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Kai Yang Postdoctoral Fellow Cockrell School of Engineering The University of Texas at Austin Computational electromagnetics, fast integral equation based solvers, inverse problems, remote sensing, subsurface sensing, environmental sensing, microwave-assisted material synthesis, microwave devices and integrated circuits, electromagnetic interference/compatibility, and high-performance computing. The University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin), Austin, TX
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  Kai Yang Postdoctoral Fellow Cockrell School of Engineering The University of Texas at Austin   Computational electromagnetics, fast integral equation based solvers, inverse problems, remote sensing, subsurface sensing, environmental sensing, microwave-assisted material synthesis, microwave devices and integrated circuits, electromagnetic interference/compatibility, and high-performance computing. The University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) , Austin, TX Ph.D., Electrical & Computer Engineering, August 2014 Committee members: Ali Yılmaz, Carlos Torres-Verdin, Andrea Alu, Hao Ling, and Theodore Rappaport Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) , Shanghai, China M.E., Electrical Engineering, March 2008 B.E., Electrical Engineering, June 2005 Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering, UT-Austin   Postdoctoral Fellow September 2014 - present Numerical simulation and inversion of subsurface electromagnetic phenomena.  Develops robust and efficient forward and inverse algorithms for modeling of subsurface sensing. Advisor: Carlos Torres-Verdin, IEEE Senior Member Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, UT-Austin   Research Assistant August 2008 - August 2014 Theoretical development.  Develops a number of FFT- and multilevel-based fast integral equation solvers for electromagnetic scattering and radiation problems in complex electromagnetic environments (e.g., homogeneous, multilayered, and cavity backgrounds). Cross-disciplinary applications.  Applies these algorithms to solve a variety of engineering electromagnetic problems: (1) Marine controlled source electromagnetic measurements and borehole resistivity measurements in petroleum engineering. Address: 133 Park St., Apt. 602, Brookline, MA, 02446 Email: kyang@mail.utexas.edu Phone: (512) 576-2175 Website: www.kyang.org     EDUCATIONRESEARCH INTERESTSRESEARCH EXPERIENCE  Kai Yang Curriculum Vitae October 2014   2 (2) Microwave-assisted material synthesis and processing in material engineering. (3) Modeling of integrated circuits and electronic packaging in electrical engineering. Advisor: Ali Yılmaz, IEEE Senior Member Department of Petroleum & Geosystems Engineering, UT-Austin   Research Assistant August 2012 - August 2014 Modeling of electrical resistivity tomography.  Adapts and applies FFT- and multilevel-based algorithms to detect three-dimensional artificial hydro-fractures of different geometrical properties with borehole resistivity measurements. Advisor: Carlos Torres-Verdin, IEEE Senior Member Department of Electronic Engineering, CUHK Research Assistant March 2007 - July 2008 Modeling of microstrip circuits and on-chip passive devices. Developed generalized partial element equivalent circuit method and physical model order reduction to model multilayered microstrip circuits and on-chip inductors, transformers and interconnects. Advisor: Ke-Li Wu, IEEE Fellow Department of Electronic Engineering, SJTU Research Assistant   September 2005 - February 2007 Parameter extraction of passive devices.  Worked on equivalent inductance and capacitance extraction of on-chip inductors, transformers, and interconnects. Advisor: Wen-Yan Yin, IEEE Fellow Journal & Letter Papers 1.   K. Yang, C. Torres-Verdin, and A. E. Yılmaz, “Detection and quantification of three dimensional hydraulic fractures with horizontal borehole resistivity measurements,” IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens. , minor revision. 2.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “An FFT-accelerated integral equation solver for analyzing scattering in rectangular cavities,” IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Techn. , vol. 62, no. 9, pp. 1930-1942, Sep. 2014. 3.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “FFT accelerated analysis of scattering from complex dielectrics embedded in uniaxial layered media,” IEEE Geosci. Remote Sens. Lett. , vol. 10, no. 4, pp. 662-666, July 2013. 4.   B. Reeja-Jayan,   K. L. Harrison, K. Yang , C. L. Wang, A. E. Yılmaz, and A. Manthiram, “Microwave-assisted low-temperature growth of thin films in solution,” Sci. Rep. , vol. 2, no. 1003, Dec. 2012.   PUBLICATIONS  Kai Yang Curriculum Vitae October 2014   3 5.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “A three-dimensional adaptive integral method for layered media,” IEEE Trans. Geosci. Remote Sens. , vol. 50, no. 4, pp. 1130-1139, Apr. 2012. 6.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “Comparison of pre-corrected FFT/adaptive integral method matching schemes,” Microw. Opt. Technol. Lett. , vol. 53, no. 6, pp. 1368-1372, Jun. 2011. 7.   M. F. Wu, K. Yang , and A. E. Yılmaz, “Efficient incorporation of a PEC/PMC plane in the multiple-grid adaptive integral method,” IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagat. , vol. 59, no. 1, pp. 314-319, Jan. 2011. 8.   K. Yang  and K. L. Wu, “Generalized partial-element equivalent-circuit analysis for planar circuits with slotted ground,” IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Techn. , vol. 57, no. 7, pp. 1734-1742, July 2009. 9.   L. Lin, W. Y. Yin, J. F. Mao, and K. Yang , “Performance characterization of circular silicon transformers,” IEEE Trans. Magnetics , vol. 44, no. 12, pp. 4684-4688, Dec. 2008. 10.   K. Yang , W. Y. Yin, J. L. Shi, K. Kang, J. F. Mao, and Y. P. Zhang, “A study of on-chip stacked multiloop spiral inductors,” IEEE Trans. Electron Devices , vol. 55, no. 11, pp. 3236-3245, Nov. 2008. 11.   H. Hu,  K. Yang , K. L. Wu, and W. Y. Yin, “Quasi-static derived physically expressive circuit model for lossy integrated RF passives,” IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Techn. , vol. 56, no. 8, pp. 1954-1961, Aug. 2008. (Finalist for the Microwave Prize award of IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Techn. ) Conference Papers 1.   K. Yang , E. Celik, C. Torres-Verdin, and A. E. Yılmaz, “Detection and quantification of 3D hydraulic fractures with multi-component low-frequency borehole resistivity measurements,”   in  Proc. Soc. Exploration Geophysicists Expanded  Abstract  , Houston, TX, Sep. 2013. 2.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “FFT-accelerated analysis of scattering from 3D structures residing in multiple layers,” in  Proc. Computational Electromagnetics Int. Workshop , Izmir, Turkey, Aug. 2013 .  3.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “FFT-accelerated analysis of scattering in rectangular cavities loaded with lossy dielectrics,” in  Proc. IEEE Antennas Propagat. Soc. Int. Symp. , Orlando, FL, July 2013. 4.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “FFT-truncated multilevel interpolation method for wellbore resistivity simulations of hydrofractures,” in  Proc. IEEE Antennas Propagat. Soc. Int. Symp. , Orlando, FL, July 2013. 5.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “Integral equation solution of 3-D anisotropic lossy dielectrics in uniaxial layered media,” in  Proc.   IEEE Antennas Propagat. Soc. Int. Symp. , Chicago, IL, July 2012.  Kai Yang Curriculum Vitae October 2014   4 6.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “Comparison of pre-corrected FFT/AIM and FFT-truncated multilevel interpolation methods for multi-scale analysis,” in  Proc.  Appl. Comp. Electromagnetics Symp. , pp. 181-186, Columbus, OH, April 2012 .  7.   K. Yang , F. Z. Wei, and A. E. Yılmaz, “Truncated multigrid versus pre-corrected FFT/AIM for bioelectromagnetics: When is O(N) better than O(NlogN)?,” in  Proc. Computational Electromagnetics Int. Workshop , pp. 153-158, Izmir, Turkey, Aug. 2011 .  8.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “A 3-D adaptive integral method (AIM) for layered media,” in  Proc. IEEE Antennas Propagat. Soc. Int. Symp. , Toronto, Ontario, Canada, July 2010. 9.   K. Yang  and K. L. Wu, “Generalized PEEC analysis for planar circuits with narrow slotted ground,”   in  Proc. IEEE Electrical Design Adv. Packag. System Symp. , pp. 147-150, Hong Kong, Dec. 2008. 10.   K. Yang , H. Hu, K. L. Wu, and W. Y. Yin, “A derived physically expressive circuit model for integrated passives in RFIC,” in  Proc. IEEE Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits Symp. , pp. 461-464, Atlanta, GA, Jun. 2008. 11.   K. Yang ,   H. Hu,   K. L. Wu, W. Y. Yin, and J. F. Mao, “Derived circuit model for on-chip spiral inductors on lossy substrate,” in  Proc. IEEE Microw. Theory Tech. Soc. Int. Symp. , pp. 511-514, Atlanta, GA, Jun. 2008 (Finalist in Student Paper Competition). 12.   K. Yang ,   W. Y. Yin, and J. F. Mao, “Wideband lumped element model for on-chip (a)symmetrical coupled interconnects on lossy silicon substrate,” in  Proc.  Asia-Pacific Microw. Conf. , pp. 1409-1412, Bangkok, Thailand, Dec. 2007. Conference Abstracts 1.   K. Yang , C. Torres-Verdin, and A. E. Yılmaz, “On the detectability and appraisal of hydraulic fractures in layered media using borehole resistivity measurements,” in  Proc. USNC/URSI Rad. Sci. Meet. , July 2014. 2.   K. Yang , B. Reeja-Jayan, K. L. Harrison, C. L. Wang, M. W. Cole, A. Manthiram, and A. E. Yılmaz, “Electromagnetic modeling of microwave-assisted low-temperature growth of thin films in solution,” in  Proc. Electronic Materials and Applications , Jan. 2014 (invited abstract). 3.   B. Reeja-Jayan, K. L. Harrison, K. Yang , Chih-Liang Wang, A. Yilmaz, and A. Manthiram, “Experimental and Computational Insights into Microwave-assisted Low-temperature Growth of Thin Films in Solution,” in Proc.    2013 Materials Research Society (MRS) Spring Meeting , April 2013. 4.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “An efficient FFT-based algorithm for 3-D structures residing in multiple layers of layered media,” in  Proc. USNC/URSI Rad. Sci. Meet. , July 2012. 5.   K. Yang  and A. E. Yılmaz, “An FFT-truncated multilevel interpolation method for multiscale integral equation analysis,” in  Proc. USNC/URSI Rad. Sci. Meet. , July 2011.
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