报告题目：Academic Career in the U.S. and Proposal Writing
报告人：Kenneth J. Loh, Ph.D.
Associate Professor in the Department of Structural Engineering
Active, Responsive, Multifunctional, and Ordered-materials Research (ARMOR) Laboratory
University of California, San Diego
Dr.Kenneth Loh is an Associate Professor in the Department of Structural Engineering and leads the Active, Responsive, Multifunctional, and Ordered-materials Research (ARMOR) Lab at the University of California-SanDiego. Prior to this, he was at UC Davis in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering as an Assistant Professor from 2009 and then promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 2014. Dr. Loh received his B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 2004. He continued his graduate studies at the University of Michigan, where he completed two M.S. degrees in Civil Engineering (2005) and Materials Science & Engineering (2008), as well as a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering in 2008. His research interests include multifunctional materials, nanocomposites, scalable nano-manufacturing, and human performance sensing. His recent honors include the NSF CAREER Award, Achenbach Medal, Fulbright Scholar, Joseph Wang Award, and SPIE Senior Member honor.