Dr. Wang's principle research is in the area of optical MEMS, fiberoptic sensors, and biomedical instrumentation and he is currently an adjunct research associate professor in the EE department. His recent research has been devoted to develop novel polymer micro sensors and actuators for noninvasive industrial and biomedical applications. More recently, his work has been expanded to 3-D metamaterial, eletromagentic and eletrocactive and magnetoactive polymer material study. He is currently a Senior Member and life time member of SPIE and IEEE. He is also a member of the editorial board for the International Journal of Optomechatronics and the Sensors & Transducers Journal and serve in the program committees for International Society of Optomechantronics conference and SPIE Smart Structures and Materials and Nondestructive Evaluation and Health Monitoring since 2003.
Thermal electrical analysis of serpentine shaped sensing element geometries to enhance the responsivity of thermoresistive sensor
Development of a disposable force-sensing glove for clinicians and demonstration of its force measurements on patients during rehabilitation following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction surgery
Dual-core photonic crystal fiber Doppler velocimeter for small horizontal axis wind turbine blade rotational speed measurement
SU-8 rib waveguide Bragg grating filter using composite stamp and solvent-assisted microcontact molding technique
Optical and mechanical characterization of microfabricated optical bend loss sensor for distributive pressure measurement
Double-sided micromachining process for silicon cantilever using a parallel capacitively coupled plasma
A flexible micromachined optical sensor for simultaneous measurement of pressure and shear force distribution on foot