Engineers Australia National Conferences
|CAMS 2016||6 - 8 December 2016|
|17th Australian International Aerospace Congress||26 February - 2 March 2017|
|Coasts & Ports 2017||21 - 23 June 2017|
|APCBME / ABEC 17||17-19 July 2017|
|Project Controls Conference||20-22 September 2017|
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.
|When:||6th - 8th December 2016|
|When:||26 February - 2 March 2017|
The Coasts & Ports Conference series is the pre-eminent forum in the Australasian region for professionals to meet and discuss issues extending across all disciplines related to coasts and ports.
The conference theme "Working with Nature" reflects the increasing recognition of the need to design and operate projects from a perspective that places the natural environment at the forefront of the project, to benefit the community and nature.
Coasts & Ports 2017 will bring together engineers, planners, scientists and researchers to Cairns, to focus on the technological, scientific, policy, planning and design issues related to our diverse and developing coasts.
|When:||21-23 June 2017|
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Biomedical Engineering is an integral part of modern health care. Biomedical Engineering teams bring their skills to a broad range of fields ranging from Clinical Engineering managing all aspects of the health technology lifecycle; Rehabilitation Engineering taking lead roles as front line clinicians in assessment, design and manufacture of assistive technology for people with disabilities; engineers and technicians in industry developing and manufacturing medical devices; and leading or supporting standards development, review and implementation across the health care sector; through to researchers working closely with other clinicians or industry partners to develop new technologies and procedures.
|When:||17-19 July 2017|
Project owners, contractors and the wider community all benefit when capital projects are delivered on time, within budget, safely, and with the required quality. Across Australia, especially in NSW, the engineering profession is in the middle of an explosion in infrastructure spending with a circa $70 billion spend planned over the next 5 to 10 years. With this surge in investment, alongside significant opportunity, comes the well-known risk of cost and time overruns. Project Controls is a central part of the solution here, encompassing as it does, all the competencies for control of cost and time, including estimating, budgeting, planning, scheduling, trend analysis, risk management, change control, forecasting and, most of all, effective and transparent communication. This conference will provide you with insights from case study examples, workshops, and training opportunities, together with access to software and consulting providers who will present their developments, and opportunities for you to network and promote ideas to enhance Project Controls within your region.
|When:||20 – 22 September 2017|