Director, Division of Planning, Information and Knowledge Management
International Atomic Energy Agency, Austria
Mr. Huang Wei is the Director of the Division of Planning, Information and Knowledge Management in the Department of Nuclear Energy (NEPIK), IAEA. Since joining the IAEA in March 2016, Mr. Huang has led the Agency’s activities in capacity building in Member States in energy planning, information and knowledge management. In addition to coordinating joint energy planning initiatives with UNDESA, IRENA and UN Regional Commissions, he has also served as the organizational focal point to the IPCC and UNFCCC and directly contributed to many key international events on SDGs and climate change, such as UN High Level Political Forum(HLPF), UN High Level Dialogue on Energy(HLDE), UN Global Conference on Strengthening Synergies between SDGs and Paris Agreement and a number of COPs including COP 26. He was the lead Scientific Secretary of the first IAEA International Conference on Climate Change and the Role of Nuclear Power convened in October 2019.
Mr. Huang’s career includes a mix of diplomatic, managerial and engineering experience, including decades of service in the nuclear industry and government in China, along with diplomatic postings as Deputy of the Permanent Mission to China to the IAEA and Science Attaché in the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC.
Mr. Huang holds a Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Master Degree in Nuclear Engineering.