The ECE Graduate Student Symposium is the annual conference for Graduate Students of the ECE Department to showcase their research. This year's symposium marks the 8th symposium to be held by ECE. The objective is to further enhance the quality of graduate seminar as well as provide a platform for undergraduates, graduate students and faculty to exchange the latest research findings and ideas. The symposium also provides a unique networking opportunity for students and faculty from NUS with leading industry experts in the field.
M.Eng. and Ph.D. students from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering are eligible to present their work in the form of an oral presentation. Everyone, including Undergraduates and M.Sc. Coursework and Research Graduate students in NUS, NTU or other industrial/academic or research institutes, are most welcome to attend the symposium and gain some insight about ongoing research at ECE NUS.
The symposium will be held on May 17-18, 2018. It will take place at the Lecture Theatre 4, Lecture Theatre 6 and seminar rooms around it.
|Session||Name||Matriculation No.||Title of Presentation|
|1 (tie)||Guang-Wei Hu||A0152148J||Metadevices via the Incorporation of Geometric Phase and Dynamic Phase|
|1 (tie)||Menghua Jiang||A0073133R||Etch-free Narrowband Metasurface|
|2||Serene Wen Ling Ng||A0084251L||One-step activation towards spontaneous etching of hollow and hierarchical porous carbon nanospheres composite with TiO2 for enhanced pollutant adsorption and degradation|
|3||Chua Yu Han||A0026274J||The impact of shipping bubbles towards underwater acoustic communication|
|4||Li Chen||A0152163N||Monolithic Complementary Transistors and Integrated Circuit Based on Black Phosphorus/HfO2 Heterostructure|
|5||Gurupraanesh Raman||A0152142W||Sensitivity-based supervisory control scheme for multi-microgrid distribution systems|
|6||Jibin Wu||A0112909H||A Spiking Neural Network Framework for Robust Sound Classification|
|7||Yanjun Xu||A0069975E||Magnetic sensor using spin-orbit torque effective field as transverse bias|