European Young Engineers

History 

2019

3

Events

  • EYE set its vision to become “The voice of young engineers in europe” (May 2019)

New member associations

  • INGITE (Spain, October 2019)
  • IIES (May 2019)
  • CNPI (May 2019)
  • INSÜK (May 2019)

Conferences

  • October 2019 in Madrid, Spain, “Make engineering great again”
  • May 2019 in Eindhoven, Netherlands, “Shaping future society”

2018

3

Events

  • European Young Engineers MTÜ non-profit organization was found – Tallinn, Republic of Estonia (April 2018)
  • A change of the EYE Management structure has been decided, resulting in different departments and a general scale-up of the management team (October 2018)

New member associations

  • EYE Croatia (January 2018)
  • COGITI (Spain, May 2018)
  • EYE CZ (May 2018)
  • SI (October 2018)
  • EIM (October 2018)

Conferences

  • October 2018 in Valletta, Malta

2015

3

New member associations

  • Ordem Dos Engenheiros (October 2015)
  • EYE-UK (June 2016)

Conferences

  • October 2015 in Lisbon, Portugal

2014

3

Conferences

  • May 2014 in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, “Common Purpose: Together, Stronger, Into the Future”

2013

3

Events

  • EYE Award (for 20th anniversary of EYE in 2014) – Idea about awarding “EYE Engineer of the year” for member engineer who worked exceptional on the european idea (September 2013)

Conferences

  • September 2013 in Antwerp, Belgium, “Move. Transport. Transcend.”
  • June 2013 in Dublin, Ireland, “Building Networks to the World”

2012

3

Events

  • EYE Contact was re-introduced: well-liked magazine to inform EYE members about topics such as EYE Conferences, Engineering society, carreers, EYE-catcher = prominent article with undefined topic (October 2012)

Conferences

  • October 2012 in Valletta, Malta, “Overcoming limitations”
  • June 2012 in Rotterdam, Amsterdam, “Engineering Connections”

2011

3

Conferences

  • June 2011 in Varna, Bulgaria, “Engineering the Future”

2008

3

New member associations

  • NITO (October 2008)

Conferences

  • May 2008 in Hasselt, Belgium
  • October 2008 in Düsseldorf, Germany

2007

3

Conferences

  • June 2007 in Enschede, Netherlands
  • October 2007 in Valletta, Malta, “Networking Europe through Engineering”

2006

3

Conferences

  • October 2006 in Denmark
  • May 2006 in Sofia, Bulgaria

2005

3

New member associations

  • GIOON (June 2005)

Conferences

  • October 2005 in Leuven, Belgium
  • June 2005 in Cardiff, Wales

2004

3

Conferences

  • November 2004 in Strasbourg, France
  • June 2004 in London, UK, “Managing People – Engineering The Business”

2003

3

New member associations

  • FNTS, Bulgaria (June 2003)
  • CNI, Italy (June 2003)

Conferences

  • November 2003 in Cologne, Germany

2002

3

Events

  • EYE Statutes were formed (formerly Declaration of Intent) ” The Statutes is the basic rules for EYE and covers everything from objectives and membership to structure and responsibilities. One of the major changes is the incorporation of the newly founded values for EYE.” (July 2002)
  • EYE-Contact: digital Newsmagazine of EYE to share news to members and short articles on subjects of interest, such as politics, engineering, conferences EYE development and working groups and research (June 2002)

New member associations

  • Association of Consulting Engineers (ACE), UK (May 2002)
  • FI (November 2002)

Conferences

  • November 2002 in The Hague, Netherlands
  • May 2005 in Bruges, Belgium

1995

3

Events

  • The first big “come together” took place in Amsterdam (June 1995)

1994

3

Events

  • A declaration of intent was signed by five (KVIV, KIVI, NILI, VIK, NIRIA) junior sections of Dutch and Belgian engineering associations to expand mutual understanding and build a sense of closeness between young european engineers. Shortly afterwards Danish, British and German organisations joined. At this moment there was no intent to take positions in the political process (December 1994)
  • European Young Engineers (EYE) was found to face increasing international co-operation and support students and young engineers in questions national associations could answer just hardly
  • additional: members allowed: European organisations of young engineers or sections of engineering associations for engineering students and engineers <35 years; in this declaration of intent a european activity is mentioned to be held every six month (December 1994)
  • additional: junior sections were: Department of Young Engineers of the Royal Institute of Engineers in the Netherlands and the Committee of Young Engineers of the Royal Flemish Engineering Association in Belgium