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Industry Representative Appointed

International oil and gas expert Martijn Truijens has been appointed Adjunct Professor to the Curtin-based Australasian Joint Research Centre for Building Information Modelling. With a career spanning more than two decades in the global oil and gas industry, Professor Truijens has worked for various companies including Fluor, Bechtel and Santos. In 2005, he joined Woodside, Read More

Eureka award winners join Curtin

Two leading scientists have joined Curtin’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, bringing with them significant expertise in the development of large-scale surveillance technologies that could benefit both defence and civilian purposes. The two researchers – Professor Ba-Ngu Vo and Professor Ba-Tuong Vo – were co-recipients of the 2010 Australian Museum Eureka Prize for Outstanding Read More

Curtin appoints Critical Materials Initiative leader

Curtin University has appointed Professor Dudley Kingsnorth to lead the new Critical Materials Initiative. The Critical Materials Initiative will aim to pull together expertise and knowledge from governments, researchers and industry worldwide to determine demand for independent research and advice on critical materials, such as rare earths, platinum, lithium and tungsten. These materials are deemed Read More

Curtin appoints new business school leader

Curtin University has appointed Professor Tony Travaglione to the position of Pro Vice-Chancellor Curtin Business School (CBS). Professor Travaglione has a long history with Curtin, having completed his undergraduate degree and beginning his academic career at the University before going on to hold a number of senior positions in business schools around Australia. As leader Read More