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Hall of Fame

View ACS's honorary list of life members and fellows.  

Recognising those who have made significant contributions to Australia's ICT sector and ACS.

ACS Honorary Life Member

A member that is recognised by ACS for their outstanding contribution may be elected as an Honorary Life Member. 

For information on the eligibility criteria, visit ACS Guidelines for Membership.

 

ACS Fellow

A Fellow of ACS is a person who has made a distinguished contribution to the field of ICT in Australia and is a member of the professional division of ACS.

For information on ACS's Fellows Membership Grade, please refer to ACS Guidelines for Membership.

For Fellow Nominations, please click the links below:

 

For all inquiries about ACS recognition awards, please send an email to acsrecognition@acs.org.au

 

ACS Fellows

1991- 1992

  • Sandra Wills

    1990

  • Jan Marr

    1990

  • John Goddard

    1990

  • Peter Chan

    1990

  • Lyndsey Cattermole

    1990

  • Francis Bryant

    1990

  • Ormonde Brown

    1990

  • Chris Barter

    1990

  • George Karoly

    1989

  • John Hughes

    1989

  • Ronald Hamilton

    1989

  • Brenton Groves

    1989

  • Kate Behan

    1989

  • Roger Allen

    1989

  • Wallace Pilz

    1988

  • Edward Miller

    1988

  • Andrew Lister

    1988

  • Murray Allen

    1988

  • Michael Lawrence

    1987

  • Brendan Hannelly

    1987

  • Alan Coulter

    1987

  • Roger Clarke

    1986

  • Christopher Bushell

    1985

  • Ron Weber

    1984

  • Peter Poole

    1984

  • Peter Juliff

    1984

  • Karl Reed

    1983

    A distinguished and unparalleled contribution to the promotion of an indigenous software industry and to a lesser extent, the operation and structure of the whole computerindustry in Australia as well as a very significant contribution to the knowledge of understanding the semantics of address and address constructs incomputing.

  • Judith Hammond

    1983

  • Christopher Wallace

    1982

  • Alex Reid

    1982

  • John Marquet F

    1982

  • Lawrence Griffiths

    1982

  • Bill Caelli

    1982

  • Desmond Bright

    1982

  • James Keedy

    1981

  • Megan Cornelius

    1981

  • Vance Gledhill

    1981

  • Paul Sanger

    1980

  • Arthur Sale

    1980

  • Peter Murton

    1978

  • Ashley Goldsworthy

    1977

  • Donald Richards

    1976

  • Ronald Hartley

    1976

  • Richard Whitfeld

  • Ted Wastie

  • Barry Thornton

  • David Synnott

  • C G Smith

  • Barry Smith

  • Alex Smith

  • Gordon Rose

  • Donald Richardson

  • Ken Pope

  • John Penny

  • Robert Northcote

  • Michael Norsa

  • Ian Nicholls

  • Anthony Montgomery

  • Dennis Moore

  • Eric Mayer

  • John Marshall

  • Peter MacGregor

  • Ian Macaulay

  • Godfrey Lance

  • Neil Lamming

  • Andrew Kaldor

  • Terence Holden

  • Frederick Hall

  • Peter Gyngell

  • R Harris

  • Clive Finkelstein

  • Barry De Ferranti

  • Derrick Davey

  • Peter Claringbold

  • Des Carpenter

  • Cyril Brookes

  • Theodore Boehm

  • A Berztiss

  • Peter Benyon

  • John Bennett

  • Kevin Arter

  • William Arnott