Industrial and manufacturing engineers develop and supervise programs to achieve the best use of equipment, human resources, technology, and materials to improve efficiency/productivity.
Metallurgical and materials engineers design and develop processes/equipment to concentrate, extract, refine, and process metals/other materials.
Mining engineers plan and design the development of mines; mining facilities, equipment, and systems; and mining operations.
Geological engineers conduct geological/geotechnical studies to assess the suitability of locations for civil engineering, mining, and oil/gas projects.
Petroleum engineers research, develop, and supervise projects associated with the drilling, completion, testing, and reworking of oil/gas wells.
Aerospace engineers research, design, and develop aerospace vehicles, aerospace systems, and their components.
Computer engineers (except Software) design, develop, and test computer/telecommunications hardware and related equipment, and information/communication system networks including mainframe systems, local and wide area networks, fibre-optic networks, wireless communication networks, and other data communications systems.
Agricultural and bio-resource engineers design and develop agricultural/food processing equipment, machinery, and systems.
Engineering physicists and engineering scientists conduct research and develop new processes/equipment to expand basic knowledge in engineering.
Biomedical engineers design and develop medical instruments/equipment.
Marine and naval engineers design and develop ships/floating structures.