ATSE recognises the achievements of its Fellows in various ways – importantly by acclaiming their success publicly. These achievements are varied – from honours and awards at national and state level to industry and peer acclaim – but emphasise the integrity, skills, experience and impact of our Fellows.
The Government’s funding is aimed at driving innovation in exporting renewable hydrogen to international partners.
Honorary Bragg Membership is the highest category of membership awarded by The Royal Institution of Australia.
The CEO for CRC for Water Sensitive Cities will be awarded for his influential work and research.
Dr Alan Finkel's term as Australia’s Chief Scientist has been extended another two years, until the end of 2020.
ATSE congratulates the distinguished leader in energy policy and regulation.
She will be part of the assessment panel for all CRC and CRC-P applications
The President of Chief Executive Women has been appointed for a five-year-term.
Professor Lovell is part of a University of NSW team that will continue their research into neural interfacing.
Professor Tony Weiss AM FTSE has been awarded the 2018 Eureka Prize for Innovation in Medical Research.
Professor Thomas Maschmeyer FTSE won the Eureka Prize for Innovation and Leadership in Science.
Professor Andrew Blakers FTSE led a team that won the Eureka Prize for Environmental Research.
Professor Newman is a globally recognised leader is urban sustainability.
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