From seminars to workshops, scholarships, launches and conferences, this is the place to find energy research events based in Perth or related to the CIET and our researchers.
Events on this page are run by the CIET, other Curtin research groups and institutes, and our (inter)national research network. If you would like your event featured on this page, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
John Curtin Gallery Exhibitions
9 Feb – 14 April
As part of the Perth Festival, the John Curtin Gallery will be hosting exhibitions exploring the themes of Sustainability and Climate Change (SDGs 11, 12 and 13) during Bunuru. Works by Robert Fielding and Susan Flavell will be exhibited, and these artworks will be accessible for free for the public at the Gallery.
Webinar with Clark Miller (ASU)
5 March, 9:00-10:00 am (AWST)
For our first webinar in this series, we are lucky enough to host Dr Clark Miller, dialling in all the way from Arizona State University in the US! Clark will be discussing some of his recent energy transition research and all things energy in America.
AOG Energy Expo
13-15 March 2024
The AOG Energy Conference addresses opportunities and challenges in the energy industry, with a significant and renewed focus on industry supply, local capability, the energy transition, hydrogen, subsea and innovation.
Australian Hydrogen Research Conference (AHRC) 2024
In 2024, the Curtin Institute for Energy Transition will be hosting the annual AHRC. More details to come.
Asia Pacific Oil & Gas Conference and Exhibition (APOGCE) 2023
15–17 October 2024
The energy industry is undergoing a significant transformation, with a strong focus on moving towards a net-zero future. APOGCE 2024 aims to provide a comprehensive platform for industry leaders and experts to share insights, best practices, and innovative solutions to achieve these goals.
11-13 November 2024
Petrocultures provides a platform for voices of the South—from Western Australia, the country’s eastern States, the Indian Ocean Rim Region and beyond—to discuss energy futures, their problematic pasts, and what inclusive and just trajectories toward transitions to renewables may look like.
Expression of interest: Guest researcher position
REDEFINE H2E – International Future Lab on Green Hydrogen Technologies at the Technical University Munich is welcoming expressions of interest from researchers (especially junior) in taking up a long or short term guest researcher position.
Young Indigenous Women’s STEM Academy
The Academy works with cohorts of young Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander women from Year 8 through to various tertiary pathways and university. This program is ongoing and has no closing date
Planet Positive scholarship
The Planet Positive Program will equip students with the knowledge and skills required to address the environment and climate crisis. Scholarships will open in late 2023 to apply for semester one 2024.
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