Focused Session Co-Chair

Danling Wang

North Dakota State University, USA

Dr. Danling Wang has completed dual PhD from Peking University in Physics and University of Washington (UW), Seattle, USA, major in Electrical Engineering. Her postdoctoral research was awarded by the first APL-SEED fellowship in UW. Since 2016, she is an assistant professor in the North Dakota State University and has launched a new research lab called NEWS lab (Nano-Electronic Wearable Sensors). Her research focuses on novel nanomaterials based functional sensor devices which can be broadly used in the detection of explosive, toxic gases in industry and military, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in human breath for early stage disease diagnosis and health monitoring. Since 2016, Dr. Wang has published more than 20 peer reviewed journal articles and has been invited in couple of conference presentations. Her research has been founded and supported from the NASA, NSF, Sanford health research, ND EPSCoR grants and NDSU Foundation Awards.

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