Prof. Yang wins Einstein Program grant from Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST).
The Einstein Program was established by the MOST to encourage young research fellows and scholars whose age under 32 to make bold attempts and innovations in various aspects, cross over the boundary of science without being confirmed by the prescribed framework.
This is an annual event, gathering Nobel Laureates, in Lindau to meet the next generation of young scientists from all over the world. The attendees are selected based on their academic and research achievements through a rigorous and highly competitive process. Only the 400 most qualified young scientists from 80 countries are given the opportunity to enrich and share the unique atmosphere of the 2016 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting. The 2016 meeting is dedicated to the field of physics.
Shang-Hua has made significant contributions to the advancement of terahertz technology by developing innovative terahertz devices and systems. His exceptional academic performance has been recognized by several prestigious awards and scholarships including Taiwanese Government Studying Abroad Scholarship (2015), IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society Doctoral Research Award (2014), SPIE Graduate Scholarship (2012), etc.
Shang-Hua Yang is selected to be the best student paper award finalist at 2016 IEEE International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation and USNC-URSI National Radio Science Meeting.
Shang-Hua Yang and Abhinav Vinod are advanced to QInF 2016 (Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship 2016) final competition.
Shang-Hua Yang and Abhinav Vinod teamed up for the Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (QInF) in 2015. Because of their great vision and technical competencies on ultra-high speed wireless communication system, their team (Research proposal: An Ultra-High Speed Wireless Communication System based on Turing Pattern Frequency Combs) was selected to be one of the finalist teams.
Shang-Hua Yang has a proven track record for innovative ideas with 50+ peer-reviewed publications in nanoscale optoelectronics, microwave photonics, ultrafast electro-optics and high-speed telecommunication systems. His interdisciplinary expertise helps the proposed high-speed communication system with high data transmission rate, excellent signal stability and low bit error rate by providing a deep understanding of different building blocks of the communication system. Shang-Hua is an experienced member of Terahertz Electronics Laboratory (UCLA), California NanoSystems Institute (UCLA), and Nanoelectronics Research Facilities (UCLA). Hence, the team has a unique expertise to customize various system components and verify their performance in the proposed wireless communication system.
Abhinav Kumar is a student at the Mesoscopic optics and Quantum electronics Laboratory (UCLA), his expertise in microresonator frequency comb technology will help the team achieve ultra-stable terahertz carrier generation with high conversion efficiency and also coherent demodulation at the receiver using the Turing Pattern frequency comb.
Prof. Shang-Hua Yang 楊尚樺教授
Department of Electrical Engineering National Tsing Hua University 國立清華大學電機工程學系