Editorial Board Members

Editor-in-Chief / Editors
Dr. Nikolai Perov

Magnetism department, Faculty of Physics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia
Prof. Dr. Nikolai Perov currently works at the Department of Magnetism, Lomonosov Moscow State University. Dr. Nikolai Perov does research in Condensed Matter Physics, Experimental Physics and Materials Physics.
Specialization: Magnetism and magnetic materials
Email: perov@magn.ru
Dr. Jingsheng CHEN

Department of Materials Science and Engineering,National University of Singapore
Dr Jingsheng Chen is an Associate Professor in Department of Materials Science and Engineering. He obtained his Ph.D degree in 1999 in Lanzhou University, China and joined NUS in December 2007. During 2001-2007 he worked at the Data Storage Institute as a research scientist. He has authored/co-authored more than 240 refereed journal papers, 3 book chapters, holds over ten patents and has made more than 30 invited presentation in the international conferences. His research work has obtained more than 3000 non- self-citations with H index of 27. His research interest includes: Nanostructured magnetic materials for information storage and spintronics. Magnetic memories with low power consumption. Magnetic and electric transport of strong correlation functional oxide films and heterostructures;
Research Area:Spintronics (SOT, FMR, TMR), hard magnetic materials
Email: msecj@nus.edu.sg
Dr. Selcuk Atalay

Department of Physics, Inonu University, Turkey.
Dr. Selcuk Atalay was born in Turkey in 1964. He got his PhD in magnetoelastic properties of amorphous wires in 1992 from Bath University, United Kingdom. His interests are oriented to magnetocaloric materials, amorphous ferromagnetic wires and ribbons. His research interests also focus on magnetic measurements and magnetic sensors, especially magnetoimpedance and magnetoelastic effects. He has (co-)authored over 100 peer-reviewed papers in magnetism. At present, he is a professor at Physics Department, Inonu University, Turkey.
Email: selcuk.atalay@inonu.edu.tr
Dr. MASROUR Rachid

Industrial Engineering, Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco
Prof. Rachid Masrour, from Morocco, is a Professor in the National School of Applied Sciences at the University of Cadi Ayyad, Safi, Morocco where he has been a faculty member since April 2011. Dr. Rachid Masrour completed his Ph.D. in March 2006 at University of Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdellah, Fez, Morocco. His research interests lie in the area of Magnetism of materials and Condensed Matter Physics. He has published many research papers in different international journal.
Research Area: Condensed matter, Magnetism, Material Science
Email: rachidmasrour@hotmail.com
Dr. Ke Wang

Lab for Information Storage and Film Technology, Huaqiao University, China
Prof. Ke Wang obtained his BS in magnetic physics and devices and Ph.D in microelectronics and solid state electronics from HUST. He had been working in the UK as research fellow for several years. Before that, he received Alexander von Humboldt (AvH) research award to carry out his work in RWTH-Aachen. Currently, he is holding a ‘Minjiang Scholar’ distinguished professorship and directing the Lab for Information Storage and Film Technology at Huaqiao University. His expertise lies in growth and characterisation of magnetic films and multilayers. Prof. Wang has been serving as an Editorial Board Member for several scientific journals. He has published more than 70 peer reviewed papers and holds several patents.
Research Area: Magnetic films, magnetically hard/soft multilayers
Email: K.Wang@hqu.edu.cn
Dr. Piotr Gębara

Institute of Physics, Częstochowa University of Technology,Częstochowa, Poland
Research interests are:
1) Magnetocaloric materials: La(Fe,Si)13 alloys, Heussler
alloys, amorphous and nanocrystalline Fe-based alloys
2) Permanent magnets: Nd-Fe-B, ferrites
3) Obtaining materials (arc-melting, melt-spinning and others) 4) Vibrating sample magnetometry
5) X-ray diffraction, Rietveld analysis
6) Mössbauer spectroscopy
7) Optical and electron microscopy (SEM, TEM)
Email: pgebara@wip.pcz.p
Dr. Wahyu Widanarto

Department of Physics, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Indonesia
Dr. Wahyu Widanarto accomplished his Doctoral Program in 2007 at Institute fuer Physik, Universitaet der Bundeswehr, Muenchen - Germany with a scholarship from The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). His research focuses on the field of material physics and advanced materials including smart materials, glass and glass-ceramics, magnetic materials. At present, he is a professor in material physics at Physics Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Science, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman, Indonesia.
Research Area: Material physics, magnetic materials, glass and glass-ceramics
Email: wahyu.widanarto@unsoed.ac.id
Dr. Muhammad Naeem Ashiq

Institute of Chemical Sciences, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan
Dr. Muhammad Naeem Ashiq is a Associate Professor (Physical Chemistry) in Institute of Chemical Sciences, Multan, Pakistan.His main interests are:Nanomaterials (oxides materials, Ferrites, Aluminates, Manganates), Nano-alloysand Nano-composites, Electrical, Magnetic and microwave properties of various NanomaterialsSurface Chemistry (Removal of hazardous materials form aqueous media, development of new adsorbents)
Email: naeemashiqqau@yahoo.com
Ms. Amodini Mishra

School of Physical Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India
Ms. Amodini Mishra did undergraduate and postgraduate in Physics from C.S.J.M University Kanpur and M. Phil. from Dr. B.R.A University Agra India. After that She has been fulfilled a research experience from DRDO project and work carried out at IIT Kharagpur. Currently she is a Ph.D. candidate in School of Physical Sciences at Jawaharlal Nehru University, India. She research interested in modification of two dimensional magnetic nanocomposites by swift heavy, low or high energy ion beam, synthesis of embedded semiconductor nanostructures by ion beam and synthesis or application of metal nanocluster as chemical and bio sensor. She published good research papers in referred SCI journals in the above mentioned research area and attended 30 international/national conferences for the same.
Research Area:2D materials, Magnetic nanocomposite and swift heavy ion (SHI) irradiation.
Email: amodiniphysics@gmail.com, amodin14_sps@mail.jnu.ac in
Mr. Sudip Pandey

Department of Physics, Southern Illinois University, USA
Mr.Sudip Pandey is a Ph.D. Candidate in Applied Physics at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, USA. He has been involved in several key projects funded by DOE and Research corporations, and has produced very interesting and original results that benefit both academia and industries that use magnetic materials. He has concentrated his efforts on the synthesis and characterization of novel magnetic materials in bulk, ribbons and thin films for potential future applications in magnetic cooling and spintronics. He has published more than 30 peer-reviewed articles in different reputed journals and presented in more than 50 national and international conferences. Sudip’s has received numerous awards and fellowships for his outstanding research such as: Outstanding Thesis Award, Doctoral fellowships, Aldo Migone Graduate Scholarship, Willis Swartz Award, and GPSC Research Award.
Research Area: Materials Science