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.
Susan Pond heads AINST
Veen Sahajwalla wins Indian honour
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 200: Women in the driving seat
ATSE Annual Review 2015-16: Productivity and prosperity
ATSE is supportive of the new approach to the Code being principles based
Australia needs a reformed electricity market that encourages planning for the long term needs of all consumers large and small and does not inhibit new technology solutions
Energy storage may play a transformative role in Australia's transition to a low-carbon economy over the coming decade and beyond.
We need a critical mass of women in Australian leadership roles
The Academy supports the nine infrastructure capability focus areas identified in the draft, but suggests that two additional areas be considered by the Expert Working Group
AAS and ATSE hold a shared view on the future options for regulating new ‘gene editing’ technologies, and submit a joint response to the Discussion Paper in support of this
Nothing is impossible - we can make anything happen if we use our best minds
Given the dependence of facilities and infrastructure on energy and communications networks, careful consideration
should be given to the resilience, backup and stand-by capabilities of research infrastructure
ATSE’s STEM Education initiative STELR
is making a smartphone microscope available
to schools to make science more interesting
New technology and a national approach are keys to ensuring security, affordable and sustainable energy supplies for Australia
Australia needs a critical mass of women in leadership roles to achieve its full potential
Monash University Professor Ana Deletic FTSE has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) at the University of NSW, commencing in July
UQ’s Professor Anton Middelberg FTSE is joining The University of Adelaide as Executive Dean of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences
Enhancing Australia's prosperity through technology and innovation