PP5 Education, Training and Outreach

Within the PP5 Education, Training and Outreach package, ACAP has specific targets for high quality publications and for the number of researchers in different categories who benefit from the infrastructural support it provides, as well as for the number and length of researcher exchanges. A significant number of outreach events is also targeted for each year. As well as major events such as those reported in the PP5 section of this annual report, other outreach activities in 2015 have included public lectures on material relevant to ACAP’s activities, a high-level book chapter introduction to solar energy, newspaper and magazine articles, and visits, information papers and presentations for policy developers and their advisors.

 

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Chief Investigators: Anna Bruce; Richard Corkish
Overview: While it continues at UNSW, ithis task was closed as an ACAP activity in December 2014.
Overview: This task was completed in 2015.
Overview: Grow the numbers of students learning PV manufacturing though the leading teaching tools and methods through the AUSIAPV collaboration.  
Chief Investigators: Jeff Cotter
Overview: This project grows the numbers of students learning PV manufacturing though the leading teaching tools and methods through the AUSIAPV collaboration.
Overview: Aim: Improve program quality and consistency through compliance with Australian Quality Framework (AQF) Level 9 criteria.
Overview: Raise ACAP international profile by participating in organization of major international photovoltaics science and engineering conference.
Overview: WIRE is a networking society based at the University of N
Chief Investigators: Andrew Blakers
Overview: The ANU Energy Update provides Australian researchers, policymakers, industry and
Overview: The ANU / ACT Government Solar Oration is an public lecture in November each year that focuses on the
Overview: Raise public profile of solar energy Recruit students This task was rolled into PP5.3.

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