Zaproszenie na seminaria prof. J-G. Ma

W przyszłym tygodniu gościem w KIMiA będzie prof. J-G. Ma z Guangdong University of Technology z Chin. W trakcie wizyty poprowadzi dwa seminaria. Jedno dotyczące problemów projektowania układów scalonych w zakresie w.cz. w tym układów terahercowych oraz drugie dotyczące Internetu Rzeczy. Życiorys prof. Ma i streszczenia seminariów podane są poniżej. Sale i godziny seminariów podane zostaną w poniedziałek.

Jianguo Ma received the doctoral degree in engineering in 1996 from Duisburg University, Duisburg, Germany under the supervision of Prof Ingo Wolff.

Working Experience:

Apr 1991-Mar 1996: Research Fellow with Duisburg University of Germany

Apr 1996-Sep 1997: postdoctoral fellow with Technical University of Nova Scotia (TUNS), Halifax, NS, Canada

Oct 1996-Dec 2005: Assistant Professor/Associate Professor with Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore

Apr 2002-Dec 2005: Founding director of the Center for Integrated Circuits and Systems, NTU.

Jan 2006-Oct. 2009: Chaired Professor with University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, China.

Nov 2008-Present: Technical Director for Tianjin IC Design Center

Oct 2009-Nov 2016: Dean of the School of Electronic Information Engineering of Tianjin  University (TJU) of China

Apr 2014-Present: Founding Director of Qingdao Institute of Ocean Engineering TJU

Nov 2016-Present: Distinguished Professor with the School of Computer of Guangdong  University of Technology, China.

Honours:

  • Fellow of IEEE: Leadership in Microwave electronics and RFICs applications for wireless infrastructure
  • Changjiang Professor awarded by the Ministry of Education of China
  • National Distinguished Young Scholar awarded by National Natural Science Foundation of China
  • National level distinguished Talent awarded by the Ministry of Manpower of China
  • Distinguished Service Awarded by the IEEE MTT-S

His research interests are: Microwave Electronics; RFIC Applications to Wireless Infrastructures; Microwave and THz Microelectronic Systems; as well as Industrial Internet-of-Things. In these areas, he has published more than 300 technical papers in peer-reviewed journals and conferences, 7 U.S. patents granted and 40 filed/granted China patents, and 4 books.

He was the member for IEEE University Program ad hoc Committee (2011~2013).

Dr. Ma served as the Associate Editor of IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters from January 2004 to December 2005.

Dr. Ma is the Member of the Editorial Board for Proceedings of IEEE since Jan 2013

Title: Design and Future Challenges of RFIC for Wireless/mobile Communications

Abstract: From the application point of view the importance of RFICs have been addressed firstly. Then the design challenging of RFICs will be discussed from the system level to application fields. Because RFIC design is analog circuit design plus the frequency effects, the frequency effects introduced by the interconnects will be illustrated. As an example, an equivalent circuit model has been presented for taking care of the frequency effects.

 

Title: IoT and Industrie4.0: The Trends and Challenging

Abstract: The talk begins with the hot topic of Internet-of-things (IoT) together with the confused definition of IoT, and the IoT has been introduced as the results of the informationization. The definition of IoT has been given with the differences from the RFID/Wireless-sensing-networks/Internet. We define IoT is TO LET THE THING TALK! The key characteristics of IoT has been discussed followed by the key challenges of IoT. From application point of view IoT has those principles: Prediction, Protection, and Prevention. The privacy issues for IoT will be also discussed.