Shinaya Toyokuni (Nagoya University, Japan)
Low-temperature plasma as a ferroptosis inducer in cancer cells
Shinya Toyokuni was born in 1961 in Japan. He received M.D. from Kyoto University in 1985, and Ph.D. from Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine in 1991. Since 2008, he is a Professor of Department of Pathology and Biological Responses, Nagoya University Graduate School of Medicine. His interest has been the role of iron and reactive species in carcinogenesis and tumor biology. He proposes that low-temperature plasma is a ferroptosis inducer in cancer cells. He is the deputy director of Center for Low-temperature Plasma Sciences in Nagoya University from 2021. He is the President of the Japanese BioIron Society and the past President of the Society for Free Radical Research International. He is also an organizer of Ferroptosis Meeting in Cold Spring Harbor Asia.
Yuzuru Ikehara (Chiba University, Japan)
The feasibility of using ions and charges in the medical field.
Yuzuru Ikehara received his medical doctor's license in 1994 and his Ph.D. in Pathology in 1998 (Shiga Univ. Med. Sci.). Since 2015, he has been a Professor at the Department of Pathology of the Graduate School of Medicine at Chiba University, Japan. He discovered the phenomenon of soluble protein aggregation in response to the charge provided by non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasma and developed hemostatic equipment that incorporates this principle. Based on these successes, he has started next-generation interdisciplinary research projects covering a fused area of plasma science and medicine, which should be called "electrostatic pathology." The International Society for Plasma Medicine awarded him the "Plasma Medicine Awads" in 2022.
Mudtorlep Nisoa (Walailak University, Thailand)
Low-temperature and thermal plasma research at PEwave, Walailak University
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mudtorlep Nisoa was born on June 29, 1968 in Thailand. He received a bachelor’s degree in physics from Prince of Songkhla University, Hat Yai Campus, Thailand, M.Sc., and Ph.D. in Plasma Physics from Plasma Science Center, Nagoya University, Japan, under the supervision of Prof.Tatsuo Shoji, in 2000. He has been working at Walailak University since 2000. His research topics are on the physics of plasma productions and plasma applications, and microwave heating for agricultural and food processing. During the last 20 years, he has developed various plasma productions at low pressure and atmospheric pressure by DC, RF and microwave discharges. He has published more than 20 papers in journals and presented more than 50 papers at conferences on plasma production and applications. He is the head of Plasma and Electromagnetic Wave(PEwave) laboratory, Walailak University.
Ihn Han (Kwangwoon University, Republic of Korea)
Assessment of Probability Estimation on Human Tissue-Derived Fibroblast/Stromal Cells Response to Non-Thermal Biocompatible Plasma
Ihn Han was born in 1977 in Korea. Dr. Han has been working at the Plasma Bioscience Research Center at Kwangwoon University since 2014, conducting research in the field of plasma science. Based on her background in biomedical engineering with a major in genetic engineering and the development of cancer prevention materials, she is currently conducting research to pioneer various applications of plasma. Her research projects are mainly about plasma biomedical applications and plasma treatment liquids.
Since 2015, she is focusing on the project "Functional regeneration of stem cells by plasma therapy" and working with clinicians to develop new therapies with various clinical implications. From 2016 to present, she serves on the organizing committee of several international conferences, including ISPB, ICPM, and IWPCT.
Bih-Show Lou (Chang Gung University, Taiwan)
Cold atmospheric plasma facilitates wound healing for type 2 diabetes and skin flap treatments
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Dr. Bih-Show Lou received her B.S. Degree in Chemistry in 1984 at the National Kaohsiung Normal University, Taiwan. She then went to University of New Mexico, USA where she received her Ph.D. with Prof. Mark R. Ondrias in Biophysical Chemistry in 1993, then was a postdoctoral fellow at University of Arizona with Victor J. Hruby, Regents Professor. She joined Division of Nature Science in Center for General Education, Chang Gung University, Taiwan in 1995. She has been a full professor since 2005 and the division coordinator since 2010. Her current research interests include spectroscopy for chemical and nanomaterial analysis, electrochemistry for biosensor applications, surface modification by thin film metallic glasses and plasma electrolytic oxidation processes in biomaterial development for medical applications, and cold atmospheric plasma applications in antimicrobial properties and wound healing. She has been featured in Stanford University’s database of the world’s top 2% in both 2020 and 2021.
Ying-Hung Chen (Feng Chia University, Taiwan)
In vivo toxicity test of DBD plasma activated water by using Zebrafish
Yun-Chien Cheng (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)
Atmospheric-pressure Plasma Effects on Cancer Cells and RONS Generation for Medical Applications
Dr. Yun-Chien Cheng received the B.S. (2004) and M.S. (2006) degrees in Electrical Engineering from the National Taiwan University, and the Dr. Ing. in 2012 from Darmstadt University of Technology. He worked jointly in German Cancer Research Center, Darmstadt University of Technology, and Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany for hid Dr. Ing. degree. In 2013, he joined the Mechanical Engineering Department, National Chiao Tung University as Assistant Professor. He promoted to Associate Professor in 2018. Dr. Cheng’s research interests include low-temperature atmospheric-pressure plasma based medical application, plasma circuit design, and AI medical image analysis.
Jun Sup Lim (Kwangwoon University, Republic of Korea)
Effect of accumulated charge on the dynamics of plasma bullet propagation
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Jun sup Lim was born in 1989 in Korea. He received the Ph.D degree from Kwangwoon University, Seoul, in 2021. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher at the Plasma Bioscience Research Center (PBRC), Seoul, Korea. Since 2021, he has been worked with diagnostics of atmospheric pressure plasma dynamics and chemical kinetics.
Roopesh Mohandas Syamaladevi (M. S. Roopesh) (University of Alberta, Canada)
Applications of Cold Plasma Technology in the Agri-food Industry
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Dr. M. S. Roopesh is an Associate Professor in the Department of Agricultural, Food & Nutritional Science at the University of Alberta, Canada. He received his PhD in Biological and Agricultural Engineering (Food Engineering) in 2012 from Washington State University, USA. Roopesh joined the University of Alberta in 2016. In 2022, he was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure. His research lab (https://foodsafetyengineering.ualberta.ca/) at the University of Alberta focuses on sustainable process engineering research. His research team is working towards developing advanced technologies (e.g., atmospheric cold plasma, high-intensity light pulses, 3D printing) to improve water and food safety and the overall sustainability of food systems. Specific research areas include wastewater treatment, pathogen and mycotoxin reduction, microbial biofilm inactivation, and plant protein functionality improvement, using the above-mentioned novel technologies. 
Hiromasa Yamada (National Institute Technology, Nagano College, Japan)
Behavior of Gas Flow and Characteristics of Atmospheric Pressure Plasma Jet for Bio-Applications
Hiromasa Yamada was born in Japan in 1990. He received the Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering from Tsukuba University in 2018. He has been an Associate Professor at the National Institute of Technology, Nagano College since 2022. He is interested in the fundamental phenomena and applications of an atmospheric pressure plasma jet, such as streamer (bullet), gas flow turbulence, control of protein adsorption on materials, and sterilization.
Katsuyuki Takahashi (Iwate University, Japan)
Environmental control for plant growth and preservation using high-voltage pulsed discharges
Katsuyuki Takahashi was born in Miyagi, Japan, in 1985. He received B.Eng. from Sendai national college of technology and M. Eng. and Dr. Eng. degrees from Iwate University in 2007, 2009 and 2011, respectively, all in electrical engineering. From 2009 to 2015, He was with Shishido Electrostatic LTD., as a researcher. From 2015 to 2019, He was an assistant professor with Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University. Since 2019, He has been with Faculty of Science and Engineering, Iwate University as an associate professor. His current research interests include electrostatic discharge, environmental and agricultural applications of plasma and high-voltage pulsed-power technology.