When: Wednesday 5 December 2018 Time: 7-8pm Where: The Braggs Lecture Theatre, North Terrace campus, the University of Adelaide Speaker: Professor Étienne Ghys, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France Title: The shape of our planet Earth: a mathematical challenge! During this year’s meeting of the Australian Mathematical Society in Adelaide, French mathematician Professor Étienne Ghys will […]
Congratulations to PhD student Yazan Arouri from the Australian School of Petroleum, who has been awarded the prestigious Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) KA Richards Scholarship. The scholarship was established in 1989 to encourage professional development to benefit the petroleum industry. For further information, see https://www.appea.com.au/media_release/industry-scholarships-awarded-to-outstanding-students/.
Adelaide Brighton Cement Ltd is inviting applications for the following two vacation programs: Chemical Engineering Student Vacation Program, Birkenhead, South Australia Chemical Engineering Student Vacation Program, Angaston, South Australia Applications close on Tuesday 13 November 2018.
BHP is currently taking expressions of interest from second, third and fourth year Mechanical Engineering (or similar) students to complete paid Vacation Work Experience at their Olympic Dam mine. Start and finish dates are negotiable with December to February as a guide. Project Gain experience within the BHP Olympic Dam Mine Maintenance Analysis and Improvement […]
Congratulations to PhD candidate Orddom Leav from the School of Mechanical Engineering, who won the President’s prize for the best overall paper at the Australian Acoustical Society annual conference, for the paper titled ‘Experimental analysis of sound directivity from sound propagation through non-isothermal, turbulent exhaust jets in cross-flow’, co-authored by Ben Cazzolato and Carl Howard.
Congratulations to Professor Carl Howard from the School of Mechanical Engineering, who is the Oceania Regional Winner in the Institution of Mechanical Engineers 2018 Photographer of the Year Competition. The winning photo shows an experimental rig in the School of Mechanical Engineering acoustic anechoic chamber, created by PhD student Orddom Leav, Professors Carl Howard and […]
Graduate Program Australia 2019 Dassault Systems Australia Are you innovative Graduate in GIS, Computer Science, Mechanical, Marine or Mechatronic Engineering? Do you want to join a global 3D technology Company and challenge the status quo? You have dreams? You enjoy a challenge? Here at Dassault Systèmes, we empower people with passion to change the world. […]
During this presentation Engineering students will hear from leading SA companies about a series of industry-sponsored project proposals and will seek to recruit students from across a range of engineering disciplines for each project. Most companies who are attending will also support both Industry Placements and Graduate Recruitment Programs. The attending companies are as follows: […]
Broken Hill Operations Great opportunity to gain work experience at Rasp Mine, a subsidiary of CBH Resources is located centrally in the historic city of Broken Hill. CBH Resources is a privately owned company of the TOHO Zinc Company of Japan. Applications close 19 November 2018. Learn more on CareerHub: https://careerhub.adelaide.edu.au/students/jobs/detail/2028096
Love space? Are you an Electronics/computer science wizard? An incredible internship opportunity awaits you at Fleet! Now taking applications for November 2018 – February 2019. Role: Fleet is an agile space company connecting the Internet of Things around the world using a massive fleet of small low-cost satellites. We provide direct, global access to a […]