Bing joined the FAST Lab in January 2011. He is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington. His interestss are Analog and Biomedical Instrumentation. Aside from analog circuits, Bing is also interested in embedded systems and research in new devices such as nanoelectronics and organic electronics. Prior to joining FAST Lab , Bing worked on laser optics and UHV system designs for the Trapped Ion Quantum Computing group at UW. As an independent research project, Bing is now working on a feasibility study of substrate-integrated-waveguides used for ultrahigh-speed data communication.