Biological Systems Engineering, UNLAdvanced Sensing Systems Engineer
Yufeng Ge researches sensing and instrumentation for agricultural and natural resources applications. He has been closely involved in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s plant phenotyping efforts, and collaborated broadly with plant scientists, statisticians and computer scientists. Ge’s research is supported by National Science Foundation, USDA-NIFA and Nebraska commodity boards.
Ge has a doctorate in agricultural and biological engineering from Texas A&M University. He has a master’s degree and bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, both from Nanjing Forestry University in China.