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National Transport Research Awards and ARRB Gala Dinner

November 19

Melbourne Museum

11 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053

Australia

Don't miss the glittering night that celebrates and recognises the great work done in Australia’s roads, transport and mobility sector for the previous 12 months.

Be part of the National Transport Research Awards and ARRB Gala Dinner!

ABOUT THE AWARDS

The National Transport Research Awards & ARRB Gala Dinner will bring together the elite of the roads and transport industry in one room, for one night.

The National Transport Research Awards and ARRB Gala Dinner is the Australian roads and transport industry's night of nights. The Awards celebrate and recognise research excellence across the transport sector.

The Awards are made as part of a Gala Dinner featuring a fantastic three-course meal and drinks, and the night features a special Keynote Speaker.

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You can buy a discounted ticket package including attendance at this glittering night - which will be held immediately after the final day of Integrated Mobility Impacts 2021.

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REGISTER YOUR INTEREST

Register your interest for The National Transport Research Awards & ARRB Gala Dinner to stay up to date with the latest announcements or to reserve a table.  

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EARLY BIRD

$280.00

Canapes on Arrival

Three Course Luxury Dinner

Specially selected wines

Free Flowing Beer and Soft Drinks

Keynote Speakers

TABLE X 10

$2500.00

Canapes on Arrival

Three Course Luxury Dinner

Specially selected wines

Free Flowing Beer and Soft Drinks

Keynote Speakers

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

PROFESOR MARGARET SHEIL AO

Vice-Chancellor and President

QUT

Professor Margaret Sheil AO was appointed Vice-Chancellor and President of QUT in February 2018, having previously been Provost at The University of Melbourne (2012-2017) and Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Research Council (2007-2012).

 

Professor Sheil has been an academic in chemistry and held a number of senior roles at the University of Wollongong, including as Dean of Science and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research). She is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (AAS), the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering (ATSE), the Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI), and the Australian and New Zealand Society for Mass Spectrometry (ANZSMS).

 

Professor Sheil is Chair of the Board of the Queensland Museum Network, Deputy Chair of the Board of Universities Australia, the lead Vice-Chancellor for Research and Innovation for Universities Australia, and a member of the Australian Space Agency Advisory Group. She was a Director of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) from 2015-2019, and the Advisory Board for Coursera from 2013-2016. She was a member of the Prime Minister’s Science, Innovation and Engineering Council, the National Research Infrastructure Council, and the Cooperative Research Centres Committee from 2007-2012.

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In 2017 Professor Sheil was made an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) for her distinguished service to science and higher education as an academic and administrator, through significant contributions to the national research landscape, and to performance standards. Professor Sheil holds a Bachelor of Science and a PhD in Physical Chemistry from The University of New South Wales and was presented with the Science and Technology Alumni Award from UNSW in 2016.

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THE AWARDS

NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR THE 2021 NATIONAL TRANSPORT RESEARCH AWARDS

The awards categories are:

  • Local Government Innovation Award\

  • Research-Industry Partnership Award

  • Sustainability Transport Infrastructure Award

  • Research Rising Star Award

  • Lifetime Contribution Award

Nominations

Using the section criteria please submit your nomination via the website: arrb.com.au/gala-dinner-awards. Nominations are to be submitted by 23rd of September.
 

Winning a National Transport Research Award reflects talent across the transport industry and leadership in shaping our transport future.

LOCATION

Melbourne Museum will host the 2021 National Transport Research Awards and ARRB Gala Dinner. Located just on the fringe of Melbourne's CBD, Melbourne Museum is easy to access by a variety of public transport options. Plus there is on-site flat rate car parking.

 

11 Nicholson St,
Carlton, VIC 3053

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SPONSORSHIP

WHY SPONSOR THE EVENT

Maximise your organisation's exposure to the decision-makers and leading personalities in the industry by sponsoring this prestigious event.

Multiple sponsorship package opportunities are available, from Major Sponsor to individual Award Sponsors, at a variety of price points.

The following sponsorships are available, 

  • Major Sponsor

  • Drink Sponsor

  • Event Styling (Brand) Sponsor

  • Media Sponsor

  • Entertainment Sponsor (Gold Music)

  • Entertainment Sponsor (Silver Music)