The Director of Research Computing at the University of Queensland, Professor David Abramson, has been awarded the Pearcey medal for 2019 by the Pearcey Foundation for his contribution to the development and growth of the ICT industry in Australia.
The NSW Pearcey Entrepreneur of the Year Award for this year has been won jointly by the founder of Startive Ventures and PC Tools, Simon Clausen, and Red Balloon founder, Naomi Simson.
Today's new world of computer science met the old recently when senior executives from the CSIRO's ICT Centre paid a visit to the University of Melbourne to see CSIRAC, Australia's first and the world's fourth programmable electronic digital computer, built in 1949 by a CSIRO team led by Dr Trevor Pearcey, after whom the Pearcey Foundation was named.
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