Program Lead 2 (Curtin University)
Craig Buckley is a Professor of Physics, Head of the Hydrogen Storage Research Group and Deputy Director of the Fuels & Energy Technology Institute at Curtin University, Australia. Since 1994 he has held various research positions in the U.K, USA and Australia prior to being awarded a continuing position at Curtin University. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Physics and a member of several National and International science and advisory committees including: The Australian executive committee member for the International Energy Agency (IEA) Hydrogen Technology Collaboration Program (TCP), and an Australian expert on the IEA Hydrogen TCP Task 40: Energy Storage and Conversion based on Hydrogen. His research is focussed on hydrogen storage materials and the investigation of the structural properties of a wide range of materials. Craig has published 173 scientific papers in peer reviewed journals.