The 9th International Conference on Electronic Technology and Information Science(ICETIS 2024)




Prof. WenshengYan

Hangzhou Dianzi University, China

Profile: In 2008,heobtained a Ph.D. in Engineering from the Department of Physics, Nanjing University, majoring in Microelectronics. Afterwards,he hasbeen engaged in scientific research in Singapore, Australia, and Germany for 12 years. In 2021,He joined the School of Electronic Information at Hangzhou University of Electronic Science and Technology as a full-time teacher and established a campus level Carbon Neutrality New Energy Research Institute. Served as a project reviewer for multiple international invited projects in Germany, Germany-Russia, the European Union, and more than 30 reviewers for international academic journals, as well as a lecture professor at Xiamen University. Research expertise includes photovoltaic cells, energy storage batteries, integration of photovoltaic and energy storage, intelligent photovoltaic power grid systems, microelectronics and integrated circuits, artificial intelligence manufacturing and algorithms, etc.

Speech Title: Energy Electronics: Design and Integration of Outdoor Small Photovoltaic Energy Storage Systems

Abstract: Photovoltaic energy storage systems have important applications in the field of energy electronics. This presentation is about the design and integration of outdoor small photovoltaic energy storage systems. The photovoltaics adopt advanced technology of perovskite solar cell modules equipped with sun-tracking photovoltaic brackets. Energy storage battery is designed with thermal management for system cooling. The BMS system with more accurate SOC algorithm is particularly considered to achieve best performance of the photovoltaic energy storage systems.


Assoc. Prof. Lu Sun

Dalian Maritime University, China

Profile: Sun Lu, Associate Professor at Dalian Maritime University, serving as a master's supervisor, has long been engaged in research on resource scheduling and advanced intelligent algorithms. She has led projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation of China for Young Scientists, the General Program of Natural Science Foundation of Liaoning Province, and participated in several provincial and ministerial-level projects. In the past five years, she has published over 10 academic papers as the first author, over 10 papers as the second/communication author, and 6 long papers in IEEE Transactions as the first author, including IEEE TFS, IEEE TII, IEEE T-ITS, among others. She has been granted 5 national invention patents and 11 national invention patents have been disclosed. She has won the first prize for excellent papers at the Liaoning Computer Academic Conference and the Best Paper Award at international flagship conferences such as CSPS2020 and QSHINE2023.

Speech Title: Intelligent Resource Allocation in Mobile Edge Computing

Abstract: With the increasing popularity of resource-intensive mobile applications, offloading computationally expensive tasks to the edge nodes such as base stations and access points will be a key feature of Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) networks. However, compared to the classical remote cloud, these edge nodes are typically equipped with low-power computational resources with limited computational capability. Therefore, efficient computation offloading systems need to be designed where the servers are efficiently utilized while fulfilling the users' latency constraints. In this talk, we focus on the challenges of mobility and energy constraints at edge nodes, constructing UAV-enabled MEC model and WPT enabled MEC model. We propose intelligent optimization methods based on reinforcement learning to optimize task allocation and computation offloading jointly in both offline and online task scenarios, reducing task computation latency and meeting users' quality of experience (QoE) requirements.


Prof. Wangnan Li

Hubei Key Laboratory of Low-dimensional Optoelectronic Materials and Devices/Hubei University of Arts and Science, China

Profile: Li Wangnan, Ph.D, Professor, Doctoral Supervisor, and "Longzhong Talent" of Xiangyang City. He graduated from Xi'an Jiaotong University with a major in Material Science and Engineering, and completed his postdoctoral research at Osaka University in Japan. Currently, he serves as a faculty member at the Hubei Key Laboratory of Low-dimensional Optoelectronic Materials and Devices at Hubei University of Arts and Science, and holds the position of "Vice President of Technology" at Hubei Aerospace Chemical New Material Technology Co., Ltd. His main research areas include perovskite thin-film photovoltaic technology and the development of key materials for flexible and semi-transparent perovskite photovoltaic devices. In recent years, he has presided over 18 projects at the national and provincial levels. He has published more than 30 core papers as the first author or corresponding author, and has been granted 5 invention patents as the first inventor. He has received a first-class award for scientific and technological progress from Xiangyang City. He has been honored with the "May 1st Labor Medal" and the title of "Top Ten Innovative Dream Chasers" of Xiangyang City.

Speech Title: Preparation of large-area perovskite solar cells

Abstract: Perovskite solar cells have become the most promising new generation of photovoltaic technology due to their high efficiency, low cost, and ease of preparation. Although the efficiency of perovskite solar cells has exceeded 26.1%, which is comparable to that of crystalline silicon, their stability and device scaling still face challenges, which has seriously delayed their industrialization process. Among them, perovskite materials based on the formamidinium system are more stable than those based on the methylammonium system, but their large-area scaling is particularly difficult, mainly because the nucleation and crystallization are difficult to control. In this report, we mainly discuss the nucleation and crystallization mechanism of perovskites and control strategies. By adjusting the ink through solvent and additive engineering, and adopting coating methods such as spin coating, blade coating, and slot-die coating, we have achieved the preparation of large-area high-quality perovskite thin films.


Prof. Xu Li

Hebei University, China

Profile: Li Xu, male, born in 1978, is a researcher at the School of Physical Science and Technology of Hebei University, deputy director of the Key Laboratory of Optoelectronic Information Materials of Hebei Province, Executive Member of the National Expert Committee on Optoelectronic Functional Materials and Devices, and Director of the Hebei Optical Society. Engaged in the preparation of rare earth luminescent materials, luminescent quantum dots, carbon dots, and other materials for a long time, as well as the construction and performance control of optoelectronic devices. Published over 150 SCI papers as corresponding or first author in academic journals including Adv. Mater., Nano. Lett., ACS Photo., Chem, Eng. J., JPCL, JMCC, etc; declare and obtain more than 10 national invention patents; co-write one national standard related to solar LED; hosted more than 20 projects, including the National Natural Science Foundation of China General Program, and the Hebei Provincial Natural Science Foundation, etc.

Speech Title: Low toxicity luminescent quantum dots and electroluminescent devices

Abstract: It is challenging to pursue brighter and more efficient light-emitting diodes (LEDs) based on the low toxicity quantum dots. We synthesized a series of Carbon Dots (CD) and two dimensional lead-free perovskite, which can emit efficient visible light. Using these as-prepared luminescent materials as emiting layer, CBP or PVK as hole transport material, the LED devices was prepared. Especively, we doped ZnMgO electron transport layer with polyvinyl pyrrolidone, achieving a meticulous moderation in the carrier transport rate. This intricate balance ensures optimal interaction between hole and electron injections. As a result of our comprehensive research and innovative interventions, the optimized LED device radiated with an extraordinary brightness of 505 cd m-2, combined with a low turn-on voltage of 2.5 eV. This development undeniably marks a significant milestone in the evolution of all solution CD devices.