We are delighted to welcome back Dr Alan Finkel to present in person! Many will recall his excellent Zoom presentation to us in late 2020.
Registration is now open for Thursday 9 Dec (via the "Register" button on the website).
Please note that admission on the night will be allowed only for those who have registered AND paid via the website AND who comply with govt health requirements for the venue at the time (likely need to be double-vaccinated). There will be NO casual admissions on the night.
Registrations must close soon - a limit of 50 applies.
Further details will follow, should we be able to live-stream the event. We plan to record it and post it on our website.
The topic: FUTURE TECHNOLOGIES FOR THE LOW-EMISSIONS ECONOMY
DR ALAN FINKEL (Australia's former Chief Scientist)
Dr Finkel will describe his work in assisting the government to develop Australia’s low-emissions energy technology capabilities.
About Dr Finkel
Alan Finkel received a doctorate in Electrical Engineering in 1981 from Monash University, following his BE degree. His PhD work involved development of instrumentation to investigate the ‘electrical’ performance of the nervous system. He was appointed a member of the Order of Australia in 2006. He served as Monash University’s eighth chancellor for five years starting in 2008.
Dr Finkel was Australia’s Chief Scientist for five years until December 2020. He served with distinction in this role advising the Government and Parliament on science and technology matters. He has a continuing role in Australia’s national energy policy. In 2017 he chaired the national electricity review and in 2019 he led the technical aspects of Australia’s national hydrogen strategy.
In 2020 Dr Finkel led the development of Australia’s inaugural low emissions technology roadmap and in 2021 he chaired the development of a major update to the low emissions technology roadmap.
This year Dr Finkel has been Special Advisor to the Australian Government on low emissions technologies and he has led negotiations for funded bilateral cleantech agreements with the UK, Japan, Germany, Singapore and Korea.
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