Electronic Engineering Department, The Chinese University of Hong Kong - Prof LOH, Poh Chiang 盧保聰
Professor
B.Eng (Hons), M.Eng (National University of Singapore),PhD (Monash University)
homepage Rm 427, Ho Sin Hang Engineering Building phone Tel: +852 3943 8459 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
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Research Interests:

Grid-connected converter control, renewable energy, microgrids, power quality, and enhancement of power converter reliability.

Research Highlights

 

 

Resume of Career

Professor Poh Chiang Loh received his B.Eng (Hons) and M.Eng from the National University of Singapore in 1998 and 2000 respectively, and his Ph.D from Monash University, Australia, in 2002, all in electrical engineering. After his studies, he has joined the defense infrastructure industry briefly, before moving to the academia, where he has worked for 14 years as an assistant professor, a tenured associate professor, and then a tenured full professor. During this period, he has worked on multilevel inverters, converter topological developments, converter control and modulation techniques.

Current Research Interests

Grid-connected converter control, renewable energy, microgrids, power quality, and enhancement of power converter reliability.

Highlights of Recent Research Achievements

Received 4 IEEE paper-related prizes.

External Service in Recent 3 Years

Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics Associate Editor, IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications

Publications for the Past 3 Years

  1. Y. Siwakoti, P.C. Loh, F. Blaabjerg & G. Town, “Effects of Leakage Inductances on Magnetically-Coupled Impedance-Source Networks”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 29, pp. 5662-5666, Nov. 2014.

  2. Z. Qin, P.C. Loh, A.S. Bahman & F. Blaabjerg, “Evaluation of Current Stresses in Nine-Switch Energy Conversion Systems”, IET Power Electronics, Vol. 7, pp. 2877-2886, Nov. 2014.

  3. I. Nutkani, P.C. Loh, P. Wang & F. Blaabjerg, “Cost-Prioritized Droop Schemes for Autonomous AC Microgrids”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 30, pp. 1109-1119, Feb. 2015.

  4. Y. Siwakoti, P.C. Loh, F. Blaabjerg & G. Town, “Y-Source Boost DC/DC Converter for Distributed Generation”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, USA, Vol. 62, pp. 1059-1069, Feb. 2015.

  5. P. Wang, C. Jin, D. Zhu, Y. Tang, P.C. Loh & F.H. Choo, “Distributed Control for Autonomous Operation of a Three-Port AC/DC/DS Hybrid Microgrid”, IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics, USA, Vol. 62, pp. 1279-1290, Feb. 2015.

  6. Y. Siwakoti, F.Z. Peng, F. Blaabjerg, P.C. Loh & G. Town, “Impedance-Source Networks for Electric Power Conversion Part-I: A Topological Review”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 30, pp. 699-716, Feb. 2015.

  7. Y. Siwakoti, F.Z. Peng, F. Blaabjerg, P.C. Loh, G. Town & S. Yang, “Impedance-Source Networks for Electric Power Conversion Part-II: Review of Control and Modulation Techniques”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 30, pp. 1887-1906, Apr. 2015.

  8. Y. Tang, F. Blaabjerg & P.C. Loh, “Decoupling of Fluctuating Power in Single-Phase Systems through a Symmetrical Half-Bridge Circuit”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 30, pp. 1855-1865, Apr. 2015.

  9. Z. Qin, P.C. Loh & F. Blaabjerg, “Application Criteria for Nine-Switch Power Conversion Systems with Improved Thermal Performance”, IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics, USA, Vol. 30, pp. 4608-4620, Aug. 2015.