UQEI Energy Express Seminar

Energy Express Seminars bring multidisciplinary research capability together on some of the significant energy challenges facing today’s world and connect that capability with industry and government partners. 

The seminars provide researchers a regular forum to present and discuss a range of energy-related topics and themes. They are open events, and bring together industry, government, and the broader UQ community including academics, researchers, students and alumni.  We encourage and welcome comments and feedback and look forward to engaging with you on global energy challenges.

All seminars will start at 6.00pm, with light refreshments served afterwards from 8:00pm. 

June Thursday 21st Dr Kathy Witt What's happening in the gasfields towns? Sir Llew Edwards Auditorium (14-212)
October Tuesday 30th Tim Dixon (IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Program) Update on CCUS in the Global Climate Scene Abel Smith Lecture Theatre (23-101)
November Thursday 22nd TBA  Speaker TBA Contact: uqenergy@uq.edu.au AEB Auditorium (49-200)

2019 seminar topics will be published soon https://energy.uq.edu.au/events 


UQEI Energy Express Seminar Series

Update on CCUS in the Global Climate Scene

30 October 2018 6:00pm7:00pm
Mr Tim Dixon, Programme Manager for the IEA Greenhouse Gas R&D Programme (IEAGHG)

What's happening in the gasfields towns?

21 June 2018 5:00pm8:00pm
Dr Katherine Witt, Centre for Coal Seam Gas, The University of Queensland

Comparing public attitudes to energy technologies in China and Australia: Evidence from large-scale surveys

15 February 2018 6:00pm7:00pm
Dr Sun Yan, Institute of Psychology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and Professor Peta Ashworth, Chair in Sustainable Energy Futures, The University of Queensland