European Young Engineers (EYE) is a membership organisation for young engineers of all disciplines within the European Higher Educaton Area (EHEA). Find more information in the About section.
Business Challenge 2021 came to an end successfully with the best work! Congratulations to Adet Wildan for winning the #BusinessChallenge2021!
The #EYE Future of Work working group has published a paper tackling the transformation of the workplace due to Covid-19: “A new way of working post Covid-19: Expectations of young engineers in Europe”.
This year, European Young Engineers (EYE) is an official partner of herCAREER – the leading exhibition for women’s career planning. The focus of the fair in 2021 is engineering.
McDermott International, Ltd & European Young Engineers (EYE) have teamed up to bring you this exciting opportunity, combining two hottest topics of the decade – sustainability and AI.
In collaboration with the Oxford Energy Society, European Young Engineers hosted an event discussing the recently released International Energy Agency’s Net-Zero Report. The event featured panellists with expertise in technology, energy, economics, and policy from the hallowed halls of Oxford University and unpacked what the report means for different parts of the world, as well as assessing the feasibility of the IEA Net-Zero scenarios.The discussion was vibrant and insightful, with attendees getting an insight in to the most advanced climate change research currently ongoing and gaining an understanding of the severity of climate change.
How can young engineers contribute to a future “Towards Net Zero Energy Infrastructure”? – EU Green Week 2021
‘Storytelling – Presenting with Impact’ workshop organised by the EYE External Relations Department.
With the IDA & IDA Young Professionals Association, we are promoting in May a series of exciting online webinars and events.
The Ent-Ex Programme is a community and learning programme for young career-
driven people. A 3-day online workshop aimed to develop professional skills outside of university.
The webinar, titled Water Reuse for a Sustainable Industry: Challenges & Opportunities in a Circular Economy included a panel of industry experts who discussed the subject and took questions from the audience.
In this episode, we talk about plant construction and plant engineering in modern times as well as the challenges of the industry and we get to know Mr. Nowicki better!