The asset management industry’s future leaders were celebrated as recipients of the illustrious 2010 Asset Management Council Student Awards.
The Awards Dinner at Adelaide’s Hilton was held in conjunction with the ICOMS Asset Management Conference and attracted over 200 of the industry’s leaders and practitioners in asset management and maintenance.
This year, the Student Awards attracted its highest number of entries to date, with entries submitted from around Australia and abroad.
Flying all the way from Canada to attend the Awards dinner function and to accept her Award in person for the 2010 Postgraduate Research Award category, was Sharareh Taghipour from the University of Toronto. Nominated by Professor Andrew Jardine, Sharareh impressed the judges with her submitted paper to the ICOMS Asset Management Conference titled “Periodic Inspection Optimization Models for a Repairable System Subject to Hidden Failures.”
Paul Websdane, nominated by Ray Beebe from Monash University, accepted the 2010 Postgraduate Student Award for the highest average grade for those completing the Masters of Maintenance and Reliability Engineering degree.
Taking out the Undergraduate Student Award category for 2010 was Samantha Haines, nominated by Associate Professor Melinda Hodkiewicz, from the University of Western Australia. Samantha completed an honours thesis to develop a nationwide Asset Management Plan for Compressors for the APA Group, Australia’s largest natural gas infrastructure business.
Congratulations to all of the Student Award recipients. All recipients received a complimentary 2010 ICOMS Asset Management Conference registration, a framed certificate, a $500.00 cheque and honorary Asset Management Council membership valid for twelve months.
Submissions to the 2011 Student Awards will open shortly.For more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org.