ATSE WA Division Annual end of year event


Event details

Monday 27 November 2023

6:30pm-10:30pm AWST


$100 per person, includes a welcome drink, canapes & seated dinner
Drinks are also available for purchase at the bar

Keynote Speaker

> Professor Peta Ashworth OAM, Curtin University Institute for Energy Transition


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Join us for an engaging and informative event hosted by the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE) and the Australian Academy of Science (AAS)’s Western Australian Fellows! We’re thrilled to invite you to a special gathering at the Sea View Golf Club in Cottesloe.

Spark discussions with early career researchers as they use electronic posters to talk about their work. Plus, don’t miss our highlight of the evening: a keynote presentation with Professor Peta Ashworth OAM.

Our theme for the evening is “Energy Transition: Challenges and Opportunities for Western Australia.” It’s a topic that promises insightful and open conversations for everyone in attendance. Join us as we explore the pressing issues and exciting possibilities that lie ahead on the energy frontier.

We would like to extend the invitation to all guests including partners, colleagues, mentors, or students. Please register and come together to make this evening a memorable one. We can’t wait to see you there!

Keynote Speaker

Professor Peta Ashworth OAM

Director, Curtin University Institute for Energy Transition

Professor Peta Ashworth OAM is the Director of the Curtin Institute for Energy Transition. Prior to joining Curtin University, Professor Ashworth was the Director of the Andrew N. Liveris Academy for Innovation and Leadership, and Chair in Sustainable Energy Futures at The University of Queensland. Professor Ashworth is a globally-recognised expert in the fields of energy, communication, stakeholder engagement, and technology assessment. Peta has been researching public attitudes toward climate and energy technologies for almost two decades, including wind, carbon capture and storage, solar photovoltaic, and hydrogen.