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Delivering energy safely and reliably to NSW. TransGrid is the owner, operator and manager of the high-voltage electricity transmission system in New South Wales. We operate the transmission network, using the latest control and monitoring equipment to guarantee the highest level of availability and reliability of our high voltage system. Visit us at www.transgrid.com.au to find out more and connect with us.


Schneider Electric is a global specialist in energy management. Schneider Electric makes energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green.


Aurecon provides engineering, management and specialist technical services for the public and private sector client globally. With an office network extending across 26 countries, Aurecon has been involved in projects in over 80 countries across Africa, Asia Pacific, the Middle East and the Americas and employs around 7500 people throughout 11 industry groups. We seek to foster human achievement in all aspects of our work.


The Faculty of Engineering is a constituent body of the University of New South Wales, Australia and was established on 8 May 1950. It is the largest engineering faculty in Australia,  offering the widest range of engineering programmes. 

Intel is the inventor of the x86 series of microprocessors, the processors of which are found in most personal computers. They are one of the world's largest and highest valued semi-conductor chip manufacturers and provide a range of development boards such as the Intel Edison and Intel Galileo, and the latter which Robogals UNSW are looking to develop workshops for in the future. Intel has put in large investments in order to enhance diversity for women in technology not in their own company, but also as a whole.


National Australia Bank (NAB) Group (the Group) is a financial services and banking organisation with over 12,700,000 customers and 42,000 people, operating in more than 1,700 stores and business banking centers globally.  In 2014, female employees of NAB organised the first female hackathon in order to advocate and boost the campaign of encouraging more women into fields relating to technology. NAB have also implemented a women in technology series in order to encourage more of these women into higher executive positions.

Silver Sponsors

Provecta Process Automation Pty Ltd is an Australian owned electrical engineering consultancy company specialising in the fields of industrial automation and control systems, with an emphasis in power generation and related industries. The company’s head office is located in Sydney.

Our highly qualified engineers, project managers, and support staff hold significant expertise in the provision of process control solutions, electrical engineering services, and systems integration management.


Bronze Sponsors

Norman Disney & Young is a leading firm of consulting engineers with a global presence. We set ourselves apart by our ability to deliver highly innovative and tailored solutions for clients in a wide range of markets including buildings, sustainability, health, transport, mission critical, defence, industrial and utilities. Established in 1959, we have a long history of engineering excellence and our expertise extends to a range of unique specialties.

Microsoft was founded in 1975 with a dream of “a computer on every desk and in every home” that has ultimately changed the way millions of people around the world communicate, work, learn and play. Today, Microsoft is one of the world’s best-known brands. Our relationship with millions of Australians extends from the home to the school and the office – and our technology is fundamental to people working in business, government and the community.

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What Degree? Which University? is a website designed ‘for school students, by university students’ to help bridge the gap between high school and university life. What Degree? Which University? explores the many and varied degree options available across 27 Australian Universities, as well as providing info on student accommodationsportlifestyle and career opportunities.

WIE

Women in Engineering is a group of UNSW engineering students who want to provide a support network of equal opportunities for young engineers studying here at UNSW. To accomplish this, we aim to work together with engineering students and the engineering faculty to create a community that displays the importance of understanding the sense of inclusion. 

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