江簡富 Jean-Fu Kiang

國立台灣大學電機工程學系 教授
台大教職員工文康活動推行委員會主任委員(2005-)
台大研發處創新育成組組長(2005-2008)
台大創新育成中心主任(2005-2008)
Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University
Chairman, Commission on Faculty and Staff Extracurricular Activities (2005-)
Director, Division of Innovation and Incubation, Office of Research and Development (2005-2008)
Director, NTU Innovation Incubation Center (2005-2008)

主要研究領域:

電磁應用與系統: 電波傳播、天線及陣列、射頻模組、衛星導航及遙測。

Major Research Areas:

Electromagnetic applications and systems: wave propagation, antennas and arrays, RF modules, satellite navigation and remote sensing.

研究領域摘要:

電磁應用與系統: 電波傳播、天線及陣列、射頻模組、衛星導航及遙測。

Research Summary:

He has applied different ideas, theories and methods to explore various electromagnetic phenomena and possible applications. In recent years, he studied how to merge multiple modes in a dielectric resonator antenna to increase its bandwidth (2007- 2009); how a tsunami wave perturbs the ionosphere and affects the GPS signals, leading to a method to detect a tsunami within 15 minutes of occurrence (2009); how to design 3D miniaturized broadband antennas with size of λ/10 (2010, 2011); how to improve the accuracy of a differential GPS system to within a few cm at a distance of 100 km from the reference station, leading to one possible application to measure the real-time wind field within a typhoon (2011); how to optimize a large phased array with tens of thousands of antenna elements by using evolutionary algorithms (2013-2015); how to reconstruct a better image of a celestial object 60 million light-years from the Earth, based on very-long baseline interferometry (2014); how to design super-lenses with meta-materials to achieve a resolution of λ/30 (2014); how to simulate wave propagation in the lower atmosphere, considering the effects of refractivity profile inversion and turbulence, under different weather conditions (2014); how to model the synchronization among an array of coupled oscillators originally operating at different frequencies (2014, 2015); how to reconstruct high-fidelity microwave images of multiple underground objects (2014, 2015); how to simulate wave scattering by a very large rough surface (2015); how to compensate for the coupling among antennas in an array to improve the direction-of-arrival estimation to within 0.1 degree, even from directions far away from normal incidence (2015).

Details of these topics and other interesting explorations are available at the website:

http://cc.ee.ntu.edu.tw/~jfkiang/selected_publications.html

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