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Prof. TA De-An


Prof. De-An Ta received his Ph.D degree from the Institute of Acoustics, Tongji University in May 2002. He was a Postdoc researcher at Dept of Electr Eng., Fudan University from during 2002-2004, He was promoted to a full professor in May, 2010. He is currently vice head of the Dept of Electr Eng, Vice-Chairman of Biomed Ultrasound Speciality of Chinese Soc of Acoustics and Standing committee member of Apparatus Eng Speciality of Chinese Association of Ultrasound in Med & EngIEEE member. He was chairmen of bone section and industrial applications of NDT section of the World Congress on Ultrasonics (WCU) - Ultrasonics Int (UI) in 2005. He is adjunct Prof at College of Med Instrum& Food Eng, Shanghai Univ of Sci & Tech. During June to Dec 2006 and Sept 2009 he was a visiting scholar of University of Alberta, Canada and University of Jyv?skyl?, Finland, respectively. He was selected as superexcellent PostDoc at Fudan University, the Century Star of Fudan Univ and super -excellent youth teacher program of university at Shanghai in 2006. He was selected as Shanghai Rising-Star Program in 2007 and Dean'sAward of School of Inform Sci & Eng at Fudan University in 2009. He has been Principal Investigator of more than 10 projects granted by Chinese Government and Shanghai Municipal Government. He has contributed about 100 papers, coauthored 1 book and 2 patents pending.
Research Fields
His research interests include biomedical ultrasound and its diagnosis system, and medical signal processing. The generation, propagation and applications of ultrasonic guided waves in medicine (bone) and NDE & E. The applications of numerical techniques in ultrasound. 
Selected Publications
1.Kailiang Xu, Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang. Reflection and transmission characteristics of ultrasonic guided waves in fractured long bone. Chinese J of Acoustics, 2010; 29(3): 220-229.
2.Kailiang Xu, Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang. Multiridge based analysis for separating lndividual modes from multimodal Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control, 2010, 57(11). guided wave signals in long bones. IEEE Trans on
3.Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang, Yuanyuan Wang, Lawrence H. Le, Yuqing Zhou. Measurement of the dispersion and attenuation of cylindrical ultrasonic guided waves in long bone, Ultrasound in Med & Biol, 2009; 35(4): 641-652.
4.Dean Ta, Kai Huang, Weiqi Wang. Correlations between signal spectrum of ultrasonic backscatter and cancellous bone microstructure. IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Rome, 2009, 1922-1925.
5.Dean Ta, Kailiang Xu, Petro Moilanen, Sulin Cheng, Weiqi Wang. Ultrasonic guided wave propagation in long bones with varying cortical thickness. IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Rome. 2009, 1914-1917.
6.Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang, Kai Huang, Yuanyuan Wang, Lawrence H. Le. Analysis of frequency dependence of ultrasonic backscatter coefficient in cancellous bone. J Acoust Soc Am, 2008; 124(6): 4083-4090.
7.Kai Huang, Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang, Lawrence H. Le. Simplified inverse filter tracking algorithm for estimating the mean trabecular bone spacing, IEEE Trans on Ultrason Ferroelectr Freq Control, 2008, 55(7): 1453-1464.
8.Dean Ta, Weiqi Wang, Yuanyuan Wang. Dispersion of guided waves in viscous liquid-filled pipes. Insight, 2008, 50(1): 14-18.
9. Dean Ta, Zhenqing Liu, Xiao Liu. Combined spectral estimator for phase velocity of multimode Lamb waves in multilayer plates. Ultrsonics, 2006, 44: e1145 -1150. 
10. Dean Ta, Kai Huang, Weiqi Wang, Yuanyuan Wang. Identification and analysis of multimode guided waves in tibia cortical bone. Ultrasonics, 2006, 44: e279-284. 
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