Log In

Qing Tang Edit Profile

Optical engineer

Qing Tang, Chinese, American Optical engineer. Achievements include invention of chirp-encoded joint transform correlator and phase visualization using BaTio3 phase conjugating mirror; research in optical computing, optical signal processing, holographicoptical elements, and opto-electronics. European Economics Communities scholar, 1988; recipient fellowship U. Connecticut, 1992.

Background

Tang, Qing was born on November 25, 1964 in Sichuan, People's Republic of China. Son of Shi-Jin and Qi-Ze (Liu) Tang.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Physics, sichuan University, 1984. Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, University Connecticut, 1990. Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering, University Connecticut, 1993.

Career

Research assistant Sichuan University, 1984-1987, University Connecticut, Storrs, since 1990. Visiting scholar Darmstadt (Federal Republic Germany) University of Technology, 1988-1990.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of chirp-encoded joint transform correlator and phase visualization using BaTio3 phase conjugating mirror. Research in optical computing, optical signal processing, holographic optical elements, and opto-electronics.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals. Patentee in field.

Membership

Member Optical Society of America, International Society Opti-Electronics, Eta Kappa Nu.

Connections

Married Hui Zhang, January 2, 1992.

father:
Shi-Jin Tang

mother:
Qi-Ze (Liu) Tang

spouse:
Hui Zhang