AINSE Honorary Fellows

AINSE Honorary Fellowships are awarded by the AINSE Council to individuals for distinguished and dedicated services to the Institute.

 

AINSE Honorary Fellows

Year Recipient Member Organisation
2017
Prof. Robert Burford
The University of New South Wales
2017
E/Prof. Allan Chivas
University of Wollongong
2011
Prof. Len Lindoy
The University of Sydney
2010
E/Prod. Brian O'Connor
Curtin University of Technology
2009
Prof. John White
The Australian National University
2008
Dr. Hendrick "Henk" Heijnis
ANSTO
2007
Dr. Trevor Hicks
Monash University
2003
A/Prof. Gerald Laurence
The University of Adelaide
1999
Prof. Trevor Ophel
The Australian National University
1998
Prof. Peter Fisher
University of Wollongong
1995
Prof. Ian Polmear
Monash University
1994
Mr. E A "Bill" Palmer
AINSE
1994
Prof. David Allen-Williams
The University of Western Australia
1993
Prof. Brian Spicer
The University of Melbourne
1992
Prof. Ralph Parsons
The University of Queensland
1992
Prof. Eric Hall
The University of Newcastle
1992
Prof. Desmond Davy
AAEC / ANSTO
1991
Prof. David Sangster
CSIRO
1991
Prof. Peter Parsons
La Trobe University
1991
Prof. Maxwell Brennan
Flinders University

The Honorary Fellows Award

The AINSE Honorary Fellows Award recognises distinguished and dedicated service to AINSE. The Award encourages the continued interest in, and support of, AINSE and ANSTO activities.

Recipients of the Award have contributed to AINSE in the following ways:

  • Provided additional advice and guidance to university researchers – especially students – working on projects funded under an AINSE Award, either at Lucas Heights or at a university in the locality where the recipient lives;
  • Participated in AINSE-funded research projects;
  • Provided comments and referee reports on applications for fellowship, studentship and Grant Awards in cases where independent and expert review is called for; and
  • Provided assistance to the local AINSE Councillor to promote AINSE and ANSTO within the university and community.

As a recipient of the award, AINSE Honorary Fellows are entitled to the following:

  • The right to use the title ‘AINSE Honorary Fellow’ and to name AINSE as the organisation to which the holder of this title is affiliated;
  • The provision of a suitable security pass to enable the AINSE Honorary Fellow to gain access to the ANSTO Library for the purposes of keeping up-to-date with research topics and, where applicable, participating in AINSE-funded research projects; and
  • The provision of funding to enable the AINSE Honorary Fellow to visit Lucas Heights once per year.
Nominations for the award of AINSE Honorary Fellow may be made by any AINSE Councillor.
 

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About AINSE

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.

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