The EWB Annual Conference 2019 will take place on Thursday 7th March in Dublin. Refreshments at 6pm and speakers kicking off at 6:30pm. Register your spot on Eventbrite here. Looking forward to seeing you there!
Register here on Eventbrite or using the form at the end of this page. Refreshments served from 6pm, followed by a range of speakers from 6:30pm. Hear from: – Our Keynote Speaker Sachin Bhoite is part of ARUP’s 100RC … Continue reading
‘EWB iD8’ ideation workshop takes place in Facebook HQ, Dublin on 7th of July from 9am – 4pm. Facilitated by multi-award winning & innovative Engineer, Colin Keogh, who is founder of The Rapid Foundation at UCD, it will focus on two location … Continue reading
The National Finals of WTINE17 were held on the 10th June at the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Dublin. From an initial entry of over 500 students of Engineering, Architecture and Design from 9 colleges across Ireland, the 13 best … Continue reading
Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Ireland 4th National Conference takes place at Engineers Ireland on Thursday the 9th March from 6:00pm – 9:00pm as part of Engineers Week. Speakers include; Aidan Madden, Arup Aidan Madden is a Chartered Civil/ Structural Engineer … Continue reading
The National Finals of “Where There is No Engineer – Designing for Community Resilience” 2016 were held at St. Laurence, Grangegorman on Saturday the 11th June and were officially opened by Joan Burton TD. This year saw approx. 130 entries from … Continue reading
To mark the first year anniversary of the Nepal earthquakes, the Nepal Ireland Alliance hosted a hugely successful conference on “Post Earthquake – Current Status and Challenges Ahead” on Saturday 30th April in the Simon Perry Building, Trinity College Dublin. The event, … Continue reading
To mark the first year anniversary of the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the Nepal Ireland Alliance is hosting “Nepal Conference: Post Earthquake – Current Status and Challenges Ahead” on Saturday 30th April. The event will take place from 10am to … Continue reading