Seven Fellows of the Australian Academy of Engineering and Technology have been awarded Officer (AO) in the General Division of the Order of Australia in this year’s Australia Day Honours List.
The Governor-General congratulated all 845 Australians recognised for their selflessness, commitment and dedication of service and contribution to the community.
Dr Brian O’Brien AO FTSE
For distinguished service to science, particularly to lunar dust research, to tertiary education in the field of physics, and to the environment.
Professor Helene Marsh AO FTSE
(QLD) James Cook University
For distinguished service to the biological and environmental sciences, to the conservation of marine mammals, and to tertiary education.
Dr Russell Reichelt AO FTSE
(QLD) Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
For distinguished service to marine conservation, to ecosystem management of the Great Barrier Reef, and to climate change research.
Professor Mark Randolph AO FTSE
(WA) University of Western Australia
For distinguished service to geotechnical engineering and science, to tertiary education and research, and to professional organisations.
Dr Barry Inglis AO PSM FTSE
For distinguished service to science and engineering, particularly to metrology, measurement standards and research, and to professional organisations.
Professor Graham Goodwin AO FTSE
(NSW) University of Newcastle
For distinguished service to tertiary education, and to electrical engineering as an academic and researcher, and to scientific academies.
Emeritus Professor Christopher Fell AO AM FTSE
(NSW) Fell Consulting Pty Ltd
For distinguished service to science and engineering, particularly to nanotechnology research and fabrication, and to professional networks.