1. Dr. Md. Khalid Hossain (Bangladesh)

Dr. M. Khalid Hossain has been working in the area of nanostructured materials, chemistry and physics of ceramics materials, and thin-film technology for over 15 years. He received his B.Sc. (2008) and M.Sc. degrees from Islamic University, Bangladesh in Applied Physics. He obtained his Ph.D. for the fundamental study of hydrogen isotopes behaviors in rare-earth oxides and perovskite proton conducting oxides in 2021 from Kyushu University, Japan. He is currently affiliated as a Senior Research Scientist in the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission. His current research work focuses on the preparation and characterization of nanostructured materials and nanoparticles, ceramics, energy materials, solar cells, and composites for various applications. Dr. Hossain has published more than 150 research papers in peer-reviewed SCI(E) journals, books, and technical conference proceedings relevant to materials science and engineering. He also reviewed a significant number of articles from reputed peer-reviewed journals in his discipline. Dr. Hossain is a Member of the ACerS, RSC, and ACS; and a Life Member of the BPS, and BES among others. He is also a member of the Bangladesh Atomic Energy Scientist Association. (Link: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-4595-6367)

2. Dr. Aneeqa Sabah (Pakistan)

3. Dr. Daniel Yousaf (Pakistan)

Dr. Daniel Yousaf serving as Associate Professor of Physics in the Department of Physics at Govt. Islamia College Civil Lines Lahore. He is also serving as BS Coordinator cum Registrar of BS program. He completed his M.Sc from Univesity of Punjab and PhD from GC University Lahore. He is also serving as Advisor of Physis Society. He is serving as a Convener of Minority committee. He has published 12 international publictions in his credit. He is serving as Head Examiner in the Lahore board. He has also served as Evaluator of 7 M.Phil thesis of different public and private univerities.

4. Dr. Najm ul Aarifeen (Pakistan)

5. Dr. Jamil Alvi (Pakistan)