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Workshop Program

Nov. 28 (Thu)

B [ IoT / Society 5.0 Related Sessions ]

TH1A  Special Session

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 1 (Annex Hall F201)
Recent Trend of AI Technologies and their Applications
Organizer / Chair :  Fumihiro Maruyama (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.)
AI technologies have been applied to many fields with their latest remarkable progress.
In this workshop session, we will cover from AI technologies to their applications as follows.
1) Overview of AI technologies developed at NEC, Hitachi and Fujitsu will be presented.
2) AI Applications will be discussed including advanced sensing and material development acceleration.
3) Co-creation examples with customers will be introduced.

Keyword : Artificial Intelligence (AI), Advanced Sensing, Material Development, Co-creation
1 Advanced Sensing Using AI Technology
Akihiro Tanaka (NEC Corp.)
2 Problems and Practices in ICT Solution for Material Development Acceleration with AI Technologies
Akinori Asahara (Hitachi, Ltd.)
3 Introduction to AI Latest Situation and Co-creation Examples
Toshihiro Sonoda (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.)
B [ IoT / Society 5.0 Related Sessions ]

TH1B  Special Session

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 1 (Annex Hall F201)
Great Revolution in the Primary Industry Advancing with IoT
Organizers :  Hiroshi Oguma (NIT Toyama College), Suguru Kameda (Tohoku Univ.)
Chair :  Hiroshi Oguma (NIT Toyama College)
In each sector of the primary industry, there are severe issues such as a worker's aging and a successor's lack for the continuation. In order to solve various problems in the primary industry, utilization of the Internet of Things (IoT) has been actively attempted.
In this workshop, we will introduce in detail the case of IoT R&D and experiments in the primary industry field, such as an information sharing and communication system, JGAP authentication and application to wildlife damage with IoT are introduced.

Keyword : Agriculture, IoT, AI, JGAP
1 Agriculture Innovation with IoT Technologies
Ichiro Iida (Akita Prefectural Univ.)
2 IoT Application for a JGAP Authentication
Hiroshi Iwasa (ISB TOHOKU.)
3 Effect and Effectiveness to the Primary Industry Using IoT
Hiromi Sakurai (IoT.Run)
D [ Fundamental Technology Sessions ]

TH2A  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 2 (Annex Hall F202)
Microwave, Millimeter-wave Antennas and Measurement Technologies
Organizer / Chair :  Ryo Yamaguchi (SoftBank Corp.)
As several new wireless systems use higher frequency bands, microwave and millimeter wave antenna technologies are essential to realize these systems. Not only design but also measurement is key technology for these new antennas.
In this workshop, microwave, millimeter wave antenna design and measurement technologies are introduced for microwave and millimeter wave engineers.

Keyword : Microwave, Milimeter-wave, Antenna Design, Antenna Measurement
1 Design Technologies for Microwave Planar Antennas
Yuichi Kimura (Saitama Univ.)
2 Millimeter-wave Antenna Technologies
Jiro Hirokawa (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
3 Measurement Technologies for Microwave Small Antenna
Toru Fukasawa (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
4 Near-field Antenna Measurement Technique for Millimeter-wave Antennas
Michitaka Ameya (AIST)
B [ IoT / Society 5.0 Related Sessions ]

TH2B  Special Session

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 2 (Annex Hall F202)
Microwave Energy for Surgery Application
Organizers :  Asako Suzuki (Nagoya Univ.)
Chair :  Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.)
The microwave energy application is expanding. In recent years microwave surgical instruments have been attracting attention in particular with the keyword "bloodless surgical instruments".
In this session, medical doctors as developers and users, and an engineer supporting the development talk about R&D history, trends, and future commercialization.

Keyword : Medical, Microwave, Medical Electrical Equipment, Surgical Energy Instruments
1 New horizon of Microwave in Medical Field
- Invention of Surgery Assisting Devices Using Microwave Energy -
Tohru Tani1, Shigeyuki Naka1,2, Atsushi Yamada1, Tran Dan Khiem1, Souichiro Tani1
(¹Shiga Univ. of Medical Science, ²Hino Memorial Hospital)
2 Microwave Surgical Device and Intraoperative MRI realize Ultimate Surgical System
Shigeyuki Naka1,3, Atsushi Yamada2, Tohru Tani2
(¹Dept. of Surgery, Hino Memorial Hospital, ²Dept. of Research and Development for Innovative Medical Devices and Systems, Shiga Univ. of Medical Science, ³Dept. of Surgery, Shiga Univ. of Medical Science)
3 Development for Commercializing Research Result Proposed from "Clinical Field"
Takuji Asano (Market Development Department, Medical Division, Nikkiso Co., Ltd.)
4 Panel Discussion:
Tohru Tani (Shiga Univ. of Medical Science)
Shigeyuki Naka (Hino Memorial Hospital and Shiga Univ. of Medical Science)
Takuji Asano (Nikkiso Co., Ltd.)
Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi Univ. of Tech.)
Toshio Ishizaki (Ryukoku Univ.)
A [ 5G Related Sessions ] / B [ IoT / Society 5.0 Related Sessions ]

TH3A  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 3 (Annex Hall F203)
V2X Cutting-Edge Techniques Using 5G and other Mobile Networks
Organizers :  Takahiro Nakamura (Hitachi, Ltd.)
Chair :  Shigenori Hayase (Hitachi, Ltd.)
V2X system has been developed to realize the enhancement of autonomous driving, advanced information sharing among vehicles, and multi-vehicle coordinated control. In 2017, 3GPP has finalized standardization of V2X communication using LTE. Moreover, 5G is expected to achieve high-data-rate and low-latency communication, and is now under discussion in 3GPP.
In this workshop, latest trends of V2X technologies, e.g. proof and challenges of connected car, cooperation of in-vehicle network and V2X, and demonstration of multiple-vehicle coordinated control based on MEC, will be explained by professional researchers.

Keyword : Keywords:5G, V2X, Connected Car, In-vehicle Network, Autonomous Driving, Coordinated Driving Control, and Low Latency
1 Overview of DOCOMO's 5G/LTE Connected Car Trials
Jun-ichi Abe (NTT DOCOMO, INC.)
2 Activity of In-Vehicle Network and V2X Cooperation in the 5G Era
Yasuhiko Nishi (Sumitomo Electric Industries, Ltd.)
3 Coordinated Operation Based on 5G Network and Muti-Access Edge Computing
Akihiro Nakao (Tokyo Univ.)
C [ Wireless Power Transmission and Microwave Heating Sessions ]

TH3B  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 3 (Annex Hall F203)
Advanced Technical Trend and Application Examples of Wireless Power Transfer
Organizer / Chair :  Masayoshi Yamamoto (Nagoya Univ.)
In this session, the technical hurdle and problem of 100W over wireless power transfer system will be discussed and some application example of wireless power transfer system such as automotive applications and home appliances will be introduced.
So this session will discussed from basic principle of 100W over wireless power transfer system to concrete application examples.

Keyword : 100W over Wireless Power Transfer System, WPT System, Automotive Applications
1 Basics of Wireless Power Transfer and Dynamic Charging
Takehiro Imura (Tokyo Univ. of Science)
2 Novel Control Concept and Development of Practical Inductive Coupling Wireless Power Transfer System
Kazuhiro Umetani (Okayama Univ.)
3 Demonstration Test of Ultra Small Electric Mobility Operation by Wireless Charging
Yoshinori Tsuruda (DAIHEN Corp.)
4 Practical Cases on Wireless Power Supply Technology for the Shared Electric Bicycles and Other Cases
Kenichiro Suzuki (Bellnix Co., Ltd.)
B [ IoT / Society 5.0 Related Sessions ]

TH4A  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 4 (Annex Hall F204)
Recent Trend of High-Accuracy Satellite Navigation
Organizers :  Rui Hirokawa (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
Chair :  Toru Takahashi (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
Operational service of Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) started on November of 2018 supports GPS compatible signals, and highly accurate augmentation service signals. Recently, GNSS including Galileo, Beidou is expected to be applied for automatic driving and other systems realized by low-cost and highly accurate GNSS receiver technology.
In this workshop session, recent satellite positioning technology will be discussed focusing on development status of QZSS, satellite navigation and receiver technology, and applications.

Keyword : Satellite Positioning, Global Navigation Satellite System, High-Precision Positioning, Satellite Navigation, GNSS Receiver
1 Introduction to Quasi-Zenith Satellite System and Applications
Akira Sato (Cabinet Office)
2 Performance Evaluation of Commercial GNSS Receiver with IMU/SPEED Sensors
Nobuaki Kubo (Tokyo Univ. of Marine Science and Tech.)
3 Recent Trend of High-Accuracy GNSS Correction Service and International Standardization
Rui Hirokawa (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
4 High Precision GNSS for Mass Adoption in Japan - Trends and Progress
Vladimir Stoyanov (u-blox)
C [ Wireless Power Transmission and Microwave Heating Sessions ]

TH4B  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 4 (Annex Hall F204)
Microwave Technologies Building the Future of Heating Process
Organizers :  Mutsumi Yoshida (Fuji Electronic Industrial Co., Ltd.), Tomohiko Mitani (Kyoto Univ.)
Chair :  Mutsumi Yoshida (Fuji Electronic Industrial Co., Ltd.)
Microwave heating has been applied to various fields: chemistry, material engineering, agriculture, medicine, etc., as well as food. Recently, microwave heating is attracting attention as an efficient and energy-saving heating source along with promoting electrification of industry, owing to its features of rapid and selective heating.
In this work shop session, recent microwave heating technologies will be discussed focusing on microwave tubes, which have been used around the world, solid-state devices, which are expected as future microwave sources with high controllability, and microwave heating applications from the viewpoint of chemistry.

Keyword : Microwave Heating, High-power Microwaves, High-power Solid-state Amplifier, Microwave Tubes, Applicator
1 Development, Application and Challenge of Solid-state RF/Microwave Generator in RF Energy Field
Larry Li, Ji Hao (Wattsine)
2 Technical Trend of Semiconductor Devices used for Microwave Heating
Iyomasa Kazuhiro (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
3 Trends in Industrial Magnetrons
Nagisa Kuwahara (Panasonic Corp.)
4 Trend in Chemical Process Control and Expectations for Microwave Technology
Masateru Nishioka (AIST)
A [ 5G Related Sessions ] / D [ Fundamental Technology Sessions ]

TH5A  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 5 (Annex Hall F205)
Metamaterial and Metasurface Technologies in Practical Applications
Organizer / Chair :  Atsushi Sanada (Osaka Univ)
With unique electromagnetic properties which natural materials do not exhibit, the metamaterial and metasurface technologies recently become viable solutions for practical applications in wireless communications at the frequency range from microwave to Terahertz wave.
This workshop focuses on recently developed practical metamaterial and metasurface technologies and their trends in small antennas, 5G communications, and Terahertz wave and millimeter-wave applications.

Keyword : Metamaterials, Metasurfaces, Artificial Magnetic Walls, Small Antennas, 5G Technologies, Terahertz-waves, Extraordinary Transmission
1 Artificial Magnetic Conductor with Electric Wall and Small Antenna Available on Metal
Hiroshi Uchimura, Nobuki Hiramatsu and Hiromichi Yoshikawa (Kyocera Corp.)
2 Application of Metamaterial Technologies toward 5G/Beyond 5G
Daisuke Kitayama (NTT DOCOMO, INC.)
3 Meta-surfaces for Industrial Terahertz Applications
Takehito Suzuki (Tokyo Univ. of Agriculture and Tech.)
4 Extraordinary Transmission by Hyperbolic Metasurfaces with Γ-Point Degeneration at Millimeter-wave Bands
Yuto Kato (AIST)
A [ 5G Related Sessions ] / D [ Fundamental Technology Sessions ]

TH5B  Workshop

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 5 (Annex Hall F205)
Recent Technology Trend of Millimeter-wave and THz Bands
Organizers :  Ryuichi Fujimoto (Toshiba Memory Corp.)
Chair :  Toshiya Mitomo (Toshiba Corp.)
Just before the launch of 5G in 2020, research and development of 28-GHz band LSI, package, and related technologies are actively progressing toward the new large application of millimeter-wave band. Not only 28-GHz transceivers for 5G are basically fabricated using CMOS process, but also transceivers for 77-GHz automotive radar and terahertz-band are developed using CMOS process.
In this workshop, CMOS transceivers and package technologies for millimeter-wave and terahertz bands will be widely presented.

Keyword : Millimeter-wave, Terahertz, Circuit, System, Package, Antenna, 5G, Transceiver, Radar, CMOS Process
1 A 28GHz CMOS Phased-Array Beamformer Utilizing Neutralized Bi-Directional Technique Supporting Dual-Polarized MIMO for 5G NR
Pang Jian, Kenichi Okada (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
2 Antenna and Packaging Technology for 5G Millimeter Wave Communication
Kaoru Sudo (Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.)
3 A 76- to 81-GHz, 0.6º rms Phase Error Multi-channel Transmitter with a Novel Phase Detector and Compensation Technique
Takeji Fujibayashi and Yousuke Takeda (Asahi Kasei Microdevices Corp.)
4 300-GHz CMOS Transceiver
Sangyeop Lee (Hiroshima Univ.)
E [ Tutorial Sessions ]

TH6A  Tutorial

Nov. 28 (Thu)  09:30-11:30   Room 6 (Annex Hall F206)
Microwave Amplifier Design : From Textbook Basics to Practicing Designer's Basics
Organizers :  Shuhei Amakawa (Hiroshima Univ.)
Chair :  Sangyeop Lee (Hiroshima Univ.)
This introductory course in microwave amplifier design starts from reviewing textbook basics and guides you through essentials of amplifier design. Given by an expert having years of experience in III-V MMIC and silicon CMOS IC design in industry as well as teaching experience in academia, this course will also give some good tips that are not usually covered by textbooks. The course will be ideal for students and engineers needing to understand the basics of amplifier design.

Keyword : Microwave Amplifier, Gain, Matching, Wideband Design, Low-Noise Design
1 Introduction to Microwave Amplifier Design
Noboru Ishihara (Tokyo Inst. of Tech.)
E [ Tutorial Sessions ]

TH6B  Tutorial

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-16:00   Room 6 (Annex Hall F206)
Recent Trend of On-wafer Measurement at Millimeter-wave Frequency
Organizer / Chair :  Masahiro Horibe (AIST)
With the progress of research and development and commercialization of millimeter wave automotive radar, 5G and 6G, modeling of devices based on measurement results is mainstream in system design. However, in the on-wafer measurement in the millimeter wave band, the measurement results are largely different depending on the measurement repeatability and the type of the RF probe design. This causes problems in device development and system development, and the development of new technologies is indispensable as a solution.
In this session, the latest technologies are introduced in addition to the basics of on-wafer measurement.

Keyword : On-wafer Measurement, Millimeter-wave Frequency, Measurement Reproducibility, Impact of Probe Type on Measurements
1 On-wafer Measurement at Millimeter-wave Frequency for 5G/6G Application
Masahiro Horibe (AIST)
2 Introduction of Recent On-wafer Technologies (Autonomous RF Measurement Assistant)
Toru Sugawara (FormFactor K.K.)
E [ Tutorial Sessions ]

TH7A  Getting Started

Nov. 28 (Thu)  10:30-12:00   Room 7 (Exhibition Hall Workshop Space)
Introductory Course on S-parameters for Designers
Organizers :  MWE 2019 Exhibition Committee
Chair :  Satoshi Ono (The Univ. of Electro-Communications)
S-parameters are widely used in the design and measurement of microwave circuits. Recently, circuit simulators and electromagnetic simulators have become increasingly convenient. As a result, we have less opportunity to calculate S-parameters. It prevents us from understanding microwave circuits.
In this TH7A session, basic knowledge of S-parameters is explained for beginners. In addition, examples of S-parameter calculation are introduced for the purpose of microwave circuit design.

Keyword : S-Parameter, F-Parameter, Passive Circuit, Attenuator, Loop Coupler
1 Basic Knowledge of S-parameters
Masato Haruta (Advantest Corp.)
2 Practical Example of S-parameters
Hidenori Ishibashi (Mitsubishi Electric Corp.)
3 Comprehensive Discussion
 
E [ Tutorial Sessions ]

TH7B  Getting Started

Nov. 28 (Thu)  14:00-15:30   Room 7 (Exhibition Hall Workshop Space)
How Do Mobile Phones Work ?
Organizers :  MWE 2019 Exhibition Committee
Chair :  Yasushi Itoh (Shonan Inst. of Tech.)
The spread of mobile phones and smartphones has made wireless communication very familiar. However, it would not be widely known how wireless communication devices such as mobile phones are structured and how they work.
In this TH7B session, the following items are explained in an easy-tounderstand manner with the latest examples.
1) Fundamentals of wireless communication and examples of wireless blocks in mobile phones,
2) Element circuits that make up wireless circuits and their operating principles.

Keyword : Wireless Communication Device, Mobile Phone, Filter, Power Amplifier, Low Noise Amplifier, Mixer, Voltage Control Oscillator, Modulator-demodulator
1 Fundamentals of Wireless Communication and Examples of Wireless Communication Device
Hiroshi Okabe, Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.)
2 Introduction to Element Circuits for Wireless Communication
Satoshi Tanaka (Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd.)
3 Comprehensive Discussion
 

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