Faculty

GTSI prides itself on its global, top-notch faculty team, which includes world-class instructors selected from Georgia Tech's main campus in Atlanta, USA. Many of them are IEEE fellows, members of the National Academy of Engineering or the National Academy of Sciences, recipient of endowed chairs and professorships, or masters in their respective field of research. Meanwhile, GTSI also recruits outstanding faculty from all over the world in accordance with standards not lower than those of Georgia Tech. Building on the first-class faculty team and recruitment system of Georgia Tech, GTSI now has a diverse team of outstanding instructors. Moving forward, GTSI will continue to provide all students with rich educational opportunities with  top-level faculty.

Students of dual masters degree programs are also assisted by experienced academic advisors from Tianjin University (TJU). Please click here for the full list of TJU advisors.

 

Faculty List

  • Professor; Joseph M. Pettit Professor in Electronics
    Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Research interest:
    Design, characterization, and applications of photonic crystals for chip-scale WDM and biosensors; Photonic crystal lasers and light emitters; Ultra-compact spectrometers for bio and environmental sensing; Silicon photonics; Slow light structures; Phononic crystals for sensing and wireless communications; Data storage and 3D optical pattern recognition using volume holograms; Ultra-dense and ultra-fast optical interconnects; In vivo biomedical imaging.
  • Assistant Professor
    Electrical and Computer Engineering
    Research interest:
    Microfluidics-based LOC toward developing low cost and easy-to-use microfluidic devices with ultra-low-power consumption for point-of-care, early detection, diagnosis, analysis, and testing for healthcare sector. Nanocarriers-based smart drug delivery systems for antiviral and anticancer therapies. 2D-biomaterials interaction with vital biomolecules for biosensor related application and devices. Smart biomaterials such as responsive polymers and hydrogel. Flexible electronics toward wearable physical sensing platforms for healthcare and biomedical applications.