Dr Shifeng Wang
Infrastructure Systems Modeller
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- Telephone: +44 (0) 191 208 5458
- Address: School of Civil Engineering and Geosciences,
Newcastle upon Tyne.
Shifeng has a background in energy modelling and environmental remote sensing. He has rich working experiences in renewable energy systems and technologies and has developed a number of energy-environment models which have been used in EU and the UK. He has published lots of high impact papers in leading peer-reviewed journals and served as reviewer for more than 20 journals. He collaborates widely, particularly with IIASA, University of Hamburg and University of Freiburg.
PhD (2010), University of Freiburg, Germany, Environmental Remote Sensing and Energy Modelling
2014-, Newcastle University
2013-2014, Research Associate, University of Cambridge
2010-2013, Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen
2013-2014,Honour Research Fellow, University of Aberdeen
Wang's research is dedicated to sustainable renewable energy and an understanding of physical systems that involve interactions between energy production and the environment. This is of importance because renewable energy offers a promising way of diversifying the energy portfolio, and helping address the global issues of climate change, growing population, and energy security. A proper understanding of renewable energy production systems and their interaction with environment is essential for the design of relevant infrastructure and sustainable energy strategies at local, national and international scales.
- Energy Technology and System (Bioenergy and Wind energy)
- Climate Change
- Wang S, Wang S, Smith P. Ecological impacts of wind farms on birds: Questions, hypotheses, and research needs. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2015, 44, 599-607.
- Wang S, Wang S. Impacts of Wind Energy on Environment: a review. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 2015, 49, 137-443.
- Wang S, So E, Smith P. Detecting tents to estimate the displaced populations for post-disaster relief using high resolution satellite imagery. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 2015, 36, 87-93.
- Milner S, Holland RA, Lovett A, Sunnenberg G, Hastings A, Smith P, Wang S, Taylor G. Potential impacts on ecosystem services of land use transitions to second generation bioenergy crops in GB. GCB Bioenergy 2015. In Press.
- Wang S, Wang S. Integrating spatial and biomass planning for the United States. Energy 2016, 114, 113-120.
- Hou J, Liang Q, Li Z, Wang S, Hinkelmann R. Numerical error control for second-order explicit TVD scheme with limiters in advection simulation. Computers and Mathematics with Applications 2015, 70(9), 2197-2209.
- Wang S, Wang S, Smith P. Quantifying impacts of onshore wind farms on ecosystem services at local and global scales. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 2015, 52, 1424-1428.