Dr. Jing Wang
Professor and Director
Department of Electrical Engineering
Director of Center for Wireless and Microwave Information Systems (WAMI) and RF MEMS Transducers Lab
IEEE Senior Member
Chair of IEEE Florida West Coast MTT/AP/ED Chapter
Member of the IEEE Technical Committee MTT-21
The RF MEMS Transducers group, under the guidance of Prof. Jing Wang currently has one post-doctoral fellow, 8 PhD students, one MS student and 2 undergraduate REU students. We also strongly encourage undergraduate student participation through the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) program and senior design projects.
Our research group strives to explore versatile applications of advanced nanotechnology, functional nanomaterials and microfabrication strategies for the development of chip-scale energy harvesting/storage, RF/microwave/THz and biomedical devices and microsystems. Implementation and advancement of additive manufacturing in chip packaging and mmW tranmission lines is also a sub focus of our group research. The most recent work includes synthesis and implementation of magneto-dielectric nanocomposites for antenna miniaturization, design and fabrication of high-Q micromechanical resonators and filters, additively manufactured dielectric rod waveguide for Ku band applications, and employment of atomic layer deposited (ALD) thin films as key enablers for a wide variety of micro/nano-scale devices. So far, our research work has attracted funding from federal agencies, industrial sponsors, and Florida High Tech Corridor.