Engineers Australia National Conferences
For further information on the program, or to obtain more details on a particular event, please contact the National Events Manager, Mirerva Holmes.
The National Events Team for Engineers Australia works in consultation with College Boards, National Committees, National Panels, Technical Societies and Special Interest Groups as well as with internal stakeholders to deliver over 50-60 international and national conferences, more than 50 award programs including 5 gala awards, the national eminent speaker series', seminars and SIG events.
The conference program averages 20 conferences a year, ranging from annual conferences of 60-750 managed in-house through to major international congresses of more than a 1000 delegates. It works in partnership with other kindred bodies and seeks to further the engineering profession by delivering high level CPD to its members and associates through exceptional meeting management. Events are managed by the highly experienced National Events Team internally as well as with professional conference organisers.
3rd ASEAN Australian Engineering Congress 2015 (AAEC 2015)
Many countries are facing unprecedented economic conditions. Engineering and technology skills are of immense value to ensure countries can sustain and develop their international competitive advantage. Against this we’re facing a decline in young people who wish to pursue engineering careers at differing entry levels.
The theme Engineering the Knowledge Economy: Collaboration, Engagement & Employability wishes to challenge the education, industry and government sectors to develop a cohesive, systemic process that enables learners to engage and develop into world class engineers.
|When:||11 - 13 March 2015|
|Where:||Marina Bay Sands, Singapore|
22nd International Conference on Telecommunications (ICT 2015)
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Sydney is the capital of New South Wales and is graced with one of the most beautiful harbors in the world. Sydney is known for its harbor lifestyle and fantastic beaches, which contribute to a relaxed atmosphere that pervades the city. It is an ideal place for scientists and engineers from around the world to gather and share their ideas.Telecommunications networks are advancing to a new era to support the unprecedented growth of the internet and cellular network usage for communications and information services. Therefore, the aim of ICT 2015 is to gather world-class researchers to share their ideas and progress on solving the future challenges that the telecommunication networks face.
ICT 2015 will feature world-class plenary speakers, tutorials and regular and special technical sessions from academia, research laboratories, government and industry to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of wireless and cable telecommunications network, services and applications.
|When:||27 - 29 April 2015|
Dynamic EcoLibrium - Sustainable Engineering Society Conference (SENG 2015)
The Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG) is holding its next national conference on the 9 - 10 September 2015 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
SENG plays a significant role in Engineers Australia - the peak engineering body with over 100 000 members – whose Code of Ethics requires engineers to act in the interests of community and sustainability ahead of sectional interests. The theme of ‘Dynamic Eco-librium’ highlights the importance of maintaining healthy, balanced dynamic activity in both the economy and ecosystem. Themes for the conference include:
- Energy – renewables, efficiency, effectiveness
- Resources – water, land, food, biosphere, minerals
- Waste and Consumption – avoiding, reducing, reusing, recycling
- Infrastructure – planning, design, construction, operations, economics
- Leadership – A vision/plan for a sustainable future, equitable society, externalities
|When:||9 - 10 Sept 2015|
International Conference on Coal Science & Technology 2015 (ICCS&T 2015)
15th International Conference on Coal Science and Technology marks the first time the conference will be held in Australia, a country with a rich coal history. The goal of the conference is to bring together the academic, industrial and government communities to exchange ideas, concepts and innovations for the shared purpose of facilitating coal research advances.
Unlike the previous conferences, the 2015 edition will bring a different dimension aligning the conference with APCChE & CHEMECA.
The ICCS&T, APCChE and CHEMECA are working together on some exciting keynote speakers presenting combined plenary sessions. Each conference will still run their own scientific program.
|When:||27 Sep - 01 Oct 2015|
Asia Pacific Confederation of Chemical Engineering Congress 2015 (APCChE 2015) - incorporating Chemeca 2015
APCChE 2015 will provide an excellent platform for chemical engineers and researchers to showcase their latest research and technologies. It will give opportunities to share vision with some prestigious leaders from industry, government and academia to discuss solutions to the grand challenges humanity faces, such as energy, water, food and the environment.
|When:||27 Sep - 01 Oct 2015|
The ATS Tunnel Design & Construction Short Course 2015
The Australasian Tunnelling Society (ATS) is pleased to announce that the Tunnel Design & Construction Short Course is to be held again in 2015. This year the course will be held in Brisbane over three consecutive days in October. The format will be two days of presentations on topics related to tunnel design and construction and the third day a series of short practical workshops at Brisbane’s Mount Coo-tha Quarry. The course will be supported by a social program developed to give the opportunity for course delegates to meet with ATS committee members and experienced tunnelling engineers of the Australian tunnelling industry. The course is open to members and non-members of the ATS and Engineers Australia.
Australasian Tunnelling Society is a Technical Society of Engineers Australia and affiliated with Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy, the Institute of Professional Engineers New Zealand and the International Tunnelling Association (ITA).
The Australasian Tunnelling Society (ATS) aims to advance the knowledge of the Australasian Tunnelling Industry through areas of design, construction and utilisation of underground space, including technical aspects, health and safety, and ecologically sustainable development. The ATS is jointly sponsored by Engineers Australia and the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM).
|When:||7 - 9 October 2015|
Asia Pacific International Symposium International on Aerospace Engineering (APISAT 2015)
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We are pleased to announce the 7th Asia-Pacific International Symposium on Aerospace Technology (APISAT) which will be held in Cairns, Australia, on 25 – 27 November 2015. Since the inception of APISAT in 2008 by the national aerospace societies of Korea (KSASS), China (CSAA), Japan (JSASS) and Australia (RAeS Australian Division), APISAT has become the prime forum for aerospace research and development in the Asia-Pacific region. Northern Queensland boasts many sites of natural splendour, such as the tropical rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef, and it will be an excellent backdrop for the conference. The organisation is a joint effort by the RAeS Australian Division and Engineers Australia.
|When:||25-27 November 2015|
36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium (HWRS 2015)
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We invite you to Hobart, Tasmania for the 36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium to be held 7-10 December 2015 at the Grand Chancellor.
This event, hosted by Engineers Australia and its National Committee on Water Engineering, is Australia’s leading symposium devoted to hydrology and water resource.
|When:||7-10 December 2015|
18th Australian Engineering Heritage Conference
The 18th Australian Engineering Heritage Conference is to be held in Newcastle, NSW, hosted and organised by the Newcastle Division of Engineers Australia and Engineering Heritage Australia.
The conference is being held in Newcastle at a time of rapid change.
|When:||7-9 December 2015|