University of the West of Scotland (UWS), United Kingdom
Smart Energy Storage Institute
Prof. Shunli Wang is a Professor, Doctoral Supervisor, Academic Dean, Academic Leader of the National Electrical Safety and Quality Testing Center, Academician of the Russian Natural Science Academy, Provincial Senior Overseas Talent, Tianfu Qingcheng Provincial Scientific and Technological Talent, Academic and Technical Leader of China Science and Technology City, Top 2% Worldwide Scientist, and authoritative expert in renewable energy research. His research interests include modeling, state estimation, and safety management for energy storage systems. 56 projects have been undertaken, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China and the Provincial Science and Technology Department et al. 258 research papers have been published with RIS value of 11617 and h-index value of 29. 52 intellectual property rights have been approved. 9 monographs have been published by famous publishers of Elsevier and IET and so on. The total print number of New Energy Technology and Power Management reaches 6300 copies that is reprinted by 4 times. He has guided students carrying out 29 science and technology innovation projects with 6 excellent completion and 34 awards in science and technology competitions. He has won 13 scientific and technological awards, including the Gold Award at the 48th Geneva Invention Exhibition, served as chairs of 17 international conferences, and 4 editorial boards of international journals, hosting the international new energy and energy storage system conference for 3 times. The appraisal result has reached the international advanced level, reported by People's Daily.
University of the West of Scotland (UWS)
Mojtaba Mirzaeian is Associate Professor and the Programme Leader for Chemical Engineering in the School of Computing, Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of the West of Scotland (UWS). He is also a Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology at Al-Farabi Kazakh National University. He has extensive industrial and academic expertise in the field of "Energy"; "Environment"; and “Development of functional materials for a variety of engineering applications”. These include the development of highly conductive nanoporous carbons and nanomaterials for energy storage; nanocomposite materials for hydrogen storage; electrochemical energy storage technologies (particularly supercapacitor and Li/air battery); industrial energy management; and CO2 sequestration/shale gas fracking. His work in these areas has led to more than 140 peer-reviewed publications, several industrial and government research funding, and also world-wide collaborations with other institutes (in Iran; UK; USA; Russia; Bulgaria; Kazakhstan; and Turkey, ...).