Control system development and optimization for marine and automotive propulsion systems, with in-depth experience and expertise on system modeling, identification, control algorithm development and integration, control system rapid prototyping and experimental validation. Modeling, control and optimization of fuel cell systems and fuel cell based combined heat and power (CHP) systems, emphasis on transient management for mobile applications. Adaptive control theory, with focus on algorithm and tool development aiming at improved transient performance and convergence properties. Advanced control methodologies, including optimal control and nonlinear control, and their applications to marine and automotive systems. Methodologies and tools for developing and managing complex dynamic control systems with interactive subsystems and constraints.
College or Department name:
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
Ph. D., University of Southern California, EE-Systems, 1989
M.S.E., University of Science and Technology of China, Electrical Engineering, 1984
B.S.E., University of Science and Technology of China, Electrical Engineering, 1982