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Next-generation thermophysical property sensors

October 27, 2017

Next-generation thermophysical property sensors

Dr Paul Stanwix and Prof Eric May along with Ruhr University Professors Markus Richter and Roland Span have been awarded a collaboration grant from the Australia-Germany Joint Research Cooperation Scheme for 2018. The grant will be used to develop the next generation of thermophysical sensors, designed to measure accurately multiple properties simultaneously.

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Communicating Our Research

October 17, 2017

Communicating Our Research

Congratulations to PhD student Xiong Xiao who placed second in the recent Present Around The World (PATW) flagship event in Western Australia, hosted by the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET).  You can read more about his presentation and the competition here. It’s been a successful year for LNG Futures students who have also taken part in…

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Imaging Desalination Membranes

October 15, 2017

Imaging Desalination Membranes

PhD Student Nick Bristow has won the best student poster presentation award for his work on imaging velocity in desalination membranes.  The award was given as part of the 8th IWA Membrane Technology Conference & Exhibition for Water and Wastewater Treatment and Reuse recently held in Singapore.  Nick’s poster was one of more than 50 presented at…

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ICHEME Award Finalists

October 7, 2017

ICHEME Award Finalists

Spin off company Gas Capture Technologies is a finalist in this year’s “Energy Award 2017” as part of the IChemE Global Awards. The company was founded by LNG Futures Director Professor Eric May and Chief Investigator Dr. Kevin Li to commercialise their gas separation technology.  Together with Perth company Oilfield Production Technologies and Chinese partner…

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Hyundai MOU

October 7, 2017

Hyundai MOU

LNG Futures Director Professor Eric May recently travelled to Korea to sign a MOU with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI).  This follows on from meetings earlier this year when an HHI a delegation from visited LNG Futures facilities at UWA to discuss areas of collaboration.  The MOU gives LNG Futures and HHI a platform to collaborate…

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Magnetic Resonance Engineering and Lobsters

September 11, 2017

Magnetic Resonance Engineering and Lobsters

Last month four members of LNG Futures and the Fluid Science and Resources group at UWA attended the 14th biannual International Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. PhD Student Keelan O’Neill gave a presentation on Application of Earth’s Field NMR to Multiphase Flow Measurements and was a finalist for the Young…

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Three Minute Thesis

September 11, 2017

Three Minute Thesis

Could you describe your research (or your job) in just three minutes to the general public? Maybe? – It is actually a lot harder than it sounds.  LNG Futures PhD students Arman Siahvashi and Vincent Lim have just taken part in the UWA 3MT Competition.  The Three Minute Thesis (3MT)™ competition develops academic and research…

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Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge

August 3, 2017

Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge

PhD Student Arman Siahvashi recently represented UWA in the Australian-French Entrepreneurship Challenge in Adelaide earlier this month.  You can read about his experience in the UWA Graduate Research School July Newsletter.

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Eric May awarded ICHEME Fellow

August 3, 2017

Eric May awarded ICHEME Fellow

LNG Futures Director Professor Eric May was recently accepted as a Fellow of the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).  The status of ICHEME Fellow is awarded to engineering professionals of distinction who make a significant contribution to the Chemical Engineering profession.   Eric’s Fellow status is in recognition of his world leading, industry aligned research, leadership…

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Closed Carbon Cycle Economy – Public Lecture

July 18, 2017

Closed Carbon Cycle Economy – Public Lecture

Even though the climate change conference in Paris achieved meaningful results, society still has a long way to go to rid itself of CO2 emissions. How to accomplish this task?  Professor Roland Span of Ruhr University, Germany will present a lecture on Closed Cycle Carbon Economy (C3eco). C3eco integrates the technical and social aspects of the…

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