2019 China-America Frontiers of Engineering Symposium

Program

June 19, 2019
07:30 PM – 09:00 PM
Hbar and Patio
Registration/welcome reception at hotel
June 20, 2019
06:30 AM
Pick up at HBar and take to Gathering Rooms 2 and 3, 2nd floor
Breakfast at the hotel
07:15 AM
Looping vans between hotel and Qualcomm Hall
08:00 AM
Walk together to Qualcomm
08:30 AM
Irwin M. Jacobs Qualcomm Hall
Welcome and Opening Remarks
C. D. Mote, Jr. , President, National Academy of Engineering
Chen Wang , Vice President, Chinese Academy of Engineering
John Smee , Vice President Engineering, Qualcomm
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Co-chair: Dr. Zhenan Bao, Professor Chemical Engineering, Stanford University
Co-chair: Dr. Jing Cheng, Cheung Kong Professor, Tsinghua University School of Medicine
09:00 AM
Frontiers of Neuroengineering for Restoring Human Sensory and Motor Functions
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Session co-chair: Dr. He (Helen) Huang, Professor, North Carolina State University
Session co-chair: Dr. Shanbao Tong, Associate Dean, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Bidirectional Brain Computer Interfaces
Dr. Robert Gaunt, Assistant Professor, University of Pittsburgh
Passive Brain Computer Interface: Frontiers in Neuroergonomics and Human Factors
Dr. Yu Sun, Professor, Zhejiang University
10:30 AM
Lobby and patio
Break
10:45 AM
Meet and Connect
11:15 AM
Frontiers of Neuroengineering for Restoring Human Sensory and Motor Functions (cont.)
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Treating Hearing Loss through Invasive and Noninvasive Stimulation Technologies
Dr. Hubert Lim, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
Development and Prospects of Neuromodulation Technology
Dr. Hsin-Yi Lai, Professor, Zhejiang University
12:45 PM
S Cafe
Lunch
01:45 PM
Flash Slide Presentations
02:45 PM
Poster Session I (odd numbers)
03:30 PM
Poster Session II (even numbers)
04:15 PM
Smart Cities
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Session co-chair: Dr. Da An, Senior Engineer, China Electronics Technology Group Corporation
Session co-chair: Dr. Daniel Work, Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University
Building Cyber-Enabled Resilience in Infrastructure Systems
Dr. Saurabh Amin, Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Mobile Crowdsensing for Smart Cities
Dr. Chi (Harold) Liu, Vice Dean and Full Professor, Beijing Institute of Technology
05:45 PM
Break
06:00 PM
N Lobby
Dinner
June 21, 2019
06:30 AM
Breakfast at the hotel
07:15 AM
Looping vans between hotel and Qualcomm Hall
08:30 AM
Smart Cities (cont.)
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Intelligent Infrastructure and the Digital Transformation: Improving Lives through Automation
Dr. Lillian Jane Ratliff, Assistant Professor, University of Washington
Health-enhanced Smart City Planning and Development
Ms. Lan Wang, Professor, Assistant Dean, Tongji University
10:00 AM
Lobby
Group photo followed by Break
10:45 AM
5G Wireless Communication Technology
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Session co-chair: Dr. John E. Smee, Vice President Engineering, Qualcomm Technologies Inc.
Session co-chair: Dr. Xiang Cheng, Professor, Peking University
Baseband Design and Implementation for 5G and Beyond
Dr. Chuan Zhang, Professor, Southeast University
Current State of the Art of 5G with Focus on Research for Low-Latency and High-Reliability Applications
Dr. Jing Lei, System Engineer, Qualcomm
12:15 PM
Lunch
01:45 PM
5G Wireless Communication Technology (cont.)
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Ultra Low-Power Integrated Circuits Enabling Next-Generation IoT Applications
Dr. Patrick Mercier, Associate Professor, University of California, San Diego
5G/B5G Key Technologies-Enabled High-Speed Railway Communications
Dr. Bo Ai, Professor, Beijing Jiaotong University
03:15 PM
Break
03:45 PM
Tours
04:45 PM
Return to hotel
06:00 PM
Hbar and Patio
Reception/Dinner
June 22, 2019
06:30 AM
Breakfast at the hotel
07:15 AM
Looping vans between hotel and Qualcomm Hall
08:30 AM
New Materials
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Session co-chair: Dr. LaShanda Teresa James Korley, Distinguished Associate Professor, University of Delaware
Session co-chair: Dr. Yong Xiang, Professor and Dean, University of Electronic Sciences and Technology of China
Additive Manufacturing of Complex Materials
Dr. Elizabeth Cosgriff-Hernandez, Professor, The University of Texas at Austin
A General Method for Producing Flexible Metamaterials
Dr. Feng Tian, CEO, Phomera Metamaterials Inc.
10:00 AM
Break
10:30 AM
New Materials (cont.)
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Biomimetic Underwater Adhesives
Dr. Christopher John Bettinger, Professor, Carnegie Mellon University
Interfacial Solar Vapor Generation: Physics, Materials, and Applications
Dr. Jia Zhu, Professor, Nanjing University
12:00 PM
Box Lunch
12:15 PM
Buses depart for SAN