"SAE-A events are geared towards engineering professionals and young engineers; aiming to develop careers, share information and connect industries"

UPCOMING EVENTS

SAE-A offers a wide range of exciting and informative events, like social networking in a technical environment, conferences, awards, formal training and more.

FEATURED EVENTS 

    • 25 Jun 2015
    • (UTC+10:00)
    • 25 Jul 2015 (UTC+10:00)
    • Calder Park Raceway, Calder Park, Victoria Australia

    VEHICLE & TEAM REGISTRATION  

    OPENS: 25 JUNE 2015  CLOSING:  25 JULY 2015

    If you are registering more than one vehicle (ie. 98 Pulp & Electric or E85) you must complete one entry per vehicle and pay fees for each registration.

    The Formula SAE-A competition is held under the International Sporting Code of the FIA and the National Competition Rules of the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (CAMS).

    Teams will be generally assigned the same vehicle number as in previous years, or when they last competed.  Team competing for the first time can indicate a number preference (3 digits maximum) but may be assigned a different number by the organisers to ensure compatibility and avoid confusion.  The assigned numbers will be advised following the close of Registrations.

    Payment can be made by EFT: Commonwealth Bank of Australia BSB: 063 001  Account Number: 00942060  Account Name: Society of Automotive Engineers Australasia.  A remittance should be sent to info@sae-a.com.au

    Online Payment through PayPal using VISA, MASTERCARD or AMEX will also be accepted.  A receipt will be generated and emailed via the system.

    You may also request an invoice to be sent by sending an email request to info@sae-a.com.au

    For any enquiries, please contact SAE-A on (03) 9676 9568 or email info@sae-a.com.au
        
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    Unit 30, 3 Westside Ave, Port Melbourne  Vic  3207

    • 09 Jul 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • RMIT Swanston Academic Building, 80/445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Room 80.04.006
    • 187

    Engineering Expertise shared to Students

    VEHICLE AERODYNAMICS

    The SAE-A presents a new feature in our calendar of events - the SAE-A Student Seminars (SSS); a series of informative lectures designed to address the key fundamentals of engineering design, construction and professionalism.

    The SSS is essential for engineering university students, to build them into high quality, industry-ready engineers. The SAE-A welcomes to the seminar all engineering students with a keen interest and passion for learning from industry experts. Seminars will typically run for two hours and in 2015 there are seven planned.

    Engineering specialists are drawn from a diverse range of specialties including; Powertrain, Aerodynamics, Chassis Design, Vehicle Structures, Suspension, Costing and Business presentations.

    The seminars are generously hosted by RMIT and will be available via live webinar (limit of 3 webinar links per team) so that interstate and international students can participate. 
      
    BOOK NOW!

    • 13 Jul 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • RMIT Swanston Academic Building, 80/445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Room 80.04.006
    • 189

    Engineering Expertise shared to Students

    POWERTRAIN

    The SAE-A presents a new feature in our calendar of events - the SAE-A Student Seminars (SSS); a series of informative lectures designed to address the key fundamentals of engineering design, construction and professionalism.

    The SSS is essential for engineering university students, to build them into high quality, industry-ready engineers. The SAE-A welcomes to the seminar all engineering students with a keen interest and passion for learning from industry experts. Seminars will typically run for two hours and in 2015 there are seven planned.

    Engineering specialists are drawn from a diverse range of specialties including; Powertrain, Aerodynamics, Chassis Design, Vehicle Structures, Suspension, Costing and Business presentations.

    The seminars are generously hosted by RMIT and will be available via live webinar (limit of 3 webinar links per team) so that interstate and international students can participate. 
      
    BOOK NOW!

    • 14 Jul 2015
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Waverley RSL, 161 Coleman Parade, Glen Waverley 3150 VIC
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    Registration is closed

    SAE-A  introduces  Light  Vehicle  and Motorcycle  modifications  seminar  to provide you with the opportunity to get an  insight  into  the  laws,  rules, processes  and  standards  that  are applied to make your modified vehicle
    compliant.  Presented  by  Engineers with  endorsements  in  the  Vehicle Authorised  Signatory  Scheme (VASS),  this  seminar  appeals  to  all with an interest in modifying vehicles
    ranging  from  hot  rods,  imports, motorcycles  or  custom  vehicles. Includes,  building  your  own  trailer, electric  vehicle  conversions,  4WD mods,  individually  constructed
    vehicles (ICV), brakes, transmissions, engines and much more. Enjoy a light supper and the opportunity to network with like-minded  professionals  and enthusiasts.

    Know  a  friend  who  would  be interested, please pass on the information.
        
    This event will also be run on 15th October 2015 in Werribee, Victoria.  Please click here for details 
    • 16 Jul 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • RMIT Swanston Academic Building, 80/445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Room 80.04.006
    • 191

    Engineering Expertise shared to Students

    AUTOMOTIVE DYNAMICS

    The SAE-A presents a new feature in our calendar of events - the SAE-A Student Seminars (SSS); a series of informative lectures designed to address the key fundamentals of engineering design, construction and professionalism.

    The SSS is essential for engineering university students, to build them into high quality, industry-ready engineers. The SAE-A welcomes to the seminar all engineering students with a keen interest and passion for learning from industry experts. Seminars will typically run for two hours and in 2015 there are seven planned.

    Engineering specialists are drawn from a diverse range of specialties including; Powertrain, Aerodynamics, Chassis Design, Vehicle Structures, Suspension, Costing and Business presentations.

    The seminars are generously hosted by RMIT and will be available via live webinar (limit of 3 webinar links per team) so that interstate and international students can participate. 
      
    BOOK NOW!

    • 04 Sep 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • RMIT Swanston Academic Building, 80/445 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Room 80.04.006
    • 191

    Engineering Expertise shared to Students

    BUSINESS PRESENTATION

    The SAE-A presents a new feature in our calendar of events - the SAE-A Student Seminars (SSS); a series of informative lectures designed to address the key fundamentals of engineering design, construction and professionalism.

    The SSS is essential for engineering university students, to build them into high quality, industry-ready engineers. The SAE-A welcomes to the seminar all engineering students with a keen interest and passion for learning from industry experts. Seminars will typically run for two hours and in 2015 there are seven planned.

    Engineering specialists are drawn from a diverse range of specialties including; Powertrain, Aerodynamics, Chassis Design, Vehicle Structures, Suspension, Costing and Business presentations.

    The seminars are generously hosted by RMIT and will be available via live webinar (limit of 3 webinar links per team) so that interstate and international students can participate. 
      
    BOOK NOW!

    • 15 Oct 2015
    • 5:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • The Park Hotel, 12 Watton St, Werribee Vic
    • 34

    SAE-A  introduces the  Light  Vehicle  and Motorcycle  modifications  seminar  to provide you with the opportunity to get an  insight  into  the  laws,  rules, processes  and  standards  that  are applied to make your modified vehicle
    compliant.  Presented  by  Engineers with  endorsements  in  the  Vehicle Authorised  Signatory  Scheme (VASS),  this  seminar  appeals  to  all with an interest in modifying vehicles
    ranging  from  hot  rods,  imports, motorcycles  or  custom  vehicles. Includes,  building  your  own  trailer, electric  vehicle  conversions,  4WD mods,  individually  constructed
    vehicles (ICV), brakes, transmissions, engines and much more. Enjoy a light supper and the opportunity to network with like-minded  professionals  and enthusiasts.

    Know  a  friend  who  would  be
    interested. Spread the word. 

    • 19 Nov 2015
    • 6:30 PM - 11:18 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Fenix, 680 Victoria Street, Richmond, Vic

    Nominations open 26 May 2015

    The SAE-A will recognise engineering innovation and excellence in the mobility industry, at the organisation’s 2015 Mobility Engineering Excellence Awards (MEEA), on the 19th of November 2015. SAE-A’s premiere event will be host to the industry’s leading and future innovators who will attend the award ceremony and dinner at Fenix on the Yarra River, Richmond, to recognise the nominations and announce the winners of 2015 MEEA.

    The MEEA recognises outstanding contributions to advancing technologies in the transport mobility field. This includes: automotive, heavy commercial vehicles, aerospace and unique Australian engineering design strengths in the camper trailer and 4WD automotive aftermarket sectors.

    A diverse panel of judges will review entries from the number of sectors aforementioned. The MEEA recognises excellence in mobility engineering across the following areas: product, design concept, process, service and research areas. This event will take submissions from undergraduates, postgraduates, young engineers and professional engineers. 

    Professional and Young Engineer submissions close 12 October, 2015.

    Post and under Graduate submissions close 26 October 2015

    This is a great opportunity for Australian mobility sectors to network and experience the latest developments in the field.
    Post and undergraduate students are especially encouraged to apply and attend the ceremony.

    Dinner RSVP close 12 November 2015

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