Professor Peter Uhd Jepsen
Professor Peter Uhd Jepsen obtained the PhD degree in 1996, with a thesis on generation and detection of THz radiation from photoconductive antennas. He was then postdoc and later assistant professor at the university of Freiburg, where he investigated THz-frequency vibrational modes in molecular systems among other topics. He was awarded the Habilitation degree in 2003, and relocated to the Technical University of Denmark in 2005, where he became full professor in 2008. His current research interests include generation and application of strong-field THz sources for nonlinear THz spectroscopy and lightwave-driven phenomena such as electron tunneling in solid-state materials. These topics will be discussed at the conference.
Dr. Jepsen is chairman of the International Society for Infrared, Millimeter and Terahertz Waves and Fellow of the Optical Society of America (Optica).
Professor Nils Weimann
Professor Weimann received the Diploma degree in Physics with honors from University of Stuttgart, Germany in 1996, and the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Cornell University in Ithaca, USA in 1999. He then joined Bell Laboratories in Murray Hill, NJ -- which is now part of Nokia -- as a staff researcher. From 2012 on, he was with Ferdinand-Braun-Institute in Berlin, Germany, leading its “Indium Phosphide Devices” lab. Since 2017, he holds the chair for “High Frequency Electronic Components” at the University of Duisburg-Essen in Duisburg, Germany.
Prof. Weimann has authored or co-authored more than 180 publications and conference contributions, and he holds 12 patents in the field of RF semiconductor components and integrated optoelectronics. He is a member of IEEE and EuMA, and he co-chairs the IEEE MTT-21 “Terahertz Technology and Applications” committee.
Professor Edward Wasige
Professor Edward Wasige is Professor of High Frequency Electronics at the University of Glasgow. He received the BSc (Eng.) degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nairobi, Kenya, in 1988, the MSc (Eng.) degree in Microelectronics and Telecommunications from the University of Liverpool, U.K., in 1990, and the Dr.-Ing. degree in Electrical Engineering from Kassel University, Germany, in 1999.
Prior to joining the University of Glasgow as a Lecturer in 2002, he was a UNESCO postdoctoral fellow at The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, and before that a Lecturer at Moi University in Kenya. He leads research on compound semiconductor micro-/nanoelectronics and applications with focus gallium nitride (GaN) and indium phosphide (InP) based electronics and has led a number of major projects in these areas. Notable ones include H2020 projects iBROW (http://ibrow-project.eu/) and TeraApps (https://www.gla.ac.uk/research/az/teraapps/) in which he led work on terahertz transceivers. Professor Wasige was the Technical Programme Chair of the 2021 European Microwave Integrated Circuits (EuMIC) conference, European Microwave Week, and is currently a Guest Editor of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies.
Professor Kaixue Ma
Professor Kaixue Ma (M’05–SM’09) received B.E. and M.E. degrees from Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU), Xi’an, China, and Ph.D. degree from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore. From 1997 to 2002, he worked in Chinese Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an) as a group leader. From 2005 to 2007, he was with MEDs Technologies as an R&D Manager.
From 2007 to 2010, he was with Singapore based public listed company ST Electronics as R&D manager, Project Leader, technique management Committee and technique consultant in 2011. From 2010 to 2013, he was with NTU as a Senior Research Fellow and Millimetre-wave RFIC team leader for 60-GHz Flagship Chipset project. From 2013 to 2018, He is Full Professor with the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, China. Since Feb. 2018, he has been the Dean and Distinguished Professor of the School of Microelectronics in Tianjin University, the Director of Tianjin Key Laboratory of Imaging and Sensing Microelectronics Technology and the Chairperson of Tianjin IC Association. Dr. Ma proposed a variety of RF and microwave integrated circuits based on advanced CMOS, SiGe BiCMOS, GaAs and SOI technologies, and microwave circuit and system design technology patented with “quasi-planar circuits with embedded air cavity” named as SISL in publication. He was responsible for designing the first low-power reconfigurable 60 GHz SiGe millimetre-wave transceiver SOC, packaging and system testing, and completed a high-speed dual-chip wireless communication system. He is currently working on GaAs and silicon-based RF millimeter-wave and THz integrated circuits and systems. He has filed over 40 patents, published two books, 150 SCI international Journal papers (over 120 IEEE journal articles) and 180 international conference papers.
Dr. Ma is a Fellow of Chinese Institute of Electronics and awardee of the Chinese National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. He received 10 technique awards including best paper award etc. He was Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques and Guest Editor of IEEE Microwave Magazine and current Member and and the organizers for international conferences. He is the Coordinator IEEE MTT-S R10 for China and Singapore and current member and Speakers Bureau of MTT-4 etc.
Professor Xue Quan
Prof. Xue Quan is currently Dean of the School of Microelectronics at South China University of Technology. He is IEEE Fellow, China Overseas High-Level Talent, Member of National 6G Technology R&D General Expert Group, IEEE MTT-S Fellow Evaluating Committee Member, IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecturer, Director of Guangdong Provincial Key Laboratory of Millimeter-Wave and Terahertz, Part-time Chief Scientist at 2012 Labs, Huawei Technologies. His research fields include microwave/millimeter-wave/terahertz integrated circuit (IC), circuit, antenna, package and systems. He is the principal investigator of over 20 major research programs, including National Key Research and Development Program, Key-Area Research and Development Program of Guangdong Province etc. He has published over 400 SCI-indexed papers and received over 13,000 citations (by Scopus, excluding self-citation). He was granted over 20 China patents and about 30 US patents (5 among them have been assigned to US companies). He was awarded the second prize of National Technology Invention Award, The first prize of Guangdong Science and Technology Award, and the IEEE AP-S 2017 Harold A. Wheeler Applications Prize Paper Award.
Professor Wojciech Knap
W. Knap obtained his master and PhD degrees from Faculty of Physics – Warsaw University Poland.
His PhD concerned the Terahertz (Far infrared) properties of narrow gap semiconductors HgTe and InSb. After his PhD degree (1985) he obtained a permanent assistant professor position at University of Warsaw Solid State Physics Department. In 1987 he left to France and worked University of Montpellier, Grenoble High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Toulouse Pulsed High Magnetic Field Laboratory. In 1992 he obtained a permanent position at French National Center for Scientific Research - CNRS – Montpellier. Between 1999 and 2001 he worked as associated professor at USA – Rensellear Polytechnic Institute – at group of Prof.M.Shur . He obtained also a long term grant from Japan Society of Promotion of Science and spent a year in Prof.T.Otsuji group - Tohoku University 2007-2008. His main scientific interests and activities are concentrated around Fair Infrared-FIR (Terahertz - THz) properties of semiconductors and in particular in basic physics and applications of Terahertz Plasma excitations in nanotransistors. He is an author of a few patents and more than 400 papers well recognised by research community (Hirsh factor >50).
He is currently coordinating International Research Agenda Project – CENTERA –Institute of High Pressure Physics Polish Academy of Sciences.
Conference Chairs: Xuyuan Chen, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Co-Chair: Wei Hong, Southeast University, China
Conference Honorary Chair
Liu Shenggang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
International Advisory Committee Co-Chairs
Alan Phelps, University of Strathclyde, UK
Xiaodong Chen, Queen Mary, University of London, UK
Claudio Paoloni, Lancaster University, UK
Rosa Letizia, Lancaster University, UK
Chairs: Dr. Kang Du, Dr. Pai Lu, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Angelos Bouchouri, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Turid Amundsen, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Technical Programme Committee
Technical Programme Committee Chairs
Chair: Muhammad Nadeem, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Co-Chair: Haiming Wang, Southeast University, China
Track A – Metamaterials
- Yubin Gong, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
- Shaomeng Wang, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Track B – Vacuum electronics
- Feng Feng, Tianjin University, China
- Fanyi Meng, Tianjin University, China
Track C – Solid state technology
- Bin Yang, University of Chester, UK
- Hui Wang, RAL Space UK
Track D – Astronomy, Earth observation and Satellite applications
- Peter Huggard, STFC UKRI , UK
Track E – Wireless Communications
- Patrizia Livreri, University of Palermo
Track F – Antennas
- Yi Wang, Birmingham University, UK
Track G – Advanced manufacturing technologies and measurements
- Jianjun Ma, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
Track H – Applications
- Ernesto Limiti, University of Roma, Italy
- Chaohai Du, Peking University, China
Track I – Imaging and sensing
- Min Hu, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
- Zhaoxin Geng, MingZu University China
International Advisory Committee
Matt Griffin, Cardiff University, UK
Byron Alderman, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
Xiaolong Dong, National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Yong Fan, UESTC, China
Guangyou Fang, Insititute of Electrics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Yubin Gong, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
Yi Huang, University of Liverpool, UK
Wei Hong, Southeast University, China
Peter de Maagt, European Space Agency, The Netherlands
Jian-Rong Gao, SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research, The Netherlands
Jian Wu, CETC-22, China
Claudio Paoloni, Lancaster University, UK
Peter Hargrave, Cardiff University, UK
Stafford Withington, University of Cambridge, UK
Shengcai Shi, Purple Mountain Observatory, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Caidong Xiong, UESTC, China
Xiaobo Yang, UESTC, China
Rui You, China Academy of Space Technology, China
Guozhong Zhao, Capital Normal University, China
Ghassan Yassin, University of Oxford, UK
Peter Jepsen, Technical University of Denmark
Lingling Sun, Hangzhou Dianzi University, China
Kaixue Ma, Tianjin University, China
Patrizia Livreri, Università degli Studi di Palermo, Italy
Mingquan Bao, Ericsson AB, Sweden
Best Student Paper Awards (oral and poster)
The awards sponsored by “Sensors” recognize the best papers authored primarily by a student, first author, and presented by the student at the UCMMT 2022.
- One award to the student first-author of an oral paper and certificates for all individual authors will be given.
- One award for student first-author of best poster and certificates for all individual authors will be given.
All student papers submitted to the UCMMT2022 are eligible. The award is open to Bachelor, Master, or PhD students in March 2022. Students must be registered for UCMMT 2022
The papers are selected based on the higher score in the review process conducted by the TPC for oral presentation.
The Awards Committee will judge the papers primarily on originality, significance, technical soundness, and quality of the presentation.
Patrons and Exhibitors
Will be updated.
(Information for those who wish to visit us after the meeting)
Arriving by plane
Both Oslo Gardermoen (OSL, main airport) and Sandefjord Torp (TRF) are convenient.
In the first case (OSL) it needs a 2 hour train trip to Tønsberg. In the other case (TRF) it is a little bus transfer to the train station (4 minutes) and then about 15 minutes to Tønsberg. Sandefjord Torp can be approached via Amsterdam (Schiphol) and Copenhagen (Kastrup).
From the railway station in Tønsberg there is a 10 minutes´ walk to the hotel, alternative a few minutes by taxi.