Meet the team |
Mark Paskevicius is in the Department of Physics at Curtin University in Australia. His research is focussed on the storage of renewable energy. He is dedicated to developing new materials for solid-state hydrogen storage to store energy.
John Curtin Distinguished Professor
Professor Craig Buckley is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor in Physics and Astronomy at Curtin University. He leads the Hydrogen Energy research at Curtin University and is recognised internationally for his work on hydrogen storage materials.
Senior Research Fellow
Terry is an inorganic chemist with a particular interest in metal-hydrides for hydrogen storage applications.
Mauricio has vast experience in R&D applied to oil and gas production. He’s highly skilled in physical chemistry and multiphase flow, laboratory measurement and mathematical modelling, and can effectively tackle technological challenges in flow assurance.
Dr Jacob W. Martin is a materials and combustion scientist with a strong interest in carbon nanomaterials, renewable energy and pollution reduction.
Dr Pouran N Hudson is a physicist interested in materials and optics. She currently serves as the project manager and researcher at Curtin University. Dr Hudson advances a collaborative research initiative with government and industry partners to pilot hydrogen-fuelled heavy-duty vehicles in Western Australia as part of the Future Energy Exports CRC’s Program 2.