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1.YuanTing Zhang(City University of Hong Kong ) 
Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering Journal

Prof.Yuan-Ting Zhang is currently the Chair Professor of Biomedical Engineering at City University of Hong Kong. He was the Sensing System Architect in Health  Technology at Apple Inc., California, USA in 2015. He was the founding Director of the Key Lab for Health Informatics of Chinese Academy Sciences (2007-2018). Professor Zhang dedicated his service to the  Chinese University of Hong Kong from 1994 to 2015 in the Department of Electronic  Engineering, where he served as the first Head of the Division of Biomedical Engineering and the founding Director of the Joint Research Center for Biomedical Engineering. Prof. Zhang was the Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine. He served as Vice Preside of IEEE EMBS, Technical Program Chair of EMBC’98, and Conference Chair of EMBC’05.Prof. Zhang is currently the Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering, Chair of 2018 Gordon Research Conference on Advanced Health Informatics, Chair of the Working Group for the development of IEEE 1708 Standard on Wearable Cuffless Blood Pressure Measuring Devices, and Chair of 2016-2018 IEEE Award Committee in Biomedical Engineering.Prof. Zhang's research interests include cardiovascular health informatics, unobtrusive sensing and wearable devices, neural muscular modeling and pHealth technologies. He was selected on the 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 lists of China’s Most Cited Researchers by Elsevier. He won a number of international awards including IEEE-EMBS best journal paper awards, IEEE-EMBS Outstanding Service Award, IEEE-SA 2014 Emerging Technology Award. Prof. Zhang is elected to be IAMBE Fellow, IEEE Fellow and AIMBE Fellow for his contributions to the development of wearable and m-Health technologies.

2.Rong Fan (Yale University)

Professor Rong Fan received his Ph.D. in Chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley in 2006 where his research in Prof. Peidong Yang's group was focused on single nanotube nanofluidics. After completing his doctorate he joined the Nano-Systems Biology Cancer Center at Caltech working in Prof. James Heath's laboratory where he developed an integrated bar code chip that allows highly multiplexed plasma protein measurement form a finger-prick of blood. He is the recipient of numerous awards including the National Cancer Institute’s Howard Temin Career Transition Award (K99/R00), the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s GCE award, the NSF CAREER Award, and the Packard Fellowship for Science and Engineering.

3.Jianping Fu (University of Michigan, Ann Arbor)

Professor Jianping Fu has a primary appointment in the Mechanical Engineering Department and courtesy appointments in the Biomedical Engineering Department and the Cell and Developmental Biology Department. He also serves as the Associate Director for the Michigan Center for Integrative Research in Critical Care (MCIRCC).  Dr. Fu’s group integrates micro/nanoengineering tools and systems and synthetic biology methods with new discoveries of mechanobiology, epigenetics, and stem cell biology for advancing understanding of human development and cancer biology.  Dr. Fu is the recipient of the American Heart Association Scientist Development Award (2012), the National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2012), the Mechanical Engineering Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award (2014), the Robert M.Caddell Memorial Award for Research (2014), the Ted Kennedy Family Team Excellence Award (2015), the Rising Star Award from the Biomedical Engineering Society - Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering (2016), and the George J. Huebner, Jr. Research Excellence Award, Univ. Michigan (2018).  Dr. Fu's research group is currently supported by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the American Heart Association, and some other foundations and agencies.

4.Jongyoon Han (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Professor Jongyoon Han is the principal investigator of Micro/Nanofluidic BioMEMS Group in the Research Laboratory of Electronics (RLE) at MIT. He received a B.S. and a M.S. degree from the Department of Physics of Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea. Han received his PhD from the School of Applied and Engineering Physics at Cornell University. Professor Han also worked as a research scientist at Sandia National Laboratories where he studied protein microfluidic separation systems. He was the recipient of 2003 National Science Foundation (NSF) – Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award, and 2009 Analytical Chemistry Young Innovator Award from American Chemical Society. Professor Han’s current research interests revolve around the application of micro and nanofabrication technology to a wide range of applications, including the molecular separation and concentration, biosensing, cell manipulation and separation, neuroscience and technology, and even desalination.

Dongqing Li (University of Waterloo)
Dr. Dongqing Li is a professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Dr. LiDr. Dongqing Li is a professor at the University of Waterloo, Canada. Dr. LiProfessor Dongqing Li obtained his Ph.D. degree at the University of Toronto in 1991. His research is in the areas of electrokinetic microfluidics, nanofluidics and lab-on-a-chip technology. Dr. Li founded an international journal -- Microfluidics and Nanofluidics, and served as the Editor-in-Chief from 2004 to 2012. He was also edited the Encyclopedia of Microfluidics and Nanofluidics. Dr. Li was the Canada Research Chair in Microfluidics and Nanofluidics from 2008 to 2013. He was also awarded with McCalla Professorship for research excellence at University of Alberta and worked as H. Fort Flowers Chair Professor at Vanderbilt University. Professor Li has published over 300 papers in international journals, more than 100 papers in conference proceedings, 31 book chapters and 3 books. 

6.Nam-Trung Nguyen (Griffith University)
Editor-in-Chief for Micromachines Journal

Professor Nam-Trung Nguyen received his Dip-Ing, Dr Ing and Dr Ing Habil degrees from Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany, in 1993, 1997 and 2004, respectively. He contributed to the development of the MEMS-based fuel injection systems as well as sensing systems for pressure and mass flow rate.Prof Nguyen is the First Runner Up of Inaugural ProSPER.Net-copus Young Scientist Awards in Sustainable Development in 2009 and the Runner Up of ASAIHL-Scopus Young Scientist Awards in 2008. He is a Fellow of ASME and a Member of IEEE. He published over 300 journal papers and filed 8 patents, of which 3 were granted. Among the books he has written, the first and second editions of the bestseller “Fundamentals and Applications of Microfluidics”were published in 2002 and 2006, respectively. The second edition of the bestselling book “Micromixer” was acquired and published by Elsevier in 2011. 

7.Zuankai Wang (City University of Hong Kong)

Professor Zuankai Wang is currently in the Department of Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering at the City University of Hong Kong. His research interests include microfluidics for global health, nanomaterials, biomimetics and nanoscale transport phenomena. Dr. Wang won the 2016 Outstanding Youth Award presented by the International Society of Bionic Engineering, 2016 OSA Young Scientist Award, Best Paper Award in International Symposium on Optofluidics (2012 and 2013), the prestigious Materials Research Society (MRS) Graduate Student Silver Award (2007 Fall Meeting) and the Chinese Government Outstanding Self-Financed Students Abroad Award (2007).

8.Yonggang Wen(Nanyang Technological University)

Professor Yonggang Wen is the Director of Innovation Lab with School of Computer Science and Engineering at Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. He also serves as the Acting Director of Nanyang Technopreneurship Centre at NTU. He received his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, USA, in 2007.Previously he has worked in Cisco to lead product development in content delivery network. Dr. Wen has worked extensively in learning-based system prototyping and performance optimization for large-scale networked computer systems. His research work has received 2013 ASEAN ICT Awards (Gold Medal),2016 ASEAN ICT Awards (Gold Medal), 2015 Datacentre Dynamics Awards 2015 – APAC,2015 IEEE Multimedia Best Paper Award, 2016 IEEE Globecom Best Paper Award, and 2016 IEEE ComSoc MMTC Distinguished Leadership Award. He serves on the editorial boards for many IEEE journals and was elected as the Chair for IEEE ComSoc Multimedia Communication Technical Committee (2014-2016). His research interests include cloud computing, green data center, distributed machine learning, big data analytics, multimedia network and mobile computing.

9.Leslie Yeo (RMIT University)

Editor-in-Chief for Biomicrofluidics Journal

Professor Leslie Yeo is an Australian Research Council Future Fellow at RMIT University, prior to which he held the positions of Lecturer, Senior Lecturer, Associate Professor and Australian Research Fellow in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering at Monash University from 2005 to 2011. This follows a postdoctoral stint at University of Notre Dame in 2003/4 and industrial experience as a Mathematical Modeller at Det Norske Veritas in 2002/3. Leslie completed his MEng and PhD degrees in Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London in 1998 and 2002, respectively. Leslie has received the Dudley Newitt prize, 2007 Young Tall Poppy Science Award and both the 2009 Dean’s and Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence in Early Career Research. Leslie is co-author of the book Electrokinetically Driven Microfluidics and Nanofluidics published by Cambridge University Press and currently serves as the Editor of the American Institute of Physics journal Biomicrofluidics as well as on the editorial boards of Scientific Reports and Interfacial Phenomena & Heat Transfer. His current research interests are in acoustically and electrokinetically driven microfluidics for engineering and biological applications such as drug delivery and nanomedicine, point-of-care diagnostics, tissue engineering and biosensor technology. 

10. Xingyu Jiang (National Center for NanoScience and Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences)

Xingyu Jiang is a Professor at the National Center for NanoScience and Technology and the University of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He obtained his BS at the University of Chicago (1999) and PhD at Harvard University (with Prof. George Whitesides, 2004). He started in the NCNST in 2005 and has remained there since. His research interests include surface chemistry, microfluidics and nanoparticles. He was awarded the “Hundred Talents Plan” of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the National Science Foundation of China’s Distinguished Young Scholars Award, the Scopus Young Researcher Gold Award, the Human Frontier Science Program Young Instigator Award. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry, an associate editor of Nanoscale (Royal Society of Chemistry, UK).