If you’re interested in engineering, conferences provide an excellent opportunity to keep your knowledge up-to-date as industry technologies and trends continue to evolve. They’re also a great way to meet industry professionals from around the world, helping you to grow your knowledge, professional network and career opportunities.
Here are 5 engineering conferences you should attend in 2020:
1. International Conference on Civil and Architectural Engineering (ICCAE)
When? 18-19 February 2020
Where? Manchester, UK
In its 778th edition, the ICCAE will bring together academics and leading industry experts in civil and architectural engineering from around the world.
Organised by the International Academy of Science, Technology, Engineering and Management (IASTEM), the conference aims to promote research and development in civil and architectural engineering and to provide researchers, engineers, students and practitioners from around the world the opportunity to exchange industry insights.
Along with various keynote speakers, the conference will also host a variety of networking events.
2. The IRES – 785th International Conference on Innovative Engineering Technologies (ICIET)
When? 19-20 February 2020
Where? Oxford, UK
The 785th ICIET brings together researchers, students and practitioners in engineering from around the world to explore and discuss ongoing research and emerging trends in new engineering technologies.
Organised by The Institute of Research Engineers and Scientists (The IRES), the ICIET offers attendees the opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences and to build business and academic networks for future collaborations.
The conference will feature leading keynote speakers as well as various networking opportunities.
3. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2020
When? 17-21 May 2020
Where? Henderson, USA
Hosted by the Environmental & Water Resources Institute (EWRI), the 20th World Environmental & Water Resources Congress will feature over 1,200 leading engineers from around the world.
Under the theme ‘Be Smart and Sustainable: Don’t Gamble with your Infrastructure’, the 4-day conference will include discussions on the latest case studies, research and evolving best practices related to the environment and water resources. It will also play host to technical workshops and provide opportunities to meet global industry leaders and make valuable contacts.
4. International Conference on Transportation and Development (ICTD) 2020
When? 26-29 May 2020
Where? Seattle, USA
Jointly organised by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) and the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT), ICTD 2020 invites public agencies, private industry, and research institutes to come together to share their visions, exchange experiences, collaborate, and offer practical solutions on smart and integrated mobility solutions.
Featuring leading keynote speakers, the conference will also offer multiple networking opportunities.
5. World Congress on Engineering (WCE) 2020
When? 1-3 July 2020
Where? London, UK
Comprising 15 conferences, including conferences dedicated to electrical engineering, data engineering, mechanical engineering, and engineering management, WCE 2020 will focus on a range of key topics surrounding today’s engineering industry.
Organised by the International Association of Engineers (IAENG), the conference brings together engineers and computer scientists to discuss theories and practical applications relevant to the industry.
With attendees from around the world and leading keynote speakers, WCE 2020 offers participants the opportunity to exchange knowledge and ideas, as well as to meet like-minded industry professionals.
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