Yun Jing

Associate Professor

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At the graduate level, Dr. Jing teaches Acoustic Radiation I and II (MAE 518 and 718). These two courses are concerned with general principles in acoustics but will also cover special topics in ultrasound.

At the undergraduate level, he teaches solid mechanics (MAE 314) and strength of mechanical components (MAE 316). The students who work with Dr. Jing are drawn to his research because of its cutting edge nature (reflected in high journal activity and research funding agency support) and its high potential in changing the landscape of medical diagnostics.

Outside of work, Dr. Jing enjoys Starcraft II, photography, basketball, and playing the piano.

Education

Ph.D. 2009

Architectural Acoustics

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

M.S. 2007

Architectural Acoustics

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

B.S. 2006

Acoustics

Nanjing University

Research Description

Dr. Jing is currently 1) contributing to the development of ultrasound drug delivery and high intensity focused ultrasound, 2) developing numerical algorithms for predicting acoustic wave behavior in various media, 3) studying the acoustic meta-materials for sub-wavelength imaging, noise reduction and cloaking, 4) and desgining noise insulation materials. In MAE, he collaborates with Drs. Jiang, Yuan, Zhu and Muller. Other research collaborators at NCSU include Dr. Gu (BME).

Publications

Tunable asymmetric transmission via lossy acoustic metasurfaces
Li, Y., Shen, C., Xie, Y. B., Li, J. F., Wang, W. Q., Cummer, S. A., & Jing, Y. (2017), Physical Review Letters, 119(3).
Ultrathin acoustic metasurface-based Schroeder diffuser
Zhu, Y. F., Fan, X. D., Liang, B., Cheng, J. C., & Jing, Y. (2017), Physical Review X, 7(2).
Electrical switching of antiferromagnets via strongly spin-orbit coupled materials
Li, X. L., Duan, X. P., Semenov, Y. G., & Kim, K. W. (2017), Journal of Applied Physics, 121(2).
Sound insulation of multi-layer glass-fiber felts: role of morphology
Yang, Y., Li, B. B., Chen, Z. F., Sui, N., Chen, Z., Xu, T. Z., Li, Y. F., Fu, R. L., & Jing, Y. (2017), Textile Research Journal, 87(3), 261-269.
Loss-induced enhanced transmission in anisotropic density-near-zero acoustic metamaterials
Shen, C., & Jing, Y. (2016), Scientific Reports, 6.
Acoustic holographic rendering with two-dimensional metamaterial-based passive phased array
Xie, Y. B., Shen, C., Wang, W. Q., Li, J. F., Suo, D. J., Popa, B. I., Jing, Y., & Cummer, S. A. (2016), Scientific Reports, 6.
On the evaluation of effective density for plate- and membrane-type acoustic metamaterials without mass attached
Huang, T. Y., Shen, C., & Jing, Y. (2016), Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 140(2), 908-916.
Membrane- and plate-type acoustic metamaterials
Huang, T. Y., Shen, C., & Jing, Y. (2016), Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 139(6), 3239-3249.
Acoustic properties of glass fiber assembly-filled honeycomb sandwich panels
Yang, Y., Li, B. B., Chen, Z. F., Sui, N., Chen, Z., Saeed, M. U., Li, Y. F., Fu, R. L., Wu, C., & Jing, Y. (2016), Composites. Part B, Engineering, 96, 281-286.
Asymmetric acoustic transmission through near-zero-index and gradient-index metasurfaces
Shen, C., Xie, Y. B., Li, J. F., Cummer, S. A., & Jing, Y. (2016), Applied Physics Letters, 108(22).

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