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Best Duncan Gibbs podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Duncan Gibbs podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Welcome to a New Dawn of Engineering Challenges. If you are concerned or interested about the current and future life as an engineer, then this Podcast is for you. We look closely at what it means in today's society to be an engineer, and we discuss some challenges our guests are facing or working on. Every Friday, Mel & Dom share a discussion they've had with an engineer. They will talk about their career and provide thoughts and advice for future engineers. Engineers Australia is proud to ...
 
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Australia’s engineering capability is at risk. Duncan Gibb from Fulton Hogan spoke to Engineering Heroes and suggests that “as an industry we need to be more intentional about improving the capability and capacity of our people.” Duncan urges the engineering industry to consider the culture of the industry and suggests that collaboration is key in …
 
Like all good superhero stories, today’s episode will take you on a journey of discovery into modern leadership. Anne Koopmann-Schmidt is an engineer from Germany, but has travelled the world in her career. Her discussion starts with bias in the workforce and how old-fashioned ideals of leadership – power and authority – need to be a thing of the p…
 
People are being failed by technology every day. Dr Anusha Withana spoke to Engineering Heroes about his work in ensuring the individual’s needs are at the centre of every technology that is created. But with millions of people around the world, how is this even possible? Because when all individual person is at the centre of design... "that's like…
 
Diversity on boards.. isn’t just about gender or age. Only about 3% of directors come from STEM, and without this there is a real risk of boards not performing at their highest potential. Stacey spoke to Mel and Dom about her journey in engineering through to her new book. Stacey Daniel is one of the 2020 Most Innovative Engineers. “it's fair to sa…
 
Engineers have a great responsibility to society. And as we continue to push artificial intelligence engineers have to ask… what are the ethical implications associated with that? It’s time for engineers to become philosophers and help build a better society for the future. This is a podcast about the engineering challenges that are facing today’s …
 
Alex Kingsbury spoke to Engineering Heroes about the Australian manufacturing industry. She discusses that the industry is going through a transformation and asks the real question - what kind of manufacturing should Australia be doing? Australia needs to be able to compete on value, not on cost. If you could sum up where the future of manufacturin…
 
Adrian Piani is ACT’s Chief Engineer and spoke to Mel & Dom about the need for engineers to start solving the right problem. Engineers solve problems to improve the quality of our lives, but we can't do that at the expense of the environment. This is a podcast about the engineering challenges that are facing today’s society. These are our Engineeri…
 
The buildings you live and work in can improve your spirit or make you sick. Alicia Maynard spoke to Mel & Dom about her awareness in ensuring the longevity of buildings by connecting the occupant's needs to the natural environment. This is a podcast about the engineering challenges that are facing today’s society. These are our Engineering Heroes.…
 
Grant Maher is an indigenous engineer who has just started his own consulting firm. Engineering wasn’t much on the radar growing up and it was a random comment from his father that set him on his path. Grant spoke to Engineering Heroes about the need to bring awareness of engineering as a career path to indigenous communities around Australia. “As …
 
Nicole Locke is a passionate engineer who has strived throughout her career to merge her desire to help with her skill as an engineer. “If the engineering work doesn't have a human element and it's not actively trying to provide some kind of service to a community, I just don't have time for that.” She spoke to Engineering Heroes about the Value of…
 
Matthew Dunbabin has had a diverse career path that “has led me to some really interesting things by experiencing different types of engineering”. Now in his role as professor at QUT, he spoke to Engineering Heroes about his work as being a connector for multiple disciplines to ensure the best solution to a problem is created. A podcast from Engine…
 
Welcome to a new dawn of engineering conversations. Our first guest is Dr Bronwyn Evans, CEO of Engineers Australia. We speak to Dr Bronwyn Evans about her journey in engineering, and she talks to us about her thoughts on the importance of engineers staying relevant with society. “..you do your degree, but that's really only the start of being able…
 
Today’s episode provides a deep dive into First Nation knowledge and asks how society can learn to acknowledge and connect with some of the world’s earliest innovators, the Australian Indigenous people. Engineering Heroes is continuing to flip its usual format on its head. We share with you another great episode from Reimagine STEM, a podcast serie…
 
Diversity in engineering has been a very popular topic in our podcast’s history. The push for diversity is not just a PR stunt, failing to ensure a diverse engineering workforce has massive implications on how people interact with this world. Because from diversity stems brilliance. Engineering Heroes is continuing to flip its usual format on its h…
 
Do engineers comprehend the important role they have in building and shaping our society? Engineering Heroes is continuing to flip its usual format on its head. We share with you episode 2 of Reimagine STEM, a podcast series from the ANU CECS. Each episode in the series will delve into some key engineering hot topics. Through the presentation of ri…
 
Engineering Heroes is turning its usual program on its head. We are sharing with you a podcast series from the ANU, called Reimage STEM. Each episode in the series will delve into some key engineering hot topics. Through the presentation of rich and deep interviews this episode will present the exciting innovations which are occurring in engineerin…
 
Gavin Blakey talks to us about the 3 pillars (or the 3 legged stool as he calls it!) every engineer should know. He discusses that when you have true gender diversity in engineering, suddenly those soft skills aren’t so hard. And he is an engineer who has experienced and witnessed such equality on engineering projects. But how can more women be ent…
 
Meagan Olive has learned that the technical skills you learn as an engineer will only take you so far. To be a better engineer, you must get your boots on the ground, talk to the trades, learn from mentors and just... get out there and see it for yourself. Get ready for World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development on 4 March All February Engin…
 
Alexander Borovskis works in Australia’s nuclear facility at ANSTO as a Waste Management lead. And in his role, he has many interactions with the community and has learned to communicate about challenging issues. This has allowed him to become a better engineer. Get ready for World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development on 4 March All February…
 
The skills and the role of the engineer has been disappearing from the social conscience since the 1800’s. Roma Agrawal discusses with us the need to understand where society is, before we can best communicate and change society’s perception. World Engineering Day for Sustainable Development is on 4th March Join us in February as we introduce you t…
 
The Hon. Trish White talks to us about how society, and especially engineers, are experiencing the Industrial Revolution 4.0. We discuss the subsequent global disruption and the skills of engineers to navigate through this time. This is a re-edited REPLAY This is a podcast about the engineering challenges that are facing today’s society. These are …
 
What value does engineering bring society? This is a question James Trevelyan has pondered throughout his career and he challenges other engineers to answer. Until such time engineers can truly understand their own value, they have no chance at communicating to society why human civilization will not survive without them. “”it's not a matter of fix…
 
After a rough start, Don Moloney settled into a career of engineering very happily. ""switched into engineering and it was like .... everything just clicked into place for me He is using his sphere of influence to encourage innovation, actively ignore the dissenters and focus on fixing climate change ""...the outliers, sort of distract from the con…
 
There are currently over 2100 satellites in space and this number is growing fast. The more satellites that enter space, the more space debris there is. "a bigger problem is that sometimes satellites explode, and when they explode they create more debris and they create a bigger threat to other satellites, which is a terrible situation" William Cro…
 
Stories are all around us, but not all of them are told correctly. And some of them get completely forgotten as we move along the journey of building. Meg Panozzo is our guest this week and she strongly believes that the engineer’s story must be changed. It is lacking the connection to the why, the connection to the people, to society. Through tell…
 
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