National Renewable Energy Laboratory
I am a Research Engineer with the Power Systems Engineering Center at National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). My research focuses on control and optimization of power systems. I am particularly interested in power system dynamics and stability, frequency and voltage regulation, and control of distributed energy resources.
I got my PhD in Electrical Engineering at California Institute of Technology, and B. Eng. in Automation at Tsinghua University.
- Changhong Zhao, Enrique Mallada, Steven Low, and Janusz Bialek, “A unified framework for frequency control and congestion management,” Power Systems Computation Conference, Genoa, Italy, June 2016.
- Changhong Zhao, Enrique Mallada, and Florian Dorfler, “Distributed frequency control for stability and economic dispatch in power networks,” American Control Conference, Chicago, IL, USA, July 2015.
- Changhong Zhao, Ufuk Topcu, Na Li, and Steven Low, “Design and stability of load-side primary frequency control in power systems,” IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control, 59(5):1177-1189, May 2014.
- Changhong Zhao, Ufuk Topcu, and Steven Low, “Optimal load control via frequency measurement and neighborhood area communication,” IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, 28(4):3576-3587, November 2013.
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