Research

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Research Interests

Research Grants

(Past) Research Experience

2015.11 – 2017.8, Postdoctoral Fellow
University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. Mentor: Dr. Wilsun Xu
  • Power disturbance analytics for self-awareness of smart grid
  • Advanced algorithm development for sensor array measurement
  • Power system modelling and equivalence

2014.7 – 2015.10, Postdoctoral Fellow
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Mentor: Prof. Youxian Sun
  • Applications of SOPF on practical province-level power systems
  • Algorithm enhancement for large-scale dynamic optimization algorithms
  • Parallel computing on heterogeneous computers with multicore CPUs and GPUs
  • Multiple level decomposition and load balancing for massive parallel computing

2012.8 – 2013.11, Joint Ph.D. Scholar
Iowa State University, Ames, United States. Advisor: Dr. Venkataramana Ajjarapu
  • Stochastic model for preventive-corrective stability constrained optimal power flow
  • Dynamic optimization algorithm development: Direct multiple shooting method
  • Reactive power reserves and stability constraints analysis for electricity markets
  • Trajectory sensitivity analysis and its applications in power system dynamics

2009.8 – 2014.6, Graduate Research Assistant
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Advisor: Dr. Quanyuan Jiang
  • Transient stability constrained optimal power flow (TSCOPF)
  • Innovative NLP algorithm: Reduced-space interior point method (RIPM)
  • Parallel computing with multicore CPU based Beowulf cluster
  • Setup and maintain a 18 nodes, 200 cores laboratory cluster at ZJU

2009.7 – 2009.8, Graduate Intern
Railway Electrification Design Institute (EDI), Tianjin, China. Mentor: Pengcheng Su
  • Power quality evaluation for high-speed railway electric traction system
  • Hybrid electrical-magnetic-mechanical simulation for railway electrification system

2009.2 – 2009.6, Undergraduate Thesis Research
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Advisor: Dr. Quanyuan Jiang
  • “Parallel computing based power system optimal power flow (OPF)”
  • Investigation on parallel sparse linear solvers for fast solution of OPF
  • Rated as “Top 100 Undergraduate Thesis” at Zhejiang University

2007.6 – 2009.6, Undergraduate Research Assistant
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Advisor: Dr. Quanyuan Jiang
  • Automatic differentiation (AD) and its application in power system computation
  • HVDC and FACTS modeling and integration in OPF

2008.10 – 2010.6, National Undergraduate Innovative Research Program
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Advisor: Dr. Quanyuan Jiang
  • “Distributed microgrid energy management system based on PC cluster”
  • Coordination algorithm for day-ahead and real-time operation of microgrids

2008.7 – 2008.9, Undergraduate Intern
Baishan Hydro Plant, Huadian, China. Mentor: Xiangdong Jiang
  • Automatic generation control (AGC) system and unit low-frequency detection
  • Industry intranet infrastructure design and deployment

2007.5 – 2008.5, Undergraduate Student Research Training Program (SRTP)
Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China. Advisor: Dr. Yingying Yao
  • “Integrated experimental platform for audio signal processing”
  • Rated as “Outstanding” in the final project evaluation

Recent Updates

  • 08 Sep 2018

    We have two papers accepted by and to be presented at 2018 North American Power Symposium. Our PhD student Wenlong Liu and Siyuan Wang will present our recent research update at the conference site during Sept. 9-11.

  • 30 Jun 2018

    Dr. Geng was recently approved as a Master Advisor, by Faculty of Engineering, Zhejiang University. Multiple master student openings (incl. both academic and professional Master of Science programs) will be provided starting from Fall 2019. Prospective students are welcome to contact Dr. Geng for further information.

  • 06 Jun 2018

    One research paper "Energy Management of CHP-based Microgrid with Thermal Storage for Reducing Wind Curtailment" was recently accepted by Journal of Energy Engineering.

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