Researcher biography

Dr Hui Ma received his B.Eng and M.Eng from Xi’an Jiaotong University (China), M.Eng (research) from Nanyang Technological University (Singapore), and PhD from the University of Adelaide (Australia). He has been working at the University of Queensland (Australia) since 2008. From 1997 to 2003, Dr Ma was an engineer in Singapore and made contribution to the design, development and deployment of the Intelligent Self-recovery and Automated Cargo Inventory Control System for Singapore Airline SuperHub 2.

Dr Ma's current research and development work is associated with Australian electricity supply industry. His research is centred on Electrical Asset Management including (1) modelling, sensing, and signal processing to improve the visibility of electricity networks and assets condition; and (2) data mining with uncertain reasoning for various applications of electricity networks with high penetration of renewables. Dr Hui Ma is an associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery and a memebr of IEEE Smart Grid Steering Committee. He is also a member of CIGRE Australian Panel D1.

Dr Ma's current course coordination and teaching:

ELEC2400 (Electronic Devices and Circuits)

ELEC4320 (Modern Asset Management and Condition Monitoring in Power System)

ELEC7051 (Transformer Technology Design and Operation)

Dr Ma also coordinated and taught ELEC4400/EELC7402 (Advanced Electronic & Power Electronics Design) and taught ELEC4410.

Featured projects Duration
Transforming big data into smart data

Areas of research