Wang, Chao

Engineering & Liaison Services Librarian
Library

Educational Background

Ph.D. in Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University at College Station, USA
M.S. in Applied Physics (major: Optics), Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
B.A. in English (minor: Physics), Xiamen University, China

 

Professional Experience

Engineering Librarian, Evans Library, Florida Institute of Technology (10/2016 – present)
Research Scientist, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech (06/2015 – 08/2016).
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (07/2013- 06/2015).
Postdoctoral Research Associate, Dept. of Electrical & Computer Engineering and Beckman Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (01/2012-04/2013).
Lecturer, Dept. of Applied Physics, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China (02/1993 – 07/2001).
Lecturer, College of Science and Arts, Xiamen University, China (09/1984 – 08/1990).

Selected Publications

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
1. Chao Wang and Guoqiang Yu, “A dual-feature extraction method for computational
estimate of nucleus populations from two-channel fluorescence images of brain tissues,”
(in submission)
2. W. Cong, Chao Wang, G. Wang, “Stored Luminescence Computed Tomography,”
Applied Optics, 53 (2014) 5672-5676.
3. M. Getzin, L. Gjesteby, Y-J Chuang, S. McCallum, W. Cong, Chao Wang, Z. Pan,
G. Dai, G. Wang, “A Pilot Study on Coupling CT and MRI through Use of Semiconductor
Nanoparticles,” arXiv preprint (2014) arXiv: 1412.7554.
4. Q. Pian, Chao Wang, X. Chen, J. Liang, L. Zhao, G. Wang, and X. Intes, “Multimodal
biomedical optical imaging review: Towards comprehensive investigation of biological
tissues,” Current Molecular Imaging, 3 (invited review) (2014) 72-87.
5. W. Cong, F. Liu, Chao Wang, and G. Wang, “X-ray micro-modulated luminescence
tomography (XMLT)”, Optics Express, 22 (2014) 5572-5580.
6. Y. Tian, S. S. Wang, R. Clarke, Z. Zhang, O. C. Rodrigues, S. Ye, E. Petricoin III,
I-M Shih, D. Chan, L. Hilakivi-Clarke, M. Avantaggiati, G. Yu, Chao Wang, B. Zhang,
Y. Wang, and C. Albanese, “Integration of network biology and imaging to study cancer
phenotype and responses,” IEEE Transactions on Computational Biology and
Bioinformatics, 11 (2014) 1009-1019.
7. Chao Wang and A. T. Yeh, “Two-photon excited fluorescence enhancement with
broadband versus tunable femtosecond laser pulse excitation,” SPIE J. Biomedical Optics,
17 (2012) 025003-1 ~ 025003-8.
8. A. V. Sokolov, L. M. Naveira, M. P. Poudel, J. Strohaber, C. S. Trendafilova, W. C. Buck, J. Wang, B. D.
Strycker, Chao Wang, H. Shuessler, A. Kolomenski, and G. W. Kattawar, “Propagation of ultrashort laser
pulses in water: linear absorption and onset of nonlinear spectral transformation,” Applied Optics, 49 (2010) 513-519.
9. S. Pang, A. T. Yeh, Chao Wang, and K. E. Meissner, “Beyond 1/Tp limit: two-photon excited
fluorescence using pulses as short as sub-10-fs,” SPIE J. Biomedical Optics, 14 (2009) 054041-1 ~ 054041-7.
10. Chao Wang, “Dynamics of divergent dark and bright solitonic channels evolved from a dark soliton-like beam
in a medium with competing third- and fifth-order nonlinearities”, J. of the Optical Society of America/B Optical Physics,
18 (2001) 1351-1355.
11. Chao Wang, “A numerical study on evolution of a dark soliton-like beam in a self-defocusing medium with
measurable fifth-order focusing nonlinearity”, Optics Communications (Elsevier Science), 187 (2001) 415-418.
12. Chao Wang, “Dynamical behavior of unbounded spatial solitons in self-defocusing media with small self-
focusing nonlinearity,” Optics Communications (Elsevier Science), 175 (2000) 239-246.
13. Chao Wang, Y. Chen, X-F Chen, and Q. Li, “Stability properties of unbounded bright spatial solitons,” ACTA
OPTICA SINICA (The Chinese Optical Society), 19 (1999) 513-518.
14. Chao Wang and Y. Chen, “Propagation of the unbounded bright solitonic channel in the χ^((3))+χ^((5)) medium,”
ACTA PHOTONICA SINICA (The Chinese Optical Society), 27 (1998) 508-512.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS/PUBLICATIONS
1. Chao Wang and Guoqiang Yu, “A circular Hough-Transform based segmentation algorithm for computational estimate of nucleus populations from two-channel fluorescence images of brain tissues,” Bio-Image Informatics (BII) Conference 2015 (National Institute of Standards and Technology, U.S. Department of Commerce, NIH), 2015, USA. (invited speech)
2. Chao Wang, Yue Zhuo, Jihye Seong, Yingxiao Wang, and Stephen A. Boppart, “Temporally precise control of intracellular calcium activity in non-excitable cells by optogenetic techniques,” SPIE Photonics West 2013 (BIOS), 2013, California, USA. (Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 8586)
3. Chao Wang and A. T. Yeh, “Enhanced excitation of multiple fluorophores by sub-10fs transform-limited laser pulses for two-photon microscopy,” Annual Meeting of Biomedical Engineering Society, 2010, Texas, USA.
4. A. T. Yeh, A. M. Larson, Chao Wang, and K. E. Meissner, “Ultrashort pulse excitation for nonlinear optical microscopy,” Frontiers in Optics, Nonlinear Microscopy in Biology II (FTuU) (Laser Science XXIII/Organic Materials and Devices for Displays and Energy Conversion, The Optical Society of America technical digest), 2007, California, USA.
5. Chao Wang, A. M. Larson, K. E. Meissner, and A. T. Yeh, “Two-photon excited fluorescence using sub-10fs and 170fs pulses”, 24th Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research (The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology), 2007, Texas, USA.
6. H. Balasubramanian, Chao Wang, A. T. Yeh, and K. E. Meissner, “Comparison of two-photon luminescence from quantum dots using broad and narrowband femtosecond laser pulses”, 24th Annual Houston Conference on Biomedical Engineering Research (The Houston Society for Engineering in Medicine and Biology), 2007, Texas, USA.
7. Chao Wang and L. N. Binh, “Unbounded solitonic channels in media with competing third- and firth-order nonlinearities,” The 4th Workshop on the Applications of Radio Science, (Australian Academy of Science), 2002, New South Wales, Australia.

PATENTS
1. G. Wang, W. Cong, Chao Wang, F. Liu, “Stored luminescence computed tomography,” U.S. patent assigned by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (US20150157286 A1) https://www.google.com/patents/US20150157286