Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Computing
Building: Nguyen Engineering Building
Mail Stop: 1G5
Liling Huang joined the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at George Mason University (GMU) as an Associate Professor in 2017. She is also a contractor for Dominion Energy Virginia and NOVEC working as a principal consulting engineer. She earned her PhD in electrical engineering from Virginia Tech. Prior to joining GMU, she was a professor in the Engineering Department at Northern Virginia Community College (NVCC) for nine years, and taught at Southeastern University for one year prior to joining NVCC.
Huang was a certified professional electrical engineer in Taiwan. She worked for Taiwan Provincial Government for 5 years before coming to US to conduct research on energy management systems in high-rise buildings at Virginia Tech. During her industry career, she designed and procured the electrical, mechanical and HVAC systems for large commercial, residential and industrial buildings. During her academic career, she has instructed and developed a variety of electrical and power engineering courses including face-to-face, hybrid and online courses. She received the Outstanding Service to Education award from NVCC in 2013. She was nominated for University Teaching Excellence Award at George Mason University in 2018.
Additionally, Huang established the Power and Energy Systems concentration for the BSEE and BSCpE programs, and industry partnerships at GMU. She supports energy-related projects and initiatives at GMU, and collaborates with a multidisciplinary team on research projects in the areas of microgrids, power system protection, security and resilience, and grid modernization.