Engineers Australia will be celebrating an extremely proud milestone throughout 2019: Our Centenary.
One of EA Northern’s strategic priorities is to connect and build trusted relationships with our Northern neighbours. This year has seen advancement throughout a number of projects in Australia’s northern neighbour: Timor-Leste.
Over the last 30 years, Italy's iconic leaning Tower of Pisa has been helped back onto its feet by civil and structural engineers who have recently reduced its tilt by a further 4cm.
Delivering over 200 Professional Development events, supporting tomorrow’s engineers and recognising new Chartered members, Fellows and EngExec: 2018 has been a hugely successful year for the Victorian Division.
The Victorian Government remains committed to a registration system for engineers in Victoria.
Here’s your chance to showcase your work at the World Engineers Convention 2019.
2018 was an active year for the South Australian Division. Reflect on our achievements here – from welcoming new Fellows, Chartered Professional Engineers, Companions and EngExecs, to delivering programs for students, graduates and potential engineers, and recognising member achievements throughout the year.
South Australia's Planning, Development and Infrastructure Act 2016 introduces the Accredited Professionals Scheme. With the objective to “…lift the performance of, and improve confidence in, professionals undertaking functions across the planning system”, Engineers Australia is advocating for the associated draft regulations to better reflect the needs of the engineering profession.
For the first time in a number of years, Engineers Australia South Australia recently honoured three new inductees to the Hall of Fame at a celebration in early December.
Under the Australian Government’s New Colombo Plan, Engineers Australia Northern Supporters GHD will further the career of one of the Northern Territory’s brightest emerging engineers.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Major population growth and an increase in public sector spending have dramatically increased the need for sustainable engineering practices - a trend that shows no sign of slowing.
Researchers at CSIRO are working on a carbon fibre recipe that is 20% stronger than what is currently available worldwide, and hailing it as a game changer for Australia.
This edition of Member Spotlight highlights the engineering experience of Simon Tong FIEAust CPEng, current Hong Kong Chapter President.
When 24 U-trough beams needed to be transported across Melbourne on the back of large trucks, civil engineers were called in to monitor the weight impact and any possible damage on six different bridges along the journey.
Harry Roberts, UAE Chapter President discusses the importance of an engineers role in society.
As part of the UNSW Women in Engineering Awards, the university has awarded the Ada Lovelace Medal for Outstanding Woman Engineer to EA Honorary Fellow, Professor Judy Raper, a chemical engineer with expertise in air and water pollution control.
Friday 28th September saw a combined total of 60 members of Engineers Australia and Engineers Ireland come together for a technical session and networking night centered around ‘Engineering Principles of Water Management and Drought from an Australian Perspective’. A relevant topic for both Ireland and Australia.
A big hearted engineer in Victoria is making prosthetic hands at no cost to their recipients, by investing his redundancy payout and crowd-funding for equipment and software.
Engineers Australia's Qatar Chapter hosted their third anniversary celebration dinner on Wednesday 31st October at the Hilton Doha.
A program aimed at inspiring the next generation of micro engineers is starting to pay off for an advanced manufacturing hub that develops products across a range of industries.
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