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    July 31, 2020 August 31, 2020 September 11, 2020
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    September 20, 2020
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    September 29, 2020
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    October 20, 2020

TODAY 2020. 11. 30

ICCE-Asia 2020


Plenary Speakers

Prof. Wen-Chung Kao (IEEE Fellow)

[Nov. 2(Mon) 11:00-11:30]

Recent Advances in Electronic Paper Technology

The electronic paper made by electrophoretic display has been successfully used in e-books and other consumer products. Although the electronic paper possesses numerous advantages in contrast to other displays, the progress of developing the color electronic paper appears extremely limited. Recently, the next generation of color electrophoretic materials has been proposed. But the drive scheme of the new color electronic paper and the corresponding signal processing engine have not been well studied accordingly. In the talk, Prof. Kao will share the latest developments in this field and propose interesting novel topics for future research.

Prof. Wen-Chung Kao received the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in electrical engineering from National Taiwan University, Taiwan, in 1992 and 1996, respectively. From 1996 to 2000, he was a Department Manager at SoC Technology Center, ERSO, ITRI, Taiwan. From 2000 to 2004, he was an Assistant Vice President at NuCam Corporation in Foxlink Group, Taiwan to lead the R/D Division to develop digital cameras. In 2002, he was invited to form SiPix Technology Inc., Taipei, Taiwan, where he was in charge of setting up the research team of the company and studying flexible electronic paper. Since 2004, he has been with National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), Taipei, Taiwan, where he is currently a Chair Professor at Department of Electrical Engineering and the Dean of College of Technology and Engineering. His current research interests include system-on-a-chip (SoC) as well as embedded software design, flexible electronic paper, machine vision system, digital camera system, and color imaging science. Currently, he serves as a Senior Editor of IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics, VP of International Affairs in IEEE Consumer Electronics Society, and VP of Conferences in IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society. He is a Fellow of IEEE.

Dr. Bumsuk Kim (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd)

[Nov. 2(Mon) 11:30-12:00]

Samsung Electronics System LSI Technologies

Samsung CMOS image sensors have evolved for 20 years based on pixel technologies. We have focused mainly on mobile applications like smart phones. Therefore, most important part was how to shrink pixel pitch maximizing sensitivity and SNR performances such that we could increase resolution at same optical format. Two key points of pixel performance improvement for smaller pixels are sensitivity and crosstalk. Although CMOS image sensors started based on standard CMOS process for lower cost, unique technologies have been developed for best pixel performances. The representative ones are gap-less microlens, light-guide, BSI (back-side illumination), DTI (deep trench isolation, aka ISOCELLTM), and so on. Color filters also had to be improved for better patterning and transmittance spectra. Recently, ISOCELL Plus technology was developed to enhance sensitivity of pixels less than 0.8μm, where color filters are isolated by low RI materials. We are getting more and more interested in image sensors for invisible region (IR, UV) considering various applications other than mobile camera. The role of cameras equipped with image sensors is increasing, and new technology development is very important.

Bumsuk Kim was born on November 3, 1971 in Seoul Korea. He received B.S. degree, M.S. degree, and Ph. D degree in physics from SNU (Seoul National University), Seoul, Korea, in 1995, 1997, and 2003, respectively. In 2003, he joined pixel development group in Image development team, System LSI business, Samsung Electronics. Since 2003, he has participated in development of every pixel generation (4.0um to 0.8um) for Samsung CMOS image sensor, including FSI, light-guide, BSI, and ISOCELL pixels. He published 14 technical papers and filed 34 U.S. patents. His specialties are to design optical structure of CMOS image sensor pixels and to develop optical performance.

Dr. Stefan Mozar (IEEE Fellow)

[Nov. 2(Mon) 17:10-17:40]

The Consumer Driven Energy Revolution

Consumer energy demands are revolutionizing the way we need to think and consume energy. The technologies created for consumers, is changing the way consumer live and interact with our environment. Our demand for mobile energy is rapidly increasing, and our considerations of the environmental impact are often misleading. Over the whole of life cycle, electric cars are still are not as environmental friendly as assumed or marketed. Converting energy for mobile devices is not efficient. Current technologies, can make a household independent of the energy grid, but many commercial solutions are not as environmental friendly as they could be. This presentation will provide an overview of these issues.

Dr. Mozar is president of the IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society, and a Past President of the IEEE CT Society. He is the Past Chair of the IEEE Life Science Initiative. He has held many leadership roles in the IEEE, and has significantly contributed towards establishing conferences around the world for the IEEE. He has been a member of several company startups, and is working as an independent consultant and educator. He is an Adjunct Professor at Guangdong University of Technology, China. He currently resides in Sydney, Australia.

Dr. Seung-Jong Choi (LG Electronics)

[Nov. 2(Mon) 17:40-18:10]

AI Chip Solutions and the Product Innovation

IT industry has been making great efforts to provide the innovation. Recently, the transition to the era of AI (artificial intelligence) is rapidly going on, and AI technology is being applied to the virtually most of services and products. The big wave behind these activities would be to meet demands for the increasing expectation of user experiences through the customer-tailored evolution.

Global top players such as Google and Amazon provide the speech recognition solutions to maintain and widen their platforms. Even more sophisticated image recognition and context understanding are also emerging to provide more advanced user experiences. On the other hand, AI technology has a great potential to innovate the fundamental performances of products. For example, the picture and sound quality of TV can be revolutionized with AI, and the energy efficiency of home appliance products can be improved with AI.

LG has been successfully launching various market-leading products such as OLED TV, and home appliances. As a system design/manufacturing company, LG has strong advantages for making innovative customer-tailored products with AI utilizing huge amount of accumulated data on products so far. This talk introduces LG AI R&D activities and achievements mainly focusing on the AI chip solution, which plays a crucial role for products to be intelligent.

Dr. Seung-Jong Choi has been at LG Electronics since 1989, and is presently a Senior Research Fellow. His main research activities has been related with TV system including HDTV, 3DTV, smart TV and UHD TV. He has been leading multiple generation of TV SoC solutions and successfully applied them to the LG TV products contributing LG to be the global top player in TV industry. Currently, he is the task leader to strengthen OLED TV SoC and to exploit the next-generation computing solutions.

Dr. Choi received the B.S. degree from Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea, in 1987, the M.S. degree from Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Taejon, Korea, in 1989, and Ph.D. degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY, in 1996, all in electrical engineering. His doctoral research topic was on video compression and video signal processing.

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