Ezra’s Round Table / Systems Seminar: Jianzhang Wu (Cardiff)

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Jianzhong Wu holds the position of professor of multi-vector energy systems and is Head of School of Engineering at Cardiff University. In June 2008, he joined Cardiff University as a lecturer and was subsequently promoted to senior lecturer in 2013, reader in 2014, and professor in 2015. Prior to his appointment at Cardiff, he served as a research fellow at the University of Manchester from 2006 to 2008.

Prof. Wu specializes in the fields of smart grid and multi-vector energy systems, which encompass integrated energy infrastructures. He is recognized as one of the pioneering researchers who initiated and established the research areas of multi-energy systems and peer-to-peer energy trading, which have emerged as two crucial areas of energy research worldwide.

He is president of the UK Branch of China Electrotechnical Society, co-editor-in-chief of Applied Energy, associate editor-in-chief of CSEE Journal of Power & Energy Systems, deputy editor-in-chief of IET Energy Systems Integration, director of International UNiLAB on Synergies between Energy Networks, and member-at-large of the IEEE Technical Committee on Carbon Neutrality, which further demonstrate his commitment to advancing research and promoting collaborations in sustainable energy and achieving Net Zero.

Prof. Wu is a member of the Department for Energy Security and Net Zero Taxonomy Energy Working Group, which provides expert advice to the Government on the development of technical screening criteria (TSC) in the energy sector. He was also invited as a witness to participate in the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into the role of hydrogen in achieving Net Zero. Additionally, he has served as a member of the Northern Powergrid technical panel of ED2 business plan.

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