Prof. Xueyan Lin
Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
Speech Title: CST Simulation and Analysis of Signal Integrity of Differential Transmission Lines
Biography: Prof. Xueyan Lin was graduated from Xi'an University of Electronic Science and technology in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in engineering, majoring in Structure design of professional electronic equipment and Graduated from Beijing University of Posts and telecommunications in 1995 with a master's degree in engineering, majoring in electronic and mechanical design. And she was graduated from Beijing University of Posts and telecommunications in 2009 with a doctor's degree in engineering, majoring in circuits and systems. She has presided over a number of horizontal projects of domestic enterprises. Participate in provincial and ministerial level scientific research projects and many horizontal projects of international / domestic enterprises as the principal researcher. She has published dozens of papers in domestic and foreign journals and academic conferences and won the third prize of electronic information science and technology award of China Electronics Society. She is the co-translator of the monograph "theory, technology and application of electrical contact“. And she has taught 10 undergraduate theoretical and practical courses and 3 postgraduate courses.
Abstract: The new requirements of 5g ecosystem for connecting system; the classification of high-speed interconnection components; the performance requirements of connectors; the structure of connectors; the signal integrity requirements of transmission lines; the research methods of transmission lines and the selection of simulation software. The differential transmission line has been widely used in the field of high-speed signals with its unique transmission characteristics, and it will be affected by many factors during the transmission process. In this paper, the differential transmission line is taken as the research object, and three-dimensional electromagnetic simulation software CST is used to investigate its signal integrity performance parameters including characteristic impedance, loss, and crosstalk. It is found through simulation that increasing the spacing between differential pairs will reduce the crosstalk. By reducing the length of the contact area, the smaller the return loss value, the smaller the TDR impedance value deviates from the normal value. The smaller the differential pair length, the greater the value of the insertion loss. This will improve the quality of signal transmission.
Prof. Kalyana C. Veluvolu
Kyungpook National University, South Korea
Speech Title: Identification of Most Significant Brain Functional Networks with EEG
Biography: Dr. Kalyana C. Veluvolu is a Professor at the College of IT Engineering, Kyungpook National University, South Korea. He heads an interdisciplinary research group where research interests lie at the intersection of intelligence, robotics, sensing systems and health-care. Specifically, my interests are on developing technology for biomedical, health-care related fields, with primary focus on smart medical robotics, and EEG based human/brain computer interface applications.
Since 2009, he has been with the College of IT Engineering, Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea. He received the B.Tech degree in electrical and electronic engineering from Nagarjuna University, Guntur, India, in 2002, and the Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in 2006. From 2006 to 2009, he was a Research Fellow with the Biorobotics Group, Robotics Research Center, Nanyang Technological University. He was attached to the School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, as a Visiting Professor during 2016–2017. He has also held several visiting positions in University of Newcastle, UK, and University of Valenciennes, France.
He has been a Principal Investigator or a Co-Investigator on a number of research projects funded by government, industry, and universities with a total budget of over 2.5 Million US$. He also received several awards for research excellence including the 2020 KNU Academic Award and 2017 Excellent Research Award awarded by Ministry of Education, South Korea in 2018. He has authored or co-authored more than 120 journal articles and conference proceedings. He is currently the Associate Editor for Journal of The Franklin Institute, Systems Science and Control Engineering Journals. He has been on technical/program committee’s of several international conferences. Dr. Veluvolu is also a senior member of IEEE.