Fellows of the Australian Learned Academies

Fellows of the Australian Learned Academies
The Australian Learned Academies
The Australian Learned Academies promote excellence in research nationally and internationally.

Fellows of the Australian Learned Academies are highly revered for their outstanding contribution to research and dedication to the advancement of knowledge.

Following are links to each of the Australian Learned Academies.
UNSW Fellows of the Australian Learned Academies 2016
Australian Academy of Science (ASA)

Scientia Prof Justin Gooding FAA, School of Chemistry

Conjoint Dr Daniela Stock FAA, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute

Prof Fedor Sukochev FAA, School of Mathematics & Statistics

Prof Toby Walsh FAA, School of Computer Science & Engineering

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Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA)

Prof Louise Chappell FASSA, School of Social Sciences

Prof Louisa Degenhardt FASSA, National Drug & Alcohol Research Centre

Prof Richard Holden FASSA, School of Economics

Prof Andrew Martin FASSA, School of Education

Prof Jane McAdam FASSA, Faculty of Law

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Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE)

Prof Gernot Heiser FTSE, School of Computer Science & Engineering

Prof Thorsten Trupke FTSE, School of Photovoltaic & Renewable Energy Engineering

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Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS)

Scientia Prof Richard Bryant FAHMS, School of Psychology

Prof Basil Donovan FAHMS, Kirby Institute

Prof Greg Dore FAHMS, Kirby Institute

Conjoint Prof Simon Gandevia FAHMS, Neuroscience Research Australia

Conjoint Prof Richard Harvey FAHMS, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute

Prof Ian Harris FAHMS, South Western Sydney Clinical School

Conjoint Prof Rob Herbert FAHMS, Neuroscience Research Australia

Conjoint Prof Maria Kavallaris FAHMS, Children’s Cancer Institute

Prof Rodney Philips FAHMS, Faculty of Medicine

Conjoint Prof Bill Rawlinson FAHMS, School of Medical Sciences

Conjoint Prof Roland Stocker FAHMS, Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute

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Australian Academy of the Humanities (AHA)

Prof Helen Groth  FAHA, School of Arts and Media

Prof Sandra Hale FAHA, School of Humanities and Languages

Prof Mina Roces FAHA, School of Humanitites and Languages

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    UNSW celebrated the newly announced Fellows of the Australian Learned Academies on 1st November 2016 in the John Niland Scientia Building
  • UNSW President & Vice-Chancellor

    Professor 

    Ian Jacobs

     

    UNSW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

    Professor

    Nicholas Fisk

     

    With new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS)

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    Guest Speaker

    Scientia Professor

    Michelle Simmons

    ARC Centre of Excellence for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology

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    UNSW President & Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Jacobs

    UNSW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Nicholas Fisk

     

    With new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science (ASA)

     

     

     

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    UNSW, Senior Deputy Vice- Chancellor, Professor Les Field

     

    Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA)

    Prof Louise Chappell FASSA, School of Social Sciences

     

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    UNSW Colleagues enjoying the post award reception.

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    UNSW President & Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Jacobs

    UNSW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), Professor Nicholas Fisk

     

     

    With new Fellows of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (ATSE)

  • UNSW President & Vice-Chancellor

    Professor 

    Ian Jacobs

     

    UNSW Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

    Professor

    Nicholas Fisk

     

     

    With new Fellows of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia (ASSA)

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    Master of Ceremonies

    Professor

    Robyn Williams AM

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    Guest Speaker

    Scientia Professor

    John Piggott

    ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research

     

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    Guest Speaker

    Professor

    Andy Pitman

    ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes

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    Guest Speaker

    Professor

    Deborah Brennan

    2009 Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia