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Dr Haimeng Wu

Lecturer

Department: Mathematics, Physics and Electrical Engineering

Dr. Haimeng Wu joined the Department of Mathematics, Physics, and Electrical Engineering at Northumbria University as a lecturer in 2020. He has also been appointed a guest staff member at Newcastle University since February 2020. Before working at Northumbria University, he was a Research Associate at the School of Engineering, Newcastle University and he had been with the Electrical Power Research Group as a postdoctoral researcher since 2015. In 2012, he received a full Ph.D. scholarship from Engineering and Physical Science Council (EPSRC) as a postgraduate researcher in the UK and then obtained a Ph.D. degree in power electronics at Newcastle University in 2016.

During the period of 2012-2020, he has undertaken various collaborative UK research projects as a principal researcher (2 sponsored by EPSRC and 2 sponsored by Innovate UK). He is the winner of Siemens European TAPAS community challenge competition 2018, competing over 200 proposals across Europe. He also has been serving as a technical committee member of PEMD 2020 and a reviewer for over 15 leading journals of IEEE, IET, and Elsevier, such as IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics and Industrial Electronics. He has joined the Editorial Board of IET Power Electronics as​​​​​​ the associate editor in 2020. 

Haimeng Wu

Qualifications

  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering PhD March 17 2016
  • Member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology MIET 2020
  • Member of Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers (IEEE) IEEE member 2011

Key Publications

  • Please visit the Pure Research Information Portal for further information
  • Determination of Stray Inductance of Low-Inductive Laminated Planar Multiport Busbars Using Vector Synthesis Method, Lu, B., Pickert, V., Hu, J., Wu, H., Naayagi, R., Kang, W., Liao, S. Feb 2020, In: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
  • Stability Study and Nonlinear Analysis of DC-DC Power Converters with Constant Power Loads at the Fast Timescale, Wu, H., Pickert, V., Ma, M., Ji, B., Zhang, C. 13 Jan 2020, In: IEEE Journal of Emerging and Selected Topics in Power Electronics
  • Cost-Effective and High-Efficiency Variable-Speed Switched Reluctance Drives With Ring-Connected Winding Configuration, Deng, X., Mecrow, B., Wu, H., Martin, R., Gai, Y. 1 Mar 2019, In: IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
  • Design and control of a bidirectional wireless charging system using GaN devices, Wu, H., Gu, B., Wang, X., Pickert, V., Ji, B. 17 Mar 2019, 34th Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, APEC 2019, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
  • Design of an advanced programmable current-source gate driver for dynamic control of SiC device, Wang, X., Wu, H., Pickert, V. 17 Mar 2019, 34th Annual IEEE Applied Power Electronics Conference and Exposition, APEC 2019, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
  • Polynomial Curve Slope Compensation for Peak-Current-Mode-Controlled Power Converters, Wu, H., Pickert, V., Deng, X., Giaouris, D., Li, W., He, X. Jan 2019, In: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics
  • Design and Development of Low Torque Ripple Variable-Speed Drive System with Six-Phase Switched Reluctance Motors, Deng, X., Mecrow, B., Wu, H., Martin, R. 1 Mar 2018, In: IEEE Transactions on Energy Conversion
  • A ripple reduction method for a two stages battery charger with multi-winding transformer using notch filter, Wu, H., Pickert, V., Lambert, S., Allanf, P., Deng, X., Zhan, H. 12 Dec 2017, 2017 IEEE 12th International Conference on Power Electronics and Drive Systems, PEDS 2017, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.

Research Themes and Scholarly Interests

  • Design, modelling and control of power converters for electric vehicles (EV)/renewable energy network
  • Health monitoring and condition control on the next generation wide bandgap (WBG) power modules
  • Wireless power transfer techniques and control


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