NUS ECE ranked 10th in the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2013 for Engineering - Electrical & Electronic. We are the only non US/UK school in the Top 10. A remarkable achievement for the department. Offering students an understanding of the best disciplines across the world, the QS World University Rankings by Subject is based on criteria including academic reputation, employer reputation and research citations. To view the full results, click here.
Prof Adekunle Olusola Adeyeye was conferred the Annual Teaching Excellence Award at the Annual Teaching Excellence Award Ceremony (ATEA) on 30 April 2013.
Dr Soh Wee Seng was conferred the Annual Teaching Excellence Award at the Annual Teaching Excellence Award Ceremony (ATEA) on 30 April 2013.
Dr Aaron Danner was conferred the Annual Teaching Excellence Award at the Annual Teaching Excellence Award Ceremony (ATEA) on 30 April 2013.
The ECE Department of NUS organized our 1st final year project (FYP) poster presentation of selected projects nominated by their Supervisors. We invited our valued industry partners for this event to showcase some of our best graduating students, presenting their most important piece of work which they have worked so hard over the last 9 months. read more
TWO NUS Electrical & Computer Engineering teams (with one Engineering Science student in their midst) won top prizes at the Singapore Amazing Flying Machine Competition 2013. read more
TWO Design-Centric Programme (DCP) teams garnered top prize at the National Climate Change Competition (NCCC) Technology Project Challenge 2012, themed "Singapore: A Climate Change Resilient City". Team Greenerds comprising Set Zhi Wei (4th year Electrical Engineering) and Tay Xyian Xiet (4th year Mechanical Engineering) took home the first prize in the tertiary category with their entry, “Energy Efficient Humidity- Controlled Cooling System”. read more
WHO wants to struggle into different clothes in a tiny changing room – when you can have a magic closet? Anyone who wants to see how they look in different clothes with just a wave of the hand can head towards the “magic closet” at the Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering. read more