Dr Xiaolin Wang

PhD
DECRA Fellow, Senior lecturer
ANU College of Engineering, Computing and Cybernetics

Areas of expertise

  • Mechanical Engineering 0913

Research interests

  • Cold thermal energy storage for air-conditioning applications
  • CO2 hydrate based cold storage for HVAC applications
  • Phase change materials
  • Building energy systems
  • Solar cooling
  • Green building

Biography

Dr Xiaolin (Shannon) Wang is a Senior Lecturer at the Australian National University. Her academic journey began in 2013 when she embarked on an overseas venture to pursue a PhD degree at ANU. After completing her doctoral studies, she joined ANU in 2018 as an education-focused lecturer. Now she leads a research group focused on carbon capture and storage, gas hydrate sciences, phase change thermal storage, thermal management, and green buildings. In two years out of her PhD, she was awarded ARC DECRA and was granted the ANU Global Research Partnerships Scheme. Shannon is a recipient of the ANU Vice Chancellor’s Award for Early Career Academics, AIRAH Excellence of HVAC&R Research, CECC Remote Teaching and Student Experience Award, and AIRAH Research Student of the Year. She is also the Sub-Dean of Student Experience and the Early Career Academic Representative of ANU College of Engineering, Computing & Cybernetics.

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Projects and Grants

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