Dr. Russell Boyce
FAIAA, Professor, Chair for Intelligent Space Systems
Professor Russell Boyce holds the position of Chair for Intelligent Space Systems and Director of UNSW Canberra Space – Australia’s largest and leading space mission, research and education team. On the one hand, he has built and led teams pursuing game changing technologies across a three-decade career, firstly in hypersonics and scramjets, and now in the development of artificial-intelligence-enabled space systems. This has included five satellites across four missions to date, the latest being the intelligent formation flying satellite mission M2 for RAAF. He played a significant role in the establishment of the Australian Space Agency, and is Australia’s only living Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. On the other hand, he is a graduate of INSEAD’s flagship Advanced Management Program and of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, and is passionate about the art of strategic yet personal leadership in an increasingly complex world.
Symposium: Space Jobs Offer Opportunity to Boost Nations
Originally aired: April 20, 2023