Wang receives Outstanding Young Engineer Award
Jianhui Wang (DIS), computational engineer, was awarded the
2012 Outstanding Young Engineer Award by the IEEE-Chicago Section during the 2012 IEEE Technical Conference and Exhibition "An Engineered Future" held at Argonne.
The award was granted to Wang for his outstanding professional
and leadership contributions to electrical engineering.
Wang joined Argonne in 2007. He is currently the Principal Investigator of multiple research grants on smart grid, wind power, transmission planning, electric vehicles and agent-based
modeling and simulation.
He is the chair of the IEEE Power and Energy Society Power System Operation Methods Subcommittee and co-chair of an IEEE task force on integrating wind and solar power into power system operations.
Wang has authored/co-authored more than 100 journal and conference publications. He is an editor of the IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, an associate editor of Journal of Energy Engineering, an editor of the IEEE PES Letters and an editorial board member of Applied Energy. He is also the editor of the Artech House Publishers Power Engineering Book Series.
He received his Ph.D. from the Illinois Institute of Technology in 2007.