Min Zhang, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School
20:00-21:30 p.m., May 2, 2023, GMT+8
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Flexible and stretchable electronics has drawn intense interests because of their potential for emerging applications, providing imperceptible wearable devices and skin prosthesis repair for humans, soft perceptions for intelligent robots, and conformable interfaces for human-machine interactions, especially in the era of Internet of Things and the fifth-generation wireless technologies. At the same time, flexible electronics encounters challenging obstacles of material self-limiting fabrication, trade-off mechanical flexibility, and associated moderate electrical performance. Nanocarbon based electronics is of great promise to solve these problems for their intrinsic flexibility or stretchability, high carrier mobility, potential for large-area integration and capability to synthesize as semiconducting or metallic. This talk mainly covers carbon nanotube based flexible and stretchable transistors and circuits for logic processing and control, neuromorphic electronics for intelligence, sensors for acquiring information. Our efforts on monolithic system integration would provide more possibilities and open versatile doors for human life experience. This talk will provide our solutions to the challenges in this field, including devices, circuits, integration methods, materials and mechanisms.
Min Zhang is an Associate Professor of Electronic and Computer Engineering at Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School, Deputy Director of Thin Film Transistor and Advanced Display Lab, and founder of Nanoelectronics and Soft Electronics Lab, China. She is a senior member of IEEE. She received her B.S. and M.Phil. degrees from the Department of Microelectronics and Solid-State Electronics at Xi’an Jiaotong University and her Ph.D. degree from the Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. She worked for Solomon Systech (Hong Kong) Limited in Hong Kong for six years, developing advanced devices for display technology with renowned foundries. She joined Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School in 2012. Her research interests are focused on flexible and stretchable electronics, nanoelectronics, neuromorphic electronics, bioelectronics as well as advanced displays. She has published over 130 peer-reviewed papers and 1 book, and has been awarded 18 patents. She has served as technical program committee, organizing committee, session chair, and invited speaker at many renown international conferences.