CMS People

CMS Organisation Structure

CMS is a collaboration between UTAS and CSIRO, composed of a Director, a Deputy Director, an Executive Support Officer, and researchers and students from across a wide variety of disciplines and institutions. CMS is overseen by a Steering Committee.

Members

CMS includes researchers from across a variety of disciplines and institutions.
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Students

CMS hosts postgraduate students, and some undergraduate students, from a variety of disciplines and institutions.
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Steering Committee

Our Steering Committee is composed of members from CSIRO, and the different institutions and schools within the University of Tasmania that form part of CMS, as well as a representative from AAD, and two independent representatives from government and industry.
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Visiting Scientists

Scientists and students from all around the globe have spent time in Hobart working with CMS researchers on a wide range of projects.
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Alumni

CMS alumni are CMS students who have finished their degrees. Many are employed in different roles in academia, government and industry, but some are now early career researchers affiliated to the centre.
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Providing excellence in research and research training

The Centre for Marine Socioecology (CMS) was officially opened in November 2014 with joint funding from CSIRO and the University of Tasmania to appoint three research fellows and four PhD students. The success of the Centre has seen it rapidly expand beyond this initial group of young researchers, with 36 PhD students, 3 undergrad students and over 75 researchers now associated with the Centre.

This multi-disciplinary group has come together in true inter- and transdisciplinary ways to support the Centre’s
vision and mission.

BUILDING CAPACITY TO PROVIDE SKILLS AND SOLUTIONS FOR INDUSTRY, GOVERNMENT AND THE COMMUNITY
M A R I N E S O C I O E C O LO GY. O R G
University of TasmaniaInstitute of Marine and Antarctic StudiesCSIRO Department of the Environment
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