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Changhe Huang, PhD

Professor Research
Wayne State University School of Medicine

Position: Full-Time

EDUCATION:
Ph.D in Physics – Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Chinese Academia of Sciences, Shanghai, China
M.S. in Physics – Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, Chinese Academia of Sciences, Shanghai, China
B.S. in Physics – Shanghai University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China

 ” Application of aluminum nitride thin film for micromachined ultrasonic transducers.” Wang, Qianghua*; Xu, Jianzeng; Huang*, Changhe; Auner, Gregory W. source: Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, v 892, 2006, p 277-281
(role: study concept, implementation)

“Direct ultrasonic holography: feasibility demo” C. Huang, G. W. Auner, H.J. Caulfield, and J. D. G. Rather; Acoustics Research Letters Online 6(1), 30-34 (2005).

“Three dimensional ultrasound imaging” C. Huang, G. W. Auner, H.J. Caulfield, and J.D. G. Rather; Acoustics Research Letters Online, 6(1 ), 53-57 (2005).

“Fabrication of anatase TiO2 thin film using pulsed DC magnetron sputtering” Al­Homoudi, Ibrahim A*. Zhang, Linfeng*; McCullen, Erik F.; Huang, Changhe; Rimai, L.; Baird, R.J.; Ng, K. Y. Simon; Naik, R.; Auner, G.W.; Newaz, G.; Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, v 848, Solid-State Chemistry of Inorganic Materials V Symposium, p 165-170 (2005). (role: study concept, implementation).

“Vibration analysis of MEMS sensors for detection of ultrasound”, Gibson, Ronald F.
(Wayne State University, Mechanical Engineering Department, Advanced Composites Research Laboratory, Detroit, MI 48202); Srinivasan, Niranjan*; Auner, Gregory; Huang, Changhe; Wang. Qianghua*; Perooly, Soma S. Source: Proceedings of the 2005 SEM Annual Conference and Exposition on Experimental and Applied Mechanics, p 797- 805, 2005. (role: study concept, implementation)

Teaching in Dr. Auner’s course “Smart Sensors Technology”, on “COMSOL multiphysics simulation” and “Labview application in smart sensor”.

Mentoring Ph.D students