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Huang E (Academician of the National Academy of Engineering)

Character experience

In 1956, Huang E graduated from the Provincial Hsinchu High School and entered the Civil Engineering Department of National Taiwan University.

Huang E (7 photos)

In 1960, after graduating from university, he went to study in the United States and entered Johns Hopkins University to study fluid mechanics.

In 1967, after obtaining his Ph.D., he entered the Department of Marine Geography at the University of Washington and engaged in post-doctoral research (until 1969).

In 1969, he entered the work of North Carolina State University and successively served as Assistant Professor and Associate Professor of Oceanography (until 1974).

In 1975, he joined the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as a research scientist.

In 1997, he entered the California Institute of Technology as a visiting assistant in engineering science (until 2003).

In 2000, he was elected to the National Academy of Engineering. In the same year, he served as Chief Scientist and Senior Researcher of Oceanography at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center (until 2006).

From 2002 to 2006, he won the American Service Contribution Award for four consecutive years.

In 2003, he was named NASA Inventor of the Year.

In 2004, he was elected as an academician of the Academia Sinica in Taiwan (25th).

In 2006, after retiring from NASA, he was hired by National Central University as a TSMC Chair Professor (until 2009).

In 2006, he served as the director of the Data Analysis Method Research Center of National Central University (until 2017).

In 2007, he was elected as a foreign academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering.

In 2010, he served as the co-director of the Research Center for Dynamic Biomedical Indicators and Translational Medicine (until 2017).

Main achievements

Scientific research achievements

In 1998, Huang E invented the "Hilbert-Huang Transformation" (Hilbert-Huang Transformation, HHT for short) -Method) The signal processing method completely changes the previous dilemma of being almost helpless with nonlinear and unsteady signals. It can be applied to ocean wave analysis, stress wave spectrum analysis, seismic wave spectrum analysis, and various unsteady information wave analysis. The wide range of applications and excellent results have been valued by the international academic community and have obtained a number of US patents. As of October 2008, the paper has been cited 1031 times. He also developed Holographic Hilbert Spectrum Analysis (HHSA) and Intrinsic Probability Distribution Function (IPDF). IPDF fully considers the nonlinear multiplication effects in physical processes in the fields of spectroscopy and probability.

Honor and Recognition

1998< /td>NASA Special Space Act Award (Exceptional Space Act Award)
2000Member of the National Academy of Engineering
2003NASA James Klee Invention Award
2003United States NASA Inventor of the Year
2006Service to America Medals (the first Chinese scientist to win the award)
2007Foreign Academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering

Social Service

1990 Since then, Huang E has served as the assistant editor-in-chief of the Journal of Natural Ocean Geography.

Character Evaluation

Huang E is a senior scholar and chief scientist of the Marine Physics and Fluid Mechanics Research Group of NASA. He invented the "Hilbert-Huang Transformation" The "method" signal processing method is hailed as one of the most important inventions of applied mathematics in the history of NASA. (National Aerospace Administration of Outstanding contribution. (Evaluated by the National Academy of Engineering)

Huang E's pioneering work in testing and perfecting NASA space shuttles, earthquake-resistant buildings, bridges, submarines, medicine, and other areas. (U.S. Service Contribution Award)

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