conferences on economic and statistical issues

Sanjib Pohit is a distinguished economist with expertise in international trade, institutional economics, and climate change. His extensive research contributions, leadership in various projects, and academic endeavors underscore his commitment to advancing economic knowledge. With a diverse background and a global perspective, Pohit continues to make significant contributions to the field of economics.

👨‍🔬 Research Focus:

Sanjib Pohit’s research primarily centers on enhancing economic relations and shaping policies for sustainable growth. His co-edited work, “India-Pakistan Trade: Strengthening Economic Relations,” reflects a commitment to fostering bilateral ties. Additionally, publications like “GHG Emissions and Economic Growth” underscore his focus on environmental sustainability. The “India Science & Technology” volumes, co-edited by Pohit, delve into the nation’s technological landscape. Collaborative efforts on trade perception surveys and analyses of futures market impacts showcase his keen interest in economic dynamics. Pohit’s work in investment policy, evident in publications like “Investment Policy in India,” highlights a broader commitment to shaping strategic economic agendas. 📈🌍

 

Citations:
  • 555 Citations: This represents the total number of times the person’s work has been cited by other researchers, indicating the impact and influence of their contributions.
  • 516 Documents: This likely refers to the total number of scholarly documents authored or co-authored by the individual.
  • 35 Documents: This could represent the number of documents that have been used or referenced in various research contexts.
  • 9 h-index: The h-index is a measure that considers both the number of publications and the number of citations. An h-index of 9 means that there are 9 documents that have each been cited at least 9 times.

 

Publications Top Notes:
  1. Measuring Export Related Port Logistics in India: An Attempt to Rank Major Ports
    • Authors: D. Mukhopadhyay, S. Pohit, D.B. Gupta
    • Journal: Foreign Trade Review, 2023, 58(3), pp. 401–411
  2. The Economic Implications of Air Pollution: A Case of Two Cities
    • Authors: S.R. Chowdhury, S. Pohit, R. Singh
    • Journal: Margin, 2023, 17(1-2), pp. 94–112
  3. Garnering the fiscal stimulus: A bargaining game
    • Authors: I. De, S. Pohit
    • Journal: Economic and Political Weekly, 2021, 56(3), pp. 16–19
  4. Recycling carbon tax for inclusive green growth: A CGE analysis of India
    • Authors: V.P. Ojha, S. Pohit, J. Ghosh
    • Journal: Energy Policy, 2020, 144, 111708
    • Citations: 64

 

Eduardo Pereira Cabral Gomes | Crop Production | Best Paper Award

Dr Eduardo Pereira Cabral Gomes | Crop Production | Best Paper Award

Pesquisador Científico at  Instituto de Pesquisas Ambientais, Brazil

Eduardo Pereira Cabral Gomes is a Brazilian ecologist born on February 9, 1962, in São Paulo. He holds a Ph.D. in Ecology from the University of São Paulo, obtained in 1998, with a focus on the dynamics of the arboreal component of a forest area in São Paulo. His academic journey also includes a Master’s degree in Ecology and a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences, both from the University of São Paulo.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

👨‍🎓 Education:

  • Ph.D. in Ecology, University of São Paulo, 1993-1998
  • M.Sc. in Ecology, University of São Paulo, 1988-1992
  • Specialization in Mathematics and Statistics, Federal University of Lavras, 2005-2007
  • B.Sc. in Biological Sciences, University of São Paulo, 1981-1984

Professional Experience:

  1. Instituto de Botânica – IBT
    • Position: Public Servant
    • Director of Reserva Biológica do Alto da Serra de Paranapiacaba
  2. SENAC – SENAC
    • Position: Adjunct Professor V
    • Research in Biodiversity and Conservation
  3. Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie – MACKENZIE
    • Position: Part-time Lecturer
    • Taught courses in Mathematics and Botany
  4. Universidade de Taubaté – UNITAU
    • Position: Collaborator
    • Accredited Professor in the Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Program
  5. Universidade São Judas Tadeu – USJT
    • Position: Collaborator
    • Taught courses in Terrestrial Ecology

👨‍🔬 Research Focus:

  • Ecological Plant Dynamics
  • Biodiversity and Conservation Management
  • Phytosociology and Population Dynamics

Citations:

  • Citations: The person has received a total of 204 citations across 193 documents. This indicates the impact and influence of their research within the academic community.
  • Documents: The individual has contributed to 19 documents. These could be research papers, articles, or other scholarly publications.
  • h-index: The h-index is a metric that reflects both the productivity and impact of a researcher’s work. In this case, the h-index is 8. This means that there are 8 papers that have each been cited at least 8 times.

 

Publications Top Notes:
  1. Title: Impacts of bamboo dominance and die-off on seedling dynamics in a tropical secondary forest (Brazil)
    • Authors: Grombone Guaratini, M.T., Gomes, E.P.C., Alves, L.F.
    • Journal: Austral Ecology, 2024, 49(1), e13479
  2. Title: Litter decomposition in a remnant of Atlantic Rain Forest and bamboo dominance
    • Authors: Vieira, M.S., Dos Santos, A.R., Lopes, M.I.M.S., Gomes, E.P.C.
    • Journal: Forest Systems, 2022, 31(3), e019
    • Citations: 1
  3. Title: Community structure of polypores (Basidiomycota) in a restored Brazilian Forest
    • Authors: Alcantara, A.A., Pires, R.M., Gomes, E.P.C., Barbosa, L.M., Gugliotta, A.M.
    • Journal: Lilloa, 2022, 59, pp. 409–426
  4. Title: The success of algae with luxury P uptake and mixotrophy in P-limiting periphyton within-reservoir spatial heterogeneity
    • Authors: Ferragut, C., dos Santos, T.R., Pellegrini, B.G., Souza, M.L., Gomes, E.P.C.
    • Journal: Hydrobiologia, 2022, 849(15), pp. 3435–3447
  5. Title: Ecological implications of twentieth-century reforestation programs for the urban forests of São Paulo, Brazil: a study based on litterfall and nutrient cycling
    • Authors: Ferreira, M.L., Barbosa, M.F., Gomes, E.P.C., de Camargo, P.B., Lafortezza, R.
    • Journal: Ecological Processes, 2021, 10(1), 27
  6. Title: Floral morphology and pollen viability of an endangered and endemic Bromeliaceae species from the Atlantic Forest
    • Authors: Santos, V.L.D., Nievola, C.C., Fidalgo, A.D.O., Gomes, E.P.C., da Luz, C.F.P.
    • Journal: Grana, 2021, 60(5), pp. 327–346

 

 

Gandura Abagandura | Soil health | Women Researcher Award

Dr Gandura Abagandura | Soil health | Women Researcher Award

Post-Doctoral Researcher at  University of Nebraska Lincoln, United States

Dr. Gandura Abagandura is a Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, specializing in sustainable agriculture, soil health, and greenhouse gas emissions. He earned his Ph.D. in Plant and Environmental Sciences from Clemson University in 2016, with a minor in Statistics. Prior to his current position, he worked as a Soil Scientist in Libya and held roles such as Arabic Tutor and Research Assistant at Clemson University.

 

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Education:

Ph.D., Clemson University, South Carolina, United States, 2016 Plant and Environmental Sciences 🌱 Minor in Statistics, Clemson University, South Carolina, United States, 2016
Mathematical Science 📊 Higher Diploma in English, Amal Institution, Libya, 2008 Linguistic Excellence 📚🇱🇾 M.S., Omar Almukter University, Libya, 2007 Department of Soil and Water Sciences 💧🌍 B.S., Omar Almukter University, Libya, 2004 Department of Soil and Water Sciences 🌱📈

Expertise:

 Sustainable Agriculture: Implementing practices like rotational grazing, no-till, cover crops, and integrating livestock to optimize environmental integrity 🌱🌾 Soil Health: Evaluating and enhancing soil health and microbial activity for resilient agricultural systems 💧🌱 Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Specialized in studying and mitigating CO2, CH4, and N2O emissions for sustainable environmental practices 🌍🔍 Carbon, Methane, and Nitrogen Cycles: Understanding and managing essential elements in the agricultural ecosystem 🔄🌾 Water Quality: Assessing and optimizing water quality in agricultural settings 💦🌾 Logistic Models: Utilizing mathematical models for predictive analysis and decision-making 📊🔍 Spatial Modeling: Employing spatial modeling techniques for effective land management 🗺️🌾 Experimental Design and Statistical Analysis: Applying robust methodologies for accurate research findings 📈🔬

Employment History:

2008-2010: Soil Scientist, Agricultural Research Center, Libya 🇱🇾 2013-2014: Arabic Tutor, Clemson University, South Carolina, United States, English Department 📚🗣️ 2015-2016: Research Assistant, Clemson University, South Carolina, United States, Plant and Environmental Sciences 🔬🌱 2017 (July)-2019 (December): Post-Doctoral Researcher, South Dakota State University, South Dakota, United States, Department of Agronomy, Horticulture & Plant Science 🌾🔍 2020 (January)-Present: Post-Doctoral Researcher, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Nebraska, United States, Department of Agronomy and Horticulture 🌽🔬

Research Skills:

Dr. Abagandura’s extensive skill set includes expertise in sustainable agriculture techniques, greenhouse gas flux measurements, soil and water sampling, and precision agriculture using GIS and UAVs. His proficiency in data analysis with JMP, SigmaPlot, and R Software reflects his commitment to producing robust research findings.

Research Focus:

Passionate about environmental issues, Dr. Abagandura’s research revolves around sustainable agriculture practices, soil health enhancement, and mitigating greenhouse gas emissions. His expertise spans a wide range of areas, including carbon cycles, water quality, and logistic models.

citations:

All-time Metrics (Since Start of Career):

  • Citations: 327
  • h-index: 12
  • i10-index: 14

Metrics Since 2019:

  • Citations: 322
  • h-index: 12
  • i10-index: 14

Dr. Gandura Abagandura’s impactful research has garnered 327 citations throughout their career, demonstrating a consistent scholarly influence. Since 2019, their work has been cited 322 times, reaffirming the sustained relevance and significance of their contributions to the scientific community. The h-index and i10-index, both standing at 12 and 14 respectively, reflect the depth and breadth of their scholarly impact. 📚🔍

 

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Motasem Saidan | Food Systems | Best Researcher Award

Prof Motasem Saidan | Food Systems | Best Researcher Award

 The University of Jordan, Jordan

Prof. Motasem Saidan is an accomplished environmental engineer, researcher, and former Minister of Water and Irrigation in Jordan. With a Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering and extensive postdoctoral experience, he has led various multidisciplinary teams and conducted research in areas such as waste to energy, solid waste management, water treatment, and environmental impact assessment.

 

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👨‍🎓 Education:

Post-Doc in Environmental and Chemical Engineering, Georgia Tech, GA, USA, 2006. PhD in Chemical Engineering, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany, 2005. MSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Jordan, 2001. BSc in Chemical Engineering, University of Jordan, 1998

🌟 Professional Achievements:

Former Minister of Water and Irrigation, Jordan (2020-2021). Led Water, Energy & Environment Center at the University of Jordan. Expert in Water-Energy-Environment nexus. Developed a mathematical model for COVID-19 predictions. Published in reputable journals and served on editorial boards. Certified International Waste Manager and Chartered Head of Specialist in Environmental Engineering

🏆 Awards and Recognitions:

Received numerous grants and contracts for research and national projects. Active member in various environmental and engineering societies

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

Prof. Motasem Saidan’s research focus spans a diverse range of environmental and public health issues. His work includes innovative studies on waste management, such as the pyrolysis of solid waste in refugee camps for bio-oil and char production. He has delved into the estimation of e-waste generation and disposal practices in Jordan, shedding light on residential behavior. Additionally, Prof. Saidan has contributed significantly to understanding the impact of strict state measures on the epidemiologic curve of COVID-19 in Jordan. His dedication to sustainable practices is evident in his research on wastewater reclamation in industries, emphasizing the importance of circular economy principles. 🌍🔬♻️

Citations:

Prof. Motasem Saidan has been cited 1,830 times since the beginning of his academic career, with 1,477 citations since 2019. His h-index, a measure of both productivity and citation impact, stands at 25 overall and 22 since 2019. Additionally, his i10-index, representing the number of publications with at least 10 citations, is 37 in total and 34 since 2019. These metrics reflect the significant impact and recognition of Prof. Saidan’s contributions to the field, highlighting the influence of his research in scholarly circles. 📚🔍👨‍🔬

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