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Staff Profile

Dr Haimeng Wu

Research Associate



Haimeng is currently working as a Research Associate at the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Newcastle University and he has been with the Electrical Power Research Group as a postdoctoral researcher since 2015. He received the B.Sc. degree from Chongqing University, Chongqing, China in 2008 and the M.Sc. degree from College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China, in 2011. In 2012, He received a full Ph.D. scholarship from Engineering and Physical Science Council (EPSRC) and China Scholarship Council (CSC) for his study in the UK and He had his Ph.D. degree in power electronics at Newcastle University in 2016. He has already published over 15 research articles and been awarded 3 Chinese invention patents so far. He also has experience of serving as a reviewer for a variety of leading journals of IEEE, IET, and Elsevier, such as IEEE Transaction on Power Electronics and Industrial Electronics. His current research interests include power conversion and control algorithm for electric vehicles.


     School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Newcastle University, England, UK.


  • Jan.2015-Feb 2016: Research Assistant

     School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at Newcastle University, England, UK.

     Turbo Power System (TPS), Gateshead, England, UK.



           School of Engineering, Newcastle University, England, UK.

  • Sept.2008-June, 2011: MSc  Power Electronics and Drives

           College of Electrical Engineering, Zhejiang University, China. 

  • Sept 2004-June 2008: BEng in Electrical Engineering

           College of Electrical Engineering, Chongqing University, China

I am nominated and awarded Postgraduate Recommendation to Zhejiang University (top 5 universities in China) with 1st class scholarship, exempted from the national postgraduate entrance examination.

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  • 2017~present Reliability, Condition Monitoring and Health Management Technologies for Wide-band Gap power Modules, EPSRC project. Newcastle University, UK. (Partners: Warwick, Bristol, and Nottingham University)
  • 2013 High Torque Density Switched Reluctance Drive System for Low Carbon Vehicles TSB project, Newcastle University, UK. (Partners: Sevcon, Cummins Generator Technologies Limited, Stamford)
  • 2008 DC-DC Flyback Converter for Gate Drive Circuit using Multi-winding Transformer Chongqing University
  • 2007 Digital Audio Signal Analyzer, Chongqing University



o    2017~present Teaching on Tutorial of Power electronics for undergraduates (EEE3003)