Project Showcase & Pitching
Sports Car : Made in Singapore
Singapore’s very own sports car by 2023: Three of our instructors from NUS Engineering’s Innovation & Design Programme have been providing their expertise to local start-up Catalyst Motors who is building a made-in-Singapore sports car. During their NUS undergraduate years, Kenneth Neo, Hozefa Husainee and Hong Wee were part of the NUS Formula SAE team who […]
Lucky number 13 for Formula SAE team
NUS Engineering’s R-19 race car clinched 13th place at the 2019 Formula SAE (FSAE) Michigan competition in the US, capping off four gruelling days of competition with 119 other varsity teams from around the world. The R-19 also raced into 4th place for Engineering Design, 7th place at the Acceleration event and 8th place for the Skidpad event.
iDP Project Showcase & Pitching 2019
It is an iDP tradition to host our annual project showcase, where the best of our projects are demonstrated to industry partners, guests and students. This year’s theme is “Applying DESIGN, Creating INNOVATION”. Twenty-five innovative projects were featured, including underwater vehicles, virtual reality (VR) applications, various drones, and many more designs which solve a variety […]
3rd Batch of Grand Challenges Scholars from NUS
The third batch of Grand Challenges Scholars from NUS have completed the program and will be graduating this year! The Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP) aims to prepare students to be the generation that solves the grand challenges facing society in this century. It is a program endorsed by the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) […]
Leadership Development Opportunities @ iDP
The Innovation & Design Programme (iDP) ran a series of leadership development opportunities for students in 2018 and 2019. Students were engaged in basic leadership training and were provided with opportunities to apply their leadership skills through experiential learning.
Team Bumblebee awarded start-up funding from NUS
The Bumblebee team received a S$50,000 seed funding from the NUS Graduate Research Innovation Programme for their spin-off company BeeX to develop commercial applications for their autonomous maritime systems project.