Faculty Profile - Ying Zhang
Digital Signal Processing, and Systems and Controls
Office: VL E478
Dr. Zhang received her B.S. degree from Tongji University in Materials Science and Engineering. She received a M.S. degree from University of Illinois at Chicago in Materials Engineering and a M.S. degree from University of Massachusetts Lowell in Electrical Engineering in 2001 and 2002, respectively. She received her Ph.D. degree from University of California at Berkeley in Systems Engineering in 2006. Dr. Zhang is a Licensed Professional Engineer.
Dr. Zhang's research interests focus on systems level of interdisciplinary problems, and she has extensive research experience and publications in multiple engineering disciplines. Her recent research aims to bridge the gap between theory and practice in intelligent monitoring and information extraction systems. One specific focus is adaptive power management for sustainable wireless sensor networks that do ambient energy harvesting. The other specific focus is multisensor data fusion and visualization for information extraction from heterogeneous/homogeneous sensors in monitoring and/or diagnostic systems. Additionally, she has been actively involved in several research projects related to sensors, smart sensing systems, and MEMS design automation and synthesis.
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Last revised on February 21, 2014.