Prof Joseph Yan

Inaugural Lecture: Professor Joseph Yan

5:00pm - 7:00pm / Thursday 15th June 2023 / Venue: 9 Brownlow Hill, ELT Room 101, EEE Building Liverpool L69 3GJ Electrical Engineering & Electronics
Type: Lecture / Category: Department
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Modelling of complex systems for low carbon power switching technology

Hosted by the Department of Electrical Engineering & Electronics at the University of Liverpool, this thought-provoking lecture will delve into the fascinating world of advanced system modelling and its pivotal role in developing sustainable low carbon power switching technologies.

During this engaging lecture, Professor Joseph Yan, an esteemed expert in the field, will share insights gained from his extensive research and cutting-edge projects. Discover how modelling complex systems offers invaluable tools for understanding the intricacies of power switching based on SF6 alternative gases and its potential to revolutionize the energy landscape.

Key topics to be covered in the lecture include:

The significance of low carbon power switching technology in combating climate change.
The role of advanced modelling techniques in understanding complex energy systems.
Insights into Professor Yan's ground-breaking research and its implications for a sustainable future.
Real-world applications of Liverpool’s parallel computing-based arc model and their impact on the global energy sector.

This inaugural lecture is a unique opportunity to gain in-depth knowledge from a distinguished academic and engage in thought-provoking discussions with fellow attendees. It is ideal for researchers, industry professionals, students, and anyone with an interest in the forefront of energy innovation.

Don't miss this exceptional occasion to gain valuable insights into the modelling of complex systems for low carbon power switching technology. Join us for an evening of inspiration, discovery, and networking at the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Joseph Yan.

We look forward to welcoming you to this remarkable event!