Introduction to Phd student Supervisors at the School of Renewable Energy



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Introduction to PhD Student Supervisors at the School of Renewable Energy


Chen Nuofu


Chen Nuofu, male, was born in August 1959, and now enjoys special government allowance from the State Council. He graduated from Hebei University of Technology as a bachelor of physics in April 1982; he obtained his master’s degree from the same university later in 1987 and his doctorate from the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 1997. From 1982 to 1998, he served the Hebei University of Technology successively as teaching assistant, lecturer, associate professor and professor. From 1998 to 2009, he was a researcher and PhD student supervisor at the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Now, he is professor and PhD student supervisor of the North China Electric Power University. From June to August 2001, he conducted research in the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom as a visiting scholar. From February to April 2004, he carried out research in the Kyoto Institute of Technology as a visiting scholar.
In recent years, Professor Chen has undertaken more than 20 lengthways and horizontal scientific research projects, published over 150 academic papers and obtained 11 invention patents.
His research focus is on new photovoltaic materials, solar cells and solar power systems.
He is currently taking charge of the project “Key Technology for Industrialization of Solar Cells of High Concentration Compounds”, which is a key project under the “863” Program with financial support of more than RMB60 million.
Tel: 010-61772402; 15601002988

E-mail: nfchen@ncepu.edu.cn; nfchen@semi.ac.cn



Dai Songyuan
Dai Songyuan, male, was born in 1967. He is professor and PhD student supervisor of the North China Electric Power University, Dean of the Renewable Energy School and Chief Scientist for the National “973” Program. He graduated from the Anhui Normal University as a bachelor of physics in July 1987, and was admitted to the Institute of Plasma Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in the same year, where he obtained his masterate and doctorate. In 2002, he was recruited as a researcher and PhD student supervisor; on August 31, 2007, he was rated as a researcher at Grade 3; and on March 1, 2010, he was promoted to a researcher at Grade 2. Since July 2012, he has been professor and PhD student supervisor of the Renewable Energy School, North China Electric Power University. Concurrently, he is also chief scientist for two key projects under the National Basic Research Program (973 Program) for 2006-2010 and 2011-2015 respectively, review expert for the National Science and Technology Award of China, member of the Energy Research Committee, Chinese Academy of Sciences, member of the Academic Committee for the Key Laboratory for Thin Film Solar Cells, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Council Member of the China Renewable Energy Industry Association, and project review expert for National 863 Program, 973 Program, National Natural Science Foundation of China, and Scientific Research Starting Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars. Meanwhile, he is also a manuscript reviewer for Chinese journals including Acta Physica Sinica, Chinese Physics Letter, Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities, Chinese Journal of Chemistry, Chinese Chemistry, Progress in Chemistry, Chinese Journal of Applied Chemistry and Progress in Natural Science, and manuscript reviewer for many foreign journals such as Inorganic Chemistry, a journal of the American Chemical Society, The Journal of Physical Chemistry A and B, Langmuir, Solar Energy Material and Solar Cell, Solar Energy, InorganicaChimicaActa, and Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology A & B & C, a periodical of the Chemical Society of Japan.
He has been to STA in Australia, EPFL M. Graetzel in Switzerland, ECN in the Netherland, the United States and South Korea for a total of more than 20 times for cooperative research and academic visit. He was ever engaged in research on electromagnetic emission technology, utilization of low-temperature plasma and new solar battery technology. Since 1994, he has been devoted to R&D of dye-sensitized solar cells. In the last five years, he has published more than 150 papers at Chinese and foreign leading conferences and in core journals, applied for 18 invention patents with 8 granted and obtained 3 patents for utility models. He has accomplished 12 projects containing projects supported by the Special Foundation of the President of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, world laboratory project, projects under the 973 Program, knowledge innovation projects of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and key science and technology projects of Anhui Province. For the time being, he is undertaking 1 project under the 973 Program (including 2 subprojects) with himself and his team as the chief project members, 1 key project under the 863 Program and 15 projects of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Anhui Province with himself as the project leader. He has led the construction of the first experimental production line for dye-sensitized solar cells in China. The “Pilot Power Plant for 500W Dye-sensitized Solar Cells” with its construction completed at the end of 2004 has been the first demonstration system for dye-sensitized solar cells in the international community, and also the only demonstration system in regular service to date, which marks a breakthrough for research on dye-sensitized solar cells. Professor Dai’s research on such solar cells has earned high marks from ministries and commissions such as the Ministry of Science and Technology and the Chinese Academy of Sciences, gained extensive attention of Chinese and foreign enterprises and media, and also been spoken highly of by Professor M. Grätzel, the founder of dye-sensitized solar cells. Professor Dai has cultivated 16 doctor and master degree candidates. Two of his doctor students ever won the President Scholarship of the Chinese Academy of Sciences for Excellent Students, and Professor Dai was awarded with the honorary title of “Excellent PhD Student Supervisor” by Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2005 and 2007.
Tel: 61772268

Email: sydai@ncepu.edu.cn



Dong Changqing
Dong Changqing, male, was born in July 1973 of Han nationality. He is professor, PhD student supervisor and a New Century Excellent Talent of the Ministry of Education. He earned his doctorate in engineering from the Thermal Engineering Research Institute, Southeast University in 2003. From 2003 to 2004, he conducted postdoctoral research in the research team led by Professor M. Horio at the Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology. Since November 2004, he has been working at the North China Electric Power University. Now, he is Executive Deputy Director of the “National Engineering Laboratory for Biomass Power Generation Equipment (NELB)”, and manuscript review expert for journals like Energy, Fuel, Applied Energy, Waste Management and Proceedings of the CSEE. Over the years, he has been committed to research on efficient and clean utilization of solid fuel, combustion and pollutant control, and energy conservation.
Professor Dong has presided over 16 projects above the provincial or ministerial level, including projects funded by the National Science and Technology Support Program, projects supported by the National High-tech R&D Program (namely 863 Program), projects sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, key projects aided by the Ministry of Education, key projects assisted by the Beijing Natural Science Foundation, as well as international cooperation projects. He has also accomplished over 30 projects entrusted by GTZ and China Huaneng Group. In academic research, Professor Dong has published more than 100 papers with 31 collected by SCI and 73 by EI, obtained 35 invention patent grants, issued 4 monographs with Biomass Power Generation Technology included, and registered for 7 software copyrights.
Tel: 010-61772030

E-mail: cqdong1@163.com



He Li
He Li, male, was born in October 1976 in Hunan Province and of Han nationality. He graduated from the University of Regina in Canada with doctorate in engineering in 2008. Now, he is professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University. He was ever a member of the first batch of talents brought in by the State in the “Thousand Young Talents Program”, candidate for the New Century Excellent Talents Support Program of the Ministry of Education in 2011, and winner of the Natural Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars in 2012. Now, he is also Associate Editor-in-Chief of authoritative journals on underground water basin Ground Water and ASCE - Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, editorial board member of the SCI journal Waste Management & Research, and Editor-in Chief and editorial board member of several other international academic journals.
Professor He Li devotes himself to teaching and research in the fields of energy and environment system engineering, water environment pollution and restoration and soil remediation. He has lectured on Soil Remediation, Migration and Transformation of Pollutants, Waste Management, and Underground Water Pollution and Control for undergraduates and postgraduates. As an applicant or cooperative applicant, he has undertaken about 20 research projects funded by China, Canada and international organizations. He has won many awards and honors, such as the “Young Science Star” award for the environment science category in the 3rd “SCOPUS Young Science Star Competition” in 2011 and the National Award for Excellent Self-supporting Students Studying Abroad. To date, Professor He has published more than 100 journal papers, conference articles and technology reports, with over 80 collected by SCI, and he has also applied for many national technological invention patents.
Tel: 010- 61772416

E-mail: li.he@ncepu.edu.cn



Ji Changming
Ji Changming, male, was born in September 1956 in Ezhou of Hubei Province and of Han nationality. He is a party member of CCP, doctor, professor at Grade 2 and PhD student supervisor of North China Electric Power University, part-time tutor for Wuhan University, Council Member, Deputy Director or member of five first-class associations with the Chinese Society of Natural Resources included, and editorial board member of 5 core journals including the Journal of Hydroelectric Engineering. Professor Ji enjoys special government allowance from the State Council.
He graduated from Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electrical Engineering (currently known as Wuhan University) as a bachelor in power equipment of hydroelectric power station in July 1978; later, he obtained his masterate and doctorate of engineering majored in hydrology and water resources in June 1983 and December 1988 respectively; and he completed his postdoctoral research in the University of California, Davis in August 1990. He was promoted to associate professor and professor of Wuhan University of Hydraulic and Electrical Engineering as an exception in December 1991 and September 1993 respectively, and in December 1995, he was selected as a PhD student supervisor.
Since July 1978, Professor Ji has been engaged in teaching and research in the fields of “hydrology and water resources” and “management science and engineering”, with his research interests covering water resources and energy science, risk management and decision-making theory. He has lectured on 12 courses for undergraduates, postgraduates and doctoral candidates, and cultivated 54 postdoctoral fellows and doctoral candidates and 56 master degree students with 4 from Canada and Japan. Professor Ji has directed 50 projects, including key projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Among these projects, 48 have been completed, and 16 have been assessed by Chinese peer experts to have reached and even exceeded the international advanced level. He has won 2 first prizes, 6 second prizes and 8 third prizes for science and technology progress award at the provincial or ministerial level in the social science field. As for academic research, he has published 295 papers in Chinese and foreign academic journals, with 92 collected by SCI and EI, and issued 1 monograph.
Tel: 010-61772328

E-mail: cmji@ncepu.edu.cn



Li Meicheng
Li Meicheng, male, was born in June 1973 in Yuncheng of Shandong Province and of Han nationality. He is a professor at Grade 2 and PhD student supervisor of North China Electric Power University. He graduated from Harbin Institute of Technology with a doctor’s degree of engineering in materials physics and chemistry in 2001. He ever worked as an Assistant to the Dean of the School of Materials Science and Engineering, Harbin Institute of Technology, Deputy Head of the Research Institute for Information Functional Materials and Devices and Director of the Department of Information Materials Science and Technology. From 2004 to 2006, he conducted research in the University of Cambridge as a royal researcher. In 2006, he was selected as a candidate for the “New Century Excellent Talents Support Program” of the Ministry of Education, and promoted to professorship in the Harbin Institute of Technology as an exception. In 2009, he obtained the “Science and Technology Award of Heilongjiang Province for the Youth”. In 2010, he was introduced as a talent by North China Electric Power University to set up the Research Center for New Energy Materials and Photovoltaic Technology. Now, he is the Vice President for Scientific Research of Renewable Energy School, North China Electric Power University, Director of the Research Center for New Energy Materials and Photovoltaic Technology, and a fixed researcher for the State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources. He was one of the academic leaders for “new energy materials and devices”, a discipline related to China’s first batch of strategic emerging industries. In January and February 2013, he conducted research in the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom as a visiting scholar, and in July and August 2014, he visited Australia for research in the University of New South Wales, the University of Sydney and CSIRO. He has carried out cooperative research with the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom, the University of California and the Stanford University in the United States, the National University of Singapore and the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and the University of Hong Kong and the National Taiwan University.
As the project leader, he has presided over more than 30 projects, containing key research projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National 863 Program, National Science and Technology Support Program, Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China, Scientific Research Starting Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, National Aerospace Technology Support Foundation, and advanced research funds for the “Ten Five-Year Plan” and “Eleventh Five-Year Plan”. In recent years, Professor Li has published more than 140 research papers in Chinese and foreign academic journals like Advanced Functional Materials and Applied Physics Letter, with over 90 collected by SCI and over 100 by EI. Professor Li has also reported more than 40 national patents (with 23 granted), and edited 3 textbooks to which he has contributed 420,000 characters.
Professor Li has been awarded with the First Prize for the Natural Science Award at the provincial level once with himself as the first researcher, First Prize for Science and Technology Achievement Award at the provincial level once and Second Prize for the Science and Technology Award for Universities and Colleges at the provincial level once. He has organized many international academic conferences as the Chairman, and was ever Executive Chairman for the “262nd Young Scientists Forum of the China Association for Science and Technology”. At the same time, he also holds many other posts, such as member and manuscript review expert of the Materials Research Society, Senior Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Executive Director of the China Energy Society, Executive Director of Instrument Materials Society of China Instrument and Control Society, Executive Member of the Photovoltaic Technology Special Committee of the Chinese Society of Astronautics and Senior Member of the Chinese Institute of Electronics. In addition, he also has professional titles like a review expert for the National Science and Technology Award, “Recruitment Program of Global Experts” of the Organizing Department of the CPC Central Committee, Scientific Research Starting Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, International Science and Technology Cooperation Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, National Natural Science Foundation of China, Ministry of Education Science and Technology Development Center, and China Academic Degrees & Graduate Education Development Center, Ministry of Education. Moreover, he is also an editorial board member of APL Materials, a SCI journal of the American Institute of Physics (AIP) and of other journals including the Infrared and Laser Engineering (EI), Journal of Functional Materials (EI), China Measurement and Test and Micronanoelectronic Technology, and a specially invited manuscript review expert for more than 30 Chinese and foreign SCI journals under ACS, AIP, IOP and RSC.
His current research interests are: solar cells and photovoltaic devices; lithium-ion batteries and new energy storage technology; new energy materials and photovoltaic technology.
Tel: 010-61772951; 15810669688

E-mail: mcli@ncepu.edu.cn



Liu Yongqian
Liu Yongqian, male, was born in October 1965 in Inner Mongolia. He is now professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University. Concurrently, he is also holding several academic posts, such as a member of the Renewable Energy Power Generation Special Committee of the Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering, member of the Meteorological Resources Application Committee of the Chinese Meteorological Society, and editor of the Renewable Power Generation for the Asian-Pacific Region, which is a journal of the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
He obtained his bachelor’s degree in hydroelectric engineering from North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power in 1986, his masterate also in hydroelectric engineering from the same university in 1992, and the doctorate of engineering in production automation from Université de Nancy 1 Henri Poincaré and the doctorate of engineering in hydraulic and hydro-power engineering from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2002. In January 2004, he completed his postdoctoral research in the Université de Nancy 1 Henri Poincaré. From 1986 to 1997, he taught in the North China University of Water Resources and Electric Power, and in 1994 and 1995, he studied in Czech Technical University as a visiting scholar.
Professor Liu is currently engaged in teaching and research on theories and technologies for wind power generation system. He has delivered lectures on Wind Power Farm, Wind Farm and Wind Turbine Technology, Offshore Wind Power Technology and Specialty English Reading (Wind Power) for undergraduates and postgraduates. In the recent 5 years, he has presided over 22 scientific research projects, including 8 lengthways scientific research projects. In the fields of hydroelectric generation and wind power generation, he has published more than 90 academic papers and applied for 10 invention patents.
Research interests: optimization design and power prediction for wind farms; status diagnosis and health management of wind turbines; and optimal operation of wind farms.
Tel: 010-6177 2046

E-mail: yqliu@ncepu.edu.cn



Lu Hongwei
Lu Hongwei, female, was born in September 1980 in Yanbian of Jilin Province and of Han nationality. She is now professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University, and Deputy Director of the Research Center for Hydropower Energy and Engineering. In 2009, she obtained her doctorate from the University of Regina in Canada; from May 2009, she worked as a scientist on environment at the Adaptation and Impacts Research Division (AIRD), Environment Canada; and in December 2010, she was recruited by North China Electric Power University through a top-level talents introduction program. Currently, she is a member of several international academic organizations like the American Society of Civil Engineers, Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, Canadian Water Resources Association and Air  Waste Management Association. She was ever invited by the United Nations as a special international consultant to deliver a series of academic lectures on drinking water safety in the Songhua River Basin and early warning and response mechanism for non-point source pollution in agriculture in Shuangcheng City of Heilongjiang Province. In addition, she has made presentations in many international conferences, seminars and academic forums as a keynote speaker, paper presenter and special consultant upon invitation. At present, she is also a review expert on communication for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Beijing Natural Science Foundation and Natural Science Foundation of Hebei Province, review expert of the China Academic Degrees & Graduate Education Development Center and specially invited manuscript review for more than 40 international SCI journals.
Professor Lu’s research is mainly concentrated on management of uncertain water resources, management of basin systems in a changing environment and environment system analysis. Up till now, she has published more than 90 papers in academic journals and at academic conferences (with over 50 collected by SCI and over 40 by EI). Her academic achievements have been quoted by relevant scholars both at home and abroad for more than 600 times, with the H factor reaching 14. As a project leader or research backbone, she has participated in and completed more than 20 Chinese and international key research projects, including projects funded by National 973 Program and 863 Program, major and general projects supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, special water projects in the “Eleventh Five-year Plan” and public welfare projects of the Ministry of Environmental Protection. Moreover, she has also accomplished many scientific research projects financially aided by the Canadian government and international organizations. Professor Lu has won many awards and honors, for example, the National Award for Excellent Self-supporting Students Studying Abroad, Distinguished Young Talent in the National First “Special Support Program for High-level Talents” (Ten Thousand Talents Program), winner of the National Natural Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars, Excellent Young Talent of Beijing City, and support candidate for the New Century Excellent Talents Program of the Ministry of Education.
Tel: 010-61772416

Email: luhw@ncepu.edu.cn



Lv Aizhong
Lv Aizhong, male, was born in March 1961 of Han nationality. He is now professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University.
Professor Lv Aizhong is committed to teaching and scientific research in the fields of civil engineering and hydraulic and hydro-power engineering, and has lectured on Elastic Mechanics, Rock Mechanics, Soil Mechanics and Plastic Mechanics for undergraduates and postgraduates.
He has led three projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, namely, “Identification of Unsteady Flow Model for Rock Mass and Prediction of Time-dependent Deformation of the Three Gorges Shiplock Engineering”, “Study on Properties of Functional Gradient Materials of Concrete for Improvement of Ultimate Bearing Capacity of Thick Walled Cylinder”, and “Optimal Lining Design for Deep Buried Non-circular Tunnel in Consideration of Delayed Supporting Process”; issued two monographs, Reverse Issues on Rock Mechanics and Complex Variable Method for Mechanics Analysis of Underground Tunnels and edited the monograph New Progress on Civil Engineering and Architecture; and published more than 70 papers with 10 collected by SCI and 30 by EI.
Professor Lv Aizhong was ever Dean of the Civil Engineering and Architecture School, Shandong University of Science and Technology, academic leader for the rock and soil engineering discipline in universities and colleges in Shandong Province, Director-General of the Shandong Society for Rock Mechanics & Engineering and Deputy Director-General of the Shandong Society of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics. He is currently a member of the Experts Group of the Chinese Team for the International Society for Rock Mechanics, Deputy Director of the Measurement and Test Special Committee of the Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics and Engineering, Executive Director of the Underground Space and Engineering Subcommittee of the Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics and Engineering, editorial board member for journals like the Chinese Journal of Rock Mechanics and Engineering and Chinese Journal of Underground Space and Engineering, and project review expert for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Thousand Talents Program and 973 Program.
Tel: 010-61772392 E-mail: lvaizhong@ncepu.edu.cn

Ma Junfeng
Ma Junfeng, male, was born in January 1962 of Han nationality, and is professor and PhD student supervisor. He obtained his doctorate of engineering in inorganic non-metallic materials in March 1998 (as a doctor jointly cultivated by the Zhejiang University and the Tokyo University of Technology). Before joining the Renewable Energy School, North China Electric Power University, he ever held posts such as Deputy Dean of the Shandong Industrial Ceramic Research & Design Institute, State Construction Materials Industry Administration, Deputy Dean of the Material Science and Engineering Research Institute, Ocean University of China, and Deputy Dean of the Cement Science and New Construction Material Research Institute, China Building Materials Academy. Since 1999, he has been Director Member of the Chinese Materials Research Society, Associate Editor-in-Chief of the Bulletin of the Chinese Ceramic Society, Deputy Director of the Shandong Society for Composite Materials, Executive Director of the Shandong Society of Aeronautics and Astronautics, member of the Experts Group of ISO/TC206, editorial board member of Advanced Ceramics, Deputy Director of the State Key Laboratory of Green Building Materials, and manuscript reviewer for academic journals including J. Am. Ceram. Soc., J. Cryst. Growth, Mater. Sci. & Eng. B and J. Nanosci. & Nanotech.
Professor Ma Junfeng has been engaged in research on synthesis process and preparation technology for inorganic nonmetallic materials, with his research involving a variety of materials systems, for example, superfine powder, crystal whisker and short fiber, ceramic of low-expansion structures and fiber reinforced ceramic composite. The products he has developed can be used for industrial equipment featuring high wear resistance, corrosion resistance and high-temperature resistance. In recent years, he has been devoted to fundamental research on synthesis and performance characterization of functional materials, with his research targets including solid oxide fuel battery and electrolyte materials, anode materials of nanocrystalline lithium ion battery, novel photocatalytic nanocrystalline powder (niobate and bismuth titanate), nanocrystalline ferrite powder, and luminescent materials in the tungstate, molybdate and sulfide families. In particular, he has conducted intensive study on low-temperature, low-voltage and controllable synthesis of low-dimensional (mono-disperse) inorganic functional materials. He has directed and participated in more than 10 research projects above the provincial or ministerial level, including provincial or ministerial and national science and technology key projects and projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China. In addition, he has published 83 academic papers with 50 collected by SCI and 42 by EI and obtained 7 national patents, including 4 national invention patents. Professor Ma has cultivated 23 doctor/master degree candidates.
Professor Ma’s current research focus is on new energy materials and photovoltaic technology; electrode materials of lithium ion batteries, new energy storage materials, clean energy and efficient photocatalytic materials, low-cost synthesis technology and device processing technology for high-temperature and corrosion resistant materials.
Tel: 010-61771051

E-mail: majunfeng01@sina.com



Peng Lin
Peng Lin, female, was born in November 1966. She earned her masterate from the Lanzhou Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and her doctorate from the School of Environment Science and Engineering, Nankai University. She was ever lecturer, associate professor and Deputy Dean of the School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Taiyuan University of Technology. Now, she is professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University.
Professor Peng has long been engaged in research on sources of air particulate matter and organic pollutants. She has carried out analyses of sources of air particulate matter in Shanxi Province for many times, and developed the method of analyzing the sources of air particulate matter and organic pollutants using carbon isotope analytic technology. Her research achievements have been assessed by experts organized by the Shanxi Science and Technology Department to have reached the international advanced level. She has provided technical services to environmental protection (for example air pollution control, environmental planning, ecological construction, coal mining, and ecological restoration) for many times. From 2006 to 2013, she directed and completed 5 national projects, 9 projects at the provincial or ministerial level and about 60 projects of other departments. To date, she has published more than 50 papers on international journals like Environmental Science and Technology and Atmospheric Environment.
Research interests: clean energy and haze pollution prevention and control, air pollution chemistry, environmental planning management and assessment.
Tel: 15321218252; 13073545582

E-mail: penglin6611@163.com



Tan Zhanao
Tan Zhanao, male, was born in November 1978 in Lichuan of Hubei Province and of Tujia nationality. He obtained his doctorate from the Institute of Chemistry, Chinese Academy of Sciences in June 2007. From June 2007 to June 2009, he had postdoctoral research in the Pennsylvania State University in the United States; and in July 2009, he returned to China as a brought in talent, and was engaged in related teaching and scientific research on photovoltaic functional materials and devices at the School of Renewable Energy,North China Electric Power University. Now, he is professor of North China Electric Power University, PhD student supervisor for the discipline of renewable energy and clean energy, and Deputy Director of the Solar Energy Research Institute. He was selected for the “Nova of Science and Technology” Program of Beijing City in 2010 and the “New Century Excellent Talents” Support Program of the Ministry of Education in 2012. In 2014, he won the honorary title of “Excellent Communist Party Member of Universities and Colleges in Beijing”.
Professor Tan Zhanao is concurrently a special correspondent of the China Low-carbon Economy Promotion Association; member of the Photovoltaic Building Component Application Committee of the China Construction Metal Structure Association; editorial board member of the Cutting-edge Technologies for Smart Grid; editorial board member of the Chinese Journal of Low-carbon Economy; and communication and review expert for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Natural Science Foundation of Hunan Province, Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province, Natural Science Foundation of Heilongjiang Province and Beijing Natural Science Foundation. Meanwhile, he is also an invited manuscript reviewer for more than 20 international journals, including Advanced Materials, Advanced Functional Materials, Advanced Energy Materials and Scientific Reports. Professor Tan has presided over and taken part in many Chinese and international projects, including projects funded by the National Science Foundation of the United States, U.S. Army Research and Development Fund, National 863 Program and 973 Program of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and National Natural Science Foundation of China, as well as international cooperation projects. In recent years, Professor Tan has published more than 70 SCI-collected papers in international journals, like Advanced Materials, Journal of the American Chemical Society, Nano Letters. His papers have been quoted for a total of more than 2,600 times, 5 of them even enjoy a quotation rate of more than 100. In addition, he has applied for 1 international invention patent and 20 Chinese invention patents with 6 granted. In 2014, he was awarded with the “Science and Technology Award of Beijing City”.
Professor Tan Zhanao is devoted to teaching and research in the fields of photovoltaic functional materials and devices. He has lectured on ThinFilm Materials and Technologies, New Generation Planar Display Technology, Solar Architecture: Integrated Technology and Application, and Micro- and Nano- Processing Technology for undergraduates and postgraduates. His current research interests are as follows:
1. Perovskite solar cell materials and devices;

2. Polymer solar cell materials and devices;

3. Inorganic semi-conducting nanocrystalline photoelectric materials and devices.
Tel: 010-61772186 (Office); 010-61772091 (Laboratory)

E-mail: tanzhanao@ncepu.edu.cn



Tian De
Tian De, male, was born in August 1958 in Songyuan of Jilin Province and of Han nationality. He is professor and PhD student supervisor at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University, and former Deputy Dean of the school. At the same time, he is also a fixed researcher at the State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources (North China Electric Power University), leader of the research team for process properties of new energy power generation and hybrid modeling, and Director of the Wind Power Research Center, North China Electric Power University. From November 1985 to February 1993, he studied in the Meisei University in Japan, where he obtained his doctorate of engineering in electrical engineering in September 1992. From October 2000 to April 2001, he conducted research as a senior visiting scholar in the Mathematical Engineering Department of the Tottori University. In May 2009, he paid a visit to the United States for wind power technology investigation. In June 2010, he went to Denmark for wind power technology investigation. In January 2011, he went to Germany for the working conference on the international science and technology cooperation on wind power. In March 2011, he participated in the working conference on the international science and technology cooperation on wind power held in South Korea. In September 2011, he visited Denmark, the United Kingdom and Spain for investigation of offshore wind power technology, and took part in the Sino-British seminar on offshore wind power technology. From September 1982 to May 2007, he worked at the School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering, Inner Mongolia Agriculture University successively as teaching assistant, lecturer, associate professor, professor, PhD student supervisor, deputy dean (at the deputy department director level), deputy director-general for the Graduate School (for daily work) and director-general (vice president for executive work).
Professor Tian is a Council Member of the China Renewable Energy Industry Society, member of the Chinese Wind Energy Association, member of the New Energy Power Generation and Grid Integration Committee, editorial board member of the Acta Energiae Solaris Sinica, council member of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering, member of the National Technical Committee on Wind Machinery of Standardization Administration of China, member of the National Technical Committee for Wind Power Standardization in Energy Industry, member of the New Energy Experts Group of the Chinese Committee of Electric Safety Experts, and expert of the Expert Reserves for the National 863 Program. In 1996, he was approved by the 7 ministries and commissions (namely the Ministry of Personnel, Ministry of Science and Technology, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, National Development and Reform Commission, China Association for Science and Technology and National Natural Science Foundation of China) to be a candidate for the “Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talents Project” at the first and second level. In 1997, Professor Tian became an expert enjoying special government allowance, and he obtained the Inner Mongolian Award for Excellent Returned Scholars in the same year. In 2000, he was conferred the honorary title of Young and Middle Aged Scholar of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region with Outstanding Contributions. To date, Professor Tian has published more than 100 papers in Chinese and English academic journals such as Wind Power (of Japan), Acta Energiae Solaris Sinica, Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, Transactions of the Chinese Society of Agricultural Engineering and Renewable Energy. More than 50 of these papers have been collected by EI and SCI.
As a project leader, Professor Tian has undertaken 3 projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 key scientific and technological project in the national “Ninth Five-year Plan”, 3 international cooperation projects and 9 projects at the provincial or ministerial level, which represent total research funding of more than RMB10 million. In 1998, the project “Wind Tunnel Testing of Whole Model of Wind Generator of Concentrated Wind Energy Turbine” funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and completed under his leadership won the First Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (and ranked the 1st in the award appraisal). In 2013, he obtained the Second Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award of the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (and ranked the 4th in the award appraisal). The generating set for concentrated fluid energy he has researched and developed has been granted with the patent for utility model. In 2000, he was awarded the Best Project Award (ranking the 1st) in the Chinese Patent Achievement Exhibition. The 100W, 200W, 300W, 600W, 1KW and 2KW product families he has developed have already been used in China and Japan. For the time being, he is conducting research on design and simulation experiment of low wind speed MW wind turbines and MW onshore/offshore wind turbines, presiding over R&D of 1.5 MW low wind speed wind turbines and 3 MW offshore wind turbines, and participating in R&D of 5 MW offshore wind turbines, a project supported by the National Science and Technology Support Program.
Professor Tian’s research interests cover whole design of wind turbines and modeling simulation experiments, gas dynamics and structural dynamics of wind turbines, rotor blade technology for wind turbines, offshore wind turbines, wind turbines/diesel engines/storage battery/micro grid, and wind tunnel testing. Currently, he is responsible for 2 subprojects regarding design technology for wind turbines and output characteristics and modeling of wind turbines under the National 863 Program, 1 project on research, development and demonstration of 5 MW offshore wind turbines under the National Science and Technology Support Program, 2 international cooperation projects on R&D of 3 MW offshore wind turbines, 1 project on R&D of 1.5 MW low wind speed wind turbines, 1 project concerning study on theories and experiments on wind turbines of concentrated wind energy, 3 provincial or ministerial projects, 3 projects of central large enterprises with regard to tests and analyses of onsite output characteristics of wind turbines, and 5 horizontal research projects. These projects represent total research funding of more than RMB17 million in three years.
Tel: 010-61772682; 15810026188

E-mail: tdncepu@163.com



Wang Liping
Wang Liping, female, was born in 1956 in Kunming of Yunnan Province and of Han nationality. She is a doctor, professor at Grade 3, professional professor and PhD student supervisor in hydrology and water resources at the School of Renewable Energy, North China Electric Power University. In addition, she is also holding concurrent posts such as a member of the Committee for Economic Operation in Hydropower Station of the China Society for Hydropower Engineering, member of the Water Resources Special Committee of the China Society of Natural Resources, review expert for the National Science and Technology Award, CPPCC member of Changping District of Beijing and Deputy Director of the Beijing Changping Working Committee of the China Democratic League. She ever won the honorary titles of the Talents Cultivation Award in Chinese Wind Power Industry, and “Lady Star” for the 2nd such competition of North China Electric Power University.
Wang Liping graduated from Wuhan Institute of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering (currently known as Wuhan University) with a bachelor’s degree in power equipment of hydropower station in February 1980, and obtained her masterate and doctorate in “hydrology and water resources” in November 1984 and June 1998 respectively; she was promoted to an associate professor and professor in September 1993 and June 2000 respectively, and selected as a PhD student supervisor in August 2002. Since February 1982, Professor Wang has been engaged in teaching and research in the field of “hydrology and water resources”, with her research interests involving water resources system engineering, planning and management of hydroelectric energy, optimal allocation and application of water resources, water resources economy and energy economy. She has lectured on 15 professional and fundamental courses for PhD students, postgraduates and undergraduates. To date, she has trained 23 doctoral candidates (with 16 having graduated) and 39 master degree students (with 33 having graduated). She is rated excellent in each teaching assessment, and 3 undergraduate thesis projects under her guidance ever won the Excellent Graduation Project Design Achievement Award of Hubei Province for Undergraduates.
Professor Wang has accomplished a series of achievements in development and utilization of water resources, reservoir regulation theories and applications, theories on optimal allocation of water resources, and theories and methods of optimal operation of hydroelectric markets. She has directed and completed 22 projects, including projects supported by the National Science and Technology Support Program in the “Eighth Five-year Plan” and the “Eleventh Five-year Plan”, and national key science and technology projects on water pollution control and treatment. Among these projects, 9 have been assessed to have reached or exceeded the advanced level in China. As for academic research, she has published more than 160 papers, 1 monograph and 1 national planned quality textbook for regular higher education under the “Eleventh Five-year Plan”.
Tel: 13552078958

E-mail: lpwang@ncepu.edu.cn



Yang Yongping
Yang Yongping, male, was born in April 1967 of Han nationality. He graduated from the Chinese Academy of Sciences with a doctorate of engineering in engineering thermal physics in 1995. He is a professor of North China Electric Power University, PhD student supervisor in power engineering and engineering thermal physics, chief scientist for the 973 Program, and winner of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars. Currently, he is Vice President of North China Electric Power University, Director of the National Thermal Power Engineering & Technology Research Center, member of the National Energy Expert Consultation Committee, member of the Overall Experts Committee for Industrial Energy Efficiency and Emission Reduction of the Ministry of Science and Technology, Executive Director of the Chinese Society of Engineering Thermophysics, Executive Director of the China Energy Research Society, member of the Thermal Power Subcommittee of the Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering and Deputy Director of its Special Committee for Air Cooling, editorial board member of the Thermal Power Generation, and Editor-in-Chief of the Electric Power Science and Engineering. He is also a candidate for the “Hundred-Thousand-Ten Thousand Talents Project” at the first and second level, member of the Young and Middle-aged Leading Talents for Science and Technology Innovation of the Ministry of Science and Technology, and scholar with support of the New Century Excellent Talents Support Program of the Ministry of Education. He ever won the honorary titles such as National Excellent Science and Technology Worker, Excellent Young Backbone Teacher of Beijing City, and Educational Innovation Pacemaker of Beijing City.
Professor Yang Yongping has long been engaged in research on thermodynamic theories, energy saving theories and methods, analyses of thermodynamic systems of thermal power plants, distributed energy supply and heat and power cogeneration, air cooling technology for power stations, multiple source and complementary energy systems, and clean coal generation. In the field of thermodynamic analyses, evaluation and integration of energy systems, Professor Yang has explored in depth the “multi-input” energy systems as represented by solar aided coal-fired thermal power generation, “multi-output” energy power systems as represented by heat and power cogeneration and distributed energy systems, “multi-functional” energy systems as represented by energy transformation and greenhouse gas control integration, and “highly integrated” energy systems as represented by hybrid systems for heat-to-power conversion and non-thermodynamic power. He has carried out deep research on the application foundation by centering round energy efficiency in the generating process of large coal-fired generating units and proceeding from the aspects of integration of advanced energy systems and temporal-spatial distribution of energy consumption, actively promoting engineering applications and practices of research findings.
Currently, Professor Yang is presiding over 1 project supported by the National Basic Research Program (973 Program) as the chief scientist, 1 project aided by the National Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars and 1 project funded by the Joint Fund of the National Natural Science Foundation of China. Before this, he has directed 2 projects sponsored by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 key science and technology project of the Ministry of Education, 1 project financed by the Beijing Natural Science Foundation, 1 project backed up by the New Century Talents Support Program of the Ministry of Education, 1 project subsidized by the “Program of Introducing Talents of Discipline to Universities”(111 Project) of the Ministry of Education, 1 science and technology cooperation project between China and Australia, 1 industry-education-research project of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Education, and dozens of projects entrusted by large scale coal-fired power stations. Up till now, Professor Yang has published 2 monographs and more than 200 SCI- and EI-collected papers, and applied for and been granted with over 20 invention patents. He has also been awarded with the Second Prize for the National Science and Technology Progress Award once, First Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award of the Ministry of Education once, Second Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award of the Ministry of Electric Power once, and Third Prize for Science and Technology Progress Award at the provincial or ministerial level thrice.
Tel: 010-61772011

E-mail: yyp@ncepu.edu.cn



Yao Jianxi
Yao Jianxi, male, was born in July 1974 of Han nationality. He is professor and one of the New Century Excellent Talents of the Ministry of Education. He graduated from Zhejiang University with a doctorate in materials science and engineering in 2003. From March 2003 to April 2005, he conducted postdoctoral research in the Kyoto University in Japan. Since March 2008, he has been working at North China Electric Power University. Now, he is Deputy Dean of the Renewable Energy School, North China Electric Power University, Deputy Director of the State Key Laboratory of Alternate Electrical Power System with Renewable Energy Sources, and Director of Beijing Key Laboratory of Energy Security and Clean Utilization.
Professor Yao Jianxi devotes himself to teaching and scientific research in the field of solar photovoltaic power generation. He has delivered lectures on Solar Photovoltaic Power Generation Technology and Application, Solar Cell Materials, Solar Cell Design and Process, etc. for undergraduates and postgraduates, and worked as an academic leader for the national characteristic discipline of “energy engineering and automation”. His current research focus is placed on: solar cell materials, new efficient solar cells, new semiconducting photovoltaic materials, new energy storage materials, and key technology for photovoltaic grid integration. As a project leader and research backbone, he has directed and participated in about 20 research projects, including projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National 863 Program, Scientific Research Starting Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars of the Ministry of Education, China Southern Power Grid, innovation fund of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities. In recent years, he has published more than 60 papers in Chinese and foreign academic journals such as Advanced Materials, Small and The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, including over 50 SCI-collected ones, granted 4 invention patents, edited and authored the chapters on solar power generation of the book entitled Renewable Energy Generation Technology.
At the same time, Professor Yao is also holding the concurrent posts as follows: communication and review expert for the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Province and Beijing Natural Science Foundation, invited manuscript reviewer for several foreign SCI journals such as The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, Journal of Alloys and Compounds and Thin Solid Films, member of the China Renewable Energy Industry Association, and member of the Chinese Materials Research Society. He was ever selected as a candidate for the “Sino-Australian Young Scientist Exchange Program” in 2009 and a candidate for the “New Century Excellent Talents Support Program of the Ministry of Education” in 2011.
Tel: 010-61772338

E-mail: jianxiyao@ncepu.edu.cn



Yao Kaiwen
Yao Kaiwen was born in May 1965 in Yueyang of Hunan Province and of Han nationality. He is a professor and PhD student supervisor of North China Electric Power University and head of the Industry Management Department of the university. He graduated from Wuhan Institute of Hydraulic and Electric Engineering (currently known as Wuhan University) with a bachelor’s degree in electromechanical drainage and irrigation in July 1987, and it is also from this university that he obtained his masterate and doctorate in “fluid machinery and engineering” in July 1991 and December 1998 respectively. Yao Kaiwen is also a member of the Reservoir Economy Special Committee of the China Society for Hydropower Engineering and member of the Pumps and Pump Stations Special Committee of the Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society.
Professor Yao is mainly engaged in teaching and research in the aspects of resettlement management in relation to hydropower engineering and hydraulic and hydropower engineering economy. He has lectured on Research on Resettlement for Reservoir Construction, Hydropower Engineering Economy and Hydraulic and Hydropower Engineering Management for undergraduates and graduates. He has taken charge of more than 80 research projects of various kinds, which represent total research funding of more than RMB60 million. He has been awarded with the First Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award for Natural Science at the provincial or ministerial level once, and granted with 1 national invention patent. To date, Professor Yao has published 20 academic papers, cultivated 27 master degree students and issued 2 monographs.
Tel: 010-61772668

E-mail: kwyao@qq.com



Zhang Huayong
Zhang Huayong, male, was born on April 10, 1963. He is now professor at Grade 2 and PhD student supervisor for North China Electric Power University, and Director of the Research Center for Engineering Ecology and Nonlinear Science. Having his doctorate of engineering in biology and environment obtained from the University of Tokyo, he is also Deputy Director of the China Energy Society and part-time professor of the Northeast Normal University, and was ever a senior visiting scholar of the University of Regina in Canada. His research interests involve nonlinearity and complexity in ecology, ecological thermodynamics, eco-hydraulics, fundamental ecology, restoration ecology, energy and pollution control biology, etc.
Professor Zhang has taken charge of the project “Technology and Demonstration for Ecological Restoration and Water Quality Improvement of Degraded Wetland at Nansi Lake” under the “Key Science and Technology Project of Water Pollution Control” in the national “Eleventh Five-year Plan” (with the project number being 2009ZX07210-009), the subproject “Construction and Demonstration of Sustainable Wetland Ecological System under Complex Hydrological Background” supported by the key science and technology support program in the national “Eleventh Five-year Plan” (development of technology for ecological restoration and comprehensive treatment of the ecology of Nansi Lake along the east route of South-North Water Diversion Project, with the project number being 2006BAC10B03), projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China and many provincial projects. In addition, he has also been an expert for the River Projects Group for Key Science and Technology Projects on Water Pollution Control, and a central control expert for the China Biodiversity Partnership Framework Project of the Ministry of Environmental Protection. He has chaired many international conferences and delivered 3 keynote speeches at such conferences. Moreover, Professor Zhang also keeps long-term cooperative relationship with several internationally renowned universities, including the Imperial College London, Queen Mary University of London and University of Tokyo.
Professor Zhang has won the First Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Award of Shandong Province once, First Prize for the Science and Technology Progress Collective Award of Inner Mongolia once, Travel Award for Distinguished Foreign Scholars from the Landscape Ecology Society of North America once and Contribution Award from ASME once. In recent years, he has published 53 academic papers in SCI and EI journals including Ecological Modeling, Bioresources Technology, River Research and Applications, Separation Science and Technology, Desalination, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation, obtained 2 national invention patents, coauthored 1 monograph in Chinese and edited 1 collection of international conference papers in English. He was ever exclusively interviewed by Discovery Channel of the United States about “Technological Innovation for Ecological Pollution Control on the East Route of the South-North Water Diversion Project” in 2010, and by Approaching Science of CCTV about “Water Affairs along the Eastern Route”.
Tel: 010-61773935

E-mail: bjecology@gmail.com






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