BOARD OF DIRECTORS
EXECUTIVE CHAIRMAN & INTERIM CEO
B Com (UNSW)
Kim was head financial analyst for Amoco Australia (money markets) and, subsequently, National Sales Manager/Fixed Interest for the stockbroker ANZ McCaughan Limited. Holding a Bachelor of Commerce from UNSW and 3 years training as an external auditor with Deloittes, Kim has worked for the last 30 years in Australian equity markets facilitating capital raisings, consulting on the quotation of numerous public companies on the ASX and restructuring debt and equity portfolios for businesses generally. Kim has served as a director on the boards of two ASX-listed public companies. As a director, Kim specialises in corporate governance, commercialisation strategy, facilitation of equity capital and regulatory compliance.
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR & COO
M Tech (IIT Chennai), PMI PMP, AI (MIT)
Sri is the CEO & Founding Director of Lorgan Pty Ltd, focusing on Artificial Intelligence Products in the areas of “Behavioural Science”, generating insights, predictions and identifying negative behaviour of individuals. He holds a Master of Technology from Indian Institute of Technology – Chennai, Certified in Artificial Intelligence from Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Certified Project Management Professional from PMI since 2004. Prior to Lorgan, Sri worked with Emagine International as a Global CTO & COO, handling a team 100 across Australia, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. In the past, Sri worked directly with Verizon in the capacity of Metrics and Analytics CoE Manager, leading large teams of size approx. 120 members with P&L responsibility. In addition to the above, Sri has worked with Infosys as a Regional Group Manager heading up the consulting, delivery and pre-sales arms of Infosys with a team size of 350 members covering the client base which included NAB, MLC, Telstra, Westpac, AMP, Canon. During his career, he has implemented quality system frameworks such as ISO 14001, 27001, CMMI, Lean and ITIL.
NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR LEGAL & COMPANY SECRETARY
BA/LLB (Hons) (UTas), M Tax (UMelb), Diploma in Corporate Finance (SIA)
David is a corporate lawyer with 30 years practice experience in Sydney, Hong Kong and Melbourne, including 25 years as a partner in firms in, first, Melbourne and, for the last 20 years, Sydney. He has extensive experience in private equity, fundraising and capital management transactions and in large-scale M&A transactions involving substantial and complex documentation and assets and large project structuring and implementation. He handles or manages all aspects of transactions, including structuring of the commercial deal, due diligence, negotiation of the final terms and documentation preparation. David has structured and advised on all legal aspects of large innovative capital raisings. David acts for a wide variety of private and public clients, advising at legal and strategic levels. David has been a director of several private companies and a director of public companies, including VeroGuard Systems Holdings Limited and eChoice Limited, an ASX listed company.
University of Wollongong
Professor Rozenfeld is an internationally recognised leading researcher dedicated to developing dosimetric instrumentation for radiation therapy of cancer and space radiation protection. He has set the direction of research and commercialisation in semiconductor radiation detectors for dosimetry in medical applications. He is an esteemed researcher, has attracted over $15 million in competitive research grants and is listed as the inventor of over 20 patents including MOSkin. He is the Founder and Director of the CMRP at UOW. He is a Chair of International Solid State Dosimetry Organization (ISSDO), Founder and General Chair of Mini-Micro and Nano-Dosimetry (MMND) and Innovative Technologies in Radiation Oncology (ITRO) international conference and General Chair of IEEE NSS MIC 2018 and served as a member of Radiation Instrumentation Steering Committee (RISC) IEEE NPSS.
University of Wollongong
Professor Michael Lerch is a founding member and Deputy Director of the CMRP at UOW. He applies his expertise in the electronic properties of semiconductors to the design and development of new, solid state based sensors and instrumentation for application in radiation medicine and space. He contributes to the CMRP and its extensive IP portfolio through patent co-invention, HDR student supervision and completion, journal publications, 2013-2018 ARC ERA submissions, research grant attraction and research contracts. By invitation, he was a co-CI on the successful funding proposal for the $26M ARC Special Research Initiative in Synchrotron Science (2012-2016). Together with other world leading experts, he is an internationally elected member of peak bodies such as the Radiation Instrumentation Steering Committee, NPSS, IEEE. He is also an invited member of the NSW Diagnostic Imaging Medical Physicist Training Program Steering Committee.
University of Wollongong
Associate Professor Petasecca completed his PhD at the University of Perugia, Italy, in 2005. He holds a degree in Electronic Engineering and in Physics. Since 2012, Associate Professor Petasecca has held a tenured position at the School of Physics, UOW. Although his background is electronic design and engineering, during his PhD program and Research Fellowship at INFN, Petasecca has become an expert in radiation-hardness and characterisation of radiation effects in microelectronic integrated circuits. Since 2007, when he joined the CMRP, Petasecca led the development of electronic readout systems used in the MOSkin detector technologies developed at the CMRP and their clinical testing. Marco has extensive experience in commercialisation of radiation research activities, the characterisation of radiation detectors using lasers, ion beams and spectroscopy sources and modelling of radiation damage in semiconductors.