Dr Enda Crossin
I am the Acting Managing Partner of the Engineering Practice Academy at Swinburne University of Technology. I am a leader in the team designing and delivering the new Bachelor of Engineering Practice (Honours) degree, delivered through the Engineering Practice Academy.I am a Chartered Professional Engineer in areas of Mechanical Engineering, Leadership and Management, and Project Management.
I am an expert in materials engineering and environmental life cycle assessment with almost 20 years' experience in both industry and universities.I have led industry-based research projects for a range of sectors, including agriculture, forestry, renewable energy, packaging and the built environment, with over AUD$1.4 million dollars in research income. My current research interests focus on utilising life cycle assessment to understand the environmental performance of new material systems, and waste management systems. I have recently expanded my research profile to include engineering education, and I am the Research Director for the Engineering Practice Academy, in which I also lead the research theme ‘The Future of Engineering Practice’.
I am passionate about developing diverse professional engineers who are prepared for the changing demands of engineering work. I undertake this by linking my industry expertise, engineering fundamentals and practical engineering knowledge through project and practice-based work integrated learning. This underpins my teaching, mentoring and research supervision approach.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Principal Coordinating Supervisor students as Masters & Doctoral Supervision.
Also published as: Crossin, Enda; Crossin, E.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2019: Life Cycle Assessment of supermarket shopping trolleys *; Innovation Connections
* Chief Investigator
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