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Issue 2 - December 2011

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Abertax, MITA, the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Malta and Ing. Vince Magri were the winners of this year’s Engineering Excellence Awards, an annual event organised by the Chamber of Engineers. Held on Wednesday 7th December at St. John Cavalier, the 10th edition included awards in three categories: Innovation, Leadership, and Lifetime Achievement.

The awards were kindly presented by Parliamentary Secretary Dr. Chris Said, together with Chamber of Engineers President Ing. Saviour Baldacchino. “This event is an opportunity to showcase the capabilities of the engineering community. With great satisfaction, we note that these Awards keep gaining profile and acceptance from industry,” stated Ing. Baldacchino, during his welcoming address. He congratulated all the winners and nominees for their high-level submissions.

During his speech, Dr. Said remarked that although most of the technology based businesses in Malta are small operations, this does not disqualify them from being creative and commercially astute. “These awards aim to emphasise innovation and effectiveness in order to allow smaller companies to compete on an equal footing with larger ones and to provide a benchmark of excellence from which the industry can learn,” he stated.

MEEAS 2011

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CoE signs MoU with IEEE

CoE signs MoU with IEEE


During the Malta Engineering Excellence Awards, the Chamber of Engineers also signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (IEEE).

CoE President Ing. Saviour Baldacchino stated that this signing was a sign of closer collaboration between the two organisations. He remarked that although an understanding already existed between the CoE and IEEE, now that it had been articulated and put on paper, it would serve as a more tangible point of reference for a healthier professional relationship.

 

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Engineering Today

As the Chamber of Engineers continues to extend its communications arm, it continues to look for new ways to reach out to members. For the first time, members can access Engineering Today on the website. Click here for the latest issue.

Council Drinks 2011

On 19th December, the Council of the Chamber of Engineers hosted a Christmas drinks event at the Professional Centre, in order to meet and thank its collaborators for their efforts over the past year.

Council Drinks 2011

The Chamber wishes you

a healthy and successful

New Year 2012!


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