Biography

Prof. Qiangxian Huang

Hefei University of Technology, Hefei, China

Professor


Email: huangqx@hfut.edu.cn


Qualifications

1994–1998 Ph.D., School of Instrumentation Science and Opto-electronics Engineering, China

1990–1993 M.Sc., Department of Precision Instruments, Hefei University of Technology, China

1986-1990 B.Sc., Department of Precision Instruments, Hefei University of Technology, China


Publications (selected)

  1. Q. X. Huang and Q. Hou (2011) Higher eigenmodes vibration cantilever's resonance frequency and cantilever spring constant, Applied Mechanics and Materials, 44-47, 489-493.
  2. Q. X. Huang and K. Ni (2010) A dynamic micro force sensing probe based on PVDF, Sensors and Transducers, 114, 122-131
  3. Q. X. Huang, Y. T. Fei, S. Gonda, I. Misumi, T. Kurosawa (2006) The interference effect in an optical beam deflection detection system of a dynamic mode AFM, Measurement Science and Technology, 17, 1417-1423
  4. Q. X. Huang, S. Gonda, I. Misumi, T. Keem, T. Kurosawa (2006) Nonlinear and hysteretic influence of piezoelectrical actuators in AFMs on lateral dimension measurement, Sensors & Actuators: A. Physical, 125, 590-596
  5. Misumi, S. Gonda, Q. X. Huang, T. Keem, T. Kuroswa (2005) Sub-hundred nanometer pitch measurements using an AFM with differential laser interferometers for designing usable lateral scales. Measurement Science and Technology, 16, 2080-2090
  6. T. Keem, S. Gonda, I. Misumi, Q. X. Huang, T. Kurosawa (2005) Simple, real-time method for removing the cyclic error of a homodyne interferometer with a quadrature detector system, Applied Optics, 44, 3492-3498
  7. T. Keem, S. Gonda, I. Misumi, Q. X. Huang, T. Kurosawa (2004) Removing Nonlinearity of a Homodyne Interferometer by Adjusting the Gains of its Quadrature Detector Systems, Applied Optics, 43, 2443-2448
  8. Q. X. Huang, T. Hatsuzawa (2004) A novel tapping-mode stylus with a polyvinylidene fluoride unimorph sensor, Measurement Science and Technology, 15, 520-528

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