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Gong-Ru Lin

National Taiwan University; President of the Photonics Society of Taiwan; A Fellow of OSA/SPIE/IOP.

        Prof. Gong-Ru Lin received his B. S. degree of Physics from Soochow University in 1988, M. S. and Ph.D degrees of electro-optical engineering from National Chiao Tung University (NCTU) in 1990 and 1996,respectively. He joined National Lien Ho College of Technology in 1997 and Tatung University in 1998 asassistant professor, and became an associate professor with National Taipei University of Technology in
2002.He has promoted as a professor in 2004 with the Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering at National Chiao Tung University. Since 2006, He is the full professor with the Graduate Institute of Electro-Optical Engineering and Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University. His research interests include ultrafast fiber lasers, silicon nanophotonics, fiber-optic communications, silicon carbide, graphene and carbon nanostructures. He has authored more than 200 SCI-ranked papers, over 400 international conference papers, and 25 invited talks. His publications has been cited up to 2200 times with a H-index of 24. He has served in SPIE as Award Commitee (since 2003), Secretary of Taiwan Chapter (since 2004), and Vice Chair of Taiwan Chapter (since 2006). He is also the treasurer (since 2004), Vice Chair (since 2006), and Chair (since 2008) of IEEE/LEOS Taipei Chapter. In 2009-2012, he was the Member-at-Large and Committee of the Membership and Education Services Council of OSA.

 

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Lecture content:

GaN Laser Diode Based Visible Lighting and Communication

Abstract

         Blue and Violet GaN Laser diode (LD) based white-lighting and visible light communication (VLC) has been considered for Light Fidelity (LD Li-Fi) in the new era, owing to its improved modulation bandwidth and data transmission rate as compared to the LED based approach. In this talk, versatile white-lighting VLC approaches using phosphor diffused blue LDs and RGB tri-color LDs will be briefly reviewed. The violet and blue blue LD based white-lighting and VLC with QAM-OFDM data format will be compared.