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Join us in the heart of Melbourne for an afternoon on engineering insights and networking over canapes and refreshments. This free event is designed for anyone in engineering who is looking to stay at the forefront of their field.

Venue: Level 4, 301 Flinders Lane, Melbourne, Victoria, 3000

Please RSVP by Friday 5th of July. Places are limited.

What to Expect:

  • Key presentations: Engage with industry experts and thought leaders as they share the latest trends, innovations, and challenges in the world of engineering.
  • Networking opportunities: Connect with like-minded professionals and expand your professional circle.
  • Canapes and refreshments: Indulge in canapes while you network and discuss the latest developments in the engineering landscape.
Technical Topic Presentations:

Dr. Akhlaqur Rahman will present “AI tools in Engineering and their application”.

This workshop will explore how Artificial Intelligence is revolutionizing engineering practices across various disciplines. This session will delve into the integration of AI in mechanical, civil, electrical, and chemical engineering, highlighting real-world case studies, success stories, and the challenges faced in this transformation. Additionally, it will cover some general and specific AI tools potentially useful in your engineering profession.

Dr. Shasha Wang will present “Sustainable construction materials and practices in civil engineering”.

This presentation will discuss decarbonization strategies in civil engineering, with a specific focus on building and construction. Sustainable construction materials such as green concrete and relevant policies to decarbonize through the whole life-cycle of building and construction sector will also be covered.

A digital Certificate of Attendance will be provided after the event, including a 50% discount to one of EIT’s Professional Certificate of Competency courses over the next 12 months.

 

 

This event is supported by Engineers Australia

About the presenters

Dr Akhlaqur Rahman

Dr Akhlaqur Rahman, EIT Course Coordinator and On-Campus Lecturer – Industrial Automation

Dr Akhlaqur Rahman (AK) is the Academic Course Coordinator and Lecturer for the school of Industrial Automation at Engineering Institute of Technology (EIT), Melbourne, Australia. AK is also member of IEEE and Engineers Australia (MIEAust). Akhlaqur completed his PhD from Swinburne University of Technology in 2019. Before joining Swinburne, he was a Lecturer and Coordinator for the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Uttara University, Dhaka, Bangladesh, from 2013 to 2014. From 2018 to 2019, he was involved as Research Assistant at Deakin University.  Overall AK has 8 years of teaching experience in Bangladesh, Australia and Online.

Dr Shasha Wang, On-Campus Lecturer – Civil Engineering

Dr Shasha Wang is an on-campus lecturer in civil engineering at Engineering Institute of Technology, Melbourne Campus. She obtained her PhD degree in civil engineering (structural engineering) from National University of Singapore. She previously worked as a sessional lecturer at Victoria University and a research fellow at National University of Singapore. She is a passionate lecturer and has been teaching into a number of engineering courses in both Australia and Singapore. She is a keen practitioner of a student-centred, industry-oriented approach to engineering teaching.

Don’t miss this opportunity to elevate your engineering knowledge and expand your network.

 

Details

Date:
July 17
Time:
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM UTC+10
Event Category:
Website:
https://maps.app.goo.gl/madCMi28qjU3BygYA

Venue

Onsite
Voilà Hotel, Bagatelle Mall, Bagatelle
Mauritius, Moka Mauritius


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