Kyran Williamson is an accomplished researcher in the field of green energy storage, renowned for his innovative problem-solving abilities and contributions to tackling complex technical challenges. His pioneering work focuses on cost-effective grid-scale thermochemical energy storage.
Kyran completed his Ph.D. in Physics at Curtin University in 2023. During his doctoral journey, he secured prestigious scholarships, including the Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering post-graduate top-up scholarship, which enabled him to conduct groundbreaking experiments at the Australian Synchrotron. Kyran has also presented his research at various national and international conferences and authored several influential papers on thermochemical energy storage involving metal hydrides and metal carbonates.