Engineers Australia National Conferences
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.
Join the national conversations on transport, infrastructure, defence energy and leadership. For the first time Engineers Australia are bringing together leaders from around the country to tackle the critical challenges and opportunities facing your industry.
Leaders from across these industries will descend on Brisbane this November to discuss the dynamics that will shape the future of engineering. The program of speakers is developing every day with David Morrision AO and Dr Alan Finkel AO already scheduled to deliver keynote addresses.
Throughout the conference a number of panel and stream sessions will be held where we have secured Phillip Davies, CEO, Infrastructure Australia, Marita Cheng, Founder of Robogals, Holly Ransom, CEO Emergent Solutions and Karen Andrews MP, Assistant Minister for Science, Federal Member for McPherson to lead the conversations.
The Australian Engineering Conference will provide the perfect platform to network with industry leaders, colleagues, and members of the engineering community.
To be part of the conversations, secure your spot at the premier event: the Australian Engineering Conference 2016.
To keep up to date on ausengcon 2016 visit the website.
|When:||23 - 25 November 2016|
RISK 2016 Conference
Following the successful RISK 2014 Conference held in Brisbane, Australia, the Executive Committee of Risk Engineering Society (RES) invites you and your colleagues to attend its RISK Engineering Conference on 18-20 May 2016 at the Swissotel Sydney, NSW, Australia.
The theme for the RISK 2016 Conference is
“Risk & Opportunity in a State of Development”
Whether you are interested in learning the latest risk management techniques, simply mastering the basics or to network with other successful practitioners in the field of risk management, the RISK 2016 Conference is a valuable opportunity to be a part of risk the engineering community.
Organised and managed by lead industry practitioners and academia, the national RISK 2016 Conference is the only conference of its kind balancing practical case studies, comprehensive options, future educational topics as well as high level strategic risk management applications and implementation.
Australia as a nation is undergoing serious changes and challenges in many areas – such as geopolitical, infrastructure extension and renewal along with climate change ramifications – with issues such as adaptation and resilience becoming common catch-cries. Sydney is currently seeing many large infrastructure developments such as Sydney Metro, Sydney Light Rail, North Connex, WestConnex, and Badgerys Creek Airport. The ‘development’ in the theme is intended to cover any or all of the issues alluded to above, with the understanding and management of risk being an essential element of any such development.
Chartered Professional Engineers are required to undertake Continuing Professional Development (CPD) with at least 10% of their CPD credits being risk-related. Participation in this conference will count towards this requirement and it may also count towards CPD for many other professionals.
I look forward to welcome you at the RISK 2016 Conference as an active member of the risk engineering community.
Ian Ackland FIEAust CPEng
Chair of the Organising Committee,
Risk Engineering Society, Sydney Division
|When:||18-20 May 2016|
|When:||17-19 May 2016|
The Conference on Railway Excellence (CORE) is hosted by the Railway Technical Society of Australasia. The Railway Technical Society of Australasia (RTSA) is a joint Technical Society of Engineers Australia and IPENZ New Zealand, formed to further the interests of the railway industry at large and its individual participants.
The activities of the RTSA are directed towards providing leadership for the facilitation and coordination of professionalism in the railway industry and the encouragement of member contributions to the application of railway technology and good management practices. The objectives of the RTSA are, to stimulate the active contribution and participation of its members in the development and dissemination of railway technology and management knowledge, so to support the business of the railway industry, to provide for the continuing professional development of its members and to promote close working relationships amongst participants in the railway industry.
RTSA provides an exciting and convenient portal to the technical world of railways.
It provides opportunities to learn and network with peers and also the opportunity to attend conferences and site events.
|When:||16-18 May 2016|
12th International Conference on Bulk Materials Storage, Handling and Transportation (ICBMH2016)
12th International Conference on Bulk Materials Storage, Handling and Transportation (ICBMH2016) organised by the Australian Society for Bulk Solids Handling under Engineers Australia.
The conference will be held this year from 11-14th July in Darwin CBD at the Doubletree by Hilton, The Esplanade. Traditionally the conference has been run alternating between the University of Wollongong and University of Newcastle in New South Wales. This is the first time the conference has been taken to another Australian destination.
Darwin was picked partly as a drawcard for potential international delegates but also because of its established ports facilities and mining industry.
It is hoped that the event being held in Darwin will also draw in local engineers and professionals working in the greater bulk materials handling industry.
Engineers Australia supported by the Electrical Committee in Newcastle will host the fourth Australian Down to Earth Conference.
This fourth conference continues the DTEC tradition as the premier Earthing Conference in the Oceanic region and provides opportunities for:
- Earthing specialists to present their recent experiences and the latest advances
- Electrical contractors to share installation, maintenance and testing practices
- Engineers to publish peer-reviewed technical papers
- Asset owners, regulators, educators, and interested engineers to increase awareness of issues significant in the field and discuss how they are being handled
- Earthing practitioners, past earthing course attendees and people new to the field to get together and share experiences
- Suppliers and consultants to showcase their capabilities and products.
|When:||13th – 15th September|
Mark 25-28 September 2016 in your diary for Chemeca's return to Adelaide to explore this year's theme, Chemical Engineering - Regeneration, Recovery and Reinvention.
Chemeca is the annual conference for the Australasian community of chemical and process engineers and industrial chemists to learn and share industry knowledge, experience, ideas and insights that help the industry continue to grow.
The call for papers is now open and the technical committee invites contributions to the programme.
|When:||25 - 28 September 2016|
Engineers Australia in conjunction with the College of Biomedical Engineers will host the Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference.
The College of Biomedical Engineers is for members of EA who work closely with medical practitioners, health-industry professional, and vehicle and safety equipment manufacturers to enhance human life.
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 Engineers managing all aspects of the health technology lifecycle; Rehabilitation Engineers taking lead roles as front line clinicians in assessment, design and manufacture of assistive technology for people with disabilities; engineers in industry developing and manufacturing medical devices; engineers 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.
Abstracts are due on the 23 May 2016. Further details of the conference, submission of abstracts and registration are available on the conference website.
|When:||30 October – 2 November|
Mark 21 & 22 November 2016 in your diary for Australian Systems Engineering workshop in Brisbane supported by Systems Engineering Society of Australia (SESA)
The 2016 ASEW will bring together leading technical, research, government and industry delegates from around Australia and overseas. SESA is the leading professional body for sharing, promoting and advancing complex Systems Engineering within Australia
The call for papers is now open and the technical committee invites contributions to the programme.
|When:||21 - 22 November 2016|
ASEC 2016 – Australasian Structural Engineering Conference – The Roles of Structural Engineers
The Australasian Structural Engineers Conference (ASEC) is an initiative of Engineers Australia Structural College. It aims to promote Structural Engineering and exchange ideas for advancing the profession among practising structural engineers, students, academia and industry. ASEC’s heritage dates back to 1983, growing a reputation for its practical and research coverage of all things in structural engineering. The conference has been held in various cities in Australia and New Zealand with different themes, attracting up to 500 participants to each conference. Conferences held since 2000 are:
|2001||Bridges to the Future||Gold Coast|
|2005||Preserving and Building into the future||Newcastle|
|2008||Engaging with Structural Engineering||Melbourne|
|2010||Innovative Community Building||Sydney|
|2012||The Past, Present and Future of Structural Engineering||Perth|
|2014||Structural Engineering in Australasia – World Standard||Auckland, NZ|
|2016||The Roles of Structural Engineers||Brisbane|
ASEC2016 will be held in Brisbane, at the world-class Brisbane Exhibition & Convention Centre (venue for the 2014 G20 World Leaders Summit) from 23 to 25 November 2016
|When:||23-25 November 2016|
CAMS 2016 – Advancing Materials and Manufacturing
CAMS 2016 is set to be an exceptional interdisciplinary technical meeting, covering the latest advancements and technological innovation in the field of materials science and engineering. Featuring world-renowned invited speakers, an intensive scientific program with various concurrent streams, and a veritable smorgasbord of networking events, it is sure to inform, engage and excite delegates.
|When:||6-8 December 2016|