NUS researchers developed energy efficient information processing for spintronic devices.
Their findings were published online in Nature Nanotechnology (01 February 2016) titled "A reconfigurable waveguide for energy-efficient transmission and local manipulation of information in a nanomagnetic device".
Congratulation to our final-year students (CEG Daniel Lee and EE Teo Yew Shen) and PhD student (Mikos Val) for winning the Intel Singapore Invent 50 Competition for their work on Parkinson Disease Monitoring, a collaboration project between ECE and NNI. The team received a prize of S$10,000, they also each won a laptop with Intel RealSense 3D camera and Intel internship opportunity.
The Intel Singapore Invent 50 Competition is organised in conjunction with Singapore’s celebration of its 50th year of independence and Intel’s very own Moore’s Law turning 50, Intel, with support from the Ministry of Education Singapore.
Hong Minghui is a Full Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore. He specializes in laser microprocessing & nanofabrication, optical engineering, and their applications.
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.