Dr. Ning Wang holds a 75% research and 25% teaching appointment in the Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering. Her research focuses on include intelligent sensing and control technologies, sensor networks, mechatronics, advanced data processing and analysis, and precision agriculture. She has chaired or participated in many national/international research projects funded by government agencies and research institutes of US, Canada, and China. Her research findings have been published in refereed technical journals and presented in national and international conferences.
Dr. Wang teaches an undergraduate course in Instrumentation and Control (BAE 3023) and a graduate course in Advanced Instrumentation and Control Systems for Biological Applications (BAE 5413). Dr. Wang currently serves as the BAE Graduate Coordinator.