Upcoming Engineering Conferences and Events
- Hobart 7-10 December 2015
36th Hydrology and Water Resources Symposium
The committee are crafting a high calibre program with authors from more than ten countries across the globe covering all areas hydrology and water resources.
The symposium is expected to attract over 250 participants, including academics, researchers, government practitioners, industry experts, and students. Symposium attendees have a shared purpose devoted to hydrology, water engineering and related areas in water resources management.
- 10-11 March 2016, Sydney
Australian Water Association’s Innovation Forum & Expo
The Australian Water Association’s Innovation Forum & Expo is a platform to share water innovation across industries, providing a showcase of best practice solutions.The venue provides excellent access for exhibitors to bring in equipment to their expo stand and, exhibitors have access to the forum style events due to then open plan design of the event.
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- 8-9 June 2016, Perth
The AMEC Convention 2016 will investigatethe challenges facing mineral explorationand mining in Australia and explore thetransformations needed to build a strongresources sector into the 21st century.
- 11-15 April 2016, Perth
Welcome to the world’s largest global LNG event
On behalf of the Australian LNG industry and as Chairman of the National Organising Committee I am delighted to invite you to join us in Perth in 2016 for LNG 18. Australia is currently the third largest exporter in the Asia Pacific region and the fourth largest LNG exporter in the world. With abundant reserves, a strong and stable industry and based on existing, committed and proposed projects Australia will be one of the leading LNG producers in the world. With two thirds of our reserves located in three basins off the Western Australian coast, Perth, Western Australia’s capital city is the ideal location for LNG 18. We are really looking forward to seeing you in Perth, Australia, in April 2016.
- 7-10 December 2015, Melbourne
Welcome to the 27th Australian Conference on Human-Computer Interaction (HCI).
OzCHI is the annual non-profit conference for the Computer-Human Interaction Special Interest Group (CHISIG) and Australia's leading forum for the latest in HCI research and practice. OzCHI attracts a broad international community of researchers, industry practitioners, academics and students. Participants come from a range of backgrounds, including interface designers, user experience (UX) practitioners, information architects, software engineers, human factors experts, information systems analysts and social scientists. The conference theme is Being Human, which highlights the opportunity and hope for technology to contribute to our human-ness.
- 4-5 May 2016, Melbourne
Solar Energy Exhibition & Conference 2016, the 54th annual Australian Solar Council industry conference & exhibition is a showcase of the people, projects and products that are driving solar and storage to new heights of innovation and excellence.
Solar Energy Exhibition and Conference 2016 continues a legacy of 54 years of solar conferences in Australia – events tracing the beginning, rise and boom of this incredible energy transformation.
Brought to you by the peak solar and storage bodies, the Australian Solar Council and Australian Energy Storage Council, Solar Energy 2016 brings together the leading speakers, trainers, researchers and industry movers and shakers in a 2-day event that promises to satisfy anyone involved in the solar sector.
- 17 March 2016 - Melbourne
The Clean Energy Council's third annual Wind Industry Forum brings wind industry specialists together to share their knowledge and work towards technical excellence in the local industry.
The Wind Industry Forum is Australia's only technical event for the wind industry. Aimed at the hundreds of Australians who design, plan, build and operate our wind farms, the event brings together experts from a range of fields to share ideas and continually improve our industry.
Come along to speak or hear about electrical connection, turbine design innovations, planning rules, noise and wind measurement techniques and more.
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