Due to the high demand for the combination of array lock-in amplifier technology and Raman spectroscopy technology, MIT invited Dr. Jack Wang (Associate Professor, School of electronics and information engineering, Sun Yat Sen University) to cooperate with MIT as a visiting scientist.
Fig. 1 The impedance spectrum of biomaterials is measured by SSI’s custom lock-in amplifier in a MIT Laboratory
Fig. 2 Mr. He Dong, head of SSI scientific instruments USA (left), Dr. Jack Wang (Center), and Professor Jing Kong, Professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT, deputy director of MTL laboratory(right), take a group photo at MIT
Fig. 3 Dr. Jack Wang, founder of SSI scientific instruments (left), Dennis Grimard, executive director of MIT nanotechnology (center), and Prof. Jing Kong, Department of electrical engineering and computer science, MIT (right), take a group photo at MIT
Fig. 4 Dr. Jack Wang’s MIT credentials