Premier of New South Wales opens the Hilmer Building at the University of New South Wales
UNSW Media 20 July 2016
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The new home of Australia’s leading materials science and engineering research and innovation the Hilmer building – has been officially opened by the NSW Premier Mike Baird.
“NSW is a world leader in innovation, science and engineering and this new state of the art building will be an important training ground for future leaders in these fields,” the Premier said of the significant addition to the UNSW Kensington campus.
“Facilities such as this will help UNSW collaborate further with industry, business and government to develop innovative ideas that will not only improve society, but also boost our economy.”
President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Jacobs said the $140 million building, which provides staff and students with exceptional research laboratories and flexible collaborative learning spaces, reinforces UNSW’s reputation as a world-leader in the field. Continue Reading
University of New South Wales - Award
Perfect Engineering 17 June 2016
Mr Antoine (Toni) Kazzi was awarded by Professor George Melhem and Professor Paul Munroe (Head of the School of Materials Science and Engineering) with a certificate of recognition for "Excellence in journalism, poetry and his efforts pertaining to the service of the School of Materials Science and Engineering, UNSW Australia and its implication for the Australian community." Toni was nominated by Adjunct Professor George Melhem and subsequently, Professor Paul Munroe endorsed this nomination. Many people attended this ceremony such as federal ministers, state MPs and community leaders, click on this link here (attachment) for more details. To view the certificate awarded to Mr Antoine Kazzi, click here.
Perfect Engineering on the Industry Advisory Board
UNSW June 2016
The University of New South Wales' Industry Advisory Board is an integral part of its management structure and provides a link with a key stakeholder group. Perfect Engineering is represented by Adjunct Professor George Melhem on the Industry Advisory Board. Its purpose is:
- 1. To contribute to the strategic direction for teaching and research by reviewing and providing industry input to undergraduate course content, research directions, recruitment and staffing and to provide support for student recruitment and scholarships.
- 2. To provide an external stakeholder voice with Government to influence investment and priorities with regard to facilities,equipment and research grant programmes.
- 3. To act as an industry network that the School can use to test ideas and seek advice. Continue Reading
Industrial Training Poster Competition at UNSW
29 March 2016
The University of New South Wales (UNSW) held its annual Industrial Training Placement Evening on 14th March 2016. Around 38 undergraduate students presented posters and a brief oral summary outlining their experiences during industrial training. Clearly many students found their industrial training placements to be a very valuable learning experience, with the quality of this year's presentations being extremely high.
Adjunct Professor George Melhem and project engineer Elie Nakhel from Perfect Engineering were thanked for their insightful and thoughtful judging.
“Many thanks to those contributed to the competition and congratulations to those that won prizes for their outstanding and, more importantly, highly reflective presentations. Continue Reading
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