The Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Melissa Price MP, recently visited DMTC alongside the Deputy Secretary of CASG, Mr Tony Fraser. The Minister and Mr Fraser met with the DMTC team and also had an opportunity to see first-hand some of the defence capabilities that DMTC and its partners have enhanced. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on December 3rd, 2019 Tagged: collaboration, defence technology, DMTC, Hodge, industry
DMTC Project Leader Yen Bach Truong has been recognised for her outstanding research efforts with a CSIRO Julius Career Award.
The Julius Career Awards are designed to enhance the careers of exceptional early to mid-career scientists, and reinforce the culture of scientific excellence in CSIRO. (more…)Posted by Harry Baxter on August 20th, 2018 Tagged: CSIRO, defence technology, DMTC, Hodge
DMTC welcomes the recent promotions of Matt Dargusch at the University of Queensland, Stephen van Duin at the University of Wollongong and Suresh Palanisamy at Swinburne University of Technology.
- DMTC’s Chief Technology Officer, Matt Dargusch, has been promoted to Professor of the School of Mechanical and Mining Engineering, within the Engineering, Architecture and Information Technology faculty at The University of Queensland;
- DMTC’s Maritime Program Leader, Stephen van Duin, has been promoted to Associate Professor within the Engineering & Information Sciences faculty at the University of Wollongong; and
- DMTC’s Air Program Leader, Suresh Palanisamy, has been promoted to Associate Professor within the Science, Engineering & Technology faculty at Swinburne University of Technology and was recently appointed Director of the Transport Innovation Centre.
Matt, Stephen and Suresh have served in technical leadership roles within the DMTC since its establishment in 2008. Their promotions reflect the credibility that the DMTC enjoys in the Australian research community.
CEO of DMTC, Dr Mark Hodge, said “We are delighted for Matt, Stephen and Suresh. We want DMTC to be seen as an ‘organisation of choice’ for Australia’s best researchers, and these promotions clearly support this objective”.Posted by DMTC on February 7th, 2017 Tagged: Hodge, research, university