Hua Wang had one of the 25 most downloaded papers from IEEE Microwave Magazine for August, September, and November of 2013.
Entitled "Magnetic Sensors for Diagnostic Medicine: CMOS-Based Magnetic Particle Detectors for Medical Diagnosis Applications," Wang's paper reviews recently reported CMOS-based magnetic sensors as a low-cost handheld sensing platform to address next-generation molecular diagnosis applications. These magnetic sensor technologies have demonstrated superior sensitivity and implementation form-factor compared to other sensing modalities, making them particularly suitable for serving as the "first responder" for home health care and in-field detection of pathogens, toxins, and pollutants.
Wang has been on the faculty of the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering since January 2012, where he is an assistant professor and a member of the Georgia Electronic Design Center. His research lab, Georgia Tech Electronics and Micro-System Lab, is developing innovative design methodologies for silicon-based THz electronics, reconfigurable RF circuits and systems for wireless communications/radar, and multi-modality biosensor/bioelectronics for cell-based arrays in chemical screening and drug development and real-time 3D guided tumor surgery.
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