Automotive Engineering Graduate Program grant recipients

The list of grant recipients that have been offered funding for the Automotive Engineering Graduate Program (AEGP).

Successful Applicants

Recipient Organisation Project Description Grant
(Exc GST)
Expected Total Investment
(Exc GST)
State
Deakin University Materials Development and Design for Electrification and Automation $417,000 $417,000 Victoria
Deakin University Cyber-Safe Connected Vehicles: Ensuring Secure, Trusted, and Robust Cooperative Automotive Systems $494,900 $494,900 Victoria
Monash University More Efficient and Cost-Effective Powertrains Systems for Electric Vehicles $751,852 $751,852 Victoria
Queensland University Of Technology Intelligent BMS for large cell format Lithium Ion battery storage systems in electric vehicles $284,275 $284,275 Queensland
Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology Development of a Simulation Tool for Adoption and Deployment of Autonomous Vehicles $200,572 $200,572 Victoria
Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology Wireless systems for vehicular access, security and safety $381,144 $381,144 Victoria
Royal Melbourne Institute Of Technology Advanced Integrated Photonics Circuits for Future Navigation Systems in Autonomous Driving Cars $202,572 $202,572 Victoria
Swinburne University Of Technology Nurturing Graduates for Australian Automotive Engineering Futures $999,300 $999,300 Victoria
University Of Melbourne The Uni Melb Automotive Engineering Graduate Program: From Future Fuels to the Future of Transport $644,150 $644,150 Victoria
University Of Western Australia Intelligent Electric Drive and Driver-Assistance System $493,500 $493,500 Western Australia

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Automotive Engineering Graduate Program grant recipients

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