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PEEC Conference Program Guide - Engineering Information Institute

Table of Contents

Part I PEEC2013 Conference Schedule ................................................................................ 1

Part II Invited Speeches ................................................................................................. 2

Part III Sessions ......................................................................................................... 6

Session 1 ............................................................................................................. 6

Session 2 ............................................................................................................. 6

Session 3 ............................................................................................................. 7

Part IV Instructions for Presentations ................................................................................. 14

Part V Hotel Information .............................................................................................. 15

Contact Us.............................................................................................................. 16


Part I

PEEC2013 Conference Schedule

14:00 – 18:00

08:30 - 18:00

Registration December 31, 2012~January 1, 2013

Dec.31

1st floor, Conference Building

Jan. 1

3rd floor, Conference Building

Tuesday Morning, January 1, 2013

Time Activity (Coffee Break 10:10 – 10:30) Location: International Asia-Pacific Convention Center Sanya

08:30 – 12:00 Session 1 Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Tuesday Noon, January 1, 2013

12:00 – 13:30 Lunch Location: Pacific Cafe ( 太 平 洋 咖 啡 厅 ), 1st floor , Conference Building

Tuesday Afternoon, January 1, 2013

Time Activity (Coffee Break 16:00 – 16:20) Location: International Asia-Pacific Convention Center Sanya

14:00 – 18:00 Session 2 Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

14:00 – 18:00 Session 3 Seoul Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Tuesday Evening, January 1, 2013

18:00 – 19:30 Dinner Location: Pacific Cafe ( 太 平 洋 咖 啡 厅 ), 1st floor , Conference Building

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Part II Invited Speeches

Invited Speech: Nanomaterials: Towards Energy Storage Applications

Speaker: Prof. Bingqing Wei, University of Delaware, USA

Time: 08:30-09:15, January 1, 2013

Location: Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Abstract

Electricity storage is a growing challenge among a broad range of renewable energy

sources. The development of high-energy storage devices has been one of the research areas of top

most importance in recent years and rechargeable batteries and/or electrochemical capacitors

(supercapacitors) are anticipated to be the primary sources of power for modern-day requirements in

portable electronic devices, satellites, and electric vehicles, etc. Most recently, flexible/stretchable

electronics have attracted considerable attention and have opened the door to many important

applications that current, rigid electronics cannot achieve. In order to accommodate these needs, power

source devices must be flexible and stretchable in addition to their high energy and power density, light

weight, miniaturization in size, and safety requirements.

Research in the development of new materials and new structures for energy storage applications is an

ongoing pursuit. Nanomaterials and nanostructures such as carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been full of

surprises since their emergence and this trend continues. Utilizing CNTs for various energy storage

applications such as electrodes in lithium ion batteries and supercapacitors are under close scrutiny

because of the promising electrochemical performance of such nanomaterials. In this presentation, I

will discuss our research efforts in assembling 2-D CNT macrofilms using chemical vapor deposition

method and their applications for different supercapacitors, such as stretchable supercapacitors. I will

also discuss a CNT supercapacitor based on-chip power management for achieving high efficiency,

long lifetime and system miniaturization. Such a system can benefit many low-power microsystems

and lead to new design architectures and concepts.

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Invited Speech: Reliability Modeling and Assessment in a Smart Grid

Environment: Status, Challenges, and Probable Solutions

Speaker: Dr. Lingfeng Wang, University of Toledo, USA

Time: 09:15-10:00, January 1, 2013

Location: Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Abstract

The power grid we are utilizing is one-century old and aging for the modern industry.

The dramatic economic loss brought by the obsolete power system triggers the research of the smart

grid. The next-generation electric grid being developed should have the capability or potential of

accommodating high renewable energy penetration, preventing cyber intrusions to the critical

infrastructure, and facilitating real-time computing and communications. For this purpose, the current

power grid is undergoing significant changes and upgrades. For instance, more significant amounts of

renewable energy resources are being integrated into the power grid. Meanwhile, various innovative

smart grid technologies are being developed and deployed in the current power grids, including

intelligent sensors, advanced metering infrastructure, novel power electronic equipment, and demand

response based operating strategies. These emerging technologies are instrumental to enabling various

desired functionalities of smart grid, but meanwhile they aresignificantly increasing the complexity

and uncertainty of the overall system. For instance, some renewable energy resources such as wind and

solar are intermittent which may decrease the power system reliability; power supply reliability may

also be compromised due to the cyber vulnerability from the imposed information and communication

infrastructure. A comprehensive set of new failure modes induced by the smart grid technologies

should be modeled and included in power system reliability evaluation. As a result, conventional

methods for reliability modeling and assessment have to be improved or novel methods should be

developed to handle these newly arising uncertainties. This talk will discuss the reliability modeling

and assessment of contemporary power systems by accounting for the new uncertain factors from both

the physical and cyber domains of smart grid. The state-of-the-art of the field will be presented by

reviewing the most up-to-date work. The major difficulties and challenges in this field will be

identified and discussed. This talk will also discuss the probable solutionsto effectively and efficiently

modeling and evaluating the power grid reliability considering the cyber-physical interdependency.

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Invited Speech: Battery Management Systems - The Key Challenge to the

Electric Vehicle

Speaker: Prof. Michael Pecht, University of Maryland, USA

Time: 10:00-10:45, January 1, 2013

Location: Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Abstract

Electric vehicles have significant advantages over gas powered vehicles, but also have

significant draw-backs related to customer anxiety associated with being stranded on the road or

having to wait at a charging station. For unmanned vehicles, a failure of the battery can result in

mission abortion. To address these concerns as well as other operational and charging requirements

and safety, a battery manage system (BMS) has become a necessary part of the electric vehicle. This

presentation discusses some of the advances and remaining concerns with BMS today and looks at

opportunities for innovation.

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Invited Speech: Next Generation Photovoltaics Based on Nanomaterials

Speaker: Prof. Jingbiao Cui, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA

Time: 10:45-11:30, January 1, 2013

Location: Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building

Abstract

Solar cells based on nanocrystals, nanowires and their composites are often referred to

as the next generation photovoltaic devices and have been attracted much attention in

scientific community as well as industries. The advantages of the solar cells include reduced reflection,

light trapping capability, improved band gap tuning, and increased defect tolerance, which are

expected to reduce the quantity and quality of material necessary to reach high efficiency and allow for

cost reductions.

This talk will address the important achievements as well as challenges in current photovoltaic

research based on nanomaterials, with an emphasis on nanowire radial and axial junction solar cells.

These special structures have potential for improved performance in solar cells due to increased

junction area and improved charge carrier collection. However, the solar cells are still in its initial stage

of development by using expensive and complicated microfabrication processes as well as low cost

solution routes. The general device structure can be achieved by coating the nanowires with shell

layers to form core-shell structures or embedding the nanowires in absorbing thin films. Inorganic

nanowires embedded in thin films and inorganic-organic hybrid nanowire structures will be discussed

as examples to demonstrate the progress in nanowire solar cell research. While much effort is needed

to optimize the device overall performance, it has demonstrated that these nanowire junctions have the

potential for high efficiency and low cost solar cell devices. Finally, the challenges of nanowire solar

cell research will be discussed.

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Part III Sessions

Session 1

Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building 08:30-12:00, Tuesday Morning, January 1

Paper Id Paper Title Author Affiliation

20136 Distributed Intelligent Microgrid Control Using IL-YOP CHUNG Kookmin University,

Multi-Agent Systems

Korea (South)

20009 Forecasting the Exceedance Probability using Keming Yu

Brunel University, UK

Quantile Regression Methods

20100 Testing of Power Engineering Algorithms and Anurag Srivastava Washington State

Devices for Smart Grid

University, USA

Session 2

Macao Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building 14:00-18:00, Tuesday Afternoon, January 1

Paper Id Paper Title Author Affiliation

20141 Development of Fault Management Dispatcher Training

Simulator for TDAS in Korea

In-Yong Seo Korea Electric Power

Research Institute,

Korea (South)

20062 Annual Maximum Loads Estimation Modeling for ISA QAMBER UNIVERSITY OF

Kingdom of Bahrain

BAHRAIN, Bahrain

20017 Figure of merit analysis of a hybrid solar-geothermal

power plant

Cheng Zhou University of

Newcastle, Australia,

China

20024 Measurements of the optical characteristics of an Ricardo Bernardo Lund University,

asymmetrical photovoltaic/thermal CPC-collector

Sweden

20067 An Integrated Control Strategy Adopting Droop Control

with Virtual Inductance in Microgrid

Zhijian Hu Wuhan University,

China

20089 Optimal Design of Photovoltaic–Battery Systems Using

Interval Type-2 Fuzzy Adaptive Genetic Algorithm

Muhammad

Abdillah

Department of

Electrical Engineering,

Institut Tek, Indonesia

20123 Assessment of the Energy Impact of Using Building

Integrated Photovoltaic and Electrochromic Glazing in

Bassam

AbuHijleh

The British University

in Dubai, UAE

Office Building in UAE

20126 Performance Analysis of PV Energy System in Western

Region of Saudi Arabia

Makbul Anwari Umm Al-Qura

University,

Saudi-arabia

20116 Seasonal Regression Models for Electricity Yusri Syam Akil Kumamoto University,

Consumption Characteristics Analysis

Japan

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Paper Id Paper Title Author Affiliation

20122 Energy Saving Potential Due to Refurbishment of Bassam

The British University

Federal Public Housing in the UAE

AbuHijleh in Dubai, UAE

20128 Advanced burst mode control to reduce the standby

power of flyback converter

MinSung Kim Changwon National

University, Korea

(South)

20130 Design of DC-DC Converter for Flash Memory IPs MyeongSeok Kim Changwon National

University, Korea

(South)

20090 Noise Sources Identification Applied in Electric Power

Industry Based on Microphone Arrays

Pengxiao TENG Chinese Academy of

Sciences, China

20069 Live Line Measuring the Parameters of 220 kV

Transmission Lines with Mutual Inductance in Hainan

Power Grid

Zhijian Hu Wuhan University,

China

Session 3

Seoul Room, 3rd floor, Conference Building 14:00-18:00, Tuesday Afternoon, January 1

Paper Id Paper Title Author Affiliation

20003 3D conceptual modelling and direct utilization

calculations of the Albanian geothermal resources

Nevton Kodhelaj Department of Energy

Resources, Faculty of

Geology, Albania

20079 A Parallel Processing Uninterruptible Power Supply Seong-Ryong Lee Kunsan National

for Sudden Voltage Fluctuation for Power

University, Korea

Management

(South)

20109 Differential Evolution Immunized Ant Colony Nur Azamuddin Universiti Teknologi

Optimization Technique in Solving Economic Load Rahmat

Mara,, Malaysia

Dispatch Problem

20083 Planning of Anti-Disaster Transformer Substation Xuandong Liu Xi'an jiaotong

Based on NN and PSO

University, China

20110 Utilizing Stability Index Tracing for Precise Load Zulkiffli Abdul Hamid Universiti Teknologi

Buses Identification in Load Shedding Problem

Mara, Malaysia

20124 Operation Indices for Smart Power Dispatch Center

Design

Jin Zhong

The University of

Hong Kong, Hong

Kong (China)

20007 Mechanical Stress Analysis of a 600MW Supercritical

Boiler Superheater Outlet Header

Zhongguang Fu North China Electric

Power University,

China

20011 Numerical Study of a Confined Axisymmetric Jet Jun-Bo Huang National Cheng-Kung

Impingement Heat Transfer with Nanofluids

University, Taiwan

(China)

20016 Construction of a small scale laboratory for solar Niko Gentile Lund University,

collectors and solar cells in a developing country

Sweden

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Paper Id Paper Title Author Affiliation

20054 Optimal Load Dispatch of Gas Turbine Power

Generation Units based on Multiple Population

Genetic Algorithm

Hua Xiao

South China

University of

Technology, China

20023 Modeling on the spontaneous hydrogen evolution Xiao-Guang Yang Shanghai Jiaotong

phenomenon in direct methanol fuel cells

University, China

20081 A Gain Scheduled Method for Speed Control of Wind

Driven Doubly Fed Induction Generator

wang wei

Chiba University,

Japan

20127 Simulation and Analysis of PMSG-based Wind

Energy Conversion System using Different Coverter

Models

hua ye

Technical University

of Berlin, Gemany

20065 Coordinated Voltage Control in Distribution Network

with Renewable Energy based Distributed Generation

20091 Harmonic Measurement and Analysis during Electric

Vehicle Charging

20086 Testing bifacial PV cells in symmetric and assymetric

concentrating CPC collectors

20030 Thermal management system of lithium-ion battery

module

Mohd Khairun Nizam

Mohd Sarmin

TNB Research

Malaysia, Malaysia

MohdZamriCheWanik TNB Research

Malaysia, Malaysia

Joao Gomes

Solarus Sunpower,

Älvkarleby, Sweden

Lee Hee Won Kyungpook National

University,

Korea(South)

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ID: 20136

Name: Il-Yop Chung

Affiliation: Kookmin University, Korea (South)

Email: chung@kookmin.ac.kr

Research Interests: Microgrid, Multi-Agent

System, Energy Management System,

Hardware-In-The-Loop Simulation

ID: 20100

Name: Anurag Srivastava

Affiliation: Washington State University, USA

Email: srivanu@gmail.com

Research Interests: Smart Grid Operation and

Control

ID: 20141

Name: In-Yong Seo

Affiliation: Korea Electric Power Research Institute,

Korea (South)

Email: iyseo@kepri.re.kr

Research Interests: Smart Grid Technologies

ID: 20114

Name: Wanli Zhong

Affiliation: Electric Power Research Institute of

Guangdong Power Grid Company, China

Email: zhongwanli@163.com

Research Interests: Power Transmission and

Distribution, Smart Grid Technologies

ID: 20003

Name: Nevton Kodhelaj

Affiliation: Department of Energy Resources,

Faculty of Geology, Albania

Email: nevtonkodheli@yahoo.com

Research Interests: Geothermal Energy (direct

utilizatin)

ID: 20052

Name: Sun Yanlong

Affiliation: China Electric Power Reasearch

Institute, China

Email: sunyanlong@epri.sgcc.com.cn

Research Interests: Subsynchronous Oscillation in

Power System

ID: 20079

Name: Seong-Ryong Lee

Affiliation: Kunsan National University

Email: srlee@kunsan.ac.kr

Research Interests: Grid interactive Inverter for

renewable energy Instantaneous

ID: 20115

Name: Sabir Messalti

Affiliation: University of M’sila, Faculty of

Technology, Alge

Email: messalti.sabir@yahoo.fr

Research Interests: Power System Distribution,

MV / LV Transformer Substation, HVDC

ID: 20062

Name: ISA QAMBER

Affiliation: University of Bahrain

Email: iqamber@uob.edu.bh

Research Interests: Electric Power Systems

Reliability Engineering

ID: 20017

Name: Cheng Zhou

Affiliation: University of Newcastle, Australia

Email: cheng.zhou@uon.edu.au

Research Interests: Solar Energy, Geothermal

Energy, Hybrid Renewable Energy Systems

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ID: 20038

Name: Huanghuang Liu

Affiliation: South China University of Technology,

China

Email: 281919279@qq.com

Research Interests: Distribution network

automation, Power system operation control

ID: 20024

Name: Niko Gentile

Affiliation: Lund University, Swenden

Email: niko.gentile@ebd.lth.se

Research Interests: Solar Energy, Lighting and

lighting control systems

ID: 20067

Name: Zhijian Hu

Affiliation: Wuhan University, China

Email: zhijian_hu@163.com

Research Interests: Power System Stability and

Control

ID: 20089

Name: Muhammad Abdillah

Affiliation: Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember,

Indonesia

Email: abdillah@elect-eng.its.ac.id

Research Interests: Power System Operation and

Control, Computational Intelligence

ID: 20123

Name: Bassam AbuHijleh

Affiliation: The British University in Duba, UAE

Email: bassam.abuhijleh@buid.ac.ae

Research Interests: Energy conservation and

modeling

ID: 20126

Name: Makbul Anwari

Affiliation: Umm Al-Qura University, Saudi-arabia

Email: makbul.anwari@gmail.com

Research Interests: Renewable Energy

ID: 20116

Name: Yusri Syam Akil

Affiliation: Kumamoto University, Japan

Email: yusuri@st.cs.kumamoto-u.ac.jp

Research Interests: Electricity demand

characteristics analysis and forecasting using

ID: 20032

Name: Bin ZOU

Affiliation: Shanghai University, China

Email: zoubin@shu.edu.cn

Research Interests: electricity market and

generation expansion planning

ID: 20035

Name: Bin ZOU

Affiliation: Shanghai University, China

Email: zoubin@shu.edu.cn

Research Interests: electricity market and

generation expansion planning

ID: 20040

Name: Yunfei Ai

Affiliation: Wuhan University, China

Email: 769143937@qq.com

Research Interests: power system automation

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ID: 20053

Name: Lingling Shuai

Affiliation: Jiangxi Electric Power Co. Maintenance

Branch, China

Email: xiayh_98@163.com

Research Interests: Relay protection and

automation

ID: 20122

Name: Bassam AbuHijleh

Affiliation: The British University in Duba, UAE

Email: bassam.abuhijleh@buid.ac.ae

Research Interests: Energy conservation and

modeling

ID: 20128

Name: MinSung Kim

Affiliation: Changwon National University, Korea

(South)

Email: minsungkim@changwon.ac.kr

Research Interests: Power Management

ID: 20130

Name: MyeongSeok Kim

Affiliation: Changwon National University, Korea

(South)

Email: kms7126@changwon.ac.kr

Research Interests: NVM Memory Design

ID: 20009

Name: Keming Yu

Affiliation: Brunel University, UK

Email: keming.yu@brunel.ac.uk

Research Interests: statistics analysis and modeling

exceedance probability energy

ID: 20069

Name: Zhijian Hu

Affiliation: Wuhan University, China

Email: zhijian_hu@163.com

Research Interests: Power System Stability and

Control

ID: 20090

Name: Pengxiao TENG

Affiliation: Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Email: px.teng@mail.ioa.ac.cn

Research Interests: Array Signal Processing,

Acoustics, Measurement

ID: 20109

Name: Nur Azamuddin Rahmat

Affiliation: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

Email: azamrahmat@gmail.com

Research Interests: Monitoring and Mitigation

Technoligies

ID: 20083

Name: Xuandong Liu

Affiliation: Xi'an Jiaotong University, China

Email: liuxuand@mail.xjtu.edu.cn

Research Interests: High Voltage engineering

ID: 20110

Name: Zulkiffli Abdul Hamid

Affiliation: Universiti Teknologi Mara, Malaysia

Email: zulcromok086@gmail.com

Research Interests: system planting and operation

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ID: 20124

Name: Jin Zhong

Affiliation: The University of Hong Kong,

Hongkong (China)

Email: lliang@eee.hku.hk

Research Interests: Renewable energy integration

ID: 20007

Name: Dongyi Li

Affiliation: North China Electric Power University,

China

Email: aiolos-u@163.com

Research Interests: 600MW Supercritical Boiler

Superheater Outlet Header

ID: 20011

Name: Jun-Bo Huang

Affiliation: National Cheng-Kung University

Email: n1897102@mail.ncku.edu.tw

Research Interests: Applied thermal energy

ID: 20016

Name: Niko Gentile

Affiliation: Lund University, Swenden

Email: niko.gentile@ebd.lth.se

Research Interests: Solar Energy, Lighting and

lighting control systems

ID: 20054

Name: Hua Xiao

Affiliation: South China University of Technology,

China

Email: xhua2008@163.com

Research Interests: Gas turbine

ID: 20023

Name: Xiao-Guang Yang

Affiliation: Shanghai Jiaotong University

Email: legendyxg@gmail.com

Research Interests: Fuel cells; Computational Fluid

Dynamics; Heat & Mass Transfer

ID: 20036

Name: Ching-Yin LEE

Affiliation: Tungnan University

Email: cylee@mail.tnu.edu.tw

Research Interests: Power Engineering, Renewable

energy system

ID: 20081

Name: Wang Wei

Affiliation: Chiba University, Japan

Email: aaga3849@chiba-u.jp

Research Interests: wind power system, gain

scheduled control

ID: 20127

Name: Hua Ye

Affiliation: Technical University of Berlin, Gemany

Email: yehua_tub@hotmail.com

Research Interests: Power system simulation and

analysis, hybrid simulation of electromagnetic and

electromechanical Transmission

ID: 20086

Name: Joao Gomes

Affiliation: Solarus Sunpower Sweden, Sweden

Email: joao.gomes@solarus.se

Research Interests: Wind power generation and

utilization

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ID: 20030

Name: Lee Hee Won

Affiliation: Kyungpook National University,

Korea(South)

Email: julyboy7@naver.com

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Part IV Instructions for Presentations

Devices Provided by the Conference Organizing Committee:

• Laptops (with MS-office & Adobe Reader)

• Projectors & Screen

• Laser Sticks

Materials Provided by the Presenters:

• PowerPoint or PDF files

Duration of each Presentation:

• Regular Oral Session: 15 Minutes of Presentation, 5 Minutes of Q & A

• Plenary Speech: 40 - 45 Minutes of Presentation, 5 Minutes of Q & A

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Part V Hotel Information

About Hotel

International Asia-Pacific Convention Center Sanya is a five star standard luxury hotel, which locates

beside the seashore, and is the ideal place for vacation and conference. The hotel has 254 luxury and

comfortable rooms, and 16 conference rooms in different sizes. The conference rooms can

accommodate people from 20-1000 and totally square 5400m2. Housing, dining, recreation

facilities… everything needed is ready, Even National initiative seawater swimming poor, sea

recreational centre and so on, which make you a pleasant vacation. High-speed net connectors are

equipped in the houses and service of renting laptops is provided, all these give you a convenient office

atmosphere while you are on vacation.

Address: No.17, Haipo tourism and economic zone, Sanya Bay, Sanya city, China

三 亚 市 三 亚 湾 海 坡 旅 游 经 济 开 发 区 17 横 路

URL:

www.iapccsanya.com

Tel: (86 898)88332666

Fax: (86 898)88332266

How to Get to the Hotel

Downtown of Sanya : 30 minutes ride

Sanya Phoenix Airport: 15 minutes ride

Sanya International Golf Club: 20 minutes ride

End of the Earth: 10 minutes ride

For non-Chinese author, please show the following info to the driver if you take a

taxi:

请 送 我 到 : 三 亚 市 三 亚 湾 海 坡 旅 游 经 济 开 发 区 17 横 路 亚 太 国 际 会 议 中 心 暨 三 亚 海 航 度 假 酒


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Contact Us

PEEC Organizing Committee

Secretary: Ms. Wang

Telephone: +86-189 7103 4113

E-mail: peec@engii.org

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