Biennial Medals

2023

  • Dr Jai Vaze, CSIRO, Australia
  • Dr Valerie Snow, AgResearch Ltd, New Zealand
  • Professor Yongqiang Zhang, Chinese Academy of Sciences

2021

  • Professor Tony Jakeman, Australian National University, Australia
  • Professor Holger Maier, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Professor Jason Evans, University of New South Wales Sydney, Australia

2019

  • Professor Jeffrey Walker, Monash University, Australia
  • Associate Professor Barry Croke, Australian National University, Australia
  • Professor Irene Hudson, RMIT University Melbourne, Australia

2017

  • Dr Beth Fulton, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere, Australia
  • Professor Craig Simmons, Flinders University, Australia
  • Dr Lu Zhang, CSIRO Land and Water, Australia

2015

  • Professor Chia-Lin Chang, National Chung Hsing University, Taiwan
  • Professor Kerrie Mengersen, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
  • Professor Andrew Western, University of Melbourne, Australia

2013

  • Prof Natashia Boland, University of Newcastle, Australia
  • Prof Graeme Dandy, University of Adelaide, Australia
  • Prof Shiqing Ling, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

2011

  • Prof Bob Anderssen, CSIRO Mathematics, Informatics and Statistics, Canberra
  • Prof Hector Malano, University of Melbourne
  • Prof Michael McAleer, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands

2009

  • Dr Francis Chiew, CSIRO Land and Water
  • Prof Cheng Hsiao, University of Southern California
  • Ms Blair Nancarrow, CSIRO Land and Water

 

Prior to 2009, Biennial Medals were awarded in each of three categories: Natural Systems, Socioeconomic Systems, and General Systems.

Natural Systems
2007 Prof Shahbaz Khan, Charles Sturt University and CSIRO
2005 Dr Rodger Grayson, University of Melbourne
2003 Dr Myriam Bormans, CSIRO Land and Water
2001 Prof Murugesu Sivapalan, University of Western Australia
1999 Prof Wolfgang Fl├╝gel
1997 Emeritus Prof Tom Chapman
1995 Dr George Hornberger
Socioeconomic Systems
2007 Prof Peter Robinson, London School of Economics
2005 Dr Jerry Hausman, MIT
2003 Prof Peter Phillips, Yale University
2001 Prof Sir Clive Granger, University of California, San Diego (2003 Nobel Laureate in Economic Sciences)
1999 Prof Kimio Morimune
1997 Prof Adrian Pagan
1995 Prof Alan Powell
General Systems
2007 Prof Roger Braddock, Griffith University
2005 Dr Benchaphun Ekasingh, Chiangmai University
2003 Prof Hugh Possingham, University of Queensland
2001 Prof Peter Young, University of Lancaster & Australian National University
1999 Dr David White
1997 Prof Paul Sullivan
1995 Dr Michael Hutchinson