Wenhao Peng is pursuing his graduate studies at the University of Michigan after his completion of the (UM-SJTU) dual (B.S.) degree program in 2018.
Currently, he does research on designing and modeling resonators and passive filters for radio frontends using nonlinear coupling among multiple physics with emphasis on structural vibrations under the excitation of electric fields, and electric field generation from structural vibrations. He is currently under the supervision of Prof. Amir Mortazawi in RADLAB. Wenhao on LinkedIn. OpenPGP: Wenhao's public key for firstname.lastname@example.org. Although teaching, research, and coursework have dominated Wenhao's schedule, he enjoys taking a jog in the beautiful tree town of Ann Arbor.
Master of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering/Integrated Circuits and VLSI, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, December 2019.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, April 2018.
Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, August 2018.
EECS 411: Microwave Circuits I Lead lab sessions. FA2019, FA2020. Introduction to the Microwave instruments and CAD tools. Coupler, amplifier, and filter measurements. Also give office hours to answer questions regarding pre/post-labs, the major design experience project, and homework, which cover transmission lines, impedance matching, S-Parameters, high gain and low noise amplifier designs, noise and nonlinearity, LC ladder-type filters, a few mixer designs, and Microwave resonators. Also edit lab manuals, grade lab reports and project reports.
EECS 312: Digital Integrated Circuits Lead discussion sessions and help with the CAD tools. WN2021. Starting with the device physics of MOSFET, a circuit representation of NMOS and PMOS is introduced. Implementation of static and dynamic logic gates using MOSFETs, and delay and energy considerations are taught. Digital circuits at a higher level, such as the adder, elements for sequential logic, timing constraints, and several memory elements are then introduced.
VP 160: Honors Physics I Give recitation classes using a deck of slides with emphasis on problem solving skills. SU2016, SU2018. Kinematics, inertial frames of reference, Newtonian mechanics, oscillations with linear drag, non-inertial frames of reference, work and energy, elements of Lagrangian mechanics, collision and momentum, angular momentum, rigid body dynamics, equilibrium and elasticity, fluid mechanics, and gravitation. Also grade homework and exams.
VC 211: Chemistry Lab Lead lab sessions. SP2016. Acid-base titration, buffer solutions, spectrophotometric analysis, reaction rate, and precipitation. Also grade lab reports and presentations.
VC 210: Chemistry Give recitation classes with emphasis on key concepts from the textbook. FA2015. Structures of atoms and compounds, stoichiometry, thermochemistry, electron configurations of atoms, chemical equilibrium, chemical bonding, reaction rates, chemical thermodynamics, and electrochemistry. Also grade homework, exams, and presentations.