Congratulations to Professor Victor Calo, whose development of the computational models of physical processes to assist decision-making in the oil and gas industry has seen him awarded the title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor.
“I love my work, as it is continuously challenging and frequently new. Numerical simulations apply to many diverse areas and since I find everything interesting, I spend my time learning from others and teaching myself new things.”
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About John Curtin Distinguished Professors
The title of John Curtin Distinguished Professor is Curtin’s highest honour for academic staff. It recognises nationally and internationally renowned researchers who have demonstrated exceptional skills in teaching or research, or scholarly, creative and artistic achievements.