A conference seminar showcasing the University of Melbourne’s multi-disciplinary energy research across MEI’s four programs.
MEI Symposium 20
The MEI Symposium showcases the multi-disciplinary energy research taking place throughout the University of Melbourne. Importantly, the event provides a space for collaboration between the sector and the University, as well as an opportunity to celebrate the past year's accomplishments. Past keynote speakers include Dr Kerry Schott, Chair of the Energy Security Board, and Audrey Zibelman, CEO of AEMO.
The Symposium features talented graduate students and research staff presenting their research within MEI’s four program areas, including Energy Systems; Power Generation and Transport; Hydrogen and Clean Fuels; and Environment and Resources.
Prizes are awarded to the best graduate presenter and poster in each research program.
MEI Symposium 19
The Melbourne Energy Institute held its second Symposium on 13 December 2019, showcasing the University of Melbourne’s multi-disciplinary energy research across four themes:
- Energy Systems
- Power Generation and Transport
- Hydrogen and Clean Fuels
- Environment and Resources
Graduate students, staff and guests presented on cutting edge energy research in across these themes covering a multitude of topics.
Dr Kerry Schott AO, Chair of the Energy Security Board, opened with her keynote speech on designing the next energy market. Her presentation focused on the large amount of variable renewable generation entering the system and how to best integrate these generators.
The Symposium continued with 4 parallel sessions covering MEIs research programs, with prizes being awarded to the best presenter and poster in each theme.
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