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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As Australia recovers from the devastation of bushfires and a pandemic, prosperity and sustainability must be inter… https://t.co/vBnvmMFlqb
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As computer systems upgrade and change, company security can become vulnerable. That’s why Renee Wootton believes… https://t.co/AKr9ECKdDX
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An app developed by a university student will allow engineers to quickly calculate metrics such as wind force on ve… https://t.co/YI2JkY2h6R
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Australian #engineers have developed a low-cost and accessible oxygen concentrator that will help less-developed co… https://t.co/cJDbjt3c6r
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Our reliance on computers means the fact of #cybercrime is more of a question of “when” not “if”. @WoottonRenee spo… https://t.co/n1CmDDKSm1
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“Roads don’t have to be ugly," says Dr Maxwell Lay HonFIEAust, the 84-year-old engineer behind some of Victoria's m… https://t.co/A80vIMUWLf
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With lighting in the containers designed to optimise plant growth, and sensors measuring temperature, humidity and… https://t.co/cAzVMJNWuS
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Cricket is an old sport that takes its traditions very seriously. That hasn’t stopped #engineers from dreaming up n… https://t.co/205xEYW8Hw
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Australian universities were also well-represented in the QS World University Rankings this year, with two making t… https://t.co/RcNhLryMV8
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The New South Wales government has announced that Sydney’s ‘third city’ will be named Bradfield, after the renowned… https://t.co/ycfJE5eXCF