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Assistant Professor Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 56568
Desired Job Location: Akron, Alabama Date Posted: 12/26/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 30000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Management (Manager, Director) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: No


Objective:
Enthusiastic, dynamic and detail-
oriented PhD professional, offering
commendable experience and hands-on
skills in integrated educational
administration and smart grid
development. Possess astute technical
and research skills with strong drive to
succeed. Leverage comprehensive
knowledge in all aspects of energy
sector, smart grid and renewable/green
energy; complemented with aptitude in
fostering a positive work environment.
Multilingual in Mandarin Chinese,
Japanese and English.


Experience:
The University of Auckland (New
Zealand’s top university) ~ Auckland,
New Zealand

Consultant, Power Systems Group Jun
2009–May 2010

- Maintained direct involvement
with Transpower New Zealand Limited, the
nation’s Independent System Operator
(ISO).
- Assessed the impact of metering
errors upon definition of voltage
stability margins as part of the
project.
- Expertly worked on inaccuracies
within instrument transformers and
communication systems, and presented key
findings at Australasian Universities
Power Engineering Conference (AUPEC) in
2010.

Electrix Limited (one of Australasia's
premier specialist contractors in the
power industry) ~ Auckland, New Zealand

Maintenance Engineer, Power Transmission
Department Nov 2006–Jan 2007

- Spearheaded component orders for
line maintenance projects.
- Authored line maintenance
project proposals, and proactively
facilitated onsite transmission tower
maintenances.

Electropar Limited (specializes in
power-distribution, transmission and
control products) ~ Auckland, New
Zealand

Fabrication Engineer, Manufacturing
Department Nov 2005–Jan 2006

- Proficiently fabricated
components for transmission towers and
substations in the manufacturing
department.

Chip Right Corporation (handler of
manufacture for package testing
peripherals) ~ Hsinchu, Taiwan

Apprentice Nov 2004–Jan 2005

- Served as apprentice for
assembling Integrated Circuits quality
testing machines.
- Provided key onsite repairs at
clients’ manufacturing plants.

M.S.Y. Technology (A computer retail
store) ~ Sydney, Australia

Technician Jun–Jul 2004

- Functioned as computer technical
expert, solely accounted for the
assembly of computers while rendering
services to faulty computer parts.
- Provided customer support for
retail and technical inquiry



TEACHING EXPERIENCE

The University of Auckland (New
Zealand’s top university) ~ Auckland,
New Zealand

Advisor for PhD Candidates 2011–
Present
Currently supervise the project,
“Special Protection and Control Schemes
for Secure Power System Operations.”

Co-Supervisor for Master Students
2010–2011
Proposed and managed the following key
projects:
- “Sampling Effects in Monitoring
Power System Low Frequency Oscillations
using Prony Analysis and Kalman Filter,”
published at 2011 Australasian
Universities Power Engineering
Conference; and
- “Assessment and Monitoring of
Power Systems Voltage Security,”
presented at Australasian Universities
Power Engineering Conference in 2010.

Co-Supervisor for Summer Research
Projects 2010–2011
Directed the project entitled, “Power
Systems Control through Synchrophasor
Measurements in Smart Grid.”

Co-Supervisor for Undergraduate Projects
2009 | 2010
Expertly supervised the following
technical projects:

- “Enhancing Power System
Stabilizer Performance using Remote
Control Signals”
- “Assessing Real-Time Remote
Signal Control Techniques for Power
Systems,” with findings presented at
2010 IEEE Power & Energy Society General
Meeting

Tutor 2008–2010

Test Invigilator and Marker 2006–
2007

Ministry of Education (lead advisor on
the New Zealand education system) ~
Auckland, New Zealand

Part-time Music Teacher (Violin)
2002–2007


Education:
Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical
Engineering, Major in Power Systems:
2011
The University of Auckland ~ Auckland,
New Zealand
Thesis: “Monitoring Ringdown
Oscillations using Synchrophasor
Measurements in New Zealand Power
Systems”

Bachelor of Engineering in Power
Electronic and Power Systems: 2007
The University of Auckland ~ Auckland,
New Zealand
First Class Honors in Electrical and
Electronics Engineering
Final-Year Project: “Variable Tuning of
High Power Pick-ups” (presented at Power
Electronics Specialists Conference)


Affiliations:
AFFILIATIONS

International Electrotechnical
Commission (IEC)
Institute of Electrical and Electronics
Engineers (IEEE) Power & Energy Society
(PES)
IEEE Power System Dynamic Measurements
(PSDM) Group
North American Synchrophasor Initiative
(NASPI)


Skills:
ACADEMIC TEACHING | RESEARCH &
DEVELOPMENT | PROJECT MANAGEMENT
POWER SYSTEMS | SMART GRID | RENEWABLE
ENERGY| ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
TECHNICAL SUPPORT | CUSTOMER SERVICE &
RELATIONS | LEADERSHIP & TEAM BUILDING


Additional Information:
PUBLICATIONS

Journals

“Enhancing Kalman Filter for Tracking
Ringdown Electromechanical
Oscillations,” IEEE Transactions on
Power Systems, In Press.
“Adaptive Sampling Scheme for Monitoring
Oscillations using Prony Analysis," IET
Generation, Transmission & Distribution,
vol. 3, pp. 1052-1060, 2009.

Invited Panel Papers

"Synchrophasors and Supporting
Infrastructure in New Zealand
Transmission Grid," IEEE Power and
Energy Society General Meeting, 2011.
"Synchrophasors in the New Zealand
Grid," North American SynchroPhasor
Initiative Work Group Meeting, 2010.
"Monitoring Electromechanical
Oscillations in New Zealand Grid using
Phasor Measurement Units," The Asia-
Oceania Top University League on
Engineering, Postgraduate Student
Conference, 2009.

Conference Proceedings

"Sampling Effects in Monitoring Power
System Low Frequency Oscillations using
Prony Analysis and Kalman Filter,"
Australasian Universities Power
Engineering Conference, 2011.
"Exploring Parallel Processing for Wide
Area Measurement Data Applications,"
IEEE Power and Energy Society General
Meeting, 2011.
"Phasor Measurement Network and its
Applications in the New Zealand Grid:
Overview and Experiences,” IEEE Power
and Energy Society General Meeting,
2011.
"Parallel Computing for Smart Power
Oscillation Monitoring using
Synchrophasor Measurements," IEEE Region
10 Conference, 2010.
"Adaptive Power System Stabilizer Tuning
Technique for Damping Inter-Area
Oscillations," IEEE Power and Energy
Society General Meeting, 2010.
"Incorporating Instrument Transformer
Measurement Errors to Voltage Stability
Assessment," Australasian Universities
Power Engineering Conference, 2010.
"Detection of Lightly Damped Inter-Area
Power Oscillations using Extended
Complex Kalman Filter," IEEE Region 10
Conference, 2009.
"Effects of Load Characteristics on the
Damping Performance of Power System
Stabilizers for Inter-Area
Oscillations," Australasian Universities
Power Engineering Conference, 2009.
"Comparative Assessment of Kalman Filter
and Prony Methods for Power System
Oscillation Monitoring," IEEE Power &
Energy Society General Meeting, 2009.
"Effects of Sampling in Monitoring Power
System Oscillations using On-Line Prony
Analysis," Australasian Universities
Power Engineering Conference, 2008.
“Self-Tuning Puck-ups for Inductive
Power Transfer,” Power Electronics
Specialists Conference, 2008.



FUTURE RESEARCH PLANS

- Investigate the potential of
parallel-processing for enhancing the
computing speed of smart grid
applications; with an objective to
minimize the processing time for real-
time system operations.
- Establish smarter system control
strategies by utilizing synchrophasor
measurements, in a goal to adaptively
tune controllers for any encountered
disturbance and prevent them from
overreacting to instabilities.


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