Governance

Members

NICTA is a company limited by guarantee. Its members comprise:



NICTA's alliance partners are:



NICTA’s five research laboratories are located in Sydney, Canberra, Melbourne and Brisbane. In Sydney, NICTA’s Executive Offices and one research laboratory are located at the Australian Technology Park (ATP) in Eveleigh. Another research facility is located at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Kensington campus. The Canberra laboratory is located on London Circuit, Canberra City. The Melbourne facility is at the University of Melbourne campus, and the Brisbane laboratory is located at the University of Queensland.

Advisory Committees

Two external advisory groups also support the board with senior international membership:

  • International Scientific Advisory Group (ISAG) and
  • International Business Advisory Group (IBAG).
2013 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ADVISORY GROUP MEMBERSHIP

Mr Duane Zitzner, HP, Executive Vice President, Retired
Mr Narayana Murthy, Infosys, Chief Mentor Officer and co-founder of Infosys
Mr Bob Bishop, Silicon Graphics, Vice Chairman and former CEO
Ms Heather Killen, Hemisphere Capital, Founder and Managing Partner
Dr Ya-Qin Zhang, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation

2013 INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE ADVISORY GROUP MEMBERSHIP

Dr Jean Vuillemin, Ecole Normale Superieure & former Scientific Director, INRIA
Prof. Dieter Rombach, Fraunhofer Institute for Experimental Software Engineering, Executive Director; and Director of ICT Cluster
Prof. Jeffrey Ullman, Stanford, Professor Emeritus of Computer Science
Dr Stuart Feldman, Google Labs East Coast, Vice President Engineering
Sir Michael (Mike) Brady
Dr Herve Gallaire (2013 guest member) Xerox, former CTO

ISAG IBAG member biographies.

Under the influence of these advisory groups, NICTA’s strategic research and commercial initiatives are constructively scrutinised by leading international figures.

Funding 

National ICT Australia is funded by the Australian Government as represented by the Department of Communications and the Australian Research Council.