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Jacksonville, FL 32211
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Dr. Huihui (Helen) Wang
- Ph.D., University of Virginia-Charlottesville, 2013
- M.S., XI'AN Haotong University, 2007
- B.S., Northwestern Polytechnical University, 2004
- Engineering Orientation (ME/EE 100)
- Statics (ME 210)
- Dynamics (ME 211)
- Introduction to Semiconductors (EE 301)
- Introduction to Microwave Engineering (EE 400)
- Introduction to Mechatronics (ME/EE 411)
- Senior Design I (EE 413)
- Senior Design II (EE 414)
- SI Senior Seminar (E 415)
Dr. Huihui Wang joined the faculty of Jacksonville University in August 2013 just
after she received her PhD from the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
at the University of Virginia. She got her MS from the Mechanical Engineering Department
at Xi'an Jiaotong University and a BS from the Environment Science Department at Northwestern
Polytechnical University in China.
Dr. Wang has been awarded a total of over $800,000 in grants from external funding agencies such as the NSF, private foundations, and industry as either a PI or Co-PI. She has been granted 4 patents and has 1 pending patent. She has published over 40 papers, and served as a technical program committee chair/member as well as a reviewer for international conferences and journals. She is an active panelist of NSF and fellowships.
She is a senior member of IEEE and the Vice Chair of IEEE JAX Section, a member and the Treasurer of ECE Division of ASEE (2019-2020), as well as a member of Florida Engineering Society (FES) and the Treasurer of the Florida Engineers in Education (FEE) practice section of FES. She is also a member of ASME. She is an advisor of the FES/National Society of Professional Engineering (NSPE) JU Chapter.
Health care and Medical Engineering based on smart materials, Robots, Haptics based on smart materials/structures, Ionic Polymer Metallic Composites, MEMS, and Cyber Physical System.