2024 3rd International Conference on Electrical, Power and Grid Systems (ICEPGS 2024)
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Prof. Dr. Ting Yang

Tianjin University, China

Prof. Ting Yang, doctoral supervisor, is a discipline leader in the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, Tianjin University. He is the deputy director of the national "distributed energy and micro grid" international science and technology cooperation base and the deputy director of Tianjin "Energy Internet” International Joint Research Center. As the largest contributor, he has won two provincial and departmental science and technology progress awards and some enterprise science and technology progress awards. He has published more than 100 SCI/EI papers, 4 monographs and 2 international invention patents in top academic journals in China and abroad. He has served as the session chair of several IEEE international conferences. He also served as the editor in chief or member of the Editorial Committee of several SCI journals. He is the special editor in chief of "Application of artificial intelligence in power system and energy Internet"(which won him the "Outstanding Special Editor Award" in 2018) of “Journal of Power System Automation”, and the special editor in chief of "Ubiquitous Power Internet of Things (UPIOT)" of “Journal of Power Construction”. He is now the deputy director of circuit and system branch of China Electronics Society, the national director of sensor sub committee of China Instrumentation Society and a member of the theoretical electrician special committee of China Electrical Engineering Society.

Speech Title:  TBD

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Prof. Dr. Jahangir Hossain
University of Technology Sydney,  Australia

Dr. Jahangir Hossain received the B.Sc. and M.Sc. Eng. degrees from Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology (RUET), Bangladesh, in 2001 and 2005, respectively, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of New South Wales in 2010, Australia, all in electrical and electronic engineering. He also completed Graduate Certificate in Higher Education degree from Griffith University in 2014. 

He is currently an  Professor with the School of Electrical and Data Engineering, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia. Before joining there, he served as an Associate Professor in the School of Engineering, Macquarie University for three and a half year,  Senior Lecture and a Lecturer in the Griffith School of Engineering, Griffith University, Australia for five years and as a Research Fellow in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Previously, he worked as a lecturer and assistant professor at Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh for six years. His research interests include renewable energy integration and stabilization, voltage stability, micro grids and smart grids, robust control, electric vehicles, building energy management systems, and energy storage systems.

Speech Title: Advanced Energy Management System for Hybrid Microgrids


Prof. Dr. Farhad Shahnia

Murdoch University, Australia

I have been a researcher since 2008 first as aPhD student, then Research Fellow and then during my e,mployment as Lecturer, Senior Lecturer and Associate Professor at three universities (Queensland University of Technology, Curtin University, and Murdoch University). My research falls under Distribution networks, Microgrid and Smart grid concepts. He has authored one book and 11 book chapters and 100+ peer-reviewed scholarly articles in international conferences and journals, as well as being an editor of 6 books. I have won 5 Best Paper Awards in various conferences and has also received the IET Premium Award for the Best Paper published in the IET Generation, Transmission & Distribution journal in 2015. One of his articles was listed under the top-25 most cited articles in the Electric Power System Research Journal in 2015 while one of his 2015 journal articles has been listed under the top-5 most read articles of the Australian Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Speech Title: 
Role of Microgrids and Virtual Power Plants in Decarbonization