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EDUCATION

About CiPES

The Center for intelligent Power and Energy Systems (CiPES) at ShanghaiTech aims to integrate the cutting-edge technologies including distributed microgrid, smart grid, plug-in electric vehicle, Internet of Things, big data, and artificial intelligence, to comprehensively optimize the whole process of power generation, energy storage, power distribution, and utilization. CiPES will serve as a pillar of ShanghaiTech’s path to a world-class research university by cultivating top talents and pioneering the research in the field of power and energy systems. We continuously devote ourselves to promote low-carbon, intelligent, and highly reliable power and energy systems in China and world wide.

Power Electronics

CiPES' research on power electronics is revolved around modeling, simulating, prototyping, and validating power electronics systems in the applications of electrified transportation, renewable energies harvesting, smart home, power management of wearable devices and many more. We develop power management solutions that take advantage of advanced topologies, power devices, magnetic materials, and control strategies in those emerging fields.

Power Systems

ower system is a network of electrical components to generate, transmit and distribute electrical energy. Modern power system evolves with increasing complexity, encountering challenges brought by growing penetration of renewables and power electronic interfaced devices. CiPES focuses on developing advanced modeling, protection, and control methodologies to ensure reliability, resiliency, safty and efficiency of modern power systems.

Wireless Power Transfer

We are actively developing the core technology and additional intellectual property that will take wireless power transfer and apply it to charge various devices, such as medical implants, IoT sensors, mobile phones, household appliances, automatic robots, and electrical vehicles.

Power Solutions for IoT

We develop energy harvesting technology for the highly distributed electronic devices in the future "Internet of Everything" scenarios. Those energy-self-contained motes will further advance the informatization and intellectualization in our society.

Energy Storage Technologies

We work on energy storage devices and systems for various applications such as power grids, electrified transportation, and Internet of Things. Our research efforts cover modeling and characterization of energy storage technologies (e.g., batteries and supercapacitors) as well as design and analytics of energy storage applications.

Faculty

Haoyu Wang
Associate Professor, Director


Room 1D-301C, SIST Building

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Junrui Liang
Assistant Professor, Director


Room 1D-301D, SIST Building

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Yu Liu
Assistant Professor


Room 2-202G, SIST Building

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Minfan Fu
Assistant Professor


Room 2-202C, SIST Building

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Xiong Wang
Assistant Professor


Room 1-D301B, SIST Building

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Chaofeng Ye
Assistant Professor


Room 2-302H, SIST Building

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Xinbo Zou
Assistant Professor


Room 2-202F, SIST Building

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Xuming He
Associate Professor


Room 1A-304D, SIST Building

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Fu Song
Assistant Professor


Room 1A-504C, SIST Building

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Lei Ding
Adjunct Professor


Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, CAS

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Jianyu Wang
Adjunct Professor, Member of CAS


Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics, CAS

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