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2015 Student Vacation Program Awards Presentation

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Certificates of Achievement were presented to the 11 students who completed the DIAL Summer Student Vacation Program at the end of the DIAA Vic Conference on June 14 2015.

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2015 Student Vacation Program Awards Presentation

  1. 1. Student Vacation Program Awards Presented 14th May 2015 Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd www.dairyinnovation.com.au
  2. 2. Dairy Innovation Australia Ltd An Innovation Company Strengthening and Growing Dairy Manufacturing www.dairyinnovation.com.au
  3. 3. Dairy Innovation Members Bega Cheese Dairy Australia Murray Goulburn Cooperative Lion Dairy & Drinks Parmalat Australia Tatura Milk Industries Warrnambool Cheese & Butter
  4. 4. What can DIAL do? A COMMERCIAL FOOD MANUFACTURING CONSULTANCY BUILT ON A TWENTY YEAR LEGACY IN DAIRY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATED PROCESS AND PRODUCT SOLUTIONS CULTURE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES TRAINING WORKSHOPS & HELPLINE SUPPORT • Process Engineering • Food Science & Technology • Tailor Made Cultures • Support & Services • Skills Development • Global Networks
  5. 5. DIAL Student Vacation Program Delivering real benefits to dairy manufacturers and students • Companies can address real issues that require dedicated technical resource(s) – where they are time and resource constrained • High calibre students with a willingness to begin a career in rural or region locations are selected and matched with projects • Majority of student projects create significant value for their sponsor company through savings or better work practices • 1/3 of all SVP participants go on to work in the industry Real projects, real issues, delivering outcomes
  6. 6. 6 Projects • Student projects cover a wide range of project areas including: • plant performance • thermal & electrical energy monitoring • updating site PID’s in CAD • process control • product functionality behaviour and characterisation • water and waste minimisation
  7. 7. 7 SVP – Background Program was initiated in 1999 with aims of: • increasing undergraduate awareness of the dairy manufacturing sector • improving the process engineering knowledge of production staff • solving process problems, that are often poorly resourced, on a day-to-day basis
  8. 8. 8 Broadening capability... Degrees studied: • Engineering – Chemical – Mechanical / Mechatronics – Electrical • Science – Food Science & Nutrition, Food Technology – Chemistry, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology – Computer Sci., Geo. Sci., Pharm. Sci. (Formulation)
  9. 9. 9 SVP Participation To date: • Program has run for 15 years • 142 students have participated • 51 students have been employed in dairy sector (36%) Universities represented: • University of Queensland • Deakin University • University of Melbourne • Monash University • University of New South Wales • RMIT University
  10. 10. 10 SVP Program Calendar Program Advertising (June – July) -Web/Print, University career events, presentations on site etc. Company Recruitment (July – September) - EOI, Site visits to identify projects - Scope projects - Contracts Student Recruitment (August –October) - applications received - 1st round interviews at university site - 2nd round interviews (theory and practical) at DIAL - Shortlist successful candidates - Offers made Finalise Contracts (November) - supervisors site and DIAL appointed - assistance to find accomodation Program Starts (end of November)
  11. 11. 11 SVP Program Structure Commences late November each year Concludes end of February of following year Duration of 12 weeks: • week 1; Inductions at DIAL then Host site • weeks 2 – 11; Project work conducted on-site • week 12; Deliver Presentation and Report on project Reports reviewed & signed off by DIAL in March
  12. 12. 12 Recent Statistics • 2013 – 2014 – 10 student projects – 6 companies – across states of NSW, VIC, SA • 2014 – 2015 – 11 student projects – 4 companies – 5 universities – across states of NSW, VIC, TAS
  13. 13. 13 Application Process • 137 applicants from 12 universities (James Cook, Curtin, Monash, Melbourne, RMIT, Swinburne, Sydney, UNSW, Adelaide, Wollongong, UQ, UWA) • 45 1st round interviews • 25 2nd round interviews • 11 placements 137 45 25 11 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 140 160 Applicants 1st Round 2nd Round Appointed
  14. 14. 14 SVP 2014 – 2015 Participants • Nathaniel Ballinger • Matthew Biviano • Carine Ch’ng • Sean Corcoran • Georgia Jaffray • Kenneth Lee • Doug Magusic • Declan O’Shea • Courtney Rohde • Richard Wood • Fanshuo Yan
  15. 15. 15 Matthew Biviano Degree: BE Chem/BSc University: Monash Company: Bega Cheese Ltd Site: Strathmerton, VIC Site Champion: Llew Sandford DIAL Supervisors: David Barr/Colin Jones Project: Sources of Sodium in Waste Water
  16. 16. 16 Sean Corcoran Degree: BE Chem/BSc University: Monash Company: Bega Cheese Ltd Site: Bega, NSW Site Champion Brett Dunham/Adrian Freckleton DIAL Supervisors: Mark Schleyer/Colin Jones Project: Processed Cheese Optimisation
  17. 17. 17 Declan O’Shea Degree: BSc University: Melbourne Company: Bega Cheese Ltd Site: Tatura, VIC Site Champion: Sean Trebley DIAL Supervisors: Lisa Owens/David Barr Project: Reduction of Sodium in Waste Water
  18. 18. 18 Richard Wood Degree: BE Chem University: RMIT Company: Bega Cheese Ltd Site: Bega, NSW Site Champions: Francisco Suarez/Kristen Whitehead DIAL Supervisors: Mark Schleyer/Colin Jones Project: Whey Plant CIP Optimisation
  19. 19. 19 Doug Magusic Degree: BSc/M Eng University: Melbourne Company: Bega Cheese Ltd Site: Coburg, VIC Site Champion: Richard Paine DIAL Supervisors: David Barr/Lisa Owens Project: Site Waste Water Assessment
  20. 20. 20 Carine Ch’ng Degree: BE Chem/M Biomed Eng University: UNSW Company: Lion Dairy & Drinks Site: Wetherill Park, NSW Site Champion: Dan Alderton/Sarah Bricknell DIAL Supervisors: Mike Weeks/Mark Schleyer Project: Batching System Design Review
  21. 21. 21 Georgia Jaffray Degree: BE Chem/BSc University: Monash Company: Lion Dairy & Drinks Site: Burnie, TAS Site Champion: Todd Clark DIAL Supervisors: Lisa Owens/Bogdan Zisu Project: Cheese Coagulator Mass Balance
  22. 22. 22 Courtney Rohde Degree: BE Chem/BSc Food University: UQ Company: Lion Dairy & Drinks Site: Burnie, TAS Site Champion: Todd Clark DIAL Supervisors: Lisa Owens/Bogdan Zisu Project: Pasteurisation Effects on Cheese Yield & Texture
  23. 23. 23 Kenneth Lee Degree: BE/B PharmSc University: Monash Company: Tatura Milk Industries BCL Site: Tatura, VIC Site Champion: Penny Holmes DIAL Supervisors: Nohemí Quispe-Chávez /Colin Jones Project: Cream Cheese Solids Recovery
  24. 24. 24 Fanshuo Yan Degree: BE Chem/B Com University: Monash Company: Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Site: Allansford, VIC Site Champion: Isabella Knight/Jamie Harry DIAL Supervisor: Nohemí Quispe-Chávez Project: CIP Water Recovery & Losses
  25. 25. 25 Nathaniel Ballinger Degree: BSc / ME (Chem) University: Melbourne Company: Warrnambool Cheese & Butter Site: Allansford, VIC Site Champion: Isabella Knight/Jamie Harry DIAL Supervisor: Nohemí Quispe-Chávez /Colin Jones Project: Demin Plant Water Consumption
  26. 26. 26 Acknowledgements • the participating companies and their staff: – Bega Cheese Ltd – Lion Dairy & Drinks – Tatura Milk Industries – Warrnambool Cheese & Butter
  27. 27. 27 Acknowledgements • DIAL supervising staff – David Barr – Colin Jones – Nohemí Quispe-Chávez – Lisa Owens – Mark Schleyer – Mike Weeks – Bogdan Zisu
  28. 28. 28 www.dairyinnovation.com.au

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