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Perth: ACBC WA Education and Tourism Committee: Science & Innovation Sundowner

07 November 2018

Victory Offices, Level 17, 2 The Esplanade, Perth 6000

 

Please join the ACBC WA Education and Tourism Committee for the Science & Innovation Sundowner on November 7 in welcoming the 'China Australia Executive Leadership Program' (CAELP) Chinese university delegates to Perth.

We are also pleased to announce our guest speaker Mark Stickells, Executive Director of Pawsey Supercomputing Centre who will talk about science and innovation in Western Australia.
 
Come and sip on WA wine and enjoy delicious canapés in the beautiful Victory Offices overlooking Elizabeth Quay.
 
This is an opportunity to network with the delegates, members, to share ideas, build relationships and make new contacts in WA's business community.
 
ACBC WA is please to supported by Victory Offices, to bring you this great networking opportunity.
 
 
If you have any questions please contact Lucy Palermo via (08) 6189 7844 or lucy.palermo@acbc.com.au.
 

 

  • DATE: Wednesday, November 7 2018
  • TIME: 6:00pm (formalities start at 6:15 sharp) – 7:30pm 
  • VENUE: Victory Offices, Level 17, 2 The Esplanade, Perth 6000
  • RSVP: FREE Members Only Event, check your emails for the members link or email eventswa@acbc.com.au
  • SPONSOR: Venue Partner Victory Offices

 


Mark Stickells | Executive Director | Pawsey Supercomputing Centre
 
Appointed to the role of Director, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre in July 2018, Mark is a research executive with more than 20 years’ experience working at a senior level in innovative research and business development roles in complex, multi-stakeholder environments.  Through national and international programs and joint-ventures, Mark has successfully led initiatives to accelerate the impact of research, development and education programs for Australia’s key energy, mining and agricultural sectors.
 
He is a former Chief Executive of an LNG research and development alliance of CSIRO, Curtin University and UWA, partnering with Chevron, Woodside and Shell. Prior to his appointment at Pawsey Mark led the innovation and industry engagement portfolio at The University of Western Australia. Mark is a former director of the Australian Centre for Natural Gas Management – delivering training programs through the Australia-China LNG Technology Partnership Fund. In addition, Mark is the current Chair of the Board of All Saints’ College and was appointed an adjunct Senior Fellow of the Perth USAsia Centre (an international policy think tank) in 2017.