Marnie Shaw is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Engineering and a Research Leader in the Battery Storage and Grid Integration Program at the Australian National University.
Dr Shaw's current research interests lie in applying data analytics and machine learning to a range of data-rich problems, including the integration of renewable energy into the electricity grid. At the ANU, she has been looking at how energy storage can support increasing amounts of renewable energy in the grid, while reducing energy costs for consumers, and addressing important issues around energy equity.
ENGN2301 Systems Approaches for Analysis (convenor)
Some of my projects include;
(1) Community batteries -- shared energy storage for suburbs
(2) Energy storage to support decarbonisation
(3) The optimal mix of energy storage for Australia's electricity grid
(4) Using smart meter data for increased visibility and planning of the future grid
(5) Age-related change in structural architecture of the human brain over the lifespan (Shaw et al., 2016a; Shaw et al., 2016b)
(6) studying risk-factors for neurodegenerative disease and how these change over the lifespan (Shaw et al., 2017a; Shaw et al., 2017b)
Current student projects
Becerra, Lino, Shaw, Marnie, Borsook, David. 2007. Nociceptive Processing in the Nucleus Accumbens, Neurophysiology and Behavioral Studies. Encyclopedia of Pain. Springer. 1374-1376
Borsook, D., Becerra, L. and Shaw M. CNS Assay for prediction of therapeutic efficacy for neuropathic pain and other functional illness. Application No. 11/240, 007, filed on September 30, 2005, granted 2010 to Assignee: McLean Hospital
I am passionate about early science education and digital literacy. I give regular science presentations at my local primary school and am a regular volunteer at the primary school Code Club. Please contact me if you would like me to present STEM topics at your local primary school.