ATSE is an independent body of more than 800 Australian scientists and engineers seeking to enhance Australia’s prosperity through technological innovation.
Our aspirations and endeavours are explained here. We hope you enjoy learning about them
Our list of ATSE Fellows comprises some of the most influential names in technological sciences and engineering. They’re an important group of people – one that’s been responsible for a number of key technological advancements over the past 40 years.
Calum Drummond wins RACI medal
Bronwyn Harch heads QUT Future Institute
ATSE is made up of some of Australia’s leading thinkers in technology and engineering. It’s an eclectic group, drawn from academia, government, industry and research, each with a single objective in mind – to apply technology in smart, strategic ways for our social, environmental and economic benefit.
Take a closer look at who we are and what we do, take a look at the Academy’s mission, history and people.
Focus issue 196: Science Vision: 15 years from now
Leveraging technology and innovation to meet the many challenges
Ongoing reform and support is needed to ensure Australia’s research training system delivers its full potential social, economic and environmental benefits to our nation
The potential for economic growth, through advancements in research and development, collaboration with large multinationals and commercialisation, are immense if Australian governments embrace and pursue automated vehicles
Effective translation of publicly funded research to improve Australia’s economic, social and environmental prosperity requires that researchers are adequately incentivised to engage with government, private and public sector end-users
Chief scientists from around the country look to the future and highlight our opportunities
ATSE believes that the priority gap facing the nation’s health system is the poor translation and commercialisation of medical research in Australia
Can Australia be nimble and agile - and embrace the coming tsunami of change
ATSE supports a national approach to the conduct of unconventional gas mining; however regulations must be able to respond to the different levels of risk in different plays
Developing metrics from existing data collections of Australian university research can serve as indicators for research engagement, knowledge transfer and/or collaboration
The first round of bridging grants will provide
Funding of $25,000 to $50,000 to support
researcher-SME partnerships globally
Seventy-four innovative, technology-business
projects have been awarded Priming Grants
Australia needs to leverage technology
and innovation to secure its future –
read more in Focus 197
Five ATSE Fellows were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, with two receiving the nation’s highest honour
Enhancing Australia's prosperity through technology and innovation