Conferences

Providing opportunities to build knowledge, network and maintain CPD.

Engineers Australia hosts over 20 national and international conferences each year. Attending conferences provides opportunities to develop technical expertise, learn about industry trends, connect with thought leaders, build your professional network and maintain your CPD.
 
Each conference also provides the unique opportunity for organisations to raise awareness of their products, services and brand via bespoke sponsorship and exhibition packages.
 
For more details please contact nationalevents@engineersaustralia.org.au

10th International Conference on Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD 2018) is being held in conjunction with Hydropolis 2018. The focus of WSUD / Hydropolis 2018 is “Creating Water Sensitive Communities” and aims to challenge delegates thinking and knowledge, and expand their views on what represents urban water management best practice and its vital role in developing our future communities.

When: 12 - 15 February 2018
Where: Perth, WA
Website:  wsud2018.org.au

Gender equality is a key part of Engineers Australia’s diversity strategy and our International Women’s Day events provide us the opportunity to collaborate with industry and individuals to collectively bring about change. Join us to celebrate at one of our three International Women’s Day events taking place in Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney next March. 

Melbourne: 7 March 2018
Brisbane: 8 March 2018
Sydney: 9 March 2018
Website: engineersaustraliaiwd.com.au

 

EECON 2018 will explore the theme “Connected Futures – The power of working together”. Bringing industry leaders together to share the rapid developments impacting electricity participants from market operators through to customers. This conference continues the discussion from EECON 2017 in Melbourne and examines industry and customer developments in adopting and integrating technologies to deliver sustainable, affordable and reliable energy.

When: 5 - 6 April 2018
Where: Brisbane, QLD
Website:  eecon2018.com.au

 

The Conference on Railway Excellence is the premier technical event in the Australasian rail conference market and will examine the theme ‘Rail: Smart, Automated, Sustainable’ for 2018.

When: 30 April - 2 May 2018
Where: Sydney, NSW
Website:  core2018.org

Systems Engineering and Test Evaluation Conference

The need to manage complexity is now commonplace in almost all fields of undertaking. Both government and industry need to address the development and sustainment of complex systems for aerospace, defence, energy, infrastructure, telecommunications, and transport.

Consequently, a systems approach is required for the conception and implementation of effective and efficient system solutions. Systems engineering provides the essential framework, methods and tools required to solve complex problems and to develop and sustain complex systems.

Come to SETE 2018 to share, to learn and to be inspired.

When: 30 April - 2 May 2018
Where: Sydney, NSW
Website: sete2018.com.au

The National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF) is hosting the sixth national Climate Adaptation Conference (CA18) focused exclusively on climate impacts and adaptation. In 2018 this conference is partnering with Engineers Australia to incorporate Practical Responses to Climate Change.

When: 8 - 10 May 2018
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  CA18 

 

The Australian Construction Achievement Award reflects the development of a culture within the construction industry, which strives for world’s best practice.

The winner of the 2018 Australian Construction Achievement Award will be announced at the Presentation Event at The Crown Melbourne on Thursday evening 24 May 2018.

Hosted by the Australian Constructors Association and Engineers Australia, this major event will give the finalists the opportunity to showcase their work to their colleagues in the industry, the media, government representatives, sponsors and clients.

When: 24 May 2018
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  acaa.net.au

The Australian Engineering Conference aims to bring together all areas of the engineering profession, with national and international keynote speakers inspiring delegates and influencing the future direction of engineering in Australia. It is the flagship event for the engineering profession, attracting a diverse range of delegates from around the country. Be part of the Future of Australian Engineering. 

When: 17-19 September 2018
Where: Sydney, NSW
Website:  ausengcon.com.au

The Australasian Structural Engineers Conference (ASEC) is an initiative of Engineers Australia Structural College and aims to promote Structural Engineering and exchange ideas for advancing the profession among practising structural engineers, students, academia and industry.  ASEC’s has growing a reputation for its practical and research coverage of all things in structural engineering.

When: 26 - 28 September 2018
Where: Adelaide, SA
Website:  aseconference.org.au

The 47th Chemeca will be held in Queenstown, New Zealand during September 2018. The theme for is Chemical Engineering in Australasia - chemical engineers from Australia and New Zealand will gather to share their insights and innovations relevant to chemical engineers across the wide range of industries we work in.

When: 30 Sept - 3 Oct 2018
Where: Queenstown, NZ
Website:  chemeca2018.org

The theme for the Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium 2018 (HWRS 2018) is “Water and Communities”. During the conference, internationally respected and local speakers will reflect on advances to date and highlight the opportunities and challenges to come in the areas of water engineering, hydrology, hydrogeology, research into and management of water resources.

When: 3 - 6 December 2018
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  hwrs.com.au

ICCM22 is organised by the Australian Composite Structures Society, which is a technical society of the Institution of Engineers Australia.

When: 11 - 16 August 2019
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  iccm22.com

Coasts and Ports 2019 is the initiative of the National Committee for Coastal and Ocean Engineering, Engineers Australia, PIANC Australia and the Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ): an amalgamation of the 24th Australasian Coastal and Ocean Engineering Conference and the 17th Australasian Port and Harbour Conference.

When: 10 - 13 September 2019
Where: Hobart, TAS
Website:  coastsandports2019.com.au

The International Congress on Engineering and Food (ICEF) is a quadrennial event, which has been established as the major event in Food Engineering and related fields over the last 50 years.

The congress will highlight opportunities for engineering innovations across the food supply chains to add value and enable the sustainable manufacture of healthier food products for the global markets. Other relevant topics featured in congress the program include food security, novel food processing technologies, food systems engineering and modelling, food properties and packaging, nutrition and health, food education, food engineering innovations in Australasia, and many more.

The Congress is presented by the International Association for Engineering and Food (IAEF) with support from Engineers Australia and the Australian Food Engineering Association (AFEA) and the Australian Institute of Food Science and Technology (AIFST).

When: 22 - 26 September 2019
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  icef13.com

 

The World Engineers Convention is held every four years and is the “Olympics of engineering’”. Delegates will have a unique opportunity to hear from experienced engineering leaders from around the world on a wide range of technical and leadership topics.

WEC 2019 is being co-hosted by Engineers Australia and the World Federation of Engineering Organisations.

When: 18 - 24 November 2019
Where: Melbourne, VIC
Website:  wec2019.org.au

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