Dr Enda Crossin
Dr. Enda Crossin is a Senior Lecturer of STEM Work Integrated Learning in the Engineering Practice Academy at Swinburne University of Technology. He is a Chartered Engineer in areas of Mechanical Engineering, Leadership and Management, and Project Management. With over 15 years' experience in both industry and universities, and is part of the team designing and delivering the new Bachelor of Engineering Practice (Honours) degree.
Dr. Crossin has expertise in materials engineering and sustainability, and has led industry-based research projects for a range of sectors, including renewable energy, packaging and built environment, with over $1.4 million dollars in research income. His current research interests focus on utilising life cycle assessment to understand the environmental performance of new material systems, and waste management systems in Australia. Dr. Crossin has expanded his research profile to include engineering education, and he currently leads the research direction of the Engineering Practice Academy.
Enda is passionate about developing engineers who are prepared for work in the 21st century, and is a member of Engineers Australia, The Australasian Association for Engineering Education's Early Career Academy, and the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia.
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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