Dr. Bai received his B.S. in electrical engineering from Wuhan University and his Ph.D. in electrical engineering from IEE,CAS. He started his research work on applied superconductivity from a national lab in Chinese Academy of Sciences. He joined GE Healthcare for the development of next generation MR in 2008. In 2014 Dr. Bai relocated to GE Research in Niskayuna to continue his research work on electromagnetics and superconducting magnet.
At GE, Ye has worked on 1.5T, 3T and 7T low cryogen superconducting magnet design and testing for GE Healthcare and NIH. He also worked on an ultra-high gradient project for DOD from 2016.
In addition to his primary expertise on superconducting magnet design, he has worked with colleagues at GE Research on T-cell isolation hardware development for the next generation immunotherapy platform. He also extended his expertise on electron beam simulation and focusing magnet design for additive manufacturing and X-ray since 2018.