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The Australian National University

Professor Michael Cardew-Hall

BSc(hons) Mech Eng (Nottm), PhD, DIC (Imperial), CEng FIMechE, CPEng, FIEAust
Pro-Vice Chancellor (Innovation)
T: 02 61250330

Areas of expertise

  • Innovation And Technology Management 150307
  • Numerical Analysis 010301
  • Cad/Cam Systems 091001
  • Pattern Recognition And Data Mining 080109
  • Records And Information Management (Excl. Business Records And Information Management) 080708
  • Composite And Hybrid Materials 091202
  • Flexible Manufacturing Systems 091002
  • Decision Support And Group Support Systems 080605
  • Materials Engineering 0912
  • Automotive Engineering 0902
  • Manufacturing Engineering 0910
  • Manufacturing Processes And Technologies (Excl. Textiles) 091006

Biography

Professor Michael Cardew-Hall is Pro Vice-Chancellor (Innovation & Advancement) at ANU.

He is a Chartered Engineer and a Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Institution of Engineers Australia.  He has held technical and management positions with GEC and Rolls-Royce Aero Engines in the UK prior to joining the ANU in 1993.  He has been an active researcher in the area of CAD, Computer Aided Manufacture, application of machine learning and knowledge based systems to manufacturing and optimisation of manufacturing processes, in particular sheet metal forming.  Much of this work has been carried out in collaboration with industry partners, particularly in the automotive sector. 

He has ongoing interest in technology transfer, commercialisation and industrial policy and has been involved in a number of spin off start up companies.

Professor Cardew-Hall has held the position of Head Department of Engineering, Deputy Dean, and Acting Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University. 

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Projects and Grants

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