Electrical Engineering

  • Name:Xie Baochang
  • Title:Associate Professor
  • Office:1-330
  • Office Phone:021-34207001
  • Email:bcxie@sjtu.edu.cn
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Research Field

He was currently interested in electric machines and their control, wind power generating system of smart-grid, micro-magnetics, computation of electro-magnetic fields.


He received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering from Politecnico di Torino, Italy, in 2010. He received the Bachelor and the Master degree in Electric Machinery from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, in 1987 and 1990 respectively.

Work experience

Since 1990, he has been working as an assistant professor, lecturer and associate professor in Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China. From June to September in 2001, he was appointed joining research group at Pan Asia Automobile Technical Center, Shanghai, China, where he provided technical support for research and development of the first electric vehicle. From July to September in 2002, he visited La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia, where he studied pedagogies of bilingual education.


He joined the 863 sub-project--PM motor driving system of electric vehicle in 2002. He took charge of military project—research on remanence of DC machines for marine vessel in 2004, series product design of large propulsion linear permanent magnet synchronous machine (LPMSM).

Awards and Honors

The second award of excellent teaching, SJTU, 2006.


[0] Situations and Policies; [1] Electric Machinery; [2] Digital Signal Processing; [3] Fundamentals of Artificial Intelligence; [4] Project of DSP; [5] Electromechanical Energy Conversion; [6] Electromagnetic Fields; [7] Modern AC Machinery Drives; [8] Digital Control of Electric Machines;


[1] DSP Control and Applications of Electric Machines, Beihang University Press, 2005. [2] Fundamentals of Electric Machines Control and Drives, SJTU Press, 2001.
1. C. Ragusa, M. d’Aquino, C. Serpico, B. Xie, M. Repetto, G. Bertotti, and D. Ansalone, Full Micromagnetic Numerical Simulations of Thermal Fluctuations, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, Vol. 45, No. 10, October 2009 pp.3919-3922
2. C. Ragusa, B. Montrucchio, M. Repetto, V. Giovara, F. Freschi, B. Xie, A low cost parallel and distributed architecture for full micromagnetic numerical codes, Proceedings of 17th Conference of the Computation of Electromagnetics Fields, COMPUMAG 2009, Florianopolis, Brasil Nov 22-26, 2009
3. Ragusa, C.; Serpico, C.; Repetto, M.; dAquino, M.; Xie, B.; Bertotti, G.; Thermal fluctuations in magnetic nanoparticles: Numerical testing of Langevin approach, ?Journal of Applied Physics ?Vol.103, Issue: 7, 2008, pp.07B119 - 07B119-3 (2008.03.19 online)
4. D. P. Ansalone, G. Bertotti, M. d’Aquino, M. Repetto, C. Ragusa, C. Serpico, B. Xie, “Metodologie di calcolo delle fluttuazioni termiche in nanoparticelle ferromagnetiche”, XXIV Riunione Annuale dei Ricercatori di Elettrotecnica - ET2008, Pavia 19-21 giugno 2008.
5. C. Ragusa, C. Serpico, D. Ansalone, M. d’Aquino, G. Bertotti, M. Repetto, B. Xie, “Full Micromagnetic Numerical Simulations of Thermal Fluctuations”, The Thirteenth Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC 2008), Athens, May 11-15, 2008.
6. C. Appinoa, F. Fiorilloa, C. Ragusab, B. Xie, Magnetic losses at high flux densities in nonoriented Fe–Si alloys, Journal of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials 320 (2008) 2526–2529
7. RAGUSA C.; SERPICO C; REPETTO M; D'AQUINO M; XIE B; BERTOTTI G, “Thermal fluctuations in magnetic nanoparticles: numerical testing of Langevin approach”, 52nd Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, November 5–9, 2007, Tampa, Florida.
8. D.P. Ansalone, G. Bertotti, M. d'Aquino, M. Repetto, C. Ragusa, C. Serpico, B. Xie, “Metodologie di calcolo delle fluttuazioni termiche in particelle ferromagnetiche”, Terza Giornata Di Studio Il Metodo Agli Elementi Finiti Nelle Applicazioni Dell’ingegneria Elettrica E Dell’informazione, Università “Roma Tre”, Roma 14 Dicembre 2007.
More than 30 articles issued in core journals.