Alumni are former students who have attended an Australian Science Innovations Summer School, Spring School or have represented Australia at the International Science Olympiad, Asian Physics Olympiad or International Junior Science Olympiad. Check out our Honour Roll.

These dedicated and distinguished students go on to become remarkable people at the forefront of scientific developments, initiatives and breakthroughs. They enjoy flourishing and diverse careers across arts, sciences, politics, business, and law.

If you are an Alumni from the above ASI programs or teams, who would like to register for our Alumni program, or update your details, please email We would love for you to advocate and network on our behalf, volunteer and work as program staff, and tell your stories.

Featured Alumni

  • Matthew Sorell – 1987 IPhO

    Dr Matthew Sorell was surrounded by science from a young age and became an electronics enthusiast before he was ten years old. “We moved to Adelaide in 1977 when my father started as a laboratory manager at Flinders University, previously he’d been a physics teacher and then medical physicist,” he says. “My mother was a […]
    Matthew Sorell – 1987 IPhO image
  • Madeleine Barrow – IPhO 2010

    What did you study, or are currently studying, at University? I completed a Bachelor of Science in Physics with Honours at Yale University in 2015. I’m currently completing my PhD in financial econometrics at Monash University. My thesis focuses on flash crashes in financial markets, where the price of a security rapidly changes before reverting […]
    Madeleine Barrow – IPhO 2010 image
  • Casey Handmer – 2005 IPhO

    Dr Casey Handmer grew up in NSW’s rural Central Coast, surrounded by the bush, the sea, and animals. “I remember learning about Pythagoras’ theorem and my father reading a book called The Mad Scientists’ Club,” he says. Casey has always been attracted to bold, ambitious projects and seeks the toughest intellectual challenges. For the proud […]
    Casey Handmer – 2005 IPhO image