FEnEx CRC Annual Conference

About the Conference

Attended by some of Australia’s most forward-thinking technologists, academics and advocates, the FEnEx CRC Annual Conference provides a platform to review and explore the technology and emerging ideas to support Australia’s energy exports, as well as learn more about the CRC’s research projects, progress, students and findings from the year.

Poster Sessions  

The project poster sessions are opportunities for attendees to explore the cutting-edge research projects being undertaken within the FEnEx CRC. The poster presentations offer a chance for researchers to showcase their work and engage with fellow attendees in informal conversations. During conference breaks, delegates are invited to engage with poster authors to gain further insight into the projects being presented and how they are contributing to achieving a net zero future.

3 Minute Thesis Competition 

Held in conjunction with the FEnEx CRC Annual Conference, the FEnEx CRC three-minute thesis (3MT) competition offers an opportunity for PhD students involved across all aspects of the FEnEx CRC to practice the effective dissemination of their research, and to communicate their ideas and results to the wider FEnEx CRC community, as well as to non-specialist audiences.


Stay tuned for details on the 2025 Conference

The 2025 program will feature a range of speakers presenting on the latest research, ideas, and project developments within the CRC, as well as the opportunity to learn about the latest policy initiatives, technological advances and societal shifts that are shaping the energy transition landscape. 

Details regarding the upcoming 2025 FEnEx CRC Annual Conference will be found on this page closer to the date.

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