报告题目：Systems Engineering for Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage （碳捕集、利用和封存技术的系统工程研究）
The Seminar will start with an introduction to Systems Engineering, followed by motivations of our research. The main part will be our research on carbon capture and transport in the context of Carbon Capture, Utilisation and Storage (CCUS) for Power Plants. Then the topic will be extended to our current efforts in CCUS for petro-chemical manufacturing (e.g. ethylene plants). We also investigate how to apply Artificial Intelligence techniques for modelling, optimisation and control in CCUS.
Professor Meihong Wang（王美宏教授）leads Process and Energy Systems Engineering Research Group at University of Sheffield, UK with expertise in modelling, optimization and control for power plants, carbon capture utilisation and storage (CCUS), energy storage and bio-energy.
He joined Centre for Process Systems Engineering (CPSE) at Imperial College London and UCL in 1999. He worked at Alstom Power, Cranfield University and University of Hull from 2004 to 2016. He has been investigators in 25 research projects (as PI or Co-I) worth over £20 million from UK Research Councils, European Commission and Industry.
Prof Wang has published over 200 papers. One of his publications was awarded Ludwig Mond Prize 2014 by IMechE. He was joint winner of Nigeria Prize for Science 2019 (the most important prize in the African Continent). A research project on intensified carbon capture led by Prof Wang was runner-up in IChemE Global Award 2019 (Energy Category). He was Siemens PSE Model-based Innovation (MBI) Prize Winner 2022.