Webinar: The future of metallurgical education – importance, status, opportunities
Join us online to discuss the future of metallurgical education – importance, status, opportunities with Prof Evgueni Jak
About this event
There is a clear lack of metallurgy graduates now, and the demand for the metallurgy graduates will grow with the increasing role of metallurgy. In the foreseeable future current society challenges will need to be solved such as recycling, high-tech developments, e-mobility, decarbonization. Only UQ and Curtin universities still have metallurgy programs in Australia with low number of students, all others were closed. Metallurgy programs are under review from the universities due to low number of students. The reasons for the low metallurgy students numbers will need to be analysed. An opportunity to significantly increase the number of metallurgy graduates needs to be addressed if universities, industry and government work together collaboratively and proactively.
Date and Time
12.00pm – 1.00pm (UTC+10:00)
Non-Members - $30