Boardroom Lunch with Professor Elanor Huntington, ANU (Members Only)

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Date: Monday, 17 June 2019 to Monday, 17 June 2019
Address: CANBERRA, ACT Australia
Place: Canberra CBD (venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees)
Total Price: $160.00

We invite members to join a Boardroom Lunch with the Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University for an open discussion to better understand the university’s plans for developing future engineering courses and the opportunities that can be afforded to graduates of said programs. This conversation will also provide opportunity for the leadership of our industry to engage with the a key institution as we continue to play a crucial role in the development and delivery of major projects across the Australian Capital Territory.

Hosted in an intimate setting to enable an open discussion, our Boardroom Lunch Series are for senior professionals and strategic thinkers wanting to participate in the conversations that are shaping our industry. 

As with all our Boardroom Lunches, places are limited to two representatives per member firm and are secured on a first-come basis. The event itself it run under the Chatham House Rule.


Date: Monday 17 June 2019

Time: 12:00 - 2:00 PM

Venue: Canberra CBD (venue details to be provided to confirmed attendees)

RSVP: Wednesday 12 June 2019

Cost: $160

Further information: Please advise of any dietary requirements at the time of registration.


Professor Elanor Huntington, Dean of Engineering and Computer Science, ANU

Professor Elanor Huntington is the first female Dean of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University. She is committed to raising the profile of Science and Technology in the community and is on mission to encourage young women to get involved in STEM related fields.

Professor Huntington was previously the Head of School for the School of Engineering and Information Technology at UNSW Canberra. Additionally she has served as Chief Investigator on several Australian Research Council projects, Program Manager for the ARC Centre for Excellence in Quantum Computational Communication Technologies and is an Honorary Fellow for The Institution of Engineers Australia. Professor Huntington has a long history of council and board contributions including previous service on the ACT Accreditation and Registration Council as well as currently serving on the Board of Significant Capital Ventures.

Professor Huntington holds a PhD (2000) in experimental quantum optics from the ANU. Her current research includes the control of quantum systems, with a particular interest in the interface between theory and applications.


This event is proudly sponsored by Rudds Consulting Engineers.