EnGenius showcases RMIT University School of Engineering undergraduate students' final year projects, each providing an innovative design solution to a real-world problem.
The event brings together more than 1,000 final year engineering students, high school visitors, academics, industry and the general public to experience the future of engineering and exchange ideas.
When visiting the expo, you'll get a taste of our students' dynamic ideas and can learn more about STEM and its impact on economic, social and environmental issues.
The Executive Dean of the School of Engineering, Distinguished Professor Adrian Mouritz said RMIT was proud to produce young engineers who were creating design solutions for real-life challenges.
"EnGenius brings engineering out of the classroom and into real life," he said.
"Last year's visitors to EnGenius saw how a robotic desk arm could help children with spinal cord injuries gain independence, learnt how a bike for people with special needs was designed and developed and drove a drone.
"Come visit EnGenius 2019 to check out this year's exciting designs and prototypes."
This event is free and open to everyone.