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Professor Zhang Chenghui from Shandong University (SDU) is elected as a new fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) for 2023.
Zhang Chenghui is the dean of SDU's School of Control Science and Engineering, a SDU chair, a national high-level talent, and the head of the innovation research group China for the national fund "Optimal Control of New Energy Power Generation System".
Zhang has been engaged in scientific research, education and teaching new energy grid-connected control. He has solved a number of basic scientific theories and major engineering and technical problems, achieved the transformation of scientific research achievements and large-scale industrialization and application, and contributed to important academic and industrial causes.
Zhang has won a number of national science and technology progress awards and national teaching achievement awards. He was also awarded the honorary title of National Advanced Worker and selected into the lifetime achievement list of the world's top two percent of scientists, which was released by Stanford University.
Established in 1963, IEEE is an international society of engineers who specialize in electronics technology and information science, as well as the world's largest non-profit professional technical society.
IEEE Fellow is the highest ranking member in the society, the greatest honor bestowed upon IEEE members, and is widely recognized as an authoritative honor and professional achievement in the global electrical and electronic information community.
A total of 319 fellows were selected, of which 41 are scholars from the Chinese mainland.
Professor Zhang Chenghui from Shandong University (SDU) is elected as a new fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) for 2023. [Photo/sdu.edu.cn]