Ahmad Mojiri

Research Fellow


Electrifying residential and industrial processes that require heat, decarbonising through variable renewable energy systems, large-scale energy storage, repurposing existing power plants to run on green fuel.


Dr Mojiri’s research at ANU involves decarbonisation through electrifying residential and industrial demand for heat, and investigating large-scale energy storage.


Dr Mojiri completed his PhD at RMIT University in 2015, where he worked to develop a concentrating spectral beam splitting hybrid solar receiver for high temperature applications. He has held various teaching and research positions at RMIT from 2014 to the present. He received his Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering from UNSW, and worked on an ARENA funded project investigating spectral beam splitting.

Activities & Awards

For more information, please see Dr Mojiri’s publications.

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