Dr Ben McLellan, Associate Professor

Dr Ben McLellan is currently Associate Professor the Graduate School of Energy Science (since 2010). He obtained his Bachelor of Arts (Spanish major) and Bachelor of Engineering from the University of Queensland, followed by roles as a PhD candidate, post-doc and research fellow. His areas of interest are broad, but could generally be specified as examining ways of measuring and achieving more sustainable societies, with a focus on minerals and energy technologies. He is particularly interested in: participatory design processes at all stages of technological roll-out; energy technology and policy across the supply chain; the extraction of minerals from the bottom of the ocean; and the environmental and social impacts of coffee. He has published over 30 journal papers, 20 conference papers and numerous other reports (both public and confidential). He is also one of the co-inventors of the SUSOP(r) (Sustainable Operations) methodology for integration sustainability principles in design of industrial projects, which is the basis for a spin-off company that won the Institution of Chemical Engineers` Prize for Sustainable Technology in 2012.

Further information and links to publications are available at: http://www.researcherid.com/rid/B-7833-2009 http://eecon.energy.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/



Past seminars orgnized by Dr McLellan for the IESC

Membrances for Clean Energy Technologies seminar notice

Dr Bradley Ladewig, Senior Lecturer, Monash University

A seminar by interactive video conferencing system from Monash University, Australia

Date & Time: 7 November, 2011, 10.30am-12pm, Venue: Engineering Bldg 2, room 335

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