Eminent Editorial Board Members

Ken K. Chin
UNITED STATES
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Maurel François
FRANCE
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Bruce C. Kim
UNITED STATES
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Michael R Hamblin
UNITED STATES
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Qian Wang
CHINA
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Mary Eshaghian-Wilner
UNITED STATES
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Qiang Li
CHINA
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Takayoshi Kobayashi
JAPAN
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Sudipta Seal
UNITED STATES
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Qifa Zhou
UNITED STATES
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Claudia Manuela da Cunha Ferreira Botelho
PORTUGAL
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Chang-Sik Ha
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
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Murugan Ramalingam
India
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Yongping Chen
CHINA
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Hong Jin Kim
UNITED STATES
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Farid Menaa
UNITED STATES
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Nesterenko Pavel Nikolaevich
AUSTRALIA
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James Michael Hardin
UNITED STATES
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Hamid Mobasheri
IRAN (ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF)
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Hicham Fenniri
UNITED STATES
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Zhu Yao Hua
CHINA
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Artem E. Masunov
UNITED STATES
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M.V. Reddy
SINGAPORE
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William W. Yu
UNITED STATES
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Antonio Maffucci
ITALY
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Zhigang Chen
AUSTRALIA
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Xuefeng Yu
CHINA
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SungCheal Moon
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
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Qifeng Zhang
UNITED STATES
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Maaz Khan
CHINA
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Lavinia Balan
FRANCE
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Dipak Maity
India
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Claudio Nastruzzi
ITALY
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M. Joyce Nirmala
India
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Maria Hepel
UNITED STATES
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Sathish S
India
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Lixin Cheng
UNITED KINGDOM
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Nirmal Raja
India
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Sujith Kalluri
KOREA, REPUBLIC OF
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Hasan KOTEN
TURKEY
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