报告题目：The State-of-the-art and Future Directions in Terahertz Source Research
In this report, the status and future trends of research and development for terahertz sources including optics, solid state and vacuum are reported, and the main applications are described. Based on the status of R&D for THz sources, moreover, to satisfy the important demands, the trends of developments for the THz sources are discussed.
He was born in Beijing in 1963 and was admitted to Beijing University of technology in 1981. He received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree, and a doctor’s degree from the Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. At present, he is the president of Aerospace Information Innovation Research Institute of Chinese Academy of Sciences, President of School of electronic, electrical and communication engineering, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, deputy director of the 16th Standing Committee of information technology science department of Chinese Academy of Sciences, convener of information and communication engineering discipline of the degree evaluation committee of the State Council, winner of national outstanding youth fund, National government special allowance. He was elected academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2007.
He has been engaged in the design and development of microwave imaging technolo-gy and large-scale remote sensing ground processing system for a long time and has been promoting the construction and development of national aviation remote sensing systems in recent ten years. In the field of microwave imaging, he invented multi-dimensional microwave imaging technology and sparse microwave imaging technology, led the research of key technologies, and applied the results to the follow-up satellite systems. In terms of the architecture and data processing algorithm of the remote sensing satellite ground processing and application system, a series of theoretical problems and key technologies have been systematically solved, and the technical level of our country in this field has been improved. He has presided over and completed a number of major national scientific research projects. The projects undertaken are of large scale, complex technology, and far-reaching influence, which promotes the long-term development of this field. As the leader in charge of the project, he presided over the construction of the national science and technology infrastructure aerial remote sensing system, and as the chief designer, presided over the construction of the aviation system in the national major special high-resolution earth observation system, which systematically promoted the development of a series of international leading airborne earth observation loads. He has won the first and second prizes of national science and technology progress award, National Innovation Award, outstanding talent award of national defense science and technology industry, first prize of national defense science and technology progress award, the first prize of science and technology progress award of Chinese Academy of Sciences, science and technology progress award of He Liang He Li foundation, Chen Jiageng Science Award and other major national and provincial awards.
报告题目：Information Metamaterials and Intelligent Metamaterials
We propose to represent metamaterials by using encoded digital states instead of the effective medium parameters, evolving a new kind of metamaterials – information metamaterials. Based on different digital coding sequences on the physical platform, the information metamaterial can be used to control both electromagnetic waves and digital information flexibly, bridging the physical world and digital world. More importantly, with the integration of the field-programmable gate array (FPGA), the information metamaterial can manipulate the electromagnetic waves and process the digital messages in programmable ways. Designing various machine learning algorithms on FPGA, the information metamaterial can further reach artificial intelligence capabilities. Several systemlevel applications of the information metamaterial are presented, including real-time microwave imaging, new architecture wireless communications, and intelligent microwave camera.
Tie Jun Cui is the Chief Professor of Southeast University, Nanjing, China, and the academician of the Chinese Academy of Science. He authored two books and published over 400 peer-review journal papers, which have been cited more than 29000 times (H-index 84, Google Scholar). He proposed the concept of digital coding metamaterials and realized the first programmable metamaterial and information metamaterial. Dr. Cui received the National Natural Science Awards of China in 2014 and 2018, respectively. Based on Clarivate Analytics, he is a Highly Cited Researcher (Web of Science), and his research works are widely reported by Nature News, Science, MIT Technology Review, Scientific American, New Scientists, etc. Prof. Cui is an IEEE Fellow an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
3、特邀专家：陆贵文教授（IEEE Fellow） 香港城市大学
报告题目：Recent Development on Magnetoelectric Dipole Antenna
Based on the concept of the complementary antenna, the magneto-electric (ME) dipole was proposed in 2006 by this author as a kind of new antenna element with wide impedance bandwidth, low cross-polarization level, and low back radiation. It is a superb conglomeration of the electric dipole and the microstrip antenna. The ME dipole not only inherits the advantages of these two types of classical antennas but also has the additional attractiveness of small variation in gain and beamwidth over a wide operating frequency range, which is a challenging requirement that cannot be easily achieved by other designs. Another important advantage of the ME dipole is that it can be substrate-integrated in a thick dielectric substrate with high efficiency as surface waves are not strongly excited. The ME dipoles with broadside radiation patterns have been widely investigated at microwave and millimeter-wave frequencies by many research groups globally for various applications. In this talk, the recent achievements by this author’s group on applying the ME dipoles to develop wideband end-fire millimeter-wave antenna arrays with different polarizations will be reported. This versatility of the ME dipoles is further confirmed with this exciting work to be reported.
Kwai-Man Luk is a Fellow of the UK Royal Academy of Engineering. He received the B.Sc.(Eng.) and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from The University of Hong Kong in 1981 and 1985, respectively. He joined the Department of Electronic Engineering at City University of Hong Kong in 1985 as a Lecturer. Two years later, he moved to the Department of Electronic Engineering at The Chinese University of Hong Kong where he spent four years. In 1992, Professor Luk returned to the City University of Hong Kong, where he served as Head of Department of Electronic Engineering from 2004 – 2010 and Director of State Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves from 2008 – 2013, and is currently Chair Professor of Electronic Engineering. His recent research interests include design of patch antennas, magneto-electric dipole antennas, dense dielectric patch antennas and open resonator antennas for various wireless applications. He is the author of 4 books, 11 research book chapters, over 375 journal papers and 260 conference papers. He was awarded 10 US and more than 10 PRC patents on the design of a wideband patch antenna with an L-shaped probe feed. He was Technical Program Chairperson of the 1997 Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS), General Vice-Chairperson of the 1997 and 2008 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference (APMC), General Chairman of the 2006 IEEE Region Ten Conference (TENCON), Technical Program Co-Chairperson of 2008 International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP), and General Co-Chairperson of 2011 IEEE International Workshop on Antenna Technology (IWAT), General Co-Chair of 2014 IEEE International Conference on Antenna Measurements and Applications (CAMA), and General Co-Chair of 2015 International Conference on Infrared, millimeter, and Terahertz Waves (IRMMW-THz 2015). He is the General Chair of the 2020 Asia-Pacific Microwave Conference to be held in Hong Kong in November 2020.
Professor Luk received the Japan Microwave Prize, at the 1994 Asia Pacific Micro-wave Conference held in Chiba in December 1994, the Best Paper Award at the 2008 International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation held in Taipei in October 2008 and the Best Paper Award at the 2015 Asia-Pacific Conference on Antennas and Propagation held in Bali in July 2015. He was awarded the very competitive 2000 Croucher Foundation Senior Research Fellow in Hong Kong. He received the 2011 State Technological Invention Award (2nd Honor) of China. He is the recipient of the 2017 IEEE APS John Kraus Antenna Award. He received the prestigious 2019 Ho Leung Ho Lee Prize for Science and Technology Progress.
4、特邀专家：褚庆昕教授（IEEE Fellow） 华南理工大学
报告题目：Dual-Mode Dielectric Waveguide Filters
Filters are the key components in wireless communication systems. High-performance filters can effectively filter signals other than channel frequency and enhance the quality of the communication system. With the 5G incoming, the integration of filters and radiation elements in massive MIMO antenna arrays has become a typical application to reduce the cost, weight, and energy consumption of the system. Therefore, the study of miniaturization, low insertion loss, high-performance filters has become a research hotspot in academia and industry. Both dielectric waveguide filters and multimode filters are important techniques for the miniaturization of filters. The former uses the filling of high dielectric constant material in waveguides to effectively reduce the volume and weight of traditional waveguide filters. The latter uses the coexistence of several modes in a resonator, which is equivalent to the action of multiple single-mode resonators, but its volume is equivalent to one resonator, thus effectively reducing the sizes of the filter. At present dielectric waveguide filters have been used in 5G massive MIMO antennas, but they are all single mode. The combination of multi-mode and filling of high dielectric constant material is an effective way to realize the miniaturization of filters. In this talk, the latest research results on dual-mode dielectric waveguide filters of professor Qing-Xin Chu’s group in recent years are introduced.
Qing-Xin Chu is a professor with the School of Electronics and Information Engineering, South China University of Technology, the vicechair of China Electronic Institute (CEI) Antenna Society, the vice-chair of CEI Propagation Society, IEEE Fellow and CEI Fellow. He has published one book and more than 600 papers in journals and conferences with over 4000 SCI citations. He has been elected as a highly cited scholar by Elsevier in the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering since 2013. He has authorized more than 70 invention patents in China. He was the recipient of the Science Awards by CEI in 2018 and 2016, the Science Award by Guangdong Province of China in 2013, the Science Awards by the Education Ministry of China in 2008 and 2002. His current research interests include antennas and RF techniques in 5G communication.
报告题目：New Advances in Electromagnetic Compatibility and Protections
苏东林，女，北京航空航天大学教授，博士生导师，中国工程院院士。享受国务院政府津贴，获全国巾帼建功标兵、全国五一劳动奖章、全国创新争先奖。现任工信部“智能系统与装备电磁环境效应重点实验室” 主任，中国电子学会会士，中国电子学会天线分会副主任委员、电磁环境效应专家委员会主任委员，以及 IEEE-AP 北京分会主席、URSI-B 中国分会主席等。长期致力于电磁兼容基础理论研究、关键技术攻关、重大装备研制，做了较系统性、创新性工作。主持国家级科研项目 20 多项。以第一完成人获国家技术发明一等奖 1 项、国家科技进步二等奖 2 项。
Donglin Su is a full professor and doctoral supervisor of Beihang University and is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering. She was awarded a special monthly honorarium stipend from the State Council and named the women’s high achievements model. She received the Chinese national medal of May 1 Memorium, Chinese national innovation award. She is currently the director of the “Key Laboratory of Electromagnetic Environment Effects for Intelligent Systems and Equipment” of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China. She is the Fellow of the Chinese Institute of Electronics, the vice-chairman of the Antenna Branch of the Chinese Institute of Electronics, the Chairperson of the Electromagnetic Environment Effect Expert Committee, the Chairperson of the IEEE-AP Beijing Branch, and the URSI-B Chairperson of the China Chapter. She has undertaken more than 20 national scientific research projects. She won the first prize of the National Technological Invention once and the second prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award twice.
6、特邀专家： 张道治教授（IEEE Fellow） 台湾亚东技术学院
报告题目：Uncertainty of OTA measurement for 5G Data Communication
The uncertainty of OTA (over the air) measurement will reduce the throughput of 5G. The 3GPP had had defined the uncertainty of OTA measurement for 5G BTS and UE. There are three types of traditional OTA measurement. That are DFF (direct far field), NFTF (near field to far field transformation), and IFF (indirect far field). Several examples of measurement uncertainty due to the imperfect QZ are analyzed and presented. In order to reduce the uncertainty of OTA measurement for 5G, a brand new IFF, OTA measurement will be introduced.
Prof. Chang, IEEE Life Fellow and EMA Fellow, is the Chief Scientist and Dean at Loom Institute of New Products Research and Development. He obtained his BS degree and MS degree from Chung-Cheng Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Southern California. He spent 25 years in antenna R&D at CSIST. For 17 of these years, he served as director of the antenna section. During his employment at CSIST, he developed reflector antennas, phased array antennas, slot array antennas, communication antennas, and various antenna test ranges. In 1998, he left his post as director of the antenna section to become Dean of the Engineering School at Da-Yeh University. He had been invited to be the Dean of the College of Electrical and Communication Engineering at OIT (Oriental Institute of Technology) in 2006. He has been the Chair Professor and Director of CRC (Communication Research Center) at OIT from 2006 to 2016. He has established four laboratories: lab of the hybrid antenna near field antenna test range, the lab of TRP/TIS communication measurement system, the lab of EMC, and the lab of EM simulation, at CRC of OIT. Except for various kinds of antenna research, Prof. Chang also focused on SI (Signal Integrity) with funding support from the Lorom Group. Since August 1, 2016, he changes his career from OIT to Lorom Institute of New Products Research and Development, Lorom Group. He has published over 400 papers at technical journals and technical conferences. He also has more than 20 patents.
Prof. Chang established the IEEE AP-S Taipei Chapter and was the first Chair in 2001. He was also the Chair of IEEE MTT-S Taipei Chapter and the President of Chinese Microwave Association in 2000-2002. He has been the General Chair of CSTRWC2001, CSTRWC2008, ISAP2008, ICONIC2009, AEM2C2010, CSQRWC2012, PIERS2013, IEEE MTT-S IMWS-Bio 2015. He is the founding Chair of IEEE iWEM since 2011 and General Chair or Co-General Chair of IEEE iWEM. He received many excellent research awards when he was at CSIST, DYU, and OIT.
报告题目：Study on the Cell Membrane Electroporation Induced by Terahertz Pulses
Nowadays, the terahertz (THz) pulses are becoming new characteristic diagnostic and therapeutic tools in biology and medicine. To better use this tool, in this paper, the membrane electroporation with the applied THz pulses is calculated by means of the molecular dynamics method. Firstly, the relationship between the monopolar THz pulse frequency and pore formation time is studied. Secondly, the effects of symmetrical bipolar THz pulse frequency and intensity on the electroporation are investigated. Thirdly, the influence of asymmetrical bipolar THz pulse waveform on the electroporation is given.
Yubin Gong is currently a distinguished professor of Yangtze River scholars in University of Electronic Science and technology, winner of national outstanding youth gold medal, and director of “innovation research group” of National Natural Science Foundation of China. He is a member of IEEE International Vacuum Electronics Technology Committee, chief editor of vacuum electronic technology, member of bioelectromagnetic effect special committee of Electrotechnics society, and terahertz biology Committee of Biophysics society Member. He has been engaged in the research on the new mechanism of high-power millimeter wave terahertz radiation and terahertz electromagnetic biological effect for a long time. He has won the second prize of National Technological Invention Award, the first prize of Sichuan Technological Invention Award, the first prize of Sichuan Provincial Science and technology progress award, the second prize of Natural Science Award of Ministry of education and the second prize of science and technology progress award of Ministry of education Important academic papers have been published in academic journals such as transfers, APL, pop, PCCP, BBA and academic conferences at home and abroad.
郭仁财 长庚大学 台湾
黄勇军 电子科技大学窦文斌 东南大学
Hang Wong 香港城市大学
金国生 长庚大学 台湾