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WA School of Mines Alumni Kalgoorlie Graduates Dinner

Congratulations on your graduation!

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to the WA School of Mines Alumni Kalgoorlie Graduates Dinner on Friday 25 May 2018, following your graduation ceremony.

This event is a wonderful opportunity to connect with industry, to hear from Curtin University’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor Deborah Terry AO and keynote speaker, Michael Ottaviano, CEO and Managing Director, Carnegie Clean Energy, and to honour your fellow graduates from the class of 1968 as they celebrate their 50 year anniversary. 

We will also recognise high achieving students, celebrate the 2018 WA School of Mines Alumni Life Members and present a number of other awards.

We hope you can join us for this special celebration.

Event details

DATE

Friday 25 May 2018

TIME

7pm - late

WHERE

WA School of Mines Graduates Hall
50 MacDonald Street
Kalgoorlie WA 6430

TICKET

2 complimentary tickets (graduating student plus 1 guest)
Additional tickets - $85 per person (18+)
or $42.50 (under 18)

RSVP

By Friday 18 May 2018

 

Register now

Keynote speaker

Michael Ottaviano

Dr Michael Ottaviano
CEO and Managing Director, Carnegie Clean Energy

Michael has led Carnegie for the past ten years, taking the business from an aspirational wave technology developer to a world leading energy project innovator. Carnegie is the owner and developer of the patented CETO system, a leading wave energy generation technology, having operated the only successful grid-connected wave project in the world. Michael also drove Carnegie's expansion into the solar and renewable microgrid sector, making it the only ASX-listed company with a dedicated renewable energy microgrid project design, delivery and financing capability. 

Michael has been responsible for raising close to $200 million in equity, debt and grant funding.  Prior to Carnegie, he worked in research and development and consulted in technology and innovation management.  He has advised companies on new product development, intellectual property and technology commercialisation across various industries, ranging from start-ups to large multi-nationals. 

Michael is a former Board member of the Clean Energy Council, Australia’s clean energy peak industry group, and a member of the Australian Government’s Energy White Paper Committee. He is also a founding director of ASX-listed wearables company, Nuheara, and a board member of Screenwest, Western Australia’s film and TV funding and development agency.

Michael has a Bachelor of Engineering from Curtin University, a Master of Science from Hamburg University of Technology and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Swinburne University of Technology.