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Mechanical and Automobile Engineering Showcase 2022

Welcome to the Mechanical & Automobile Engineering Showcase 2022

TUS’s annual Engineering Showcase provides students from our Undergraduate Degrees with an opportunity to present the project work they have completed throughout the past Academic year.  

The past 2 Years has seen this Showcase move online due to COVID 19 but this year I am excited to announce it is back on-site as a face-to-face event. Joining us on the day will be an extensive spread of industry representatives from companies such as Modular Automation, Takumi, KMAC, Analog, Jones Engineering, Shortts Engineering Steel, Stryker, Shannon Precision Engineering, Nestle, BCD Engineering, Zimmer and many others.  Awards are given to best project and student, selected by industry representatives. In recent years, we have had interviews and recruitment success for students develop from the event also. 

As part of the Online Showcase last year, the content was moved online. This proved to be an overwhelming success and for that reason we have decided to place the students work once again on this dedicated webpage. 

The menus below will take you to each category of students in our Showcase, which involve both group and individual project work from the students across a range of different courses in the Department of Mechanical & Automobile Engineering. If there are any projects on display that are of interest to you, or you wish to contact any of the students linked to these projects, please email

Message from Dean of Faculty

The Faculty of Engineering and the Built Environment welcomes you to the Engineering Showcase organised by the Department of Mechanical and Automobile Engineering. This event highlights the activities, products produced and creativity of our students and reflects the support, encouragement and engagement of staff with students throughout their learning in TUS. On behalf of the Faculty, I would like to thank our industry sponsors who have championed this event over the years and provided many prizes to students. I would like to wish you all an enjoyable event as I know there are some wonderful projects on display this year. 

Maria Kyne, Dean of Faculty of Engineering & Built Environment