Postgraduates

The following table lists the current postgraduates completing their PhD with CEEM. To view a person's full profile, click on their name. 

Name

Affiliation

Topic

Supervisor(s)

Peter Hunt

Faculty of Built Environment 

The Business Case for Sustainable Development in the Australian Built Environment

Dr Paul Osmond and Dr Maria Balatbat

Luke Marshall

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

  Dr Anna Bruce and Dr Iain MacGill 

Yusak Tanoto

School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

Creating a framework for sustainable electricity and energy trilemma tradeoffs for sustainable electricity generation planning, including the impact of high variable renewables penetrations in the context of emerging economies  Dr Iain MacGill and Dr Anna Bruce

Katelyn Purnell

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

 Electric vehicles and their integration into long term electricity system planning, with a strong focus on multi-modal vehicles and cross sector integration. Dr Anna Bruce and Dr Iain MacGill

Mohsen Fadaee Nezhad

School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications

Utilising intelligent transport technologies to reduce emissions in the transport industry   

Manu Rawali

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

  Dr Iain MacGillDr Anna Bruce and Atul Raturi

Nicholas Gorman

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

  Dr Anna Bruce and Dr Iain MacGill

Abhijith Prakash

School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications
 How power system operations and market design can accommodate growing shares of variable renewable energy, with a particular focus on frequency control Dr Iain MacGill and Dr Anna Bruce

Mark Dawkins

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering

  Dr Mike Roberts, Dr Iain MacGill and Dr Anna Bruce 

Shayan Naderi

School of Built Environment

Data analysis and optimization to investigate the opportunities for using building thermal mass as a thermal battery to shift air conditioning load and bring economic benefits for households  Gloria Pingnatta and Dr Iain MacGill

Mohammad Dehghanimadvar

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering  The sustainability of the PV module manufacturing supply chain in the local and global markets under various policy mechanisms Professor Renate Egan 

Scott Watts

School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications  Integration of distributed energy resources, with a particular emphasis on rooftop PV, into distribution networks Dr Iain MacGill

Edoardo Santagata

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering    Energy resilience for Pacific island countries and territories (PICTs), exploring aspects such as community projects based on indigenous resources, decarbonisation pathways, renewable energy adoption, and financing mechanisms to aid development Dr Anna Bruce and Dr Iain MacGill

Hou Sheng Zhou

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering   Developing strategies for coordinating deployed battery systems to deliver positive financial outcomes for both the customers and the network operator during critical periods of demand and export peak Dr Rob Passey, Professor Alistair Sproul and Dr Anna Bruce

Janendra Prasad

School of Photovoltaics and Renewable Energy Engineering   Dr Anna Bruce and Dr Iain MacGill