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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How brewing coffee is helping engineers gain better understanding of layered liquids. A latte is surprising becaus… https://t.co/hmCXf4Ff0c
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Well done, Mark! https://t.co/8QhjFzrU2d
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Check out VCE Systems Engineering students' work featured in Top Designs 2017 https://t.co/dOZuB88qmQ
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A new character is joining the Mr Men and Little Miss series - a female engineer. Via @BBCNews https://t.co/RYdGBNIrO4
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A better way to see through walls https://t.co/ERvN7Cu0pA https://t.co/Eo840d4xKG
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Young Engineers WA is looking for enthusiastic and passionate young engineers to volunteer their time to sit on the… https://t.co/KahBv6wkgW
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Pioneering Engineer Dr Gunilla Burrowes receives Honorary Fellow Status https://t.co/r8QpO8bgqd https://t.co/oz5uag3WRq
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ICYMI Infrastructure boom unveils massive job shortage @2GB873 @3AW693 #Engineers Australia's Chris Stoltz on #jobs… https://t.co/wH3t0T9dn9
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Researchers develop tiny electronic 'tweezers' that can grab biomolecules floating in water with incredible efficie… https://t.co/bFnMOoYBBW
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RT @Aurecon: #Engineers must develop a new skill set, says @KouroshKayvani https://t.co/sGEBwJ96Hh via @create_digital_ @EngAustralia
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Australian Governments looking at use of telematics in transport https://t.co/SDE5e0OCYr https://t.co/axY7rVwEJM