Starting off EPS 23/24 with an introduction & (optional) social. We'll be taking you through everything happening during the year, projects, workshops and all. This Wednesday at 14:00! Come meet the members.
Students sharing and collaborating around NCL! Once upon a time we made ROVs... The Marine Projects Society focuses on designing and building marine vehicles.
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The Newcastle University Engineering Projects Society (formerly known as Marine Projects Society) focuses on exciting engineering projects, including but not limited to the design and construction of marine vehicles and solar cars. By bringing together students of all engineering disciplines and computing science in a massive interdisciplinary effort, the society accomplishes its goals through well executed system integration. Joining us promises to be a unique and fun-filled experience to see, learn and play!
In the academic year 2017/18, we focused on building a Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV). Thus formed a competitive arm under our society’s wings: the NU ROVers. With a team comprising engineers (civil, electrical, marine, mechanical) and computer scientists, we forged the way in the integrated School of Engineering’s first cross-discipline project, successfully building a prototype ROV despite the entire team being new to the whole thing!
This year, the team is led by an experienced committee determined to promote the joys of engaging in practical engineering work. As we return for a fresh start to the academic year 2018/19, we’re excited to take interdisciplinary projects to a whole new level with better cooperation and more exciting opportunities!
We welcome all engineering and computer science students, as well as anyone who has an interest in practical engineering projects! See you soon (: