Prof. Guoliang Huang

Fellow Member | Huber and Hellen Chair Professor at Univ of Missouri
Huang, Guoliang
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SPIE Membership: 9.2 years
SPIE Awards: Fellow status | Senior status
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Area of Expertise: Structural dynamics, Acoustic metamaterials, Wave propagation
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Guoliang Huang works in the broad area of solid mechanics and architected materials — in particular the new frontiers of structural dynamics, topological mechanics, wave propagation and dynamical behaviors of composite materials, both man-made and formed naturally. His recent research has been focusing on addressing challenges in development of passive and active metamaterials for wave propagation and noise control, mechanical topological insulator, vibration and sound mitigation, flow/structure interaction, aerodynamics, structural health monitoring, energy harvesting and bio-sensing, among others. He is a renowned scholar in the emerging field of elastic and acoustic metamaterials and metacomposites. His work has pioneered a new class of active metamaterials with sensing, actuation and information processing and response and space-time modulated metamaterials for mechanical nonreciprocity.

Huang has published more than 150 first class international journal papers in those fields, along with one book and four chapters in other books. He serves as associate editor of Wave Motion and specialty chief editor in the Physical Acoustics and Ultrasonics section of Frontiers in Physics.

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