Monday, 19 October 2015

Paul Cleary elected Fellow of Australian ATSE

On behalf of MEI I would like to congratulate Dr. Paul Cleary, Chief Research Scientist at CSIRO Australia, on being elected a 2015 Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.

Paul is a well known figure at MEI's comminution conferences, where he excels in DEM presentations. For many years he has been a valued member of the Editorial Board of Minerals Engineering.

Paul (right) at Comminution '14
The election is extremely well deserved, as Paul is an outstanding talent in computational modelling and has delivered major impact through novel modelling methodologies, software tools and application to numerous industrial applications. His research standing has been built through novel developments in particle-based computational modelling and in using these to create fundamental insights into the flow of particles, fluids, solids and bubbles in complex multiphase systems. His research has had a significant impact on the development and worldwide adoption of particle-based methods for modelling fluid and particles flows.


  1. Barry

    Congratulations to Paul. His work with computational modeling has been very informative & calls into question many of the normal assumptions embedded in the modeling of comminution, screening, flotation, etc.


  2. Congratulations, Paul, for the well deserved Honour.


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