Qiang Yang, BSc, MSc, PhD (Lond.)
Associate Professor
College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang Univ. 310027 Hangzhou, PRC
Tel:  (+86) 571-8795-3204, Fax:  (+86) 571-8795-1625
Email: qyang at zju dot edu dot cn


Research Fellow (2007.8-2010.2), Dept. Electrical and Electronic Engineering (Control & Power group / Intelligent Systems and Networks group), Imperial College London, United Kingdom
MSc, PhD, Dept. Electronic Engineering and Computer Science (2003.10, 2007.07), Queen Mary College, University of London, United Kingdom
BEng in Electrical Engineering, Hebei Univ. Sci. & Tech. PRC
Short Bio: MIET ('03), MIEEE ('03), MIEICE('10), BEng (EE, HEBUST PRC 2001.6), MSc (EE, QMUL UK 2003.11), PhD (EE, QMUL UK 2007.7), Postdoctoral Research Fellow (EEE, Imperial, UK 2010.2), Assistant Prof. (EE, ZJU, PRC 2010.10), Associate Prof. (EE, ZJU, PRC 2012.12-), Visiting scholar (ECE, UBC, CA, 2016.1-2016.3)

Longer Bio: Qiang Yang held the BS degree (first class honors) in Electrical Engineering and received the M.Sc. (with distinction) and Ph.D. degree both in Electronic Engineering and Computer Science from Queen Mary, University of London, London, U.K., in 2003 and 2007, respectively. He has worked as a Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Imperial College London, U.K., from 2007 to 2010 and involved in a number of high-profile U.K. EPSRC and European IST research projects. Currently he is an Associate Professor at College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, China, and has published more than 100 technical papers, co-authored two books and several book chapters. His research interests over the years include communication networks, smart energy systems, and large-scale complex network modeling, control, optimization, and simulation. He is the member of various international academic bodies including IEEE, IET and IEICE as well as the Senior Member of China Computer Federation (CCF).


I am continuously looking for self-motivated Master thesis students and/or PhD candidates (with the background in math, electrical engineering, control engineering, power systems, computer science, communication, or related areas) in the areas of smart energy systems and microgrids, cyberphysical system management and complex system modeling and optimization. Please feel free to email me with your CV if you are interested.

Research work

Research interests over the years are in both CS and EE: (1) Computer networks; (2) Next generation networking architectures and mechanisms; (3) Smart energy networks technologies (Smart Grid); (4) Large-scale complex system modelling, simulation, control and optimization.