The Australian Technology Network comprises five Australian universities, based in the five mainland States of Australia.
With 40,000 students, QUT is a highly successful, energetic and innovative
university with a strongly applied emphasis. QUT courses are in high demand,
and graduates have excellent job and career outcomes. Most research involves
Professor Peter Coaldrake AO - ATN Chair
Curtin University is Western Australia's largest university
with over 31,000 students. It takes its name from the former Prime Minister
of Australia from 1941-1945, John Curtin. Curtin University of Technology is
a world-class, internationally focused institution.
Professor Jeanette Hacket AM
The University of South Australia is an innovative and successful institution with a distinctive profile. It is committed to educating professionals, creating and applying knowledge and serving the community.
Professor David Lloyd
RMIT University has grown to become one of the largest in the country, with 63,000 students. RMIT offers more than 950 vocational and higher educational programs across a broad range of fields. Traditional strengths such as engineering, business and IT sit beside popular contemporary fields including life sciences, communications and fashion.
Professor Margaret Gardner AO
The University of Technology, Sydney is an Australian university with an
international focus. The University contributes to the advancement and
integration of knowledge, professional skills and technology, and their
intelligent, sustainable and enterprising application for the benefit of
Professor Ross Milbourne
Each university is represented by its Vice-Chancellor (President) and the current chair is Professor Peter Coaldrake AO.
In addition to the core membership of Vice-Chancellors, the ATN has several established working groups.