John Huang

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Visiting Time

2014.9.16—— 2015.4.24

Research Interests

He has been with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology since 1980, where his research activities involve microstrip antennas, mobile vehicle antennas, antenna miniaturization techniques, spacecraft antennas, phased arrays, reflectarray, and inflatable antennas.


Biography

Dr. John Huang, born in Sze-Chuan, China on May 29, 1946, received his B.S.E.E degree from Michigan Technology University (1969), M.S.E.E. from University of California at Berkeley (1970), and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Ohio State University (1978). From 1971 to 1980, he worked six years at the Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California, where his principle duties were design and development of conformal antennas and radar cross section analysis by the Geometrical Theory of Diffraction. He has been with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology since 1980, where his research activities involve microstrip antennas, mobile vehicle antennas, antenna miniaturization techniques, spacecraft antennas, phased arrays, reflectarray, and inflatable antennas. He has pioneered the development of several major antenna technologies, such as the microstrip reflectarray and the inflatable array antennas. Dr. Huang, an IEEE Fellow, has published more than one hundred journal and conference papers, one book, nine book chapters, and received four U.S. patents and more than twenty NASA Certificates of Recognition. He was appointed as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer during the period of 1999-2002 and has been invited speaker in various international symposia and short courses. Dr. Huang has retired from the Jet Propulsion Laboratory since June 2008.

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