22 Dec 2014A YES vote on February 20 will allow us to choose the best people to lead our organisation from our entire membership, and under new governance, Engineers Australia will be unstoppable.
17 Dec 2014The December 2014 Leaky Pen Newsletter is out!
11 Dec 2014Be proud and be bold!
11 Dec 2014This year’s engflick competition, an annual event hosted by Young Engineers Australia to showcase the influence of engineering on the community, was won by two chemical engineering students. Announced at the 2014 engflick Film Festival, part of Convention 2014, the stand-out short film Engineered...
11 Dec 2014Three young members of Engineers Australia have been named among the most employable students in the country in the inaugural GradConnection Top 100 awards for 2014. Tom Perfrement, a chemical engineering student at the University of NSW was one of five students who won the top accolade. He worked...
Engineers Australia Tasmania Division is based in Hobart and has approximately 1,300 members. The Division runs a number of events and activities throughout the year.
The first edition for 2013 of Tasmania’s Division monthly newsletter has been released in print and online, and is very different in appearance to previous editions. This special edition, for February 2013, can be found online here. The printed version of the newsletter will be arriving in the mailboxes of Tasmanian members later this month.
Tasmania Division's Monthly Newsletter is changing to an electronic format!
29 Jan 2015The world is producing such enormous amounts of data per year today that people are getting familiar with terms such as “petabyte” (one million gigabytes) and “exabyte”. Board discussions now include big data and the internet of things, but few know how to extract value from the collected data...
2 Feb 2015The University of Tasmania's School of Architecture and Design, Launceston is continuing its long tradition in excellence in timber design and in learning by-making with the 2015 Australian Timber Design Workshop (ATDW).
15 Feb 2015"Transitioning to The Future – A Flexible, Agile industry Adapting to Meet Customer Expectations for the Provision of Energy."
18 Feb 2015Dr Mark Diesendorf, Associate Professor and Deputy Director of the Institute of Environmental Studies at the University of New South Wales, Sydney.
19 Feb 2015Panel discussion on "Tasmania's Renewable Energy Resource - should we use it to attract business or export as a commodity?"
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