Current List of Voting Members
(Updated 1/13/21. If you think you are a current voting member of this WG, please contact Chun Sing Lai, Dongxiao Wang or Michael Sanders)
- John S. Camilleri, PSC North America, USA
- Zhao Yang Dong, University of New South Wales, Australia
- Chun Sing Lai, Brunel University London, UK
- Loi Lei Lai, Guangdong University of Technology, China
- Andrew Pimm, University of Leeds, UK
- Michael Sanders, Salt River Project, USA
- Simon Valdivia, John Wood Group, PLC, UK
- Dongxiao Wang, Australia Energy Market Operator (AEMO), Australia
- Hai Bin Zhou Nipissing University
- Daoyi Dong University of New South Wales
- Stephen Browning, Retired – CEGB/National Grid Electricity System Operations Generation Modelling, UK
- Nsilulu Tresor Mbungu
- Jorge Varela Barreras, Imperial College London
- Emanuele De Santis, University of Genoa
- Sreeram Dhurjaty, IEEE Rochester Section
- G. Soma Sekhar, Geethanjali College of Engineering and Technology
- Roberto Germanà, Universita Di Roma La Sapienza
- Peng Hou, SEWPG, European Innovation Center
- M Venkateshkumar, Chennai – AMRITA Vishwa Vidyapeetham
- Wang Yu
- Kaynat Zia, the University of Texas @ Arlington
- Enrico Zero, Universita Di Roma La Sapienza
- Ying Shan Tao, Guangdong University of Technology
NOTE: Membership Definitions/Policies
Per the WG P&Ps:
A non-member is a participant who has not satisfied the criteria for membership defined in 4.1.
A member is a participant who has satisfied the criteria for membership defined in 4.1. A member is eligible to be listed on the WG roster.
A voting member is a member who has satisfied the criteria for voting membership defined in 4.1. A voting member can participate in working group motions and ballots.
A non-voting member is a member who has not satisfied the criteria for voting membership defined in 4.1.
4.0 Working Group Membership
4.1 Obtaining Membership in a Working Group
Working Group participation and membership is on an individual basis (i.e., regardless of affiliation).
A non-member becomes a non-voting member by attending one meeting, providing contact and affiliation information needed for the roster (see Clause 4.5)..
A non-voting member becomes a voting member by attending 2 of the last 4 meetings.
The member’s voting status will be effective at the start of the next meeting.
Voting membership is granted to those participants attending the first meeting of a newly chartered Working Group.
4.3.1 By Attendance
A non-voting member becomes a non-member by not attending any of the last 2 meetings.
A voting member who has not attended at least 2 of the last 4 meetings becomes a non-voting member.
The Chair may “specially maintain” a member’s voting status that would otherwise be lost by these attendance rules. Reasons for such an action can include consideration of personal hardship, medical emergency, or outstanding contributions.
The Chair (or delegate) shall notify, by email, a voting member who loses his or her voting membership and indicate the cause for loss of voting membership. The Secretary will maintain the attendance record and responses to letter ballots for all members on the roster and display or announce the status of voting and non-voting members at the start of each meeting.