National Committees

Groups that focus on specific aspects of engineering disciplines.

Engineers Australia's National Committees complement Colleges by serving as the detailed counterpoint to their broad discipline focus. With a view of specific aspects of major disciplines, Committees allow for unique discussions, streamlined events, and focalised advocacy.

Delve into the pages below to learn more about the Committees and Panels of Engineers Australia.

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RT @younghygienist: The largest contribution to the body of knowledge on #silica dust control in #tunnelling is about to be officially laun…
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'Denim jeans could be transformed into artificial cartilage for joint reconstruction thanks to advanced textile rec… https://t.co/Mnbc7mXHpR
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Since joining Boeing as a graduate, Linda Hapgood has worked on major projects including the 747 and the 787 progra… https://t.co/6Zl2KqgbZJ
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The Government and Opposition are promising to give scientists a greater voice in policy discussions. But Engineers… https://t.co/sBLUgz2Cxt
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  • @EngAustralia - 3 days ago
A @Deakin University team has found an unexpected material that can be used to produce synthetic cartilage: old den… https://t.co/6tSKTpKu9J
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  • @EngAustralia - 3 days ago
ICYMI: Will it be possible to create a self-driving car that never causes accidents? https://t.co/Yg9SQ8BvbU
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  • @EngAustralia - 4 days ago
Only a few days left to submit your abstract for the World Engineers Convention (WEC) 2019. Submissions close this… https://t.co/Y95zNXsgf4
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  • @EngAustralia - 4 days ago
Executive General Manager of Strategy and Transformation, Brent Jackson, was also recently quoted in a recent… https://t.co/ZIj4v07iGg
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  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
Congratulations to Structural College Chair Karlie Collis FIEAust CPEng NER for representing @EngAustralia on ABC N… https://t.co/kgU5ugLETe
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  • @EngAustralia - 4 days ago
Our Executive General Manager of Strategy and Transformation, Brent Jackson talks to @australian about a new report… https://t.co/NJe05Yjcod
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  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
Check out these robots learning to build with lego https://t.co/pxkEIF9W7B
  • Engineers Australia
  • @EngAustralia - 5 days ago
ICYMI: The human user must always be kept at the forefront of any design https://t.co/8vT5XOTKPU