B.S. Electrical Engineering, Guangxi University, 1976
M.S Electrical Engineering, The University of Bridgeport, 1984
PH.D Electrical Engineering, The University of Connecticut, 1989
Phone: (607) 871-2467
Location: Seidlin Annex, Room 216
Digital signal processing with applications to real-time digital filtering, communication, and control.
Power system generation scheduling.
Large scale system optimization and optimal control.
Current and Recent Projects
- "Digital Signal Processing with Applications to Control and Communication Systems", National Science Foundation.
- "Magnetic Levitation Using Digital Signal Processing for Control Engineering Education", National Science Foundation.
Select Publications and Patents
J. Tang, “ACTIVE AND PASSIVE CONTROL SYSTEMS FOR MAGNETIC BEARINGS WITH APPLICATION TO WIND TURBINES”, The 25th International Technical Conference on Circuits/Systems, Computer and Communications (ITC-CSCC 2010), Pattaya, Thailand, July 4-7, 2010.
J. Tang, "Real-Time Adaptive Phase-Lead Controller for Maglev Systems Using Digital Signal Processors", the World Congress on Engineering 2009, London, UK, July, 2009.
J. Tang, R. Chassaing, "PID Controller Using the TMS320C31 DSK for Real-Time DC Motor Control," Proc. Of the 1999 Texas Instruments DSPSFest, Houston, Texas, August 1999.
J. Tang, "Control of a Magnetic Levitation System Using a Digital Signal Processor as a Phase-Lead Controller", Proc. Of the 6th International Conference on Motion and Vibration Control, August 2002, Saitama, Japan, pp. 1122-1126.
J. Tang, "Parallel Processing for Power System Generation Scheduling with Artificial Neural Networks for Load Forecasting", Proc of the 2005 International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Processing Techniques and Applications, Las Vegas, June 2005,