Binbin Yang

Assistant Professor

Binbin Yang
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College of Engineering

Electrical & Computer Engineering

The Harold L. Martin Sr. Engineering Research & Innovation Complex 221
Ph.D.Electrical Engineering / North Carolina State University
M.S.Electrical Engineering / University of Chinese Academy of Sciences
B.S.Electrical Engineering / Hunan University


Dr. Yang received his Ph.D. degree from North Carolina State University in 2017, his master degree from the university of Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2013, and his bachelor degree from Hunan university in 2010, all in electrical engineering. From May 2016 to August 2016, Dr. Yang worked as an intern with the role of RF System Engineer at Futurewei Technologies, Bridgewater, NJ. From August 2017 to August 2019, Dr. Yang worked at Motorola Mobility, Chicago, IL, as a Staff Antenna Engineer, where he conducted research and development of novel antenna systems for mobile devices, and contributed to the successful launch of several commercial products. In August 2019, Dr. Yang joined the ECE department at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Greensboro, NC, as an assistant professor. His primary teaching and research interests are in the areas of electromagnetics, antennas, microwave and mmWave imaging, RF and microwave circuits and numerical methods.

Research Interests

Electromagnetics, Antennas, RF and Microwave Circuits, Wireless Communication, Numerical Methods

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Recent Publications

  • Yuzan Xiong, Andrew Christy, Yun Dong, Andrew Comstock, Dali Sun, Yi Li, James Cahoon, Binbin Yang, Wei Zhang (2024). (Combinatorial split-ring and spiral meta-resonator for efficient magnon-photon coupling). (3) 21, pp. 034034. PHYSICAL REVIEW APPLIED.
  • Lin Zhang, Zongwen Zhang, Hannah Weisbecker, Haifeng Yin, Yihan Liu, Tianhong Han, Ziheng Guo, Matt Berry, Binbin Yang, Xu Guo, Jacob Adams, Zhaoqian Xie, Wubin Bai (2022). (3D morphable systems via deterministic microfolding for vibrational sensing, robotic implants, and reconfigurable telecommunication). (51) 8, pp. eade0838. Science Advances.
  • Jacob Adams, Simone Genovesi, Binbin Yang, Eva Antonino-Daviu (2022). (Antenna Element Design Using Characteristic Mode Analysis: Insights and Research Directions.). (2) 64, pp. 32-40. IEEE Antennas and Propagation Magazine.
  • Daniel Guidotti, Binbin Yang, Muhammad Omar, Shang-Jen Su, Yahya Alfadhli, Gee-Kung Chang, Xiaoli Ma (2022). (Small Formfactor Phased Array for Simultaneous Spatial and Channel Diversity Communications). 104, pp. 37-46. Progress In Electromagnetics Research Letters.
  • Binbin Yang, Jaewoo Kim, Jacob Adams (2021). (Fundamental Limits on Substructure Dielectric Resonator Antennas). 3, pp. 59-68. IEEE Open Journal of Antennas and Propagation.
  • Brinta Chowdhury, Thisara Walpita, Binbin Yang, Abdullah Eroglu (2020). (Resonant Characteristics of Split Ring Resonator And Unit Cell for Periodic Metamaterial Devices). (ACES Journal) (11) 35, pp. 1378-1379. ACES Journal.
  • Binbin Yang, Abdullah Eroglu, Jacob Adams (2020). (Shape Synthesis of Multi-mode Dielectric Resonator Antennas Using Characteristic Modes). (ACES JOURNAL) (11) 35, pp. 1280-1281. ACES JOURNAL.
  • Binbin Yang, Juncheng Zhou, Jacob Adams (2019). (A Shape-First, Feed-Next Design Approach for Compact Planar MIMO Antennas). 77, pp. 157-165. PROGRESS IN ELECTROMAGNETICS RESEARCH M.
  • Kurt Schab, Binbin Yang, Brian Hughes, Jacob Adams (2018). (Lower Bounds on Substructure Antenna Q-Factor). (7) 66, pp. 3278-3285. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION.
  • Binbin Yang, Jacob Adams (2016). (Computing and Visualizing the Input Parameters of Arbitrary Planar Antennas via Eigenfunctions). (7) 64, pp. 2707-2718. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION.
  • Binbin Yang, Jacob Adams (2016). (Systematic Shape Optimization of Symmetric MIMO Antennas Using Characteristic Modes). (7) 64, pp. 2668-2678. IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON ANTENNAS AND PROPAGATION.
  • Fengman Liu, Binbin Yang, Baoxia Li, Haidong Wang, Haiyun Xue, Yuan Lu, Liqiang Cao, Dongkai Shangguan (2014). (A Surface Mounting Embedded Optical Transceiver with Bi-Directional Data Rate of Eight Channels x 10 Gbps). (1-2) 33, pp. 17-25. FIBER AND INTEGRATED OPTICS.