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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 [email protected]

 

ACS Fellows

1997- 1998

  • Vijay Varadharajan

    1998

  • Clarence Tan

    1998

  • Graeme Simsion

    1998

  • Rod Sims

    1998

  • Don Sanderson

    1998

  • John Ridge

    1998

  • Robert Poole

    1998

  • John Peck

    1998

  • Tom Mulligan

    1998

  • Kevin Morrisey

    1998

  • Clifford Mason

    1998

  • Frank Liebeskind

    1998

  • Charles Lakos

    1998

  • Dennis Furini

    1998

  • Dennis Doyle

    1998

  • Graham Coote

    1998

  • Philip Collier

    1998

  • Athol Carrington

    1998

  • Grant Burrows

    1998

  • Gabriel Berger

    1998

  • Paul Bailes

    1998

  • David Abramson

    1998

    Professor David Abramson hasmade significant contributionsto the field of information technology in Australia and internationally for over twentyyears. David has been involved in high performance computing, distributed processing, computer architecture and hardware research and has held significant research positions at CSIRO, Griffith University and RMIT. He is currently Professor and Head of School of Computer Science at Monash University. He has an excellent international reputation and is considered to be one of the world leaders in his field. He has received over $1.7 million in research grants and has published over 100 papers and technical documents including two patent applications. He has also been involved in two successful commercial ventures stemming from the research. David has provided extensive professional service to the community through his involvement with many international conferences and workshops, and has given unstintingly of his extensive knowledge and his valuable time in many spheres of activity. He has always insisted on top quality education for his students thus ensuring graduates provide high quality contributions to the community.

  • Robert Waldie

    1997

  • Chi Tsang

    1997

  • Bob Tisdall

    1997

  • Leon Tighe

    1997

  • Denis R Street

    1997

  • Jefferey Shipsey

    1997

  • John Rosenberg

    1997

  • John Roddick

    1997

  • Prins Ralston

    1997

  • Colin Pratt

    1997

  • Bruce Linn

    1997

  • John Leek

    1997

  • Reyn Keats

    1997

  • Graeme Inchley

    1997

  • Frank Hirst

    1997

  • Gopal Gupta

    1997

  • Craig Ginnane

    1997

  • Pamela Gibbons

    1997

  • Andrew Freeman

    1997

  • Ian Dennis

    1997

  • Allen Darby

    1997

  • Kit Dampney

    1997

  • Edmund Burr

    1997

  • Philip Argy

    1997