On the afternoon of June 8, Professor Haiying Huang from the University of Texas at Arlington visited our school and gave an academic talk entitled "Microwave patch antenna for battery-less wireless sensing". Professor Haiying Huang is an associate professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at the University of Texas at Arlington. She gained his bachelor's degree from BUAA in 1991, gained his master and PhD degrees from Georgia Tech University. Professor Huang has published more than 100 papers in journals and conferences and enjoyed 9 patents. She won the 2009 NSF CAREER award and the 2007 Air Force Summer Faculty Fellowship. Professor Huang is a member of ASME, IEEE and a member of AIAA and SPIE.
In the beginning of the talk, Professor Li Renfu, the dean of our school, expressed the warm welcome from our department to the visiting of Professor Haiying Huang. The teachers and students have taken part in Professor Haiying Huang's academic report on smart sensor technology. Professor Haiying Huang explained the working principle of the antenna sensor first, followed by two wireless sensor solutions, and introduced the application of wireless sensors for strain and crack monitoring.