Prof. Yu Duan, Changchun University of Science and Technology, China
Professor Duan，School of Electronic Science and engineering, Jilin University. Engaged in the research of organic optoelectronic devices for display / lighting, published more than 100 SCI papers, obtained 12 authorized patents, and served as editor of journal electronic materials. He has presided over and participated in more than 10 projects, such as the "863" and "973" projects of the Ministry of science and technology, as well as the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and has made more than 20 invited reports at academic conferences at home and abroad. Main research achievements: the self-developed film water vapor permeability test equipment introduced high-performance film packaging technology into gas permeability test for the first time, obtained the water vapor test accuracy of 10e-6g / m2 · day, won the first prize of science and technology progress award of China Federation of Commerce and the second prize of science and Technology Achievement Award of Jilin Province (1 item), and was selected into the seventh batch of Changbai Huigu talents in 2017, In 2018, he was awarded the youth science and technology award of Jilin Province.
Title: The Application of Atomic Layer Deposition for Organic Electronics
Speech Abstract: In 2019, the report transparent display technology and market forecast released by display research predicts that the market scale of transparent display will reach US $259.1 billion by 2023, showing huge market demand. Therefore, countries all over the world define the next generation display as transparent and flexible, that is, transparent flexible organic light emitting device （TFOLED）. However, in order to truly realize TFOLED the lack of flexible transparent conductive film and encapsulation technology is the core problem that can not be avoided. The preparation scheme of remote plasma atomic layer deposition (ALD) proposed by us is expected to make a breakthrough in the bottleneck problems such as improving film conductivity, improving energy level matching, increasing water vapor barrier and reducing preparation process damage. Exploring the application of ALD technology in transparent flexible organic electroluminescent devices can not only solve the bottleneck problem of TFOLED practicability, It can also play an important role in other fields of organic electronic devices, such as organic photovoltaic device organic thin film transistors, open up the high-quality film preparation process "friendly" to organic materials, and provide a new idea for the research of more transparent and flexible electronic devices.
Prof. Yaoliang Song, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China
Yaoliang Song was born in June 30, 1960. He received the B.Eng,the M.Eng. and the D.Eng. degrees in Electrical Engineering from Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China, in 1983, 1986, and 2000 respectively. He had been a Researcher Fellow at the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford from Sept. 2004 to Sept. 2005. Presently, He is a Professor at Nanjing University of Science and Technology and Senior Member of IEEE and CECA. His major research interests are in UWB Radar Imaging，MIMO radar，Metamaterials, UWB communications, and Advanced Signal Processing, etc. He has undertaken a number of projects such as the National Natural Science Foundations and the International Cooperation Funds, etc. He has won national defense science and technology award, Ministry and provincial science and technology progress awards.
Title: Ultra-Wideband Multi-Beam Forming of The Synthesized RF System Based on True-Time-Delay Technique
Speech Abstract: Synthesized RF system is the development direction of complex electronic system platform in the future, and the implementation of synthesized RF system is the key technology. This paper focuses on the multi beam forming technology of UWB synthesized RF system. The cost of hardware implementation based on the traditional TTD (true-time-delayer) beam-forming technology is high and the scanning range is limited. In this paper, we firstly address a multi beam-forming approach based on true time delayers (TTD). Then we build a lens-based array system which can form high gain beams with a small number of antenna elements and also establish the mathematical model of the lens. Lastly, we proposed a radiation pattern synthesis method to scan continuously and radiate multi-beams of different function signals simultaneously. Simulation results verify the effectiveness of the proposed implementation and scanning method.