JENNY Y. AU
NSF GK-12 FELLOW: Vibes and Waves in Action vibes.uml.edu
University of Massachusetts Lowell

OFFICE
Falmouth 203

CONTACT
Jenny_Au@student.uml.edu

EDUCATION
BSEE: University of Massachusetts Lowell (2012)
MSEE: University of Massachusetts Lowell (Expected 2015)

RESEARCH
Transducer Distribution

Linear arrays dealing with placement of transducers is of interest. Nonuniformly spaced transducers can be of low cost with sidelobe reduction. Random transducer placement of large number of transducers is of current interest.

 

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

·         K. Aho, J. Au, C. Thompson and K. Chandra, “Effect of surface irregularities on the stability of Stokes boundary, J. Acoustic. Soc. Am., 136, 2256 (2014)

·         J. Au, C. Thompson, O. Mudasiru, “Statistical Properties of Random Arrays”, J. Acoustic. Soc. Am. 135, 2242 (2014)

·         J. Au, O. Mudasiru, K. Chandra and C. Thompson, “Random Beam Patterns from Linear Arrays”, 17th Annual Student Research and Community Engagement Symposium, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA (2014)

·         J. Au, O. Mudasiru, K. Chandra and C. Thompson,Random Beam Patterns from Linear Arrays”, 2014 Zone 1 Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, University of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT (2014) [Honorable Mention]

·         J. Au, C. Thompson,On the spatial distribution for randomly spaced arrays”, J. Acoustic. Soc. Am. 133, 3267 (2013)

·         J. Au, C. Thompson, “Random Distribution of Transducers”, J. Acoustic. Soc. Am., Vol. 133, No.5, Pt.2, POMA 19, 030022 (2013)

·         Matarazzo Jr., Bruno. (May 21, 2012). A sense of reality. In Daily News. Retrived February 5, 2015, fromhttp://www.newburyportnews.com/local/x1647280473/A-sense-of-reality” - PDF

·         K. Aho, M. Sunny, T. Nabat, J. Au, C. Thompson, “Acoustic Streaming In The Cochlea Under Compressive Bone Conduction Excitation”, Bull Am Phys. Soc., 56, (1), Q41.00005, (2012)

·         J. Y. Au, C. Thompson, K. Chandra, “Collaborative Beam Shaping For Nonuniformly Spaced Linear Microphone Arrays”, 2012 ASEE Northeast, University of Massachusetts Lowell, April 27-28, 2012

·         J. Au, C. Thompson, K. Chandra, “Collaborative Beam Shaping For Nonuniformly Spaced Linear Microphone”, 2011 West Symposium, Johns Hopkins University, October 7-8 2011

·        J. Y. Au and C. Thompson, “Comprehensive development of the theory of nonuniformly spaced arrays, 14th Annual Student Research and Community Engagement Symposium, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Lowell, MA, 2011

·        J. Y. Au and C. Thompson, “Comprehensive development of the theory of nonuniformly spaced arrays, JASA, 1981, v.127, No. 3, Pt. 2, 2010, 159th

·        J.Y. Au and C. Thompson, “Investigation of One-Dimensional Microphone Arrays,15th Annual Massachusetts Statewide Undergraduate Research Conference, UMASS Amherst, Amherst, MA, #75, 2009

·        J.Y. Au and C. Thompson, “Nonuniformly spaced linear arrays, JASA, 2161, v. 126, No. 4, Pt. 2, 2009,158th Acoustic Society of America Meeting

·        J. Au and C. Thompson, “Nonuniformly spaced linear array”, Argonne symposium for undergraduates in science, engineering and mathematics, Argonne National Lab, Chicago, IL, 2009

·         M. Sunny, J. Y. Au, A. Bhatta, C. Thompson, “Data communication over acoustic channels, Argonne symposium for undergraduates in science, engineering and mathematics, Argonne National Lab, Chicago, IL, no.94 (2008)

EXPERIENCES

·         NSF GK-12 Fellow: Vibes and Waves in Action (July 2012 – 2014)

Center for Advanced Computation and Telecommunications (CACT), University of Massachusetts Lowell

·         Research Assistant (Sep 2008 –Present)

Center for Advanced Computation and Telecommunications (CACT), University of Massachusetts Lowell

·         NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) (summer, 2008-2010)

Center for Advanced Computation and Telecommunications (CACT), University of Massachusetts Lowell