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1 December 2022 @ 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM UTC+8

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Please join Dr. Seyed Morteza Alizadeh, EIT Research Coordinator, and Professor Akhtar Kalam, EIT Academic Board Deputy Chair, to learn more about our Doctor of Engineering (DEng) program. You’ll also hear from one of our current DEng students, Allan Butler (Senior SCADA Engineer), on his experience so far in the course, including a short presentation on his 3-minute thesis Recurrent Neural Network for Hydrogen Production.

The EIT Doctor of Engineering (DEng) is a practically oriented professional doctor of engineering course which is suited to the direct needs of solving industry problems.
The course is aimed at applied research, focusing on developing specialized skills for practical application in the engineering workforce. The outcomes of the research and investigation have direct and immediate benefits to industry. It prepares the individuals for professional engineering, with an emphasis on engineering practice, high technical competence, and innovation preparing graduates for technical leadership roles in the engineering industry.
Graduates of the Doctor of Engineering will be able to make original and significant contributions to the development, application, and evaluation of professional knowledge by engaging with practical problems of demonstrated importance to their employment context and the wider body of engineering and technical knowledge.

Presenters: EIT Academics and Current EIT DEng Student

Join us to learn more at this must-attend event for engineering professionals and aspiring engineers alike.

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1 December 2022
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM UTC+8
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