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Professor Dae-Eun Kim
School of Mechanical Engineering,Yonsei University

Yonsei University; Sept. 1993 – Current
Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, School of Mechanical Engineering
UCLA (Los Angeles, CA, USA); March 2007 – Feb. 2008
Visiting Scholar, Dept. of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Aug. 2000 – Dec. 2000
Visiting Associate Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Ohio State University; Sept. 1991 - July 1993
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering
Editor, International Journal of Precision Engineering and Manufacturing
Associate Editor, ASME Journal of Tribology
Editorial Board, Tribology Letters
Editorial Board, Advances in Tribology
Editorial Board, Friction

Senior Professor and Head, Bibhuti Bhusan Biswal
Department of Industrial Design
National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Orissa

Joined as lecturer in Mechanical Engineering in University College of Engineering, Burla in May, 1986, promoted to the post of Senior Lecturer in May 1992 and subsequently to the post of Reader in Mechanical Engineering in April, 1997. Joined as Professor at National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, Orissa, India in April 2004. Worked in the field of conventional production engineering, discretization methods in analysis of production processes. Had some initial training in CNC machine tools (part programming and operation). Extensively worked in the areas of CAD/CAM, Robotics and Computer Integrated Manufacturing. Undergone extensive and specialised training on operation and control of Robots at BARC, Trombay. Undergone training on modeling and simulation of robots, robotic workcells and factory floors at DENEB, Bangalore.

Professor S. T. Nakagawa
Graduate School of Science, Okayama Univ. of Science, Japan

S. T. Nakagawa, a radiation physicist received Ph D in 1989 from Osaka-city University. She has been working at Okayama University of Science after graduating from Okayama University. From 1990 to 1991, she worked with Prof. J. P. Biersack in Harn-Meitner-Institute in Berlin on the issue of the electronic stopping during the course of ion beam implantation by means of computer simulation. Since then she has investigated the interaction between an ion beam and matter using the molecular dynamics. From 1997 she started collaboration with Prof. G. Betz of the Wien Technical University in Austria and from 2000 she started collaboration with Prof. H. J Whitlow of the IMA in Switzerland, and also she has been helped by many good physicists. She has been on several committees for the international conferences (COSIRES, IISC, IBMM, SMMIB, HRDP, ICACS,ICMDME,ICACME), that of Japan Society for the promotion of Science, and that of the Institute of Electronic Engineers of Japan. She has published over 60 refereed papers, and five booklets from international publishers. Those works contain unique ideas of the breakthrough for the computer simulation. Her present concern is how to describe the immediate interactions of cluster or highly-charged ion beam with materials and how to describe the lasting interactions of irradiation onto the materials.