Hao Ying, Ph.D., a 1990 doctoral graduate of UAB School of Engineering, was named an IEEE Fellow for outstanding contributions to theory and biomedical applications of fuzzy control. The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, the world’s largest professional association for the advancement of technology, has 385,000 members from 160 countries. Ying was one of only 321 people named an IEEE Fellow in 2011.
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Building Decorations -Hoehn Engineering Building
The Scanning Electron Microscope, or SEM, magnifies 200,000 times. It can make one grain of pollen look like a golf ball.