Haoyu Wang is an associate professor with tenure. He is currently the CiPES Director and the Deputy Director of Graduate Recruitment and Admissions (GRA) Committee.
In 2009, Haoyu Wang received his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering with distinguished honor from Zhejiang University in Hangzhou, China. In 2014, he received his Ph.D. both in electrical engineering from the University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA. In Fall 2014, he joined the School of Information Science and Technology, where he is currently an associate professor with tenure. His research interests include power electronics, plug-in electric and hybrid electric vehicles, renewable energy systems, power management solutions for emerging fields including big data, AI, IoT, etc. He is the author and co-author of more than 65 peer-reviewed conference and journal papers. As an inventor, he filed 7 China patents.
Dr. Wang is a senior member of IEEE and a senior member of China Power Supply Society. He serves an Associate Editor for IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron., IEEE Trans. Transp. Electrif., CPSS Trans. on Power Electron. and Appl. Since 2016, he has served as the track chair for IEEE APEC. He served as the session chairs for prestigious conferences including IEEE APEC, IECON, ECCE-Asia, ITEC, and CPSS annual meetings. He is a reviewer for top-tier journals including IEEE Trans. Power Electron. and IEEE Trans. Ind. Electron. He was invited to give technical talks in IEEE Power Electronics Society Webinar, IEEE Transportation Electrification Webinar, and 2020 7th international forum on Electrical Engineering and Automation.
He is the recipient of Chinese Academy of Science first-class award for teaching and education (2020), key teaching reform project from Shanghai Municipal government (2020), Shanghai Rising Star Talent (2020), outstanding presentation award in IEEE APEC (2019), finalist of IEEE IAS TSC prize award (2019), Social Engagement Excellent Faculty Adviser from ShanghaiTech (2019), ShanghaiTech Outstanding Employee (2017), SIST Best Teaching Award (2017), Shanghai Sailing Talent (2016), Distinguished Dissertation Fellowship from the University of Maryland (2014), IEEE APEC Travel Grant (2020, 2018, 2014), NSC fellowship (2009-2013), Finalist of Qualcomm Innovation Fellowship (2012), and CKC Distinguished Graduate from Zhejiang University (2009). His undergraduate course “Intro. Info. Sci. and Tech.” was recognized by the Shanghai Municipal Government as an “excellent course” (2018). His graduate students received honors including China National Scholarship, Distinguished Graduate from Shanghai Municipal Government, Distinguished Graduate from the University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, etc.