報(bao)告題目(mu): State estimation and charging control of battery storage systems
The global economy will be greatly shaped by the transformed energy landscapes. Energy storage systems, in particular battery storage systems play an important role in decarbonizing the whole energy chain from accepting renewable generations to electrification of transport and other sectors. The talk presents some recent studies in the modelling and charging control of battery storage systems.
Professor Kang Li holds the Chair of Smart Energy Systems at University of Leeds, UK. His primary research interest lies on the development of advanced modelling, control and optimization methods with substantive applications in the energy and manufacturing fields to support net-zero carbon emission transition. His work on the development of minimal-invasive cloud based energy and condition monitoring platform (Point Energy Technology) has been successfully used in food and polymer processing industries, winning InstMC ICI prize 2015, Northern Ireland INVENT 2016 award, and finalist of Sustainable Energy Awards 2016 from Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland. He has published extensively in his area, winning more than 10 prizes and awards, including the most recent Springer Nature ‘China New Development Award’ in 2019 in recognition of the ‘exceptional contributions to the delivery of the UN Sustainable Development Goals’. Prof Li is a member of the UK management committee of the UK-China University Consortium on Engineering Education and Research and leads the UK-China Knowledge Exploitation Platform.