Dr. Jimmy Chih-Hsien PENG
Dr. Jimmy Chih-Hsien Peng is an Assistant Professor with the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National University of Singapore. Previously, he was part of the startup team at the Masdar Institute (now part of the Khalifa University), United Arab Emirates. In 2013, he was appointed as a Visiting Scientist with the Research Laboratory of Electronics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts. He later became a Visiting Assistant Professor at MIT in 2014. He is currently the secretary for the IEEE PES Working Group on High-Performance Computing for Power Grid Analysis and Operation.
He is also heavily involved in industry standards. Since 2020, he has been nominated to serve on the Electrical and Electronics Standards Committee under the Singapore Standards Council—a body that approves the establishment, review, and withdrawal of Singapore Standards and Technical References. He is also a committee member for the SPRING SS-535 Standard: Code of Practice for Installation, Operation, Maintenance, Performance and Construction Requirements of Mains Failure Standby Generating Systems. SPRING is an agency under the Ministry of Trade and Industry, Singapore. He was a former member of the IEC New Zealand National Committee under the Standards New Zealand—a business unit within the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, New Zealand. He was also nominated by the Standards New Zealand to join the IEC Young Professionals Program in 2011.
Current and Past Teaching:
EE2029 - Introduction to Electrical Energy Systems
EE5702 - Advanced Power Systems Analysis
EPE606 - Power System Stability Analysis
EPE502 - Dynamic Systems and Control
SSC501 - Spacecraft Systems and Design
FDN455 - Introduction to Power Systems
FDN474 - Signals and Systems
Network Stability and Control
Data analytics and control theories for managing microgrids, distributed generations, and storage
2008 - 2012
University of Auckland
Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Security of Cyber-Physical System
System resilience against malicious attacks, society-in-the-loop design of future network operation
Design and demonstrate resilient topologies to facilitate energy-saving and grid-support services
2003 - 2008
University of Auckland
B.E. (1st Hons.) in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Dr. Gurupraanesh RAMAN - Research Fellow at the Singapore-ETH Centre
Praanesh is currently a postdoctoral research fellow under the Future Resilient Systems project, involved with mitigating data corruption in power systems with high renewable integration.
He received the Ph.D. degree in Power and Energy Systems from the National University of Singapore in 2021, where he was the recipient of the President's Graduate Fellowship. He received the gold medal and the President's medal in 2016 for his undergraduate work at the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, India.
His research interests include the stability analysis and control of islanded microgrids, with a focus on the development of control strategies to expand the stability region of droop-controlled inverters, and for handling stability contingencies.
Dr. Gururaghav RAMAN - Research Fellow at the Singapore-ETH Centre
Raghav received his Ph.D. in Electrical and Computing Engineering from the National University of Singapore, where he was a President's Graduate Fellow from 2016 - 2020. His Ph.D. research investigated how individual consumers' behavior could be manipulated by an adversary using strategically designed disinformation in order to attack a nation's critical infrastructure such as power grids and urban traffic networks. He has a B.Tech. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and was a gold medalist at the National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli, India in 2016.
Raghav is currently a Research Fellow at the Singapore-ETH Centre working on the Future Resilient Systems programme. His research focuses on consumer behavior in power systems, and how it could be leveraged to improve the system resilience.
Andrey GORBUNOV - Ph.D. Candidate
Andrey received his Bachelor in Applied Mathematics and Physics with honors from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MIPT) in 2017. By the end of the third year at (MIPT), he started to work at the Institute of Energy Systems under Dmitry A. Novitsky’s supervision. Firstly, he was involved in the development of a group regulator of active and reactive power for the isolated microgrid. His next project was the development of a new functional architecture for the System Operator of Russia, where Andrey Gorbunov investigated the connection between selections of generating equipment (Unit Commitment problem) with intraday optimization on balancing market (Optimal Power Flow problem). In July 2015, Andrey defended the Bachelor’s thesis at MIPT on this topic.
Moreover from September 2015 to 2017, Andrey studied at Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology (SkolTech) for his Master degree. During this time, he investigated possible applications of PMU measurements under the supervision of Prof. Janusz Bialek. During the summer internship at the Institute of Energy Systems, he was involved in the development of a method for automatically determining participation in the general primary frequency control for the System Operator of Russia. In July 2017, he graduated from SkolTech with the best research thesis award.
Andrey is currently a Ph.D. candidate at PEng Lab. His research focuses on studying the stability of microgrids in power distribution systems.
ZHANG Jingqiu - Ph.D. Candidate
Jingqiu received both his B.ENG. and Master degree in Electrical Engineering from Tianjin University in China in 2016, 2019, respectively. He worked on the control as well as fault analysis on HVDC and proposed quantified methods to calculate critical voltage drop considering different fault moments. His bachelor thesis investigated allocation algorithm for active power considering responding speeds of different inverters.
Jingqiu joined PEng Lab in Jan, 2019. He is currently working on developing a cyber resilient grid.
YANG Yang - Ph.D. Candidate
Yang received his B.ENG. and Master degree in Electrical Engineering at Zhejiang University (ZJU), Hangzhou, China in 2017 and 2020, respectively. He also received the Diplôme d'Ingénieur at CentraleSupélec, Paris, France in 2020. He was a recipient of Chinese Government Scholarship and France Eiffel Excellence Scholarship. His master thesis investigated issues in reliability analysis and optimization research of power system considering down operating reserve.
He joined PEng Lab. in Aug. 2020, and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. degree at the National University of Singapore under the President's Graduate Fellowship programme. His research focuses on cyber resilience of power system.