ANU New Research Showcase: Climate, Energy & Disasters
Please join us for a showcase of early-stage innovative research projects that are building capabilities for addressing the challenges of climate change, energy transition, and disasters. These projects were seed funded by The Australian National University (ANU) in 2022 to enhance interdisciplinary collaboration through advancement of novel research in these areas.
Hosted by Dr Roslyn Prinsley, Head of Disaster Solutions at the ANU Institute for Climate, Energy and Disaster Solutions (ICEDS), with opening remarks from ANU Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian P. Schmidt AC, the event will feature snapshot presentations from researchers sharing early findings and impact pathways of novel technical, scientific and social approaches to climate change, energy and disasters.
- Australia's psychology workforce capacity
Dr Emily Macleod, Postdoctoral Fellow, ANU Research School of Psychology
- AI generation of cyclone data via learned physical constraints
Dr Navid Constantinou, ARC DECRA Research Fellow, ANU Research School of Earth Sciences
- Partner's influence on mother and child mental health following climate crisis: a missing link in the MC2020 cohort
Associate Professor Liana Leach, Research Fellow, ANU College of Health and Medicine
- Maximizing co-benefits through measurement reporting and verification (MRV) baselines for carbon removal projects in low-lying Pacific Island Countries
- Inclusive Adaptation? The perspectives of climate-affected communities in the Sundarbans, India
Dr Annabel Dulhunty, Lecturer, ANU Crawford School of Public Policy and Professor Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt, ANU Crawford School of Public Policy
- Experimental study on hybrid hydrogen direct and plasma reduction of iron ore
Dr Alireza Rahbari, Research Fellow, Zero Carbon Energy for the Asia Pacific Initiative
- Hydrogen generation from widely available inorganic materials
Professor Ilya Shadrivov, ANU Research School of Physics and Dr Vladlen Shvedov, Fellow, ANU Research School of Physics
- An agenda for Australian research on climate and energy Security
Dr Jessie Moritz, Lecturer, ANU Centre for Arab and Islamic Studies
- The People's Catchment - evaluate and support development of a community-led flood warning system in the Northern Rivers
Dr Naomi Hay, Lecturer, ANU School of Art and Design and Dr Jeremy Smith, Senior Lecturer, ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics
- Development of a roadmap for a socially just energy transition within the agricultural sector
Martin Amidy, Industry Engagement Senior Manager, ANU Centre for Entrepreneurial Agri-Technology
- The event will conclude with a networking light-lunch, during which researchers will be available to answer questions regarding their project.
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