Faculty Profile
  LIN Fujiang
Department: Department of Electronic Science and Technology
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Department of Electronic Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China, 443 Huangshan Rd, Hefei, Anhui, PR China
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Research Profile

 Lin Fujiang, male, born in 1958, currently works as a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Information Science and Technology, University of Science and Technology of China (USTC). Lin is a scientist in the field of microwave / microelectronics. In 2010, Lin was selected into the list of candidates of the Recruitment Program of Global Experts of China also called the “Thousand Talents Program”. Under such a program, Lin was introduced from Singapore to work at USTC. Prof. Lin is currently the Executive Director of the Department of Electronic Science and Technology, USTC.
     Lin was enrolled into the Department of Radio Electronics of USTC in 1977, the year when the suspended National College Entrance Exam was resumed in China. Lin received his B.S. and M.S. degrees from USTC in 1982 and 1985 respectively. In 1986, Lin was sent to Germany for further study sponsored by the government. In 1993, Lin received his Ph.D. from the University of Kassel, Germany. In 1995, he joined the Institute of Microelectronics (IME), Singapore, as a Member of Technical Staff, where he pioneered practical RF modeling for RF integrated circuit (IC) development. In 1999, he joined HP EEsof, as the Technical Director, where he established the Singapore Microelectronics Modeling Center, providing accurate state-of-the-art device and package characterization and modeling solution service worldwide. From 2001 to 2002, he started up and headed Transilica Singapore Pte. Ltd., a research and development design center of Transilica Inc., a Bluetooth and IEEE 802.11 a/b wireless system-on-chip (SoC) company. In 2002, he joined Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd., as Director, where he led the SPICE modeling team in support of company business. In 2003, he re-joined IME, Singapore as Senior Member of Technical Staff and Principle Investigator for upstream R&D initiative and leadership towards NANOELECTRONICS - THE NEXT WAVE. 
     Prof. Lin has long been engaged in cross-disciplinary research on microwave / microelectronics, being an influential scholar in this field internationally. Prof. Lin has served IEEE activities in different functions since 1995 including chair of the Singapore Microwave Theory and Techniques (MTT)/Antennas and Propagation (AP) Chapter, reviewer board member for the IEEE Microwave Theory and Techniques Society (MTT-S), and Technical Program Committee (TPC) member of RFIC. He is the initiator and co-organizer of series IEEE international symposium, workshops and short courses such as Radio-Frequency Integration Technology (RFIT). He was the recipient of the 1998 Innovator Award presented by EDN Asia Magazine. Prof. Lin has authored or coauthored over 100 scientific papers. He also jointly holds five patents.
Selected Publications
1) A Low Power 60 GHz OOK Receiver with an On-Chip Antenna in 90nm CMOS , IEEE JSSC , 2010 , Vol. 45, No. 9
2) A New Six-port Transformer Modeling Methodology Applied to Power 60 GHz CMOS ASK Transmitter Designs , IEEE T-MTT , 2010 , Vol.58, No. 2
3) A Low Power 60GHz OOK Transceiver System in 90nm CMOS with Innovative On-Chip AMC Antenna , IEEE A-SSCC , 2009 ,
4) Integrated Millimeter-Wave On-Chip Antenna Design Employing Artificial Magnetic Conductor , IEEE RFIT , 2009 ,
5) A Low Power Noncoherent CMOS UWB Transceiver , IEEE RFIC , 2005 ,
6) Scalable Transmission Line and Inductor Models for CMOS Millimeter-Wave Design , IEEE T-MTT , 2008 , Vol. 56, No. 12
7) An Analog Correlator with Dynamic Bias Control for Pulse Based UWB Receiver in 0.18μm CMOS Technology , IEEE RFIC , 2006 ,
8) A 0.18µm CMOS Dual-Band UWB Transceiver , IEEE ISSCC , 2007 ,
9) A CMOS Carrier-less UWB Transceiver for WPAN Applications , IEEE ISSCC , 2006 ,
Recruitment information
Have good knowledge and education back ground in either electromagnetic field theory and microwave technology or microelectronic device physics and integrated circuit design