Join the Australian Tunneling Society and the Australian Geomechanics Society for a discussion on geotechnical databases from around the world, the process of creating the QGD, and the opportunities for its growth in support of development and research in Queensland.
DST is developing SCADS, an autonomous swarming framework that supports 'data-ferrying' to allow the exchange of user information when end-to-end connectivity cannot be achieved.
The process of risk assessment is so fundamental not only to the role of the engineer, but also to the successful functioning of a business. Drawing on his considerable experience in leading and reviewing risk assessments, Ian will deliver ‘in the round’ – a warts and all session in which the audience can expect to learn a thing or to, do a thing or two, and perhaps leave with a renewed appreciation for what ‘good’ can look like in the risk assessment process.
This talk will illustrate the important part played by engineers to enable large industrial processes to function. Guests will learn about the complex nature of aluminium smelting and the problems of ensuring that there is always electricity to keep the aluminium in the smelting pots liquid.
Join the Australian Energy Market Operator experts on all things gas, Robbie Flood and Nicole Dodd, who will explain the complexities of how our gas market works to match supply and demand, and look at the challenges currently encountered in Eastern Australia's gas supply
In your career so far, you would’ve learnt an array of skills across multiple areas. You would’ve also learnt that the “soft skills” are often the most important and usually the hardest to learn.
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In celebration of EA’s Centenary year, bringing together emerging professionals and senior executive leaders over breakfast to discuss the Past, Present & Future of engineering.
Gain the knowledge and skills to successfully apply safer design practices throughout end-to-end engineering and design processes.
This is a film for the whole family, celebrating the work done by engineers past and present, whilst inspiring the engineers of the future
June 23rd celebrates International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) – an international awareness campaign aimed to raise the profile of engineering as an amazing and rewarding career for women around the globe. And to celebrate, we want you to post a profile of an amazing female engineer you know, or it may be you, to help us promote these exciting careers to the female engineers of tomorrow. The theme for 2019 is #TransformTheFuture.
Keep up-to-date with the global best practice in process piping from an international expert from the USA.
Learn how to improve project outcomes and strengthen your capabilities to address some of the high risks commonly associated with managing projects.
Engineers Australia members and guests are invited to join us for an informal morning tea as part of the International Women in Engineering Day (INWED) - a celebration of the outstanding achievements of women engineers throughout the world.
This technical presentation will cover the development and deployment of Automatic Train Protection (ATP) across the Sydney electrified heavy rail network.
ATP provides train over speed protection all across the network as well as approach to high risk turnouts, deficient signal overlaps and buffer stops.
Tim Smith OAM showcases a range of projects associated with his work across State Government Heritage management in NSW and Victoria, and his extensive 30-year volunteer projects from Turkey to Greece and the Middle East.
A number of Australian railway engineers and operators have been assisting the Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation India Limited (DFCCIL) and its contractors to build and implement the grand vision of linking important commercial centres in India with railway infrastructure.
Discover Engineering is a free forum for high school students years 7-12 interested in learning about engineering as a career choice.
Discover Engineering Day will include activities aimed at giving high school students a taste of skills required for the engineering profession as well as guest speakers from university students and engineers.
One-day training course on the latest edition of the mandatory Australian Standard for electrical installations.
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