Dr. Shaoying HUANG is an assistant professor at Singapore University of Technology and Design. She is an adjunct assistant professor at the department of Surgery, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
She is passionate for electromagnetics (EM) related research, applications, and teaching. Her expertise includes microwave/RF circuit designs, EM modelling, computational EM, magnetic resonance (MR) physics and engineering. Her research interests include
- in vivo measurement of human tissue electrical property retrieval for biological & clinical applications, e.g. MRI-based electrical property tomography (MREPT)
- Portable MRI imagers
- MR engineering
- MRI high field system & applications, e.g. RF coils
- MR safety
- EM Applications
- Non-invasive glucose sensing
- Wireless power transfer
- Periodic structures (e.g., metamaterials, photonic band-gap structures, and electromagnetic band-gap structures) and their applications for wave guiding, frequency selecting, MRI, and wireless power transfer
- Miniaturized antennas (300 MHz – 1 GHz, 2.45 GHz and 60 GHz)
- EMC and EMI of microwave integrated circuits
- EM Theories
- Computational electromagnetics, especially the acceleration of calculations for periodic structures
Before joining SUTD, she worked as a postdoctoral fellow in the MRI group at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. From Feb. 2010 to Sept. 2011, she worked on surface plasmonic problems using integral equation method in Professor Weng Cho Chew’s research group in the University of Hong Kong. She obtained her Ph.D. in Feb. 2011 from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. During her Ph.D. studies, she was trained in Professor Jin Au Kong’s research group at MIT.
She likes jogging, hiking, traveling, photographing, and cooking.