Zhejiang University

Zhejiang University

Zhejiang University is a comprehensive research university with distinctive features and a national as well as international impact. With 7 faculties and 36 colleges/schools/determents, Zhejiang University has 14 primary and 21 secondary national leading academic disciplines. Zhejiang University has turned out a large number of outstanding talents in its history. There are more than 200 alumni elected members of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Chinese Academy of Engineering.


The laboratory of SEEEDS

SEEEDS The Laboratory of Sustainable and Efficient Electric Energy Delivery Systems

The laboratory of Sustainable & Efficient Electric Energy Delivery Systems (SEEEDS) is a leading research group in power electronics in China. SEEEDS is devoted to improving the conversion efficiency, operation reliability and system flexibility of power electronics based DC grid/microgrid from bottom power device level, intermediate power converter level to top system coordinating management level.


Our mission is to provide leading fundamental theories and breakthrough technologies in DC grid/microgrid, develop high performance power conversion equivalents to motivate national requirements, recruit and train highly qualified researchers, build internal and international cooperation in Power Electronics to enlighten the sustainable future.


Team members

Prof. Wuhua LI

Prof. Wuhua LI is an internationally known expert in the field of power electronics. He has strong expertise in reliability of high power devices, high efficiency power converters, and control of power electronics based power systems. He has published over 120 peer reviewed journal and conference papers, with more than 2900 citations (Google H-Index 26).


Prof. Xiangning HE

Prof. Xiangning HE is an IEEE Fellow and IET Fellow. He is a recognized internationally known expert and is invited to act as "IEEE Power Electronics Society Distinguished Lecturer" due to his innovative contributions in modelling of high power devices, topologies and modulations of high power converters.


Ph.D Students

Zhongnan Qian

Ruichi Wang

EU Horizon 2020

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 734796.

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