Dr Teng Long

Elected

2017

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tl322@cam.ac.uk

Dr Teng Long has been appointed Lecturer at the University of Cambridge in 2016. His research interests are Power Electronics technologies in electric power apparatus and systems to achieve high adaptability, controllability and reliability, including More Electric Vehicles (cars, trains, ships, aircraft), Electrical Energy Storage, Renewable Energy, Smart Grid.

Dr Teng Long
Biography

Dr Teng Long has been appointed Lecturer at the University of Cambridge in 2016. His research interests are Power Electronics technologies in electric power apparatus and systems to achieve high adaptability, controllability and reliability, including More Electric Vehicles (cars, trains, ships, aircraft), Electrical Energy Storage, Renewable Energy, Smart Grid.

Prior to joining Cambridge, Teng has worked for GE Power Conversion as a Power Electronics Engineer specialising power electronics, drives and power conversion system design and development. Teng has led or played an important role in many rewarding projects such as the first transformer-less all electric oil-platform supply vessel, the first large scale all electric warship (Type 45 Destroyer), the first electromagnetic aircraft catapult demonstrator, and the first large scale diesel/electric hybrid vessel (Tide-class tanker).

Teng received his BEng (Hons) from the University of Birmingham, BEng from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology (China) and PhD from the University of Cambridge. Teng is a Chartered Engineer (CEng). Teng is a Fellow of Peterhouse.