Nominations are now open.
Deadline — 5pm AEDT Monday 18 January 2021.
Anyone can lodge a nomination
You do not need to be a Fellow to make a nomination. All non-Fellows will be required to register for an ATSE account. Before you start a nomination please read our Guidelines — available for download below. All nominations must be made through our on-line portal.
Batterham Medal for Engineering Excellence
The Batterham Medal is an early career award for a graduate engineer who has achieved substantial peer/industry recognition for their work in the past five years. The award consists of a medal and a cash prize of $5000 sponsored by the Group of Eight Deans of Engineering and Associates.
The Awardee will have:
- demonstrated excellence, innovation and impact in a field of engineering
- clearly demonstrated a signature contribution to engineering in the five years prior to their nomination
- advanced the standing of the engineering profession.
2019 winner: Professor Michael Milford, Queensland University of TechnologyRead their citation >>
2018 winner: Associate Professor Madhu Bhaskaran, RMIT UniversityRead their citation >>
2017 winner: Professor Nick Birbilis, Monash UniversityRead their citation >>
2016 winner: Associate Professor Andrew Fleming, University of NewcastleRead their citation >>
2015 winner: Dr Lachlan Blackhall, Chief Technology Officer of Reposit PowerRead their citation >>