NCKU Team Pioneers AI-Assisted High-Throughput Exploration of Novel Dielectric Materials for 5G/6G Wireless Communication-國立成功大學永續發展SDGs

NCKU Team Pioneers AI-Assisted High-Throughput Exploration of Novel Dielectric Materials for 5G/6G Wireless Communication

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NCKU Team Pioneers AI-Assisted High-Throughput Exploration of Novel Dielectric Materials for 5G/6G Wireless Communication

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5G and 6G wireless communication are crucial technologies in cutting-edge communication technology globally, particularly with high relevance to applications such as autonomous vehicles and radar systems. However, the development of low dielectric thin films suitable for 5G and 6G wireless communication is still in the early stages of material development on the international level. Professor Kao-Shuo Chang from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at NCKU and his team are breaking new ground by employing artificial intelligence to assist in the high-throughput exploration of innovative dielectric materials. They collaborate with Professor Jr-Jeng Ruan to prepare low dielectric films using advanced porous inorganic-organic composites, reaching a milestone in international material research. Additionally, they integrate the expertise of Professor Chia-Yun Chen in advanced superwetting material design processes. Together with Professors Jyh-Ming Ting and Yen-Hsun Su, who use generative AI to identify material fabrication parameters, they aim to create novel dielectric materials surpassing the capabilities of 5G and 6G wireless communication in the next century.


Supported by the National Science and Technology Council and the  Taiwan Association for Coating and Thin Film Technology (TACT), the team conducted a special short course at the "TACT International Thin Films Conference 2023 (TACT 2023)" held at National Taipei University of Technology on November 14, 2023. They presented their research on AI-assisted material development methods and processes to domestic and international experts in material science and technology, emphasizing the use of AI high-throughput exploration for discovering novel dielectric materials for advanced wireless communication beyond 5G and 6G.


Professor Yen-Hsun Su expressed gratitude for the support from the National Science and Technology Council and the TACT. The innovative development of new dielectric materials for inorganic-organic composite low dielectric films is a breakthrough in global research. Combining these materials with advanced superwetting materials for future generations of human 5G and 6G wireless communication represents a significant advancement in technology. The integration of AI in Material 4.0 era enables the search and creation of more novel dielectric materials for future possibilities.


Professor Kao-Shuo Chang highlighted that the integration of AI high-throughput exploration is a new trend in future material science research. It not only saves manpower, funds, time, and resources but also embodies the Material 4.0 era. As the era of Industry 4.0 approaches, the combination of AI and high-throughput exploration for innovative material research signifies a breakthrough in Taiwan's material science and technology. The team aims to share this important message and technological advancements with Taiwan's material science-related industries. Taiwan's core position in material technology comes from partnerships, technology, and rapid response capabilities. In this highly competitive field, the team is committed to ensuring that industry, government, and academia have the necessary resources and talents for continuous growth.


The progress in Taiwan's semiconductor industry, driven by advanced technologies such as 5G, generative AI, and high-performance computing, aligns with the government's efforts to ensure that the industry has the necessary resources and talents for sustained growth. This initiative aims to establish Taiwan as a center for advanced semiconductor processes. The use of AI to assist in high-throughput exploration of innovative dielectric materials contributes to Taiwan's research and development of next-generation materials essential for surpassing the capabilities of 5G and 6G wireless communication and automotive radar.

 
Professor Kao-Shuo Chang from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering: https://researchoutput.ncku.edu.tw/zh/persons/kao-shuo-chang
Professor Jr-Jeng Ruan from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering: https://researchoutput.ncku.edu.tw/zh/persons/jr-jeng-ruan
Professor Chia-Yun Chen from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering: https://researchoutput.ncku.edu.tw/zh/persons/chia-yun-chen
Professor Yen-Hsun Su from the Department of Materials Science and Engineering: https://researchoutput.ncku.edu.tw/zh/persons/yen-hsun-su

2023 International Conference on Thin Film Technology (TACT 2023)

The NCKU team pioneers the use of artificial intelligence to assist in high-throughput exploration of novel dielectric materials for 5G/6G wireless communication.

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