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发布时间:2018-05-15设置

报告题目Techniques for Intelligent and Advanced Flexible Electronics (智能与先进柔性电子技术)
报 告 人:钟 颖 博士
报告时间:2018年5月17日(星期四)下午 3:00-4:00
报告地点:材料科学与工程学院 金属材料系,8号楼2楼会议室
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            材料科学与工程学院
              2018年5月15日
 
报告摘要:
Recent years have witnessed unprecedented explosion of flexible and wearable electronics, which open the door for customized health monitoring, medical treatment, personized display and human behavior mimicking, etc. Currently, the core lies in realizing robust integration between flexible substrates with functional semiconductors. In the future, flexible devices with thermal-sensitive substrates will need ultra-fine pitch interconnects and carry more intelligent and high-power-density components. To look forward, nano-sized interconnection materials which bond at lower temperature, but serve at higher temperature will be the Holy Grail. Dr. Zhong will introduce the development of Cu6Sn5 nano-solder and her discovery in the sintering and nano-crystallization behavior of bi-element nanoparticles with in situ TEM. On another aspect, polymeric substrates which are smart and functionalized is another breakthrough point for intelligent flexible devices. Dr. Zhong will share her discoveries in precise surface potential control of polymeric films and her invention of reversible and adaptive smart textiles for personalized thermoregulation.
 
个人简介:
Dr. Ying Zhong is currently a postdoctoral researcher in University of California, San Diego (UCSD). In the field of Materials Science and Engineering, she received her Ph.D. in UCSD working on precise surface potential control of polymeric films and their applications in energy saving and harvesting. She also invented reversible and adaptive smart textiles for personalized thermoregulation with polymeric materials. In the field of Electronic Packaging Technology, Dr. Zhong received her Ph.D., M.E. and B.E. in Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT). She developed Cu6Sn5 nano-solder and revealed the sintering and nano-crystallization behavior of bi-element nanoparticles with in situ TEM. She has received more than 30 awards, including 2 National Scholarships. The total amount of the grants she has worked on exceeds $4,000,000. She holds 2 China patents and 2 US patents. She has published 13 peer-reviewed articles in journals including Small, Scientific Reports, Materials Science and Engineering A.

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