Dr. Liu Hongjie

The founder and chairman of Shenzhen Reexen Technology Co., Ltd.

Dr. Liu Hongjie, female, is the founder and chairman of Shenzhen Reexen Technology Co., Ltd. She has been actively involved in neurobionic engineering research and development for numerous years, Director of the Shenzhen Hong Kong Macao Cooperation Project (Low Power consumption Brain-Like Voice Wake-up).

In 2022, Dr. Liu was honored as the "MIT TR35 Technology Innovators Under 35" by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Review, being the only candidate from the corporate sector in China, Leader of the Peacock Team for Major Science and Technology Research in Shenzhen.

In 2021, she was recognized as a high-level C-class overseas talent in Shenzhen. Dr. Liu holds a Master's degree in Integrated Circuit Design from Nanyang Polytechnic University in Singapore, and a PhD in Electronic Engineering Information Technology from the Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. During her doctoral studies, she worked in a globally renowned founding laboratory for neuromimetic perceptual computing.

Dr. Liu Hongjie has been engaged in research and development in the field of neurobionic engineering for many years, and has published several international first-class conference/journal papers focusing on brain-like chips and visual processing chips. It is the inventor of event and frame fusion processing chips and the inventor of 6T SRAM in memory computing.