Pearcey Award

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The Pearcey Awards are a set of prizes presented annually since 1998 by the Pearcey Foundation for achievement in the Australian ICT industry.

Pearcey Award Categories[edit]

Each year, the Pearcey Foundation presents 3 categories of award:

Pearcey Medal
The Pearcey Medal is awarded annually to the individual who has made the greatest lifetime achievement and contribution to the ICT profession and industry in Australia.
Pearcey Hall of Fame
In addition to the Pearcey Medal winner, up to two individuals are inducted into the Pearcey Hall of Fame, based on their lifetime contribution to the Australian ICT industry.
State Pearcey Awards
Each state presents a Pearcey award to an upcoming individual who contributes an innovative or pioneering achievement to research and development within the ICT industry.

Pearcey Medal Winners[edit]

  • 2008 Neville Roach
  • 2007 Roger Allen
  • 2006 Fiona Balfour
  • 2005 John O'Callaghan
  • 2004 John Bennett
  • 2003 Lyndsey Cattermole
  • 2002 Bill Caelli
  • 2001 Tony Benson
  • 2000 George Kepper
  • 1999 Trevor Robinson
  • 1998 Peter Jones

Pearcey Hall of Fame Inductees[edit]

  • 2008 Clive Finkelstein, Neil Weste
  • 2007 Rob Newman, John Puttick
  • 2006 Cyril Brookes, Max Burnet
  • 2005 Ashley Goldsworthy, John O'Neil
  • 2004 Ormond Brown, Bob Bishop, Renfrey Potts
  • 2003 John O'Callaghan, David Hartley
  • 2002 Robert Northcote, Phil Singleton
  • 2001 John Bennett, Frank Hirst

State Pearcey Awards[edit]

New South Wales[edit]

  • 2010 Lars and Jens Rasmussen
  • 2009 Winner: Ian Gardiner
  • 2009: Highly commended: Elias Bizannes,Scott-Bradley Pearce, Robert Castaneda, Tarik Hammadou, Bart Jellema and Kim Chen, Ryan Junee, Robi Karp, Ben Keighran, Aidan Williams, Jonathon Wolfe, Anthony Woodward
  • 2008 Mike Cannon-Brookes, Scott Farquhar
  • 2007 Jeff Waugh, Pia Waugh
  • 2006 Matt Barrie
  • 2005 James Dalziel
  • 2004 Hugh Durrant-Whyte
  • 2003 Ted Dunstone
  • 2002 Alex Hartman
  • 2001 Derek Renouf
  • 2000 Clinton Paddison
  • 1999 Scott Gazzard

Queensland[edit]

  • 2007 Tammy Halter
  • 2006 Brett Hooker
  • 2005 Kon Kakanis
  • 2004 Adrian Di Marco
  • 2003 David Barbagallo

South Australia[edit]

Tasmania[edit]

  • 2010 Paris Buttfield-Addison, Jon Manning
  • 2006 Ian Cumming
  • 2005 Luke Bereznicki
  • 2004 Chris Dalton, Anthony Scotney (joint winners)

Victoria[edit]

  • 2008 Michael Giuffrida
  • 2007 Ashley Herring
  • 2006 Anthony Overmars
  • 2005 Graeme Huon
  • 2004 Luke Howard
  • 2003 Alec Umansky
  • 2002 Jonathan Zufi
  • 2001 Anna Carosa
  • 2000 Rick Harvey
  • 1999 Michael Kölling

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