UNSW Materials Engineering Student Society
MATSOC is the student society for all students studying Materials Science and Engineering at the University of New South Wales.
Throughout the year we hold events such as BBQs and soccer matches, along with annual activities like a camp, harbour cruise and ball. In August 2013, the the MATSOC team took first prize at the Science Trivia night! Click on the video below for a snippet of what first year camp is like.
Our aim is to provide help and mentoring to all students of Materials Science and Engineering and to encourage students to socialise together, both through MATSOC and jointly held events with other societies.
We also provide information to the community of the work that is being done by the School.
Planned events for 2018:
- Study sessions for exams
- First year camp with ChemEng
- Career talks by industry professionals
- Engineering Sports Day
- Laser tag
- Movie night
First year representatives are elected at our first BBQ of the semester. Being part of MATSOC is an amazing way to boost your resume and to obtain entry into more influential positions!
Join the MATSOC Facebook page for regular updates on events and other Materials-related happenings. Occasionally, opportunities for internships are posted there also!
Bring your friends and come along to our BBQs held every Semester! We do our best to accommodate everyone's timetable by checking with our Year Reps, so be sure to let them know if certain times are a no-go for you. BBQs are not just a great way to bond with your peers - often our academic staff join in the fun also!
You can contact MATSOC via email at MATSOC@unsw.edu.au.
Suggestions are always welcome!
The 2018 MATSOC Executive Committee Members are:
President: Richard Chen
Vice President: Michael Thien
Secretary: Xi Chen
Treasurer: Charlotte Dawes
Arc Delegate: Mia Maric
Social Director: Marcus Wong
Marketing and Media Director: Kevin Huang
Intersociety Representative: Bernie Pudadera
International Student Representative: Xiaogeng Mou
4th Year Representatives: Amanda Chen and Disha Mistry
3rd Year Representatives: Shrikar Badri and Brenda Leung
2nd Year Representatives: Bryson Klein and Tina Majidi