Xiangyang  Yu | Agricultural Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Prof Dr  Xiangyang  Yu | Agricultural Sciences | Best Researcher Award

Institue Leader at  Institute of Food Saftey and Nutrition, Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences, China

Dr. Xiangyang Yu is a distinguished researcher and professor with expertise in pesticide eco- and bio-toxicology. He currently serves as the group leader at the Lab of Pesticide Eco- and Bio-Toxicology within the Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition at the Jiangsu Academy of Agricultural Sciences. Additionally, he holds positions as an Affiliate Professor and Graduate Supervisor at Jiangsu University, Guangxi University, and Nanjing Agricultural University.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education 🎓:

  • Ph.D. in Pesticide Science, Northwest Sci-Tech University of Agriculture & Forestry, China (2007)
  • M.S. in Agro-Entomology and Insect Pest Management, Northwest Agricultural University, China (1997)
  • B.S. in Plant Protection, Northwest Agricultural University, China (1994)

Professional Experience 💼🌐:

  • Professor at JAAS (2010-present)
  • Visiting Scientist at Michigan State University, USA (2010-2011)
  • Affiliate Program Manager, National Natural Science Foundation of China (2012-2015)
  • Visiting Scientist at CSIRO Land and Water, Adelaide laboratory (2005, 2006)
  • Research fellow at JAAS (1997-2005)

Professional Recognition 🏆🎖:

  • First prize of National Harvest Award for Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries (2022)
  • Second prize of Jiangsu provincial Sci-Tech Award (2021, 2006)
  • First prize of Jiangsu provincial Agricultural Technology Extension Award (2020)
  • Third prize of Jiangsu provincial Sci-Tech Award (2014)
  • Jiangsu provincial 333 High-level Talents
  • Awarded Crawford Fund of Australia
  • Outstanding academic backbone of JAAS

Memberships 🤝📚:

  • Vice Executive Member of the Youth Committee of China Society of Plant Protection
  • Member of China Society of Entomology Toxicology
  • Member of China Society of Entomology
  • Member of China Innovation Team of Risk Assessment for Food and Oil Products

Dr. Xiangyang Yu’s impactful research focuses on the eco-toxicology of pesticides, contributing significantly to the field and earning him several prestigious awards and recognitions.

👩‍🔬 Research Focus:

Dr. Xiangyang Yu’s research focuses on understanding the environmental fate of pesticides and contaminants, particularly in rice plants. His work investigates the uptake kinetics and subcellular distribution of pesticides in rice, shedding light on the potential ecological risks. In addition, his studies delve into the interaction between microplastics and pyrene in rice seedlings. Dr. Yu also contributes to the field of bioremediation, isolating and characterizing strains like Pseudomonas sp. F1 for efficient pesticide degradation in soil-vegetable systems. His multiomics analysis in peach gum reveals insights into plant defense responses against pathogenic fungi. Overall, Dr. Yu’s diverse research enhances our understanding of pesticide behavior in the environment. 🌿🔍

Citations:

  • Total Citations: 3,480
  • Total Documents: 3,092
  • h-index: 98

 

Publications Top Notes:

  1. Title: A slow-release fertilizer containing cyhalofop-butyl reduces N2O emissions by slowly releasing nitrogen and down-regulating the relative abundance of nirK
    • Authors: Zhang, Z., Chen, G., Yu, X., … Ma, H., Wang, J.
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment, 2024, 906, 167493
  2. Title: Foliar Spraying of Chlorpyrifos Triggers Plant Production of Linolenic Acid Recruiting Rhizosphere Bacterial Sphingomonas sp.
    • Authors: Li, Y., Feng, F., Mu, Q., … Liu, C., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Environmental Science and Technology, 2023, 57(45), pp. 17312–17323
  3. Title: The potential role of subseafloor fungi in driving the biogeochemical cycle of nitrogen under anaerobic conditions
    • Authors: Jiang, J.-P., Leng, S., Liao, Y.-F., … Yu, X.-Y., Liu, C.-H.
    • Journal: Science of the Total Environment, 2023, 897, 165374
  4. Title: Insight into the effect of microplastics on the adsorption and degradation behavior of thiamethoxam in agricultural soils
    • Authors: Hu, M., Huang, L., Wang, Y., Tan, H., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Chemosphere, 2023, 337, 139262
  5. Title: Functional characterization of rice (Oryza sativa) thioredoxins for detoxification and degradation of atrazine
    • Authors: Ya Ma, L., Lu, Y., Cheng, J., … Li, M., Yu, X.
    • Journal: Gene, 2023, 877, 147540

Jiaxun Xin | Crop Production | Best Scholar Award

Mr Jiaxun Xin | Crop Production | Best Scholar Award

Undergraduate student at  Minzu University of China

Jiaxun Xin, a 22-year-old male from Minzu University of China, is an undergraduate student specializing in Landscape Ecology and Sustainable Crop Production. Under the mentorship of landscape ecologist Yu Peng, he has devoted two years to researching macro ecology using remote sensing, big data, and machine learning. Currently pursuing his studies, Jiaxun has authored six SCI papers, including a significant contribution as the first author to the paper titled “Both class- and landscape-level patterns influence crop yield,” published in the European Journal of Agronomy.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Academic Journey:

Jiaxun embarked on his research journey in the second semester of his sophomore year, delving into macro ecology using cutting-edge technologies like remote sensing, big data, and machine learning.

🌾 Expertise:

Jiaxun’s expertise lies in evaluating the intricate relationship between landscape metrics, climate variables, and crop yields for maize, rice, and wheat in China. His findings suggest that shaping both class- and landscape-level patterns can be instrumental in enhancing crop yield, providing valuable insights for global food security.

🏆 Awards and Recognition:

Jiaxun Xin has been recognized as a Young Scientist, reflecting his dedication and contributions to the field of ecology.

Research Focus:

Jiaxun Xin’s research endeavors predominantly center around the intricate interplay of landscape patterns and their profound impact on crop yield and plant diversity. His work spans diverse categories, including:

  1. Landscape Ecology 🏞️: Jiaxun explores the effects of landscape patterns on plant species diversity globally, shedding light on the dynamic relationships that shape ecosystems.
  2. Crop Yield and Climate Change 🌾🌍: With a keen focus on sustainable crop production, he delves into understanding how both class- and landscape-level patterns influence crop yield, offering crucial insights in the face of climate change challenges.
  3. Spatial Dynamics in Plant Communities 🌐🌿: Jiaxun investigates the global patterns and drivers of spatial autocorrelation in plant communities within protected areas, contributing to our understanding of biodiversity conservation.
  4. Functional Traits and Climate Factors 🍃🌧️: His work extends to linking leaf functional traits with soil and climate factors in forest ecosystems, providing valuable knowledge for ecosystem management.

Jiaxun Xin’s diverse research categories showcase his commitment to addressing complex ecological challenges, making significant contributions to the fields of landscape ecology, crop yield sustainability, and biodiversity conservation.

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Ivelina Nikolova | Crop Production

Prof Dr Ivelina Nikolova: Leading Research in Crop Production
scientist at  Institute of Forage Crops, Bulgaria

🌱🔬Ivelina Nikolova is a distinguished professor with a Ph.D. in Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, specializing in Plant Protection (Entomology). Born on May 26, 1973, in Rousse, Bulgaria, she has a rich academic career, starting with her master’s degree from Agricultural University, Plovdiv, in 1996.With over 21 years of scientific experience, Professor Nikolova has made significant contributions to the understanding of entomofauna in forage crops, insect pest activity, tolerance/resistance, and organic insecticides. Her major achievements include research on species composition, population dynamics, and economic importance of insect pests in leguminous forage crops.🌍🌾

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

📚 Education:

Agricultural University, Plovdiv (1991–1996) Speciality: Plant protection and agroecology Qualification degree: Master

🎓 Academic Career:

  • Professor (2016 – Present)
  • Assos. Professor (2012)
  • Academic Research Degree “Doctor” (2007)
  • Assistant Professor (2010)
  • Researcher I, II, III degree (2006, 2003, 2001)

🏆 Major Achievements:

  • Explored insect pests in forage crops
  • Developed environmentally friendly pest management
  • Studied the impact of forage crop management on entomofauna
  • Analyzed chemical composition and nutritional value of forage

🌍 International Experience:

Staff Mobility for Teaching in North Macedonia (2022), Czech Republic (2017), Latvia (2016). Specialization in Ukraine (2008)

👩‍🏫 Academic Leadership:

Head of three research projects. Participation in over twenty research projects. Director of the Institute of Forage Crops, Pleven (Feb 2021 – Present)

🌐 Membership and Positions:

Member of Scientific Organizations Editorial board member of International Journal of Agriculture Science and Food Technology Head of Department and Member of the Board of Directors at IFC-Pleven.

🌱 Research Focus:

Dr. Ivelina Nikolova’s research stands at the forefront of entomological exploration, with a keen focus on sustainable agriculture and pest management. Her pioneering work delves into the markers of resistance against the pea aphid, Acyrthosiphon pisum Harris, within Pisum sativum L. accessions. Additionally, she examines the intricate relationship between biopesticides, the spotted alfalfa aphid (Therioaphis trifolii Monell), and its predator, Coccinella septempunctata L.Furthermore, Dr. Nikolova explores the impact of natural products on Acyrthosiphon pisum density in Pisum sativum L., emphasizing the dual benefits of pest control and enhanced forage quality. Her work reflects a commitment to understanding and promoting ecological balance in agricultural ecosystems. 🐜🌿

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