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Qinran Hu / 胡秦然

address:
School of Electrical Engineering
Southeast University
Sipailou No.2, Nanjing, China
email:
x@y with x = qhu ,  y = seu.edu.cn

Hi, this site is a place for myself to share things I am passionate about. I make hardware and test various novel theories, and study how they can help everyone interact with future energy systems. In the age of specialization, some might perceive this a lack of focus. But my experience taught me that some great ideas have come from the serendipitous cross-pollination of various interests. I always remember Jobs’ commencement address “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something – your gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever.” Here, you may find some works which seem unrelated. But they are all originated from my vision of future energy systems. I believe the energy systems will be comprehensively interacting with medical systems, financial systems, transportation systems, and imperceptibly change the life of each individual resident. So, in here hope you can find more about my works, and the “dots” are eventually connected …

Recent News

  • 10/2018, Presented our work “Unlocking Underutilized Grid Assets by Learning Techniques” on 2nd IEEE Conference on Energy lnternet and Energy System lntegration, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China
  • 09/2018, Presented our work “The Anomaly Detection of a Demand Response Survey Adopting Local Outlier Factor” and served as session chair on The 7th International Conference on Renewable Power Generation 2018, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 08/2018, Presented our work “Power System Capacity Expansion under Higher Penetration of Renewables Considering Flexibility Constraints and Low Carbon Policies” on IEEE PES General Meeting 2018 at Portland, OR, United States
  • 03/2018, Presented our work “Unlocking Underutilized Grid Assets by Learning Techniques: A Case Study on Residential Demand Response” on 52nd Conference on Information Sciences and Systems at Princeton University