Hydrogen Society of Australia presents

Hydrogen Links – Industry Focused Academic Research – HSA Webinar Series


Hydrogen Links, an Industry Focused Academic Research webinar series presented monthly by HSA with Academic and Industry Collaborators

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).

The series is developing over time, with the following topics confirmed:

Recording Available now


  • June 22: Emerging Hydrogen/Liquid Hydrogen Disruptor Technologies and Risk Mitigation. Presenter: Liam Turner, Washington State University

Registration available now


  • July (Date TBC): Environmentally focused and sustainable concrete could form the basis of a new building and construction industry in the town of Collie Presented by researchers from the Harry Butler Institute of Murdoch University (HBI MU).

Registration available soon 


  • August 24: Hydrogen Geo-storage: challenges and opportunities.   Presenter: Alireza Keshavarz, Deputy Director of Centre for Sustainable Energy and Resources, Edith Cowan University (ECU).  This will be a hybrid event followed by a tour of the ECU laboratory facilities. 

Registration available soon 


  • September (Date TBC): Hydrogen production via electrolysis.  Presenter: Professor Chuan Zhao, School of Chemistry, University of New South Wales (UNSW).

Registration available soon 


Event type

Online Webinar / In-person / Hybrid


Last Thursday of every month
The specific date can be found on individual webinar registration pages


Specific times can be found on individual webinar registration pages


Online / In-person hosted at various location