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Research on Terahertz Wireless Link Performance
Release time:October 10, 2019

Topic: Research on Terahertz Wireless Link Performance

Speaker: Prof. Jianjun Ma, Beijing Institute of Technology

Time: 10:00 am, October 11

Venue: F708, New Main Building


Wireless communication systems at the Terahertz frequency spectrum have seen growing interest in recent years due to their larger bandwidth and higher directionality compared to our present cellular networks. This leads to an increasing capacity and higher security in Terahertz links, such as short range and ultra-high speed wireless communications, intra-body sensors for biomedical applications, and secure data transfer for military and defense. In this talk, I will present our work on link performance in different scenarios physical layer security, and Terahertz devices.

Biography of the Speaker:

Jianjun Ma is a prefessor and tutor for PhD students at Beijing Institute of Technology. He obtained his doctoral degree in Applied Physics from New Jersey Institute of Technology and Rutgers University, USA, in 2015, and during which he worked as a visitor at Nokia Bell Labs. He was a postdoctoral researcher at the Daniel Mittleman Group of Brown University from 2016 to 2019. He has been with the School of Information and Electronics of Beijing institute of Technology since June 2019.

Prof. Ma’s research mainly focuses on Terahertz wireless communication. He has carried out a series of cutting-edge exploratory research on indoor and outdoor channel modeling, channel security enhancement, high-rate communication technology and other aspects and has achieved a series of results. His work was reported by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory and IEEE Spectrum and was honored with the 2017 World Technology Award in the field of Communications by World Technology Network (WTN).

Prof. Ma has published more than 30 papers in core journals such as Nature and Nature Communications and many top-level conferences. He has served as a reviewer for international journals such as Nature, Nature Photonics, Optics Letters and Optics Express, an associate editor of NNOA, and a member of the ICQNM committee. He was invited to make reports in several international conferences such as ICAIT and EMN Meeting.

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