Vic Grosjean A Chartered Engineer, holds formal qualifications in Electronics (Bachelors), in Mechatronics Engineering (Masters in Robotics) and Environmental Monitoring (Masters in Physics).
He was awarded the Bolloré Award in 2011, and IEEE Award in 2013 for his work in Ocean Engineering. More recently, Vic was selected to receive the UN Young Innovator Award. Vic is also “One of Six Rotary People of Action” to showcase his work at the United Nations in 2018.
A board member of the Australian Autonomous Unmanned System Association (AAUS) and Head of International Relations for an 8,000+ Engineer Network(ISEN), Vic also chairs the Institute of Engineering and Technology Victoria for the Young Professional Section (IET-YPS).
As a supporter of Rotary values and former President of Melbourne City Rotaract Club (MCRC), Vic has been providing an innovative approach to clean water. He is a leader and community educator who delivers projects to reduce water pollution on a global scale making a long-term difference for humanity. His career focus is to build collaboration between organisations to advance Engineering and preserve the environment with the ultimate goal of saving our oceans.