ACEMS engagement is strategic and aligned to realise research relevance, engagement with key stakeholders, knowledge translation and impact. It is coordinated by a full time Stakeholder Engagement Officer and involves members across ACEMS professional, research and student members.
ACEMS engagement with internal stakeholders aims to:
ACEMS engagement with external stakeholders aims to:
The schemes illustrated in Figure 1 are a key part of enabling ACEMS engagement strategy and goals. These include:
The Industry Affiliate Program offers membership to external research collaborators, and provides a range of benefits additional to research, including planning sessions, events, news, access to schemes, networking, invitation to the ACEMS Retreat and recognition.
There were two new Industry Affiliate Members (IAM) welcomed to the Industry Affiliate Program and network in 2019, and seven renewed or proposed to renew memberships. Learn more about our Industry Affiliate Members here.
The Centre’s Industry Collaboration Support Scheme is designed to: support strategic initiatives, with particular emphasis on increasing ACEMS impact; facilitate collaboration with ACEMS Partner Organisations, Industry Affiliate Members and expand the reach of ACEMS’ research into industry; strengthen the Centre’s research objectives; and encourage cross-node collaboration and ECR development.
New ICSS applications
by a mix of PO, IAM and proposed new IAM -- approved to proceed with ACEMS (co-)funding
$97K+ in ACEMS funding approved for these new ICSS projects
In co-contributions were committed by external collaborators for these projects
Learn more about some of our External Collaborative Research Projects, several of which have been supported by the Centre’s ICSS funding scheme.