Yiming Deng

Yiming Deng
Associate Professor

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Biography

Yiming Deng is an Associate Professor in the Nondestructive Evaluation Laboratory of Electrical and Computer Engineering department of the College of EngineeringMichigan State University, USA. He is also an Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Reliability (IEEE TREL), Materials Evaluation (ME), Journal of Prognstics and Health Management (JPHM), and RAMS Proceedings. He serves as panelist and reviewer for National Science Foundation (NSF), US Department of Energy (DOE), US Department of Transportation (DOT), NDSEG Program (US DoD and ASEE) and over 40 scientific journals. He is a Senior Member of IEEE and a Member of ASNT. He is a Fellow of AGE. Dr. 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 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. Dr. Deng's research has been supported by NSF, DOT, PHMSA, DOE, DoD, NIH, ASNT, NJH and private industries.