Awards Open for Nomination

ENGINEER OF THE YEAR AWARDS

2019 nominations are now open. Nominations close Friday 31 May 2019.

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NOMINATE NOW: Professional and Young Professional Engineer of the Year

NOMINATE NOW: Technologist and Associate of the Year

 

AUSTRALIAN TUNNELLING SOCIETY (ATS)

ATS David Sugden Young Engineers Writing Award

In 2004 the Australasian Tunnelling Society (ATS) started the David Sugden Young Engineers Writing Award to encourage young engineers to develop the art of technical writing.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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BIOMEDICAL COLLEGE AWARDS

David Dewhurst Award

The David Dewhurst Award is awarded annually to a member of the Biomedical engineering team who has made a significant contribution to the discipline.

Women in Biomedical Engineering Scholarship

The Women in Biomedical Engineering Scholarship acknowledges and promotes a female Biomedical Engineer who is making an outstanding contribution to her profession and professional community.

Young Biomedical Engineering Conference Paper & Poster Prize

These prizes are given to young biomedical engineers based upon their paper or poster presentation at the Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference (ABEC). Students are required to submit an abstract through the ABEC Conference 'Call for Abstracts' site. During this process the nominee is to specify which prize they are submitting the abstract for.

Nominations close Monday, 16 September 2019

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AUSTRALIAN AND NEW ZEALAND FEDERATION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS AWARDS OF EXCELLENCE

Chemeca Medal

This is the most prestigious award in the chemical engineering profession in New Zealand and Australia. It is awarded to a prominent New Zealand or Australian Chemical Engineer who has made an outstanding contribution, through achievement or service, to the practice of Chemical Engineering in its widest sense and who continues to serve the profession. The recipient of the Award is invited to present a plenary lecture at the annual Chemeca conference.

Caltex Award

Recognising outstanding achievements in the teaching of chemical engineering. The candidate must be a member of Engineers Australia, IChemE, Engineering New Zealand or RACI. This award is sponsored by Caltex Australia Petroleum Pty Ltd.

ExxonMobil Award

This award recognises the application of ingenuity and technical knowledge in developing practical solutions to problems or opportunities. The candidate must be a member of Engineers Australia, IChemE, Engineering New Zealand or RACI

This award is sponsored by ExxonMobil.

Fonterra Award

Recognises outstanding contributions in the industrial application of novel technology in the bioprocessing field from a chemical engineer in New Zealand or Australia. Achievements may be in a technical or management field. The candidate must be a member of Engineers Australia, IChemE, Engineering New Zealand or RACI

This award is sponsored by Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited.

IChemE Safety Centre Award

Recognises an organisation that has an exemplary record in implementing process safety best practice and improvements to reduce major hazards and risks. Entries may include a structured programme – such as HAZOP, PHR, PSM – or technology to minimise risk in operating practices and human factors. The winner of this Award can qualify as a finalist for the IChemE Global Process Safety Award.

This award is sponsored by the Institution of Chemical Engineers Safety Centre.

The Chemical Engineering Research Excellence Award Sponsored by University of Sydney

This award recognises significant ongoing contributions to chemical engineering research through innovation, related publications or high impact commercial outcomes.

This award is sponsored by University of Sydney.

The thyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions Medal & Prize

Recognises practical services to the profession and to the practice of chemical engineering in New Zealand or Australia. Achievements may be in technical, marketing or management fields. Nominations can be made either by individuals themselves or by nomination from others. The candidate must be a member of Engineers Australia, IChemE, Engineering New Zealand or RACI and must be under 40 years of age.    

This award is sponsored by thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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CHEMICAL COLLEGE AWARDS

John A Brodie Medal

The John A Brodie Medal is named in honour of Mr J A Brodie, who was Chief Engineer with Union Carbide. He established the reputation as a leading industrial innovator in Australia, having been responsible for the design and construction of polyethylene film extrusion units, the manufacture of bakelite and a continuous crystallization plant known as the Brodie Purifier. He won several international awards for his inventions, and he also won the Prince Philip Award for Australian Design. Mr Brodie was a Councillor of the Institution from 1967 to 1971.


The John A Brodie Medal is awarded by Engineers Australia for the best paper in the discipline of chemical engineering presented at the Chemeca Conference, at any other conference sponsored by Engineers Australia or at a Engineers Australia Chemical branch meeting.

ENGINEERING HERITAGE AUSTRALIA AWARDS

Colin Crisp Award

Colin Crisp Award perpetuates the memory of Colin Crisp, who was a structural engineer well known for his work in the conservation of heritage structures. This project award is given for excellence in the conservation and recording of items of heritage significance; in recording engineering accomplishment and the development of technology; or in education and raising awareness in engineering heritage.

John Monash Medal

The medal was approved by the Board (then Council) in 1976 and perpetuates the memory of Sir John Monash, who is recognised as Australia's greatest military commander, and who was an engineer of exceptional and diversified talents.
This annual medal recognises outstanding contributions made by individuals towards increasing the awareness and conservation of Australia's engineering heritage.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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Award of Merit

Engineering Heritage Australia established in 2003 an award called the Award Of Merit for Engineering Heritage. This award compliments the Monash Medal, which is an award for "outstanding achievement in Engineering Heritage".

The Award of Merit is aimed at recognising and showing appreciation for outstanding service to people who make significant contributions to the cause of engineering heritage, in a variety of ways, mostly as volunteers and often over many years

Nominations are always open

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ENVIRONMENTAL COLLEGE AWARDS

Young Environmental Engineer of the Year Award

The Young Environmental Engineer of the Year award is presented by the Environmental College of Engineers Australia to acknowledge and reward young environmental engineers who have engineering competence, demonstrated leadership skills including leadership of teams, positive/notable outcomes from their engineering work, creativity/innovation and provided community service to industry, the profession and/or society

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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GENDER DIVERSITY AWARDS

Most Ambitious Company in Gender Diversity

Most Encouraging Student or Non Profit Group in Gender Diversity

Most Outstanding Company in Gender Diversity

The Gender Diversity awards promote national engineering excellence and the contribution women in engineering make to the community. These awards seek to identify, recognise and reward companies that strive towards national engineering excellence in encouraging gender diversity.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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MECHANICAL COLLEGE AWARDS

AGM Michell Medal

The AGM Michell Medal perpetuates the memory of Anthony George Maldon Michell (1870-1959), an outstanding Australian Mechanical Engineer. This Medal is presented annually by the Mechanical College Board upon the recommendation of its Executive Committee, the latter having invited Confidential Nominations accompanied by supporting documentation.

Sir George Julius Medal

The Sir George Julius Medal perpetuates the memory of Sir George Julius who practised in Sydney as a consulting engineer in the mechanical/electrical field. One of his best-known achievements was the automatic totalisator before the days of electronics.
The medal is awarded to the author(s) of the publication in the field of mechanical engineering judged to be the best of those submitted for consideration. The publication may be for a paper, group of related papers, book or monograph.

Young Mechanical Engineer of the Year Award

This Award recognises the achievement and contribution of a young mechanical engineer, technologist or associate in the profession of mechanical engineering. Specifically, the level to which the nominee has enhanced the public image of mechanical engineering and/or their contribution to the volunteer activities of Engineers Australia; and the excellence and commitment shown to Continuing Professional Development, in particular to the attainment of their Chartered Status.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON AUTOMATION, CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION (NCACI) AWARDS

Undergraduate Thesis Prize in Automation, Control or Instrumentation

This prize recognises individual excellence in undergraduate project work in automation, control and instrumentation (ACI) engineering. The award aims to encourage undergraduate interest in ACI Engineering, enhance student knowledge and application of ACI Engineering disciplines and encourage academic participation in ACI Engineering as part of undergraduate education.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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NATIONAL COMMITTEE ON COASTAL AND OCEAN ENGINEERING (NCCOE) AWARDS

DN Foster Award

In recognition of Doug Foster's contribution to Australian coastal engineering, the National Committee on Coastal & Ocean Engineering created the Doug N. Foster Memorial Fellowship Fund in September 2001.

The award is presented to encourage engineering students to pursue career opportunities in coastal and/or ocean engineering. Up to four Awards will be offered to students who are in their two final year of their first engineering degree at the time of the Australasian Coasts & Ports Conference (on a biennial basis).

Each student winning an Award will receive free registration and up to $1,000 worth of travel and accommodation to attend the Australasian Coasts & Ports Conference’.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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Kevin Stark Award

The Kevin Stark Memorial Award was established in 1993 in honour and memory of the Late Professor Kevin Percy Stark of James Cook University, following his untimely death in 1989. The Award recognises excellence in coastal and ocean engineering, especially from a multi-disciplinary approach.
This award was established to foster and encourage excellence in coastal and ocean engineering in Australia across the full range of professional practice, research and teaching.

Applications for the Kevin Stark award are undertaken during the process of submitting an abstract for the biennial Australasian Coasts & Ports Conference.

For more information please email about the Kevin Stark Award please email: [email protected] 

STRUCTURAL COLLEGE AWARDS

John Connell Gold Medal 

The John Connell Gold Medal is named after John Connell, principal and founder of John Connell and Associates. John Connell is considered to have made an outstanding contribution to the practise of structural engineering in Australia and to exporting Australian engineering skills to Asia in the 1970s and 1980s.
This Medal is presented to an eminent structural engineer who has made a significant contribution to the standing and prestige of the structural engineering profession.

RW Chapman Medal 

The RW Chapman Medal was first awarded in 1935 and perpetuates the memory of Sir Robert Chapman, a former Professor of Engineering at the University of Adelaide and a member of the inaugural Council of the Institution.
This medal is awarded for the paper submitted which satisfies the criteria in the previous calendar year.

Nominations close Thursday, 2 May 2019

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