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MEEA 2008 and Annual Reception

The Winners of the sixth edition of the Malta Engineering Excellence Awards (MEEA) were announced on Friday December 5th at a reception hosted by the Chamber of Engineers. The event was supported by Malta Enterprise and the awards were presented by Perit Chris Falzon, CEO of Malta Enterprise and Inġ Helga Pizzuto, President of the Chamber of Engineers.

The MEEAs provide national recognition to individuals and organisations who have achieved outstanding engineering accomplishments. Three awards are given annually, one for Innovation, one for Leadership and one for Life Time Achievement.

Last Updated on Friday, 12 December 2008 11:15
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Malta Engineering Excellence Awards 2008
The Malta Engineering Excellence Awards will be presented on the 5th December at The Chamber of Commerce & Enterprise during the Chamber's Annual Reception.  As with previous years this ceremony will serve to showcase the capabilities of the engineering community.

These awards are our opportunity to recognise engineering excellence in the areas of innovation and leadership and to recognise those who throughout their career have contributed significantly to the development of local engineering.
Last Updated on Friday, 12 December 2008 10:10
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New Lufthansa Technik Hanger Industrial Visit
The Chamber is organising an industrial visit at the new Lufthansa Technik Malta hanger which is located in Hal-Farrug road (next to Polidano Brothers) on Saturday 29 th November 2008 at 10am.

Should you wish to book a place do so by phoning Frank on 21334858 mornings or send an e-mail to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Last Updated on Sunday, 30 November 2008 19:48
 
Internationally acclaimed award for Maltese Engineer
The Chamber of Engineers would like to congratulate Ing. Dr. Tonio Sant who was recently presented with the “Excellent Young Wind Doctor Award 2008” in Brussels. Ing. Dr. Sant is a lecturer at the University of Malta’s Department of Mechanical Engineering. His research focused on obtaining a better understanding of the aerodynamic behaviour of wind turbines.

In the current global situation and because of the fact that Malta, to date, does not have any natural mineral oil resources, the Chamber of Engineers believes that heavy investments should be made in the areas of renewable energies. Achievements, such as this of Ing. Dr. Tonio Sant, highlight the capabilities that are being developed in this very relevant area.  It is augured that as a Nation we capitalize on the limited resources that are currently readily available, be they human, wind or solar.
Last Updated on Sunday, 30 November 2008 19:38
 
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