Dapeng Li

Dapeng Li, PhD

Technical Associate

Bioengineering

508-910-6872

508-999-9139

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Education

2004University of California-DavisPhD in Textile Chemistry
1995Peking University, ChinaMS in Physical Chemistry
1992Shandong Normal University, ChinaBS in Chemistry

Teaching

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Teaching

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In support of the biomechanics lecture course, this laboratory covers computational and experimental methods in biomechanics and biomaterials.

In support of the biomechanics lecture course, this laboratory covers computational and experimental methods in biomechanics and biomaterials.

Biomedical signal characteristics, properties of physiological systems, and mathematical modeling of signals from biosystems and biomedical instrumentation. Applied mathematical methods for describing and analyzing biomedical signals such as ECG, EEG, EMG, heart sounds, breath sounds, blood pressure, and tomographic images are considered. Computational, modeling and simulation tools (e.g., MatLab and LabView) are introduced for biomedical signal processing and systems analysis. A group computer project in bioengineering design will be assigned to enhance the proficiency in using the modeling and simulation tools.

Biomedical signal characteristics, properties of physiological systems, and mathematical modeling of signals from biosystems and biomedical instrumentation. Applied mathematical methods for describing and analyzing biomedical signals such as ECG, EEG, EMG, heart sounds, breath sounds, blood pressure, and tomographic images are considered. Computational, modeling and simulation tools (e.g., MatLab and LabView) are introduced for biomedical signal processing and systems analysis. A group computer project in bioengineering design will be assigned to enhance the proficiency in using the modeling and simulation tools.

Previous appointments

Postdoctoral Associate, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth, 2006-2010

  • Inkjet printing materials and devices for flexible electronics
  • UV protective mechanisms using hybrid nanoarchitectures
  • Bacteriophage for virus-based biosensors
  • Invited lecturer for Materials Selection and Design, Biomaterials, and Advanced Electronic Properties of Materials

Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell University, 2005-2006

  • E. coli-detecting electrospun nanofibrous membranes
  • Repellency, retention, and penetration of pesticides through halamine-incorporated self-decontaminating protective clothing

Lecturer, China Textile University, China, 1995-2000

  • Fundamentals of Textile Organic Chemistry
  • Technical English
  • Organic Chemistry Lab
  • Textile Organic Chemistry Lab     

Honors & awards

  • 2006: “The E. Coli Wipe” featured by NY Times “Year in Ideas”
  • 2004: recipient of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) Foundation Student Research Support Grants Award for my proposed research “Characterization of Diffusion Behavior of Solvent Dyes in Polyester Fabrics via K/S Measurements”
  • 2003: recipient of the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists (AATCC) Herman and Myrtle Goldstein Student Paper Competition First Place Winner Award
  • 2001-2003: recipient of the Jastro-Shields Graduate Scholarship from UC Davis
  • 2001: recipient of the Summer Research Assistantship Award from UC Davis
  • 1999: recipient of the Outstanding Young Teacher Award from China Textile University
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