School of Electrical, Electronic and Computer Engineering

Industry Advisory Panel

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The Industry Advisory Panel advises the School on its teaching and research programs, particularly with regard to their relevance to local and international industry needs.

The panel intends to contribute to the formulation of the objectives of the School and to assist in their achievement. Our main role is to provide an external industry perspective on the functions and operations of the School, teaching and research centres with the aim of ensuring that they are:

  • of significance to the profession
  • consistent with and support industry and government objectives
  • in accordance with industry needs for engineering graduates
  • consistent with changes in technology and the use of technology in local industry
  • likely to benefit the State of Western Australia and the community at large
  • likely to promote research in areas that are critical to the profession, the development of Western Australia and the nation.

The panel may make recommendations concerning all matters of relevance to the School of Engineering and may make recommendations to the Faculty Advisory Board for the benefit of other advisory panels or for the submission to the Faculty Board (staff login required).

One external member of the advisory panel reports on the activities of the panel to each meeting of the Faculty Advisory Board. Meetings of the advisory panel are held at least every six months or are arranged to discuss particular initiatives at the convenience of the members.

  1. Membership
  2. Agendas and mintues

Membership

Membership of the panel comprises:

  • the Head of School
  • external, industry-based engineering practitioners. Where possible, sufficient external members are sought to represent key subject areas of electrical, electronic and computer engineering (for example: power engineering, electrical/electronic manufacturing, software engineering, control and instrumentation engineering and communications).

Industry representatives

  • Professor Charlie Musca, Senior Systems Engineer, MRX Technologies (Chair)
  • Dr Stephen Beckwith, Principal Project Manager, Water Corporation WA
  • Mr Mark Callaghan, Atamo Pty Ltd
  • Mr Sisira Elangasinghe, Senior Consultant, Lycopodium Engineering Pty Ltd
  • Mr Brian Lloyd, MO Consultants
  • Mr Francis Norman, Principal Engineer, Kvaerner Oil and Gas Australia
  • Mr Marcus Oates, Regional Manager, Siemens
  • Mr Leigh Paskin, Hatch
  • Mr Richard Pragasam, Schneider Electric
  • Mr Mehdi Toufan, Group Manager, Transmission Division, Western Power Corporation
  • Mr Arnold Wong, Director, Landgate International
  • Mr Mark de Laeter – Western Power
  • Mr Angelo D’Agostino, Senior Process Control Engineer, Worsley Alumina Pty Ltd
  • Mr Tony Preston,  Measurement
  • Mr John Spencer, Managing Director, Allcom Technology
  • Mr David Culpin, Raytheon Australia
  • Mr David Horn, GHD
  • Mr Erik Eriksen, Raytheon Australia
  • Mr Lance Sanderson, On Australia
  • Mr Phil Southwell, Western Power Corporation

School representatives

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Agendas and Minutes

EECE staff members can log in using their Pheme credentials to view these documents.

7 May 2013 meeting

Agenda 7 May 2012 [PDF, 820.8 KB]
Updated 17 Jul 2013


Agenda 7 May 2013 [DOC, 639.5 KB]
Updated 18 Jul 2013


 

21 November 2012 meeting

Agenda 21 Nov 2012 [PDF, 1.4 MB]
Updated 17 Jul 2013


 

22 May 2012 meeting

 

1 November 2011 meeting

Agenda 1 Nov 2011 [PDF, 194.5 KB]
Updated 17 Jul 2013


 

7 June 2011 meeting

Agenda 7 June 2011 [PDF, 58.6 KB]
Updated 17 Jul 2013


Agenda 7 June 2011 [DOC, 74.0 KB]
Updated 18 Jul 2013


Minutes 7 Jun 2011 [PDF, 76.7 KB]
Updated 17 Jul 2013


 
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