Dr Chien-Chih (James) Wang
Email: james ‘dot’ ccw ‘at’ berkeley ‘dot’ edu
Chien-Chih Wang is a post-doctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley. He obtained his Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU), Taiwan in 2018. In his Ph.D. project, he developed an embedded system called SmartStone for exploring particle contact behavior under the supervision of Prof. An-Bin Huang. He has also developed FBG-based sensors for 4 years at NCTU. He is keen to implement novel technologies, such as wireless sensor network (WSN), magnetic induction (MI) and fiber optic sensor (FOS), in geotechnical research and practice.
- 4-years experience in MEMs (Microelectromechanical Systems) control.
- 4-years experience in FBG sensor design.
- 7-years experience in 3D prototyping.
- Other experience includes field installation, laboratory and in-situ tests.
 Wang, C. C., Chang, W. J., Huang, A. B., Chou, S. H., & Chien, Y. C. (2018). Simplified monitoring and warning system against rainfall-induced shallow slope failures. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 55(10), 1421-1432.
Chien-Chih with his SmartStone developed in his PhD project, Taiwan, 2018
Chien-Chih instrumented WSN motes for shoreline erosion monitoring in Taiwan with Icerbergtek Inc., Taiwan, 2020
Chien-Chih collected FOS field data at Treasure Island with Peter Hubbard and Hayato Nonaka, CA, 2020