Meeting at the University of Queensland

Visit at University of Queensland AIBN

On November 21, 23, a meeting between ESIAP, QUT, Fraunhofer ICT and UNSW took place in Brisbane at the University of Queensland’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering.

The subject of the discussions was the future cooperation between ESIAP, Fraunhofer ICT, UQ and UNSW.

Visit of ESIAP and Queensland University of Technology

Visit at Queensland University of Technology

On November 20, 2023, a meeting was held in Brisbane at the invitation of Energy Storage Asia Pacific at their location followed by a visit to the Queensland University of Technology. Also present was Prof. Maria Skyllas-Kazacos, developer of the vanadium redox flow battery. The subject of the discussions was the future cooperation of all five institutions, ESIAP, Fraunhofer ICT, QUT, UQ and UNSW.

Lawrence H. Thaller passed away

Lawrence Thaller passed away on June 20, 2022 at the age of 88. He will be remembered for the term “redox flow battery” and his early work on the subject in the early 1970s. He laid the foundation for flow battery developments at NASA on Ti/Fe and Fe/Cr batteries, which eventually led to extensive research and development in this area.

Fraunhofer ICT and University of Queensland have signed MoU for research on iron redox flow batteries

University of Queensland and Fraunhofer ICT have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for research and development of iron/iron redox flow batteries. The signing was attended by Hon. Dick Cameron, Queensland Treasurer and Minister for Trade and Investment, who emphasized the importance of the cooperation for the development of a battery industry in Queensland, Australia.

MOU UQ Fraunhofer ICT
MOU UQ Fraunhofer ICT

UNSW enters the top 20

UNSW top 20

UNSW Sydney has moved up 26 spots in the 2024 QS World University Rankings to equal 19th alongside its crosstown counterpart the University of Sydney. The two universities are now ranked equal second in Australia.

The city of Sydney now boasts 10 per cent of the top 20 universities in the world, affirming the city’s reputation as a great global city for higher education. Of 38 Australian universities ranked, three (15 per cent) are in the global top 20, an extraordinary achievement for a nation of only 0.3 per cent of the world’s population.

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