Jesse Tong-Pin Yen

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Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering

Education

  • 1997, Bachelor's Degree, Biomedical/Electrical Engineering , Duke University
  • Doctoral Degree, Biomedical Engineering, Duke University



Research Summary


ultrasound systems and ultrasonic 2-D array transducers for real-time volumetric imaging. Specifically, he has designed and built large 2-D array transducers having over 65,000 elements for imaging targets nearthe skin surface such as the carotid artery, liver, and breast lesions. His current work involves designing advanced volumetric ultrasound systems and transducers to improve image quality, researching innovative techniques to fabricate 2-D array transducers, investigating new areas of applications for volumetric ultrasound imaging.

Awards


  • 2004 Front Cover Contribution in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control
  • 2003 Front Cover Contribution in IEEE Transactions on Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control
  • 2003 IEEE Ultrasonics symposium Student paper finalist
  • 1997 Duke University Cum laude
Appointments

    Office
    • DRB 140
    • Corwin D. Denney Research Center
    • 1042 Downey Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089
    • USC Mail Code: 1111

    Contact Information
    • (213) 740-0488
    • jesse.yen@usc.edu

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