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第二届国际柔性电子学术大会大咖云集之Xiaodong Chen&David Gracias


2019年7月13-14日,第二届国际柔性电子学术大会将在杭州举行,Xiaodong Chen和David Gracias教授将作嘉宾出席本次大会,并在大会上作主题报告。本届大会专注柔性电子的前沿领域,截止目前,除Xiaodong Chen和David Gracias教授外,大会还邀请到了美国三院院士John A. Rogers教授、英国剑桥大学教授George Malliaras、Takao Someya教授、Ming Liu教授等19位国内外顶级专家以及3位着名期刊编辑为大家带来前瞻性学术报告。


此次大会主题将包括但不限于有机柔性电子、柔性显示、无机柔性电子、可延展电子、柔性能源、生物仿真电子、可重构电子、瞬态电子、生物合成电子、可穿戴电子和柔性机器人。同时本次大会也是持续为全球产业界、企业界提供更多了解柔性电子领域最新技术进展的机会。


本届大会组委会主席分别是来自清华大学的冯雪教授和美国西北大学黄永刚教授,此外组委会成员还有清华大学段炼教授、罗毅教授、沈洋教授,浙江大学宋吉舟教授,清华大学王晓峰副研究员、张一慧副教授。


参会注册信息

注册付款截止时间 2019年6月20日

展览付款截止时间 2019年6月30日

常规(3000 RMB or 500 USD)

学生(1500 RMB or 250 USD)

详情请访问:会议网站:http://icfe.gfeit.com/


主办方:

柔性电子技术协同创新中心

清华大学柔性电子技术研究中心


承办方:

柔性电子与智能技术全球研究中心

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会议地址:

国际创博中心(浙江省杭州市钱塘新区科技园路267号)

期待与大家相聚杭州,

共同见证柔性电子即将为我们开创的未来时代!


本周人物一

Xiaodong Chen


在过去的二十年中,柔性电子器件领域已取得令人兴奋的进步,有望在未来人类生活中引发一场革命。然而,由于在复杂应力环境中活性材料较差的可持续性,构建柔性器件已有了新的需求。因此,通过自然选择发展出各种环境适应性结构和材料的天然材料分级体系结构可启发研究人员解决材料和工程技术的局限性。本周为大家介绍的是来自南洋理工大学的陈晓东教授,他主要从事可程序化材料在能源的转化、柔性电子器件、以及纳米生物界面等方面的工作。他的工作多次被BBC,人民日报,New Scientists,Nanowerk,Materialviews等亮点报道。



Xiaodong Chen

Professor

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore


陈晓东教授目前担任南洋理工大学材料科学与工程学院教授。他于1999年在福州大学获得化学学士学位,2002年获得中国科学院物理化学学士学位,2006年获得德国明斯特大学生物化学博士学位。之后,他在美国西北大学进行博士后工作。自2009年开始,他加入新加坡南洋理工大学作为国家研究基金会会员和材料科学与工程学院助理教授。2013年晋升为副教授,2016年晋升为正教授。


陈晓东教授的研究主要是开发在柔性设备、储能和医疗领域运用的柔性材料。到目前为止,他已发表240余篇论文,包括Nature Communications,Angewandte Chemie和Advanced Materials等知名期刊。他的论文被引用次数超过15800次,h因子达64。陈晓东教授的研究工作还得到100多家本地和海外媒体的强调,其关于生产工业影响的研究工作从他的22项专利中可见一斑,其中4项已获得商业开发许可。他还是Quickcharge Pte Ltd公司的联合创始人,该公司主要是将尖端储能技术商业化。


陈晓东教授在研究和创新方面的成就得到了国家和国际的认可,获得了很多荣誉和奖项,包括入选2018年先进材料名人堂,2017年南阳研究奖,2016年NML研究员奖,2016年英国皇家化学学会奖,2015年小青年创新奖,2015年路博润青年材料科学研究员奖和2009年NRF奖学金等。


陈晓东教授在担任助理教授期间发起了MSE-Colloquium@NTU活动,这是一个月度活动,邀请杰出的科学家,发明家,企业家和出版编辑向MSE博士生和职工进行演讲。此外,他还是学校,学院和大学各级委员会的成员,积极参与全球科学界的服务。例如,他组织了10多个国际研究专题讨论会和研讨会。


目前,陈晓东教授的研究主要集中在两个方向:

(1)集成纳米生物界面:开发可编程纳米结构、生物材料混合系统,用于监测,操纵和模拟生物过程。

(2)用于能量转换的可编程材料:探索用于电化学能量转换和存储的可编程模块。


本周人物二

David Gracias


石墨烯在二维层面上的一些物理属性已经吸引了人们的目光。但在过去的几年里,人们发现,给石墨烯增加一些褶皱能有效的延伸它的三维属性,并且这种属性为找寻可穿戴式电子产品和生物传感器的原材料带来了新的可能。然而,添加这些褶皱是有代价的,所有的操作必须在高精度和可调度的苛刻条件下完成。而本周我们要介绍的人物,来自约翰霍普金斯大学David Gracias教授,找到了一种全新的方法使石墨烯变得更加具有活性,并同时保留了石墨烯固有的特性以及超薄和灵活的本质,证明了可以折叠厚度低至5纳米的超薄石墨烯,这个折叠的过程不仅可以用于高吞吐量的光刻技术,也可以用于晶原领域。


David Gracias

Professor

Johns Hopkins University, USA


David Gracias教授是约翰霍普金斯大学化学和生物分子工程系的教授兼主任。他以微型设备、智能材料和系统的设计、开发和表征闻名。这些装置和系统远小于用肉眼甚至光学显微镜等可视化装置和系统,这使得它们在组装和表征方面特别具有挑战性。


Professor Gracias于1994年获得印度理工学院化学硕士学位,1999年获得加州大学伯克利分校化学系和劳伦斯伯克利国家实验室材料科学系博士学位。从1999年至2001年,他进入哈佛大学化学与化学生物学系成为博士后研究员。自2003年,他进入约翰霍普金斯大学化学和生物分子工程系。2013年至今,他担任化学和生物分子工程系教授,2014年联合任命为材料科学与工程系教授。


截至目前,David Gracias教授和他的研究团队在Nature, Science, PNAS等知名期刊上共计发表高水平学术论文130余篇,h因子达56(google Scholar),受邀进行国际报告100余次。


David Gracias教授获得过许多荣誉和奖项,包括有NIH Director’s New Innovator Award,NSF CAREER Award,Beckman Young Investigator Award,Camille Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award,DuPont Young Professor Award,Maryland Outstanding Young Engineer Award等。


English Resume


附Xiaodong Chen英文简历

Dr. Chen Xiaodong is a Full Professor at the School of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), Nanyang Technological University (NTU). He received his B.S. degree (Honours) in chemistry from Fuzhou University, China, in 1999, M.S. degree (Honours) in physical chemistry from the Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2002, and PhD degree (Summa Cum Laude) in biochemistry from the University of Münster, Germany, in 2006. After his postdoctoral fellow training at Northwestern University, USA, he joined NTU as a National Research Foundation (NRF) Fellow and Nanyang Assistant Professor (NAP) in 2009 in (MSE).He was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2013, and Full Professor in 2016.


Professor Chen’s research focuses on developing soft materials for the applications in flexible devices, energy storage, and healthcare. So far, he has published over 244 high profiled articles, including in Nature Communications, Angewandte Chemie, and Advanced Materials. His papers have been cited more than 15,800 times with an Hirsch-index of 64. His research work was highlighted by more than 100 local and overseas’ media. Professor Chen’s research work on generating industrial impact is evident from his 22 patents, four of which had been licensed for commercial development. He is also the co-founder of a spin-off company, Quickcharge Pte Ltd, commercializing cutting-edge energy storage technology.


Professor Chen’s achievement in research and innovation was recognized nationally and internationally with his many awards, namely the Fellow of Royal Society of Chemistry 2016, Small Young Innovator Award 2015, Lubrizol Young Materials Science Investigator Award 2015, and NRF Fellowship 2009.


Professor Chen exhibits strong student mentorship and supervision. He teaches undergraduate courses and students commended him as a passionate teacher. More than 10 URECA, FYP, and PhD students have won different awards under his supervision. Among the PhD students and research fellows he supervised, more than 20 of them have secured academic position at different universities after training. As another evidence to his outstanding mentoring and supervising, he was awarded the Teacher of the Year Award by the School in 2013 and 2016, respectively.


Professor Chen served as Assistant Chair (Graduate Studies) in 2014-2016. He initiated the MSE-Colloquium@NTU, which is a monthly event where distinguished scientists, inventors, entrepreneurs, and publishing editors are invited to give presentations to MSE PhD students and staff. In addition, he serves as a member to various committees at the school, college and university level. ?Finally, he is actively involved in services to the global scientific community. ?For instance, he has organized more than 10 international research symposia and workshops. Currently, he is the Associate Editor of Nanoscale and Scientific Editor of Nanoscale Horizons, and the editorial advisory member for several leading journals.


Currently, Prof. Chen's research focuses on two directions: (1) Integrated nano-bio interface: to develop programmable nanostructure-biomaterial hybrid systems for monitoring, manipulating, and mimicking biological processes. (2) Programmable materials for energy conversion: to explore programmable modules for electrochemical energy conversion and storage.


资料来源:

https://www.x-mol.com/university/faculty/45891

http://www3.ntu.edu.sg/home/chenxd/PI.html


附David Gracias英文简历

David Gracias, professor and director of graduate studies in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, is known for the design, development, and characterization of miniaturized devices, intelligent materials, and systems. Many of these devices and systems are far smaller than what can be visualized with the naked eye or even optical microscopes, which makes them especially challenging to assemble and characterize.


Gracias earned an MS in chemistry from the Indian Institute of Technology (1994) and a Ph.D. in chemistry from the University of California at Berkeley and the Materials Science Division, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (1999). He was a post-doctoral fellow in the departments of chemistry and chemical biology at Harvard University (1999-2001).


Gracias’s multi-disciplinary approach leverages conventional microelectronic chip fabrication approaches as well as novel self-assembly processes. His research group uses elements from both the biotic (bacteria, cells) and abiotic (optical, electronic) worlds to create bionic structures. Among their tools are state-of-the-art fluorescence, FT-IR, Raman, and sum frequency generation optical spectroscopy techniques; electron microscopy; RF measurements such as GHz spectrum analysis; electrochemical methods such as potentiometry and chronoamperometry; and four point electrical testing with femto-amp resolution. Group members also use statistical and analytical methods to model data as well as finite element methods (HFSS, Surface Evolver).


Gracias credits his training in basic sciences, including physical chemistry and chemical biology, as well as in state-of-the-art engineering R&D in the microelectronics industry, with allowing him to break down traditional boundaries by making critical connections between seemingly disparate fields and between basic science and applied research. At Johns Hopkins, he has made revolutionary contributions to biomedical engineering by collaborating extensively with clinicians to apply the capabilities of micro and nanotechnology to modern medicine. In addition to publishing his academic work in top journals such as Science, Gracias is a prolific inventor with 30 issued patents.


He and his team have developed entirely new approaches to assemble and manufacture extremely small 3D and hybrid devices in a highly parallel and cost-effective manner. He has pioneered the field of self-folding by uncovering assembly principles based on strain engineering. His notable accomplishments include the self-assembly of patterned polyhedral capsules, particles, and devices with sizes down to 100 nanometers, which opens up applications in electronics, sensors, and drug delivery. His laboratory invented dust-sized biopsy forceps that can be deployed and operated en masse, offering the possibility for statistical sampling of organs and the early diagnosis of diseases such as cancer, and representing a major leap toward realizing the “swallow the surgeon” vision. Along with colleagues, he has invented programmable materials and soft robots that respond to biochemical cues offering the possibility for autonomous untethered operation.


Gracias has received the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award; NSF CAREER Award; Beckman Young Investigator Award; Camille Dreyfus Teacher Scholar Award; DuPont Young Professor Award; Maryland Outstanding Young Engineer Award; a Humboldt Fellowship for Experienced Researchers; and Bessel Award. He is an AIMBE Fellow.


资料来源:

https://engineering.jhu.edu/chembe/faculty/david-gracias-2/