Jingfei Liu, PhD
Office: ME South 201E
Research Website: Biomedical Acoustics Research Lab
Jingfei Liu specializes in biomedical acoustics. His research focuses on the investigation of the fundamental principles in the interaction of sound, especially ultrasound, with biological tissues and the application of these principles in developing both diagnostic and therapeutic technologies for human health problems such as cancers and cardiovascular diseases.
As a researcher, Dr. Liu received multidisciplinary training in Mechanical Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Biomedical Engineering. In addition to biomedical acoustics, his previous research also covers other areas, including ultrasonic material nondestructive testing and evaluation, physical acoustics, acoustic sensor development, and acoustics signal processing.
- Biomedical ultrasound imaging
- Biomedical ultrasound therapy
- Medical devices
- Signal & imaging processing
- Ultrasound nondestructive testing/evaluation
- Ph.D., Electrical and Computer Engineering (Bioengineering), Georgia Institute of Technology, (2020)
- Postdoc, Biomedical Engineering, University of California, Davis, (2017)
- Ph.D., Mechanics and Energy (Acoustics), Université de Lorraine, France, (2014)
- M.S., Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, (2012)
- M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Clarkson University, (2009)
- B.S., Process Equipment and Control, Dalian University of Technology, (2002)