Monthly Archives: October 2013
Engineers Australia has a range of opportunities available to both continuing and graduating engineering students. Opportunities for continuing engineering students Engineers Australia student membership – Engineers Australia offers free membership to continuing students studying accredited engineering degrees. Join now to receive unique services and resources to help you in the early stages of your career. […]
Congratulations to second year Bachelor of Mathematical and Computer Sciences with Bachelor of Finance student, Hanh Thu Luu, who was last week crowned South Australia’s International Student of the Year by Education Adelaide!
Elections of students to the University of Adelaide Council are currently underway. Voting is open for the election of two undergraduate students and one postgraduate student. For information on undergraduate student candidates, visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/governance/elections/council/undergraduate.html For information on postgraduate student candidates, visit: http://www.adelaide.edu.au/governance/elections/council/postgraduate.html How to vote Voting in the elections of undergraduate and postgraduate student representatives […]
Professor Mathai Varghese, Elder Professor of Mathematics in the School of Mathematical Sciences and Director of the Institute for Geometry and its Applications, has been elected Fellow of the Royal Society of South Australia (RSSA). The RSSA is a learned Society whose interest is in science, particularly, but not only, of South Australia. Learn more […]
Mr Peijun Guo, PhD Candidate in the School of Chemical Engineering and the Centre for Energy Technology, was last week awarded the Chris Fell Prize for the Best Student Paper presented at the annual Australasian Chemical Engineering conference (aka Chemeca 2013) in Brisbane. The winning paper was titled: “Hybrid Solar Gasification of Biomass in a Dual Fluidized […]
Want to improve your wellbeing, overcome problems, have fun and boost performance at uni? UniThrive is an informative and interactive new online resource designed by the University of Adelaide’s Counselling and Disability Services team with the aim of helping students ‘thrive’ using the principles and ideas offered by Positive Psychology. Learn more at www.adelaide.edu.au/uni-thrive/
Professor Derek Abbott, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, has been chosen as the most outstanding supervisor for 2013 by the University of Adelaide Graduate Centre’s selection committee for the prestigious Award for Excellence for Higher Degree by Research Supervision.
If you are an engineering student and you are intending to graduate in the April 2014 graduation ceremony, please be sure to lodge your completed Practical Experience Application forms with the Faculty Office (Level 1, Ingkarni Wardli) by Friday 25th October 2013. Please feel free to contact the ECMS Faculty Office should you require further […]
Congratulations to ECMS student Robbie Goedecke who was recently awarded a Certificate of Appreciation from Engineers Australia’s South Australia Division in recognition of the support he has given over the last year as Campus Coordinator and committee member of Young Engineers (SA). Robbie is currently a fourth year student studying a combined degree in Civil and Structural Engineering and Civil and Environmental […]
Engineers Australia is hosting a site tour of the newly developed Adelaide Oval. The guided tour will involve a viewing opportunity as well as a chance to ask questions about the project’s delivery. This presents a valuable opportunity for students of all engineering disciplines and levels, particularly those interested in the building and structural industries. When: Monday 14th October 2:00 pm – […]