CSIRO is Australia’s national science agency and one of the largest and most diverse research organisations in the world. CSIRO has 5,500 talented people working at more than 50 sites across Australia and internationally. The organisation is in the top 1% of global research institutions for 15 of 22 scientific discipline fields, and the top 0.1% for four fields including Geosciences and Environment & Ecology. World-renowned successes include WiFi, the Hendra vaccine and polymer banknotes.
CSIRO is a world leader in resource research, working in partnership with industry, government, OEMs, METS and universities in Australia and overseas, and delivers breakthrough innovation across the mining value chain, with a proud track record of industry innovation. Among CSIRO’s many inventions, our sensing and automation technologies have removed mine workers from hazardous areas and resulted in significant increases in productivity. Addressing industry’s greatest challenges, CSIRO’s research aims to benefit Australia and the world by growing the resource base, improving safety and productivity, and driving social and environmental performance through innovative science and technology.
For more than 125 years, AusIMM has been the peak body and trusted voice for all people working in the resources sector. AusIMM shapes careers, develops leaders and connects professionals. The organisation’s strength lies in its people, their commitment to the industry and our commitment to providing opportunities for them to lead and professionally develop in their chosen field. AusIMM represents a global community of 13,000 members in 100 countries working in all areas of mining, from management and technical roles through to consultants and suppliers.
AusIMM has a long history of producing industry leading technical and leadership conferences to thousands of resources professionals each year. Priding themselves on delivering events of the highest quality, AusIMM provides professionals in the resources industry with the opportunity to advance their professional development, increase their knowledge and competency and expand their industry networks. They do this for the benefit of members, ensuring they remain connected and continue to uphold high professional standards for the benefit of the community and the resources sector.