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Yu-Chung Hsiao

yuchsiao@mit.edu

Yu-Chung received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering in 2006, from National Taiwan University, Taiwan. Then in 2008, he joined Computational Prototyping Group at MIT. His previous work focused on micro/millimeter-wave circuits and antenna design. In those projects, he was tortured by the sensitive results and failure to solve complex periodic structures by using simulation software, which tempted him into his current interests: fast field solver design and applied mathematics. Aside from work, Yu-Chung enjoys drawing and cooking. Currently he is trying to realize Taiwanese flavors out of Boston native ingredients. Rumor has it, he is secretly seeking a diploma of culinary art from MIT, if one exists.

 

Zohaib Mahmood
zohaib@mit.edu | personal web page

Zohaib received his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore. He joined MIT in Fall 2008, where currently he is pursuing his masters degree. His research includes modeling/model reduction of dynamical nonlinear systems, numerical simulation and analog circuit design. Zohaib loves nature and tries to understand scientific mysteries under the realm of natural inspirations. In his free time, Zohaib enjoys trekking, ice skating, and cooking.

 

Lily Weng

twweng@mit.edu

Lily received her B.S. and M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering in 2011 and 2013, both from National Taiwan University. She was previously working on the field of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC), especially on the common-mode filter design and synthesis. Her master thesis is about broadband GHz-common-mode filters design and synthesis in high speed digital circuits. She joined Computational Prototyping Group at MIT in Fall 2013, and she is currently working on device modeling in Silicon Photonics. On top of that, she is also interested in optimization, stochastic modeling and numerical methods in uncertainty quantification. Besides her research life, Lily enjoys reading novels, sports and cooking.

 

Zheng Zhang

z_zhang@mit.edu | personal web page

Zheng received his B.Eng in Electronics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology of China in 2008, and his M.Phil in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Hong Kong in 2010. His master's research was about model order reduction. He joined the Computational Prototyping Group in the fall of 2010. He is interested in numerical methods for uncertainty quantification (UQ), computer-aided design (CAD) of integrated circuits and MEMS, as well as linear and nonlinear model order reduction (MOR).

 

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