SENG SA invites undergraduate students of all engineering disciplines to apply for the annual Student Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Award.
The Award recognises projects that embody a sustainability ethic and best-practice engineering. The SA winner is selected in accordance with the National Criteria.
The winning student(s) receive a certificate, and entry into the National Student Environmental Engineering and Sustainability Award.
Entries are accepted from all South Australian universities, including:
- Flinders University
- The University of Adelaide
- The University of South Australia
Entries close on November 31st of each year.
For more information, or to enter, please contact the SA Committee.
|2018||Chris Przibilla||Laterally Loaded Monopiles for Offshore Wind Turbines||Flinders University|
|2017||Adam Portelli, Hosoo Yoon||Inertia Characterisation and Modelling in a Renewable Energy-Based Microgrid||The University of Adelaide|
|2016||Nick Anstey, Jase Berry, Dylan Spillane||Manufacturing Strategies for Cookstoves in Developing Countries||The University of Adelaide|
|2015||Peter Golding, Sam Kapadia, Stella Naylor, Jonathon Schulz||A Framework for the Development of Optimal Trade Strategies for Mitigating the Impact of Shocks on Global Food Security||The University of Adelaide|
|2014||Jonathan Piper, Rodrigo Rodrigues, Sidharth Bhattacharya, Siti Wilson||Renewable Power from Scrap Materials||The University of Adelaide|
|2013||Harrison Evans, Anthony Liew, Mark Padovan, Michael Watchman||Solar Thermal/UV Water Treatment for Humanitarian Use||The University of Adelaide|
* The years listed are those in which the projects were completed; awards were presented early the following year.