Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko (Physics/Science)

Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko is an Indonesian scientist and public official specializing in theoretical and particle physics. Dr. Laksana Tri Handoko has become the Chairman of Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) after being inaugurated by the Minister of Research, Technology and Higher Education of Indonesia on May 31, 2018.

Prof. Chen-Chung Liu (Computer Science, Science, Math Edu)

Chen Chung Liu is a chair professor of the Graduate Institute of Network Learning Technology at National Central University in Taiwan. His research focused on the investigation of collaborative learning processes in both online and classroom setting.

Dr. Rupa Vuthaluru (Mathematics)

Dr. Rupa Vuthaluru is Data and Learning Analyst from Curtin University. Vuthaluru’s research focuses on mathematical modelling, simulations, 3D Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) modelling, designing undergraduate and postgraduate higher education curriculum courses including integration of Virtual Reality (VR) and Remote Laboratories (RL) technologies.

Prof. Hesham El Enshasy (Chemistry)

Prof. Hesham El Sashi is currently a Professor at the Institute of Bioproduct Development (IBD) in the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. He established different research and industrial platforms for the production of biopharmaceutically important compounds using microbial and non-microbial cells. He also organized different training courses on operation and maintenance of biotechnology equipment both for upstream and downstream applications.



Prof. Raymond L. Chambers (Statistics)

Prof. Raymond L. Chamber is a professor at University of Wollongong in Australia. His research focuses on statistics. He is active as an associate editor for Journal of Official Statistics, Journal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A) and The Annals of Statistics.

A. Prof. Wanty Widjaja (Mathematics Education)

Wanty Widjaja is an associate professor in mathematics education and a course director in Bachelor of Education Primary at Deakin University, Australia. She teaches curriculum studies modules. Her researches are focused on problem-solving lessons in Mathematics Education for primary teacher and student.

Dr. Avinash Sharma (Biology)

Dr Avinash Sharma’s research is focused on the cultivation of tough to culture microorganisms to tap their potential for the discovery of new generation antibiotics. Sharma’s other primary research interest is to explore the microbial diversity especially archaeal and bacterial communities from the extreme environment like coal mines, hot springs, Polar regions (Antarctica and Arctic), oceans and saline lakes. He is using modern molecular approaches in microbial genomics for the detail investigation of their functionality under the different environmental scenario.