Technical Program

(Updated on April 21, 2024)

Time Room A Room B Room C Room D (Hybrid Space) A-METLAB

Wednesday, May 8

 9:20-9:30   Workshop 1: World Prospects of Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer
09:30-11:45 WPT School
11:45-12:45 Lunch Break
 12:45-13:00 Lunch Break
13:00-14:00 WPT SchoolWPT School  
14:00-17:25 Workshop 2: Semiconductor devices and circuit design technologies for future wireless power transfer systems
17:25-17:45  
17:45-18:00  
18:00-19:30   Welcome Reception

Thursday, May 9

09:00-09:30 Opening Ceremony
09:30-10:30 Plenary Talks
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00-11:30 Keynote 1 THB2: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 1 THC2: Near-field WPT1
11:30-12:30 THA2: Advances in WPT Circuits and Systems (I)
12:30-12:45    
12:45-13:30 Panel Session 1
13:30-13:45   Student Competition (SWPC)
13:45-15:00      
15:00-16:30 THA3: Advanced Control Methods for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems (Special Session) THB3: Wireless Power Beam Forming and Steering Technology (Special Session) THC3: Far-field WPT1
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break  
17:00-18:30 THA4: WPT Devices for EV and High Voltage Applications THB4: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 2 THC4: Near/Far-field WPT

Friday, May 10

09:00-10:30   WPT Demonstrations by Advanced Exhibitors
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00-11:30 Keynote 2 Keynote 3 Keynote 4
11:30-12:30 FRA2: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 3 FRB2: Advances in WPT Circuits and Systems (II) FRC2: Far-field WPT2
12:30-12:45  
12:45-13:30 WIE: Women in Engineering
13:30-14:15 FRD1: Poster Session 1  
14:15-15:00
15:00-16:30 FRA3: Industrial Keynote FRB3: High Performance Microwave and RF Power Rectification Techniques (Special Session) FRC3: Energy Harvesting/Scavenging
16:45-18:05
No Sessions (Bus Transportation to Banquet Location)
18:15-20:30 Conference Banquet (at HEIAN JINGU SHRINE Restaurant & Banquet Hall)

Saturday, May 11

09:00-10:30 SAA1: Acoustic, Optical, Solar and Omni-Directional Transfer SAB1: Technologies for Wireless Power Transfer and its Applications SAC1: Near-field WPT2
10:30-11:00 Coffee Break  
11:00-11:30 Keynote 5 Keynote 6 Keynote 7
11:30-12:30 SAA2: Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Charging (Special Session) SAB2: High Power and Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Technology SAC2: High Power Transfer and Detection on Inductive Coupling
12:30-12:45    
12:45-13:30 Panel Session 2 Panel Session 3
13:30-13:45 SAD1: Poster Session 2  
13:45-15:00  
15:00-16:30 SAA3: Advancing Wireless Power to the Next Level (Special Session) SAB3: Near-field WPT3 SAC3: Microwave Power Transmitter, Rectifier, Backscattering, and RFIDs
16:30-17:00 Coffee Break  
17:00-18:30 Closing Session

Thursday, May 9

May 9,   9:00 – 9:30   [Room A]
Opening Ceremony


May 9,   9:30 – 10:30   [Room A]
Plenary Talks
Plenary 1:
Sustainable Humanosphere with Solar Power Satellite
Prof. Hiroshi Matsumoto, Kyoto University, Japan
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Plenary 2:
Wireless Charging Applications in Materials Handling and Transportation
Prof. Grant Covic, Auckland University, New Zealand
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May 9,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room A]
Keynote 1
International regulations on Wireless Power Transmission (WPT)
Mr. Satoshi Kobayashi, Advisor, YRP R&D Promotion Committee, Japan
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May 9,   11:00 – 12:30   [Room B]
THB2: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 1

THB2.1 Experimental Verification of EMI Reduction in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer System Using Soft-Switching Active Bridge Converter (BPA Finalist)
Ryohei Okada (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Ryosuke Ota (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan); Masahiro Misaka and Nobukazu Hoshi (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Daiki Satou (Tokyo Denki University, Japan); Hiroyasu Kobayashi (Chiba University, Japan)

THB2.2 Interleaved Boost Converter Integrated Inductive Power Transfer System for Wireless Vehicle Charging Applications
Ashutosh Rai (Indian Institute of Technology Mandi, India); Narsa Reddy Tummuru and Venkat Ratnam Vakcharla (IIT Mandi, India)

THB2.3 Low-Order Harmonic Mitigation for Inductive Wireless Power Transfer Using a Three-Phase Meander Coil Topology
Pablo Briceno and Alan J Watson (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Jon Clare (The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Patrick Wheeler (Unviersity of Nottingham, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Prasanth Venugopal and Thiago Batista Soeiro (University of Twente, The Netherlands)

THB2.4 Series Series Compensation Topology for Load Independent Current and Voltage Output in Wireless Power Transfer System
Kirshan Kumar Gautam and Amitabh Chatterjee (Shiv Nadar Institution of Eminence Deemed to Be University, India); Dinkar Prasad (Shiv Nadar University, India)

THB2.5 A Tunable Active Clamping Source Based High Frequency Single-Switch Resonant Gate Driving Circuit With Duty Cycle and Frequency Modulation Capability
Wei Liu (Shanghai Jiaotong University, China); Yongzhi Zhu and Ming Liu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

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May 9,   11:00 – 12:30   [Room C]
THC2: Near-field WPT1

THC2.1 10 kW Small-Gap Wireless Power Transfer System With Asymmetric Pads for Electric Vehicles
Sunghyuk Choi (Seoul National University, Korea (South)); Euihoon Chung (Myongji University, Korea (South)); Gyu Cheol Lim and Taesuk Joung (Seoul National University, Korea (South)); Jung-Ik Ha (Seoul Nat’l University, Korea (South))

THC2.2 Optimal Design of a Wireless Power System With the Filter Theory
Cheng Peng (UESTC, China); Zhizhang (David) Chen (Dalhousie University, Canada)

THC2.3 Study on Estimating the Full Mutual Inductance Information in Multi-Receiver Wireless Power Transfer Systems
Minseok Kang (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Korea (South)); Mingi Kim (Samsung Electronics, Republic of Korea); In Gwun Jang (KAIST, Korea (South))

THC2.4 Electric Field Energy Harvesting From High-Voltage Power Lines for Batteryless LoRaWAN
Thomas Micallef (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada); Xiaoqiang Gu (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ke Wu (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)

THC2.5 Comparative Analysis and Design of Class-E Inductive and Capacitive Power Transfer Systems for Non-Mating Connectors
Nathis Côte and Nicolas Garraud (CEA, France); Leo Sterna (CEA Leti Grenoble, France); Pierre Périchon (CEA, France); Francois Frassati (CEA, LETI, Minatec, France); Sébastien Boisseau (CEA, France)

THC2.6 Selective Activation of Transmitter Coils to Reduce Leakage Magnetic Fields in Wireless Power Transfer Systems With Multiple Transmitters
Sungryul Huh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea (South)); Seongho Woo (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Hyunsoo Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Korea (South)); Seungyoung Ahn (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South))

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May 9,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room A]
THA2: Advances in WPT Circuits and Systems (I)

THA2.1 Development of Experimental System for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Utilizing Circular Motion
Takachika Hatano and Daiki Satou (Tokyo Denki University, Japan); Ryosuke Ota (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan); Hiroyasu Kobayashi (Chiba University, Japan); Shigeo Masukawa (Tokyo Denki University, Japan)

THA2.2 A Highly Integrated Design of Dual-Band HF Band (13.56MHz) / UHF Band (915MHz) Rectifier for Wireless Power Transfer
Chien-Chin Huang (Institute of Electronics Engineering at National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan & Fitipower Integrated Technology Inc., Taiwan); Ta-Jen Hsu (Institute of Electronics Engineering at National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.); Hsin Chen (Department of Electrical Engineering, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.); Jui-Chen Lin (Institute of Electronics Engineering at National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan.)

THA2.3 Highly Integrated Wireless Power Transfer System for an Inductive Electrically Excited Synchronous Machine
Andreas Baehr and Holger Ahlborn (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Simon Knecht (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany); Nejila Parspour (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

THA2.4 Calorimetric Measurement of Losses in Nanocrystalline Cores
Alexander K Bailey (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Wenting Zhang, Seho Kim and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

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May 9,   12:45 – 13:45   [Room B]
Panel Session 1: Addressing the Challenges Faced by the Wireless Power Industry
Organizer: Dinesh Kithany (Wired & Wireless Technologies (WAWT), United Kingdom)
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May 9,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room A]
THA3: Advanced Control Methods for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems (Special Session)

THA3.1 Mutual Inductance Estimation of SS-IPT Systems With Physics-Informed Neural Network
Liping Mo, Xiaosheng Wang and Yibo Wang (CityU, Hong Kong); Chaoqiang Jiang (City University of Hong Kong, China)

THA3.2 Suppression of Leakage Current in DWPT Systems Using 3-Legged Inverters by Pulse Width and Phase Adjustment
Yusaku Takagi (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Tatsuya Yanagi (ROHM Co., Japan); Sakahisa Nagai, Toshiyuki Fujita and Hiroshi Fujimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

THA3.3 A Novel Approach for Mutual Inductance Estimation in Wireless Power Transfer
ZhengHua Nie (ShenZhen University, China); Kaiwen Chen and Xiaodong Yang (College of Mechatronics and Control Engineering, China); Jianfei Pan (Shenzhen University, China)

THA3.4 A Comparative Study on Magnetic Flux Density Distribution in Wireless Charging Chambers Using Rotational Method
Kaiyuan Wang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Rui Liang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong); Zhen Sun, Yao Wang and Yun Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

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May 9,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room B]
THB3: Wireless Power Beam Forming and Steering Technology (Special Session)

THB3.1 Improved Cross-Helix Array With Efficient 360-Degree Steerable WPT for Solar Power Satellite
Neil Buchanan (Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Yat Hin Chan (Queens University Belfast & ECIT, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Hossein Mardani (Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Raymond Dickie (Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Frank Schoofs (Satellite Application Catapult, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dmitry E Zelenchuk (Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

THB3.2 Effect of Antenna Position Deviation of Large-Scale Phased Array and Its Compensation via Retro-Reflective Beamforming for SSPS
Xin Wang (Chongqing University, China); Jialin Cao (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China); Huaiqing Zhang (Chongqing University, China); Xinbin Hou (China Academay of Space Technology, China); Mingyu Lu (West Virginia University Institute of Technology, USA)

THB3.3 A Scalable Wireless Power Transmission System and Its Target Tracking Beaming Using a Direction of Arrival Estimator
Sang-Hwa Yi (Korea ElectroTechnology Research Institute, Korea (South)); Wonseob Lim (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Korea (South)); Kyoung-Joo Lee (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, KERI, Korea (South)); Jeong P Kim (ChungAng University, Korea (South))

THB3.4 Decomposition and Compromise of Microwave Power Beam Steering Error
Shi-Wei Dong (National Key Laboratory of Space Microwave Technology, China); Ying Wang (China Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an), China); Huijie Yang (China Academy of Space Technology Xian, China); Qiaoshan Zhang (Xian Institute of Space Radio Technology, China); Weigang Zhao and Xinyu Su (China Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an) & National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Space Microwave, China); Yazhou Dong (National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Space Microwave, China); He Bai (CAST Xi’an, China)

THB3.5 A Beamforming Antenna Using Analog Phase Shifter for 5.7GHz RF Wireless Power Transfer System
Shota Futamata and Norimasa Nakashima (Fukuoka Institute of Technology, Japan)

THB3.6 Realizing Interference-Free Far-Field Measurement of Large-Scale Energy Emission Arrays With Photonic Antennas
Weigang Zhao and Xinyu Su (China Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an) & National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Space Microwave, China); Ying Wang (China Academy of Space Technology(Xi’an), China); Feng Gao (China Academy of Space Technology, China); Shi-Wei Dong (National Key Laboratory of Space Microwave Technology, China); Chongdi Duan (Xi’an Institution of Space Radio Technology, China)

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May 9,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room C]
THC3: Far-field WPT1

THC3.1 Analysis and LEDs Illumination Using Wi-Fi Tethering of Novel Crossed Dipole Rectenna Array (*Invited)
Tamami Maruyama (National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College, Japan); Olan Heinen and Noa Ebita (National Institute of Technology Hakodate College, Japan); Masashi Nakatsugawa (National Institute of Technology, Hakodate College, Japan); Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan); Noriharu Suematsu (Tohoku University, Japan)

THC3.2 The Mitigation of Received Power Variation From Same-Frequency Sources by Binary Phase Shift Keying Modulation
Pin-Yun Su, Bo-Chen Chen and Hsin-Chia Lu (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

THC3.3 Experimental Validation of the Dynamics of the Both-Sides Retrodirective Antenna Array System
Charleston Dale M. Ambatali and Shinichi Nakasuka (The University of Tokyo, Japan); Bo Yang and Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto University, Japan)

THC3.4 LUT-Based Transmit Mode Calibration Complexity Reduction Method for Wireless Power Transfer
Young-seok Lee, Taeyeong Yoon, Sanghun Lee and Minje Kim (Seoul National University, Korea (South)); Jaesup Lee (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, Korea (South)); Jungsuek Oh and Sangwook Nam (Seoul National University, Korea (South))

THC3.5 Optimum Feeding Strategy for Agile Wireless Powering by Large, High-Directivity Time-Modulated Arrays
Enrico Fazzini (Università di Bologna, Italy); Tommaso Tiberi (University of Bologna, Italy); Alessandra Costanzo (DEI, University of Bologna, Italy); Diego Masotti (University of Bologna, Italy)

THC3.6 Development of Air-Core Beamforming Antenna With 24 GHz Band 25 W Class Power Feed Circuit
Takayuki Matsumuro (ATR, Japan); Kazunobu Serizawa (Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International, Japan); Satoru Shimizu, Susumu Ano and Ryo Goto (ATR, Japan); Takashi Tomura (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

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May 9,   17:00 – 18:30   [Room A]
THA4: WPT Devices for EV and High Voltage Applications

THA4.1 General Dynamic Gyrator Models for Transient Analysis of IPT (*Invited)
Hanzalah Mariam Hashmi (GIST, Korea (South)); Syed Ahson Ali Shah (Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Chun Taek Rim (GIST, Korea (South))

THA4.2 Nanocrystalline Core Loss in High Power IPT Systems for EV Charging Applications
Wenting Zhang, Seho Kim, Duleepa J Thrimawithana and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Lei Zhao (Chongqing University, China); Zongzhen Li (Jiangsu JITRI Advanced Energy Materials Research Institute, China)

THA4.3 Thermal Analysis of the Encapsulation of Resonance Circuit Modules for the Paving Into Electric Road Systems
Maximilian Kneidl, Daniel Gömmel, Sophia Jordan and Michael Masuch (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany); Joerg Franke (FAPS, Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany); Alexander Kuehl (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany)

THA4.4 Thermal Modelling of IPT Coil Embedded in Resin for the Roadway
Naoya Sasa and Takahiro Yamahara (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Seho Kim (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Takehiro Imura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Yoichi Hori (Tokyo University, Japan); Hiroyuki Mashito and Hiroki Tanaka (Toa Road Corporation, Japan)

THA4.5 6.78 MHz Compact Wireless Power Transfer System With Voltage Conversion From 400 V to 48 V and Integrated PCB Coils
Tim Krigar and Martin Pfost (TU Dortmund, Germany)

THA4.6 Thermal Modelling of Resonant Capacitor Boards for Inductive Power Transfer Systems
Alexander K Bailey (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Johnny Wong (Fisher & Paykel Healthcare, New Zealand); Seho Kim, Willsen Wijaya and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

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May 9,   17:00 – 18:30   [Room B]
THB4: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 2

THB4.1 Wireless Electric Road Systems – Technology Readiness and Recent Developments (*Invited)
Andreas Wendt (Electreon Germany GmbH, Germany); Maximilian Arnold (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Germany); Oren Ezer (Electreon Wireless LTD, Germany); Axel Hoppe (Institut für Automation und Kommunikation e. V. Magdeburg, Germany); Masaki Kanesaki (DENSO Corporation, Germany); Maximilian Kneidl (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität, Germany); Thorsten Kurpat (TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Europe GmbH, Germany); Alexander Kuehl (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg, Germany); Masato Maemura (TOYOTA Motor Corporation, Japan); Michael Masuch (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany); Alexander Pöllauer (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Germany); Robert Schmidt (DENSO Automotive Deutschland GmbH, European Union); Håkan Sunderlin (Electreon AB, Germany); Nobuhisa Yamaguchi (DENSO CORP., Japan)

THB4.2 High-Performance Multi-MHz Dynamic Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer System Using Asymmetric Couplers
Syed Saeed Rashid, Dheeraj Etta, Sounak Maji and Khurram K Afridi (Cornell University, USA)

THB4.3 Basic Study on Transmission Power Enhancement in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems Using Circular–Solenoid Multi-Coil
Harutaka Suzuki and Ryosuke Ota (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)

THB4.4 A New Current-Fed Inductive Wireless Charging Transmitter for Large-Scale EV In-Motion Wireless Charging Infrastructure
Mckay Waite, Regan Zane and Hongjie Wang (Utah State University, USA)

THB4.5 Proposed Method of Embedding Transmission Coils in Reinforced Concrete Pavement With Resin Pavement Material in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer
Kaito Matsuo and Takehiro Imura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Yoichi Hori (Tokyo University, Japan)

THB4.6 Power Stabilization of Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer System With Grid-Connected Photovoltaic and DC Bus Voltage Control
Nozomi Murayama and Takehiro Imura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Yoichi Hori (Tokyo University, Japan)

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May 9,   17:00 – 18:30   [Room C]
THC4: Near/Far-field WPT

THC4.1 Beyond Rectification: Passive Backscattering Modulation (*Invited)
Simon Hemour (University of Bordeaux, France); Raphaël Dauny (IMS Laboratory CNRS Bordeaux INP University of Bordeaux, France); Xiaoqiang Gu (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

THC4.2 Room-Sized Helmholtz-Type Resonator for Ubiquitous Wireless Power Transfer
Pavel Belov (ITMO University, Russia & Harbin Engineering University, Qingdao Innovation and Development Center, China); Aigerim Jandaliyeva, Nikita Mikhailov, Andrey Vdovenko, Mikhail Siganov, Evgenii Maiorov, Pavel Seregin and Alena Shchelokova (ITMO University, Russia)

THC4.3 Coils Parallelization: A Strategy for Improving Power Transfer Efficiency and Specific Absorption Rate in Wireless Power Transfer System for Implantable Medical Devices
Ali Nezaratizadeh, Sultan Mahmud and Adam Khalifa (University of Florida, USA)

THC4.4 Experiments on WPT Feedback Control in WPT and Communication System Based on Base Station (BPA Finalist)
Yuta Nakamoto (Softbank Corp., Japan); Naoki Hasegawa (Softbank, Japan); Takashi Hirakawa (SoftBank Corp., Japan); Yuki Takagi (Softbank corp., Japan); Yoshichika Ohta (Softbank Corp., Japan)

THC4.5 Dynamic Wi-Fi Channel Switching Based on Frequency Characteristics for Wireless Power Transfer
Akihiro Imae and Sinya Tamaki (NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories, Japan); Satoshi Narikawa (NTT Access Network Service Systems Laboratories & NTT Corporation, Japan)

THC4.6 Diode Selection Strategies of RF Power Harvester to Improve Temperature Resilience of Battery-Free Wireless Sensing
Xiaoqiang Gu (University of Bristol, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Roni Khazaka (McGill University, Canada); Ke Wu (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)

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Friday, May 10

May 10,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room A]
Keynote 2
Blueprint for Infinite Drive: Mastering the Optimal Location of In-Motion WPT for Electric Vehicles
Prof. Yudai Honma, The University of Tokyo, Japan
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May 10,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room B]
Keynote 3
On fundamental, methodology and prototype of OMEGA-SSPS via MPT
Prof. Baoyan Duan, Xidian University, China
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May 10,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room C]
Keynote 4
Listening to the Whispers: Enhanced SWIPT Wake-Up Receiver for IoT Sensors
Prof. Dominique Schreurs, KU Leuven, Belgium
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May 10,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room C]
FRA2: Static and Dynamic Wireless Charging 3

FRA2.1 A Self-Resonant Litz-Based Cable for Inductive Power Transfer
Artur M Benedito Nunes (University of Warwick, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Dorian Vargas-Reighley (Electric Green Ltd, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ashkan D Hajiloo (Enertechnos Ltd, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Richard McMahon (University of Warwick, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

FRA2.2 Differential Inductive Positioning System for Wireless Charging as Extension for the Standards to a Multi Ground Assembly Parking Spot With “No Preselection” as Enabler for Market Breakthrough
Mike Boettigheimer (MAHLE International & GmbH, Germany); Timo Lämmle (MAHLE International GmbH, Germany); Andreas Wendt (Electreon Germany GmbH, Germany); Simon Joos (MAHLE Powertrain GmbH, Germany)

FRA2.3 Impedance Based Interoperability Comparison of Active and Passive Rectification Topologies for Wireless EV Charging Systems
Denis Kraus (Siemens AG, Germany); Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Martin Pavlovsky (Siemens AG, Germany); Morris Kesler and Oguz Atasoy (WiTricity Corporation, USA)

FRA2.4 Improving the Effective Range of a Through the Soil Long Range Wireless Power Transfer System Using a Marx Inverter Topology
Christopher S Johnson, Michael Tidwell, Tyler Marcrum, William Stump and Charles W Van Neste (Tennessee Technological University, USA)

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May 10,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room B]
FRB2: Advances in WPT Circuits and Systems (II)

FRB2.1 Optimal Design of Decoupling Networks to Improve MIMO Microwave Wireless Power Transfer
Charleston Dale M. Ambatali and Shinichi Nakasuka (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

FRB2.2 MPPT-Controlled Adaptive Reconfigurable 5.8GHz RF Energy Harvesting Front-End in 65nm CMOS
Aristotle Lopez and Louis Alarcón (University of the Philippines Diliman, Philippines)

FRB2.3 Optimized Design and Performance Analysis of 13.56 MHz Printed-Circuit-Board Resonators for Efficient Wireless Power Transfer
Jiayang Wu and Kerui Li (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Siew-Chong Tan (Hongkong University, Hong Kong); Ron Hui (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

FRB2.4 An Interleaved Class-E Resonant Inverter With Wide-Range Load for a Single-Stage Wireless DC Motor Drive
Lai Ching-Ming, De-Tai Lin and Hao-En Liu (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan); Xin Chen and Chi K. Tse (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

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May 10,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room C]
FRC2: Far-field WPT2

FRC2.1 A 6-Element Helical Retrodirective Array for High Power Wireless Power Transmission
Hossein Mardani (Queen’s University of Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Neil Buchanan (Queens University Belfast, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

FRC2.2 Computational Study of Transmitting Phased Array Antennas for WPT Demonstration Satellite Experiment
Koutarou Matsumoto, Sr (Kyoto University & Research Institute for Sustainable Humanosphere Shinohara Labratory, Japan); Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto University, Japan); Koji Tanaka (Institute of Space and Astronautical Science, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Japan)

FRC2.3 The Novel Flexible Fresnel Lens on PET Substrate
Amit Kumar Baghel (AVENIDA DE ARTUR RAVARA 4 1ESQ & IT AVEIRO, Portugal); Nuno Borges Carvalho (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal); Pedro Pinho (UA – Universidade de Aveiro & IT – Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal)

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May 10,   12:45 – 14:15   [Room B]
WIE: Women in Engineering
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May 10,   13:30 – 15:00   [Room D (Hybrid Space)]
FRD1: Poster Session 1

FRD1.1 Development of 2.4 GHz Phased Array Transmitter for Wireless Power Transfer
Yi-Ju Yang, Yi-Liang Chen, Bang-An Liu, Jau-Horng Chen and Yi-Jan Emery Chen (National Taiwan University, Taiwan)

FRD1.2 Experimental Study of Realizing a Low-Noise Injection-Locked Magnetron Based on a Switch-Mode Power Supply
Shaoyue Wang, Xiaojie Chen, Yan Zhao, Haoming He, Zhongqi He, Hai Huang, Liping Yan and Changjun Liu (Sichuan University, China)

FRD1.3 On-Body Flexible Energy Harvesting Antenna Design Aided by Characteristic Mode Analysis
Furong Yang and Chaoyun Song (King’s College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Kai Xu (Kings College London, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

FRD1.4 Design of a Capacitive Power Transfer System With Tolerance of Large Coupling Variations
Liang Huang and Zhuang Xu (University of Nottingham Ningbo China, China)

FRD1.5 Conductive and Capacitive Properties of Couplers Under Seawater for Electric Wireless Power Transfer
Ning Li and Kosuke Iguchi (Tokyo University of Technology, Japan); Xuefeng Liu (Tokyo Woman’s Christian University, Japan); Atsushi Shirane and Kenichi Okada (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan); Takeshi Shinkai (Tokyo University of Technology, Japan)

FRD1.6 Cryogenic Inductive Power Transfer System
Matthew G. S. Pearce, Aaron Wadsworth and Duleepa J Thrimawithana (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

FRD1.7 An Investigation on Coil-Splitting Based Multi-Channel Wireless Power Transfer
Xuke Chen and Wenxing Zhong (Zhejiang University, China)

FRD1.8 Live Coupling Coefficient Calculation Method for Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer With Multiple Receivers
Aris van Ieperen (University of Antwerp, Belgium); Stijn Derammelaere (University of Antwerp – Flanders Make, Belgium); Ben Minnaert (University of Antwerp, Belgium)

FRD1.9 Design and Demonstration of the Volumetric Resonator With Uniform Magnetic Field Distribution for Wireless Power Transfer
Aigerim Jandaliyeva, Andrey Vdovenko, Mikhail Siganov, Mikhail Udrov, Leila Suleiman, Pavel Seregin, Alena Shchelokova and Pavel Belov (ITMO University, Russia)

FRD1.10 Integrated Shielding and Energy Harvesting by an Optimized Near-Field Metamaterial-Based System
Francesca Benassi (University of Bologna, Italy); Alessandra Costanzo (DEI, University of Bologna, Italy); Diego Masotti, Leonardo Sandrolini and Mattia Simonazzi (University of Bologna, Italy)

FRD1.11 Integration of Solar Energy and Power Management in Portable Transmitter for WPT
Henrique F Chaves (Universidade de Aveiro & Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal); Nuno Borges Carvalho (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal)

FRD1.12 Simultaneous Wireless Power and Information Transfer System With Capacitive Coupler Based on Differential Diplexer
Masahiro Shibata, Yasumasa Naka and Masaya Tamura (Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan)

FRD1.13 Measurement of Electrical Characteristics of Vehicle Body Toward Capacitive Power Transfer Through Automotive Paintings
Stephane Ken Yagi (Utsunomiya University, Japan); Hirohito Funato (Utsunomiya University 7-1-2 Yoto, Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan)

FRD1.14 Quasioptical Double-Lens 3-m Wireless Power Transfer at 28 GHz With Corrugated Horns
Ricardo A. M. Pereira (University of Aveiro, Institute of Telecommunications, Portugal); Helder Morais and Martinho M. Oliveira (University of Aveiro, Portugal); Nuno Borges Carvalho (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal)

FRD1.15 Synchronous Tuning of Self-Oscillating for Electrical Coupled Bidirectional Wireless Power Transfer System
Min Sun and Xin Dai (Chongqing University, China); Yanling Li (Xihua University, China); Shijun Zhao (Chongqing University, China)

FRD1.16 Computational Study of Microwave Beam Forming for Wireless Power Transfer on Flight-Formation Small-Satellite Experiment
Taichi Onishi (Kyoto University, Japan)

FRD1.17 Multi-Object Charging in Room-Sized Weakly Coupled WPT System
Nikita Mikhailov, Marina Abrosimova, Aigerim Jandaliyeva, Mikhail Siganov, Pavel Belov and Alena Shchelokova (ITMO University, Russia)

FRD1.18 Selective Microwave Wireless Power Beaming for Multiple Devices Using Backscatter CDMA
Yuki Tanaka (Panasonic System Networks R&D Lab.); Hiroshi Sato (Panasonic Corporation, Japan); Hikaru Hamase, Takuma Ikeda and Hiroyuki Tani (Panasonic Holdings Corporation, Japan); Manabu Gokan (Panasonic Corporation, Japan); Yoshio Koyanagi (Panasonic, Japan)

FRD1.19 Design of Wireless Power Transfer Cage for Uniform Magnetic Field to Implantable Medical Devices Mounted on Animals
Haerim Kim, Sanguk Lee and Jaewon Rhee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Sungryul Huh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea (South)); Youbin Jun (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Korea (South)); Seungyoung Ahn (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South))

FRD1.20 Design of a Compact Rectangular Three-Phase Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Receiver for Compatibility With a Preexisting Transmitter
Aaron D Brovont, Dionysios Aliprantis, Vatan Mehar and Steven Pekarek (Purdue University, USA)

FRD1.21 Recurrent Neural Network-Based Charging Model of Supercapacitor for Far-Field Wireless Power Transfer
Haowen Cai (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University & Southeast University, Hong Kong); Wei Lin and Qinwei Pan (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong)

FRD1.22 Analysis and Design of Domino Inductive Power Transfer System With Enhanced Quasi-Load-Independent Constant Current Output
Kaiyuan Wang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Junxiang Yang (University of Science and Technology of China, China); Zhen Sun, Junming Zeng and Yun Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

FRD1.23 Boosting RF-DC Rectification via Bias Voltage
Tingxi Liang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou), China); Chi-Yuk Chiu (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong); Sanjay Gupta (AirFuel Alliance, USA); Danny H.K. Tsang (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (Guangzhou), China)

FRD1.24 Analysis of Near-Field Magnetic Flux in the Three-Dimensional Wireless Power Transmitter
Kerui Li and Jiayang Wu (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Yun Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Ron Hui (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

FRD1.25 Surface Wave Power Transmission Excited on Metal Wires by Capacitive Couplers
Takanori Washiro (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation, Japan)

FRD1.26 Wireless Power Transfer Model Based Estimation of Rotor Current and Temperature for Inductive Electrically Excited Synchronous Machines
Andreas Gneiting, Felix Dominik Burkard, David Maier and Jannis Noeren (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Nejila Parspour (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

FRD1.27 Energy Harvesting Feasibility for Safety Belt Buckle
Johan Bjurström, Elof Köhler and Henrik Staaf (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB, Sweden); Tomas Björnfot (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB); Dimitar Kolev (Grubi Labs, Sweden); Stefan Nord and Mikael Andersson (Autoliv, Sweden); Erik Kling (Revibe Energy AB, Sweden); Cristina Rusu (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Sweden)

FRD1.28 Enhancing Wireless Power Transfer Efficiency for Implantable Medical Devices Using Metamaterial
Sultan Mahmud, Ali Nezaratizadeh and Adam Khalifa (University of Florida, USA)

FRD1.29 Position and Attitude Error Forecasting Technology of Microwave Power Transmitting Arrays for Space Solar Power Station
Xinyu Su and Weigang Zhao (China Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an) & National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Space Microwave, China); Shi-Wei Dong (National Key Laboratory of Space Microwave Technology, China); Ying Wang (China Academy of Space Technology(Xi’an), China); Yingbin Wang (China Academy of Space Technology( Xi’an), China); Weiwei Wang (China Academy of Space Technology(Xi’an), China); Chongdi Duan (Xi’an Institution of Space Radio Technology, China)

FRD1.30 A Novel Architecture of Retro-Reflective Beamforming for Wireless Power Transmission
Yi Jiang, Xin Wang and Huaiqing Zhang (Chongqing University, China); Bowen Zhu (Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China); Mingyu Lu (West Virginia University Institute of Technology, USA)

FRD1.31 Highly Integrated Wireless Power Transfer System for an Inductive Electrically Excited Synchronous Machine (BSPA Finalist)
Andreas Baehr (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

FRD1.32 Experimental Verification of EMI Reduction in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer System Using Soft-Switching Active Bridge Converter (BSPA Finalist)
Ryohei Okada (Tokyo University of Science, Japan)

FRD1.33 Basic Study on Transmission Power Enhancement in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems Using Circular–Solenoid Multi-Coil (BSPA Finalist)
Harutaka Suzuki (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan)

FRD1.34 Electric Field Energy Harvesting From High-Voltage Power Lines for Batteryless LoRaWAN (BSPA Finalist)
Thomas Micallef (Polytechnique Montréal, Canada)

FRD1.35 An Ambient Energy Harvesting Interface for Battery-Free Wireless Sensor Nodes (BSPA Finalist)
Chi-Wei Liu (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

FRD1.36 Enhanced Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Exploiting Over-The-Air Pulse Shaping (BSPA Finalist)
Khodr Hammoud (KU Leuven, Belgium)

FRD1.37 Single-Stage Wireless Charger With High Power Factor Input (BSPA Finalist)
Tuan M. Nguyen (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology & Pasco, Vietnam)

FRD1.38 A High-Dynamic Range 5.8 GHz Band 1 W Rectifier MMIC With Low Threshold Voltage GaAs GADs (BSPA Finalist)
Yuya Hirose (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan)

FRD1.39 High Dynamic Range 920 MHz Band Low Power Rectenna With Low Threshold Voltage GaAs GADs (BSPA Finalist)
Taiki Hirase (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan)

FRD1.40 Power Efficient Simultaneous Wireless Information Transception and Power Reception Through an Isolation Barrier (BSPA Finalist)
Lukas Hüssen (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

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May 10,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room A]
FRA3: Industrial Keynote Session
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May 10,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room B]
FRB3: High Performance Microwave and RF Power Rectification Techniques (Special Session)

FRB3.1 All-Polarized Wideband Rectenna Array for Omnidirectional Wireless Energy Harvesting
Jianwei Jing, Liping Yan and Changjun Liu (Sichuan University, China)

FRB3.2 Accuracy Improvement of Impedance Measurement for Nonlinear Devices
Chang Ge (Tohoku University, Japan); Qiaowei Yuan (Tohoku Institute of Technology, Japan); Qiang Chen (Tohoku University, Japan)

FRB3.3 Study of High Efficiency Thin Barrier AlGaN/GaN Schottky Barrier Diodes and Rectifiers
Ce Wang (Sichuan University, China)

FRB3.4 900 MHz RF Power Rectifier Based on Ultra-Low Turn-On Voltage Quasi-Vertical GaN Schottky Diode
Xiaochen Yu (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan & University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ya-Xun Lin, Ivona Z. Mitrovic and Steve Hall (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Der-Sheng Chao and Jenq-Horng Liang (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan); Yi Huang (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (Great Britain)); Ta-Jen Yen (National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan); Jiafeng Zhou (University of Liverpool, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

FRB3.5 A Compact High-Efficiency Wideband Watt-Level RF Rectifier for Microwave Power Transfer
Haokun Zhang (Chongqing University, China); Daotong Li (Kyoto University, Japan); Zhihui Wang and Lanlan Yang (Chongqing University, China); Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto University, Japan); Ying Liu (Chongqing University, China)

FRB3.6 Design Method of High Efficiency Rectenna for Microwave Power Transmission
Katsumi Kawai, Bo Yang, Tomohiko Mitani and Naoki Shinohara (Kyoto University, Japan)

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May 10,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room C]
FRC3: Energy Harvesting/Scavenging

FRC3.1 Spatial Power-Splitting Metasurface for Simultaneous Wireless Information and Power Transfer (*Invited)
Fan Yu and Xuexia Yang (Shanghai University, China)

FRC3.2 Enhancing RF Energy Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer With GAN-Optimized 3D Quasi-Yagi Antenna
Yudi April Nando and Wan Young Chung (Pukyong National University, Korea (South))

FRC3.3 An Ambient Energy Harvesting Interface for Battery-Free Wireless Sensor Nodes
Chi-Wei Liu, Cong-Sheng Huang, Wen-Po Lo and Po-Hung Chen (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

FRC3.4 Energy Harvesting From AM Broadcasting Radio Waves With High-Q Ferrite Rod Antenna and High-Efficiency Rectifier Designed Using Simple Equation-Based Model
Koji Kotani, Takao Komiyama, Yasunori Chonan and Hiroyuki Yamaguchi (Akita Prefectural University, Japan)

FRC3.5 Gate-Folded Triboelectric Energy Harvester for Intelligent Tires
Sobhan Sepehri (Research Institutes of Sweden – RISE AB, Sweden); Henrik Staaf (RISE, Sweden); Elof Köhler (RISE Research Institutes of Sweden AB, Sweden); Edoardo Trabaldo (RISE AB, Sweden); Mika Penttilä and Leena Ryynänen (Nokian Tyres Plc, Finland); Cristina Rusu (RISE ICT, Sweden)

FRC3.6 DisCoBeam for Future WPT Applications (BPA Finalist)
Tien Manh Nguyen (California State University in Fullerton, USA); Charles Lee (California State University Fullerton, USA); Roy Nakagawa and Ching-Yao Tony Tang (The Aerospace Corporation, USA); Sam Behseta (California State University in Fullerton, USA)

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Saturday, May 11

May 11,   9:00 – 10:30   [Room A]
SAA1: Acoustic, Optical, Solar and Omni-Directional Transfer

SAA1.1 Enhanced Indoor Light Energy Harvesting Exploiting Over-The-Air Pulse Shaping (BPA Finalist)
Khodr Hammoud (KU Leuven, Belgium); Mingqing Liu (Tongji University, Belgium & KU Leuven, Belgium); Zhuangzhuang Cui, Dominique Schreurs and Sofie Pollin (KU Leuven, Belgium)

SAA1.2 Development of Omnidirectional Wireless Power Transfer Based on Axial Magnetic Quadrupole Mode of Dielectric Resonator
Polina Kapitanova and Esmaeel Zanganeh (ITMO University, Russia)

SAA1.3 Improving Metrics for Laser Power Beaming
Thomas J. Nugent, Jr. (PowerLight Technologies, USA)

SAA1.4 Temperature-Dependent Performance of Acoustic Power Transfer Through Metal
Bibhu Kar (Laboratory for Microactuators, IMTEK, University of Freiburg, Germany); Miguel Angel Rodriguez Carrillo (University of Freiburg & IMTEK, Germany); Ulrike Wallrabe (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany)

SAA1.5 Optical Wireless Power Transfer Network System for Multiple AE Sensors
Duchang Heo, Keedong Yang and Sungsoo Choi (Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute, Korea (South)); Sang-Hwa Yi (Korea ElectroTechnology Research Institute, Korea (South))

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May 11,   9:00 – 10:30   [Room B]
SAB1: Technologies for Wireless Power Transfer and its Applications

SAB1.1 An Ultra-Wide Bandwidth With Compact Size Implantable Antenna for Health Monitor Microsystem
DucDung Nguyen (University of Soongsil & BWERC, Korea (South)); Choi Yunsung (Soongsil, Korea (South)); WonHo Jang (Korea Radio Promotion Association, Korea (South)); Chulhun Seo (Soongsil University, Korea (South))

SAB1.2 Single-Core Dual Coils in Wireless Power Transfer Systems With Force Display Functions
Ryoichi Okubo, Atsuhiro Yamaguchi, Daisuke Kobuchi, Zhengdong Lin, Tomohiro Morinaga, Hiroyuki Morikawa and Yoshiaki Narusue (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

SAB1.3 Wireless Power Transmission for Left Ventricular Assist Devices: Advancements, Challenges, and Future Directions
Tommaso Campi (University of Rome Sapienza, Italy); Silvano Cruciani (Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy); Francescaromana Maradei (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Andrea Montalto (Cardiac Surgery and Heart Transplantation, Italy); Mauro Feliziani (University of L’Aquila, Italy)

SAB1.4 Photodynamic Therapy With Wireless Power Transfer for Deep Organ Cancer Application
Hayato Abe and Takehiro Imura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Yoichi Hori (Tokyo University, Japan)

SAB1.5 Cancellation of Magnetic Field Leakage in Fundamental and Harmonic Components for Inductive Power Transfer Systems
Daisuke Kobuchi, Zhengdong Lin, Hiroyuki Morikawa and Yoshiaki Narusue (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

SAB1.6 Receiver Capacitor Selection Method for Reducing Leakage Magnetic Field in Double-Sided Wireless Power Transfer System
Hyunsoo Lee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Korea (South)); Seongho Woo (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Sungryul Huh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea (South)); Sanguk Lee, Changmin Lee and Jaewon Rhee (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Youbin Jun (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Korea (South)); Seungyoung Ahn (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South))

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May 11,   9:00 – 10:30   [Room C]
SAC1: Near-field WPT2

SAC1.1 Misalignment-Tolerant Coils for a Robust Wireless Power Transfer System (*Invited)
Heng-Ming Hsu (National Chung-Hsing University, Taiwan); Chiang Ya-Lun (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

SAC1.2 A Solenoid Magnetic Coupler With a Rotating Magnetic Field for UAVs Wireless Charging
Tianxu Feng, Yuxiang Peng, Ke Shi, Jincheng Jiang, Peiyue Wang and Changrong Lv (Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China)

SAC1.3 Magnetic Field Analysis of Curved-Surface Coils for High-Spatial-Freedom WPT
Ruihan Ma, Shuang Li, Yu Xiao, Ming Liu and Chengbin Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAC1.4 Development of WPT Systems for Railway Vehicles and Study for Low-Frequency Application
Hiroshi Yoda (Railway Technical Research Institute, Japan)

SAC1.5 High-Frequency Load-Independent Wireless Power Charging System
Jiaxin Yan, Wenqi Zhu, Akihiro Konishi and Kien Nguyen (Chiba University, Japan); Xiuqin Wei (Japan); Hiroo Sekiya (Chiba University, Japan)

SAC1.6 Wireless Power Supply for Driving UV Lamps Based on Autonomous Push-Pull Converter With Additional Bias Network
Zhenchao John Zhang (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Zhenghao Zhu (Xi an Jiaotong University, China); Mingdong Han, Anglin Li, Laurence Li and Aiguo Patrick Hu (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

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May 11,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room A]
Keynote 5
Toward 7G Wireless Information and Power Transfer: 1G Mobile Power and 6G Mobile Communications
Prof. Bruno Clerckx, Imperial College London, UK
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May 11,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room B]
Keynote 6
Foreign Object Detection in Wireless Power Transfer Systems and an Outlook of the Future of Wireless Power Transfer
Dr. Chris Mi, Fellow IEEE & SAE
Distinguished Professor
Director, Caili & Daniel Chang Center for Electrical Transportation
Electrical and Computer Engineering
San Diego State University
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May 11,   11:00 – 11:30   [Room C]
Keynote 7
High Power Electric Generation and WPT Demonstration Mission
Prof. Xinbin Hou, China Academy of Space Technology, China
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May 11,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room A]
SAA2: Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer for Electric Vehicle Charging (Special Session)

SAA2.1 Sensorless Drone Detection for In-Flight Inductive Power Transfer Using Transmitter-Side Voltage Pulses
Sakahisa Nagai, Yusuke Satoh, Kota Fujimoto and Hiroshi Fujimoto (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

SAA2.2 Mitigation of Magnetic Fields in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Systems Through Passive Compensation Loops
Tommaso Campi (University of Rome Sapienza, Italy); Silvano Cruciani (Tor Vergata University of Rome, Italy); Francescaromana Maradei (University of Rome La Sapienza, Italy); Mauro Feliziani (University of L’Aquila, Italy)

SAA2.3 Theorization of a Compatible Method for Far-Field Leakage Magnetic Field Reduction and High Efficiency Power Transfer Using Adjacent Transfer Coil in Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer
Kaito Takashima and Takehiro Imura (Tokyo University of Science, Japan); Yoichi Hori (Tokyo University, Japan)

SAA2.4 Evaluation of Ferriteless Magnetic Topologies for Dynamic Inductive Power Transfer to Electric Vehicles
Brian Gu and Cody Liu (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Seho Kim, Michael O’Sullivan and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAA2.5 Robust Communicationless Control Strategy to Synchronize In-Motion Secondary to the Primary
Azmeer Zahid, Matthew J Hansen and Mayank Chawla (Utah State University, USA); Abhilash Kamineni (Utha State University, USA); Regan Zane (Utah State University, USA)

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May 11,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room B]
SAB2: High Power and Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer Technology

SAB2.1 Input Voltage Range Optimization of a High Power Wireless Power Transfer System for Constant Power Output
Lukas Elbracht (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Feiyang Lin (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Nejila Parspour (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Grant A Covic and Patrick Lawton (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAB2.2 Single-Stage Wireless Charger With High Power Factor Input (BPA Finalist)
Tuan M. Nguyen (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology & Pasco, Vietnam); Huang-Jen Chiu (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan); Laskar Pamungkas (Enercentrik Technology Co., Ltd., Taiwan)

SAB2.3 MIMO-DWPT With Active Reflection Canceller
Hiroto Yorioka, Nakamura Kazutomo, Taisei Urakami and Keigo Kimura (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan); Shimpei Nishiyama (National Institute of Technology, Kagawa College, Japan); Duong Quang Thang (Osaka Institute of Technology, Japan); Minoru Okada (Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan)

SAB2.4 Assessing Preferences for Dynamic Wireless Power Transfer in Public Charging Choices Among Experienced and Non-Experienced EV Users
Kenny Chandra Wijaya (Purdue University, USA); Prasanna Humagain (Metro Analytics, USA); Konstantina Gkritza (Purdue University, USA)

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May 11,   11:30 – 12:30   [Room C]
SAC2: High Power Transfer and Detection on Inductive Coupling

SAC2.1 A Novel Active Inductive Clamping Class E Topology and Its Design Approach
Yongzhi Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China); Wei Liu (Shanghai Jiaotong University, China); Ming Liu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAC2.2 WPT Using High Frequency Rotary Transformer for Separately Excited Synchronous Generator
Junwei Lu, Xiaokun Li, Frank Cole, Simon Yao, Andrew Seagar and Tania Parveen (Griffith University, Australia)

SAC2.3 Coupling Estimation of Wireless Power Transfer Systems With Constant Voltage Load Through Zero-Phase Angle Frequency
Jiayu Zhou (CityU, Hong Kong); Chaoqiang Jiang (City University of Hong Kong, China); Xiaosheng Wang (CityU, Hong Kong); Jingchun Xiang and Chen Chen (Cityu, Hong Kong); Shen Ren (CityU, Hong Kong)

SAC2.4 A Hybrid Detector Array for Simultaneous Detection of Living and Metal Object in Wireless Power Transfer Systems
Weizhou Ye, Jin Xu and Nejila Parspour (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

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May 11,   12:45 – 13:45   [Room B]
Panel Session 2: ISTP: Intersociety Technology Panel, Wireless Power Technologies and Industries
Organizer: J.-C. Chiao (MTT-S Intersociety Technology Panel, USA)
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May 11,   12:45 – 13:45   [Room C]
Panel Session 3: Second Generation Wireless Power Technologies – Opportunities and Challenges
Organizer: Sanjay Gupta (AirFuel Alliance, USA)
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May 11,   13:30 – 15:00   [Room D (Hybrid Space)]
SAD1: Poster Session 2

SAD1.1 A Novel Concentrator Design for OMEGA Wireless Power Transmission System
Kaiqi Liu, Guodong Tan, Xuechao Duan, Xiangfei Meng, Donglin Wang and Yuanlong Shan (Xidian University, China)

SAD1.2 Electrohydrodynamic Inkjet Printed Flexible Ceramic Rectenna for 5.8 GHz ISM Band
Henry Lei (University of Washington & NoiseFigure Research, USA); Tirth Patel and Ziyan Liu (NoiseFigure Research, USA); Jerry Lopez (Texas Tech University & NoiseFigure Research Inc., USA); Devin MacKenzie (University of Washington, USA)

SAD1.3 Simultaneous Wireless Power and Data Transfer System Based on SP Compensation Topology
Che-Yu Lu (National United University, Taiwan); Yi-Rui Chen and Hung-Chi Chen (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

SAD1.4 Impact of Misalignments on the Thermal Behaviour of an IPT Coupler
Nikhil Bejrajh and Sampath Jayalath (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

SAD1.5 Load-Independent Dual-Frequency Constant-Current and Constant-Voltage Wireless Power Transfer System for Multiple Pickups
Hongliang Pang (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Wei Liu (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong); Zhiwei Xue (The University of Hong Kong, China); Yunhe Hou (University of Hong Kong, China); CC Chan (University of Hongkong, Hong Kong)

SAD1.6 Theoretical Analysis of Litz-Wire DD Coil for Wireless Power Transfer System
Zhenhao Zhang, Yi Zhong and Xiaolin Mou (Shenzhen Technology University, China)

SAD1.7 Analysis of Wind Harvesting and Wireless Power Transfer Integration for Moving Vehicles
Paulo Capitão (University of Aveiro, Portugal); Pedro Pinho (UA – Universidade de Aveiro & IT – Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal); Nuno Borges Carvalho (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal)

SAD1.8 A Wideband Tuning Method for Extended Operating Frequency Range of Wireless Power Receiver
Huakang Li, Zixi Liu and Qi Zhu (Xiaomi Corp., China)

SAD1.9 Core Loss Separation Method for High Q Inductors
Aaron Wadsworth, Wenting Zhang, Matthew G. S. Pearce and Duleepa J Thrimawithana (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Lei Zhao (Chongqing University, China); Zongzhen Li (Jiangsu JITRI Advanced Energy Materials Research Institute, China)

SAD1.10 Research on High Efficiency Ge-Based Schottky Diode for Low-Power Microwave Power Transmission
Ying Wang (China Academy of Space Technology(Xi’an), China); Ce Wang (Sichuan University, China); Shi-Wei Dong (National Key Laboratory of Space Microwave Technology, China); Weigang Zhao and Xinyu Su (China Academy of Space Technology (Xi’an) & National Key Laboratory of Science and Technology on Space Microwave, China); Chongdi Duan (Xi’an Institution of Space Radio Technology, China)

SAD1.11 Magnetoelectric Layers Improve Spatial Variability in Wireless Power Transfer
Hidelberto Macedo-Zamudio (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg & Voxalytic GmbH, Germany); Hitesh Gowda Bettaswamy Gowda (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany); Miguel Angel Rodriguez Carrillo (University of Freiburg & IMTEK, Germany); Pascal Weber (University Freiburg, Germany); Ulrike Wallrabe (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany)

SAD1.12 A Front-End Coupling Coefficient Estimation Method for the S-LCC Compensated Wireless Power Transfer Systems
Junming Zeng and Yun Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Kerui Li (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Shuxin Chen (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Ron Hui (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

SAD1.13 A Low-Power Resonance Detector for Output Power Optimization in Wireless Power Transfer Systems
Dao-Han Yao, Cheng-Wei Ting, Fu-Bin Yang and Po-Hung Chen (National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan)

SAD1.14 LCC Matching Network Design for a MHz Class D GaN PA Considering Parameter Uncertainties
Shuang Li, Yu Xiao, Ruihan Ma, Ming Liu and Chengbin Ma (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAD1.15 A High-Efficiency Wireless Power Transfer System With Variable Capacitor Technique for Compensating Coil Misalignment
Lai Ching-Ming, Ching-Hsuan Hsu, Yi-Chen Lin, Meng-Zong Chen and Ting-Zhong Zheng (National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan)

SAD1.16 Millimeter Wave Dual-Polarized Semi-Passive Energy Detection Backscattering RFID
I-Ting Chen and Manos M. Tentzeris (Georgia Institute of Technology, USA)

SAD1.17 Power Injection Compensation for M-PSK Modulation Achieving SWPDT in Medical Implants
Rui Jin, Robert Gallichan, David M Budgett and Daniel McCormick (University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAD1.18 Proposition of Novel Evaluation Method and Values for Wireless Power Transfer With Modulated Waves
Takashi Hirakawa (SoftBank Corp., Japan); Naoki Hasegawa (Softbank, Japan); Yuta Nakamoto (Softbank Corp., Japan); Yuki Takagi (Softbank corp., Japan); Yoshichika Ohta (SoftBank Corp. and Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

SAD1.19 A Dual-Function Rectifier-Mixer Circuit for Sub-Carrier Backscattering Modulation Applications
Helena Ribeiro (Universidade de Aveiro & Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal); Simon Hemour (University of Bordeaux, France); Nuno Borges Carvalho (Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal & Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, Portugal)

SAD1.20 Design of Wireless Power Transfer System for Low-Speed Vehicles Based on LCC-S Topology
Tianfeng Wang, Fei Gao and Junzhong Xu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China); Xin Liu (University of Electronic Science and Technology of China); Huang Li (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAD1.21 Design of the Coupling Coils With Misalignment Tolerance for Underwater Charging Applications
Bo-Zheng Luo, Guan-Hao Su and Yu Shan Cheng (National Taiwan Ocean University, Taiwan); Kun-Che Ho (National Formosa University, Taiwan); Yi-Hua Liu (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

SAD1.22 Coupling-Based Multi-Objective Optimization of a Flush Ground Primary Coil for WPT3 SAE J2954 Vehicle Assemblies
Tobias D. Götz and Nejila Parspour (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

SAD1.23 Interdisciplinary Evaluation of Implant Locations for Transcutaneous Inductive Energy Transfer Systems
Fides Lucia Faber (University of Stuttgart, Germany); Nejila Parspour (Universität Stuttgart, Germany)

SAD1.24 Wearable Electromagnetic Halbach Array for Wirelessly Charging Implantable Biomedical Devices
Xianghe Luo, Ruilong Gou, Yuxin Sha and Dibin Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China); Sheng Yong and Stephen Beeby (University of Southampton, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

SAD1.25 Influence of Salinity on Contactless Power Transmission System in Seawater
Taisei Furuhashi, Atsuya Mizota, Hiroyuki Tanaka, Haruki Sugino and Mamiko Inamori (Tokai University, Japan)

SAD1.26 Miniature Wireless Power Transfer System for Charging Vertically Oriented Receivers
Esmaeel Zanganeh, Andrey Korzin and Polina Kapitanova (ITMO University, Russia)

SAD1.27 Side-Variant Active Shielding Coils for High Power Wireless Charging Systems
Carina Damhuis (Technical University of Munich, Germany); Hans-Georg Herzog (Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany)

SAD1.28 Power Flow Control and ZVS Condition Analysis in Multiport Wireless Energy Router
Yifan Wang, Ming Liu and Miao Zhu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAD1.29 A Bi-Directional Inductive Power Transfer System With ZVS and Unity Power Factor for a Wide Operating Range
Bharat Vardani (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Duleepa J Thrimawithana (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Zhihao He (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Martin Neuburger (Esslingen, Germany)

SAD1.30 Maximizing Energy Efficiency for Wireless Power Transfer Systems Through an Optimal Frequency Control Strategy
Shuang Jiao and Sinan Li (University of Sydney, Australia); Jiayang Wu (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Lei Wang and Jinghang Li (University of Sydney, Australia)

SAD1.31 A Parallel-Connected Tunable Matching Network and Impedance Compression Network for Inductive Charging of Electric Vehicles
Cody Liu (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Duleepa J Thrimawithana and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand); Morris Kesler (WiTricity Corporation, USA)

SAD1.32 Isolated Single-Input Multiple-Output DC-AC Inverter for Multi-Coil Wireless Power Transfer
Chuyue Ji and Jiayang Wu (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Ting Leung Albert Lee (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Chi-Kwan Lee (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

SAD1.33 Two-Stage Passive Impedance Matching Network With Frequency Modulation Strategy
Chenyue Chen and Ming Liu (Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China)

SAD1.34 Design and Analysis of a New Configuration for LCC-LCC-Compensated WPT System Using Bilateral Absolute Phase Shift Control
Weizhou Ye, Boya Qi and Nejila Parspour (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

SAD1.35 On the Control of DC-DC Converters in the SS-Compensated Wireless Power Transfer System
Huawei Yuan and Kerui Li (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Sinan Li (University of Sydney, Australia); Siew-Chong Tan (Hongkong University, Hong Kong); Ron Hui (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

SAD1.36 Silicon Carbide Based Power Efficienct, Compact, and Extended Range Wireless Power Transfer System for Robotic Applications
Tak Lok Shum, Chun Kit Cheung, Simon Wong and Jackie Chau (Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute, Hong Kong); Ziyang Gao (Hong Kong Applied Science & Technology Research Institute, Hong Kong)

SAD1.37 Double-Layer Three-Phase Resonator for High-Power Wireless Power Transfer
Dong-Hoon Kim and Dong-Jin Kim (Korea University of Technology and Education, Korea (South)); Jinkyu Bang (Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Sang-Hwa Yi (Korea ElectroTechnology Research Institute, Korea (South)); Gi-Young Byun (Korea Planning and Evaluation of Industrial Technology, Korea (South)); Chi-Hyung Ahn (Korea University of Technology and Education, Korea (South))

SAD1.38 Fault Detection in Series Battery Modules: An Integrated Approach for Micro Short Circuits
Jyuan-Fong Yen and Yi-Feng Luo (National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Taiwan); Guan-Jhu Chen (National Chin-Yi University of Technology, Taiwan); Chun-Liang Liu (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)

SAD1.39 A Dual Sided Power Regulation Control Strategy for a 50 kW Inductive Power Transfer EV Charger
Patrick Lawton, Feiyang Lin and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAD1.40 Multiple Folding Coils Design for Octagonal Prism-Based Wireless Charging Container With Even Magnetic Flux Density Distribution
Kaiyuan Wang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Rui Liang (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong); Zhen Sun, Junming Zeng and Yun Yang (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)

SAD1.41 Quality Factor Comparison of Pipe Coils in Wireless Charging Applications
Jannis Noeren, Tobias D. Götz, Lukas Elbracht and Nejila Parspour (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

SAD1.42 A Distance-Independent Wireless Charging System With Hybrid Topology and Control
Chao Rong and Bo Zhang (South China University of Technology, China); Yanwei Jiang (Fuzhou University, China); Jiali Zhou (The University of Hong Kong Shenzhen Institute of Research and Inovation, China)

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May 11,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room A]
SAA3: Advancing Wireless Power to the Next Level (Special Session)

SAA3.1 Enabling the Next Generation Energy Grid With Wireless Charging
Morris Kesler (WiTricity Corporation, USA); Tom Okada (WiTricity, USA)

SAA3.2 Wireless Power Transfer: Accelerating Electrification 2.0
Jeffrey Yen (Etherdyne Technologies, Inc., USA)

SAA3.3 Wireless Power as a Global Standard
Hatem Zeine (Ossia, Japan); Jennifer Grenz (Ossia, USA)

SAA3.4 Innovation Unplugged: The Wireless Charging Revolution
Charlie Greene (Powercast, USA)

SAA3.5 Out of the Lab and Into the Field: Commercialisation Potential of Next-Generation Long-Range WPT
Rick Hodgson (Emrod, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

SAA3.6 Kilowatts at Kilometers: Recent Advances in High-Power, Long-Range Laser Power Beaming
Thomas J. Nugent, Jr. (PowerLight Technologies, USA)

SAA3.7 How is the Adoption of Emerging Wireless Power Technology Growing Faster, Wider and Deeper?
Dinesh Kithany (WAWT-Wired & Wireless Technologies, United Kingdom (Great Britain))

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May 11,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room B]
SAB3: Near-field WPT3

SAB3.1 Recent Advances in Safety Technologies for Wireless Power Transfer Applications (*Invited)
Sungryul Huh (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology(KAIST), Korea (South)); Seongho Woo and Haerim Kim (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South)); Hyunsoo Lee and Youbin Jun (Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology, Korea (South)); Seungyoung Ahn (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, Korea (South))

SAB3.2 Discrete-Time Modeling for IPT Systems With Constant Voltage Load
Tianlu Ma and Chaoqiang Jiang (City University of Hong Kong, China); Shixuan Zhang (City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Chen Chen (Cityu, Hong Kong); Jiayu Zhou (CityU, Hong Kong); Jingchun Xiang (Cityu, Hong Kong)

SAB3.3 An Integrated Boost Multilevel Converter Using Si and SiC Switches for Inductive Power Transfer Application
Bharat Vardani (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Duleepa J Thrimawithana and Grant A Covic (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAB3.4 NSGA-II Based Optimization of PCB Coil Array for Inductive Power Transfer
Michal Kosik (Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic); Brian Gu (University of Auckland, New Zealand); Michael O’Sullivan (The University of Auckland, New Zealand)

SAB3.5 User-Defined Power Distribution for Capacitive Wireless Power Transfer With Multiple Receivers
Ben Minnaert and Aris van Ieperen (University of Antwerp, Belgium); Stijn Derammelaere (University of Antwerp – Flanders Make, Belgium)

SAB3.6 Wireless Smart Charging Station for Multi-Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
Zhiwei Xue (The University of Hong Kong, China); Kt Chau and Wei Liu (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong); Hongliang Pang (The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong); Yunhe Hou (University of Hong Kong, China)

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May 11,   15:00 – 16:30   [Room C]
SAC3: Microwave Power Transmitter, Rectifier, Backscattering, and RFIDs

SAC3.1 Research on Improving Wireless Power Transmission Efficiency by Forming a Flat-Topped Beam Using Simple Phased Array
Yuuki Kagata, Bo Yang, Naoki Shinohara and Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto University, Japan)

SAC3.2 A High-Dynamic Range 5.8 GHz Band 1 W Rectifier MMIC With Low Threshold Voltage GaAs GADs
Yuya Hirose (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan); Gaku Kato and Takamasa Kono (Nisshinbo Micro Devices Inc., Japan); Naoki Sakai and Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan)

SAC3.3 High Dynamic Range 920 MHz Band Low Power Rectenna With Low Threshold Voltage GaAs GADs
Taiki Hirase, Yuya Hirose and Tsukasa Hirai (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan); Gaku Kato and Takamasa Kono (Nisshinbo Micro Devices Inc., Japan); Naoki Sakai and Kenji Itoh (Kanazawa Institute of Technology, Japan)

SAC3.4 Passive Microwave Sensors Based on Quasi-BIC
Ildar Yusupov (ITMO University, Russia); Dmitry Dobrykh (Tel Aviv University, Israel); Alexey Slobozhanyuk (ITMO University, Russia); Dmitry Filonov (Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, Russia); Mikhail V Rybin (ITMO University, Russia); Pavel Ginzburg (Tel Aviv University, Israel)

SAC3.5 Power Efficient Simultaneous Wireless Information Transception and Power Reception Through an Isolation Barrier (BPA Finalist)
Lukas Hüssen (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Muh-Dey Wei (RWTH Aachen University & High Frequency Electronics, Germany); Renato Negra (RWTH Aachen University, Germany)

SAC3.6 Millimeter-Wave 5G Relay Transceivers Using Wireless Power Transfer and Backscatter (*Invited)
Atsushi Shirane (Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)

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May 11,   17:00 – 18:30   [Room A]
Closing Session

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