Members of Engineers Ireland are encouraged to register their place at Engineers Ireland’s National Conference 2021, taking place online on October 13, 2021.
Based on the theme 'Engineering in a new world: digital and sustainable solutions for society', the conference will be free for all members of Engineers Ireland to attend.
On the day, find out more about how engineers can contribute to our social, environmental and economic development and make a digital and green recovery work for jobs, income and growth.
Speaker topics include innovation in sustainable apartment building in Amsterdam, cycle route design in Hong Kong, offshore wind farm and green hydrogen production in Co Clare, automation solutions for advanced manufacturers and cyber security defence for today’s cyber threats.
Non-members are also encouraged to sign up for the event, with tickets now on sale for €179.
For more information, and to register, visit: https://www.engineersireland.ie/Professionals/Events/Featured-events/National-Conference
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