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Yiming Deng, Ph.D., ASNT Fellow
Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory

Yiming Deng is an Associate Professor in the Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of the College of Engineering, at Michigan State University, USA. Prof. Deng is an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Reliability (IEEE TREL), IEEE Transactions on Magnetics (IEEE TMAG), Materials Evaluation (ME), Journal of Prognostics and Health Management (JPHM), and Proceedings of RAMS. He serves as Panelist and Reviewer for National Science Foundation (NSF), US Department of Energy (DOE), US Department of Transportation (DOT), US Department of Defense (DOD), Canada Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council (NSERC) and over 40 scientific journals. He is a Senior Member of IEEE, a Member of ASEE, a Member of ASNT, MSU AGE Fellow, and ASNT Fellow (Class of 2021). He is a Research Council member of IEEE, International Standing Committee member of ENDE, and TPC members for various international conferences in his field. Prof. Deng served as the General Chair of the 23rd International Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation Workshop and co-Editor of the special issue of ISTP indexed book series "Study on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics" in 2019. Prof. Deng received ASNT Faculty Grant Award (2010, 2017), Best Paper Award (ANTEC2019) and Best Poster Award (ISEM2019, ENDE2018, SPE-ACCE2018), ASNT Fellowship Award (2021) with his PhD students, he was the Keynote Speaker at the IEEE PHM Conference 2020. He is one of the recipients of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)'s Better Way Award.

Prof. Deng's research interests include electromagnetic and acoustic nondestructive evaluation (NDE), structural health monitoring (SHM) for multi-scale, multi-resolution, and multi-parameter damage diagnosis and prognosis; applied electromagnetics and acoustics, and computational modeling. His research work has been extensively supported by federal agencies and private sectors for the development of novel NDE/SHM actuators and sensors, sensing systems that involve multi-physics simulations for understanding the physics, experimental validation and verification (V&V), as well as actuators/sensors prototyping and fabrication for a wide range of engineering applications to assure safety-critical defense, energy and transportation infrastructure safety, security, durability, reliability and sustainability.

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Yiming Deng, Ph.D.
2325B Engineering Building
Department of Electircal and Computer Engineering
428 S. Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824
Michigan State University
Office Phone: 517-884-0926
Email: dengyimi AT egr DOT msu DOT edu