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ANNUAL REPORT FOR YEAR 2005

IEEE AP-S SOCIETY


Chapter Name: IEEE Singapore MTT/AP Chapter


1. BASIC INFORMATION


  1. Section Name:

  2. IEEE Region Number:

  3. Societies that your chapter is joint with, if any:

  4. Chapter Web address, if any:

  5. Officers for 2005 (please fill in the table below):







Chair

Vice Chair

Secretary

Name

Dr. Ban Leong Ooi

Dr. Fujiang Lin

Dr. Chao-Fu Wang

Address

Dept of Electrical & Computer Engineering

National University of Singapore

10 Kent Ridge Crescent

Singapore 119260

Institute of Microelectronics (IME), A*STAR

11 Science Park Rd., Singapore Science Park II

Singapore 117685

Temasek Laboratories

National University of Singapore

5 Sports Drive 2, Singapore 117508


Phone

(+65) 6874 7942

(+65)6770 5495

(+65) 6516 7813

Fax

(+65) 6779 1103

(+65)6774 5754

(+65) 6872 6840

Email

eleooibl@nus.edu.sg

linfj@ime.a-star.edu.sg

tslwcf@nus.edu.sg




  1. Officers for 2006 (if known at this time):







Chair

Vice Chair

Secretary

Name

Dr. Fujiang Lin

PRS Yeow-Beng Gan

Prof. Arokiaswami Alphones

Address

Institute of Microelectronics (IME), A*STAR

11 Science Park Rd., Singapore Science Park II

Singapore 117685

Temasek Laboratories

National University of Singapore

5 Sports Drive 2, Singapore 117508





Phone

(+65)6770 5495

(+65) 6516 1675




Fax

(+65)6774 5754

(+65) 6872 6840




Email

linfj@ime.a-star.edu.sg

tslganyb@nus.edu.sg




2. FINANCIAL INFORMATION


A. Chapter funds (US $) on 1 January 2005: _ US$ 12,546.68 (converted from S$ 20,702.03 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65)


B. Income (US $) during 2005:


  1. Support from AP-S*: ___________NIL____________________




  1. Support from other IEEE Societies: _______NIL_____________




  1. IEEE Section support: US$ 1756.97 (rebate for Best Chapter and quick cheques, converted from S$2899.0 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65)




  1. Other support (specify):




  1. US$ 15,542.45 (Returns from PIERS 2003, converted from S$25,645.04 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65 )

  2. US$ 10,825.25 (Returns from IWAT 2005, converted from S$17,861.67 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65 )

  3. US$ 139.39 (DIRO Misc Payment from INFINEON TECHNOLOGY, converted from S$230 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65)



TOTAL INCOME: _ US$ 28,264.06__


* Include annual support, special-project support, travel grant support, Best Chapter Award support, and any other support from AP-S.




C. Expenditures (US $) during 2005: __________ US$ 25,294.65 ________


D. End of year balance (US $) as of 31 December 2005: ____US$ 15,516.09 (converted from S$ 25,601.56 @ US$1.00 to S$1.65)


3. CHAPTER ACTIVITIES DESCRIPTION

(This information is used in the selection of the Best Chapter Award).


3.1 Summary Information for 2005


A. Number of technical meetings (in which a technical presentation is made)


  1. Presentations from student members of your chapter: _ 0 _




  1. Presentations from non-student members of your chapter: _ 5 _

(A member of your chapter is one who belongs to the

AP-S Society and who lives within your Section. Do not

include IEEE Distinguished Lecturers)


  1. Presentations from outside speakers: _ 36 _

(This includes speakers from outside your chapter.

Do not include IEEE Distinguished Lecturers.)


  1. Presentations from IEEE Distinguished Lecturers: _ 5 _




  1. TOTAL numbers of technical meetings: _ 46 _



B. Average total attendance at the technical meetings: _ 34 _

(Average over all of the technical meetings held during the year.)


C. Number of non-technical (organizational) meetings held: _ 4 _


D. Number of workshops, short courses, or conferences organized or co-organized by your chapter:


2 workshops, 1 short course, 2 conferences.


E. Chapter Membership

  1. Membership head count as of January 1, 2005:

  2. Membership head count as of December 31, 2005:

  3. Change in membership (i.e., item two less item one):

  4. Number of members from academia as of December 31, 2005:

  5. Number of members from non-academic institutions as of December 31, 2005:



3.2 Technical Meeting Information for 2005 (use additional pages if necessary)


Note: For “Category”, please use the following:


S: speaker is a student member of the chapter

M: speaker is a non-student member of the chapter (but do not include IEEE Distinguished Lecturers)

O: speaker is from outside the chapter (but do not include IEEE Distinguished Lecturers)

D: speaker is an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer.






Title of Presentation/Name of Speaker

Attendance

IEEE

Members Other Total

Category



Enhancement of Overall Efficiency of Millimetre Wave Sources For Controlled Fusion Energy Research, Professor Amarjit Singh, Universtiy of Maryland, USA

22

18

40

O



Audiovisual Emotion Recognition, Professor Liyanage C De Silva, Institute of Information Sciences and Technology, Massey University, New Zealand

6

4

10

O



Microwave Devices Based on Composite Right/Left-Handed (CRLH) Transmission Line Metamaterials (under Distinguished Lecturer Program and co-sponsored by IEEE MTT/AP Chapter and IEEE EMC Chapter), Professor Tatsuo Itoh, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, USA

127

4

131

D



Design And Simulation Strategies For Multifunction And Mutiband Antennas For RF And Wireless Applications, Professor Raj Mittra, Electromagnetic Communication Lab, Penn State University, USA

20

15

35

O



Terahertz technology for Space and Terrestrial applications, Prof. Peter J. I. de Maagt, European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC), European Space Agency, Noordwijk, The Netherlands

10

15

25

O



REFLECTARRAY----Bandwidth and Efficiency, Professor Wen-Xun ZHANG, Southeast University, China

10

15

25

O



Probing Electronic Materials and Devices Using Microwave Near Field Technique, Professor Yijun Feng, Department of Electronic Science and Engineering, Nanjing University, China

5

8

13

O



Brief overview of IBM Research with a focus on millimeter wave circuit design in SiGe Technology, Brian Gaucher, Research Manager, IBM T.J. Watson Research, USA.


16

25

41

O



Antenna Technology Applied to Medicine, Prof. Koichi Ito, the Research Center for Frontier Medical Engineering as well as at the Faculty of Engineering, Chiba University.


9

12

21

O



Some Effective Methods on Microwave Integrated Structure Computation, Professor D. G. Fang, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China.


13

12

25

O



The Body-of-Revolution Method of Moments and its Applications, Professor D. G. Fang, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China


10

11

21

O



Smart Antennas and Their Challenges, Professor D. G. Fang, Nanjing University of Science and Technology, China

16

15

31

O



Simulation of Complex Antennas on Automobiles, Professor W. C. Chew, CCEML, ECE, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL 61801-2991, USA

16

17

33

O



Silicon-based RFICs for Broadband and Millimeter-wave Applications, Professor Huei Wang, Department of Electrical Engineering of National Taiwan University, Taiwan

31

27

58

O



A Finite Element Domain Decomposition Technique for the Analysis of Large Electromagnetic Problems, Professor Jin-Fa Lee, ElectroScience Lab., Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University

15

15

30

O



A Symmetric FEM-BEM Approach for Solving Electro-magnetic Problems, Professor Jin-Fa Lee, ElectroScience Lab., Dept. of Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University

15

13

28

O



Numerical Maxwell Model Based on 3D Simulations (NMM3D) for Volume and Surface Scattering, Dr. Yunhua Tan, Department of Electronic Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, China

12

6

18

O



Multiphysics Modeling with FEMLAB 3.1, Dr. Erik Danielsson, Field Application Engineer, Comsol AB, Sweden,

19

21

40

O




Compact and Broadband Microstrip Line Resonator Bandpass Filters, Professor Lei ZHU, School of Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

15

14

29

M



Antenna Issues in UWB Applications, Zhi Ning Chen, Radio Systems Department, Institute for Infocomm Research, Singapore

40

19

59

M




Towards Fully Integrated RF Front End  -  State of Art and Challenges Ahead, Dr Popov Alexandre, Laboratory of Micro Modules and Microsystems, Institute of Microelectronics, Singapore

40

19

58

M




Latest Evaluation and Design Tools for On-Body and Implanted RF Devices, Professor Niels Kuster, Director of the IT’IS Foundation, Professor of ETH Zurich, Switzerland

14

2

16

O




Interpretation and Analysis of Synthetic Aperture Radar Images, Professor CHONG Jinsong, Institute of Electronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences (IECAS), China

30

10

40

O




Inverse Problems in Electromagnetics, Dr. Xudong Chen, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA

15

5

20

O




Fiber to the X---An Overview of Network Requirements and Enabling Technologies, Prof. Wei-Ping Huang, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McMaster University, Canada

16

4

20

O




Multiple Scattering from Large Number of Cylinders Using Fast Multipole Accelerated Scattering Matrix Method, Institute of High Performance Computing (IHPC), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore

12

7

19

M




High Performance Indoor Wireless Communication Systems, Alex Wong and Dr. Michael Neve, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

14

7

21

O




IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecture on Modern Circulators and Isolators for Wireless, Automotive and MM-Wave Applications, Professor Lionel E Davis, UMIST, UK

30

11

41

D




Millimetre-Wave Focal Imaging And Their Applications, Professor Wenbin Dou, State-Key Laboratory of Millimeter Waves, Southeast University, Nanjing, P.R. China

20

10

30

O



Technical Aspect on FEKO and CADFEKO, Mr. MELCHIOR (MEL) Van Rooyen & Dr. Samuel Clarke, EM Software and Systems, ( 19 members + 11 guests)

19

11

30

O



Real Time Biosignal Acquisition and Analysis, Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn. Günter Edlinger, CEO, Guger Technologies OEG, Herbersteinstrasse 60, 8020 Graz, Austria

17

13

30

O



Research of Ultra-wide Band Radio Communication in Shanghai University, Professor Guoxin Zheng, Deputy Dean, School of Communication & Information Engineering, Shanghai University, P.R. China

10

2

12

O



Frequently Asked EMC Questions (and Answers), Elya B. Joffe, K.T.M. Project Engineering, Israel

20

10

30

O



Intentional Electromagnetic Interference (IEMI):The Threat and Protection Methods, Dr. William A. Radasky, Ph.D., P.E., Metatech Corporation in Goleta, California, USA

30

20

50

O



Characterization and Modeling of On-wafer Interconnects for RFICs, Dr.-Ing MA Jian-Guo, Associate Professor and Director, Center for Integrated Circuits & Systems, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

12

3

15

M



Microwave and Antennas Research in Harbin Institue of Technology (China), Professor Qun Wu, Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

11

20

31

O



The Life of James Clerk Maxwell (Part I), Dr. James C. Rautio, IEEE Fellow and IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Lecture, President of Sonnet Software, USA

20

42

62

D



Electromagnetics lecture (Part II), Dr. James C. Rautio, IEEE Fellow and IEEE MTT-S Distinguished Microwave Lecture, President of Sonnet Software, USA

20

42

62

D



Microwave and Millimeter-Wave Interconnects and Packaging, Professor Wolfgang Menzel, IEEE Fellow, University of Ulm, Germany

20

7

27

O



Order-of-Magnitude Improvement in Microwave Power Capacity of InGaP/GaAs HBT under Isothermal Pulsed Operation, Prof James C. M. Hwang, Lehigh University

10

8

18

O



WiseNET - An Ultralow-Power Solution for Wireless Sensor Networks, Prof. Christian Enz, Executive Vice President, Swiss Center for Electronics and Microtechnology (CSEM), Switzerland

10

10

20

O



Quasi-Planar Millimeter-Wave-Antennas, Professor Wolfgang Menzel, IEEE Fellow, University of Ulm, Germany

20

10

30

O



DML on Flip-Chip for Millimeter-Wave and Broadband Packaging, Professor Wolfgang Heinrich, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (FBH), Berlin/Germany

48

32

80

D



Automotive Radar and 77 GHz MMICs, Professor Wolfgang Heinrich, Ferdinand-Braun-Institut (FBH), Berlin/Germany

30

20

50

O



ACTIVE MICROSTRIP PATCH ANTENNA: A Discriminator as well, Professor B N Biswas, Director, Academy of Technology, India

10

10

20

O



Radio-over-Fiber Technologies for Optical Antenna Feeding in In-door High-speed Wireless Communication Systems, Dr. Michael Sauer, Corning Incorporated, Science and Technology, Corning, NY, USA

19

11

30

O


3.3 Summary of Workshops, Short Courses, and Conferences for 2005


Include below a list of each workshop, short course, or conference that was organized or co-organized by your chapter. Include the title of the event, the dates of the event, a description of the event, and an indication of the level of involvement of your chapter. Please be specific about the role of your chapter in the event.


Workshop 1: Singapore – France Workshop on MEMS


Date:

22 June 2005, Wednesday

Venue:

Auditorium, Tower Block, Level 3

Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology

71 Nanyang Drive

Singapore 638075

Participants:

150

IEEE Members:



Non-Members




Co-Organizers:

IEEE Singapore MTT/AP Chapter




This one-day workshop provided an excellent forum to interact and share ideas on the latest MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) related trends, technologies and breakthrough concepts. Technology innovators from the research community, industry pioneers and technopreneurs in Singapore and France gave speeches at this inaugural event.


Key topics addressed include

  • MEMS System Integration

  • RF MEMS and Systems

  • Optical MEMS

  • SAW Devices / High-Q Passives

  • Micro-power Generation

  • Microfluidics

  • Biomedical /DNA Analysis




Workshop Programme

Time

Details

8:30 am

Registration

9:00 am

Welcome Address by


Dr Lim Ser Yong, Acting Executive Director, SIMTech and


Mr Bernard Luciani, Counsellor for Culture, Science and Education, The French Embassy

9:15 am

Morning Technical Session I – Microsystems Integration


Dr Nicolas Sillon, CEA-Leti, France


Associate Professor Miao Jianmin, Nanyang Technological University


Dr Ramam Akkipeddi, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering


Dr Qasem Ramadan, Institute of Microelectronics

11:00 am

Tea Break

11:15 am

Morning Technical Session II – Micro-nano Fabrication Technologies


Mr J Anabarasu, Nano-Connections


Dr Wang Zhenfeng, SIMTech


Dr Saman Dharmatilleke, Institute of Materials Research and Engineering

12:30 pm

Lunch

1:30 pm

Afternoon Technical Session – MEMS Modelling and Characterisation


Dr Charlotte Gillot, CEA-Leti, France


Dr Hua Jinsong, Institute of High Performance Computing


Mr Sandipan Maity, Coventor

4:00pm

Tea Break

4:15 pm

Panel Discussion

5:00pm

End



Workshop 2: Workshop on Mesoscale and Microscale Integration for Emerging Microwave Applications


Date:

2 August 2005, Tuesday

Venue:

Auditorium, Tower Block, Level 3

Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology

71 Nanyang Drive

Singapore 638075

Participants:

41

IEEE Members:



Non-Members




Co-Organizers:

Organized by IEEE Singapore MTT/AP Chapter



Co-Organized by





Speakers

Prof Lionel E Davis, UMIST, UK

Mr Richard Gruenwald, EPCOS Singapore

Dr Li Er Ping, IHPC

Dr Guo Lihui, IME

Dr Guo Yongxin, I2R

A/P Ooi Ban Leong, National University of Singapore

Dr Popov Alexandre Pavlovich , National University of Singapore

Dr Uppili Sridhar, Maxim Integrated Products

Dr Albert Lu, SIMTech


Summary

This one-day workshop provided an excellent forum to interact and share ideas on the latest trends, technologies and breakthrough concepts in emerging microwave applications. For the first time in Singapore, this workshop infused the Distinguished Microwave Lecture with presentations from technology leaders.

Key topics addressed include smart antennas and multi-mode networks, mixed-signal and wireless applications, MEMS device and fabrication technologies, metamaterials and advanced composite materials and multiphysics and multiscale modeling techniques.

 

Workshop Programme

- IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecture on Modern Circulators and Isolators for Wireless, Automotive and MM-Wave Applications

by Prof Lionel E Davis, UMIST, UK

 

Abstract

The widespread use of isolators and circulators, and their advantages, are well known. However, during the rapid expansion of wireless systems, the development of automotive radars and the move up the electromagnetic spectrum towards terahertz systems, comparatively little attention has been given to the integration of isolators and circulators. The lecture will describe new solutions and miniature components and discuss novel approaches, choices of materials and technologies. Recent theoretical developments, experimental results and design trade-offs will be discussed including cost, size and bandwidth. For example: advances in low-temperature co-fired ceramic (LTCC) technology may enable the realisation of 900MHz lumped-element circulators with a volume of a few cubic millimeters. Also, advances in self-biasing ferrites may eliminate the need for external magnets thus providing size and cost benefits for planar integrated circulators up to and beyond 77GHz. At millimetric and sub-millimetric wavelengths it may be possible to replace ferrite parts with semiconductor parts, which in principle would offer a route to full on-chip integration of circulators. The lecture will focus on wireless and automotive applications, but will discuss a broader range of novel developments should these be appropriate to the audience interest. The lecture will be constantly up-dated to keep abreast of the continuing advancements being made in this field.


About Prof Lionel E Davis


Lionel Davis is Professor Emeritus at the University of Manchester. He obtained the BSc(Eng) degree from the University of Nottingham, and the PhD and DSc(Eng) degrees from University College London. He joined Mullard (now Philips) Research Laboratories (1959-1964)and then Rice University, Houston, Texas (1964-1972). Returning to the UK, he joined Paisley College, Scotland (1972-1987) where he was Professor and Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering. He was also Dean of Engineering for five years. He was appointed Professor of Communication Engineering in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics at UMIST in 1987, and was Head of Department from January 1993 - December 1995. His research interests are broadly in the area of electromagnetics, microwave and millimetre-wave components and materials. His teaching interests (undergraduate and postgraduate) are in the areas of transmission lines, electromagnetic waves, microwave engineering and microwave materials, and he has also taught circuit theory and electromechanical energy conversion at undergraduate levels. He has been a visiting professor at University College London, University of California San Diego, University of Queensland and, more recently, the University of Houston, Texas. Professor Davis was the Principal Investigator of an EPSRC Joint Infrastructure (JIF) Award of £1.9M to establish an "Electromagnetics Centre for Microwave and Millimetre-wave Design and Applications". Professor Davis has recently been elected as a Distinguished Microwave Lecturer by the (USA) IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society for the period 2003 – 2005.

Workshop ramme

9.00 am Registration

9.25 am Welcome Address by

Dr Lim Ser Yong, Acting Executive Director, SIMTech

A/P Ooi Ban Leong, Chairman, IEEE MTT-S Singapore Chapter

9.30 am Morning Technical Session I

- IEEE Distinguished Microwave Lecture on Modern Circulators and Isolators

for Wireless, Automotive and MM-Wave Applications by Prof Lionel E Davis,

UMIST, UK

- Advanced Passive Integration for Wireless Applications by Mr Richard

Gruenwald, EPCOS Singapore

11.00 am TEA BREAK

11.30 am Morning Technical Session II

- Advanced Modeling and Simulation and Grid Computation for Electromagnetic

and Microwave Applications by Dr Li Er Ping, IHPC

- Mesoscale Integration using Composite Materials by Dr Albert Lu, SIMTech

12.30 pm LUNCH

1.30 pm Afternoon Technical Session I

- Wafer-Transfer-Technology for Applications of High GHz Frequency and

Microscale Integration by Dr Guo Lihui, IME

- Characterization and Design of Planar UWB Antenna by A/P Ooi Ban Leong,

NUS

- Radio-over-fibre Techniques for Broadband Wireless Communication Systems

by Dr Guo Yongxin, I2R

3.00 pm TEA BREAK

3:30 pm Afternoon Technical Session II

- Film Bulk Acoustic Wave RF Resonators and Filters by Dr Uppili Sridhar,

Director, MEMS, Maxim Integrated Products

- Towards Fully Integrated RF Front End, State of Art and Challenges Ahead by

Dr Popov Alexandre Pavlovich , NUS

- Panel Discussion

5.00 pm End of the workshop
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