Prof. Z.Y. Dong (IEEE Fellow), The University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Z.Y. Dong is a (SHARP) Professor in Energy Systems and Director for UNSW Digital Grid Futures Institute. His research expertise includes power system planning and stability, smart grid/micro-grid, load modelling, renewable energy grid connection, electricity market, data analytics, artificial intelligence and computational methods for energy systems. He served as Ausgrid Chair and director of Ausgrid Centre for Intelligent Electricity Networks to provide R&D support for the $100m (plus $500m from Ausgrid) Smart Grid, Smart City national demonstration project in Australia. He has been serving as editor for several IEEE and IET journals. He is a Fellow of IEEE. He is in the 2019 Clarivate Analytics list of Highly Cited Researchers.
Speech Title : Distributed Renewable Energy Resource Uptake Methodologies (Download Abstract)
Prof. Zhixin Wang, Shanghai Jiaotong University, China
Prof. Zhixin Wang received his BE degree in department of Scientific Instrumentation from Zhejiang University in 1985, M.S. degree in Department of Scientific Instrumentation, from Zhejiang University, in 1988 and Ph.D. degree in Mechanical Engineering, from Zhejiang University in 1994. Prof. Wang Zhixin is a full Professor in Department of Electrical Engineering at Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China. Professor Zhixin Wang conducts research in the areas of wind power, photovoltaic generation and control technology, distributed generations of smart grid and intelligent distribution system, motor control system and energy-saving system. He has published more than 100 international academic research papers, and there are 14 Sci index papers. He currently serves as Vice-Chairman of Shanghai Hydroelectric Engineering Society, Committee member of Shanghai New Energy Association Committee of Experts, and Honorary director of Shanghai Mechanical Engineering Society, etc.
Speech Title : DC Fault Current Limiter and Application in VSC-HVDC Transmission System (Download Abstract)
Prof. Dr. Lin Chen, Chinese Academy of
Sciences, China (Tohoku University, Japan)
Dr. L. Chen is now a Professor in the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China. He
obtained his B.Eng and PhD in from Peking University. He is also a
granted JSPS/JST-CREST Research Fellow and Assistant Professor in Tohoku
University (Japan). His current research topics include renewable and
unconventional energy resources, supercritical fluids, multiscale
heat/mass transfer, and advanced measurement techniques.
In recent years, he has authored more than 120 well-cited international journal papers and/or conference presentations/keynotes/invited talks, books/chapters, including the most famous one on energy conversion (“Advanced Applications of Supercritical Fluids in Energy Systems”, IGI Global, 2017, 680 pages). Dr. L. Chen is a winner of the President Scholarship, National Scholarship (MOE), Elite Scholar, Young Scientist Award, and many other honors/awards. He received the Innovation Award in 2011, 2012, and 2014, Elsevier journal TOP5 most-cited paper and the Elsevier Excellent Reviewer (2013, 2017). He is also a Reviewer, an Editorial/Advisory/TPC Member/Guest Editor for many renowned international journals/conferences.
Prof. Hee-Je Kim, Pusan National University, Korea
Hee-Je Kim got PhD of Energy Conversion, Kyushu University, Fukuoka city, Japan.
(1990, March) At present he is professor of Department of Electrical Engineering
in Pusan National University (Busan, South Korea). And the group leader of BRL
(Basic Research Lab.). He is currently working as an Associate Editor of NJC
(New Journal of Chemistry)-RSC shared and Editorial Board Member of Journal
[Energies], and the two permanent member of Korea Institute of Electrical
Engineers [KIEE] / Renewable Energy. His main research area is dynamic,
multi-objective, practical solution based research with a focus on highly
efficient solar energy conversion and effective energy storage. That is related
to mainly four area: i) Fabrication and commercialization of next-generation
solar cells such as dye synthesized solar cells, quantum- dot, and perovskite
solar cells). ii) Improving efficiency of existing solar PV and wind hybrid
systems using different tools and techniques. iii) High energy and power density
flexible super-capacitor for hybrid energy storage system. v) Dual active bridge
(DAB), DC/DC Converter, MPPT, PV Inverter, Remote control by smart-phone with
novel algorithm for Power conditioning system.
Prof. Hazlie Mokhlis, University of Malaya, Malaysia, Malaysia
Hazlie Mokhlis received the Bachelor of Engineering (B. Eng. (Hons)) degree and
Master of Engineering Science (M. Eng.Sc) in Electrical Engineering from
University of Malaya in 1999 and 2003 respectively. He received PhD degree from
the University of Manchester in 2009. He is currently Professor at Department of
Electrical Engineering, University of Malaya and Head of Department Electrical
Engineering. He was a Deputy Dean for Research (2013-2014) and Deputy Dean of
Higher Degree (2014-2016) at the Faculty of Engineering. Dr Hazlie is actively
involved in research as a principle investigator with a total amount of research
grant worth more than RM 2 million. He is the author and co-author of more than
200 publications in international journals and proceedings in the area of Power
Systems and Energy. Up to now, he had successfully supervised to completion 15
PhD, 6 Master (by research) and 45 Master (by course work project) candidates.
He also involves actively as reviewer for international journal such as IEEE
transaction on Power Systems, IEEE transaction on Sustainable Energy, IET
Generation, Transmission & Distribution, International Journal of Electrical
Power & Energy Systems, Applied SoftComputing, Energy Conversion & Management,
and several international conferences. Besides involve with research, he is also
active in the development of Malaysian Standard as a member of Working Group in
Development of Malaysian's Power System Analysis and Studies (WG6) and Expert
Representative in IEC for project TC 8/PT 62786. Currently he is Executive
Committee for IEEE Power Energy Society Malaysia Chapter. His research interest
includes fault location, network reconfiguration, islanding operation, islanding
detection, and renewable energy.