Yifei Li, PhD
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Science & Engineering 214B
|2003||Drexel University||PhD in Electrical Engineering|
|2001||Drexel University||MA in Electrical Engineering|
|1996||Hauzhong University, China||BS in Optoelectronics Engineering|
- Computer Engineering BS, BS/MS
- Computer Engineering Cybersecurity
- Computer Engineering MS
- Electrical Engineering BS, BS/MS
- Electrical Engineering MS
- Electrical Engineering PhD
- $ 3,214 awarded by MACOM Technology Solutions Inc. for Photoreceiver Evaluation
- $ 273,517 awarded by The APPLIED NANOFEMTO TECHNOLOGIES LLC for Phase II: EMI Resilient, Low NF, Wide SFDR RF Photonic Link
- $ 549,145 awarded by Office of Naval Research for UMassD MUST I: Tethered Integrated RF/Photonic Transmit/Receive for Underwater Unmanned Communications
- Yifei Li (2008).
Coupled Optoelectronic Oscillation via Fundamental Mode-Locking in a Composite-Cavity Electro-Optic Microchip Laser
IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology, 26, 824-831.
- Li, Y.; Ding, G.H.; Herczfeld, P.R. (2008).
Photonic phase-locked-loop linear phase demodulator
Electronics Letters, 44, 375-376.
- Li, Y.; Herczfeld P.; Rosen, A.; Bystrom, M.; Jemison, W. (2008).
Optical down-conversion and digital processing of microwave signals
Journal of European Microwave Association, 4, 226-235.
Dr. Yifei Li received his B.Eng. in Optoelectronics from Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, in 1996. He received his MS (2001) and PhD (2003) in Electrical Engineering both from Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA. From 2003 to 2007, he was a research faculty with the Center for Microwave-Lightwave Engineering, Drexel University. In 2007, he joined the ECE Department of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, where he is currently a full professor and the director of the RF Photonics Lab. From 2013 to 2014, Dr. Li was a visiting faculty in the Optoelectronic Research Group of the University of California Santa Barbara. Dr. Li’s research interests includes RF photonics, photonic integrated circuits, coherent optical communications, RF devices and systems, and laser physics.
Dr. Li has five US patents in RF Photonics. He has numerous publications in renowned technical journals and international conference proceedings. Since he joined UMassD, he has led 8 competitive research projects funded from the Navy, Airforce and DARPA as the Principle investigator. Dr. Li was a winner of European Microwave Association (EuMA) Young Scientist Prize (1st prize) during the 12th Colloquium on Microwave Communications held in Budapest, Hungary. He was a winner of 2008 DARPA MTO Young Faculty Award.