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Dr. Wenli Huang


Professor of Electrical Engineering

Contact:
Office: Thayer Hall Bldg 601, Rm. 1135
Phone: 845.938.5095
Email: Wenli.Huang@usma.edu
Dr. Huang previously worked as an Assistant Professor at Bucknell University for three years where she taught courses in electronics, circuits theory, optoelectronics, optical fiber communications, and digital design labs. She also served as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Trinity College at Hartford, Connecticut from Fall 1995 to Spring 1997. Her research interests include design, modeling, and fabrication of semiconductor optoelectronic devices with a focus on nanostructure wide-gap semiconductor lasers and modulators.

Employment:
  • Professor of Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, United State Military Academy, West Point, NY. (Fall 2008--present)
  • Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, United State Military Academy, West Point, NY. (Fall 2002--Fall 2008)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, United State Military Academy, West Point, NY. (Fall 2000--Spring 2002)
  • Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA. ( Fall 1997 to Spring 2000)
  • Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Engineering, Trinity College, Hartford, CT. (Fall 1995 to Spring 1997)
Teaching Experience:
  • Microelectronics circuits
  • Solid state electronics
  • Electromagnetic fields and waves
  • Signals and systems
  • Opto-electronics material and devices
  • Digital design
  • Linear circuits
  • Exploring engineering
  • Analog and digital communications
  • Design with microcontroller
  • Feedback control theory
  • Senior design project.
Recent Research Projects:
  • Research project with the Photonics Research Center on Image Halftoning, sponsored by ARL, Fall 2004-present.
  • Research Collaboration with the University of Connecticut on the project “Bistability in 500+GHz Sub 22nm quantum Dot Gate InGaAs-InP FETs for Next Generation Analog Digital Circuits for Advanced Radars & Communication Systems,” sponsored by ONR, Spring 2006-present.
  • Research Collaboration with the University of Connecticut on project “Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Plan of Study,” sponsored by NSF, Fall 2004-Spring 2006.
Professional Societies:
  • Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
  • Member of Women In Engineering (WIE) in IEEE
  • Member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  • Member of Eta Kappa Nu Electrical Engineering Honor Society
Awards:
  • Women in Engineering Engineer of the Year Award, IEEE New York Section 2007.
  • IEEE Award of Merit in recognition of service and support of Women In Engineering, Oct 2006•Commander’s Award for public service, Department of Army, May 2006.
  • Superintendent’s Certification of Appreciation for the outstanding contribution to the Asian Pacific Islander’s Heritage Month Observation, May 2005.•Achievement Medal for Civilian Service in supporting of the engineering program, Department of the Army, January 2003.•Superior Civilian Service on exceptionally meritorious service as a member of the USMA curriculum committee, Department of Army, 16 August 2002.•Receipt of Minority Junior Faculty Career Enhancement Award of $15,000, Christian R. & Mary F. Lindback Foundation, May 2000.