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.
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2017 Conferences and Events
The Australian Construction Achievement Award (ACAA) showcases and highlights the innovation and project skills of the best construction projects, delivered by the nation’s very best construction companies.
Now in its 20th year this prestigious award is the most significant annual event for the construction industry. The ACAA is supported by the industry’s leading constructors, manufacturers, professionals and industry partners.
|When:||4 May 2017|
Coasts & Ports 2017 will explore the theme ‘Working with Nature’, which recognises the need to design and operate projects that places the natural environment at the forefront of the project.
Coasts & Ports is the major conference in the Australasian region and will bring together engineers, planners, scientists and researchers to focus on the technological, scientific, policy, planning and design issues related to our diverse and developing coasts.
|When:||21-23 June 2017|
MESC brings together government departments, consultants, suppliers and key industry decision makers within the electrical field to hear technical presentations on all matters relating to electrical safety within the mining industry.
INCOSE’s Annual International Symposium is the largest worldwide annual gathering of people who do systems engineering for six days of presentations, case studies, workshops, tutorials and panel discussions.
The program attracts an international mix of professionals at all levels, and includes practitioners in government and industry, as well as educators and researchers.
The benefits of attending the Symposium include: the opportunity to share ideas; network; build competency; pursue certification; contribute to the advancement of the profession through collaboration on tools, processes and methodologies; learn about new offerings in training and education; and forge new partnerships.
|When:||15-20 July 2017|
The theme for Chemeca 2017 is “INNOVATION THROUGH SCIENCE & ENGINEERING” and celebrates the pivotal role of chemical engineers and industrial chemists in creating new knowledge and translating it into trailblazing technologies that enhance our quality of life.
|When:||23 – 26 July|
This conference will showcase developments within Project Controls across all industries and sectors and will appeal to company owners and executives to understand how their businesses could improve efficiencies and productivity.
Presentations will focus on the theme Improving maturity in Project Controls – keeping investments on track in three key areas – People, Process and Technology.
|When:||20 – 22 September 2017|
Discover Australia’s rich engineering history at the 19th Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference which will explore the theme ‘Putting Water to Work’.
From the steam power that opened Australia’s inland waterways to navigation in the 19th century to the nation-building irrigation and water supply schemes.
|When:||9-13 October 2017|
The Sustainable Engineering Society (SENG) national conference ‘Sustainable Cities’ will focus on engineers’ and other professionals’ contributions to developing resilience to climate impacts and other environmental challenges in major urban and regional cities. Themes will include the built environment, transport and congestion, waste management and energy efficiency and security. Keynotes will include a ’state of the climate’ presentation, as a context for identifying and developing risk minimisation strategies and pathways for attaining a net zero carbon emissions economy.
|When:||18-19 October 2017|
'Challenging Underground Space: Bigger, Better, More' is the theme for the 16th Australasian Tunnelling Conference. Expand your thinking with practical and invited presentations focussing on latest developments, innovations and project case studies on the use of underground space.
|When:||30 October – 1 November 2017|
The premier conference in this field within Australia and New Zealand, it will cover all aspects of hydraulics including: Hydraulic Structures; Stormwater and Dam Hydraulics; Fundamental Hydraulics; River and Coastal Hydraulics as well as Computational Fluid Dynamics and Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics methods.
|When:||13-16 November 2017|
In 2017 the 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Medical and Biological Engineering (APCMBE) will be held in conjunction with the Australian Biomedical Engineering Conference (ABEC). Don’t miss this opportunity to discuss the central role biomedical engineering plays in modern healthcare with international and national experts in the field.
Engineers Australia College of Biomedical Engineering recognises the diverse nature of the work of biomedical engineers and is looking to celebrate this during these joint conferences. The College will bring together all branches of biomedical engineering into one conference venue to focus on the role engineering has to play in improving health care outcomes.
|When:||20 - 22 November 2017|
There has never been a more exciting time to be working within the Australian energy industry. With rapidly evolving technology and increased community engagement, Australia has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to transform the grid as we know it into the grid of the future. EECON 2017 will bring leading industry influencers to Melbourne to discuss, collaborate, and innovate towards a brighter future – don’t miss out on this tremendous opportunity to discover and debate the future energy blueprint of tomorrow.
Call for abstracts are now open.
|When:||22-23 November 2017|
The 9th Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics (ACAM) aims to provide an international forum for researchers, industry practitioners, engineers and postgraduate scholars to promote, exchange and disseminate recent findings on contemporary and wide-ranging topics in Applied Mechanics.
|When:||27-29 November 2017|