Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Penn State LV helps launch 13 innovative business projects

Penn State Lehigh Valley helps launch 13 innovative business projects featuring interviews of Dr. Tina Richardson, Dr. Tai-Yin Huang, and student Matt Heintzelman. Here is the link to the interviews

Here is another piece run by The Morning Call Allentown's LaunchBox business incubator announces first grants

And another piece run by the Penn State Press Lehigh Valley LaunchBox announces first grant recipients

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Innovation Day

Roger Egolf, Ph. D.,associate professor of chemistry and Tai-Yin Huang, Ph. D., professor of physics, attended the 12th Annual Innovation Day, organized by the Society of Chemical Industry and the Chemical Heritage Foundation (CHF), October 5-6 in Philadelphia. Egolf is a council member of the CHF. Innovation Day is an invitation only event with a mission to provide a platform for early-career scientists and industry leaders to consider solutions to society's most pressing needs.

Monday, August 10, 2015

Presentations at the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Conference

Dr. Tai-Yin Huang, Professor of Physics, was in Singapore attending the 12th annual Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS) Conference from Aug. 2 to Aug. 8, 2015. She co-convened and chaired the Atmospheric Electricity (AE) session. Together with her collaborators, she presented and co-presented 4 papers on lightning-related subjects in the AE session. In addition, she also gave an invited talk on the chemistry, dynamics, and energetics of airglow in the OH Airglow Layer session.

The presentations are listed below

• Huang, T.–Y. (2015). On the Chemistry, Dynamics, and Energetics of the Terrestrial OH Airglow, AOGS 12th annual meeting, Singapore (invited talk).

• Huang, T. –Y., Kuo, C. L., Chiang, C. Y., Chen, A. B., Su, H. T., and Hsu, R. R. (2015). An Overview of Lightning-Induced Airglow Intensity Enhancements, AOGS 12th annual meeting, Singapore.

• Chou, M. H., Chen, Y. X., Jou, Alex, Lu, Minruey, Chen, P. Y., Kuo, Cheng-Ling, Huang, T.-Y. (2015). Cube Satellite Payload Design for Nighttime Airglow Observation, AOGS 12th annual meeting, Singapore.

• Chen, Y. X., Chou, M.-H., Chou, C.-C., Lu, M.-R., Chen, P. Y., Kuo, Cheng-Ling, Huang, T.-Y. (2015). The Simulation of Global Distribution of Airglow Using the IRI and MSISE Empirical Models, AOGS 12th annual meeting, Singapore.

• Kuo, C. L., Huang, T.-Y., Chen, A. B., Su, H. T., and Hsu, R. R. (2015). Numerical modeling of sprite streamers at an altitude of 70 km, AOGS 12th annual meeting, Singapore.

Friday, July 31, 2015

Integrated Energy Solutions for Entrepreneurs (IESE) Program launches webpage

In partnership with Invent Penn State, the IESE program aims to provide students a platform to conduct independent research with IESE faculty members in the areas of green energy, energy efficiency, visible light, wireless communication technology, marketing, corporate communication, and entrepreneurship. The IESE faculty have launched a newly created webpage by Kasey Hudak. Visit here>>

Monday, June 1, 2015

All-Stars of Academia

"All-Stars of Academia" in May-June issue of Lehigh Valley Magazine

Article on All Stars of Academia


Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Commission For Women representatives meet with President Barron

The Commission for Women (CfW) held their annual meeting at UP with President Barron, May 20. Committee Chair, Dr. Tai-Yin Huang presented a recap of the recent CfW All Campus Meeting successfully held at our Lehigh Valley campus. Highlights of the meeting were the STEM panel, Connecting Humans and Nature through Conservation Experiences (CHANCE), and The Integrated Energy Solution for Entrepreneurs (IESE) program. Dr.Jenn Parker, Marianne Kiani, and Sharon Neders also attended.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Three faculty members granted promotion

5/18/2015 — Penn State Lehigh Valley has announced the promotion of three professors: Barbara Cantalupo, Ph.D., of Bethlehem, Douglas Hochstetler, Ph.D., of Breinigsville, and Tai-Yin Huang, Ph.D., of Lower Macungie.

Huang received promotion to full professor of physics. She is in her 13th year at the Penn State Lehigh Valley campus. Huang holds a Ph.D. (Physics) from University of Cincinnati, an M.S. (Physics) from University of Cincinnati, and a B.S. (Physics) from National Changhua University of Education in Taiwan. Huang's research interests include gravity waves dynamics, airglow chemistry, and energetics in the MLT region, Lightning-Induced Transient Emissions (LITEs) of airglow, sprites and elves, global warming and climate change, specializing in analytical approach, numerical simulation, and data analysis. Huang is an editorial board member of a few open access online journals and a book editor on Coupling of Thunderstorms and Lightning Discharges to Near-Earth Space. She has served as a reviewer for scientific journals and proposal reviewer for NSF programs. Her latest endeavors involve designing integrated energy solution for entrepreneurs and harvesting electrical energy released from lightning discharge. She owns Andromeda LED Lighting, LLC and several LED and other patents.

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