The Pearcey Foundation welcomes attendance at any of the following coming events.
|4 Oct (Thu)||Hobart||
Tasmanian State Award - 5:30pm Hobart Function Centre
|10 Oct (Wed)||Brisbane||
Queensland State Award - dinner, Hilton Brisbane
|1 Nov (Thu)||Sydney||
NSW State Award - Sydney Startup Hub, 11-31 York St
|1 Nov (Thu)||Melbourne|
The Pearcey Foundation is proud to be involved in the following recent events.
- Special Pearcey Day as part of the Vic Gov Digital Innovation Festival
- The 2018 Pearcey Oration entitled "Australia, be bold!" was delivered by Mr Paul Shetler.
- The 2018 WA Pearcey Award was presented to Dr Mark Andrich (Sustainable Platform)
- The 2018 SA Pearcey Award was presented to Tony Clark (Rising Sun Pictures).
- The 2018 Vic Pearcey Award was presented to Michael Cameron and Bernie Tschirren (Rome2Rio).
- The 2018 ACT Pearcey Award was presented to Ken Kroeger (Seeing Machines).
- Special ICT Heritage Event at Federation University, Albert Street, Ballarat
2018 Pearcey National Sponsor
04 Sep 2018
Ken Kroeger, CEO of Seeing Machines, was presented the 2018 ACT Chief Minister's Pearcey Entrepreneur Award. The award was presented by ACT Chief Digital Officer Bettina Konti, representing the ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr, at ACS Canberra's 25th Annual Conference on 4 September 2018. »» Read more...
28 Aug 2018
The 2018 Pearcey Oration was delivered by Mr Paul Shetler, a technologist and entrepreneur with more than 20 years of experience working on large projects in the technology industry and in guiding major government digital initiatives. The provocative talk was entitled "Be Bold Australia!". »» Read more...
28 Aug 2018
At the 2018 Pearcey Day, the Heritage session brought together representatives of major organisations, and individuals, concerned with preservation of our ICT heritage. The topic was: Current ICT Heritage Collections - Where they are, what they are and plans for the future? »» Read more...
28 Aug 2018
28 Aug 2018
The 2018 SA Pearcey Entrepreneur Award was presented to Tony Clark as part of the ACS Branch forum, on Tuesday 28th August 2018 at at SAHMRI, North Terrace in Adelaide. The award was presented by Professor Mike Miller (2017 Pearcey Medallist) who said "this award celebrates and honours a South Australian entrepreneur who has not only been innovative and creative, ... »» Read more...
21 Aug 2018
Our 2005 Pearcey Hall of Famer, John O'Neil, passed away on 21 August 2018 aged 83. John was best known for his work at Control Data and close working relationship with the late Trevor Robinson AM, our 1999 Pearcey Medallist. We send our condolences to John's wife Dr Jo O'Neil and their family. »» Read more...
12 Aug 2018
A very brave Australian stalwart of the ICT industry has left us. Brenda was a pioneer in promoting women in ICT by example. Based in Adelaide, she influenced our national and international reputation over a sustained lifetime of commitment including a two year role as President of the Australian Computer Society (2013-2015). »» Read more...
10 Jun 2018
The Pearcey Foundation's own chairman, Wayne Fitzsimmons, was awarded an OAM in the Queen's Birthday 2018 Honours List. Wayne was recognised for his service to information technology, covering a career lifetime in senior executive positions and helping to advance Australia's ICT capabilities. »» Read more...
The Pearcey Hall of Fame recognises individuals who have made very significant lifetime contributions into one or more of Australia's ICT research, industry, or professional development. It is a yearly award which includes the Pearcey Medalist and up to two other individuals. »» Read more...
Australia 3.0 leverages the collective wisdom of a grouping of some of Australia's leading Technology and Innovation thinkers and most experienced professionals to develop insight into the pivotal issues that will impact Australia's ability to succeed in the global digital economy. »» Read more...