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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

1999 - 2000

  • David Wilson

    2000

  • Leon Sterling

    2000

  • Vijay Khandelwal

    2000

  • Roy Hill

    2000

  • Doug Grant

    2000

  • Hamish Bentley

    2000

  • Tom Worthington

    1999

  • Rob Willis

    1999

    Professor Robert Willis has made distinguished contributions to the field of information technology in Australia and internationally. During his term as Head of the School of Business Systems at Monash University he was personally responsible for the School's outstanding success. It was recognised nationally and internationally as a leading provider of IT business education. In addition, he developed an industry based learning program supporting fifty scholarships for students. Australian Computer Society | Hall of Fame | 2018 Page 63 Robert has authored numerous research papers and several books during his distinguished career. He has attracted many significant research grants and has also supervised many PhD and Masters students. He has developed and delivered many short courses to industry and undertaken a wide range of consulting activities. He has been involved in many community based activities such as leading performer on television and radio and as an expert to the County Court of Victoria, Supreme Court of Victoria and the Federal Court of Australia. He has also been involved in many professional activities such as being appointed as information systems advisor to the Australian Cricket Board, special referee to the Supreme Court of Victoria, editorial boards of professional journals, book reviewer, course advisory committees and many others.

  • Nikki Waters

    1999

  • Paul Tubridy

    1999

  • Brian Parker

    1999

  • Dinsha Palkhiwala

    1999

  • Peter Lindsay

    1999

  • Peter Kalkman

    1999

  • Donald Jenkins

    1999

  • Glen Heinrich

    1999

  • Graham Greenleaf

    1999

  • Warren French

    1999

  • Brian Clegg

    1999

  • Richard Bridge

    1999