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The Next Generation of Energy Engineering
April 19 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm$10.00 – $15.00
Organised by Facilities Group
The fourth industrial revolution is rapidly transforming the traditional oil & gas industry involving principles of data science and digital enablement (AI, and robotics). The industry is now facing an even more profound challenge where next generation Energy Engineering skills are required incorporating the importance of research and innovation to support the recent industry 5.0 revolution. This new paradigm shift in our society makes an emphasis on energy supply for the long-term service to humanity within planetary boundaries. This requires a shift in industry, society and research and education. At the core of this paradigm change is the supply of clean renewable energy to power mobility, food production, mineral resource extraction and the manufacturing industries.
This presentation offers the opportunity to further provide input and ideas into the design of a brand new proposed Batcheler of Engineering Major in Energy Engineering. The design has been submitted to Curtin University for consideration after two stakeholder consultation workshops. The new Energy Engineering proposal requests active stakeholder participation particularly in the capstone design project of the final year. An official decision on the go-ahead is expected in the middle of this year.
(BSc Geophysics, PhD Geology, Habilitation Geophysics and Geodynamics)
Klaus Regenauer-Lieb is an expert in (geo)materials under extreme conditions. He holds a PhD from the Geothermal Institute and the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at the University of Auckland with a broad background from the world-leading institutions comprising the Swiss ETH Zurich, the Minnesota Supercomputer Institute, and other international institutions. As Professor in prestigious Universities in Germany and Australia he has led Centres and Institutes with a unique of approach of merging Engineering and Science Disciplines to support the needed transition to green chemistry, cleaner energy, and mineral resources. His interdisciplinary publications are at the forefront of new fields in Thermodynamics, Multiscale and Multiphysics flow through reactive deformable porous media solved by novel computational and theoretical approaches.
About the Event
- SPE Member $10
- Non-Member $15
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Date: Wednesday, 19th of April 2023
Location: Flux Basement, 191 St Georges Terrace, Perth WA
- 4:45 pm – 5:00 pm Registration and Networking
- 5:00 pm – 5:45 pm Presentation and Q&A Session
- 5:45 pm – 6:45 pm Networking Drinks & Nibbles