Jianfeng Li | Cyber Security | Best Innovation Award

Mr. Jianfeng Li, Cyber Security, Best Innovation Award

Jianfeng Li at Fuzhou University, China

Jianfeng Li is a highly accomplished professional with expertise in Civil Engineering, Geological Engineering, and Engineering Management. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Fuzhou University, a Master’s degree from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), and a Ph.D. from Cavite State University (Philippines) with a specialization in Engineering Management. Currently, he serves as a Master’s supervisor and Associate Professor at Fuzhou University, a Ph.D. supervisor and Professor at Marisian College in Manila, and also works as the General Manager at Nebula Sky (Hong Kong) Information Technology Co., Ltd. His extensive contributions to academia include publications in renowned journals and authoring a book on geotechnical engineering. Additionally, he holds certifications as a National Registered Supervising Engineer and National Registered Testing Engineer, along with several honors and awards for his outstanding achievements in the field.



  • Bachelor’s Degree: Civil Engineering from Fuzhou University
  • Master’s Degree: Geological Engineering from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan)
  • Ph.D.: Management with a focus on Engineering Management from Cavite State University (Philippines), completed in 2024.

Professional Experience:

Jianfeng Li brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his professional roles. As a Master’s Supervisor and Associate Professor at Fuzhou University, he guides and mentors graduate students while also teaching and contributing to research in the field of Civil Engineering. His role as a Ph.D. Supervisor and Professor at Marisian College in Manila involves leading doctoral candidates, conducting research, and delivering lectures on Engineering Management topics. Additionally, as the General Manager at Nebula Sky (Hong Kong) Information Technology Co., Ltd., he oversees strategic operations, manages projects, and ensures the efficient functioning of the company in the IT sector. These diverse roles demonstrate Mr. Li’s strong leadership, academic prowess, and industry acumen across multiple domains.

Research Interest:

Jianfeng Li’s research interests are multifaceted, encompassing a wide range of domains within the engineering and technology sectors. He delves into the intricacies of Civil Engineering, exploring structural dynamics, geotechnical analysis, transportation systems, and environmental sustainability. His work in Geological Engineering focuses on understanding geological processes, mitigating geological hazards, and optimizing soil mechanics for construction projects. In the realm of Engineering Management, Mr. Li delves into project management methodologies, organizational strategies, and decision-making frameworks tailored to engineering contexts. Additionally, his interest in Information Technology (IT) extends to IT management practices, cybersecurity protocols, digital transformation strategies, and the integration of IT solutions into engineering workflows. This broad spectrum of research interests showcases Mr. Jianfeng Li’s comprehensive approach to advancing knowledge and addressing complex challenges across multiple disciplines within the engineering and technology domains.

Publication Top Noted:

“A high‐resolution ammonia emission inventory in China”

  • Cited by: 505
  • Year: 2012
  • Journal: Global Biogeochemical Cycles
  • Volume: 26
  • Issue: 1

“A high-resolution emission inventory of crop burning in fields in China based on MODIS Thermal Anomalies/Fire products”

  • Cited by: 230
  • Year: 2012
  • Journal: Atmospheric Environment
  • Volume: 50
  • Pages: 9-15

“A global high‐resolution mesoscale convective system database using satellite‐derived cloud tops, surface precipitation, and tracking”

  • Cited by: 121
  • Year: 2021
  • Journal: Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres
  • Volume: 126
  • Issue: 8
  • Article ID: e2020JD034202

“Urbanization impact on regional climate and extreme weather: Current understanding, uncertainties, and future research directions”

  • Cited by: 114
  • Year: 2022
  • Journal: Advances in Atmospheric Sciences
  • Volume: 39
  • Issue: 6
  • Pages: 819-860

“Analysis of the transport pathways and potential sources of PM10 in Shanghai based on three methods”

  • Cited by: 111
  • Year: 2012
  • Journal: Science of the Total Environment
  • Volume: 414
  • Pages: 525-534


E. Sewordor | Security and Insurance | Best Researcher Award

Dr. E. Sewordor, Security and Insurance, Best Researcher Award

Doctorate at University of Basel, Switzerland

Dr. E. Sewordor is a dedicated scholar specializing in urban studies and historical research. With a profound interest in interdisciplinary investigations, he explores the intricate connections between urban environments, natural resource extraction, and colonial legacies. Dr. Sewordor’s academic pursuits encompass themes such as faith, trade, and colonialism, shedding light on their enduring influence on contemporary societies. Through teaching and scholarly engagements, he contributes significantly to the understanding of urban history and the socio-cultural dynamics of African communities.


Ph.D. in Urban Studies (summa cum laude)

  • University of Basel
  • Duration: September 2018 – October 2022

Master of Philosophy in History

  • University of Ghana
  • Duration: August 2015 – June 2017

Bachelor’s in History with Theatre Arts

  • University of Ghana
  • Duration: August 2010 – June 2014



Professional Experience:

Dr. E. Sewordor possesses a wealth of professional experiences and teaching engagements that underscore his dedication to academia and interdisciplinary research. He has served as a proofreader for the Newsletter of the Swiss Society for African Studies and as a reviewer for the Abibisem: Journal of African Culture and Civilization. Additionally, Dr. Sewordor has curated and taught graduate seminars on topics such as “Urban Afterlives of Natural Resource Extraction Landscapes” and “African Urban Future.” Collaborating with esteemed colleagues, he co-taught seminars like “The Mission at Home: Pietism and Imperialism in Basel and Southern Germany” and “Interdisciplinary Urban Research.” Furthermore, his responsibilities have extended to coordinating field trips, advising student papers, and contributing to workshops and mentorship programs. Dr. Sewordor’s multifaceted roles demonstrate his commitment to advancing scholarly discourse and nurturing the next generation of researchers in the fields of urban studies and history.

Research Interests:

Dr. E. Sewordor’s research interests span across interdisciplinary domains, reflecting his comprehensive approach to scholarly inquiry. His primary areas of focus include urban studies, historical research, and the intersections between faith, trade, and colonialism. Dr. Sewordor is particularly intrigued by the urban afterlives of natural resource extraction landscapes and the implications of past missions on contemporary societies. Moreover, he explores themes related to crime and law in African history, emphasizing the socio-cultural dynamics that shape urban environments. Through his diverse research endeavors, Dr. Sewordor seeks to shed light on complex historical narratives and their relevance to contemporary urban landscapes, fostering a deeper understanding of societal transformations and their implications for the future.


Title: “The Opportunity for Loss is Fully Appreciated, But: Theft and Conflicting Policy in the Making of Gold Coast’s Diamond-Mining Industry, 1919–1950s.”

  • Journal: African Economic History
  • Volume: 51
  • Issue: 1
  • Year: 2023
  • Pages: 93–120

Review of Diamond Warriors in Colonial Namibia: Diamond Smuggling, Migrant Workers and Development in Owamboland, by Job S. Amupanda.

  • Journal: Canadian Journal of African Studies
  • Volume: 57
  • Issue: 1
  • Year: 2023
  • Pages: 254–256

Title: “The Urban Culture of the ‘Model’ Christian Settlement at Abokobi, Ghana, 1854–1929.”

  • Journal: Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians
  • Volume: 81
  • Issue: 2
  • Year: 2022
  • Pages: 179–212

Title: “‘We Sympathise With the Mines for Pilfery That Goes on But…’: African Interests in Gold Coast Mines, Protecting Gold, and the Politics of Legislation, 1907–1948.”

  • Journal: African Economic History
  • Volume: 48
  • Issue: 2
  • Year: 2020
  • Pages: 138–168

Title: “‘The Humble Petition of Johana Nyewuame Bekrah’: Becoming/Being Gã, Straddling ‘Spaces,’ and Negotiating Boundaries in the Gold Coast Christian ‘Model Town’ (Abokobi), ca. 1860-1980.”

  • Journal: Journal of West African History
  • Volume: 6
  • Issue: 1
  • Year: 2020
  • Pages: 1–27