Yeqiang received his bachelor degree in June, 2014 from Suzhou University majoring in electronic information engineering. And he also received his master degree in June, 2017 from Anhui University with the major of electromagnetic field and microwave technology. After graduation, he has been working as an electronic engineer and his work mainly focused on the design of RF devices including RF cavities and high power combiners.
Yeqiang joined AVA network as a Marie Curie research fellow in June 2019. He will be investigating the application of a diamond membrane detector for Antimatter research at CIVIDEC Instrumentation Gmbh in cooperation with Vienna University of Technology. He will be studying the interaction mechanisms of antimatter with matter and designing an ultra-thin, vacuum compatible diamond membrane detector and the related front-end electronics for antimatter research.