The New Frontier:
You are the future of engineering
Join the worlds leading engineering professionals and discover how the engineering industry will transform in the years ahead. Future-proof your career with insights into artificial intelligence, robotics and other leading technologies from our international leaders in the field.
The Engineers Australia team will be on hand to help you get the most out of this conference and you will be part of the exclusive Student community. Engineers Australia will arrange a pre-conference coaching session for all university students attending the event. We will also facilitate meet and greet and networking opportunities while attending. Our team will assist you in connecting with industry contacts at the conference.
Are you ready for the new frontier?
Can’t attend the conference?
Join us for our career connection on Tuesday morning and receive complimentary registration for the afternoon plenary session featuring Sophia the Robot!
Connect with our conference exhibitors at the complimentary career connection session and meet with key industry employers. Chat with industry experts about your future and opportunities at these leading organisations.
The team from Michael Page Recruitment will also be on site to provide you all the tips and tricks as you work towards securing placement in the industry. Speak with the Michael Page specialist team for interview techniques, resume tips and insights to grow your professional network.
Tuesday 18 September
9.30am – 12.00pm
International Convention Centre
Australian Engineering Conference
2.00pm – 3.30pm – Hypothetical – Do Robots have rights and can a robot love? Can it think? How about kill?
3.45pm – 4.45pm – Building Smart Cities for the Future
Participating companies include:
- A2K Technologies
- Australian National University
- Australian Tunnelling Association
- Charles Sturt University
- Department of Defence
- Engineering Education Australia
- Macquarie University
- Michael Page Recruitment
- Office of the Chief Scientist & Engineer
- RMS Sydney Metro
- Service Stream
- Transport for NSW
- University of Wollongong