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Schedule (Beijing Time)
2020-08-10
2020-08-11
14:00-14:10

Opening Ceremony by Professor Yao Jianquan

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Yao Jianquan
Professor of Tianjin University
Member of Chinese Academy of Science
14:10-14:55

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Qi Feng


Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Qi Feng
Professor
Shenyang Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences
14:55-15:40

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Anthony J. Vickers


Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Anthony J. Vickers
Professor
University of Essex
15:40-15:50

Break

15:50-16:35

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Costas Constantino

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Costas Constantino
Professor of Communication Electrodynamics, School of Engineering, University of Birmingham
Past Chair of UK Panel for the International Union for Radio Science (URSI)
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Education Committee Member
IET Committee Member on the Antennas and Propagation Professional Network
Associate Editor for IET Microwave Antennas and Propagation
Associate Editor for IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
16:35-17:20

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Giovanni Crupi

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Giovanni Crupi
Professor
University of Messina
14:00-14:45

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Hu Weidong

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Hu Weidong
Vice Dean of the Beijing Key Laboratory of Millimeter wave and Terahertz Technology
Beijing Institute of Technology
14:45-15:30

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Razvan D. Tamas

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Razvan D. Tamas
Professor
Constanta Maritime University
Head of the Electronics and Telecommunications Department
Head of the Research Department
Head of the Naval Electrical Engineering Research Center
Project Manager for Research Projects
15:30-15:40

Break

15:40-16:25

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Ma Yong

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Ma Yong
Professor
Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
16:25-17:10

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Assistant Professor Qammer H. Abbasi

Guest
2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Qammer H. Abbasi
Associate Professor
University of Glasgow
17:10-17:20

Closing Ceremony by Professor 

Opening Ceremony by Professor Yao Jianquan

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Yao Jianquan
Professor of Tianjin University
Member of Chinese Academy of Science
Professor YAO is engaged in research in nonlinear optics, laser and terahertz physics and technology, micro and nano-optoelectronical materials. He has served as a visiting professor joined Stanford University, Princeton University, University of Pennsylvania in USA, St. Andrews University and some universities in UK, France Germany, Russian, Hong Kong and Taiwan. Professor Yao’s major research achievements are on the lasers and optical frequency conversion. He presented and developed the theory and method of precise calculation of the optimum phase matching for three wave interactions with nonlinear optical biaxial crystals. His papers have been said as “Yao and Fahlen Technology”. He advanced “Gaussian like distribution” of laser resonant theory. He developed the theory of laser frequency doubling under high conversion efficiency and new method with quasi-CW pumping. He developed an intracavity frequency doubled Nd:YAG laser whose output power was up to 150 Watts, and this laser source was used to establish laser three dimension scanning photography system. He invented the dye and Titanium sapphire tunable laser systems pumped by quasi-CW green laser source. He established a quasi-CW pumped—tunable laser technical system, making important contributions to the development of the new solid-state laser and tunable laser technologies. Recently, he was focus his research work to high power laser diode pumped solid state laser, tunable laser, frequency conversion by quasi-phase matching technology using periodical poled crystals for SHG and OPO, also Tera-Hz wave generation by DFG and TPO and some method with optical, nonlinear optics. He has been awarded Second Prize for National Invention et al. He has published three books: “Nonlinear Optical Frequency Conversion and Tunable Laser Technology” (Science Press, 1995) and “All Solid State Laser and Nonlinear Optical Frequency Conversion Technology” (Science Press, 2007) were the summary of his research achievements. Professor Yao was elected Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1997.

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Qi Feng


2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Qi Feng
Professor
Shenyang Institute of Automation of Chinese Academy of Sciences
Qi Feng got master and PhD degrees from Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in 2005 and 2011, respectively. Then he continued THz research in RIKEN, Japan, Goethe University, Germany and University of Birmingham, UK between 2011 and 2015. In 2015, he was funded by the "Hundred Talents Program" from Chinese Academy of Science and went back to his hometown and founded the "THz Imaging Laborotary" (~TIM Lab.) in Shenyang Institute of Automation. Now he is exploring THz imaging with colleagues and students together, enjoying both electronics and photonics. Qi Feng got the "Student Grant" in European Radar Conference (EuRAD) in 2009 and “Best Paper Award”in Global Symposium on Millimeter Waves (GSMM) in 2014. He served as the TPC member and session chair for several international conferences, including International Conference on Communications (ICC), Global Symposium on Millimeter waves (GSMM), etc. His research interests include microwave, laser and radar and now TIM Lab. is working on them simutaneously.
Title: Active THz Imaging: Elecronic and Photonic Approaches

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Anthony J. Vickers


2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Anthony J. Vickers
Professor
University of Essex
Anthony Vickers FIET, CEng, Associate Engineering Council, PFHEA Professor Anthony Vickers graduated from Lancaster University with a BSc in Physics in 1981 and a PhD in Physics in 1984. He worked as a research associate in the Physics Department at Lancaster University until 1985 when he moved to the University of Essex as a Physics Lecturer. He has worked at the University of Essex for 34 years, now as a Professor in the School of Computer Science and Electronic Engineering (CSEE). For all of his career Professor Vickers has studied semiconductors and in particular for optoelectronic devices. He has worked on non-linear optics in organic materials, transient photoconductivity, electro-optic sampling to study picosecond timescales in semiconductor dynamics. For a number of years Professor Vickers has worked on the development of THz spectrometers for the study of proteins but has also maintained a strong interest in fundamental semiconductor material studies such as photoluminescence, electroluminescence, and the spectral response of dilute material photodetectors.
Title: Optoelectronic Research at the University of Essex

Break

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Costas Constantino

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Costas Constantino
Professor of Communication Electrodynamics, School of Engineering, University of Birmingham
Past Chair of UK Panel for the International Union for Radio Science (URSI)
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Education Committee Member
IET Committee Member on the Antennas and Propagation Professional Network
Associate Editor for IET Microwave Antennas and Propagation
Associate Editor for IEEE Antennas and Wireless Propagation Letters
The main focus of his research is, and has been, the application of classical electrodynamics, quantum mechanics, statistical physics and game theory to communications engineering. Notable successes have been the application of electrodynamics to deterministic radiowave propagation prediction, the co-invention of tunable, efficient, multi-port electrically small antennas, the application of statistical physics to new data routing and network vulnerability analysis algorithms, and the modelling of the congestion dynamics of the Internet. The breadth of his contributions spans topics such as electromagnetic theory, electromagnetic scattering and diffraction, electromagnetic measurement, antennas, radiowave propagation modelling, the air interface of mobile radio systems, body area networks, wireless networks, mobile ad hoc networks, vehicular ad hoc networks, adaptive communication network architectures and the modelling of very large scale Internet networks.
Title:Theoretical and Experimental Comparison of Rain Attenuation at mm-Wave and Low-THz Bands

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Giovanni Crupi

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Giovanni Crupi
Professor
University of Messina
Giovanni Crupi received the MSc in electronic engineering (cum laude) and the PhD degrees from the University of Messina, Italy, in 2003 and in 2006, respectively. Currently, he is a Professor with the University of Messina, Italy, where he teaches/has taught bioengineering, microwave electronics, laboratory of wireless technologies, and optoelectronics. Since 2005, he has been a repeat visiting scientist with KU Leuven and IMEC, Leuven, Belgium. His main research interests include small and large signal modeling of advanced microwave devices. He has authored or coauthored over 160 publications in international journals and conferences. He has coedited two books published by Elsevier Academic Press: “Microwave De-embedding: From Theory To Applications” (Oxford, UK, 2013) and “Microwave Wireless Communications: From Transistor to System Level” (Oxford, UK, 2016). Dr. Crupi is Associate Editor of the Wiley journal “International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering” and Editor of the Wiley journal “International Journal of Numerical Modelling: Electronic Networks, Devices and Fields”. He serves as TPC Member of the IEEE INMMiC, TELSIKS, and ICTA conferences and was also TPC Chair of the IEEE INMMiC in 2014 and 2015. Dr. Crupi is a Senior Member of the IEEE and the Chair of the IEEE MTT-S Graduate Fellowship program.
Title: Empowering Measurement-based FET Models: Going towards Higher Frequencies

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Hu Weidong

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Hu Weidong
Vice Dean of the Beijing Key Laboratory of Millimeter wave and Terahertz Technology
Beijing Institute of Technology
Hu Weidong was born in Shanxi province, China in 1975. He received the B.S. in electronics engineering from Beijing Institute of Technology in 1997 and the Ph.D. degree in electromagnetic field and microwave from Beijing Institute of Technology in 2004. From 2004 to 2010, he was a lecture with the microwave Laboratory. In 2011, he received the National Defense Award, then he was a visiting scholar with the Electronics Engineering Department, City University of Hongkong. Since 2012, he has been an associate professor with Beijing Key Laboratory of Millimeter wave and Terahertz Technology, now he is a vice dean of the Lab. Dr. Hu is IEEE member, he served the session chair of ICMTCE2011 (International Conference on Microwave Technology and Computational Electromagnetics) and ICMTCE 2009 in Beijing, and served the session chair of APMC ( Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference,) in 2008, Hongkong; and now as a reviewer for IEEE AP. He was an Editor of the journal Frontiers of Information Technology &Electronic Engineering. His current research interests include microwave remote sensing, millimeter wave imaging, Terahertz imaging technology.
Title: Terahertz FMCW Imaging Technology for Non-destructive Testing

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Razvan D. Tamas

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Razvan D. Tamas
Professor
Constanta Maritime University
Head of the Electronics and Telecommunications Department
Head of the Research Department
Head of the Naval Electrical Engineering Research Center
Project Manager for Research Projects
Professor Razvan D. Tamas is Senior Member of the IEEE - Antenna and Propagation Society and Microwaves Theory and Techniques Society,the Founder and Chair of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Chapter in Romania,and the Member of the Working Group Education and Training in Electromagnetism of the URSI - Commission A. He is also the reviewer for several WOS-ranked journals : IET Microwaves, Antennas & Propagation, Progress in Electromagnetic Research, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, and Wireless Networks, edited by Springer. His research activities are antennas, ultra-wide band communications, naval radiocommunications, electromagnetic compatibility.
Title: Fresnel Zone Radar Cross Section Measurements

Break

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Professor Ma Yong

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Ma Yong
Professor
Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Professor Ma obtained his BSc degree in 2003, from Beijing Institute of Technology in China. He obtained MSc and PhD degrees from University of Essex, UK in 2004 and 2008 respectively. From 2008-2011, he worked as research associate on Terahertz photonic devices at University of Glasgow. From 2011-2015, he worked as research associate on quantum photonic devices at Heriot-Watt University from 2008-2015. In 2015, he joined Chinese Academy of Science in Chongqing, China as associate Professor. In 2017, he joined at Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications. His current research interests include Quantum photonic devices, metamaterial and metasurface, terahertz devices for wireless communication technology. He is awarded as “high-level talents of Chongqing Municipality” sponsored by Chongqing Government and“Leaders in Innovation Fellowships” sponsored by both Chinese academy of Engineering and Royal Society of Engineering UK. He is also panel member of the National Key Research and Development Program of China. He is PI for more than ten National and provincial grants and has published more 50 peer reviewed journal papers with two highly cited papers.
Title: Research on micro/nano photonic devices for the applications of terahertz and quantum information technologies

Invited Oral Presentation and Q & A by Assistant Professor Qammer H. Abbasi

2020 International Workshop on (Sub)mmW Components, Measurement and Applications
Qammer H. Abbasi
Associate Professor
University of Glasgow
Qammer H. Abbasi, received his BSc and MSc degree in electronics and telecommunication engineering from University of Engineering and Technology (UET), Lahore, Pakistan (with distinction). He received his Ph.D. degree in Electronic and Electrical engineering from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), U.K., in Jan., 2012. From 2012 to June 2012, he was Post-Doctoral Research Assistant in Antenna and Electromagnetics group, QMUL, UK. From 2012 to 2013, he was international young scientist under National Science Foundation China (NSFC), and Assistant Professor in University of Engineering and Technology (UET), KSK, Lahore. From August, 2013 to April 2017 he was with the Center for Remote healthcare Technology and Wireless Research Group, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Texas A &M University (TAMUQ) initially as an Assistant Research Scientist and later was promoted to an Associate Research Scientist and Visiting lecture where he was leading multiple Qatar national research foundation grants. Currently Dr. Abbasi is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in James Watt school of engineering at University of Glasgow in addition to Visiting Lecturer with Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL). He has been mentoring several undergraduate, graduate students and postdocs. Dr. Abbasi has research portfolio of around £5 million and contributed to a patent, 7 books and more than 300 leading international technical journal and peer reviewed conference papers and received several recognitions for his research. Dr. Abbasi is an IEEE senior member and was Chair of IEEE young professional affinity group. He is an Associate editor for IEEE Journal of Electromagnetics, RF, and Microwaves in Medicine and Biology, IEEE Sensors, IEEE open access Antenna and Propagation and IEEE Access journal and acted as a guest editor for numerous special issues in top notch journals. He is a member of IET and commitee member for IET Antenna & Propagation and healthcare network. Dr. Abbasi has been a member of the technical program committees of several IEEE flagship conferences and technical reviewer for several IEEE and top notch journals including TPC chair for 4th international UCET conference 2019 and executive chair for 5th international UCET conference 2020. He contributed in organizing several IEEE conferences, workshop and special sessions in addition to European school of antenna course. He received several recognitions for his research, which includes appearance in BBC, STV, dawnnews, local and international newspaper, cover of MDPI journal, most downloaded articles, UK exceptional talent endorsement by Royal academy of Engineering, National talent pool award by Pakistan, International Young Scientist Award by NSFC China, URSI Young Scientist award, National interest waiver by USA, 4 best paper awards and best representative image of an outcome by QNRF. His research interests include nano communication, internet of things, RF design and radio propagation, biomedical applications of millimeter and terahertz communication, wearable and flexible sensors, compact antenna design for 5G and beyond, antenna interaction with human body, Implants, body centric wireless communication issues, wireless body sensor networks, non-invasive health care solutions, physical layer security for wearable/implant communication.

Closing Ceremony by Professor