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 Joint Designs of Communication, Computing and Caching for Fog-Radio Access Network
研討會, 演講, 講座

IoT Thrust Seminar

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Towards the 6GB IoT: Joint Designs of Communication, Computing and Caching for Fog-Radio Access Network

Zoom Meeting ID: 980 3546 3662, Passcode: iott
2021 年 4 月 14 日
IoT Thrust Seminar  - Internet of Things research leading to industrial impact
研討會, 演講, 講座

IoT Thrust Seminar

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Internet of Things research leading to industrial impact

Zoom Meeting ID: 919 3346 2640, Passcode: iott
2021 年 3 月 31 日
CAiRE Webinar  - Moving Away from One-Size-Fits-All Natural Language Processing
研討會, 演講, 講座

CAiRE Webinar

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Moving Away from One-Size-Fits-All Natural Language Processing

Online Webinar
2021 年 3 月 30 日
HKUST - ACE and EDSSC  - Flexible Inorganic Thin-film Devices and Their Application in Bioelectronics
研討會, 演講, 講座

HKUST - ACE and EDSSC

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Flexible Inorganic Thin-film Devices and Their Application in Bioelectronics

Registration URL: https://hkust.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcscuqqrzgrE9C0OAwVs5MQXCoHh4UujcPX
2021 年 3 月 16 日
 Health Care, Finance and Edge Computing
研討會, 演講, 講座

CAiRE Webinar

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Federated Learning Applications: Health Care, Finance and Edge Computing

online Webinar
2021 年 3 月 11 日
IoT Thrust Seminar  - Towards efficient resource utilization in wireless networks for smart cities
研討會, 演講, 講座

IoT Thrust Seminar

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Towards efficient resource utilization in wireless networks for smart cities

Zoom Meeting ID: 939 2221 833, Passcode: 567371
2021 年 2 月 25 日
 Towards High-Efficiency and High-Usability Hardware Acceleration
研討會, 演講, 講座

ECE Seminar: Towards High-Efficiency and High-Usability Hardware Acceleration

Online seminar (ZOOM)
2021 年 2 月 23 日
 scalable and reliable AI for autonomy
研討會, 演講, 講座

Control meets learning: scalable and reliable AI for autonomy

Zoom Seminar:
2021 年 2 月 16 日
 New Business Model for Electric Internet of Things
研討會, 演講, 講座

ECE Online Seminar

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Energy Sharing: New Business Model for Electric Internet of Things

Meeting ID: 945 0964 6939, Passcode: 386012
2021 年 2 月 16 日
 Bridging the Physical and Digital Worlds
研討會, 演講, 講座

6G New Radio for Internet of Everything: Bridging the Physical and Digital Worlds

ZOOM seminar
2021 年 1 月 26 日
Online Joint seminar by HKUST-ACE and EDSSC  - Bio-inspired Computing with Memristors
研討會, 演講, 講座

Online Joint seminar by HKUST-ACE and EDSSC

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Bio-inspired Computing with Memristors

Registration URL: https://hkust.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYsduysrD8sGtZ960QL9iVm40stk5zrvqec
2021 年 1 月 22 日
International Workshop on Advanced Display Materials
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International Workshop on Advanced Display Materials

Online via Zoom
2021 年 1 月 22 日
Online Joint Seminar by HKUST-ACE and EDSSC.  - Defect tolerant in-memory analog computing with CMOS-integrated nanoscale crossbars
研討會, 演講, 講座

Online Joint Seminar by HKUST-ACE and EDSSC.

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Defect tolerant in-memory analog computing with CMOS-integrated nanoscale crossbars

Registration URL: https://hkust.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwvcOyqqjMsH9xWFeZcuuczBjAAMkxNopmp
2021 年 1 月 14 日
Online ECE Seminar  - Enabling Battery-Free Internet-of-Things
研討會, 演講, 講座

Online ECE Seminar

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Enabling Battery-Free Internet-of-Things

Meeting ID: 793 711 0218, Passcode: 20201217
2020 年 12 月 17 日
 Mechanism Design and Optimization
研討會, 演講, 講座

ECE Seminar

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Economics of Future Networks: Mechanism Design and Optimization

Meeting ID: 793 711 0218, passcode :20201210
2020 年 12 月 10 日
 Lessons from China, US, and the EU
研討會, 演講, 講座

CAiRE Webinar

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How to be a Global AI Entrepreneur: Lessons from China, US, and the EU

online Webinar
2020 年 12 月 1 日
Abstract  Bottom‐up approaches to synthesising electronic materials from solution-phase precursors to form functional thin-films can enable electronics with tailorable, on-demand properties to be built in flexible forms and ubiquitously deployed onto arbitrary host objects. Such flexible electronics present a sizeable market that is projected to be on the order of 100’s of billions in 2030 (IDTechEx). Despite the tremendous strides made over the last two decades, thin-film devices grown from solutions are still much inferior to the vacuum-processed counterparts. This is primarily due to a large number of defects existing in solution-grown films that adversely induce various types of energy losses during carriers’ transport, hence resulting in ineffective carrier percolation pathways and further impeding solution-grown devices from achieving their optimal functionality.  In this talk, I will show how I utilised device and material engineering to build robust electronic and optoelectronic devices. I will first introduce a hybrid lamellar channel architecture that is fabricated using oxide and organic materials from precursor solutions at plastic-compatible processing temperature [1]. The introduction of advantageous organic functional groups can effectively passivate oxygen defects and prevent their mobilisations, enabling oxide thin-film transistors with record high operational stability. Following this, I will describe a geometric engineering strategy using solid-state hetero-oxide transistors for real-time detection of liquid-phase biomolecules [2]. Selective detection is enabled by suitable analyte receptors tethered on the oxide surface. Recently, I purposed this sensor for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and demonstrated attomolar sensitivity with an ultrahigh dynamic range. Lastly, I will discuss the potential of metal-halide perovskite photovoltaics for powering indoor electronic devices and forming tandem cells with Si by addressing the biggest concern in the perovskite community – long-term stability [3]. I will show how an ionic additive can effectively retard cell degradation and help achieve unprecedentedly high operational stability.   Looking forward, perfecting our engineering approaches can largely mitigate disadvantageous material properties and render the practicality of low-cost solution-grown functional materials for a wide range of electronic, optoelectronic and energy applications with economically viable manufacturing solutions.  Reference  [1] Y.-H. Lin et al., Nature Electronics 2, 587-595 (2019).  [2] “Arab institutions ramp up COVID-19 research”, Nature Middle East.  [3] Y.-H. Lin et al., Science 369, 96-102 (2020).  - Rendering the Practicality of Solution-Grown Materials for Ubiquitous Electronics and Energy Harvesting
研討會, 演講, 講座

Abstract

Bottom‐up approaches to synthesising electronic materials from solution-phase precursors to form functional thin-films can enable electronics with tailorable, on-demand properties to be built in flexible forms and ubiquitously deployed onto arbitrary host objects. Such flexible electronics present a sizeable market that is projected to be on the order of 100’s of billions in 2030 (IDTechEx). Despite the tremendous strides made over the last two decades, thin-film devices grown from solutions are still much inferior to the vacuum-processed counterparts. This is primarily due to a large number of defects existing in solution-grown films that adversely induce various types of energy losses during carriers’ transport, hence resulting in ineffective carrier percolation pathways and further impeding solution-grown devices from achieving their optimal functionality.

In this talk, I will show how I utilised device and material engineering to build robust electronic and optoelectronic devices. I will first introduce a hybrid lamellar channel architecture that is fabricated using oxide and organic materials from precursor solutions at plastic-compatible processing temperature [1]. The introduction of advantageous organic functional groups can effectively passivate oxygen defects and prevent their mobilisations, enabling oxide thin-film transistors with record high operational stability. Following this, I will describe a geometric engineering strategy using solid-state hetero-oxide transistors for real-time detection of liquid-phase biomolecules [2]. Selective detection is enabled by suitable analyte receptors tethered on the oxide surface. Recently, I purposed this sensor for the detection of SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and demonstrated attomolar sensitivity with an ultrahigh dynamic range. Lastly, I will discuss the potential of metal-halide perovskite photovoltaics for powering indoor electronic devices and forming tandem cells with Si by addressing the biggest concern in the perovskite community – long-term stability [3]. I will show how an ionic additive can effectively retard cell degradation and help achieve unprecedentedly high operational stability.

Looking forward, perfecting our engineering approaches can largely mitigate disadvantageous material properties and render the practicality of low-cost solution-grown functional materials for a wide range of electronic, optoelectronic and energy applications with economically viable manufacturing solutions.

Reference

[1] Y.-H. Lin et al., Nature Electronics 2, 587-595 (2019).

[2] “Arab institutions ramp up COVID-19 research”, Nature Middle East.

[3] Y.-H. Lin et al., Science 369, 96-102 (2020).

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Rendering the Practicality of Solution-Grown Materials for Ubiquitous Electronics and Energy Harvesting

Seminar by ZOOM: Join Zoom Meeting https://hkust.zoom.us/j/92721705969?pwd=OWdZTXZLaTRGSnM2ckp1ZWZyc2F4dz09 Meeting ID: 927 2170 5969 Passcode: 514507
2020 年 11 月 25 日
Online Joint Seminar by HKUST - ACE and EDSSC  - Accurate computing-in-Flash design for general neural networks inference
研討會, 演講, 講座

Online Joint Seminar by HKUST - ACE and EDSSC

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Accurate computing-in-Flash design for general neural networks inference

Registration URL: https://hkust.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwocu6uqzIoGdFatVgxrT9MXTMD60DZ-sHl
2020 年 11 月 20 日
 From Memory to Computing in Memory
研討會, 演講, 講座

Online Joint seminar by HKUST-ACE and EDSSC

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Spintronics: From Memory to Computing in Memory

Registration URL: https://hkust.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrduytrTMjHNDObQVHAtv427vFLHhCRJy7
2020 年 11 月 13 日
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