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keynote speakers

Keynote Speaker I

Prof. Jing Wang

University of South Florida, USA

 

Dr. Jing Wang is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University of South Florida. He received two M.S. degrees from the University of Michigan, one in electrical engineering (2000), the other in mechanical engineering (2002), and a Ph.D. degree from University of Michigan in 2006. His research interests include micro/nanofabrication technologies, functional nanomaterials, micromachined sensors and actuators, RF/Microwave/THz devices. He has published more than 90 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers, while serving as reviewer for more than a dozen journals. His work has been funded by research grants from federal agencies (NSF, DTRA, US Army, US Air force) and contracts from more than a dozen companies. He is the chairperson for IEEE MTT/AP/ED Florida West Coast Section and he is also the faculty advisor for Florida IMAPS, AVS and IMS student chapters. He was elected as a member the prestigious IEEE MTT Technical Committee on RF MEMS topics. He currently acts as the general co-chair for the IEEE Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference (WAMICON 2015).

Director of RF MEMS Transducers Lab
Chair of IEEE Florida West Coast MTT/AP/ED Chapter
Member of the IEEE Technical Committee MTT-21

Research Interests: Nano/microfabrication, nanomaterials, RF MEMS devices, on-chip power generation, microfluidics, MEMS transducers, RF integrated circuit, wide bandgap materials, polymer nanocomposite and responsive polymers.

Keynote Speaker II

Prof. Tjokorda Gde Tirta Nindhia
Udayana University, Indonesia

 

Tjokorda Gde Tirta Nindhia received Doctor Degree from Gadjah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta, Indonesia on August 2003, with major field of study was Material Engineering. He participated in various international research collaborations such as with Muroran Institute of Technology Japan (2004), Toyohashi University of Technology Japan (2006), Leoben Mining University Austria (2008-2009), Technical University of Vienna Austria (2010), Institute Chemical technology of Prague Czech Republic (2012-now) and very recently with Michigan State University (MSU) and University of Hawaii in the USA under Fulbright Scholarship. His current job is as Full Professor in the field of Material Engineering at Engineering Faculty, Udayana University, Jimbaran, Bali, Indonesia. His research interest covers subjects such as, Biomedical Engineering, biosensor, biomaterial, waste recycle, failure analyses, advance ceramic, metallurgy, composite, renewable energy, and environmental friendly manufacturing.

 

Keynote Speaker III

Assoc. Prof. Ouyang Jianyong

Department of Materials Science and Engineering, National University of Singapore, Singapore/

Stanford University, USA

 

Research Interests
1. Energy Materials and Devices
I am interested to the energy conversion and energy storage. The energy conversion includes low-cost solar cells, such as polymer solar cells and dye-sensitized solar cells, and electrocatalysis. I am also interested to develop high-performance materials for energy storage. My lab achieved the highest photovoltaic efficiencies for dye-sensitized solar cells with carbon nanotubes and graphene as the counter electrode.
2. Nanometer Materials and Devices
My interests on nanometer materials include the development, processing and application of functional nanometer materials, such as carbon nanotubes, graphene, polymer/nanoparticle memory devices, and antibacterial nanocoating. Recently, we developed methods to directly deposit nanostructured metals on substrates through the chemical reduction of metal precursors.
3. Organic Electronic Materials and Devices
Organic electronic devices, including light-emitting diodes, photovoltaic cells, and field-effect transistors, have many important applications are regarded as the next-generation electronic devices due to their low fabrication cost and high mechanical flexibility. I am interested to the development of high-performance organic electronic materials and devices, including conducting polymers, conjugated polymers and organic molecules, photovoltaic cells and light-emitting diodes. We recently developed approaches to develop highly transparent and highly conductive polymer films. The polymer films have transparency and conductivity like indium tin oxide (ITO), the traditional transparent electrode material for optoelectronic devices.

Ph.D. (Solid State Chemistry), Institute for Molecular Science, Graduate University for Advanced Studies, Japan, 1999
M.S. (Physical Chemistry), Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, 1996
B.Sc. (Chemistry), Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 1993