Ever wonder if reformatting your hard disk is a safe enough way to prevent people from accessing your data when you dispose of your old computer or laptop?
Associate Professor Biplab Sikdar from NUS Electrical & Computer Engineering does some sleuthing with host Jason Godfrey in the series "Trash Trail".
Haizhou Li is a Professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the Department of Mechanical Engineering, National University of Singapore. Prior to joining NUS, Professor Li was a Principal Scientist and Research Director of the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R), A*STAR.
Venue : Lecture Theatre 7A (LT7A)
Date : 20 February 2017 (Monday)
Lecture: 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm (Reception after the lecture)
An internship at Silicon Valley while on the NUS Overseas Colleges programme provided computing graduate and founder of Xfers, Liu Tianwei, with vast opportunities to cultivate global networks, develop a risk-taking mindset and gain knowledge on raising venture capital.
Professor Chen Zhining (Editor-in-Chief) together with other 4 Editors (Dr Duixian Liu from IBM Research Center, USA; Professor Hisamatsu Nakano from Hosei University, Japan, Dr Xianming Qing from the Institute for Infocomm Research, A*STAR, Singapore and Professor Thomas Zwick from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany) have published the Handbook of Antenna Technologies with 3473 printed pages (four volumes) by Springer on September 17, 2016, which is the most comprehensive handbook in the field of antenna technologies so far by covering almost all topics from fundamentals, basic design, performance-enhanced technologies to applications.
NUS engineers have discovered new optical techniques that can measure the separation between two light sources more precisely than ever before, potentially improving the resolution of microscopes and telescopes by orders of magnitude.
Ms Rajakumar Amritha, since young, has understood the importance of Engineers in solving problems in a practical way to benefit the society. She joined the Electrical Engineering Course in NUS having followed the footsteps of parents who are both Engineers. 22 year old Amritha excelled in her course and graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering) with Honours (Highest Distinction).
To get more students excited about engineering and stay in the profession, NUS is revamping its engineering curriculum from this year to focus more on providing diverse pathways and hands-on work. Two new specialisation tracks will be offered — research and development, where students can take postgraduate modules and intern at research laboratories and institutes; and design and innovation, where they can work at start-ups and explore entrepreneurship opportunities in engineering. Read more
B.Eng. (Electrical Engineering) students are able to specialize in almost any area of Electrical and Computer Engineering because the academic and research staff members of the ECE Department are actively engaged in research activities encompassing a wide range of topics.
Industry talks were organized by the Student Life section of the department. Talks with these companies, such as DSO National Laboratories, Inphi Corporation, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited, Institute for Infocomm Research- A*Star, Open Compute Project for Facebook, FMC Technologies, Schneider Electric, SEMI South East Asia, SIA Engineering Company and ST Electronics (Satellite system), occurred though out the academic year. Upcoming events