2023 2nd International Conference on Optoelectronic Information and Functional Materials (OIFM 2023)

Keynote Speakers

Prof. Yabo Fu

Taizhou University, China


Biography: Dr. Yabo Fu is a professor and supervisor of Taizhou University. He graduated from Dalian University of Technology with a doctorate in engineering. He is an innovative and entrepreneurial talent of "500 elites" in Taizhou and a high-level talent of "Xiongzhen Talents" in zhenhai district, Ningbo. Prof. Yabo Fu won the third prize of Zhejiang Science and Technology Award (technological invention) as the first finisher, the second prize of China Nonferrous Metals Industry Science and Technology Progress Award (organized by China Nonferrous Metals Association and China Nonferrous Metals Society), and the fifth finisher won the gold medal of the 44th Geneva International Invention Exhibition. Thirty papers included in SCI have been published, including 3 TOP journals and 1 highly cited paper. Six invention patents were authorized, two were transferred, and a textbook "Practical Course of Nondestructive Testing" was published. Hosted and participated in 6 national provincial and municipal projects, and the funds for hosting and participating in provincial and ministerial projects and horizontal projects of enterprises amounted to more than 4 million yuan. He is a director of the Heat Treatment Branch of Zhejiang Mechanical Engineering Society, a member of the Environmental Protection Academic Committee of China Nonferrous Metals Society, and a member of China Materials Research Society.

Research Area: 

1. Research and application of aluminum bronze with high toughness and wear resistance, titanium bronze with high strength and high elasticity instead of beryllium bronze, and copper, chromium and zirconium with high strength and high conductivity;

2. Study on gradient microstructure preparation and green heat treatment of copper alloy, aluminum alloy and titanium alloy;

3. Design of compound mixing equipment and recycling of waste solid.

Title:Design and preparation of titanium bronze for electronic contacts

Abstract: As a high-strength and high elastic copper alloy, titanium bronze is widely used in the field of electronic contacts. In this study, the effects of element content and heat treatment process on the mechanical and electrical properties of Titanium Bronze were studied. The hardness, tensile strength and conductivity were characterized by hardness tester, universal testing machine and eddy current testing instrument. The research shows that the comprehensive mechanical and electrical properties obtained after solid solution + cold rolling + aging treatment are greatly improved. Moreover, according to the research on the processing technology of alloy samples, it is found that the cold rolling treatment has a great improvement on the hardness and tensile strength of Titanium Bronze.

Dr. Harikrishnan Santhanam

Kings Engineering College, India


Biography: Dr. S. Harikrishnan received his B.E. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from University of Madras, in 2002; M.E. and Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from Anna University, in 2007 & 2015, respectively. He is the Professor & Head at the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Adhi College of Engineering & Technology, Chennai, India. He is an active teacher and researcher in phase change materials, nanofluids, supercapacitor and energy conservation techniques. He has published more than 47 papers in reputed journals and conferences in the above fields. He has served as panel session chair, reviewer and editor for international conferences.

Research Area: 

1. Phase change materials; 

2. Nanofluids; 

3. Supercapacitor; 

4. Energy conservation techniques

Prof. Tingchao He

Taizhou UniversityCollege of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering, Shenzhen University, China


Biography: He Tingchao is a full professor at the School of Physics and Optoelectronic Engineering, Shenzhen University. He received his Ph. D. degree from the Department of Physics of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. He once visited the Institute of Molecular Science of National Research Institute in Japan and did postdoctoral research in Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. His current research focuses on ultrafast optical and chiral optical behaviors of new semiconductor materials. As the first author or corresponding author, He has published nearly 100 papers in academic journals, such as in Science Adv., Nature Commun., Adv. Mater., Nano Lett., ACS Nano, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. He is a Topic Editor for the Journals Frontiers in Chemistry and Photonics.

Research Area: 

1. Ultrafast optical ;

2. Chiral optical behaviors of new semiconductor materials;

Title: Spectroscopic properties of chiral semiconductors

Abstract: Chiral semiconductors have important application prospects in many fields such as spintronics, 3D display, nonlinear optics, circular polarization detector. This report will introduce our recent research progress in chiral semiconductor materials. First, I will introduce the synthesis and chiral mechanism of traditional chiral semiconductor nanocrystals, such as chiral CdSe/CdS, CdTe/CdS, transition metal oxide and silicon. Second, I will discuss the intrinsic chirality and surface ligand-induced chirality of chiral perovskite nanocrystals. Finally, I will discuss the applications of chiral semiconductors in heavy metal ion sensing, biological applications, second harmonic generation and chiral polymerization.

A. Prof. Zhengji Xu

Sun Yat-sen University, China


Biography:  Associate Professor Xu Zhengji is a bachelor, doctor and postdoctoral researcher in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and also a research scientist at the Microelectronics Research Institute (IME) of the Science and Technology Research Council of Singapore (ASTAR). He is the project leader of the youth project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, "Research on Germanium-based Planar Optical Materials and Their Applications".

Research Area: 

1. Micro-nano optoelectronic device and its manufacturing process

2. Plane optics

3. Artificial intelligence nanophotonics

4. Measurement and sensor technology