The Electrical Engineering Group and Mechanical Engineering Group have partnered with AUT School for Future Environments, and invite you to EMCONZ 2022, to be held at the AUT Conference Centre, Auckland, New Zealand on 15th September 2022.
This conference provides an opportunity for members across both membership and industry networks to showcase Innovation, future-focused thinking, technical challenges, design best-practice or showcase interesting projects within our field.
We’ve secured 14 amazing exhibitors for EMCONZ 2022 and are excited to announce who they are. You can view all exhibitors here.
You’re invited to join other delegates to connect face-to-face for the first time in 2 years! The social networking evening tickets includes light drinks and nibbles. Venue: AUT Conference Centre
POST CONFERENCE DINNER
Celebrate the conclusion of EMCONZ 2022 and carry on the conversations over some fine dining with your new connections. Venue: Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron
The conference programme is now available. You can view the programme here! Want to find out more about the presenter? Check them out here!
We have secured discounted accommodation at two local hotels that delegates are welcome to take advantage of. Discount is subject to availability, so get in quick!
Copthorne Auckland City Hotel: three minutes’ walk from the venue. Go to https://www.millenniumhotels.com/, enter your desired dates and use ENGINEERINGNZ in the group code. Please note: the availability is limited the special rates are available from 13th – 18th September 2022.
Crowne Plaza Auckland: six minutes’ walk from the venue. Click here to secure your discounted EMCONZ rate. Please note the availability is limited and special rates are available from 13th – 16th September 2022.
EMCONZ 2022 has been organised by a planning team consisting of both the Electrical Engineering Group committee, and the Mechanical Engineering Group committee supported by the Team at Engineering New Zealand. We are also delighted to be partnering with the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) school of the Built Environment.