2020 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
2013 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to antennas and propagation for body-centric wireless communications
Optics, Electronic engineering, Wireless, Antenna and Metamaterial are his primary areas of study. His Optics study which covers Radiation pattern that intersects with Parabolic antenna. The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Path loss, Wireless network, Link budget and Fading.
His Wireless research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Radio propagation, Wireless sensor network, Wearable computer and Electrical engineering. His Electrical engineering study incorporates themes from Body area network, Acoustics, Anechoic chamber and Observability. The Metamaterial study combines topics in areas such as Coordinate system, Ground plane, Photonic crystal and Topology.
Yang Hao mainly focuses on Optics, Electronic engineering, Antenna, Wireless and Metamaterial. His Optics research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Optoelectronics and Microwave. The various areas that Yang Hao examines in his Electronic engineering study include Communication channel, Path loss, Radio channel and Electrical engineering.
His Antenna study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Acoustics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Radio propagation and Wearable computer in addition to Wireless. His studies deal with areas such as Broadband and Permittivity as well as Metamaterial.
His main research concerns Optics, Antenna, Wireless, Acoustics and Electronic engineering. His Optics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Doppler effect and Permittivity. His Antenna research incorporates themes from Radiation, Phase and Wideband.
His work in Wireless covers topics such as Communication channel which are related to areas like Topology, Scattering and Bandwidth. His Acoustics research incorporates elements of Frequency band, Surface wave, Position, Magnet and Magnetic source. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Extremely high frequency, MIMO and Reflection coefficient.
Yang Hao mostly deals with MIMO, Antenna, Optics, Wireless and Communication channel. His work carried out in the field of MIMO brings together such families of science as Antenna aperture, Shadow mapping, Electronic engineering and Smartwatch. His studies examine the connections between Electronic engineering and genetics, as well as such issues in Extremely high frequency, with regards to Scattering.
His Antenna research integrates issues from Lens, Reflection, Spiral and Phase. His work deals with themes such as Angular momentum and Doppler effect, which intersect with Optics. His Wireless research is within the category of Telecommunications.
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Antennas And Propagation for Body-Centric Wireless Communications
Maciej Klemm;I Kovacs;Y Hao;G Pedersen.
Artech House Publishers (2006)
Antennas and propagation for body centric communications
P. S. Hall;Y. Hao.
european conference on antennas and propagation (2006)
Wireless body sensor networks for health-monitoring applications.
Yang Hao;Robert Foster.
Physiological Measurement (2008)
Antennas and propagation for on-body communication systems
P.S. Hall;Yang Hao;Y.I. Nechayev;A. Alomainy.
IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine (2007)
Subwavelength imaging at optical frequencies using a transmission device formed by a periodic layered metal-dielectric structure operating in the canalization regime
Pavel A. Belov;Yang Hao.
Physical Review B (2006)
Detecting Vital Signs with Wearable Wireless Sensors
Tuba Yilmaz;Robert Foster;Yang Hao.
Microstructure, defects and mechanical behavior of beta-type titanium porous structures manufactured by electron beam melting and selective laser melting
Y. J. Liu;Y. J. Liu;S. J. Li;H. L. Wang;W. T. Hou.
Acta Materialia (2016)
Antennas for Wearable Devices
Akram Alomainy;Yang Hao;Frank Pasveer.
Subwavelength microwave imaging using an array of parallel conducting wires as a lens
Pavel A. Belov;Yang Hao;Sunil Sudhakaran.
Physical Review B (2006)
FDTD Modeling of Metamaterials: Theory and Applications
Yang Hao;Raj Mittra.
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