Hydrogen Society of Australia presents

How to unlock zero waste liquid hydrogen storage through the cool properties of cryogenic Hydrogen


How to unlock zero waste liquid hydrogen storage through the cool properties of cryogenic Hydrogen – International Insights Special

Hydrogen Links – Industry Focused Academic Research 

Webinar series by HSA

with the support of Academic and Industry Collaborators

Webinar Info…

Topic: How to unlock zero waste liquid hydrogen storage through the cool properties of cryogenic Hydrogen

This is a special addition to the Hydrogen Links series, offering unique international insights from HSA member correspondent in America, Liam Turner. Liquid hydrogen, the freezing fuel at -253 Celsius gave the space age its wings, Liam now sees its potential to propel humanity into a sustainable energy future. Liam is a PhD Candidate at Monash University, investigating liquid hydrogen’s opportunity to be both a fuel and a refrigerant.

Presenter: Liam Turner, Fulbright scholar at Washington State University, PhD Candidate at Monash University

As a Fulbright scholar, Liam has spent the last year experimentally researching liquid hydrogen storage at the Hydrogen Properties for Energy Research (HYPER) Lab at Washington State University in the United States. Liquefying hydrogen at -253oC is just a typical day at HYPER. 

Liam built and operated the largest indoor liquid hydrogen experiment at HYPER while learning a wealth on the design, operation and safety requirements for liquid Hydrogen systems.  

His practical liquid Hydrogen experience compliments broader U.S. insights on emerging disruptors technologies which offer the opportunity to transform the way we produce, store and utilise liquid hydrogen energy across Australia. 

Returning to Australia, Liam’s mission is help de-risk the opportunity of liquid hydrogen energy storage while helping develop Australian liquid hydrogen expertise training with insights from U.S. experts. 


Next Month’s Webinar info…

  • August 1st: Murdoch / Harry Butler Institute (Furat Dawood,  Benny Abraham) – Supply of power and water to remote indigenous communities in the Pilbara

About this webinar series…

The Hydrogen Society of Australia (HSA) has grown considerably over the past year, with successful initiatives which have engaged junior researchers, such as our poster competition on the Australian Hydrogen Day (2022 10 08).  This year, we wish to further bridge the gap between industry and academia, launching the Academics webinar series, on a monthly basis from May onwards. The objective of this initiative is both to raise the level of industry awareness and expertise, and deepen the relationships between industry and academia within the HSA.

Prominent Australian academics will be invited to provide a short overview of their research areas (20-30 mins), across the hydrogen ecosystem (ie. hydrogen production, storage, and utilization), followed by an industry focussed Q&A (30 mins).

Find out more here: Hydrogen Links – Industry Focused Academic Research




Event Type

Hybrid with Online Webinar, In-person Presentation and networking session


Online – access via registration

In-person –
Liberty Flexible Workspaces, 125 Murray St, Perth WA 6000, Australia


22nd June


In-person networking 11:30 – 12:30 AWST

Presentation (online and in person) 12:30 – 13:30 AWST


FREE Online participation
In-person members $15.00
In-person non-members $25.00