Communities and Groups

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Engineers Australia Communities and Groups

Engineers Australia is home to over 100,000 members from the full range of engineering occupations and at all career stages. Our members’ interests are as diverse as their backgrounds and skills. Wherever you sit in the broad world of engineering and whatever your passions, this is a place for you to connect with like-minded peers.

Our Colleges and National Committees cover a wide area of engineering disciplines. We have Special Interest Groups that empower key member segments. Technical Societies are fantastic groups for driven engineers, each with their own technical focus, history and dedicated participants.

For a better understanding of the many communities that make up Engineers Australia, explore the pages below. For region-focused networking check out our Divisions and Regional Groups.

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Antarctica is one of the most hostile environments on Earth, but it’s nothing compared to what this autonomous vehi… https://t.co/mahQMBW9dY
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“As a result of this evolution or development, one of the most important things is the safety in design, which was… https://t.co/rzuoGhYu8Y
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Driving is key to independence for many older people and is essential for daily tasks. To help older drivers make i… https://t.co/k4GENSyKPE
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@UQ_EAIT #engineering students have designed and built a rocket that will blast off next year — and hopefully set a… https://t.co/qc2w8ESPPa
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“There needs to be more exposure on what engineers can do, not just what they do, but what they can do,” says, Alex… https://t.co/IJlyYKHQ6q
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Register now for our ‘Pathways to Becoming a Registered Engineer’ information session to understand your registrati… https://t.co/YlROPbhGZm
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@Swinburne Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Bronwyn Fox, has spent many years improving the efficiency of new materials. Now… https://t.co/4CljEHjvXD
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Engineers from @RMIT University have developed an eco-friendly, zero-cement concrete that all but eliminates corros… https://t.co/LYlO8JUapT
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Alexandra Radulovich believes that to encourage young boys and girls into the profession we need to expose them to… https://t.co/6PSpwWZKLC
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Trialling new medicines typically involves extensive in vivo testing using animal models. But a new technology crea… https://t.co/ZicFOcIuzk
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As 2020 Canberra Young Engineer of the Year, Alexandra Radulovich, climbed the ranks she became concerned that ther… https://t.co/rYVz7kyWjd
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The Recognition Awards celebrate the contribution engineers make to the community by recognising individuals who ha… https://t.co/sAZfh6kaFd