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News

  • Tien-Yu Huang won the Second Place Best Student Paper Award in the IEEE Radio and Wireless Week’s Biomedical Wireless Technologies, Networks, and Sensing Systems (BioWireless) for their paper "Intermodulation effect of detecting two subjects within antenna beamwidth of a CW Doppler radar." See ECE News
  • Tien-Yu Huang won the First Place Best Student Paper Award in the IEEE International Microwave Workshop Series on RF and Wireless Technologies for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications (IMWS-Bio 2015) for the paper:
    "Non-invasive Measurement of Laboratory Rat's Cardiorespiratory Movement Using a 60-GHz Radar and Nonlinear Doppler Phase Modulation” coauthored by Prof. Jenshan Lin and Prof. Linda Hayward (UF Department of Physiological Sciences). See ECE News.
  • Prof. Jenshan Lin gave a keynote speech in the IEEE International Microwave Workshop Series on RF and Wireless Technologies for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications (IMWS-Bio 2015):
    "Noncontact Vital Sign Detection Using Microwave Radar: Applications in Biology, Medicine, and Beyond"
  • Ron-Chi Kuo and coauthors won the Best Paper Award of the 2015 IEEE Wireless Power Transfer Conference for the paper:
    "A 3D Resonant Wireless Charger for a Wearable Device and a Mobile Phone" coauthored by Prof. Lin and their collaborators in MediaTek. The overall Best Paper was voted by all attendees, and announced after the conference. See ECENews.

News Archive

Press/Media Coverage

    • "For the future hydrogen economy, a tiny, self-powered sensor," May 24, 2006.
      http://news.ufl.edu/2006/05/24/hydrogen-sensor/
      The technology was reported by several online media including Science Daily, PhysOrg, RFID Journal, Fuel Cell Today, etc.  

    • "Curious about your vital signs? One day soon, check your laptop," May 16, 2005.
      http://news.ufl.edu/2005/05/16/heart-monitor/
      The technology was reported by several online media including National Academy of Engineering Radio News, MSN, Science Daily, PhysOrg, Health Orbit, etc.