3 ECMS alumni receive 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours

Congratulations to the three ECMS alumni who received the Queen's Birthday Honours this year.

The Queen's Birthday Honours recognise a group of outstanding Australians who have made a contribution to their community, to Australia globally or domestically. This year, 933 Australian's received this honour, including three graduates of ECMS.

Congratulations to:

  • Professor Garry Brown who received the Officer of the Order of Australia. Professor Brown graduated from a degree in Engineering (Mechanical)(Honours) in 1964 and received the honour for distinguished service to aerospace and mechanical engineering, to education and research, and as a mentor of young scientists.
     
  • Professor Neil Bryans who received the Member of the Order of Australia. Professor Bryans graduated from a degree in Engineering (Electrical)(Honours) in 1969 and received the honour for significant service to science and defence capability technology through radar and telecommunications research.
     
  • Mr Ian Orchard who received the Medal of the Order of Australia. Mr Orchard graduated from a degree in Engineering (Civil)(Honours) in 1966, and received the award for his services to his community.

See the full list of University of Adelaide recipients here.

Congratulations again to our esteemed alumni.

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