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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

2001 - 2002

  • Bhuvan Unhelkar

    2002

  • Graeme Shanks

    2002

    Dr Graeme Shanks has made significant contributions to the field of information technology in both Australia and internationally. Graeme was, and still is, a driving force in the recognition of information systems as an academic discipline in its own right. He is widely acclaimed in both academia and industry as an outstanding contributor to teaching, research and academia/industry relations, particularly in data modelling and data quality. His peers have attested that Graeme is a prolific publisher of high quality research papers and the quality of his research is outstanding. Currently Graeme is a Member, IFIP Working Group 8.3, Decision Support Systems. He is also a member ofthe editorial board for the Journal of Data Warehousing and Program Committee Chair for the IFIP International Conference on Decision Support Systems. Over time he has held membership of program committees at a number of Universities.

  • Simon Kaplan

    2002

  • William Haebich

    2002

    Dr. Bill Haebich has made distinguished contributions to the field of information technology in Australia during his twenty-five years of experience in applying information technology to solve difficult problems. Bill's work has been characterised by innovation and an approach that combines the fields of commercial IT, mathematics and computer science. He has managed and participated in the development of many successful advanced systems. In the roles of chairman, convenor and contributor Bill has been inv olved in a number of committees, conferences and special interest groups. Over time he has also been an active member of higher and tertiary education advisory panels and his contribution has been acknowledged assignificant. Australian Computer Society | Hall of Fame | 2018 Page 62 Finally, Bill is known nationally as a prolific presenter and trainer and he has published extensively. He has also given of his time unstintingly and made his considerable knowledge and expertise readily available to the wider community.

  • Andrew Flitman

    2002

  • Penny Collings

    2002

  • Anthony Watson

    2001

  • Helen Vorrath

    2001

  • Rob Thomsett

    2001

  • Phillip Steele

    2001

  • Esmond Pitt

    2001

  • Graham Low

    2001

  • Bruce Kruttschnitt

    2001

  • Peter Hill

    2001

  • Bill Hewett

    2001

  • Steve Elliot

    2001

  • Jenny Edwards

    2001

  • David Feng

    2001

  • Peter Eades

    2001

  • arolyn Dowling

    2001

  • Stephen Chu

    2001

  • Richard Baecher

    2001