報告題目： Progress and Advances ofWireless Charging Technology
報 告 人： 英國利物浦大學 周加峰博士、Senior Lecturer
技術支持：IEEE APS Beijing Chapter（IEEE天線與電波傳播學會北京分會）
URSI Commission B（國際無線電科學聯盟中國委員會電磁場與波專委會）
Theidea of wireless power transfer by radio waves was proposed more than onehundred years ago. Wireless charging technology has been used for manyapplications nowadays, but the technology has been far from mature and perfect.The real world applications of wireless charging still have great limitations.This talk will introduce the progress and advances of wireless chargingtechnology in the areas of Internet of Things (IoT), mobile phones, drones,electrical vehicles, wearable and implantable devices etc. One main focus ofthe talk is how to develop high efficiency and high reliability wirelesscharging systems.
Dr.Jiafeng Zhou is with the Department of Electrical Engineering & Electronicsat the University of Liverpool, UK since 2013. He has performed research on RFcircuit design, radio signal receiving and transmitting for 15 years. Duringhis PhD study at the University of Birmingham, UK, he implemented one of theworld’s smallest superconducting RF resonators and filters. After completingPhD, Dr. Zhou carried out research in the University of Birmingham to designadvanced components for phased-array antennas for radio astronomy. Then hejoined the University of Bristol, UK, where he developed power amplifiers withindustrial leading performances for Toshiba. He is with the Department ofElectrical Engineering and Electronics, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UKsince 2013. He is now a Senior Lecturer. Dr. Zhou is currently an executivemember of the IET Electromagnetics Professional Network and the IET Internet ofThings Professional Network. He in on the editorial board of Wireless Powertransfer (Cambridge Press) and International Journal of RF and MicrowaveComputer-Aided Engineering (Wiley) etc. His current research interests includemicrowave devices for satellite and wireless communication systems, wirelesspower transfer and energy harvesting for sensor networks, wearable andimplantable devices.