First published 30 January 2019
The Energy Researchers at QUT are pleased to invite you to the Power, Energy & Clean Technologies (PECT) Seminar series. Seminars take place on the first Friday of each month throughout 2019, commencing in February.
To be confirmed
29 November 2019. “Superconductivity enhancing and optimising renewables access to the grid” presented by: Associate Professor Richard Taylor and his team from QUT Applied Superconductivity Laboratory and Dr Mark Broadmeadow from QUT.
1 November 2019: “Data acquisition and control in high-power, high-bandwidth amplifiers” presented by Dr Mark Broadmeadow from QUT.
6 September 2019: “Blockchain for cyberphysical systems: enabling distributed energy trading" presented by Professor Raja Jurdak from QUT.
2 August 2019: “Renewable on the distribution network: Synchrophasors offer a solution” presented by Mr David Dart from NOJA Power:
5 July 2019: "New features for grid operation" presented by Professor Gerard Ledwich and Dr Yateendra Mishra from QUT:
7 June 2019: "Smart grid protection: Threats and potential solutions" presented by Dr Zahra Jadidi from QUT.
3 May 2019: "Voltage Management on Distribution Networks with High PV Penetrations" presented by Mr Peter Kilby from ENERGEX Ltd.
29 March 2019: "BMW Electric Vehicle Story" presented by Diplo. Ing. Volker Richter from BMW.
1 March 2019: “Superconducting electric machines: Enabling future propulsion systems with advances in conductor technology” presented by Mr Peter O’Brien from QUT.
1 February 2019: "Upsetting Australia’s Energy Balance” presented by Assoc/Prof Geoff Walker from QUT.
View all 2018 seminars here.