On May 19, Dr. Liuchen Chang, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering of University of New Brunswick, fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering, visited AHUT. President Li Jiaxin met with Dr. Chang and had a discussion with him on the students’ education and cooperative research in the field of electrical engineering.
During his stay at AHUT, Dr. Chang gave a lecture entitled Creating Power System Resources from Distributed Energy. In his lecture, he shared his insightful ideas on an alternative and dispatchable resource created from distributed energy resources for power systems with faculty members and graduate students from the School of Electrical and Information Engineering, AHUT. Dr. Liu Xiaodong, the Dean of the School, hosted the lecture. （Written by Liu Sucheng; Translated by Yu Lu; Edited by Sheng Laping）
| Dr. Chang is giving a lecture
Liuchen Chang joined the faculty of University of New Brunswick in 1992 after receiving his Ph.D. degree in 1991. He is the Principal Investigator of NSERC Wind Energy Strategic Network (WESNet). He held the position of NSERC Chair in Environmental Design Engineering for the Atlantic Canada Region during 2001‐2007, and was a recipient of CanWEA R.J. Templin Award in 2010 for his contribution in the development of wind energy technologies. He is a fellow of Canadian Academy of Engineering (FCAE), and registered member of Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of the Province of New Brunswick (APEGNB). He has published over 190 refereed technical papers in journals and conference proceedings. As a leading researcher, Dr. Chang has focused on research, development, demonstration and deployment of renewable energy and distributed generation systems, including wind, hydraulic, solar and microturbine systems. He has established the Sustainable Power Research Group at the University of New Brunswick, where large‐scale, multi‐institutional and multi‐disciplinary R&D projects have been conducted in close collaboration with industry and government.