Two papers written by students and teachers from the Department of Electrical Engineering of Tsinghua University have been included among the seven Best Papers of the years 2018-2020 by IEEE Transactions on Power Systems, an internationally recognized academic journal.
One is “Incorporating Massive Scenarios in Transmission Expansion Planning With High Renewable Energy Penetration”, which was published in August 2019 by first author Zhuo Zhenyu, a doctoral student at the department. Its corresponding authors are Associate Professor Zhang Ning and Kang Chongqing, and the co-authors include Professor Xia Qing and Assistant Researcher Du Ershun.
The other is the “Distributed stability conditions for power systems with heterogeneous nonlinear bus dynamics”, published in November 2019. Yang Peng, also a doctorate student of the department, is the first author. Associate Professor Liu Feng is the corresponding author. The co-authors are Professor Shen Chen and Dr Wang Zhaojian.
They were the only two award-winning papers from China among about 1,200 that appeared in the journal over the past three years.
The journal publishes about 400 papers every year. Around seven or eight “Best Papers” are picked out for their high quality, originality and academic influence by its editorial board after being recommended by editorial board members.