University of Hull
Meihong was trained as Process Engineer in China, moved to the UK in 1999 to join Imperial College London as Research Assistant (also part-time PhD at University College London), and then Postdoctoral Research Fellow in 2002. From 2004 to 2006, he worked as Senior Engineer in Alstom Power, UK. From 2006 to 2012, he worked at Cranfield University as Lecturer and MSc Course Director. He joined the University of Hull in 2012 as Reader in Process and Energy Systems Engineering, was promoted to Professor in Aug. 2014. Meihong is a Chartered Engineer. He has published over 100 technical papers and industrial reports. One of his publications (Lazic et al., 2014) was awarded SAGE Best Paper Prize 2014 and also Ludwig Mond Prize 2014 by IMechE. Another paper (Wang et al., 2011) is the most cited paper in Chemical Engineering Research and Design since 2010. He has been involved in 14 research projects worth around £8.84 million from Research Councils, European Union and Industry as investigators. Meihong leads the Process and Energy Systems Engineering Research Group at the University of Hull with 12 researchers.
Process Modelling, Simulation, Control and Optimisation Power Plant, Carbon Carbon and Transport (CCT), and Energy Storage Bio-fuel Production Refinery Planning and Scheduling Process Condition Monitoring and System Identification