14-15 Oct 2021  | Online | Registration deadline is 13 September 2021

                                                   

 

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North China Electric Power University

 

 

 









 

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Speakers







  • Prof. Jizhen LIU, North China Electric Power University, China
  • Speech TitleOffshore Wind Power Supports China’s Energy Transition
  • Jizhen Liu, is an academician of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Professor and Doctorial tutor. He used to be the President of North China Electric Power University , and now he is the Director of State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources. Meanwhile, he is Vice Chairman of China Electricity Council(CEC),Vice Chairman of Chinese Society of Power Engineering (CSPE), Vice Chairman of Chinese Society of Electrical Engineering (CSEE), and Fellow of Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).
  • Professor Liu has research interests in modeling and control of thermal power generation, and the development and utilization of new energy electric power. In recent years, he has taken charge of one 973 Program, one 863 Program, one China & Britain cooperation project of Natural Science Foundation of China. He has been awarded 3 items of national prize for progress in science and technology, including one first prize, second prize 2and 8 provincial-level incentives. He has published 5 monographs and over 300 academic papers being published including over 100 papers indexed by SCI.







  • Prof. Chongqing KANG, Tsinghua University, China
  • Speech TitlePower System Transition: A Carbon Perspective
  • Chongqing Kang is now Professor and Dean of Department of Electrical Engineering in Tsinghua University, and President of Tsinghua Sichuan Energy Internet Research Institute. He is Fellow of IEEE, IET and CSEE. He currently serves as Editor-in-Chief of International Transactions on Electrical Energy Systems (Wiley). He also serves as Strategic Advisory Group Member of Cigre SC C1, Convenor of Working Group of Cigre SC C1.39, Long-Range Planning Committee Member of IEEE PES, and Fellows Nomination Resource Committee Member of IEEE PES. He has more than 300 papers, including over 100 papers on IEEE Transactions. In Google Scholar his papers have been cited over 17,000 times. He was listed in Elsevier's Chinese Most Cited Researchers in 2017-2020. He and his team were granted the Institute Prize in IEEE PES Global Energy Forecasting Competition in 2014. He won IEEE PES Roy Billinton Power System Reliability Award in 2021.






  • Prof. Simon Watson, BSc (Hons), ARCS, PHD, CPhys, CSci, FHEA
  • Speech Title: Present and Future Trends In Wind Turbine Technology
  • Professor of Wind Energy Systems, Head of Wind Energy Section, Director of the TU Delft Wind Energy Institute, TU Delft, Netherlands 
  • Simon Watson received a B.Sc. in physics from Imperial College, London in 1987 and a Ph.D. from Edinburgh University in 1990. He has been working in the field of wind energy since 1990 and began his career at the Energy Research Unit of the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. In 1999, he then moved to what later became Good Energy, a supplier of green electricity to domestic and small commercial customers. In 2001, he was appointed as a senior lecturer at the Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology at Loughborough University and in 2010, he was made Professor of Wind Energy. In 2017, he moved to TU Delft to take up the position of Professor of Wind Energy Systems and Director of the TU Delft Wind Energy Institute (DUWIND). His areas of research interest include wind climate, wind resource assessment, wind turbine wakes and wind turbine reliability and condition monitoring. Amongst several important roles in the wind energy research community, Prof Watson represents TU Delft in the European Academy of Wind Energy and is Editor-in-Chief of the Wind Energy journal.







  • Dr. Hannele Holttinen, Operating Agent of the IEA international collaboration on wind integration (IEA WIND Task 25) 
  • Speech Title: Challenges for future power systems towards zero carbon – Planning, Balancing and Stability
  • Dr Hannele Holttinen is Partner at Recognis and Operating Agent of IEAWIND Task 25 on Design and Operation of Energy systems with Large amounts of Variable generation. She has her MSc and PhD from Helsinki Technical University, where she is Docent since 2014. She worked previously at VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland for more than 25 years in different fields of wind energy and energy system integration research, last years as Principal Scientist. Her main interests are on the impact of wind and PV on power systems and electricity markets. She has chaired IEA Wind TCP in 2011-12, and has been active in European Wind Energy Platforms ETIP and TPWIND as well as in Nordic energy research.

 

 

Downloads:

 

 

RPG 2021 Instruction on how to prepare your presentation.pdf

 

 

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RPG 2021 Poster Sample 1.pdf

 

 

RPG 2021 Poster Sample 2.pdf

 


RPG 2021 Registration Guideline.pdf

 

 

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