Systems Engineering in Practice series: Systems Engineering on the Parramatta Light Rail Project

Artist impression on Parramatta Light Rail along Macquarie Street c/o Transport for NSW

Systems Engineering is used to solve large-scale, complex, real-world engineering problems. In this invited lecture, we will explore the case study of the Transport for NSW Parramatta Light Rail project.

Parramatta Light Rail is one of the NSW Government’s major infrastructure projects to serve a growing Sydney. Engineering Manager Jonathan Luey and Systems Engineering Manager Chris Darby will describe the processes and challenges of applying systems engineering in Transport for NSW's ambitious project to bring light rail to the Greater Sydney Region's central river city.

Where: China in the World Theatre, Fellows Lane (map)
When: Tuesday 8 May 12-1pm. Light refreshments to follow until 2pm.
RSVP by 12pm Monday 7 May

All students and staff welcome.

Date & time

12pm 8 May 2018


Room:China in the World Theater
188 Fellows Lane, Acton ACT 2601


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