Tag Archives: Qiang He
UT Professor Qiang He leads efforts to mitigate contamination and exposure to hazardous microbes for patients who use nebulizers to receive medical treatment.
Paving with a Plus
UT faculty members Baoshan Huang, Qiang He, and Nick Zhou see an opportunity to reduce plastic waste and tire rubber by incorporating the material into asphalt.
He Interviewed about Ozone Report for Sevierville
Professor Qiang He spoke with WBIR Channel 10 News for a story called “Sevierville Traffic May Be Hurting Your Lungs.”
He Talks Indoor Air Quality with WBIR
Professor Qiang He was recently featured on a WBIR Channel 10 News segment talking how indoor air pollution impacts human health.
New Study Helps Schools Understand Most Effective COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shaui Li studied the potential airborne transmission of the COVID-19 virus in schools and the impact of interventions.
Do We Breathe the Same Air?
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li are conducting research on indoor air pollution, which could help with public health policy.
Students and Faculty Honored at the Chancellor’s Honors Banquet
Undergrads Luke Aaron Edwards and Matthew Graham Montgomery and Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li were acknowledged with 2021 Chancellor’s Awards.
Robotic Decontamination Collaboration Wins Best Paper Award
Professor Qiang He, Assistant Professor Shuai Li, and MABE Professor Jindong Tan received a Best Paper Award for robotic decontamination research.
Building Better Buildings: Disease-Resistant Design Closer to Reality
Professor Qiang He and Assistant Professor Shuai Li have had a string of research collaborations that could greatly reduce the […]
Could Robots Be the Mechanical Heroes of the Next Pandemic?
Imagine that during the next pandemic, workers at schools, airports, hospitals, and other public spaces can program a robot to […]