Theoretical physicist, academician of the CAS Member, academician of the Academy of Sciences of developing countries, researcher and doctoral supervisor of the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.
Academician Ouyang graduated from the Department of Automatic Control at Tsinghua University in 1968 and was assigned to work at Lanzhou Chemical Company; In 1978, he was admitted to Tsinghua University as a graduate student and obtained master's and doctoral degrees successively; In 1985, he entered the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences to engage in post doctoral research after graduating from the doctoral program; In 1986, he won the Humboldt Scholarship in West Germany and went to Free University of Berlin for research; After returning to China in 1988, he worked in the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Promoted to Associate Researcher in 1989; Promoted to researcher in 1992; In 1997, he was elected as an academician of the CAS Member; From 1998 to 2007, he served as the director of the Institute of Theoretical Physics of the Chinese Academy of Sciences; Elected as an academician of the Academy of Sciences for Developing Countries in 2003; Appointed as the Dean of the School of Physics at the University of Science and Technology of China from 2009 to 2020; In 2020, he was employed as the director of the Department of Physics of University of Science and Technology of China. Academician Ouyang is the chief expert of Jihua Laboratory and a leader in the field of new displays.
Speech Title: Global Development Trends and Suggestions for New Display Technologies
Abstract: As an important port for information exchange, the new display industry has developed into the foundation of strategic high-tech and the most dynamic electronic information industry. New display technologies continue to iterate and upgrade, and innovative display technologies such as flexible display, transparent display, laser display, Micro LED display, and light field display are in a competitive situation with different application scenarios. This speech will introduce various major display technologies and the development trend of this technology between China and other major developed countries, thereby proving that new display technologies have become an important part of national competition. In addition, we will also discuss the main challenges of China's new display technology and how to solve the problems of "large but not strong" and "bottleneck".
Din Ping TSAI
City University of Hong Kong, China
Din Ping Tsai is currently Chair Professor of the Department of Electrical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong. He is an elected Fellow of AAAS, APAM, APS, AAIA, COS, EMA, IAE, IEEE, JSAP, NAI, OSA, SPIE, and TPS, respectively. He is the author and co-author of 362 SCI papers. He was granted 69 patents in the USA (19), Japan (3), Canada (3), Germany (2), etc., for 45 innovations. Twenty of his patents have been licensed to 5 different companies. He was invited as an invited speaker for international conferences or symposiums more than 340 times (26 Plenary Talks, 62 Keynote Talks). He received more than 40 prestigious recognitions and awards, including “Global Highly Cited Researchers,” Web of Science Group (Clarivate Analytics) in 2020 and 2019, respectively; China’s Top 10 Optical Breakthroughs in 2020 and 2018, respectively; “Mozi Award” from International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) (2018); etc.
Speech Title: Meta-Devices: From Sensing and Imaging to Quantum Optical Chip
Abstract: Meta-devices using meta-surfaces composed of artificial nanostructures can manipulate the electromagnetic phase, polarization, and amplitude at will. The fundamental principle, design, fabrication, and applications of the novel optical meta-devices are reported in this talk. Meta-lens have been considered as the top 10 emerging technologies in World Economic Forum recently. Design principles and application prospects of meta-lens will be addressed from classical to quantum optics. The prospects of the demanded meta-devices for metaverse will be discussed as well.
Ping-kong Alexander Wai
Hong Kong Baptist University, China
Professor Ping-kong Alexander Wai is the President and Vice-Chancellor of Hong Kong Baptist University. Professor Wai received the Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree from the University of Hong Kong, and his Master and PhD degree from the University of Maryland, College Park. His research interests include theory of solitons, nonlinear optics, fiber lasers, simulations of integrated optical devices, fiber optic communications, and network theory. Prof. Wai is an active contributor to the technical field, having over 500 international publications. He participated in the organization, served as invited speakers, and keynote speakers in many international conferences. With the approval of the State Ministry of Science and Technology, he is also listed as one of the experts in the National Science and Technology Programme Expert Database. He has been elected as Fellow of the Optical Society of America (OSA), Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) and Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of Engineering Sciences (HKAES).
Speech Title: Swept Lasers and the Applications
Abstract: Swept lasers with their wide output spectrum, a narrow instantaneous linewidth and deterministically varying carrier wavelengths, have wide applications including optical coherence tomography, optical sensing, LiDAR, and laser metrology. The fundamental principle, key technology, and the applications of a variety of swept lasers including conventional short cavity swept laser, MEMS-VCSEL, Fourier domain mode locked (FDML) laser and time stretched swept laser will be reported in this talk. The main challenges and prospects of the swept lasers will be discussed as well.