AINSE Gold Medal
The AINSE Gold Medal recognises excellence in research supported by the Institute during the preceding five years.
AINSE Gold Medal Recipients
|2020||Prof. Neil Saintilan||Macquarie University|
|2015||Prof. George Collins||Swinburne University of Technology|
|2015||Prof. Ian Gentle||The University of Queensland|
|2007||Prof. Stewart Campbell||The University of New South Wales|
|2005||Dr. Shane Kennedy||ANSTO|
|2003||A/Prof. Brendan Kennedy||The University of Sydney|
|1999||Prof. James Camakaris||The University of Melbourne|
|1998||Prof. Ian McDougall||The Australian National University|
|1997||Dr. Trevor Hicks||Monash University|
|1996||Prof. Andrew Gleadow||La Trobe University|
|1995||Dr. Peter Pomery||The University of Queensland|
|1995||Prof. James O’Donnell||The University of Queensland|
|1995||Dr. David Hill||The University of Queensland|
|1994||Prof. Len Lindoy||James Cook University|
|1993||Prof. Don Napper||The University of Sydney|
|1993||Prof. Bob Gilbert||The University of Sydney|
|1992||Prof. Syd Haydon||The University of New England|
Postgraduate Student Gold Medals
|2020||Stephanie Anna Florin||The University of Queensland|
|2019||Cynthia Isley||Macquarie University|
|2019||Gabriel Murphy||The University of Sydney|
|2018||Lydia Mackenzie||The University of Queensland|
|2015||Emily Reynolds||The University of Sydney|
|2014||David Cortie||The University of Wollongong|
|2014||Nisa Salim||Deakin University|
|2014||Robert Hayes||The University of Newcastle|
|2013||Joel Pedro||University of Tasmania|
|2013||Arthur Smith||The University of Queensland|
|2012||Kateryna Bazaka||James Cook University|
|2011||Mark Paskevicius||Curtin University|
|2010||Sharth Sriram||RMIT University|
|2009||Paul Saines||The University of Sydney|
|2007||Andrew Wroe||The University of Wollongong|
|2006||John Daniels||Monash University|
|2004||Gianluca Paglia||Curtin University|
|2003||Iwan Cornelius||The University of Wollongong|
|1999||Darren Goossens||Monash University|
|1998||Ismunandar||The University of Sydney|
|1997||Katrina Frankcombe||University of Tasmania|
|1996||Jarrod Martin||The University of New South Wales|
|1995||Scott Walker||RMIT University|
|1994||Xing Sheng Li||Curtin University|
Gold Medal Nominations
The AINSE Gold Medal is awarded for excellence in research on the basis of publications within the preceding five years that acknowledge AINSE support.
The AINSE Council may award up to four AINSE Gold medals each year, with one medal being reserved for graduate students. The AINSE Gold Medal may be awarded jointly to collaborating researchers.
Nominees for awards are submitted to the AINSE Council by the AINSE Specialist Committees for consideration at the final AINSE Council Meeting of the calendar year. At the presentation of the medals, the newly-awarded Gold Medallists are invited to deliver an address on their research.
The Australian Institute of Nuclear Science and Engineering (AINSE Ltd.) is an integral organisation for enhancing Australia’s and New Zealand’s capabilities in nuclear science, engineering, and related research fields by facilitating world-class research and education.
AINSE offers a range of programs and services to its members, including generous domestic and international conference support, scholarships for honours & postgraduate students and Early Career Researchers, and intensive undergraduate education schools. These benefits aim to foster scientific advancement and promote an effective collaboration between AINSE members and ANSTO.
We respectfully acknowledge the Dharawal nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which AINSE is located.
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