Andy Wang, PhD
I am a leading researcher in the Biointerface Group (headed by Prof Shery Huang) on the UK Global Talent Visa scheme. I acquired my Bachelors’ degree in mechanical engineering from Tsinghua University (2016), and PhD degree from Cambridge University Engineering Department (2021).
My research focuses on additive manufacturing of bioelectronic and wearable devices for sensing, internet-of-things and health monitoring.
Research Associate, Biological and Electronic Material Processing and AnalyticsUniversity of Cambridge, Department of Engineering (supervisor, Prof Shery Huang)
2016 – 2021
PhD, Mechanical and Materials EngineeringUniversity of Cambridge, Department of Engineering (supervisor, Prof Shery Huang)
2012 – 2016
BSc, Mechanical Engineering and AutomationTsinghua University, Department of Mechanical Engineering
I have been accredited the Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA) in 2021In Cambridge, I have been teaching tutorials since 2018, with over 150 hours of teaching experience
First Prize for Poster in Cambridge Precision Health InitiativeCambridge Precision Health Initiative, 2022
Finalist in STEM for Britain Poster CompetitionThe UK Parliamentary & Scientific Committee, 2022
St Catharine’s College Prize for Distinction in ResearchSt Catharine’s College, Cambridge, 2020
Ford of Britain Fund Conference GrantDepartment of Engineering, Cambridge, 2019
St Catharine’s College Travel and Conference GrantSt Catharine’s College, Cambridge, 2018 & 2019
Tsinghua University Prize for Distinction in ResearchTsinghua University, Beijing, 2016
Tsinghua University Undergraduate Research GrantTsinghua University, Beijing, 2015