报告题目: Modeling and Design of High Bit Rate Optical Fiber Communication Systems报告人: Prof. Qun ZhangDepartment of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Technology Minnesota State University Mankato报告时间：8月10日上午9:00报告地点：一楼会议室
ABSTRACT – Optical fiber communication systems operating at 40 Gb/s and beyond has been an interest in both industry and academy for more than 10 years. The current proliferation of video contents in the Internet and wireless networks has been driving the current optical fiber networks closer and closer to their capacity limit. As a result, higher spectral efficiency becomes more desired by carriers and service providers. This talk focuses on waveform level modeling and simulation of 40 Gb/s and 100 Gb/s systems involving transceivers with both intensity modulation-direct detection and phase modulation-incoherent and coherent detection. After a brief introduction to optical fiber communication systems and the optical fiber channel, I explain the evolution of the technology from big optics to big electronics in optical transceivers, with emphasis on recent development of digital signal processing technologies for dual polarization QPSK systems. Performance measures, such as eye opening, Q-factor and bit error rate are discussed, and we propose an efficient method for the simulation of short optical pulses propagating through the long optical fiber. Due to time limitation, both detailed modeling of Erbium doped fiber amplifiers and Raman amplifiers will be omitted. The other focus of the talk is on system design principles and tradeoffs. I will use several system design examples to demonstrate the core R&D process in industry and to illustrate the importance of modeling and simulation in system design.
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|1||Digestibility of starch and its effect to healthProf. Jay-lin Jane, Iowa StateUniversity, USA|
|2||Functional materials from starch-guest inclusion complexesProf. Gregory R. Ziegler, Penn StateUniversity, USA|
|3||Non-digestible polysaccharides as potential prebiotics: Recent development and future perspectivesProf.Peter C.K. Cheung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong|
|4||Effect of lipids on starch digestibility and physical properties of rice starch and rice flourDr. RungtiwaWongsagonsup, Mahidol University, Thailand|
|5||Molecular fragmentation of selected amylopectins: Perhaps the perfect strategy for creating structurally driven slowly digestible starch in fully gelatinized materialDr. Mario Martinez, University of Guelph, Canada|
|6||Prebiotics and dietary fibers from by-products and its gut fermentationDr. SantadWichienchot, Prince of Songkla University, Thailand|
|7||Interaction between polyphenol and proteinDr. Jian-Bo Xiao, University of Macau|
|8||Plant cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis and dietary fiberDr. Wei Zeng, Zhejiang A & F University|
|9||Effects of dietary fibers on human gut microbiota: implications of in vitro fermentationDr. Tingting Chen, Nanchang University|
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Short Bio – Dr. Zhang received his B. S. degree in Optoelectronics from the Department of Optoelectronics and M.S. degree in Solid State Physics from the Institute of Crystal Materials, respectively in 1993 and 1996, all from Shandong University. His M.S. thesis advisor is Professor Dong Xu. After one year stay as a Ph.D. student with the Department of Physics at the University of Virginia , he started the Ph.D. thesis research in system aspects of fiber optic communications under the direction of Professor Maite Brandt-Pearce in the ECE Department of the UVa in 1997. He received his Ph.D. in May 2001. Since August 2000, Dr. Zhang have worked full time in fiber optic communications systems vendors such as PhotonEx, Corvis, and Tyco Telecommunications, mainly on modeling , simulation and design of 10-40 Gb/s ultra-long-haul DWDM subsystems and systems. In August 2006, Dr. Zhang left industry and joined the ECET Department of the Minnesota State University Mankato as an Assistant Professor. In August 2009 he received an early promotion to the rank of Associate Professor. Dr. Zhang was awarded tenure in 2011. During 2011, Dr. Zhang was on leave from his university and worked as a Principal Engineer at Oclaro Inc, working on system level modeling and design of 40G and 100G DP-QPSK transponders. In 2012 he continues to work as a consulting engineer for the Technology Office of Oclaro. Dr. Zhang has authored more than 30 technical publications.
欢迎广大师生前往参加交流！食品科学与工程学院2018年12月18日报告人简介1. Jay-lin Jane, Ph.D.Dr. Jay-lin Jane is a Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor, in the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, Iowa State University. Dr. Jane’s primary research interests are in starch structures, properties, applications, effects of resistant starch on health, and biopolymers. She has published 215 referred publications and 10 patents, with 10,000 citations and an h-index 53. She received numerous awards, including the Alsberg-French-Schoch Award, the highest award for starch research, and a Fellow Award from the American Association of Cereal Chemists International, and the Distinguished Faculty Award from Iowa State University.2. Gregory R. Ziegler, Ph.D.Dr. Gregory R. Ziegler is a Professor in Food Science at Penn State University. Dr. Ziegler earned his Ph.D. in Food Engineering from Cornell University. His research focuses on physical properties and processing of polymeric and particulate foods, with an emphasis on starchy, chocolate and confectionery product. He is a member of the Editorial Board of Carbohydrate Polymers, and a fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists. He has published more than 200 papers in highly-respected journals with 4600 citations.3. Peter C.K. Cheung, Ph.D.Dr. Peter C.K. Cheung is a Professor in Life Science at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He earned his Ph.D. from University of New South Wales. His research interests focus on structure-function of cell wall polysaccharides; bioactive substances from mushroom and edible fungi; chemical properties and biological functions of dietary fiber; prebiotics, probiotics and gut microbiome. He is an Associate Editor of the Bioactive Carbohydrates and Dietary Fibre, and a member of the Advisory Board of Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.4. RungtiwaWongsagonsup, Ph.D.Dr. RungtiwaWongsagonsup is an Assistant Professor at Division of Food Technology, Mahidol University, Thailand. She earned his Ph.D. from Mahidol University, and worked as postdoc at Iowa State University from 2007 to 2009. Her research interests include starch processing, modification by physical, enzymatic and chemical methods and its application in food products; resistant starch and its health benefits.5. Mario M. Martinez, Ph.D.Dr. Martinez’ research focuses on fundamental research to practical applications of edible plant tissues and resorts to physical, chemical and biological concepts to extend the use of plant-based ingredients as related to practical uses and healthy eating. Dr. Martinez was a Postdoctoral Research Associate on Carbohydrate Physical Chemistry and Digestion at the Whistler Center for Carbohydrate Research, Purdue University . He is the head of the Food Innovation, Structure and Health lab at the University of Guelph’s School of Engineering and his research program is performed collaboratively with the Food Science Department. He has publishes 43 journal papers, 2 book chapters and presented his research in more than 50 conferences around the world.6. SantadWichienchot, Ph.D.Dr. SantadWichienchot is director of Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Nutraceutical and Functional Food at Prince of Songkla University , Thailand. His research focuses on prebiotics, probiotics, gut health and functional foods. He published book chapters entitled “Prebiotics and dietary fibers from food processing by-products” and “Sustainability of nutraceuticals and functional foods” in John Wiley & Sons, Inc.7. Jian-Bo Xiao, Ph.D.Dr. Jian-Bo Xiao received his doctorate degree in nutrition from Okayama Prefectural University in 2009 and worked at the University of Würzburg in Germany from 2013 to 2015. He is currently a Professor at the University of Macau. He is mainly engaged in research on the nutrition and function of dietary polyphenols. In 2016 and 2017, he was selected as the global high-citation scientist (Agricultural field).8. Wei Zeng, Ph.D.Dr. Wei Zeng received his PhD at Ohio University in 2009 and then worked with Professor Tony Bacic in the ARC Centre of Excellence of Plant Cell Wall, Melbourne University. Currently Dr. Zeng is a principle investigator of the State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Silviculture, Zhejiang A & F University. His research is focused on the cell wall polysaccharide biosynthesis and wood formation.
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- Tingting Chen, Ph.D.Dr. Tingting Chen received her PhD degree in Food Science from Purdue University in 2016. After that, she has worked as Post-doc with Dr. Liping Zhao at Rutgers University. Currently Dr. Chen is working with Dr. Chengmei Liu at Nanchang University. Her research interest focuses on dietary fiber and its impact on human gut microbiota.
Dr. Yunfei Chen,EditorfortheIEEEWirelessCommunicationsLetters,2011-2014, Reviewerformajorjournals,publishersandfundingbodiesinsideandoutsidetheUK, EditorfortheIEEECommunicationsLetters,2009-2012,SeniorMemberofIEEE.Dr. Yunfei Chen received his Bachelor of Engineering and Master of Engineering degrees from Shanghai Jiaotong University in 1998 and 2001, respectively, both in electronic engineering. He received his Ph.D. degree from the University of Alberta in Canada in 2006. From 2006 to 2007, he worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the iCORE wireless communications laboratory. From 2007 he worked as an Assistant Professor and then an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering, University of Warwick in the UK. His research interests include wireless system analysis and design, cognitive radios, wireless relaying and sensing, energy harvesting. He served as the Associate Editor of Performance Analysis and Cognitive Radio for the IEEE Transactions on Communications between 2012 and 2014, the Editor for the IEEE Wireless Communications Letters between 2011 and 2014 and for the IEEE Communications Letters between 2009 and 2012. He has authored nearly 200 research papers in peer-reviewed journals and has two US patents. He is a regular reviewer for journals, conferences and funding bodies around the world.
a). In wireless communications, power cable is the last wire that needs to be attached to a wireless device. In this talk, wireless power in terms of RF energy harvesting will be discussed that aims to replace the last power cable with energy harvester to achieve ultimate wireless. This includes RF energy harvester design issues, energy modelling issues, energy harvesting relaying and energy harvesting channel estimation;
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