Welcome Distinguished Pro.Ying-Yi Hong from Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan to be committee member!
日期：2019-01-24 点击量： 1081次
Ying-Yi Hong received his B.S.E.E and M.S.E.E. degrees from the Chung Yuan Christian University (CYCU) and the National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, in 1984 and 1986, respectively. Sponsored by the Ministry of Education of Taiwan, he conducted research in the Department of E.E. at the University of Washington, Seattle, from August 1989 to August 1990. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Institute of E.E. in December 1990 from the National Tsing-Hua University, Taiwan.
From February 1991 to July 1995, he served as an associate professor in the Department of E.E. at the CYCU. During that period, he solved many large-scaled electric power system problems by employing nonlinear programming. He was promoted to the rank of full professor in August 1996. At present, Professor Hong works on power quality (harmonic, flicker, voltage sag and switching transients), power market (bidding strategies and pricing forecasting), renewable energy (operation and planning), smart grid/microgrid and FPGA chip design. The artificial intelligence (evolutionary computation, neural network and fuzzy set theory) is implemented in the above research.
Professor Hong is an IEEE senior member and an IET Fellow. He was the Chair of the IEEE Power Engineering Society Taipei Chapter in 2001 and 2002 and was the Vice Chair of IEEE Taipei Section in 2013-2014. Professor Hong received IEEE PES 2014 Exceptional Reviewer Award and Elsevier 2015 Outstanding Reviewer Award. Professor Hong attained the 2003 and 2006 Outstanding Research Awards at the CYCU. He also received the Outstanding Electrical Engineering Professor Award from the Chinese Institute of Electrical Engineering in 2006.
Professor Hong serves as a referee for the IEEE Trans. on Power Systems, Power Delivery, Energy Conversion, Smart Grid, Industrial Informatics, Industrial Applications and Industrial Electronics. He also helps review the papers submitted to IEE (IET) Proceedings of Generation, Transmission and Distribution as well as Electric Power Systems Research, Electric Power Energy Systems, IEEE PES Letters, Applied Energy, Energy, and Soft Computing, etc.
Professor Hong is active to participate in international activities and served as keynote speaks in the following conferences: Institutional Research Colloquium in Mapua Institute of Technology (Philippines, March 2, 2012), International Symposium on Green Energy Policy Innovation in Gyeongsang National University (Korea, Oct. 15, 2015) and International Conference on Electrical, Telecommunication and Computer Engineering in University of Sumatera Utara (Indonesia, Nov. 27, 2015).
Since 1991, Professor Hong has chaired/cochaired more than 100 projects sponsored by National Science Council, Taipower, Bureau of Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, or Institute for Information Industry. Professor Hong chaired the Taipower’s first project related to the deregulated power market in 1996. Professor Hong led a project team from 5 universities to propose a revised Transmission Expansion Code for Taipower in 2002. He chaired a project supported by Bureau of Energy to revise 8 Sub-electricity Acts in 2004. Up to now, he published more than 100 SCI journal papers, 203 conference papers, conducted 4 technology transfers and gained 8 patents. He serves as a leading editor for a special issue “Distributed Generation Resources Applied to Smart Grid” in Scientific World Journal (EI Journal, 2016, Hindawi Publisher), a special issue “Electric Power Systems Research” in Energies (SCI Journal, 2015-2018, MDPI Publisher), a special issue “Fuzzy Intelligent Systems Applied to Power Engineering” in Advances in Fuzzy Systems (EI Journal, 2018, Hindawi Publisher). He is also the associated editor in International Journal of Fuzzy System (2012-2017).
From 2006 to 2012, he was the Dean of College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at CYCU. He was promoted to be a distinguished professor in 2012 due to his exceptional performance in research, leadership, team work and international collaboration. During 2012~2018, he served as a Secretary General at CYCU. At present, he is the Dean of Research and Development at CYCU.