2021 ATSE WA Division End of Year Event

WA Division Event

Event details

Wednesday 17 November 2021

Tickets available for purchase until Sunday 7 November.


Evening talk and dinner – 6:30pm–9:30pm AWST

Dinner Venue

The Boatshed Restaurant
1L Coode St, South Perth


Ticket – $70 for ATSE fellows, $125 for guests

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Wednesday 17 November 2021

6.30pm-9.30pm AWST

The ATSE Western Australian Division is having its End of Year evening talk and dinner at The Boatshed Restaurant on 17 November 2021. This event provides an opportunity for ATSE Fellows to enjoy one another’s company and listen to a great talk.

6:30 pm – 7:00 pm: Pre-drinks & networking
7:00 pm – 7:10 pm:  Briefing of ATSE matters and WA Division activities in 2021 | Mr Dongke Zhang FTSE
7:10 pm – 7:40 pm: Entree served
7:40 pm – 8:20 pm: Dinner talk and Q&A | Professor Eric F. May FTSE
8:20 pm – 9:00 pm: Main served
9:00 pm – 9:30 pm: Dessert served
9:30 pm – Event concludes

Three courses (entree, main & dessert)

6:30pm–9:30pm AWST

The Boatshed Restaurant, 1L Coode St, South Perth WA 6151

Dinner – $70 for fellows, $125 for guests

Registration close
7 November 2021

ATSE Western Australian Division Committee looks forward to seeing you at the event for a great time together.

Eric May
Professor Eric F. May FTSE

Managing Director, Future Energy Exports CRC | Director, Gas Capture Technologies Pty Ltd. | Professor/Chevron Chair in Gas Process Engineering, The University of Western Australia

Eric May is Managing Director of the Future Energy Exports (FEnEx) CRC and was named the 2021 Western Australian Scientist of the Year. His research team works closely with industry, conducting projects in hydrogen liquefaction, LNG production, gas separations, CCS and fluid property prediction. Eric was awarded the Malcolm McIntosh Prize for Physical Scientist of the Year as part of the 2012 Prime Minister’s Prizes for Science. In 2017, he co-established Gas Capture Technologies Pty Ltd, a spin-out company for patented technologies to capture methane from coal mines, land-fill gas and other sources. Launched in 2020, the FEnEx CRC brings together 28 industry, government and university partners with resources of $163 million to conduct industrial-scale research that supports LNG and Hydrogen exports from Australia.