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Does your research or passion project have the potential to deliver sustainable, deliverable impact? Do you want to put your skills, knowledge and enthusiasm to good use? Join UNSW Engineering for “Engineering Disruption” in November.

UNSW Engineering is inviting all UNSW students and staff to collaboratively tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges. With a real opportunity to develop and master your entrepreneurial, innovative and collaborative skills across four tracks held on separate days:

  1. Responding to climate change – 28 November
  2. Health, knowledge and learning – 29 November
  3. How we live – 30 November
  4. A secure future – 1 December

“Engineering Disruption” will have you immersed in great ideas, human-centered design and possible breakthrough global solutions.

Advisers will be on hand to guide participants through the process of:

  • Team forming
  • Idea storming
  • Lean canvas
  • Subject matter expert consultation
  • Product development
  • Testing and validation
  • Pitch development.

At the end of each day, teams will pitch for their place in the Grand Challenges Pitch Final. Up to 10 finalists will present at a major event to a judging panel the following week.

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  1. Hello everyone. I am Muhammad Hasnain, an international student from Pakistan currently pursuing my Master’s degree in Petroleum Engineering at UNSW. I registered for ‘Track 1: Responding to Climate Change’ and more interested towards Carbon Sequestration as it is closely related to one of the C02-based Enhanced Hydrocarbon Recovery.

    Would be looking forward to meet people from the same track during the Launch meetup on November 24, 2016.

    Cheers.

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