Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Faculty News dated April 21, 2014

Faculty News dated April 21, 2014

Dr. Tai-Yin Huang, associate professor of physics, was at the Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada from April 9 - 11, 2014. She served as a Ph.D. thesis external examiner at a Ph. D. candidate's oral defense. She also gave an invited talk entitled "Atmospheric Research on Gravity Waves, Airglow, Lightning, and Climate Change" at a private Graduate Seminar at the School of Mathematics and Statistic, Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada.

Saturday, March 29, 2014

Chinese New Year Celebration

News Article published in World Journal about Chinese New Year Celebration organized by Lehigh Valley Chinese School and Lehigh Valley Taiwanese Women Association. Here is the link News Article

Monday, March 24, 2014

COWA Faculty

Faculty New dated 3.24.2014 Dr. Tai-Yin Huang, associate professor of physics, has accepted the invitation to join the Center on Optical Wireless Applications (COWA) to become their 14th faculty member (http://cowa.psu.edu/Faculty_Members.html). Under the auspices of the National Science Foundation (NSF), the Pennsylvania State University (PSU) and the Georgia Institute of Technology (GT) are collaborating in an Industry/University Cooperative Research Center on Optical Wireless Applications (http://cowa.psu.edu/Home.html). COWA has 14 faculty members from PSU and GT and 11 industry members. Notably, Dr. Huang is the only female faculty from PSU at the Center. Dr. Huang currently owns 17 patents (5 pending) on LED lighting technology and an LED lighting company Andromeda LED Lighting. Collaborations are anticipated in the research area of wireless communication via visible spectrum of LED lighting in lighting applications.

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Professor receives National Science Foundation funding for physics research

Forgot to post it. The news was published on July 30, 2013.

7/30/2013 —

Tai-Yin Huang, associate professor of physics at Penn State Lehigh Valley, has recently been awarded supplemental funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) in the amount of $19,998 under the AGS-1202019 award "Micrometeoroid Mass Flux Influences on Space Weather and Middle Atmosphere Aeronomy Studied Using the Six NSF Radars and Modeling" (PI: John Mathews, Electrical Engineering Department, Penn State University).

The chemistry models developed by Huang can be used to study if there is any airglow variation induced by the passage of meteors either through the atmospheric compositional changes or by chemical reactions. It is essential to investigate the chemical reactions in the models for normal conditions so that they can be used as a baseline for comparisons when there are meteors.

Professor receives National Science Foundation funding for physics research

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Global atmospheric research is topic of Teaching International lecture

Faculty News Dr. Tai-Yin Huang

Tai-Yin Huang, Ph.D., associate professor of physics at Penn State Lehigh Valley, will be the featured speaker for the next Teaching International program lecture. Huang will present "Atmospheric Research: A Global Endeavor Involving International Collaborations" at 12:15 p.m. on Dec. 3 in Room 302 at the campus in Center Valley. This event is free and open to the public. To read more, click here.

Allentown Mayor Pawlowski joined the Local Chinese Community Networking Event

Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski stopped by the New China Buffet on the S. 4th street Monday evening to attend a social networking event organized by the East Penn Chinese American Chamber of Commerce (EPCACC) and sponsored by the New China Buffet and Andromeda LED Lighting. The event was attended by Chinese American families from around the Lehigh Valley area. The President of the EPCACC, Mr. Bo Yang, welcomed Mayor Pawlowski and introduced him to the audience. The chair of the EPCACC Board, Tai-Yin Huang, acted as a facilitator and translator for Mayor Pawlowski.

“It’s an honor to be here”, said Pawlowski and he went on to talk about the many good things occurred to Allentown since he took office in 2006.

The event came to an end with raffle drawings and photos with Mayor Pawlowski.


In picture with the Mayor


Click here for news published in World Journal

Sunday, November 10, 2013

EPCACC VIP Dinner – Lehigh Valley Chinese American Elites get-together


Local Chinese American elites in the Lehigh Valley area were invited to attend a VIP dinner party in the Asia Chinese restaurant on Sunday Oct. 13. Thirty-five Chinese leaders and business owners attended the event that was organized by the East Penn Chinese American Chamber of Commerce (EPCACC), a newly established nonprofit organization. The EPCACC strives to be the largest Chinese organization in the area with its missions to advance and promote the economic growth for business, to become a voice for the Chinese American community, to provide a platform for international business collaborations, and to facilitate greater integration of the Chinese community into the American society. For further information about the EPCACC, visit our website at www.epcacc.org or send an email to info@epcacc.org.

It is in the news!! And it is in the headline in the PA section of the World Journal!! :-)

News in the World Journal