David McClelland recipient of Australian Academy of Science Medal

Thursday 11 March 2021 10am

Professor David McClelland is awarded a prestigious medal by the Australian Academy of Science The Thomas Ranken Lyle Medal. Prof. McClelland received this recognition for his life-long contributions in the advancement of gravitational wave research and his key role in leading the Australian gravitational wave community in the international LIGO project and the first detection of gravitational waves in 2015. 


Dr Sareh Rajabi
E: Sareh.Rajabi@anu.edu.au
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