I am currently a Postdoc at Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Princeton University, working with Prof. Ning Lin and Prof. H. Vinccent Poor . I received my PhD degree from the Department of Electrical Engineering at Tsinghua University in June, 2022, advised by Prof. Qinglai Guo and Prof. Hongbin Sun. I received my Bachelor degree with Honor in Electrical Engineering from Wuhan University in June, 2017.
My research aims to bridge climate science and cyber-physical energy systems, with a particular focus on enhancing the resilience of energy systems against climate extremes such as tropical cyclones, heatwaves, and wildfires. I develop integrated climate-energy risk analysis frameworks and resilience enhancement strategies, supporting climate-resilient energy transitions in a warming earth. My PhD thesis was recognized by both CIGRE and IEEE PES, the most influential and largest global organizations in the field of power and energy systems, receiving the 2023 CIGRE Thesis Award and the Best Research Award from the IEEE PES PhD Dissertation Challenge 2023. I was also a recipient of the IET Premium Award in 2019, and the Best Conference Paper Award from the 2017 IEEE Conference on Energy Internet and Energy System Integration. I serve as a Young Editorial Board member of Applied Energy, Secretary of the CIGRE Working Group D2.56, and a Member of the IEEE PES EICC Committee.
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