[Workshop] Workshop on Hybrid Electronics for Wearable Intelligence
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About the Workshop

The transition from portable to wearable is regarded as an inevitable trend for electronic devices. By augmenting the items we wear or even our bodies with processors, displays, sensors and wireless transceivers, wearable electronics is expected to enhance human intelligence in a seamless and conformable way. Such wearable intelligence is going to extend our senses of hearing, smelling, tasting and touching, shape our personal habits, and bring disruptive solutions to healthcare. To turn the wearable intelligence into reality, all the components including displays, sensors, and batteries must be re-engineered to fit into a system with severe constraints in cost, power and form factor. New materials, devices and processing technologies are thus needed to be developed considering these system requirements. This workshop is to provide a platform for experts from different backgrounds (materials, devices, circuits and systems) to exchange their views and ideas, and find cross-level collaboration opportunities to address the challenges of making wearable electronics to be an intelligent help rather than an ornament or even a hindrance.
Organization Committee 
Prof. Xiaojun GUO       Shanghai Jiao Tong University  
Prof. Yongpan LIU       Tsinghua University  
The workshop is free for attending. Please contact Miss Echo Chiang for registration before 12:00 AM of May 20, 2016 (Friday) through email:echoalice@126.com.
Workshop Schedule
9:00 - 9:10    Opening 
9:10 – 10:00  Plenary Session
                     “Wearable Technologies for the 21st Century” 
                      Prof. S. Ravi P. SILVA    University of Surrey, UK  
10:00 – 10:20  Tea Break
Session 1: Power Source and Energy Harvesting
10:20 – 10:50 “Exploration of Ambient Energy Harvesting Nonvolatile Processor: from Circuit to System”
Prof. Yongpan LIU      Tsinghua University 
10:50 – 11:20 “Printed Battery and its Medical & Healthy Applications”
Dr. Zhuo CAO    Changzhou Institute of Printed Electronics Industry
Session 2: Displays and Light Emitting Devices
13:30 – 14:00 “Transparent Electrodes for Flexible Organic Light-Emitting Diode”
                       Prof. Gufeng HE        Shanghai Jiao Tong University 
14:00 – 14:30 “Solution-processed Oxide Films as Charge-Transporting Interlayers for Optoelectronics”
                       Prof. Yizheng JIN       Zhejiang University
Session 3: Nanomaterials for Sensing 
14:30 – 15:00 “Gravure Printing of Graphene for Flexible Wireless Strain Sensors”
                       Prof. Lei HUANG         Shanghai Normal University 
15:00 – 15:30 “Functionalization of Textile with Carbon Nanotube”
                       Prof. Wei ZHANG        Dalian University of Technology
15:30 – 15:50   Tea Break
Session 4: Transistors for Signal Processing 
15:50 – 16:20 “Sensor Array Based on Organic Field-Effect Transistors”
                       Prof. Jia HUANG        Tongji University 
16:20 – 16:50 “Recent Applications of FlexOS™ OTFT Technology”
                       Dr. Linrun Feng    Shanghai Jiao Tong University/NeuDrive Ltd., UK
16:50-17:00   Closing Remarks