Monthly Archives: April 2015

I-mentor Next Steps

First year students: do you need an experienced mentor?  We have experienced senior students who have volunteered their time to mentor first year ITEE students via our I-mentor program.  Feel free to connect with them through the Facebook page.

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Australian Youth Aerospace Association Industry Seminar

How would you like a job in the aerospace industry?  A great way to ensure your success is by learning the local industry and building your networks.  The Australian Youth Aerospace Association (AYAA) is holding an industry seminar right here at … Continue reading

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Work experience opportunity available with QEnergy

QEnergy based at South Brisbane has an unpaid work experience opportunity available for an IT or Software Engineering or Computer Science student. If you love making sense of data and have a flair for system design and build with … Continue reading

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2015 Supercomputing Conference, Austin, Texas

This year’s Supercomputing Conference will be taking place in Austin, Texas, from 15-20 November 2015. The Experiencing HPC for Undergraduates program is designed to provide exposure to HPC research topics and techniques to undergraduate students, at the sophomore level and above.  The program will introduce students … Continue reading

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UQ Alumni Book Fair 2015

The UQ Alumni will be holding it’s annual book fair in the UQ Centre from tomorrow.  Running from Saturday, 25 April to Wednesday, 29 April it will include many categories including tertiary texts for engineering.

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Singapore Challenge: The Science of Future Cities

Singapore Challenge: The Science of Future Cities – is in recognition of 50 years of Science and Technology R&D in Singapore and aims to create a platform for young researchers to propose innovative ideas for solving real-world issues that have arisen … Continue reading

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Unearthed Brisbane “Hackathon”

Unearthed Brisbane is an open innovation event or “hackathon”. We’re running 4 hackathons this year, one has already taken place in Perth.  Unearthed is a focused on bringing innovation to the resources sector by pairing talented tech developers and coders with … Continue reading

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SIBA Spatial Gamification Breakfast

SIBA (the Spatial Industries Business Association) is hosting a special Spatial Gamification Breakfast with presentations by two SIBA members who are both internationally recognised as leading exponents of serious gaming and visualisation. Speakers Karen Sanders: Director of Real Serious Games … Continue reading

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Microsoft Graduate Role Available

Microsoft is currently advertising a graduate role for Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering students (or other equivalent technical studies). View the Job Description for the details of the program, position, qualifications and links to the application process.

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go.Women() Launch Party

The go.Women() blog aims to provide genuine insight to students in university, high school and primary school, into what it actually looks like being a woman in Tech. The go.Women() blog launch party at 6pm on 23 April will include speaker … Continue reading

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