The University of Tasmania will lead the largest ever Cooperative Research Centre, bringing together expertise in seafood, renewable energy and offshore engineering to transform Australia’s blue economy.
James Wilkes is a Naval Architect at Naval Group who has relocated to France to become a member of the Australian Design Authority. In his role, he is responsible for ensuring that the overall design for Australia’s twelve Attack class subs is consistent.
AMC has welcomed the establishment of a generous new scholarship program sponsored by shipping company ANL Container Line to support three students undertaking a Bachelor of Global Logistics and Maritime Management.
TAFE SA and AMC have developed new education pathways that provide guaranteed entry for graduates of the Associate Degree and Diploma of Engineering – Technical into Bachelor of Engineering programs, including Naval Architecture.
Australia is at a tipping point as the global push for renewable energy sources continues to gain momentum and Associate Professor Irene Penesis believes we have a major advantage in our bid to become a world leader in the supply of renewables.
ALUMNI PHOTO COMPETITION WINNER
Thanks to everyone who entered the AMC Around the World alumni photo competition. Leon Brady was awarded the major prize of a GoPro Hero7 Black Edition for his winning entry showing his work as a field engineer on Technip FMC's North Sea Giant.
AMC Open Day will be held this year at our Launceston campus on Saturday, 10 August and our Sydney Study Centre on Sunday, 1 September. Events and activities are currently being planned, keep an eye on the website for further details.