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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

2003 - 2004

  • Marcus Wigan

    2004

  • Agnes Vukovic

    2004

  • Arthur Tatnall

    2004

  • Susan Spencer

    2004

  • Norbert Riedl

    2004

  • Gerald Murphy

    2004

  • Judith Merryweather

    2004

  • Philip McCrea

    2004

  • Andy Koronios

    2004

  • Peter Jones

    2004

  • Warren Hosey

    2004

  • Donald Fraser

    2004

  • John Debrincat

    2004

  • Peter Croll

    2004

  • David Bennett

    2004

  • Anthony Ablong

    2004

  • Peter Thorne

    2003

  • Glenn Stewart

    2003

  • Mark Looi

    2003

  • Noel Edge

    2003

  • Garry Druitt

    2003

  • Brenda Aynsley

    2003

    Brenda Aynsley is recognised for her distinguished contribution to the promotion and adoption of Internet technologies within the community and by non-IT professionals in the earliest commercial Internet days in Australia. Ms Aynsley played a major role in helping to define the legislative frameworks regulating the Internet and its use around the country through her participation in Governmental representations and a departmental task force. Through individual and association representations to Australian Computer Society | Hall of Fame | 2018 Page 61 parliamentary select committees and within the ICT industry as an active member of the ACS, the Electronic Frontiers Association Inc, the South Australian Internet Association Inc and the IT Council for South Australia since 1994 she has helped shape the policies which have been implemented. Ms Aynsley has an enduring passion for the Internet and its utility as a technology which can empower users through its educative and communications reach and, as a result, provide enrichment of civil society.

  • David Arnott

    2003