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Previous Futures Challenge submissions

You can read more about past Future Challenge entrants and submissions in the Engineering for Public Works journal: 


Please contact Nadia Marks for more information on the IPWEAQ Futures Challenge.

Also contact Craig Moss to discuss your career in public works. Craig will devise a program tailored for your technical and other needs including continuing professional education, RPEQ progression, mentoring etc.

Congratulations Finalists for the 2018 Futures Challenge!

The winner, chosen by delegates was Madison Stahlhut from the University of Southern Queensland for her presentation on the potential for energy generation using pumped storage hydropower in the Toowoomba water supply.

Other finalists:

Matthew Soldatenko (QUT)
Examining the safety of shear wall structures in the context of changes to the provisions of wall design in the Australian concrete structures standard (2018) and earthquake design load standard (2018 update)

Lindsay Stafford (CQU)

Controlling and Monitoring Algae Blooms in Effluent Ponds

Register your students for the 2019 Futures Challenge

Thank you for contacting us regarding the 2019 Futures Challenge. I will revert to you shortly.

Nadia Marks
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