Dr. Yang Wang joined Georgia Tech in 2007. He is currently an adjunct associate professor with ECE and an associate professor with Civil and Environmental Engineering at Georgia Tech. In 2007, Dr. Wang received a Ph.D. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering and an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University. His B.S. and M.S. degrees, both in Civil Engineering, are from Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
Zhu, D., Dong, X., and Wang, Y. (2016). "Substructure stiffness and mass updating through minimization of modal dynamic residuals." Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 142(5): 04016013.
Yi, X., Cho, C., Cooper, J., Wang, Y., Tentzeris, M. M., and Leon, R. T. (2013). "Passive wireless antenna sensor for strain and crack sensing-electromagnetic modeling, simulation, and testing," Smart Materials and Structures, 22(8): 085009.
Zhu, D., Guo, J., Cho, C., Wang, Y. and Lee, K.M. (2012). "Wireless mobile sensor network for the system identification of a space frame bridge," Mechatronics, IEEE/ASME Transactions on, 17(3): 499-507.
Wang, Y. (2011). "Time-delayed dynamic output feedback H∞ controller design for civil structures: a decentralized approach through homotopic transformation," Structural Control and Health Monitoring, 18(2): 121-139.
Zhu, D., Yi, X., Wang, Y., Lee, K.-M., and Guo, J. (2010). "A mobile sensing system for structural health monitoring: design and validation," Smart Materials and Structures, 19(5): 055011.
Wang, Y., Lynch, J.P. and Law, K.H. (2007). "A wireless structural health monitoring system with multithreaded sensing devices: design and validation," Structure and Infrastructure Engineering, 3(2): 103-120.