Congratulations to AMSI Research Committee Deputy Chair and former AMSI Director, Emeritus Professor Philip Broadbridge, who was recently awarded the 2022 ANZIAM Medal.
The most prestigious honour bestowed by Australian and New Zealand Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ANZIAM), the award recognises research achievement, impact on applied and industrial mathematics and contribution to ANZIAM.
An Emeritus Professor at La Trobe University, Professor Broadbridge was the Director of AMSI from 2005-2009, during which AMSI was awarded a $2M Collaborative and Structural Reform grant that funded a number of AMSI’s Higher Education flagship programs, as well as establishing APR.Intern. Phil was also presented with the 2008 Fast Thinking / Open Universities National Innovation Award in the category of science innovation on behalf of AMSI.
AMSI Director, Professor Tim Marchant, said the award recognised Phil’s enormous contributions and leadership within the Australian and New Zealand mathematics and statistics community.
“Phil was a driving force in key areas of development for AMSI and its vision for the mathematical sciences in Australia and New Zealand. We are delighted to see him recognised with the ANZIAM Medal for his outstanding leadership and contributions,” said Professor Marchant.