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We are seeking several real “go-getters” to join start-ups in a ‘co-founder and business lead’ role to execute the company’s vision. Applications open now to 14 Feb 2015.
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The 7th lecture of the IEL Distinguished Speaker Series held on 13 November 2014 featured Professor JY Pillay, Rector, College of Alice & Peter Tan. Structured more like a fireside chat than a public lecture, questions from the floor covered a range of interest areas. A key takeaway from Prof Pillay ... engineers can see both details and the big picture ("the woods and the trees") and hence have the potential to deal with complex problems no matter what fields they are in. read more
Graduating teams from the TechLaunch module (Semester 1 AY2014/15) pitched their business ideas and products to potential investors and partners at the TakeOff! platform held on 12 November 2014. Six new start-ups were launched that night. As with all modules conducted by the Enterprise Development Lab, students were immersed in real situations dealing with real technologies from NUS. Supported by mentors and the EDL team, opportunities for students to learn in the real world and to embark on entrepreneurial initiatives abound! Keep up with the latest from the Enterprise Development Lab at this link.
InnoVenture is the Technopreneurship competition of the Faculty of Engineering requiring students to solve real-life engineering problems provided by real companies. On the 17th of October teams had 1 minute during the Idea Launch Awards Ceremony to present their solutions to distinguished guests, industry partners and fellow
InnoVenturers. Teams stood to earn the chance to be awarded a Prototyping Grant and bring their ideas further along.Catch up with what’s happening InnoVenture 2014 at link.
IEL partnered the Division of Engineering & Technology Management to establish a new module for undergraduates "Experience Engineering Leadership". Special sharing sessions held in UTown on Saturday mornings provided opportunities for the students to interact with engineer leaders from diverse fields. Speakers included Mr. Tan Gee Paw (Chairman, PUB), Mr. Choo Chiau Beng (Senior Advisor, Keppel), serial entrepreneur Mr. Darius Cheung, Ms. Hannah Leong, President of Engineers Without Borders Asia, and Mr. Allan Lim founder of Alpha Biofuels, ComCrop and the Living! Project community. More on the “Experience Engineering Leadership” module at this link.
NUS Biomedical Engineering Department in collaboration with the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society (RAPS) has launched a joint Graduate Certificate in Medical Devices Regulatory Affairs (MDRA) Programme. read more
This Graduate Certificate is administered by the Office of Professional Engineering & Executive Education (OPE³), NUS. More Information can be found at this link.
Team Lapner-X, which devised a cost-effective prototype offering simulation of the keyhole surgery process as well as feedback on the student's performance, won this year's InnoVenture Challenge organised by NUS' Institute for Engineering Leadership (IEL).
Seven finalist teams showcased their solutions to real-life industry problems at the inaugural InnoVenture Challenge which was organised by the Institute for Engineering Leadership at NUS. read more
HomeRehab is a start-up leveraging on this exciting new technology. The start-up team graduated from TechLaunch 2013, a module conducted by NUS’ Institute for Engineering Leadership (IEL). The team aims to revolutionize the physiotherapy industry by enabling therapists to see 3x more patients and speeding their recovery. read more
IT’S “D-Day” for some 160 NUS students at the NUS University Town taking part in InnoVenture Challenge’s Demo Day on 24 March. Seven teams showcased their solutions to real-life industry problems identified by Housing and Development Board, Nestle, JTC Corporation and National University Hospital. read more
There may be some truth in people coming up with great solutions only when it is almost too late. But it is better to have prescience and take action early. Reacting quickly is important, said Professor Sir Mike Gregory, Head of the Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge at the Q&A session of his public lecture organised by the Institute for Engineering Leadership (IEL) at the NUS Faculty of Engineering. read more
Halloween Day (31st October) was a scare-fest in more ways than one for student teams competing in the Faculty of Engineering’s inaugural InnoVenture 2013, a Technopreneurship Learning Platform for students by students. read more
A group of NUS engineering students spent the first Saturday of the recess week taking a dive into aspects of emotional intelligence (EQ). Through short lecture sessions and numerous activities, students were introduced to a framework structured on understanding and taking action along three important pursuits: Self-awareness, Self-management and Self-direction read more
This 2-day programme is aimed at providing the participants with the knowledge and skill in designing concrete structures to Eurocode 2 (EC2) provisions. The programme covers the basis of design, design for action effects, structural detailing, design for second-order effects in compressive members, and design using strut-and-tie models. It would be of interest to both practicing engineers and academic members in Singapore and the neighbouring countries, where the Eurocodes are replacing the British Standards in design practices.
Now in its 8th year, this programme will be of value to both technical and non-technical participants. A complete and holistic programme, \"A - Z of Oil & Gas to Petrochemicals\" will cover the entire system of the hydrocarbon value chain, from oil and natural gas production to valorisation into refinery products and petrochemicals. Participants will gain a perspective of how one part is linked to the rest of the system. Technological & business trends and economics of the oil, gas and petrochemicals industry will also be covered. At the end of the programme, participants working either upstream or downstream of the system, will be able to identify, analyse and articulate technological considerations and the opportunities & economic perspectives in the hydrocarbon value chain.
This programme aims to introduce the concept of venture capital and private equity funding in supporting promising technology businesses from start-up to public listing. Case studies of technology ventures in USA, China and also Singapore will be covered to illustrate the venture funding process, the evaluation criteria, deal structuring, the term sheets, due diligence, the investment agreements and exit strategy.
This series of workshops provides an introduction into the new approach adopted in SS EN standards and the guidance in Singapore National Annexes for specific applications. Where appropriate, the difference between the existing practices and the new approach will be highlighted.
This programme aims to provide the participants with a clear understanding of the effects of lightning and what can or cannot be done to alleviate its effects. The various methods available for lightning protection of building structures will be described and some case study examples will be presented to illustrate their effectiveness or otherwise.
This is a new programme designed specifically for young automotive design engineers to help them understand the concept of systems engineering. The participants will acquire valuable knowledge of the important links between different vehicle performance attributes and various vehicle systems, e.g. power-train system & acceleration performance, brake system & braking performance, suspension system & ride/handling performance, body system & safety performance, etc.
Participants will also be introduced to the propriety "easy-to-use" software specifically designed and developed by the speaker to establish the link between a particular attribute performance and relevant vehicle system parameters.
This programme aims at enhancing the participant’s creative thinking ability and thereby enhancing his/her ability to realize innovations. It starts with a review of how our mind works and how our behaviors are shaped. This forms the basis of self-awareness and prepares the participant to creative thinking and problem solving. Different methods of thinking, idea generation, and problem solving are then introduced including TRIZ and special methodologies developed in NUS such as State Analysis and Particles Maneuver. Participants will learn by doing! Case studies (e.g., “breakthroughs”) and exercises are used throughout to demonstrate concepts in practice, and internalize creative & innovative mindsets.
This programme teaches technologists to design systems that take advantage of what humans are good at versus machines.
Many technologies have been developed for designing small and broadband antennae for devices in mobile communications, radar systems and imaging systems. With the rapid development of wireless technology, the practical wireless system design of miniaturised and wireband antennae have increasingly become challenging. This programme is designed to update the latest progress in the development of technologies for miniaturisation and broadbanding of antennae and arrays, starting with a review of the evolution of technologies followed by an introduction of the state-of-the-art technologies. The lecture is conducted with design examples in practical applications, a majority of which have been recently developed by the speaker and his R&D team.
Planning, design, construction and maintenance of airfield pavements, monitoring of aircraft-pavement interactions, and safety and impact assessment of aircraft operations on airfields require specialized knowledge. Such knowledge and appreciation is important to achieve efficient, safe and cost-effective airfield operations of aircraft. This programme is aimed at civil engineers, airport and airfield contractors and consultants who wish to acquire specialised knowledge in airfield engineering; and airport and airfield maintenance professionals, who already have working experience in airfield and aircraft operations, and wish to deepen their understanding of the principles and basics of airfield planning and design, the engineering of airfield pavement construction, materials selection and maintenance, the concepts of airfield pavement performance evaluation and prediction, the safety implications and environmental impacts of airfield operations, the mechanisms of interactions between aircraft and airfield pavement, the processes of airfield pavement deterioration and failures, and the rationales of airfield maintenance and rehabilitation treatments. The new FAA airfield pavement design method will be discussed.