A/PROF Lu Aye

A/PROF Lu Aye

Positions

  • Advanced energy systems
  • Biomass gasification
  • Drying and dehumidifying
  • Energy system simulation and optimisation
  • Green buildings and sustainable renewable energy technologies
  • Heat pumps
  • Life cycle analysis of energy systems
  • Natural working fluids
  • Thermal storage

Overview

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  • Lu Aye is an Associate Professor in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at The University of Melbourne.

    A/Prof. Aye has an international collaboration in Exchange programs, Research, Technical Assistance/ Training with the Chiang Mai Univeristy, Thailand. 

    He is also a member of the University of Melbourne Energy Institute Energy Efficiency and Smart Grids research groups.   

Affiliation

Member of

  • American Society of Mechanical Engineering. Member 2004 -
  • International Institute of Refrigeration. Member 2004 -
  • Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating. Fellow 1993 -

Publications

Selected publications

Research

Investigator on

Additional Grant Information

  • 2012: L. Aye, A. Ooi, T. Ngo, C. Nguyen, 'An innovative large scale solar PV deployment system', Research Collaboration Grant, University of Melbourne, $20K

    2011: R. Crawford, L. Glover, L. Aye, K. Hinton and D. Jones, 'A comprehensive environmental assessment model: Informing environmental decisionmaking across disciplines', Interdisciplinary Seed Grant, Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI), University of Melbourne 

    2010: P. Mendis, H. Malano, A. Rajabifard, I. Johnston, C. Duffield, L. Aye, A. Western, R. Crawford, B. Davidson, T. Ngo, H. Doloi, 'MUtopia - A collaborative-interdisciplinary platform for visualisation, simulation and testing innovative ideas of future sustainable urban development', Interdisciplinary Seed Grant, Melbourne Sustainable Societies Institute (MSSI) and Melbourne Energy Institute (MEI), University of Melbourne, $50K   

Awards

Education and training

  • GCertUniTeaching, University of Melbourne 2008
  • PhD, University of Melbourne 1996
  • MEngSc, University of Melbourne 1991
  • GCertComp, Rangoon Institute of Technology 1982
  • BE (Mechanical), Rangoon Institute of Technology 1981

Awards and honors

  • Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy, 2004
  • Member of Sigma Xi Scientific Reseach Society, 2004

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Supervision

Available for supervision

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