Dr Doudou Zhang and her team at the School of Engineering are deploying machine learning (ML) simulations to identify the most effective fabrication and chemical makeup of a new generation of catalysts for green hydrogen production.
Researchers at the College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics (CECC) have enlisted artificial intelligence (AI) to conduct simulated experiments that optimise the catalytic reaction that generates green hydrogen.
Smiles abound at SolarPACES 2023 where the engineers behind a record-setting solar energy coating received the Technology Innovation Award. From L to R: Mr Yifan Guo, Dr Juan Felipe Torres, Dr Joe Coventry, Ms Kaoru Tsuda, and Ms Sahar Hosseini.
An international team of engineers accepted the Technology Innovation Award at the 2023 Solar Power and Chemical Systems (SolarPACES) conference on 13 October.
Hundreds of graduating students from the College received their well-deserved degrees, certificates, and diplomas in a Conferring of Awards ceremony at Llewellyn Hall on Tuesday 13 December 2022.
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Dr AnYao Liu
Dr AnYao Liu from the School of Engineering was recently awarded the Ulrich Gösele Young Scientist Award for her pioneering work on removing metallic impurities from silicon solar cells using deposited thin films.
A new study shows how researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) achieved a world record in solar cell efficiency.
Researchers Dr Hieu Nguyen and PhD Candidate Mike Tebyetekerwa from the ANU Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering have been working to revolutionise solar cell technology, through ultra-thin 2D materials.
Professor Ian Petersen, Director of the Research School of Electrical, Energy and Materials Engineering, visited the City University (CityU)
Faulty mobile phones and solar cells could soon be a thing of the past thanks to a ground-breaking invention developed at the Australian National University.
Australian researchers develop new technology which could prove crucial in treating brain injuries and have multiple other applications, including testing the success of cancer therapies.