Keep up-to-date with the global best practice in process piping from an international expert from the USA.
Parental Leave and Flexible Working Arrangements are valuable to both women and men. In Australia, cultural change is happening to normalise the access for everyone.
Designed for senior executives, this training course provides you with the tools to implement due diligence as part of good governance and a reliable, diligent and defensible approach to critical risks.
The NSW Chapter of the Society of Fire Safety (SFS) invites members and associated professionals to attend an upcoming Technical Information Session on Fire Safety Design for Timber Buildings
Are you a Graduate who would like to know how you can prepare for your Chartered journey?
Join Colin Randall, a mining engineer and a volunteer for the Naval Historical Society of Australia, for an informed discussion on Garden Island Tunnel Complex, built during World War II.
Hear from Industry experts about where the future of sustainable surface water management is heading in Australia.
Much has been said about the benefits of pervasive connectivity delivered through networking technologies on both business and our personal lives, but how is our security and privacy exposed by this very infrastructure? What are the emerging threats and how should businesses respond?
The series will focus on the career pathway, leadership experience and inspirations of prominent engineers in the local industry.
*Webinar Available* This event will discuss the results of a study performed for Subsidence Advisory NSW (SANSW) entitled "Newcastle CBD Mine Subsidence Model".
Software Defined Networking (SDN) is maturing rapidly. This talk sets the scene with a brief history of Software Defined Networking and how abstractions and protocols are being used to deliver SDN.
The Human Cochlea is a critical part of the human auditory system, serving as the main sensory organ that transforms the acoustic signal to a mechanical movement and thereafter to a neural signal.
Opportunities for use of drones and other methods of data collection, analysis and the new insights obtained.
Are you keen to get a good start on the second half of the year? To eat great food, connect with colleagues, and explore how necessity creates opportunity for innovation?
Join Engineers Australia's North West Regional Group in Burnie for the next installment of their popular Networking Breakfast Series.
This presentation explores potential CBTC level crossing design principles and how these may affect safety and operational performance.
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.
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.
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.
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