Session 1: Transportation and Energy Integration with Advanced Power Systems
This workshop aims to provide a platform for researchers, professionals, and industry experts to share their latest findings, discuss emerging trends, and explore innovative solutions in the field of transportation, energy, and advanced power systems. Every collaborative innovation of transportation and energy has greatly promoted the development of science and technology and the progress of civilization. Transportation is one of the most difficult areas to implement emission reduction at present, and it is the absolute focus of carbon emission reduction transportation and energy to support the realization of the national carbon neutral goals. The workshop holds immense significance as it provides an opportunity to: 1. Transportation and energy integration: Participants can gain insights into the latest theoretical advancements and technological innovations in integration of energy and transportation, as well as self-consistent in transportation energy. They can learn from each other's experiences, challenges, and success stories. 2. Lithium ion batteries: The workshop encourages participants to identify and discuss the challenges faced by the electrification of the transportation system. By collectively brainstorming and sharing potential solutions, we aim to foster collaboration and contribute to the overall improvement of the sector. 3. hydrogen cell batteries: The workshop serves as a platform to showcase cutting-edge research and development initiatives in hydrogen, key technologies of fuel cell and core components. It promotes the dissemination of knowledge, encouraging new ideas and approaches that can revolutionize the industry. We invite all interested researchers, academicians, practitioners, and industry professionals to submit their original research papers, case studies, and technical reports related to the theme of " Transportation and Energy Integration with Advanced Power Systems." Potential topics for submission include, but are not limited to: (1) Integration of transportation and energy (2) Transportation self-consistent energy (3) Full life cycle emission assessment (4) Sustainable energy in transportation (5) Digitalization, data analytics, and artificial intelligence applications (6) Battery refining and processing technologies (7) Hydrogen utilization and storage (8) Environmental impact and mitigation strategies (9) Artificial intelligence in transportation
Dr. Wei Jiang is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor, and Director of the Development Planning Department of Chang'an University. He is also Deputy Director of the Key Laboratory for Special Area Highway Engineering of Ministry of Education, Co-Chairman of the WTC Functional Pavement Technical Committee. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Chang'an University in 2008 and 2011, respectively.He was the recipient of the National Science Fund for Distinguished Young Scholars, and the Fok Ying-Tong Education Foundation for Young Teachers, and he was selected as Youth Top-notch Talent in Support Program of Shaanxi Province, and the Rising Star of Science and Technology in Shaanxi Province. He was awarded 19 national, provincial and ministerial awards, including the Second Prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, etc. He was awarded the China Highway Young Scientist Medal, the IAAM Young Scientist Medal, and the Wu Fu-Zhenhua Excellent Teacher Award in Transportation Education. His main research interests are in Eco-friendly and intelligent perceptive pavement materials, self-consistent use of green energy, road intelligent detection and digital operation and maintenance. He is a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of Chang’an University (Natural Science Edition) and the Transport Research, and a member of the youth editorial boards of China Journal of Highway and Transport, Journal of Traffic and Transportation Engineering, and Journal of Road Engineering, and a guest editor of Polymers and Materials.Homepage: https://jw.chd.edu.cn/
Dr. Limin Geng is currently a professor and doctoral supervisor at the School of Energy and Electrical Engineering, Chang’an University. She is also a member of Shaanxi Key Laboratory of New Transportation Energy and Automotive Energy Saving. In June 2009, she obtained her Ph.D. in Chang’an University. In 2017, she was sponsored by the China Scholarship Council to study as a visiting scholar at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.She is a key member of Shaanxi Provincial Science and Technology Innovation Team of “New Energy Vehicle Technology” and has received the first prize of Science and Technology of Shaanxi Universities. She is also a member of the Design and Intelligent Manufacturing Branch and the Energy Storage Technology Branch of China Internal Combustion Engine Society. Her main research focuses on the research of battery technology of new energy vehicle. She serves as the young editorial board member of Energy Engineering and has invited to serve as a reviewer for more than 10 SCI journals such as Fuel and Energy.Homepage: https://js.chd.edu.cn/nyydqgcxy/glm100/list.htm
Dr. Jie Zhang is currently an associate professor and master’s supervisor at Xi’an University of Technology. She received her Ph.D. degree from Xi’an Jiaotong University in 2014. She was selected as Young Talents of Shaanxi University Science and Technology Association and Xi’an City Science and Technology Association, and is a core member of “Efficient Utilization of Clean Energy and Fluid Transportation Safety”, a young innovation team of Shaanxi University. She has been approved for more than 10 scientific research projects including the Youth Fund Project and General Project of National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Natural Science Foundation Project of Shaanxi Province. In the past five years, she has published 25 research papers in international authoritative journals such as Fuel, Fuel processing technology, The Journal of Supercritical Fluids, etc. She has also published one monograph on supercritical water processing technologies. Adhering to the combination of basic research and technical application, and she has authorized or applied for 5 Chinese invention patents as the first inventor and 5 US invention patents. She was awarded the China Patent Excellence Award by the State Intellectual Property Office, the Science and Technology Award of Shaanxi Higher Education Institutions.
Her main research interests are in clean energy development and utilization and efficient combustion technology, and she has carried out a series of studies on supercritical hydrothermal combustion mechanism, enhanced degradation of pollutants, and clean fuel conversion. She was currently a young editorial board member of Clean Energy Science and Technology.
Session 2: Flexible Distribution Networks
The energy transformation with the development of renewable generation is profoundly changing the structure and operation mode of distribution networks. Distribution networks are not only the important platform to accommodate distributed renewable generation, but also embrace the wide integration of novel electric loads. The power electronics-based flexible distribution equipment provides a promising way to solve the spatial-temporal imbalance of energy supply and demand. The flexible interconnection and power controllability have obvious improvement effects on operation flexibility, economy and reliability of distribution networks. Driven by the flexible interconnection equipment and technologies, numerous changes, novel network structures and operation scenarios may occur in distribution networks.
Dr. Haoran Ji is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tianjin University, China. He is a recipient of National Postdoctoral Program for Innovative Talents of China in 2019. He is an editorial board member of Energy Engineering, a young editorial board member of Advances in Applied Energy and Engineering Reports, and an associate editor of Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems.
Dr. Hao Yu is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tianjin University, China. He has published more than 30 academic papers on distribution networks and integrated energy systems. He is an assistant editor of Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments and IET Energy Systems Integration. To date, he has been awarded the second-class prize of Tianjin Science & Technology Progress for his research contribution.
Dr. Qian Xiao is currently an associate professor at the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tianjin University, China. He serves as the Associate Editors of SCI Journals. He has been awarded the First Prize of China Electric Power Technology Innovation Awards, and the Second Prize of Scientific and Technological Progress Award of Tianjin (Ranked 2nd).
Session 3:Low-carbon and Net-carbonCombustion Technology and Application
With the increasing focus on global climate change and energy issues, low-carbon and net-carboncombustion technology has gained more and more attention and application in the energy industry. Low-carbon and net-carboncombustion technology can reduce the emissions of greenhouse gases and harmful gases such as carbon dioxide generated during energy combustion, thereby achieving carbon emission reduction and environmental protection. Low-carbon and net-carboncombustion technology has been widely used in industrial production, transportation, building energy conservation and other fields. In the future, the development of low-carbon and net-carboncombustion technology will pay more attention to energy conservation, emission reduction, and resource recycling, and will also require more interdisciplinary cooperation and technological innovation to promote the application and development of low-carbon and net-carboncombustion technology in more fields.This workshop aims topresent the latest progress in the development and application of low-carbon and net-carbon combustion technologies.
Potential topics for submission include, but are not limited to:
（2）Carbon-neutral fuel combustion
（3）CO2 capture andutilization
（5）Formation and control of pollutants
（6）New low-carbon and net-carbon combustion technology
Dr. Jianfeng Pan is currently a full professor at the School of Energy and Power Engineering, Jiangsu University, China. He has published more than 200 academic papers on advanced and low-carbon combustion. He has won 1 natural science second prize issued by the Chinese Ministry of Education, and 5 second prizes of scientific and technological advancement award at provincial and ministerial level. He is the associate editor of “Energy Engineering”, and the editorial board member of “Journal of Combustion Science and Technology” and “Energy Research & Utilization”.
Dr. Peng Zhang is currently an associate professor and master supervisor at the School of Energy and Electrical Engineering, Chang’an University. He is also a member of Shaanxi Key Laboratory of New Transportation Energy and Automotive Energy Saving. In January 2015, he obtained his Ph.D. in State Key Laboratory of Engine (Tianjin University). He is a key member of Shaanxi Provincial Science and Technology Innovation Team of “New Energy Vehicle Technology” and has received the first prize of Science and Technology of Shaanxi Universities. He is also a committeeman of the After-treatment Technology Branch of China Internal Combustion Engine Society, and a standing director of Shaanxi Internal Combustion Engine Society. His main research focuses on the research of low carbon, efficient, and clean engine technology. He serves as the guest editor of Sustainability and has invited to serve as a reviewer for more than 5 SCI journals such as Fuel and Energy.
Dr. Zhanming Chen is currently an associate professor at the School of Energy and Electrical Engineering, Chang’an University. He is also a member of Shaanxi Key Laboratory of New Transportation Energy and Automotive Energy Saving. He engaged in basic research on combustion characteristics of low-carbon and net-carbon fuels for a long time, especially in the efficient and clean combustion of methanol and its application in engines. In the past 5 years, he has published 15 high-level SCI papers as the first author, 11 are Top journals of the first district of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and 3 are listed in the top 1% of ESI cited papers.
Session 4: Operation, optimization and control of new energy systems
Due to the inherent strong randomness and uncertainty characteristics of renewable energy, it is difficult yet crucial to undertake some advanced techniques in modern power systems with large-scale renewable energy integration to ensure the power generation output can be optimized and controlled on demand. Hence, the exploitation and implementation of various advanced optimization and control techniques is extremely critical for economic and efficient operation, including frequency regulation, voltage support, converter control, parameter/state identification and estimation, MPPT design, planning and dispatching, power and load forecast, and so on. Therefore, the exploitation and application of various advanced techniques to deal with the optimization and control of new energy systems are imperative.
Dr. Bo Yang is currently a professor at the Faculty of Electric Power Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China. He has published two monographies and more than 150 SCI journal papers including 10 ESI papers. He has hosted over 25 research projects. He plays as an associate editor of 8 SCI/EI journals. His main research interests focus on artificial intelligence applications on renewable energy systems.
Lei Chen (Senior Member, IEEE) received the B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Electrical Engineering from the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), Wuhan, China, in 2004 and 2010. From 2011 to 2013, He was a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). Since 2013, He has been with Wuhan University, Wuhan, China. From 2016 to 2017, He was a Visiting Scholar at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He is currently an Associate Professor at the School of Electrical Engineering and Automation, Wuhan University. His research interests include power system stability and superconducting power applications. Dr. Chen has published more than 160 papers and was the recipient of four IEEE Prize Paper Awards, and the Excellent Associate Editor for the Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems (PCMP) in 2020, 2021, and 2022. He is an Associate Editor for the IEEE Access, Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems, and IET Smart Grid.
Session 5: Advanced thermal energy storage towards carbon neutrality
Global warming is a worldwide challenge caused by massive energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. Carbon neutrality is widely regarded as an effective pathway to address global warming towards a sustainable future. Many countries and regions have made ambitious goals for carbon neutrality, with many of them targeting the years around 2050–2060. As the largest developing country, China is determined to achieve carbon peaking by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2060. Solar energy is promising to play a leading role in this low-carbon energy transition. However, the intermittency and instability nature of solar energy highly necessitates energy storage solutions with high energy efficiency, high energy density, and low cost. Towards this end, researchers and engineers over the world are exploring different thermal energy storage (TES) technologies to balance the mismatch between energy supply and energy demand. There have been increasing studies on various TES technologies, including sensible thermal energy storage, latent thermal energy storage, and thermochemical thermal energy storage. This session will cover recent research and applications of TES systems, devices, materials, etc. It aims to provide a worldwide platform to exchange new ideas and solutions for the research and development of advanced thermal energy storage technologies.
Dr. Wei Wu received his Bachelor’s degree from Huazhong University of Science and Technology in 2010. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Tsinghua University in 2016. He was a visiting scholar at the University of Maryland in 2013. Since 2016, he served as a guest researcher at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He joined the City University of Hong Kong as an assistant professor in 2018. Dr. Wu’s research is focused on building energy and sustainability technologies (BEST) towards carbon neutrality, including advanced heat pumps, novel working fluids, thermal energy storage, advanced thermal management, renewable energy utilization, net-zero energy buildings, etc. He has published 100+ SCI journal papers, published a book by Springer Nature, and obtained/filed 20 patents (8 US patents). He is among the World’s Top 2% Most Highly Cited Scientists (2021 and 2022). He received the IIR Willis H. Carrier Young Researcher Award, the NIST Distinguished Associate Award, the Excellent Young Scholar Award of Energy and Built Environment, and the Academic New Talent of Tsinghua University. He obtained the HKIE Best Transactions Paper Prize and HKIE Environmental Paper Award. He also won two Gold Medals at the International Exhibition of Inventions Geneva. He is an expert of IEA-HPT and IEA-SHC Annex.
Session 6: Geothermal energy utilization for building carbon neutrality
According to the United Nations’ 2019 report, energy consumption in the building and construction industry accounts for above 40% of the global total energy consumption. With the improvement of the global economy, the demand for a comfortable indoor thermal environment increases. To achieve the objective of building energy saving and indoor comfort improvement simultaneously, effective and reliable applications of renewable energy in buildings should be reasonably promoted. Geothermal energy is a widely used renewable energy source to achieve building carbon neutrality. Ground source heat pumps, energy geo-structures, geothermal energy storage, shallow geothermal energy utilization, and medium-depth geothermal energy utilization are popular geothermal energy technologies for space heating and cooling in buildings, contributing to building carbon neutrality. This session focuses on recent research and applications of geothermal energy utilization for building carbon neutrality. It aims to provide an international forum for the dissemination of the latest original research and technologies in related fields.
Dr. Tian You currently is an associate professor of the project “One Hundred Talents Plan” at Sun Yat-sen University and also a Master's supervisor. She obtained her Ph.D. degree at Tsinghua University. She worked as a postdoctoral fellow at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University during 2018-2020 and as a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley during 2016-2017. She is extensively involved in the research and publication on temperature control technology of infrastructures, shallow geothermal energy utilization, energy geo-structures, renewable energy system, and building energy conversation. She has hosted/joined 10 research and technology development funds. She has published over 20 papers in the top SCI journals, such as Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, Applied Energy, Energy Conversion and Management, etc. He received a citation of about 1100, an h index of 19, and an i10 index of 23. She has also published an English book by Springer, over 10 papers in international conferences, and 7 papers in Chinese core journals. She has obtained 4 patents and 2 software copyrights. She is also a youth member of the E1 Committee of the International Institute of Refrigeration, a member of the Special Committee on Energy Geo-structure and Engineering of the Chinese Society of Rock Mechanics and Engineering, and a Youth editorial board of Building Simulation.
Dr. Chao Li is currently a lecturer at the School of Energy and Electrical Engineering, Chang’an University.He has presided over and participated in more than 10 scientific research projects, won the third prize of the Shaanxi Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award, and was selected as the Excellent Graduate of Shaanxi Provincial College 2022. He has published more than 20 academic papers as the first author, 12 of which are Q1 papers indexed by SCI. His main research focuses on the utilization of geothermal energy in deep borehole heat exchangers. He serves as the young editorial board member of the Journal of Municipal Technology and has been invited to serve as a reviewer such as Energy, Renewable Energy, and Geothemics.
Session 7: Energy policy and management
Climate change is a global issue of common concern to the international community. Energy policy and management is an efficient tool to cope with climate change by curbing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from fossil fuels consumption. Energy security, energy efficiency improvement, energy transition and energy structure adjustment are the promising options for energy systems management practice. Energy policy serve the function of governance and blueprint planning, and the national actions of the energy sector to address the challenge of climate change are closely linked to their energy policies and management. There is an urgent requirement to increase research on energy transition management and policy to achieve climate change goals and carbon neutrality targets.
Dr. Bing Wang is currently an associate professor at the School of Energy and Mining Engineering, China University of Mining and Technology, Beijing (CUMTB). He has hosted research programs of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (2018), the Outstanding Talents Training Grant Scheme of Beijing (2017), National Statistical Science Research Project of National Bureau of Statistics of China and the Double Hundred Action Plan for Young Teachers of Beijing in 2018. He is an editorial board member of Energy Engineering, and his research areas include energy transition strategy policy modeling, renewable energy development policy, etc.
Dr. Jiaquan Li is currently a lecturer at the School of Economics and Management at China University of Geosciences (Beijing). He has hosted the research programs of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (2021), the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (2020), and the Youth Think Tank project of the China Association for Science and Technology (2016). He served as a guest editor for the special issue of Energy Engineering, and his research areas include CCUS and hydrogen project management and policy research.
Session 8: Advances in Theory and Technology of Oil and Natural Gas Engineering
This workshop aims to provide a platform for researchers, professionals, and industry experts to share their latest findings, discuss emerging trends, and explore innovative solutions in the field of oil and gas engineering.
The importance of the oil and gas industry cannot be overstated. As a vital source of energy for various sectors, including transportation, manufacturing, and electricity generation, it plays a crucial role in driving economic growth and development. In recent years, there has been a significant emphasis on sustainable and efficient extraction, processing, and utilization of petroleum and natural gas resources.
The workshop holds immense significance as it provides an opportunity to:
1. Exchange Knowledge and Experience: Participants can gain insights into the latest theoretical advancements and technological innovations in oil and gas engineering. They can learn from each other's experiences, challenges, and success stories.
2. Address Industry Challenges: The workshop encourages participants to identify and discuss the challenges faced by the oil and gas industry. By collectively brainstorming and sharing potential solutions, we aim to foster collaboration and contribute to the overall improvement of the sector.
3. Promote Research and Development: The workshop serves as a platform to showcase cutting-edge research and development initiatives in oil and gas engineering. It promotes the dissemination of knowledge, encouraging new ideas and approaches that can revolutionize the industry.
4. Networking and Collaboration: Participants will have the opportunity to network with fellow researchers, industry professionals, and experts. Collaborative partnerships may ignite fruitful collaborations, leading to joint projects, publications, and technological breakthroughs.
We invite all interested researchers, academicians, practitioners, and industry professionals to submit their original research papers, case studies, and technical reports related to the theme of "Advances in Theory and Technology of Oil and Natural Gas Engineering."
Potential topics for submission include, but are not limited to:
（1）Exploration and production techniques
（2）Reservoir characterization and modeling
（3）Enhanced oil recovery methods
（4）Sustainable drilling and wellbore integrity
（5）Digitalization, data analytics, and artificial intelligence applications
（6）Efficient refining and processing technologies
（7）Natural gas utilization and storage
（8）Environmental impact and mitigation strategies
（9）Safety and risk management in the oil and gas industry
Dr. Shuheng Du is currently an associate professor and master's supervisor at the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is also a member of the Party Committee of the Nonlinear Mechanics State Key Laboratory. In June 2013, he obtained his Bachelor's degree in Engineering from China University of Geosciences (Wuhan), and in June 2018, he received his Ph.D. in Science from Peking University.
He has been selected as a participant in the "Young Elite Scientists Sponsorship Program" by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), as well as the " Young Elite Scientists Sponsorship Program" by the Beijing Association for Science and Technology (BAST). He is also a member of the "Young Innovation Promotion Association" of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and has received the "Outstanding Young Scientist Award in Energy Technology" from the China Energy Research Society. He has been honored with the title of "Youth Pioneer in Energy and Environment " jointly awarded by the China Environmental Protection Foundation and the Beijing Energy and Environment Society.
His main research focuses on interdisciplinary studies in unconventional energy. He serves as the Associate Editor of Natural Gas Industry B (IF=3.3) and editorial board member or young editorial board member of thirty mainstream academic journals, including The Innovation (IF=32.1) and Int. J. Min. Sci. Technol. (IF=11.8). He is a committee member of the Editorial Board of “The Innovation Energy” and has contributed to its establishment.
Dr. Bowen Ling is currently a professor and doctor's supervisor at the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He obtained his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering from the University of California, San Diego in 2016. He has previously worked at the Energy Engineering Department at Stanford University and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in the United States. Currently, he is a researcher and doctoral supervisor at the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is also a recipient of national-level talent programs and has been selected for the talent program of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is a also selected participant of the National High-Level Youth Talents Program.
Dr. Ling Bowen primarily focuses on interdisciplinary research in cross-scale fluid dynamics and material transport. He has made innovative contributions in resource exploration and efficient exploitation, multi-medium coupling theory, and "multi-stage upscaling." His work as the first author or corresponding author has been published in internationally renowned academic journals such as PNAS, J. Fluid Mech., Phys. Fluids, Adv. Water Resour., and Phys. Rev. F.
Dr. Fengchang Yang is currently an associate professor and master's supervisor at the Institute of Mechanics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He obtained his Master's degree in Engineering from Donghua University in 2013 and his Ph.D. in Engineering from Virginia Tech in the United States in 2017. He is a selected participant of the Important Talents Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences. His main research interests include, but are not limited to, the following:
1.Transport phenomena in micro- and nano-scale flows; flow and phase transition in porous media; pore-scale flow phenomena in shale oil and gas extraction.
2.Micro- and nano-scale motor dynamics; interparticle interactions between bubbles and particles; mutual influences between phase interfaces and particles.
3. Development of multi-physics coupling models and numerical solvers; numerical modeling of mechanical and related physicochemical phenomena.
Session 9:New progress in exploration, development and EOR techniques for unconventional oil and gas reservoirs
Summary: The purpose of this workshop session is to create an opportunity for researchers and engineers working in the unconventional oil and gas reservoir sphere to share their most recent discoveries and insights as well as to discuss current trends and novel techniques regarding exploration, development and enhanced oil recovery (EOR).
Today, oil and gas production from conventional oil and gas reservoirs, such as shale and tight oil and gas formations, coalbed methane seams, and natural gas hydrates, is playing a more and more significant role as conventional reservoirs are continuously depleting. However, the exploration and development of these unconventional reservoirs pose unique challenges due to their extremely low porosity and permeability. Over the past decade, many advanced geological characterization theories and development techniques have been developed and tested in laboratories and fields in order to produce oil and gas resources more efficiently, such as high-resolution seismic survey, sweet spot identification, 3D well placement optimization, hydraulic fracturing with microseismic monitoring, gas injection, CO2 huff-n-puff, and so forth. Also, the available high performance computational resources have enabled the application of more accurate models and machine learning models to effectively address reservoir characterization, prediction, and optimization problems.
This workshop session offers a few benefits to researchers and engineers, including:
1. Stay up-to-date with the latest developments and find possible solutions for technical challenges.
2. Increase the visibility and impact of research, receive valuable feedback on research from peers and experts in the area.
3. Meet and interact with other professionals in their field, build professional reputation and enhance their career prospects.
4. Expand publication opportunities.
Researchers and industrial experts are welcome to submit review papers, original research articles, and field application cases in the scope of "New progress in exploration, development and EOR techniques for unconventional oil and gas reservoirs".
Potential topics include but are not limited to the following:
·New exploration techniques for unconventional reservoirs
·Sedimentary and genesis mechanisms of unconventional formations
·New advances in seismic survey techniques
·Pore evolution, hydrocarbon generation and migration
·Horizontal drilling, hydraulic fracturing, and related issues
·Quantification of natural and hydraulic fractures
·Complex fluid flow in fractures and matrix
·Chemical and gas injection for enhanced oil and gas recovery
·Modeling and prediction of hydrocarbon production rate
·Petroleum data analytics with machine learning applications
·Sustainable strategies and new perspectives for unconventional reservoir development
Dr. Lei Wang is a professor in College of Energy at Chengdu University of Technology, China. His major research interests are reservoir simulation and stimulation related to chemical and gas EOR as well as cryogenic fracturing techniques. He previously worked as an assistant professor in Petroleum Engineering Department at Nazarbayev University. He holds a PhD degree in petroleum engineering from Colorado School of Mines, and MSc and BSc degrees from China University of Petroleum (East China). He is the co-founder and executive editor of journal- Subsurface Exploration and Exploitation.
Dr. Heng Wang is a research scientist in State Key Laboratory of Oil and Gas Reservoir Geology and Exploitation at Chengdu University of Technology, China. His major research interests are CO2 EOR and geological storage, reservoir simulation and reservoir characterization techniques. He previously worked as a research scientist in Petroleum Engineering Department at University of Wyoming. He holds a PhD degree in petroleum engineering from University of Wyoming, and MSc and BSc degrees from China University of Petroleum East China and Beijing. He is the co-founder and executive editor of journal- Subsurface Exploration and Exploitation.
With the construction of intelligent and digital power systems, massive electrical power data have been generated in term of power system operating and electricity consuming. These electrical power big-data not only provide opportunities for various research of power system data mining technologies, but also create enormous pressure on the overall measurability and predictability of power systems. This topic aims to conduct discussions on big-data analysis technologies for power systems, including but not limited to power customer behavior analysis, abnormal electricity consumption identification, and prediction for power supply and power load. The discussions can provide technical support for improving the awareness ability and operational efficiency of power systems.
Haixiang Zang is currently an Associate Professor and a doctoral supervisor of Hohai University. He is also an IEEE Senior Member.He is in the list ofWorld’s Top 2% Scientists (Single year 2021 and 2022)published by Stanford University. He has been selected as the third-level training object of "333 High-level Talent Training Project" in Jiangsu Province, China. He won the second prize of 2021 Science and Technology Award in Ningxia Autonomous Region, China (ranked 2nd), the second prize of 2019 Science and Technology Award in Jiangsu Province, China (ranked 3rd), and the second prize of 2021 Power Construction Science and Technology Progress Award (ranked 1st). He has published over 40 high-quality papersas the first or corresponding author in both the domestic and foreign core publications. Among these publications, there are over 20 SCI papers, 16 EI papers, three ESI top 1% highly-cited papers, and one ESI top 0.1% hot paper. He has authorized more than 20 national invention patents as the first inventor in China. He serves as an associate editorof Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems, a youth editorial board member of Power System Protection and Control, a youth editorial board member of Electric Power Construction, and a guest editor ofthe Special Issues ofRenewable Energy in Applied Science.
Dr. Yizhou Zhou is currently an assistant professor and master’s supervisor at Hohai University. He has been approved for a series of research projects including, the Youth Fund Project of the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and the Natural Science Foundation Project of Jiangsu Province. He has received the second prize in the 2022 and 2021 Electric Power Construction Science and Technology Progress Award (ranked 5th), the nomination award for the 2022 Excellent Doctoral Thesis of the China Electrical Engineering Society (ranked 1st).
Her main research interests are integrated energy system planning and operation, virtual power plants and electricity markets, and uncertainty optimization.He has published 33 papers in SCI and EI journals, including 12 papers in SCI journals, 21 papers in EI journals, 27 high-quality a-class papers in Hohai University, and 6 papers in Top journals. He has authorized 14 national invention patents, of which one has completed the transformation of achievements.
Session 11: Analysis and Optimization Technology in Carbon–Electric Coupling Market
Global warming is a worldwide challenge caused by massive energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions. As the largest developing country, China has raised the goal of "double carbon" as a national strategy. Carbon emission trading market is considered as a key policy tool for meeting emissions reduction targets. The national carbon emission trading market has officially launched with power industry first included. Although the operation of the electricity market and the carbon emission trading market is independent, there is a high degree of overlap between the two market participants. In addition, the two markets are consistent in promoting clean energy development and reducing carbon emissions, and are interconnected through core factors. The introduction of carbon emission trading mechanism will also raise new questions and thoughts for the research in the field of power system planning and operation. therefore, this workshop aims to present the latest progress in the analysis and optimization technology in carbon–electric coupling market.
Potential topics for submission include, but are not limited to:
2)Energy system planning in carbon–electric coupling market
3)Optimal operation in carbon–electric coupling market
4)Carbon–electric coupling market simulation and verification
5)Integrated demand-side management in carbon–electric coupling market
Zhaoyuan Wureceived the B.S. and Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China, in 2016 and 2021. He is currently a lecture in the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China. His research interests are in the fields of electricity markets and economics of power system. Now he is leading two projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China and National Key Research and Development Program about mechanism design for electricity market and collaborativedevelopment strategy of coal-fire units and variable renewable energy stations. Also, I am holding a GeneralProgram from Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities about smart grid operation and planning, and several projects from State Grid Corporation of China (SGCC) about power system planning. In 2022, he was awarded Beijing Excellent Doctoral Thesis (only 1 person in Electrical Engineering was selected). I was also awarded Second Prize of scientific progress Award of China Electrotechnical Society and Second Prize of scientific progress Award of Beijing in 2022 and 2021, respectively.
Jingyu Li，an associate professor at the School of Electrical Engineering, Inner Mongolia University of Technology, holds a doctoral degree in engineering and serves as a supervisor for master's students. Over the past five years, he has presided over/completed one project supported by the Inner Mongolia Natural Science Foundation, two projects sponsored by Inner Mongolia Power (Group) Co., Ltd., and has participated as the principal investigator in Inner Mongolia ‘Jiebangguashuai’project. He has also been involved as a key member in major scientific research projects, technology development projects, and various horizontal and vertical research topics supported by the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, such as the Science Foundation of Inner Mongolia.In terms of academic engagements, he serves as an executive director of the Power Electronics and Power System Modeling and Characteristic Analysis Technical Subcommittee of the IEEE Power & Energy Society (PES) China Power System Dynamic Technology Committee. Additionally, he is a director of the Energy Storage Market and Planning Technical Subcommittee of the IEEE PES Energy Storage Technology Committee (China), and a member of the Power Planning and Construction Special Committee of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Electrical Engineering Society.His research expertise lies in the optimization, operation, and control of new energy power systems, as well as the design of power market mechanisms.
Lin Chen received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China, in 2019 and 2022, respectively. She is currentlyworking toward the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science and Technology at the Institute of Interdisciplinary Information, Tsinghua University. Her research focuses on the intersection of computer science and energy and power, digitalization and intelligence of power systems, including power system planning, security defense, climate change vulnerability and adaptation. She has not only published several important papers in high impact factor SCI journals, including Applied Energy, Journal of Cleaner Production, and Energy Policy, but also won the Best Paper Award at the 2022 IEEE Power & Energy Society General Meeting.