Projects by field: Energy & Minerals
The Energy and Minerals Institute (EMI) is UWA’s gateway for industry to engage with cutting-edge university research across the depth and breadth of resource-related issues. The EMI advances UWA’s century long commitment to supporting and developing the industries which continue to drive the Western Australian economy.
UWA key scientists are making valuable breakthroughs for the entire LNG value-chain by leading research infrastructure at the University.
Autonomous ‘mini-torpedoes with wings’ are revolutionizing the collection of ocean observations. The gliders are fairly cheap, reusable and can be remotely controlled, making them a relatively cost-effective method for collecting ocean subsurface observations. The ocean gliders are providing data about the ocean on unprecedented temporal and spatial scales leading to documentation of new processes and long-term monitoring. […]
The UWA Oceans Institute has initiated a large collaboration research plan to assist Carnegie in the last development step and implementation of CETO, a wave energy technology that converts ocean swell into zero-emission renewable power and desalinated freshwater.
The UWA Centre for Energy is an internationally reputable research facility in fuels, energy and sustainable development. The Centre’s overall aim is to develop new knowledge and advanced technologies for efficient, effective and environmentally friendly utilisation of fuels and energy in the resources industries. The Centre is working closely with leading companies, institutions and government […]
The UWA Oceans Institute (OI) was established to further enhance the capabilities of marine research in Western Australia by drawing together the University’s researchers and collaborators in the fields of marine science, engineering, social sciences and governance.
he Korea Energy and Minerals Resources Engineering Program (KEMREP) is a partnership between UWA and Curtin University and a number of significant Koreas institutions.
In partnership with the Australian Government, The University of Western Australia and The University of Queensland established the International Mining for Development Centre to assist in lifting the quality of life in developing nations through a more sustainable use of mineral and energy resources.