Xian-Long Lee (Johnson)
Industry PhD project title: Smart Charging Strategies for EVs in Smart Grids
RACE University and Industry partners: Monash University and Enzen
Previous education and work background:
Bachelor of Information Technology
Master of Electrical Engineering
I worked as a Database Engineer, where I am responsible for managing Oracle Database and Microsoft Database. I also worked as a Research Assistant.
What attracted you to the RACE Industry PhD?
RACE Industry Ph.D. provides the opportunity to work with different professionals and collaborate with industrial partners. It is interesting to team up with people and develop my research experience.
When you were young, what did you want to be when you were older?
When I was young, I thought I would be a musician because I play the violin. But I got interested in computers.
What do you hope to achieve?
Becoming a researcher that has solid knowledge of the field of my interest.
What are you most looking forward to?
Providing practical solutions for EV charging applications.
What innovation/change would you like to see in 5-10 years’ time?
Countries around the world have set goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions or even zero-emission milestones. I look forward to how those targets and policies can change the world.
Fun fact about you
I used to like swimming, but I almost drowned two times. Then I got interested in computers.
Knowledge makes humble, ignorance makes proud.