Dr WU, Yang Andrew
BSc (NCEPU); MSc (H.K.U.S.T. and N.Y.); MSc, PhD [PolyU (H.K.)]; MHKSI; MIET; MIEEE; FRM
Teaching and Scholarly Interests: Energy Economy; Energy Policy; Mathematical Modelling; Renewable Energies; Risk Management; Smart Grid
Dr Andrew Wu is a lecturer in the Division of Science, Engineering and Health Studies. He has taught various subjects covering electric vehicles, public policy, business management, smart engineering, and advanced mathematics. His research interests include energy markets, public policy, electric vehicles, and renewable energies.
Dr Wu received his Master of Science degree and Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electrical Engineering from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Master of Science degree in Global Finance jointly conferred by The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and New York University. He is a chartered Financial Risk Manager, a full member of Hong Kong Securities and Investment Institute, Mensa, and the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Before joining this institution, Dr Wu was a financial risk manager and research analyst in several leading consulting firms and commercial companies in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Shanghai. In the past decade, he has participated in various research projects in universities and academic institutes.