Aug 2018, Our research on the Complementary metamaterials was selected to the Top 100 Science Spinoffs and has entered 2 % out of 5,000 global science spinoffs according to the following criteria: uniqueness of the technology/product, high commercial potential and positive impact to the humanity’s well-being.
May 2018, Dr. Jing received the R. Bruce Lindsay Award from ASA. Congrats!
Mar 2018, Gerard received the Royster Award from ASA.
Yuanchen Received the MAE Graduate Research Symposium Best keynote award.
Juanjuan received the travel award to attend the 2018 ISTU. Congrats!
Feb 2018, Dr. Jing received an R01 grant from NIH. His group will be developing an accuracy-efficiency balanced numerical model for modeling HIFU.
Oct 2017, Dingjie Suo defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! He will be heading to Univ of Washington for a postdoc position. Congrats!
July 2017, Ni Sui defended her dissertation to earn her doctoral degree! Congrats!
July 2017, our acoustic metasurface paper has been published on Physical Review Letters.
May 2017, Dr. Jing has been promoted to Associate professor with tenure.
Dec. 2016, Dr. Jing gave a seminar on “acoustic metamaterials and metasurfaces” at the Material Science Department at Johns Hopkins Univ.
Nov. 2016, Terry Huang defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! Congrats, Terry!
Oct. 2016, our lab was featured on ASME ME Magazine Tech Buzz/Hot Labs, congrats!
Aug. 2016, Tarry Shen defended his dissertation to earn his doctoral degree! Congrats, Tarry!
Dec, 2015, Tarry’s acoustic hyperbolic metamaterial paper has been published on Physical Review Letters. It is also highlighted as an “Editors’ Suggestion”. Congrats!
Nov, 2015, Ni Sui has won the Royster award from the Acoustical Society of America, Congrats!
July, 2015, together with Drs. Wall and Hill, we have been awarded a 3-year grant from NEH, see news here.
May, 2015, Dr. Jing explains how rubber membranes could dramatically reduce the noise in airplanes on WRAL.
Apr, 2015, Ni’s paper “A lightweight yet sound-proof honeycomb acoustic metamaterial ” has been published on Applied Physics Letters. Congrats! Please find the media coverage here: the Wall Street Journal, Scientific American 60-sec Science Podcast, Quartz, Giamag, Engadget, Daily Mail, Business Standard.
Aug., 2014, Dr. Jing received a Phase II grant from the Eastman Center of Excellence to study the noise reduction performance of PVB interlayer.
June, 2014, Our paper “Ultrasound‐Triggered Regulation of Blood Glucose Levels Using Injectable Nano‐Network” was highlighted on Advanced Healthcare Materials as the front cover
May, 2014, Dr. Jing received the NCSU Faculty Research and Development award.
Apr, 2014, Dr. Jing received the new investigator award from the NC Space Grant.
Jan. 15th, 2014, Dr. Jing received a Phase I grant from the Eastman Center of Excellence to explore the acoustical properties of acetate tow.
Dec 2nd, 2013, Dr. Jing gave an invited talk titled “nonlinear transient acoustical holography” at the ASA conference in San Fransisco.
Nov 25th, 2013, our paper “Ultrasound-Triggered Regulation of Blood Glucose Levels Using Injectable Nano-Network” has been published online in Advanced Healthcare Materials. See news reports at Science Daily and KurzweilAI.
Sep 11th, 2013, Dr. Jing is now an adjunct professor of BME, which is a joint program between NCSU and UNC Chapel Hill.
Sep 9th, 2013, our paper “Transcranial ultrasound imaging with speed of sound based phase correction: a numerical study”has been published in Physics in Medicine and Biology.
July 24th, 2013, our paper “Temperature Rise in Tissue Ablation Using Multi-Frequency Ultrasound” has been published in the IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics, and Frequency Control.
July 13th, 2013, Dr. Jing has received a Phase I grant from the Eastman Center of Excellence to support his research on noise reduction using acoustic metamaterials.
May 5th, 2013, our paper “Experimental verification of transient nonlinear acoustical holography” has been published in the Journal of Acoustical Society of America.