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.
Professor Calum Drummond FTSE has won the Ian Wark Medal.
Fellow Scientia Professor Martin Green has become the first Australian to win a prestigious Global Energy Prize.
Dr Livingstone will be presented with the award in July.
Ms Fagg recently finished a five-year term as a director for the Reserve Bank of Australia.
The computer scientist, roboticist and systems engineer will take office in early November 2018.
Professor Loughhead is an ATSE Foreign Fellow and chief scientific advisor for the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy in Britain.
Creating fuel with sunshine, inspiring women in business, and innovation in polymer chemistry are some of the impacts our Fellows have made on Australia.
Professor Durrant-Whyte FRS FAA FTSE is known for his pioneering work in autonomous robotics.
Professor Sahajwalla recently launched the first micro-factory that redirects e-waste from landfill.
ATSE CEO joins the Royal Australian Chemical Institute
He will help deliver the 100,000 Genomes Project
He’s the fifth Australian in 42 years to win the Antoine M. Gaudin Award
Promoting Australia's advancement through technology