Prof. Chengke Zhou, IET Fellow, Glasgow Caledonian University, UK
Professor Chengke Zhou is currently with the School of Computing, Engineering and Built Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University, UK. He is also a visiting professor to Wuhan University, China. He has over 30 years research experience in power systems and high voltage condition monitoring and has acted as consultant to UK Power Networks, EDF Energy and Scottish Power. His research interests span from the optimal operation of power systems with renewables and electric vehicles, load forecast models, demand side management to high voltage plant and wind farm condition monitoring. He has published over 180 papers including over 40 in IET Journal and IEEE Transactions. He has led two UK EPSRC funded and numerous industrially funded research projects. He was also a member of CIGRE working D1.39 and C1.38.
Prof. Zhou is a Chartered Engineer, Fellow of IET, Senior Member of IEEE.
Prof. Junye Wang, Athabasca University, Canada
Dr. Junye Wang is a Professor and the Campus Alberta Innovation Program (CAIP) Research Chair at Athabasca University, Canada. He received his M.Sc. degree in thermo-physics from Harbin Shipbuilding Engineering Institute, Ph.D. degrees in chemical and mechanical engineering from East China University of Science and Technology in 1989 and 1996, respectively. Then he joined Shanghai Jiaotong University as an associate professor in 1996. From 1999 till 2012 he worked at the Universities of Sheffield, Greenwich, and Loughborough, and Scottish Crop Research Institute and Rothamsted Research, UK, as research associate, research scientist and principal research scientist, respectively. Dr. Wang has over 30 years’ experience of multi-scale and multidisciplinary modelling and is internationally recognized leader in energy, environment and sustainability. Prof. Wang and his team has been developing a modelling framework of integrated terrestrial and aquatic systems by utilizing innovative computational technologies. He has authored/co-authored over 150 papers, including over 80 refereed journal papers, and serves as associate editor and editorial board member on several international journals. He is also a reviewer of papers for over 80 international journals.
Prof. Hee-Je Kim, Pusan National University, South Korea
Prof. 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.