The Awards evening will involve a sit-down dinner at a prominent location(TBA) in Sydney on Oct. 19th (6 - 9pm, smart casual attire). The evening will include the Annual Service Science Oration delivered by the Guest of Honour. The evening will also include presentations by the Award Finalists, as well as the announcement of the Awards.
The Service Science Society has been established to build the scientific underpinning of services to create the necessary innovations for a productive and well-grounded service economy in Australia. The Service Science Society hopes to achieve this through the support of world-class research in services, undergraduate and post graduate service science education and policy assistance for innovations in the service economy, for the purpose of increasing the productivity and fostering the development of service related industries. The membership of the Service Science Society is open to both individual and corporate members who want to support this vision and to be involved in the further development of the service economy in Australia.
Dr Ian Oppermann is CEO and Chief Data Scientist of the NSW Data Analytics Centre. Prior to this, he was the founding Director of CSIRO’s Digital Productivity and Services Flagship, and Director of CSIRO’s ICT Centre, the unit responsible for addressing major scientific challenges in wireless communications, robotics, information theory, environmental sensing and eHealth. Before that, he held senior leadership positions in Europe and Australia, including at Nokia and Nokia Siemens Networks. Dr Oppermann is regarded a thought leader in Digital Economy and is a regular speaker on “Big Data”, broadband-enabled services and the impact of technology on society. He has contributed to six books and co-authored more than 120 papers that have been cited over 3200 times. Dr Oppermann has an MBA from the University of London and a PhD in Mobile Telecommunications from Sydney University. He is a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and Institute of Engineers Australia. https://www.finance.nsw.gov.au/ict/nsw-data-analytics-centre/our-people
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Organizations can self-nominate, or can be nominated by others who recognize the value of the innovations in question. To nominate, send an email to: email@example.com contaning the following:
1. The organization being nominated
2. The name, address, phone and email of a contact person within the organization being nominated.
3. The name, address, phone and email of a nominator. For self-nominations, this can be the same person as in item 2.
4. A brief description of the innovation (no more than 300 words).
5. A brief justification of the nomination (what is the impact of the innovation, how does it represent a significant departure from the status quo, what are its future prospects, and more generally: what makes this worthy of this Award). (No more than 400 words)
Alternatively,you can use the form below. Finalists will be contacted for additional detail if necessary.
Nominations close 5th of October
|Nominations||Submission Deadline||Results Date|
|Before October 5, 2017||TBA|
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