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LABORATOIRE DELECTRONIQUE ET

ELECTROMAGNTISME

Vous tes cordialement invit au sminaire :


Substrate-integrated mmW Antennas
Professeur Zhi Ning Chen,

National University of Singapore as a Full Professor, 4 Engineering Drive 3, Singapore


Institute for Infocomm Research as an Advisor,1 Fusionopolis Way, Singapore

Summary: Recently millimeter wave (mmW) technology has become a very hot topic in high speed wireless
communications, high resolution imaging system and vehicular radar systems. Antenna design at mmW
bands has many unique challenging issues, such as high losses and integration into other circuits. Using
substrate-integration technology, the antennas will be fabricated onto circuit boards such as printed circuit
board (PCB), low-temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC), and semiconductor substrate to reduce cost, size,
transmission loss, and enhance integration into circuits. This talk will first brief the design challenges in
mmW antenna design and substrate-integration technology such as dimensions, loss, and cost. An example,
how to reduce the antenna loss caused by surface wave loss in a LTCC-based patch antenna design is
introduced. After that, recently developed substrate-integrated high gain antenna arrays for 60 and 140 GHz
applications are exemplified with the introduction of the latest built measurement system up to 325 GHz.
Last, the comments on the development of substrate-integration technology in antenna design at mmW and
submmW bands are provided

Short CV: Professor Zhi Ning Chen received his two PhD degrees in 1993 and 2003. Since 1988, he has
worked as lecturers and researchers at Institute of Communications Engineering, Southeast University, City
University of Hong Kong, University of Tsukuba, IBM T. J. Watson Research Center, and Institute for
Infocomm Research. Now he is working at National University of Singapore as a Full Professor and
concurrently Institute for Infocomm Research as Advisor. During May-June 2013, he is Senior DIGITEO
Guest Scientist at the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systmes, UMR8506 CNRS-SUPELEC-Univ. Paris Sud,
in Gif-sur-Yvette. Professor Chen has been the founding General Chairs of several international events such
as IEEE iWAT, IS 3T-in-3A, IMWF and APCAP. His research interest includes electromagnetic and
antennas engineering. He has published 400 technical papers and authored/edited four books. He is holding
33 filed patents. He is the recipients of many best paper awards and prestigious engineering awards.
Professor Chen is a Fellow of the IEEE for the contribution to small and broadband antennas for wireless
applications. He is serving IEEE Trans Antennas and Propagation as an Associate Editor and IEEE Antennas
and Propagation Society as a Distinguished Lecturer.

Date : Vendredi 31 Mai, 14h-15h


Lieu : salle de runion du L2E,

Campus de Jussieu, Couloir 65-66, 1e tage


Contact : H. Kokabi, Professeur (UPMC, L2E), Email : hamid.kokabi@upmc.fr, Tl : 0144275467