WilsunXu（徐文远），阿尔伯塔大学教授，加拿大工程院院士，IEEE Fellow，IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery 主编。
Dr. WilsunXu is currently a research chair professor at the University of Alberta, Canada. Dr. Xu is an expert in the field of power quality. He was elected to IEEE Fellow in 2005 for contributions to the analysis, simulation and measurement of power system harmonics. Since 2008, he has been holding the position of Senior Industrial Research Chair in Power Quality awarded by the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada. Dr. Xu serves frequently as a panelist, seminar speaker in IEEE and other conferences, and as a consultant for industry. He is currently the Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery.
（1）Publishing Papers inIEEE Transactions on Power Delivery & other IEEE PES Transactions
（2）Power Quality Data Analytics
1、This presentation is to share editorial information with authors who are interested in publishing papers in the Transactions of the IEEE Power & Energy Society, especially the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery (PWRD). The presentation will cover topics such as the paper review process, acceptance rate, plagiarism check, decision appeal and so on. It will also discuss a few items that will help authors to improve their paper success rate. Finally, a new PWRD paper review scheme that can greatly help research work and paper writing will be explained.
2、Power quality is a field that deals with all sorts of power disturbances. Past power quality research and development activities have been focused on the disturbances’ “harmful” aspects. With the wide spread use of power quality monitoring tools, more and more users and developers start to realize that power disturbances can carry valuable information about the conditions of a system and its equipment. As a result, initiatives that explore the “useful” aspects of power disturbances have emerged. For example, short-circuit caused voltage sag disturbances have been exploited for fault location purposes, characteristics of capacitor-switching transients are used to determine and locate which feeder capacitors are operating normally, the harmonic signatures of home appliances are found useful for tracking the operating status of home appliances, and there are also proposals to use PQ data to anticipate the occurrence of feeder faults. Such information-oriented use of power disturbance data and monitoring techniques could emerge as an important field of the future smart grid. This talk will review the traditional power quality issues and share some of the developments in the emerging field of PQ data analytics. The speakers will discuss some of the research projects going on at the University of Alberta.