Hydrogen Society of Australia presents

Australia's 4th Annual National Hydrogen Day Celebration - 2022 - Poster Competition

Description

Australia’s 4th Annual National Hydrogen Day Celebration 2022 – October 08 2022 is the 4th year of the celebration of Hydrogen Day in Australia.

Hydrogen-Themed Poster Competition

Results and posters can be found here

Below are video recordings of the poster competition introduction and award ceremony

Competition Guidelines

The 4th Australia Hydrogen Day also hosted an exhibition of hydrogen industry and hubs developments, research projects, and a Hydrogen-themed students’ poster competition to facilitate engagement and collaboration. The student poster competition was at the university level but separated into undergraduate and postgraduate groups. All participants were granted a free full-year HSA membership, which enables them to attend the HSA events for free and access the material and records within the HSA members portal.

There were three prizes of $300, $200, and $100 for selected posters by the judging panel for each group.

  • Posters must be Hydrogen related topics and titles.
  • Describe the context of your hydrogen research project (ie. undergraduate research, post graduate research or internship project)
  • Clarify the objectives of your research/project
  • Provide a vision for the future of hydrogen, and how your research/project will contribute
  • Design a visually attractive poster, using photographs, diagrams or other illustration

The poster competition presentation was lead by HSA Steering Committee Member, Ghazal Avijegon.

Ghazal Avijegon is an experienced Hydrogen Business Development and technical management professional offering demonstrated reco

rd of achievement in Hydrogen value chain, coupled with a strong academic background. Ghazal has a PhD from UWA, with a thesis on CO2 capture from natural gas using adsorption technology along with a postgrad qualification in Environmental Assessment and Management.

Ghazal has been involved in hydrogen projects as part of Woodside-Monash Energy Partnership with experience in H2 liquefaction, storage and transportation, including tank design, boil-off gas management as well as economic and energy intensity aspects of hydrogen value chain. Ghazal is a member of the Steering Committee of Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) and a strong advocate of clean energy and sustainable energy transition.

 

Specifications

Poster Submission Date

The closing date has been extended to the 26th of September.

Registration Process

Please add this item to your cart and complete the checkout process to register your interest in participating in this unique opportunity to exhibit your projects, research studies, and innovative ideas to the Hydrogen Society of Australia.