Quintus Potgieter is a South African writer, radio presenter, YouTube content creator and podcaster.
Nominated for multiple MTN Radio Awards for content production, night time and day time radio, he now lends himself to EngineeringCareer.org with a keen interest in robotics, automobiles, tech companies and any news that affects the engineering industry.
Through personal brand management he has mastered social media and now operates multiple pages growing followership and engaging in communication with a global community.
Addicted to the news and coffee, Quintus writes about what is currently affecting the world of today and tries to look for the solutions while on a constant high of caffeine. With his spare time he reads the novels of Isaac Asimov and Stephen King and listens to Biffy Clyro and Eminem, whilst trying to fit as many TV shows into a day as possible.
Proficient in audio editing, video editing and writing, Quintus tells engaging stories through multiple mediums.
Algate Panyika Mtemah is an Engineering Institute of Technology born and bred in Zimbabwe. He is currently working in the Metal and Minerals Processing Plant industry. He studied EIT's 52724WA - Advanced Diploma in Civil and Structural Engineering. To say he has done it all is an understatement.
Mildred Nanono is a Control and Instrumentation Engineer at the Nalubaale and Kiira Power Stations, maintained and operated by Eskom Uganda Limited (EUL). She is using her engineering skills in hydropower generation. She says:
"I joined Eskom Uganda as a graduate Electrical Engineer trainee. While
Cameron Russell Bourne is an engineering and technical specialist with a background in Energy, Oil & Gas and Heavy Marine industries. He is currently employed at Synergy, a large energy supplier in Western Australia as a Mechanical Technician.
His day-to-day responsibilities at Synergy see him
Ian Shivraj Doolun is originally from the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius. He completed his Bachelor of Engineering in Mechatronics with first class honors at Monash University. Upon obtaining his Bachelor of Engineering, he got offered a job at one of the best companies in automation and process
It survived the French Revolution and two world wars. The landmark is part of Paris’ soul, embodying the city’s history and partially shaping its identity through its religious and architectural significance. The Notre Dame de Paris, a jewel in the...
Scientists believe if we’re going to combat climate change, we need to electrify all forms of transport. In fact, according to the International Civil Aviation Organization, the demand for air travel by 2050 could increase aviation sector...
Flying cars could be the key to lowering carbon emissions through sustainable transport in the future, according to a new study. The University of Michigan has found while flying cars — which are technically called electric vertical takeoff and...
Multinational oil and gas corporation Exxon Mobil is working towards a clean energy future. They are embarking on a process of introducing technology into industrial plants that will make them more sustainable into the future. A new television...
The Paris Climate Agreement is ringing alarm bells for engineering industries around the world. The message of the agreement seems clear: transition or die. Extreme weather events, rising sea levels, smog pollution and deforestation issues are no...
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