2024 4th International Conference on Electronic Materials and Information Engineering (EMIE 2024)




Prof. Wenjie Feng

South China University of Technology, China

Profile: Feng Wenjie, male, born in January 1985, graduated from Nanjing University of Science and Technology in October 2013 with a doctor's degree in engineering. Now he is a professor and doctoral supervisor of School of Telecommunications, South China University of Technology. He used to be Deputy director of the Key Laboratory of Electromagnetic Simulation and Radio Frequency Sensing of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, National Youqing (2018). His main research area is microwave/millimeter wave circuits and devices. He has won the second prize of Science and Technology of Jiangsu Province in 2015, the second Prize of Science and Technology Progress of Chinese Society of Electronics in 2021, the Outstanding Young Backbone Teacher of Jiangsu Province "Blue Project" in 2017, and the ACES-China Young Scientist Award in 2018.

Presiding over more than 10 projects such as the National Natural Science Foundation and national key research and development projects, and 4 enterprise horizontal project, he has published more than 230 papers in international journals and conferences, including more than 150 SCI journal papers (more than 70 IEEE Transactions papers) and more than 4300 Google academic citations. He has been selected as a highly cited scholar of Elsevier China for many years in a row. He has been authorized more than 30 national invention patents, and currently serves as the deputy editor of 4 SCI journals, and the TPC Chair and Session Chair of many international academic journals and international conferences.


Prof. Yun Wang

Samueli School of Engineering, University of California, Irvine

Profile: Dr. Wang is interested in multi-phase multi-component transport, CFD, batteries, fuel cells, computational modeling, thermo-fluidics, and turbulent combustion.

Dr. Wang's work emphasizes exploration on fundamentals of the physicochemical processes in advanced energy systems. His current research activities focus on the computational modeling and experimental diagnostics of polymer electrolyte fuel cells (PEFCs). He has proposed a comprehensive PEFC model fully coupling flow, transport, and electrochemical processes as well as including a detailed MEA (membrane electrode assembly) model. Additionally, Dr. Wang has pioneered a 3D dynamic model that accounts for key transient processes within PEFCs, such as gas transport, water accumulation in the membrane, and electrochemical double-layer discharge. His recent work investigated the microstructures of carbon papers and carbon clothes and proposed a structure-performance relationship of gas diffusion layers, which is one step toward developing a science-based framework fortheselection of materials for next-generation, high-performance gas diffusion media.