- Andrew Lockwood has 30 years experience of research and development in exploration geophysics, having worked in both energy and mineral sectors. With a lifelong interest in physics and its applications, the last 17 years at a major energy company provided many fascinating and well funded opportunities to conduct applied research into fields as diverse as quantum computing, machine learning and artificial intelligence as well as geophysics. As the potential for natural hydrogen to provide a clean energy source became apparent, the associated questions of how to detect hydrogen, and how to find it, led to his current R&D project working with Curtin University and Xcalibur Multiphysics.
H-MAS: Using Raman Lidar to detect hydrogen at a distance - Chairman: Geoffrey Ellis
Conférence New tools
11/28/2023 | 14:00 - 14:20 (GMT+08:00) Perth| Live room