TechTalk: Frequency-Temperature Relations of Novel Cuts of Quartz Crystal for Sensor Applications

On 15th May 2020 at 3:00 PM (Malaysian Standard Time GMT + 08:00), the IEEE Sensors and Nanotechnology Joint Councils Chapter organized a webminar on the Frequency-Temperature Relations of Novel Cuts of Quartz Crystal for Sensor Applications on Cisco Webex.


The guest speaker for this session is Professor Dr. Ji Wang. Professor Wang has been a Qianjiang Chair Professor at Ningbo University since 2002 and the founding director of the Piezoelectric Device Laboratory. Professor Wang has been working on acoustic waves in piezoelectric solids for resonator design and analysis in his research with international patents and over 130 journal papers. The webinar turned had 307 participants registered.

Participants during the seminar

Overall, we had around 95 participants both Webex and Youtube who joined the webinar. The participant where from all over the world, eg: we had participants from India, US, Pakistan, Peru, Ecuador and etc.

Prof Wang explanation on the frequency-temperature curve of BAW sensor

This webinar is designed for researchers to expand their knowledge in the area of nanotechnology. The talk was held for more than 1 hours as the Q&A session was long because participants was very interested in the topic and many questions was raised.

Reported by
Amardeep Singh Dhillon A/L Gurdir Singh
SB Engagement Coordinator, Central 1 Region – IEEE Malaysia Section
Ambassador – IEEE PES Young Professional (YP), Malaysia Section
Ambassador, IEEE Monash University Student Branch – IEEEXtreme 14.0, Malaysia Section
Malaysia Section Lead – IEEEXtreme 14.0 Public Relations Team

Edited by,
Ivan Ling

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