THE latest ShanghaiRanking Global Ranking of Academic Subjects 2016 has placed NUS Engineering among the global top 20 universities for five of seven Engineering subjects. The Faculty is also in the top five in the world for Chemical Engineering, and Energy Science & Engineering.
NUS has retained its top spot in the 2016 edition of the Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Rankings: Asia. The QS Asia University Rankings uses 10 key metrics to compare Asian universities, including academic reputation, employer reputation, faculty-student ratio, papers per faculty, the proportion of international faculty and students, and proportion of inbound and outbound exchange students.
NATURAL gas is the cleanest burning fossil fuel that meets stringent environmental norms to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. With the inevitable global shift to a natural gas-based economy, there is an increasing need to develop technologies to store natural gas on a large scale.
MR Tan Chuan Fu, a former student of Engineering Science Programme, together with Dr Zhu Liangliang, from the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering research team supervised by Associate Professor Ho Ghim Wei, have clinched the Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors' Merit Award in the Open Category.
ASSISTANT Professor Duong Hai Minh’s novel recyclable cellulose aerogels won the 2016 TechConnect Innovation Award. He and his team from the Department of Mechanical Engineering have created the world’s first green cellulose aerogels made of paper waste.
ON 3 June, the Energy Market Authority (EMA) gave out S$15 million in research grants to six projects aimed to develop cost-effective energy storage innovations that could be deployed in Singapore.
FOR their innovative discovery, Assistant Professor Qiu Cheng-Wei and his team from the Department of Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering have the humble chameleon to thank.
TWO papers published by NUS Engineering research teams have been listed as “Top 40 most highly cited Research and Review papers” in the Journal of Applied Energy as of 10 January 2015.
NUS Engineering researchers, from the Department of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, have found a way to use 3D printers to produce low-cost tablets that can be customised to a patient’s needs.
NUS Engineering Open House 2016 promised a fun carnival atmosphere for more than 400 prospective engineering students, who turned up at the foyer of the Engineering Auditorium to register and meet with faculty members, current students and alumni on 14 May.
BESIDES being ranked 12th worldwide (out of 120 teams) at the recent annual Formula SAE International Challenge in Michigan, US (11-14 May), the NUS FSAE team also attained the following achievements.
2016 Design-Centric Programme (DCP) Project Showcase, held at the foyer of the Engineering Auditorium, featured more than 20 exciting projects, completed by students over the course of the semester.
PhD student Mr Kenry (NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering) is one of the winners recognised for their outstanding research and technological development in functional materials.
MAGNETORESISTIVE Random Access Memory (MRAM) is emerging as the next big thing in data storage. It is a relatively new technology, but it has so many advantages that it may became a leader in memory storage.
ASSOCIATE Professor Palani Balaya has been recognized by the American Ceramic Society (ACerS) as an “ACerS Global Ambassador” for his outstanding efforts in developing global collaboration and outreach for the Society’s initiatives, as well as for his leadership in the organisation of the Asia Pacific Ceramic Cooperation Summit (APCC Summit) held at the University in February this year.
IN an age of rapid transformation, it is imperative for businesses to be competent in “Managing Complex Situations in Emerging Economies and More Challenging Markets” in order to stay competitive, and on April 15, Ms Olivia Lum shared just that at the 9th Lecture of the IEL Distinguished Speaker Series, which took place at the Engineering Auditorium.
SEMBCORP Industries (Sembcorp) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) established the Sembcorp-NUS Corporate Laboratory on Wednesday, 20 April 2016. Mr Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for National Security, and Chairman of the National Research Foundation (NRF) Singapore, was the Guest-of-Honour at the launch event.
The latest NUS FSAE race car was unveiled with much excitement on 6 April at NUS Engineering’s foyer. Christened ‘R16’, the newest car represents the key blend of technology and features with the unique NUS FSAE’s signature car design.
Dr Thomas Teh has garnered the prestigious Savio L-Y. Woo Young Researcher Award in the recent International Symposium on Ligaments & Tendons - XV (ISL&T-XV).
AROUND 663 million people worldwide lack access to safe drinking water due to growing population and the continuing reduction of clean water supplies. Furthermore, climate change has resulted in irregular rainfall, reducing levels of underground water to alarming levels.
The Nanjing International Water Hub (NIWH), which is being developed by Sembcorp Development Ltd (Sembcorp), signed Memoranda of Understanding (MOUs) with Singapore’s Public Utilities Board (PUB) and the National University of Singapore (NUS) respectively to explore a series of collaboration programmes, with the aim of assisting Singapore small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to bring new technologies and water treatment solutions into the Chinese and international markets.
THE NUS Engineering has fared well in the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings by Subject. Five of the Faculty’s subjects were ranked among the top 10.
12 high achievers at the NUS Engineering were recognised at the Awards and Recognition Ceremony 2016. Professor Ben Chen was appointed Provost’s Chair.
NUS Engineering graduates will soon be able to pursue a postgraduate degree, while learning the ropes of entrepreneurship at the latest NUS Overseas College (NOC) in Switzerland.
TWO NUS Engineering researchers are among Asia’s top 100 scientists who have made an impact in 2015 in a list published by the Asian Scientist Magazine in January 2016.
PAPER waste can now be converted into a very useful and environmentally-friendly product known as "cellulose aerogels".
IN recognition of their remarkable contributions to the field of biomedical engineering, Professors James Goh and Lim Chwee Teck will be inducted into the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE).
These experts in logistics and supply chain management and advanced electronics will help to drive industry collaboration and translational research at NUS.
FOUR NUS Engineering researchers listed in 2014 as the world’s leading scientific minds by Thomson Reuters, are among the top again. Out of the 11 researchers from NUS in Thomson Reuters’ 2015 list, five are from NUS Engineering.
NUS BIOMEDICAL Engineering team led by Assistant Professor Raye Yeow has designed and developed a robotic glove which can help stroke patients restore the use of their hands.
HE was sold on being a Formula 1 engineer – since he was in Primary 5 after watching F1 when surfing the Internet. His dream came true. Today, Mr Gautham Ramesh is an engineer specializing in aerodynamics and CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) with Red Bull Technologies and is now based in Oxford, UK. He is the only true-blue Singaporean working as an F1 engineer.
ENGINEERING Science at NUS Engineering has proven to be a great choice for Mr Wang Cong. The Programme has instilled in him an enquiring and probing mind that does not stop even when targets are met, and results are obtained.