Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Chunyang Zhai Awarded Rackham International Student Fellowship

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Chunyang Zhai 

Chunyang Zhai, a graduate student in the Electrical Engineering program, was awarded a Rackham International Student Fellowship for 2011-12. Ms. Zhai is working with Prof. Michael Flynn in the area of analog and mixed-signal circuits, and applying her work to infrastructure health monitoring.

"Currently I am designing a magnetic field sensor to detect bridge cracks, corrosion and other signs of weakness which are very tiny and can’t seen by the human eye," stated Ms. Zhai. "This sensing circuit will provide an accurate report regarding the crack at any time, ensuring the safety of the bridge."

About the Award

The Rackham International Student Fellowship assists outstanding international students who have successfully completed one year of graduate study. Nominees must have a strong academic record, and demonstrate outstanding academic and professional promise.


Posted December 14, 2011
by
Catharine June
EECS/ECE Communications Coordinator
cmsj@umich.edu or 734-936-2965