2022 IEEE 5th International Electrical and Energy Conference

2022 IEEE 5th International Electrical and Energy Conference (CIEEC2022)
May 27-29,2022 | Nanjing, China

Important Deadlines

Manuscript Submission:

Jan. 31, 2022

Acceptance of Manuscript:

Feb. 28, 2022

Final Papers with IEEE Copyright Forms:

Mar.20, 2022

Conference Date:

   May.27 – 29, 2022

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Keynote Speaker 5
Prof.Xiaoping Zhang

Lecture Title:

Energy Quality of Renewable Energy Integration:The Fundamental Challenge and Solution


Professor Zhang is currently Chairin Electrical Power Systems, Director of Smart Grid, Birmingham EnergyInstituteat the University of Birmingham, UK. He co-authored books includingthe monograph “Flexible AC Transmission Systems: Modelling and Control” bySpringer and “Restructured Electric Power Systems: Analysis of ElectricityMarkets with Equilibrium Models” by IEEE Press/Wiley.

Prof Zhang is an IEEE PESDistinguished Lecturer on HVDC, FACTS and Wave Energy Generation. ProfessorZhang is Chair of the IEEE WG on Test Systems for Economic Analysis. He isadvisor to the IEEE PES UK & Ireland Chapter. Professor Zhang has been madean IEEE Fellow for his contributions to “modeling and control of high-voltageDC and AC transmission systems.” He is also a Fellow of IET and Chinese Societyfor Electrical Engineering.

Professor Zhang has been appointed tothe Expert Advisory Group ofUK Government’s Offshore Transmission NetworkReview since 2020.

Keynote Speaker 6
Prof.Xiaoping Zhang

Lecture Title:

Intelligent Electric Vehicle Managementand Planning in a Smart City


Prof.   Dong is a Professor at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. Hisprevious roles include SHARP professor and Director of UNSW Digital Grid FuturesInstitute at the University of New South Wales, and Director of AustralianResearch Council Research Hub for Integrated Energy Storage Solutions. He alsoworked as Ausgrid Chair Professor and Director of the Ausgrid Centre forIntelligent Electricity Networks providing R&D support for the AUD500mSmart Grid, Smart City national demonstration project of Australia. Hisresearch interests include power system planning and stability, smart grid andsmart cities, renewable energy systems, electricity market, and computationalmethods for power engineering applications. He has served/is serving as aneditor for a number of IEEE Transactions and IET journals.

Keynote Speech 1
Prof. Z.Q Zhu

Lecture Title:

Novel Stator Wound Field Synchronous Machines and Drives

- their relationships with switched reluctance machines and drives


Professor Z.Q. Zhu is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, a Fellow of IEEE, and a Fellow of IET. He received B.Eng. and M.Sc. degrees from Zhejiang University, China, in 1982 and 1984 respectively, and a Ph.D. degree from The University of Sheffield, UK, in 1991.

He has been working at The University of Sheffield since 1988 where he became a professor in 1997. Since 2014 he has been a Royal Academy of Engineering/Siemens Research Chair and since 2008 he has been Head of the Electrical Machines and Drives Research Group, which also hosts 10 government and industry funded research centres including the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre in Advanced Electrical Machines, the Sheffield Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Research Centre, the EPSRC Prosperity Partnership on Offshore Wind, and the EPSRC Future Electrical Machines Manufacturing Hub.

Professor Zhu has been a founding Academic Director of Sheffield Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Research Centre since 2009; a founding Director of Sheffield CRRC Electric Drives Technology Research Centre since 2014; a founding Director of Midea Electrical Machines and Control Systems since 2010; a founding Director of Sheffield NEVC Electric Powertrain Technology Centre since 2022. He was a panel member of Royal Academy of Engineering, Panel 7 - Electrical & Electronic; EPSRC Engineering Panel member; NSFC Overseas Panel member; IEEE Medal in Power Engineering Committee member, IEEE IAS Outstanding Achievement Award Committee Member.

His research interests include design, modelling, control and application of permanent magnet machines and drive systems for a wide range of applications, including electric vehicles, wind power generators and domestic appliances, on which he has published >1300 journal and conference papers, including >500 IEEE Transactions and IET Proceedings papers. He is a recipient of the 2021 IEEE Nicola Tesla Award and the 2019 IEEE Industry Application Society Outstanding Achievement Award. He has also received 35 IEEE/IET society/journal/conference Best Paper Awards.

Keynote Speaker 3
Prof. Z.Q Zhu

Lecture Title:

Power Electronics: Driving Humankind to A New Era of Energy Harnessing


Professor Jinjun Liu received the B.S. and Ph.D.degrees in electrical engineering from Xi’an Jiaotong University (XJTU), Xi’an,China, in 1992 and 1997, respectively.

He then joined the XJTU ElectricalEngineering School as a faculty. From late 1999 to early 2002, he was with theCenter for Power Electronics Systems, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and StateUniversity, Blacksburg, VA, USA, as a Visiting Scholar. In late 2002, he waspromoted to a Full Professor and then the Head of the Power Electronics andRenewable Energy Center at XJTU. From 2005 to early 2010, he served as anAssociate Dean of Electrical Engineering School at XJTU, and from 2009 to early2015, the Dean for Undergraduate Education of XJTU. He is currently a XJTUDistinguished Professor of Power Electronics. He coauthored 3 books (includingone textbook), published over 500 technical papers in peer-reviewed journalsand conference proceedings, holds 70 invention patents (China/US/EU), anddelivered for many times plenary keynote speeches and tutorials at IEEE conferencesor China national conferences. His research interests include modeling,control, and design methods for power converters and electronified powersystems, power quality control and utility applications of power electronics,and micro-grids for sustainable energy and distributed generation.

Dr. Liu received for many times governmental awardsat national level or provincial/ministerial level for scientificresearch/teaching achievements. He also received the 2006 Delta Scholar Award,the 2014 Chang Jiang Scholar Award, the 2014 Outstanding Sci-Tech Worker of theNation Award, the 2016 State Council Special Subsidy Award, the IEEETransactions on Power Electronics 2016 and 2021 Prize Paper Awards, and theNomination Award for the Grand Prize of 2020 Bao Steel Outstanding TeacherAward. He served as the IEEE Power Electronics Society Region 10 Liaison andthen China Liaison for 10 years, an Associate Editor for the IEEE TRANSACTIONSON POWER ELECTRONICS since 2006, 2015-2019 Executive Vice President and2020-2021 Vice President of IEEE PELS, and was elevated IEEE Fellow in 2018. Hewas on the Board of China Electrotechnical Society 2012-2020 and was electedthe Vice President in 2013 and the Secretary General in 2018 of the CES PowerElectronics Society. He was the Vice President for International Affairs, ChinaPower Supply Society (CPSS) from 2013 to 2021, and since 2016, the inauguralEditor-in-Chief of CPSS Transactions on Power Electronics and Applications. Hewas elected the President of CPSS in Nov. 2021.   Since 2013, he has beenserving as the Vice Chair of the Chinese National Steering Committee forCollege Electric Power Engineering Programs.

Keynote Speaker 4
Chengyin Yuan

Lecture Title:

Opportunities& challenges in China's automotive chip industry


Director and general manager of national new energyvehicle technology innovation center, Secretary General of China Automotivechip industry innovation strategic alliance. Bachelor and master of TsinghuaUniversity, doctor of mechanical engineering, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign . From 2005 to 2010, senior researcher in global R & D center ofgeneral motors, technical director of advanced vehicle battery manufacturingdirection . In 2010, he was the vice president of the Engineering Institute ofBAIC   BJEV. responsible for the powerbattery assembly related affairs of new energy vehicles . In the same year, hewas selected as the third batch of "Haiju project" inBeijing. He was the deputy general manager of BAIC BJEV, responsible forthe company's strategic planning, global cooperation and advanced batterytechnology development.

Prof. Z.Q Zhu
University of Sheffield
Keynote Speech 2
Prof. Z.Q Zhu

Lecture Title:

A General Machine Airgap Topology Construction Principle Based on Field Modulation


Ronghai Qu, Fellow IEEE, received his B.E. and M.S. degrees from Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, in 1993 and 1996, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2002. He had been with the General Electric (GE) Global Research Center, Niskayuna, NY as a Senior Electrical Engineer with the Electrical Machines and Drives Laboratory from 2003 to 2010. He was the recipient of more than 11 GE GRC awards including EPST Technical Achievement Award, Outstanding Teamwork and Management Award. In 2010 he joined Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, China as a titled professor. He is currently the member of academic degrees committee, director of State and Province Joint Engineering Research Center of Novel Electrical Machines, director of Center for Advanced Electrical Machines and Drives (CAEMD), and deputy director of State Key Laboratory of Advanced Electromagnetic Engineering and Technology. From 2012 to 2016, he served as deputy dean of school of Electrical & Electronic Engineering. He is currently a member of ICEM NPO AdCom and the chair of IEEE Industry Application Society (IAS) Wuhan Chapter. His research interests include Design and Drive of Electrical Machines. He has published over 400 technical papers including 12 IEEE award papers and holds over 170 patents. Dr. Qu is the IAS Distinguished Lecturer for 2019-2021, and one of the winners of IAS Outstanding Member Awards in 2019. Dr. Qu is also a winner of several other awards including 2020 Science and Technology Invention Award (1st prize) from China Electrotechnical Society, the 7th Nagamori Awards from Nagamori Foundation, Japan, 2021, and 2 gold Medals from the 47th Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva, 2019.

Prof. Ronghai Qu
Huazhong Universityof Science & Technology
Prof. Jinjun Liu
Xi'an Jiaotong University
Dr. Chengyin Yuan
National New Energy
Vehicle Technology
Innovation Center
Prof. Xiaoping Zhang
University of Birmingham
Prof. Z.Y. Dong
Nanyang Technological
IEEE Beijing Section

China Electrotechnical Society (CES)

Southeast University (SEU)

utsSosheast University (SEU)