唐庆圆博士，2011年毕业于香港城市大学电子工程系，在材料学及微加工研究方面共发表14篇SCI论文，研究成果曾获得“IEEE杰出学生论文奖”。并于2012-2014年在香港城市大学生物系統,神經科學,和納米技術中心（Centre for Biosystems, Neuroscience, and Nanotechnology (CBNN)），进行博士后工作。唐庆圆博士在工业界有将近9年的从业经历，在LCD显示，LED封装，无线模组制造，系统级模组封装，功率半导体封装及电子器件组装新技术验证等领域积累了大量经验。现任职于安世半导体公司，担任封装研究主任工程师。
Topic I: Polymer composites and their electronics application
Polymer composite materials are promising candidates in electronics. They can provide superior electronics, mechanics and optics performance compared to pristine polymers. In this talk, I will share some polymer composites studies from processing to fabrication and applications. Firstly, a polyimide/carbon nanotube composites will be introduced. Application examples of polymer composites for humidity sensors will be shared. Secondly, a soft radio frequency (RF) antenna fabricated by PDMS composites for pressure sensor will be presented. Last, but not least, a demonstrator of soft touch pad made by PDMS/carbon nanotube composites will be showed.
Topic II: Cell guidance by engineered microstructures
Cell guidance is always attractive, it helps biologists understand disease like cancers and helps doctors generate cure methods. However, chemical-driven cell guidance has side-effect, such as killing some normal cells near the region. Thus, I studied engineered microstructures effect on cell migration, and it was proven that cells reacted to these microstructures, such as circles, bends, and gratings. Moreover, cell mobility, the speed of cell movement, was also changed by different structures. Therefore, we can engineer effective structures to control the movement of cells, which can be utilized as the design foundation for platforms that guide and sort cultured cells.