Under the Joint Technical Program (JTP), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) South Australia and Northern Territory Local Network is staging the Student Papers Night that forms the state final of the Present Around the World (PATW) competition. PATW is the IET’s presentation competition for the final year student projects, recent graduates, apprentices and young professionals aged 18 to 30. The purpose of the competition is to give young engineers the opportunity to enhance their presentation skills, conveying complex technical information to mixed technical and non-technical audiences.
Each individual student presenter will be given 10 minutes for his or her presentation, and a maximum of 5 minutes allowed for questions. There will be a marking panel of three judges. Results will be announced on the evening. The winner will receive a cash prize and the opportunity to present at the PATW National Final in 2019, the winner of which will present at Asia Pacific PATW Regional Final later in 2019. Second place will also receive a cash prize.
- Marcelo Botelho – System Control Engineer, Air Warfare Destroyer Alliance
- Benjamin McCarl – Biomedical Design Engineer Consultant, Austofix
- Matthew Morgan – Fire Service Engineer, Lucid Consulting
- Rachel Leung (Adelaide University) – Bifacial solar farms: Modelling, design, manufacturing and testing.
- Michael Perry Crisp (Adelaide University) – Optimizing Geotechnical Site Investigations for best overall cost and reliability.
- Hooman Mehdizadeh Rad (Charles Darwin University) – Designing of thin film organic solar cells for optimal photovoltaic performance.
- Mohish Payala (Charles Darwin University) – Enhancing the efficiency of organic solar cells using quantum dots.
- Tiffany Teh (Flinders University) – A design to improve the performance of a six degree of freedom stewart platform for biomechanical testing: from hexapod to hepta-robot.
- Shannon Deale (Flinders University) – Electrical Stochastic Resonance System: Design of a miniaturised electrical stochastic resonance device.
- Adam Troy Sutton (University of South Australia) – Understanding the interaction between nanoparticles and natural organic matter.
- Jasvir Bahl (University of South Australia) – Patient-specific musculoskeletal models to estimate hip joint loads before and after total hip replacement.
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