Research – Projects

Ongoing (updated on 06/2019)

As PI:

  1. 2019/06 – now, Residential demand aggregation, supported by NSF-Jiangsu to study new demand aggregation method.
  2. 2019/05 – now, Planning and operation of the integrated energy systems for Jiangsu, supported by Jiangsu Provincial State Grid Economic Research Institute (J2019054)
  3. 2019/03 – now, Aggregating demand-side resources for frequency regulation, supported by GEIDCO
  4. 2019/03 – now, Residential demand aggregation for the grid reliability, supported by fundamental research funds for the central universities (2242019K40017)
  5. 2018/03 – now, Intelligent regional energy system based on distributed control algorithms, supported by state key lab research fund from NARI
  6. 2018/01 – now, The technical pathways toward a reliable carbon-free energy system, supported by Harvard Provost Office

As Participant:

  1. 2019/03 – now, Improving power quality and reducing losses photovoltaic area based on adaptive control, supported by State Grid(H201920074)

Archive (updated on 10/2018)

As PI:

  1. 2016 – 2018, Optimal bidding and assets allocation strategy for generation companies, a collaborative research project between SAC-ABB and Harvard University
  2. 2007 – 2010, The design and research of the platform for the wheeled educational robot, funded by the Ministry of Education of China

As Participant:

  1. 2017 – 2018, Simulation-based integrated energy system planning, collaborative research projects between NARI and Harvard University
  2. 2016 – 2018, The analysis of residential demand response behavior, collaborative research project among ThinkEco, ComEd, and Harvard University
  3. 2015 Summer, Implementation of a wireless sensing system for smart pumping control, funded by Oak Ridge National Laboratory, USA
  4. 2010 – 2014, Ensuring security and reducing price volatility of power systems with extensive controllable load, funded by Department of Energy, USA
  5. 2010 – 2011, Controllable load for smart grid applications, funded by Electric Power Research Institute, USA