The ITE Transport Engineers at Monash University (TEM) Student Chapter is helping to develop the next generation of transport engineers and creating strong links between students and the profession.
The students who form the Student Chapter Committee are:
I am Jeyashivraj Parthiban (Jey), a dedicated and enthusiastic 4th year student pursuing a Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours)/Economics. I am the president of Transport Engineers at Monash for 2019. I am extremely excited to be part of the ITE student chapter and keen to organise the many events we will holding next year. As president I shall ensure TEM continues to provide opportunities for students to connect with industry professionals and engage with professional organisations. I am interested in both transport and structural engineering and hope to obtain a career in design or project management.
Cassandra is a fourth year Monash University student currently completing a double degree in Civil Engineering and Architectural Design. She is Past President of the student chapter, Transport Engineers at Monash and is involved in the overall strategic planning of the club within Monash University. Cassandra’s interests lie in transport and traffic engineering as well as sustainability, and she hopes to pursue a career in transport in the future.
Hey, my name is Shrey Mehta and I’m the 2018/19 Treasurer for Transport Engineers at Monash. I’m currently in my 4th year of studies at Monash University and am enrolled in a double degree of Engineering (Civil) & Commerce Specialist (Actuarial Science). I am interested in all aspects of Civil Engineering, but particularly the elements of Transport and Structural Engineering are what fascinate me most. As the Treasurer for TEM, I am required to undertake critical decisions in relation to the expenditure and budgeting for events, and further manage the overall finances for the club.
Hi, my name is Igor Karasyov. I am a penultimate year student at Monash University specialising in Transport/Traffic Engineering and Environmental Economics. I have been previously involved in clubs such as Association of Civil Engineering Students (ACES) as a 2nd Year Representative and Transport Engineers at Monash (TEM) as a General Representative.
As the newly elected TEM-ITE/AITPM Liaison, I intend to continue maintaining regular contact with ITE, as well as improve TEM’s current relationship with AITPM. I look forward to organising more social and educational events, ultimately connecting Monash University students to professionals in the industry.
Hi, I am Branavan Ramalingam and I am currently in my penultimate year of Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Honours) at Monash University. I am interested in Construction (Project Management) and Transport and Traffic Engineering. I am the TEM-ITE Liaison Officer, and my role is to maintain regular contact with ITE on behalf of TEM and help with the planning and undertaking of the events carried out by TEM. I am very excited to be a part of the Transport Engineers Monash Committee. I am looking forward to working with the other members of the committee and making it a successful year for TEM.