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Prof

Lu Aye

Professor
Infrastructure Engineering
Renewables
HVAC&R
Waste to Resources
science & technology
technology
energy & fuels
engineering
physical sciences
life sciences & biomedicine
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Prof

Lu Aye

 
Division
Engineering
 
Primary Interest
High Performance Buildings
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Prof

Lu Aye

 

Lu Aye is a Professor in the Department of Infrastructure Engineering at the University of Melbourne, Australia. Prof. Aye has more than 40 years of engineering experience in university teaching, research, development, demonstration and commercialisation of renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies.

He has been internationally recognised as an expert in low-carbon technologies for built environment applications. His research areas include heating, ventilation, air-conditioning and refrigeration systems, waste to resources, complex systems modelling. Prof. Aye applied phenomenological modelling and simulation approaches for optimising energy systems. He also utilised computational and participatory approaches for modelling socio-ecological systems under deep uncertainty. These system models have been applied for identifying the effects of policy interventions and robust decision making. He has been recognised as a leading expert in modelling, simulation, optimisation and forecasting of complex systems behaviours.

Projects

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Additional 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

Scholarly Works

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News

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2004

MSIGMAXI - Member of Sigma Xi Scientific Reseach Society


2004

FAIE - Fellow of the Australian Institute of Energy


2003

FAIRAH - Fellow of the Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Airconditioning and Heating


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Awards

Credentials

Positions

Positions


Professor

Infrastructure Engineering

Member

American Society of Mechanical Engineering

Member

International Institute of Refrigeration

Fellow

Australian Institute of Refrigeration, Air Conditioning and Heating

Education

Education


Graduate Certificate in University Teaching

University of Melbourne

Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Engineering Science

University of Melbourne

Graduate Certificate in Computing

Rangoon Institute of Technology

Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical)

Rangoon Institute of Technology

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