Dr Bin Lu is a Senior Research Fellow at the ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics. He is leading the Renewable Energy Systems Program in the ANU Grand Challenge initiative: Zero-Carbon Energy for the Asia-Pacific. Dr Lu holds a PhD in Renewable Energy and a Master’s and a Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering. He is a former senior electrical engineer and has a decade of work experience in electrical systems design and providing consulting services to government and industry. His research interests include energy system modelling, renewable energy resource assessment, geographic information system algorithm development, electrical system design and power system analysis. Dr Lu is a recipient of Australia’s top science prize, the Eureka Prize for Environmental Research. His research on 100% renewable energy futures has garnered an audience of 15 million worldwide.
Awarded the CECS Remote Teaching and Student Experience Award (2021)
ENGN3100 Practical Experience (course convener 2020 S2, 2021 S2, 2022 S1)
ENGN4200 Individual Project (supervisor)
ENGN3706 Engineering Research and Development Project (supervisor)
ENGN3516/6516 Energy Resources and Renewable Technologies (guest lecturer 2022 S2, 2023 S2)
Australia Awards courses: Grid Integration of Renewable Energy (session convener & lecturer 2021, 2022, 2023)