Australasian Association for Information, Communication Technology

Australasian Association for Information, Communication Technology

About

History

The Australasian Association for Information and Communication Technology is a technical society that aims to promote ICT within Australasia and support research, development and dissemination of outcomes through our journal the Australasian Journal of Information, Communication Technology and Applications and our conference the Australasian Telecommunication Networks and Applications Conference.

The technical society had its formation in the mid-1980s when a seminar series called the Australian Teletraffic Research Seminar was run on an annual basis. Out of this seminar series grew a network of research and industry professionals that continues to exist today. As the years passed by the network has changed but the goal remains and that is to support the growth of ICT within Australasia.

A new chapter begins in 2014 with the formation of the technical society and journal around the core conference activity which has continued and expanded to include New Zealand over the past decade.

The committee welcomes you to become a member of the technical society and to contribute towards the growth and sustainability of the association.

Meet the team

It began with the forging of the great rings of pixel power, three were given to those
who would use it to make beautiful designs...

Josh Humpton
Developer
Laura Thompson
Designer
Andrew Page
Project Manager
Susan Boyle
Marketing Manager
Jordan Joel
CEO
Chris Allen
Sales Manager
Neil Johnson
Business Development Manager
Chloe Livingstone
Office Doctor