Prof. Xingbo Wang
Foshan University, China
Dr. & Prof. Xingbo Wang got his Master and Doctor’s degrees at National University of Defense Technology (NUDT) of China. Since 1994, he had worked at NUDT on CAD/CAM/CNC technologies till 2010. Since 2010, he has been a professor in Foshan University with research interests in intelligent manufacturing system and computer applications. Prof. Wang is now in charge of Guangdong Engineering Center of Information Security for Intelligent Manufacturing System, where a lot of cryptography problems have to be dealt with the elementary number theory. He then set up a new method to study odd integers by means of perfect full binary tree and derived out many new properties of the odd integers, including genetic property that makes it easier to factorize an odd integer. Now Prof. Wang is devoting himself to developing a fast algorithm to integer factorization and intending to solve the hard problem of integer factorization.
Dr. Gaurang Patkar
Don Bosco College of Engineering, India
Dr. Gaurang Patkar is the Head of the Computer Engineering Department at Don Bosco College of Engineering, Goa - India. He has a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Computer. He also has a Ph.D. from Vellore Institute of Technology, Tamil Nadu and has over 10 years of teaching experience. He has one patent to his credit and has several notable research publications. His research area includes Image Processing, Fuzzy Logic and Rough Set Theory. He was conferred with several awards; a few notable ones being the “Auropath Global Award 2019” for Excellence in Research by Sri. Aurobindo Society, Chhattisgarh and The “Best faculty in funded research” award by CSI India-Mumbai chapter. He was awarded a Gold medal and won the “Asia Invention Creativity Award” at World Invention and Innovation Contest Seoul, South-Korea.