Li Sun

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•Whole site system energy improvement and waste reduction by systematic optimization •Energy systems design and retrofit by integration of renewable sources •Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Applications in Operational Optimization under Uncertainty •System Reliability and Availability Analysis

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20032021

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Dr Li Sun

Lecturer in Chemical Engineering at the University of West Scotland (UWS). Li worked as a Lecturer (teaching focused) and Research Fellow at the University of Manchester and as an Associated Professor at Dalian University of Technology in China before she joined the UWS in November 2018.

Research areas:

  • Whole site system energy improvement and waste reduction by systematic optimization
  • Energy systems design and retrofit by integration of renewable sources
  • Operational optimization and scheduling under uncertainty
  • Waste heat recovery

Dr Li Sun has published 30 peer reviewed journal papers in high profile journals , and had contributed 40 conference presentations. Li successfully completed a dozen research funding and industrial projects relative to energy efficiency improvement and waste recovery, and delivered more than 50 presentations/ workshops/ Webinars on technology development and projects cooperation to academic and industrial partners in UK, European countries and China. Li won the 2nd National Science and Technology Progress (No: 2010-J213-2-05R10) in 2010 China and the 1st Scientific Progress Award (China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Association, No: 2009 JBR0465-1-12)  for waste recovery and energy improvement industrial projects.  

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