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Circular Economy

This research stream mobilises environmental engineering, advanced monitoring and modelling expertise to improve how we use and re-use products and waste.

These disciplines represent the primary drivers defining circular economy, which this stream builds upon.

It uses emerging techniques to provide the tools needed to inform industry, government and community of the optimisation in the use and re-use of product and waste streams.

This stream will integrate its University internal links with the Carbon Technology Research Group and experts in areas such as advanced monitoring technologies (sensor networks, Internet of Things). It will build on established relationships with organisations such as Food & Fibre Gippsland, water utilities, CSIRO and Australian Carbon Innovation to develop novel solutions and new products.

Research stream leaders

Associate Professor Ean Ooi

Associate Professor Vincent Verheyen

School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciences

School of Engineering, Information Technology and Physical Sciences

 

Expertise: Computational mechanics, structural engineering

Expertise: carbon technologies

e.ooi@federation.edu.au

vince.verheyen@federation.edu.au

Research team

Dr Gayan Kahandawa Appuhamillage

Dr Mehmood Chadhar

Associate Professor Ayon Chakraborty

Dr Gopi Chattopadhyay

Dr Tanveer Choudhury

Associate Professor Jerry Courvisanos

Dr Sally Firmin

Associate Professor Singarayer Florentine

Professor Fergal Grace

Associate Professor Jerry Hu

Dr Fatemeh Javidan

Dr Apurv Kumar

Dr Alan Labas

Dr Suryani Lim

Associate Professor Jennifer Mosse

Dr Daniel Nguyen

Associate Professor Ean Ooi

Christine Peacock

Truong Phung

Dr Kamal Seyed Razavi

Dr Alicia Reynolds

Dr Rakibuzzaman

Dr Nargiz Sultanova

Associate Professor Shyh Wei Teng

Associate Professor Vincent Verheyen

Contact

For queries about FRRC’s research, or to discuss collaborating or researching with us, get in touch with the Centre Directors via the Contact page.