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Junwei Lu

School of Engineering and Built Environment - Electrical and Electronic Engineering
+61 (0)7 5552 7596 (Work)
G39 2.37, Gold Coast Campus

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Prof. Junwei Lu (IEEE Senior Member and ICS Board Member) received the degree in electrical engineering from Xian Jiaotong University, China and the M.Eng. degree in electronic and computer engineering from the National Toyama University, Japan, the Ph.D. degree in electrical and computer engineering from the National Kanazawa University, Japan, in 1991. From 1976 to 1984, he worked with the electrical power industry (now is called State Grid) in China, where he was involved in the various national research projects for electrical power industry. In 1985, his academic study and research was in the area of computational electromagnetics at the laboratory of electrical communication engineering at Toyama University, Japan. In 1988, he worked on the applied computational electromagnetics and was involved in the development of magnetics devices with the Laboratory of Electrical Energy Conversion, Kanazawa University. He joined the School of Microelectronic Engineering, Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia, in 1992, and moved to Gold Coast campus to establish Electrical and Electronic Engineering as a Foundation Professor since 2011. His fields of interest are computational electromagnetics, EMC computer modeling and simulation, smart mobile terminal antennas and RF/MW devices and circuits, and high-frequency magnetics for power electronics and renewable energy system. His current research interests include smart transformer and V2G with built-in statcom inverter, smart hybrid AC/DC Microgrid. He has published over 250 journal and conference papers and two coauthored books in the area of EMC and V2G, and holds over 10 international patents related smart antennas and high frequency transformers.


  • Member
    Queensland Micro and Nanotechnology Centre2013


  • Doctor Of Philosophy
    Kanazawa University