The rapid development of wireless communications and Internet of Things (IoT) promote the research of antennas and RF circuits from both academia and industry. To achieve better system performance, such as higher data rate, lower latency, and better energy efficiency, it is expected that antennas and RF circuits for these systems have advanced features such as small footprint, wide bandwidth, and high efficiency. This workshop calls for works demonstrating the most recent progress and contributions to the antennas and RF circuits for wireless communications and IoT applications. In particular, this workshop will focus on the following topics. (1) Advanced antennas that use novel techniques achieving excellent performance or diverse functionality for wireless communications and IoT applications. (2) RF circuits that employ new components/materials providing attractive performances or supporting multi-functionality for IoT applications.
Chair: Assit. Prof. Long Zhang |
Long Zhang is currently an Assistant Professor with the College of Electronics and Information Engineering, Shenzhen University, Shenzhen, China. His current research interests include circularly polarized antennas and arrays, mm-wave antennas and arrays, tightly coupled arrays, reflectarrays, and characteristic mode theory. He has published more than 90 papers on top international conferences and journals in recent years including 25 IEEE transaction papers.
Chair: Assoc. Prof. Lei Guo |
Dalian University of Technology, China
Lei Guo is currently an Associate Professor with the School of Information and Communication Engineering,Dalian Universityof Technology, Dalian, China. She has authored/ co-authoredmore than 30 articles including more than 20 peer-reviewed journals, and holds 7 patents including 4 US patents and 3 Chinese patents. She received the Student Best Paper Awardin iWEM-2015. She served as the organizing committee member and Chair of student best design and paper competition of 2018 IEEE MTT-S Wireless Power Transfer Conference, Montreal, QC, Canada. Dr. Guo is now serving as the Associate Editor of IEEE Open Journal of Antennas and Propagation (OJAP). She also served as a lead guest editor of a Special Section in IEEE OJAP. Her current research interests include wireless energy harvesting techniques, dielectric resonator antennas,millimeter-wave antenna arrays, and wireless sensing technologies.