ICET 2018

ICET 2021 Speakers | 主旨报告

Onsite Keynotes

Prof. Yuhua Cheng,
Peking University, China
IEEE Fellow


Speech Title: Design of integrated circuit and system for the applications of smart and portable medical instruments


Cheng, Yuhua received the BSEE, MSEE, and Ph.D. EE degrees in Shandong Polytechnic University (Now Shandong University), Tianjin University, and Tsinghua University, China in 1982, 1985 and 1989, respectively. In 1990, he joined in the Institute of Microelectronics (IME), Peking University, China. From 1992 to 1996, he was an associate professor in IME. He is now with Peking University, as a full professor.

Dr. Cheng has served on many Technical Program Committees and chaired numerous Sub-committees at international conferences, including the IEEE Custom Integrated Circuits Conference (CICC) (from 2002 to 2005) and Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symposium (since 2002). He organized and participated in numerous workshops and panels related to RFCMOS technology and SoC design. He has authored and co-authored over 160 research papers, two book chapters, two books “MOSFET Modeling & BSIM3 User’s Guide” by Kluwer Academic Publishers (1999), and “Device modeling for analog/RF circuit design” by John Wiley and Sons (2002). He was a Guest Editor for IEEE Journal of Solid-State Circuits. He is an IEEE Fellow and a member of both Electronic Device Society (EDS) and Solid-state Circuit Society (SSCS). His research interests include smart power discrete semiconductor devices and advanced analog/mixed-signal/RF integrated circuits for system integration applications.

Dr.Cheng was the principal developer to BSIM3v3 (Yuhua Cheng, et al., BSIM3v3 User's Manual, UC Berkeley, UCB/ERL M97/2, 1997). Due to Dr. Cheng’s efforts, the discontinuity problems, considered as a major shortcoming in BSIM models, were resolved in BSIM3v3, while many new physical effects were implemented. BSIM3v3 has been used worldwide by foundries and design companies for IC simulation. It was selected as the first MOSFET model for compact model standardization effort for IC simulation by Electronics Industry Association/Compact Model Council and given an R&D 100 Award in 1996.

Since 2006, Dr. Cheng has been conducting research on ESD for more than 10 years, which has made significant achievements, which resulted in more than 30 research papers. He shared with the IC industry his research results in international conferences and journals including IEEE Journal of Solid-state Circuits, IEEE Trans. On Electron Devices, and IEEE Electron Devices Letters.


Prof. Xinzhou Dong,
Tsinghua University, China
IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow


Speech Title: Feeder automation system based on advanced protective relaying technology


He was born in Zhouzhi county of Shanxi province, china in 1963 and received Ph.D. degree. from Xi'an Jiao Tong University 1996 and Post-Doctor from Tianjin University in 1999 in china.

Now he is a professor with Dept of EE, Tsinghua University, China. He is also IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow, Fellow of CSEE, Trustee of CES, Member of the technical committee of Cigre China, Chairman of PSRC of IEEE China, Member of the technical committee of Cired China, Convener of Cigre B5 WG55, Member of IEEE PSRC Fellow WG. He mainly engaged in electric power system fault analysis and protection Teaching and Research, and the major research area are as follows: Traveling waves-based protection, Travelling waves-based -fault location, Traveling waves-based-line selection, Non-communication protection, UHV transmission line’s protection, Intelligent substation, System protection, Application research on wavelet transform.

He is the winner of the Second National Innovation Competition Award; He two times got State Technological Invention Award of Chinese government, 2nd Prize respectively in 2007 and 2017; He also got 2016 Cigre Distinguished Member Award and 2017 China Power Science and Technology Outstanding Contribution Award; He is also Chinese Most Cited Researchers from Elsevier.


Prof. Tao Li,
Xi`an University of Posts & Telecommunications, China


Speech Title: From Rendering Engine to AI Engine, Perspective from Industry


LI Tao is a professor of Electrical Engineering at Xi’An University of Posts and Telecom. He was a graduate student at the Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science. He earned his Ph.D in computer science from the University of Utah. He taught at several Universities in Australia, Canada and United States. He was tenured faculty at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, tenured faculty at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. In addition to his academic experience, he also has comprehensive industrial experience, serving various posts at Bell-Labs research, Motorola, and other companies. He has started or involved in a couple of successful start-ups among a number of such companies. LI Tao has been working in the fields of neural networks and machine learning, computer graphics and chip design, as well as telecom equipment.


Online Keynotes

Prof. Zhi Ning Chen,
National University of Singapore
IEEE Fellow, Fellow of Academy of Engineering, Singapore

Google Citations 21002, h-index 72


Speech Title: Update of Microwave Metalens Antennas


Zhi Ning Chen received his two PhD degrees in 1993 and 2003 from the Institute of Communications Engineering (ICE) and the University of Tsukuba, Japan, respectively.

During 1988-1999, he worked at ICE, Southeast University, the City University of Hong Kong, and the University of Tsukuba, Japan with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Fellowship Award. In 2001 and 2004, he visited the University of Tsukuba twice under the JSPS Fellowship Program as Senior Fellows. In 2004, he worked as an Academic Visitor at IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, USA. In 2013, he visited “Laboratoire des SignauxetSystèmes”, UMR8506 CNRS-Supelec-University Paris Sud in Gif-sur-Yvette, France as a Senior DIGITEO Guest Scientist. In 2015, he visited Center for Northeast Asian Studies of Tohoku University, Japan as a Senior Visiting Professor. During 1999-2016, he worked with the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R) as Principal Scientist, Head/Manager for RF & Optical Department, and Technical Advisor. In 2012, he joined the National University of Singapore as a tenured Full Professor, Program Director (Industry), as well as Founder and Deputy Director of Advanced Research and Technology Innovation Center. He is holding/held the concurrent guest professorships at Southeast University (Changjiang Chair Professor), Nanjing University, Tsinghua University, Shanghai Jiaotong University, Tongji University, University of Science and Technology of China, Fudan University, Dalian Maritime University, Chiba University, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, South China University of Technology, Shanghai University, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, Yunnan University, Beijing Institute of Technology, and City University of Hong Kong. He is currently serving as the members of the State Key Laboratory of Millimeter-waves at Southeast University and the State Key Laboratory of Tera-Hertz & Millimeter-waves at City University of Hong Kong. Also he has served as the reviewers of local and overseas governmental/provide research foundations/organizations including Canada, Finland, Sweden, Chile, China, HK SAR, and UK. Dr Chen has privided sixteen local and overseas ICT MNCs and SMEs with the technical consultancy service.

Dr Chen is the founding General Chairs of International Workshop on Antenna Technology (2005), International Symposium on InfoComm & Mechatronics Technology in Bio-Medical & Healthcare Application (2010), International Microwave Forum (2010), and Asia-Pacific Conference on Antennas and Propagation (2012). He has been also involved many international events as General Chairs, Chairs and members for technical program committees and international advisory committees. He has been invited to deliver 100+ keynote/plenary/invited speeches at international academic and industry events.

Dr Chen has published 680+ academic papers, five books and more than ten book chapters. Dr Chen is holding 33 granted/filed patents and completed 38+ technology licensed deals with industry. He is the recipients of many international prestigeous awards.

Dr Chen was elevated the Fellow of Academy of Engineering, Singapore in 2019 and a Fellow of the IEEE for the contribution to small and broadband antennas for wireless applications in 2007. He has served IEEE Council on RFID as a Vice President (member service) and a Distinguished Lecturer during 2015-2020. He severed IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation as an Associate Editor, IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) as a Distinguished Lecturer as well as Members of several committees of IEEE AP-S .


Prof. Jian-Bin Xu,
Chinese University of Hong Kong
IEEE Fellow

Google Citations 17341, h-index 72

Dr. Xu received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. from Nanjing University in 1983 and 1986, respectively, in Physics and Information Physics, under the supervision of Prof. Shu-yi Zhang (Member of Chinese Academy of Sciences). Since 1988, he was highly privileged to study in the University of Konstanz (an elite university), particularly under the supervision of Prof. Klaus Dransfeld (Member of German Academy of Sciences). His doctoral dissertation was focused on the near-field sensing and nanoscopic energy transfer and heat transport associated with electronic processes. He earned his doctorate (Dr.rer.nat.) in 1993. Afterwards, he joined the Department of Electronic Engineering, The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has been Professor in the department since the midst of 2002.

Dr. Xu has published extensively on advanced electronic and photonic materials and devices as well as on nanotechnology in peer-reviewed professional journals (c.a. 400) and conferences (c.a. 80) as well as more than 200 presentations, including conference invited talks, colloquia, seminars, etc. The published papers have been extensively accessed and cited, as well as many topic reviews and monographs, and patents. Also one of the papers is selected as a representative paper by Wikimedia at the entry of Scanning Probe Microscopy (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Scanning_probe_microscopy), along with three Nobel Laureates, namely Gerd Binnig (1986), Heinrich Rohrer (1986), and Eric Betzig (2014). Meanwhile, he has secured numerous competitive research grants. Also he actively participates in a myriad of professional activities and has served as symposium chair in several international conferences. Particularly, he has served as Member of International Advisory Committee, International Conference on Nanoscience and Technology, China 2009 (ChinaNano 2009), and as Director of Advanced Study Institute on Printed Electronics 2013 (Dedicated to Professor Sir Charles Kao on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday). He is a Fellow of IEEE and Hong Kong Institution of Engineers, the Deputy Chairman of Hong Kong Materials Research Society, and Member of American Physical Society, Hong Kong Institution of Science, and Physical Society of Hong Kong. Since 2007, he has been Director of Materials Science and Technology Research Center in CUHK. From 2011, he has been Convener of Strategic Initiatives for Nano, Energy, and Materials in CUHK.

Dr. Xu is a recipient of Joint Research Fund for Overseas Chinese, Hong Kong and Macau Scholars, funded by NSFC, a nationally prestigious award (formerly National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars (Overseas Chinese)).


Prof Vladimir Terzija,
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia
IEEE Fellow


Speech Title: Advanced Monitoring and Control of Future Power Systems


Vladimir Terzija was born in Donji Baraci (former Yugoslavia). He received the Dipl-Ing., M.Sc., and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from the University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia, in 1988, 1993, and 1997, respectively. He is a Full Professor at Skoltech, Moscow, Russia. He is also a Distinguished Professor at the Shandong University, Jinan, China, where he has been since 2013. From 1997 to 1999, he was an Assistant Professor at the University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia. From 2000 to 2006, he was a senior specialist for switchgear and distribution automation with ABB, Ratingen, Germany. From 2006 to 2020 he was the Engineering and Physical Science Research Council (EPSRC) Chair Professor in Power System Engineering with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, The University of Manchester, Manchester, U.K. His current research interests include smart grid applications; wide-area monitoring, protection, and control; multi-energy systems; switchgear and transient processes; ICT, data analytics and digital signal processing applications in power systems.


ICET 2020 Speakers | 主旨报告

Prof. Andrea Massa,
University of Trento, Italy
IEEE Fellow

Andrea Massa (IEEE Fellow, IET Fellow, Electromagnetic Academy Fellow) is Full Professor of Electromagnetic Fields at the University of Trento, where he currently teaches electromagnetic fields, inverse scattering techniques, antennas and wireless communications, wireless services and devices, and optimization techniques. At present, Prof. Massa is the director of the network of federated laboratories “ELEDIA Research Center” [ELEDIA@UTB in Bandar Seri Begawan (Brunei), ELEDIA@UESTC in Chengdu (China), ELEDIA@USIL in Lima (Perù), ELEDIA@UniNAGA in Nagasaki (Japan), ELEDIA@L2S in Paris (France), ELEDIA@CTU in Prague (Czech), ELEDIA@UniTN in Trento (Italy), ELEDIA@TSINGHUA in Beijing (China), ELEDIA@Innov’COM in Tunis (Tunisia)]. Moreover, he is Adjunct Professor at Penn State University (USA), Professor @ CentraleSupélec (France), and UC3M-Santander Chair of Excellence at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid (Spain). He has been holder of a Senior DIGITEO Chair at L2S-CentraleSupélec and CEA LIST in Saclay (France), Visiting Professor at the Missouri University of Science and Technology (USA), the Nagasaki University (Japan), the University of Paris Sud (France), the Kumamoto University (Japan), and the National University of Singapore (Singapore). It has been appointed IEEE AP-S Distinguished Lecturer (2016-2018).
Prof. Massa serves as Associate Editor of the “IEEE Transaction on Antennas and Propagation” and Associate Editor of the “International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies” and he is member of the Editorial Board of the “Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications”, a permanent member of the “PIERS Technical Committee” and of the “EuMW Technical Committee”, and a ESoA member. He has been appointed in the Scientific Board of the “Società Italiana di Elettromagnetismo (SIEm)” and elected in the Scientific Board of the Interuniversity National Center for Telecommunications (CNIT). He has been appointed in 2011 by the National Agency for the Evaluation of the University System and National Research (ANVUR) as a member of the Recognized Expert Evaluation Group (Area 09, ‘Industrial and Information Engineering’) for the evaluation of the researches at the Italian University and Research Center for the period 2004-2010. Furthermore, he has been elected as the Italian Member of the Management Committee of the COST Action TU1208 “Civil Engineering Applications of Ground Penetrating Radar”.
His research activities are mainly concerned with inverse problems, analysis/synthesis of antenna systems and large arrays, radar systems synthesis and signal processing, cross‐layer optimization and planning of wireless/RF systems, semantic wireless technologies, system-by-design and material‐by‐design (metamaterials and reconfigurable‐materials), and theory/applications of optimization techniques to engineering problems (tele-communications, medicine, and biology).
Prof. Massa published more than 700 scientific publications (partial list available at: http://eledia.science.unitn.it/index.php/ricerca/pubblicazioni) among which about 300 on international journals and more than 450 in international conferences where he presented more than 150 invited contributions. He has organized more than 70 scientific sessions in international conferences and has participated to several technological projects in the European framework (20 EU Projects) as well as at the national and local level with national agencies (more than 150 Projects/Grants).

Prof. Gang Feng,
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Dr. Gang Feng (M’01, SM’06) received his BEng and MEng degrees in Electronic Engineering from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), in 1986 and 1989, respectively, and the Ph.D. degrees in Information Engineering from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1998. He joined the School of Electric and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University in December 2000 as an assistant professor and became an associate professor in October 2005. At present he is a professor with the National Laboratory of Communications, UESTC. Dr. Feng has extensive research experience and has published widely in wireless networking research, including nearly 60 IEEE journal and transaction papers. A number of his papers have been highly cited. He has received the IEEE ComSoc TAOS Best Paper Award and ICC best paper award in 2019. His research interests include next generation mobile networks, mobile cloud computing, AI-enabled wireless networking, etc. Dr. Feng is a senor member of IEEE.

Prof. Chonglin Chen,
The University of Texas at San Antonio,USA

Dr. C. L. Chen is currently the professor of physics at the Department of Physics and Astronomy in the University of Texas at San Antonio and the fellow of the American Ceramics Society. He received his PhD degree in solid state science (Materials) and MS degree in Physics from the Pennsylvania State University in 1994, MS in Metallurgy Engineering from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (IMR, 1986), and BS in Physics from Huachiao University (1983). He was awarded as the Director’s Funded Post-doctoral Fellow in the Los Alamos National Laboratory before he became a faculty member at TcSUH in the University of Houston on May 1996. His research interests have spanned over the areas of multifunctional oxide thin film epitaxy, nanostructure fabrication, surface and interface physics and chemistry, and modeling developments. He has authored and/or coauthored about 200 refereed papers appeared in Nature, Physical Review Letters, Applied Physics Letters, Nanoletters, and others, and delivered near 250 plenary/keynote lectures/invited talks at various international/national conferences, universities, and research institutes. He has served as several international advisory board members in various international conferences, chairs and/or co-chairs in various international and national symposiums such as the American Ceramics Society, Materials Science and Engineering, and others.

Prof. Weihao Hu,
University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Weihao Hu (S’06–M’13–SM’15) received the B.Eng. and M.Sc. degrees from Xi’an Jiaotong University, Xi’an, China, in 2004 and 2007, respectively, both in electrical engineering, and Ph. D. degree from Aalborg University, Denmark, in 2012. He is currently a Full Professor and the Director of Institute of Smart Power and Energy Systems (ISPES) at the University of Electronics Science and Technology of China (UESTC). He was an Associate Professor at the Department of Energy Technology, Aalborg University, Denmark and the Vice Program Leader of Wind Power System Research Program at the same department. His research interests include intelligent energy systems and renewable power generation. He has led/participated in more than 15 national and international research projects and he has more than 160 publications in his technical field. He is an Associate Editor for IET Renewable Power Generation, has been Guest Editor-in-Chief for Journal of Modern Power Systems and Clean Energy Special Issue on Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Modern Power Systems, Guest Editor-in-Chief for Transactions of China Electrical Technology Special Issue on Planning and operation of multiple renewable energy complementary power generation systems, and Guest Editor for the IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON POWER SYSTEM Special Section on Enabling very high penetration renewable energy integration into future power systems. He was serving as the Technical Program Chair (TPC) for IEEE Innovative Smart Grid Technologies (ISGT) Asia 2019 and was serving as Secretary and Treasurer of Power & Energy Society Chapter, IEEE Denmark Section. He is currently serving as Chair for IEEE Chengdu Section PELS Chapter and he is an IEEE Senior Member.



ICET 2019 Speakers

Prof. Eiji Oki,
Kyoto University, Japan
IEEE Fellow, IEICE Fellow

Title: Challenges of Resource Allocation in Network Virtualization

Abstract: Network virtualization technology creates multiple tenants on the same physical infrastructure in a cost-effective and dynamic manner. It plays a key role in the cloud computing, which provides resources and services to users through the Internet. An infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provider allocates virtual machines in physical machines to customers to meet their requests. The availability of cloud providers is increasingly concerned. There are several failures across the physical machines in cloud providers over the past few years, even for some high-profile cloud providers. This talk addresses challenges of resource allocation in network virtualization, including a probabilistic protection model, a prototype system to implement the model, and several computing and networking aspects.

Eiji Oki is a Professor at Kyoto University, Japan. He received the B.E. and M.E. degrees in instrumentation engineering and a Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from Keio University, Yokohama, Japan, in 1991, 1993, and 1999, respectively. In 1993, he joined Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) Communication Switching Laboratories, Tokyo, Japan. He has been researching network design and control, traffic-control methods, and high-speed switching systems. From 2000 to 2001, he was a Visiting Scholar at the Polytechnic Institute of New York University, Brooklyn, New York, where he was involved in designing terabit switch/router systems. He was with The University of Electro-Communications, Tokyo, Japan from July 2008 to February 2017. He joined Kyoto University, Japan in March 2017. He has been active in standardization of path computation element (PCE) and GMPLS in the IETF. He has authored/contributed to twelve IETF RFCs.

He served as a Guest Co-Editor for the Special Issue on “Special issue on High-speed optical transport systems,” Optical switching and Networking, Elsevier; a Guest Co-Editor for the Special Issue on “Switching and Routing for Scalable and Energy-Efficient Datacenter Networks,” January 2014, in IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications; a Guest Co-Editor for the Special Issue on “Multi-Domain Optical Networks: Issues and Challenges,” June 2008, in IEEE Communications Magazine; a Guest Co-Editor for the Special Issue on Routing, “Path Computation and Traffic Engineering in Future Internet,” December 2007, in the Journal of Communications and Networks; a Guest Co-Editor for the Special Section on “Photonic Network Technologies in Terabit Network Era,” April 2011, in IEICE Transactions on Communications; an Associate Editor in IEICE Transactions on Communications in 2011-2015; a Co-Chair for European Conference on Networks and Optical Communications 2014; a Co-Chair of Optical Networks and Systems Symposium for IEEE ICC 2011 and Globecom 2013; a Co-General Chair for High-Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR 2015); a Technical Program Committee (TPC) Co-Chair for Conference on High-Performance Switching and Routing (HPSR 2006, 2010, 2012, and 2016); a Track Co-Chair on Optical Networking for ICCCN 2009; and a TPC Co-Chair for the International Conference on IP+Optical Network (iPOP 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015). He serves as Chapter Coordination Committee Chair of IEEE Communications Society Asia-Pacific Board in 2014-2017 and Editor Board in Optical Switching and Networking, Elsevier, from 2016.

Prof. Oki was the recipient of the 1998 Switching System Research Award and the 1999 Excellent Paper Award presented by IEICE, the 2001 Asia-Pacific Outstanding Young Researcher Award presented by IEEE Communications Society for his contribution to broadband network, ATM, and optical IP technologies, the 2010 Telecom System Technology Prize by the Telecommunications Advanced Foundation, IEEE HPSR 2012 Outstanding Paper Award, IEEE HPSR 2014 Best Paper Award Finalist, First Runner Up, the 2015 IEICE Achievement Award, and IEEE Globecom 2015 Best Paper Award.

He has authored/co-authored five books, Broadband Packet Switching Technologies, published by John Wiley, New York, in 2001, GMPLS Technologies, published by CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, in 2005, Advanced Internet Protocols, Services, and Applications, published by Wiley, New York, in 2012, Linear Programming and Algorithms for Communication Networks, CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, in 2012, and Routing and Wavelength Assignment for WDM-based Optical Networks: Quality-of-Service and Fault Resilience, Springer, Cham, in 2016.

Prof. Zhirun Hu,
The University of Manchester, UK

Title: Printed Graphene Radio Frequency and Microwave Electronics

Abstract: Graphene is a two-dimensional (2D) planar layer of carbon atoms packed in a honeycomb lattice. It has been drawing a great attention from both research institutes and industry. Due to the unique chemical, thermal, mechanical, electronic and optical properties of graphene, many studies on its application for RF, microwave/millimeter-wave and THz devices and circuits have been reported. In this talk, the main focus will be on exfoliation of highly conductive graphene ink and printed graphene RF/microwave components on flexible substrates such as papers and textiles. Environmentally sustainable production of highly conductive graphene ink suitable for screen-printing technology has been developed and used for printing various low-cost, flexible, disposable antennas, transmission lines and sensors. Low-cost and environmentally sustainable printed graphene technology has a potential to penetrate to information technology into our everyday life, especially in promoting wireless connectivity, energy harvesting and the spread of IoT applications.

Zhirun Hu received his BEng in Communication Engineering from Nanjing, China in 1982. Maser in Business Administration and PhD in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the Queens’ University, Belfast, UK in 1988 and 1991, respectively.
He joined the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University College of Swansea as a senior research assistant in computational semiconductor device modelling in 1991. He was with the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the Queens’ University, Belfast, as a research fellow in MMIC design and characterization in 1994. In 1996, he joined GEC Marconi as a microwave technologist. He was a lecturer with the Department of Electronic Engineering, King’s College London. He is now a professor of RF and Microwave Electronics with the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the University of Manchester.
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Prof. Shiwen Yang
 University of Electronic Science and Technology of China

Title: Crossing Space, Time And Frequency Domains:  Recent Developments of Four-Dimensional Antenna Arrays

Abstract:Thanks to the time dimension introduced into traditional antenna arrays, 4D antenna arrays break through the boundary of space, time and frequency in array design. In addition to the beampatterns formed in traditional space domain, 4D antenna arrays are also able to be used for the synthesis of beampatterns in time and frequency domains. As typical representatives of 4D antenna arrays, time modulated arrays and frequency diverse arrays have been receiving much attention in recent years. Due to their powerful beamforming ability, 4D arrays have great potential in the applications to a variety of wireless systems. In particular, the use of large arrays, the limited platform and the growing secure threats promote 4D arrays to play a crucial role in next generation wireless system. In this talk, several recent advances on 4D antenna arrays and their applications in wireless system are reviewed. Studies show that 4D arrays have created many opportunities and challenges in high-efficiency beamforming of heterogeneous arrays and physical layer secure transmission with a lower hardware complexity.
 

Shiwen Yang received the B.S. degree in electronic science and technology from East China Normal University, Shanghai, the M.S. degree in electromagnetics and microwave technology and the Ph.D. degree in physical electronics from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, in 1989, 1992 and 1998, respectively.
From 1998 to 2001, he was a Research Fellow at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. From 2002 to 2005, he was a Research Scientist with Temasek Laboratories, National University of Singapore. Since March 2005, he has been a Full Professor at the School of Electronic Engineering, UESTC. He is now a Chang-Jiang Professor nominated by the Ministry of Education of China since January 2015. He is the author or coauthor of over 300 technical papers. His research interests include antennas, antennas arrays, optimization techniques, and computational electromagnetics.
Prof. Yang is the Chair of IEEE /AP-S/EMC-S Joint Chengdu Chapter, and serves as an Editorial Board Member for IJAP, Chinese Journal of Electronics. He was the recipient of the Foundation for China Distinguished Young Investigators presented by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) in 2011.

 

Yuan Lin
Univ. of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC)

Title: Applications of Oxide Thin Films in Flexible Sensors
 

ABSTRACT-Oxide functional thin films have been widely used in electronic and optoelectronic devices due to their special physical properties and the intercoupling nature under multiple physical fields. With the recent development of the transfer printing technology, integration of oxide functional thin films with flexible substrates becomes possible. By introducing oxide functional thin films into stretchable sensors, the performance of the sensors may be improved while more sensing functions may be achieved. However, because large deformation may occur in flexible sensors, the requirements for fabrication, design, and property modulation of the stretchable and flexible sensors are different with those of hard devices. In this talk, our recent researches on the flexible sensors based on oxide functional thin films will be presented. By using the transfer printing technique, VO2 thin films have been successfully peeled off and transfer printed onto flexible substrates. Utilizing the mechanical design and strain coupling strategy, some flexible sensors with high performance and stable working performance under large deformation have been realized.
Keywords: Stretchable, flexible, oxide thin films, sensors

Prof. Yuan Lin is a Yangtze River Scholars Distinguished Professor in Univ. of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC). She got her Ph.D from Univ. of Sci. and Tech. of China in 1999. Before she joined UESTC in 2008, she had worked in University of Houston, Los Alamos National Lab and the Assembly & Test Technology Development (ATTD) in Intel Corp. in USA.

Prof. Lin’s main research interests are focused in the development of various thin films (such as ferroelectric oxide, vanadium oxide and other oxides) for applications in electronic devices. She has co-authored more than 130 papers in peer-reviewed journals (such as Nature Mater., Angew Chemie Inter. Edit., Adv. Mater., Appl. Phys. Lett., etc.) and her publications have been cited for more than 2000 times.