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2020 Futures Challenge Winner!

Martin Luna Juncal

Griffith University

Congratulations to Martin Luna Juncal on winning the 2020 Futures Challenge with his thesis -

Application of Remote Optical Sensors for Real-Time Nitrate Monitoring and Decision-Making Systems. 

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2020 IPWEAQ Futures Challenge!

The IPWEAQ Futures Challenge invites final year students studying engineering and related disciplines to present their thesis or research project at the conference. Students are asked to prepare an A1 poster board which clearly outlines the key elements of their thesis or research project and present their conclusions, recommendations and outcomes to conference delegates.

The Future Challenge winner is then chosen by a panel of judges. In addition to the opportunity to meet a wide range of industry leaders and build their personal profile, the winner also receives a complimentary registration to the next IPWEAQ annual conference valued at over $2,000.

Thank you 

to our 2020 Futures Challenge Finalists

Craig van Neuren

University of Southern Queensland

How Building Information Modelling software (BIM) is being used in the Architectural and Engineering (AE) industry and how the use of this software is impacted by the AE industries own understanding of BIM. A South East Queensland (SEQ) Perspective

Sally Williams

University of Southern Queensland

Influence of Water to Grout Ratio and Curing Time on Pulling out Load of Rock Bolt Systems