Greenbelt, MD 20771
Dr. Yang received his Ph.D in physics from Michigan Technological University in 2004. He received his BS and MS in physics majoring in optics and laser physics in China, respectively. His research work has been in optical sensing and signal processing focused on the development of novel techniques and physics in atmospheric sciences, astrophysics/astronomy and remote sensing. Prior to joining USRA/GESTAR as an assistant research scientist, he worked as postdoctoral researcher in Physics department and Electrical & Computer Engineering department of Michigan Technological University.