Activities

AS FAST AS U CAN! ENJOY THE DAY!     

 

FREE Registration! Limited “Seats” Available! Register NOW to avoid disappointment!

 

 

Talks

The Future of Singapore’s Energy Story
Mr Darryl Chan, Energy Market Authority (EMA)
12th November 2020, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

The energy sector has come a long way since its early days. Looking ahead, climate change is a challenge that requires us to change the way we use and produce energy. This presentation will discuss Singapore’s Energy Story and how we could harness the “4 Switches” to guide and transform our energy supply. In particular, we will explore how Singapore could leverage on emerging low-carbon energy technologies to address future challenges.

 

 

 

Radiation: The key to food security?
Prof Chung Keng Yeow, Singapore Nuclear Research and Safety Initiative (SNRSI)
13th November 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Radiation has many applications in agriculture, such as food irradiation, plant breeding, radioactive tracers to track plant nutrient uptake, etc. It is a technology that has been tried, tested, and used to great success in many countries. With Singapore's 30-by-30 food production target, could this be one of the solutions for Singapore to explore? In this talk, we will provide a brief overview of the different ways radiation may be used in agriculture and the science behind it, and discuss their suitability for Singapore.

 

 

 

A DSTA Engineer's Perspective on AI
Er. Akash Philip, Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA)
17th November 2020, 2:00pm - 2:30pm

The talk aims to introduce some foundational concepts and applications of AI, allowing participants to gain a better appreciation of the different AI-related areas of work that DSTA engineers are exposed to.

 

 

 

CBTC signalling system – the heart and brain of our MRT
Mr Kenneth Lim, Land Transport Authority
17th November 2020, 2:30pm - 3:00pm

Serving 3.4 million trips per day, our MRT system is a crucial transport backbone, efficiently connecting people and places. Interestingly, most of our trains are driverless and fully automated. How are they controlled and operated in a safe and efficient manner? How is this complex and highly automated system tested and commissioned? In this presentation, you will learn about the state-of-the-art Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling system and how it is implemented on our MRT system.

 

 

 

5G + AI for a fully connected, intelligent world
Mr Paul Soon, Huawei International Pte Ltd
17th November 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm

To build a fully connected, intelligent world, both 5G connections and AI computing are key – they’re inseparable. Today, all industries are rushing to go digital, and artificial intelligence is all the rage. 5G as a key infrastructure enabler will form the backbone of Singapore’s Digital Economy and accelerate the digital transformation of the industries. The computing industry is booming, and its healthy growth requires an open ecosystem and global collaboration. 5G and AI will trigger disruption and spur innovation across multiple industries.

 

 

 
 
Evolution of the Engineering Career
18th November 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Ms Lynette Tan, Singapore Space & Technology Limited
The space tech sector is evolving but working in the space tech sector is not definitely not without challenges.
Lynette will give a brief overview of the space tech sector, current trends and what upcoming graduates could expect and immediate programmes they can take part in.
Mr B K Oberoi, Discobrakes.com Pte Ltd
My Engineering Career evolved over 50 years and I will share my experience with you. The Engineering career goes hand in hand with tools used. Engineers invent and make the inventions. Of necessity these need new tools and skills. This cycle of inventing, making and acquiring new skills drives the Engineering Career. My real life examples will show how I progressed from using slide rules to computers, digital simulation and robotics. Continuous Professional Development is key to gain new skills and exploit them. My secrets will be revealed so join me.
Mr Siew Seng Yeow, Building and Construction Authority (BCA)

Centuries ago, there was no definition of “Engineer”. Decades ago, the definition of “engineer” was, at best, inaccurate. Today, engineers practise in more fields than ever before with high level of expertise. We now have more faith in engineering as we believe that anything can be engineered and any problem can be solved. However, we are often too focus on the end results and neglected the people behind the works.

In this fast changing world, engineering career has also evolved rapidly. Coupled with the advancement in technology, we can look at how some of the changes in engineering as a career and unveils opportunities where technologies can complement the way new engineering works. Join us in this workshop to feel the power of engineering as a career option.

 

 

 

 

 

 
Magineering - Now you See it, Now you Don't
Mr Tan Jui Kuan, Ngee Ann Polytechnic
18th November 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm

What does it take to make the Statue of Liberty disappear? Is making a rabbit disappear any easier? This magical performance uses props that are based on Engineering principles. An interactive presentation on the process of creating props, specifically used in the magic of making things disappear.
Come and discover the thinking process behind the creation of these props
You will surprised to learn that Engineering is at work!

 

 

Virtual Digital Plant Tour

Educational Site Visit to Emerson Plant Tour:

12th November 2020, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

 

Emerson Solutions Centre, with state-of-the-art multimedia technology has a life like replica of a live process manufacturing facility, simulating the processes of a typical plant and is equipped with Emerson’s latest digital solutions for process control and new industrial IoT applications like data analytics, virtual and augmented reality.

 

 

 

 

 

Workshops

Uncovering the Dyson Design Process Through Rapid Prototyping

James Dyson Foundation

12th November 2020, 10:00am - 11:30am

 

This will be the first time James Dyson Foundation is conducting its rapid prototyping workshop in Singapore. Our workshop challenges students to think like engineers – and to turn their ideas into working prototypes. We want students to discover the design process, through designing solutions to everyday problems. The 90-minute session will lead students through the Dyson design process: brainstorming, sketching, constructing prototypes and presenting their ideas – just like how Dyson engineers do it. The outcome of this workshop aims to give budding inventors the opportunity to develop their problem-solving, creativity and communication skills. All participating students are provided insights into a real engineering company, from Dyson engineers who lead the session.

 

 

 

Imagining the Future: Sustainable & Innovative Engineering Solutions at Sembcorp Marine

Sembcorp Marine Ltd

12th November 2020, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

 

In this workshop, participants will learn about Sembcorp Marine, a global engineering solutions company committed to sustainability in the offshore, marine and energy sectors. In particular, Sembcorp Marine will share our innovative engineering solutions, products and services as well as the opportunities available for aspiring engineers to contribute and make a difference in the Group’s drive towards a sustainable future.

 

 

 

Race to Zero: Technological Solutions for Decarbonisation

Rolls-Royce

13th November 2020, 10:00am - 11:00am

 

Gain a deeper understanding of the collective initiatives by governments and companies in the race towards net zero carbon; and of how science, technology and engineering are used to reduce our environmental footprint. Through presentation and dialogue with our passionate colleagues about applying innovative solutions to the environmental challenges, this session will be helpful particularly for young engineering professionals and undergrads in forming your views of where you and the engineering ecosystem can make a difference to a more environmentally-sustainable world.

 

 

 

F1 in Schools Race Experience!

Mastereign Group

13th November 2020, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

 

F1 in Schools is a STEM competition, open to students aged 11-19 years old and involves designing and manufacturing the fastest car possible, following design processes similar to Formula One cars.
In this workshop, we take you on a journey to discover the making of these fast cars and race it along a 20-metre track. Are you ready for the challenge?

 

 

 

Introduction to 3D Design and Printing Techniques

MakeIT at Libraries (IMDA & NLB)

17th November 2020, 11:00am to 12:30pm

 

Join us for an introductory workshop on 3D design and printing, where participants learn about the basic processes needed to turn your ideas into 3D objects. Learn how to leverage community resources such as Tinkercad, a free cloud-based CAD software, to design and create your own 3D models, and eventually print them out on a 3D printer. 

 

 

 

 

Aerospace Innovation Challenge

National University of Singapore

18th November 2020, 9:00am - 11:00am

 

In this workshop participants will learn about basic aerodynamics and stability through the use of non-powered gliders. The workshop will be split into 3 segments; a short lecture on the fundamental of aircraft flight, a hands-on glider building experience using balsa wood, and competition with their gliders to see whose can reach a further distance. The aim of this workshop is to help the participants better appreciate the science behind aircraft flight.

 

 

 

Engineering with Arduino Education

Duck Learning

18th November 2020, 11:00am - 12:30pm

 

Arduino Education classroom programs progress students through STEAM from secondary school to university, increasing in complexity to challenge them as they develop their skills.
The products used in this workshop students learn with are the same as those used professionally in companies around the world, in applications like rapid prototyping, AI, drone technology, and machine learning.

 

 

 

Design Thinking: Re-Imagining the Engineering Education

PSB Academy

18th November 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

 

Constant changes around the world demand re-engineering the engineering education. Major shifts are occurring in the teaching and learning and the practice of engineering. In this workshop, participants will fundamentally re-think how we educate engineers for the future.

Activities

AS FAST AS U CAN! ENJOY THE DAY!

 

FREE Registration! Limited “Seats” Available! Register NOW to avoid disappointment!

 

 

Talks

 

The Future of Singapore’s Energy Story

Mr Darryl Chan, Energy Market Authority (EMA)

12th November 2020, 3:30pm - 4:30pm


The energy sector has come a long way since its early days. Looking ahead, climate change is a challenge that requires us to change the way we use and produce energy. This presentation will discuss Singapore’s Energy Story and how we could harness the “4 Switches” to guide and transform our energy supply. In particular, we will explore how Singapore could leverage on emerging low-carbon energy technologies to address future challenges.

 

 

Radiation: The key to food security?

Prof Chung Keng Yeow, Singapore Nuclear Research and Safety Initiative (SNRSI)

13th November 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm


Radiation has many applications in agriculture, such as food irradiation, plant breeding, radioactive tracers to track plant nutrient uptake, etc. It is a technology that has been tried, tested, and used to great success in many countries. With Singapore's 30-by-30 food production target, could this be one of the solutions for Singapore to explore? In this talk, we will provide a brief overview of the different ways radiation may be used in agriculture and the science behind it, and discuss their suitability for Singapore.

 

 

A DSTA Engineer's Perspective on AI

Er. Akash Philip, Defence Science and Technology Agency (DSTA)

17th November 2020, 2:00pm - 2:30pm


The talk aims to introduce some foundational concepts and applications of AI, allowing participants to gain a better appreciation of the different AI-related areas of work that DSTA engineers are exposed to.

 

CBTC signalling system – the heart and brain of our MRT

Mr Kenneth Lim, Land Transport Authority

17th November 2020, 2:30pm - 3:00pm


Serving 3.4 million trips per day, our MRT system is a crucial transport backbone, efficiently connecting people and places. Interestingly, most of our trains are driverless and fully automated. How are they controlled and operated in a safe and efficient manner? How is this complex and highly automated system tested and commissioned? In this presentation, you will learn about the state-of-the-art Communication-Based Train Control (CBTC) signalling system and how it is implemented on our MRT system.

 

 

5G + AI for a fully connected, intelligent world

Mr Paul Soon, Huawei International Pte Ltd

17th November 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm


To build a fully connected, intelligent world, both 5G connections and AI computing are key – they’re inseparable. Today, all industries are rushing to go digital, and artificial intelligence is all the rage. 5G as a key infrastructure enabler will form the backbone of Singapore’s Digital Economy and accelerate the digital transformation of the industries. The computing industry is booming, and its healthy growth requires an open ecosystem and global collaboration. 5G and AI will trigger disruption and spur innovation across multiple industries.

 

 

Evolution of the Engineering Career

18th November 2020, 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Ms Lynette Tan, Singapore Space & Technology Limited


The space tech sector is evolving but working in the space tech sector is not definitely not without challenges.
Lynette will give a brief overview of the space tech sector, current trends and what upcoming graduates could expect and immediate programmes they can take part in.

Mr B K Oberoi, Discobrakes.com Pte Ltd


My Engineering Career evolved over 50 years and I will share my experience with you. The Engineering career goes hand in hand with tools used. Engineers invent and make the inventions. Of necessity these need new tools and skills. This cycle of inventing, making and acquiring new skills drives the Engineering Career. My real life examples will show how I progressed from using slide rules to computers, digital simulation and robotics. Continuous Professional Development is key to gain new skills and exploit them. My secrets will be revealed so join me.

Mr Siew Seng Yeow, Building and Construction Authority (BCA)


Centuries ago, there was no definition of “Engineer”. Decades ago, the definition of “engineer” was, at best, inaccurate. Today, engineers practise in more fields than ever before with high level of expertise. We now have more faith in engineering as we believe that anything can be engineered and any problem can be solved. However, we are often too focus on the end results and neglected the people behind the works.

In this fast changing world, engineering career has also evolved rapidly. Coupled with the advancement in technology, we can look at how some of the changes in engineering as a career and unveils opportunities where technologies can complement the way new engineering works. Join us in this workshop to feel the power of engineering as a career option.

 

 

Magineering - Now you See it, Now you Don't

Mr Tan Jui Kuan, Ngee Ann Polytechnic

18th November 2020, 3:00pm - 4:00pm


What does it take to make the Statue of Liberty disappear? Is making a rabbit disappear any easier? This magical performance uses props that are based on Engineering principles. An interactive presentation on the process of creating props, specifically used in the magic of making things disappear.
Come and discover the thinking process behind the creation of these props
You will surprised to learn that Engineering is at work!

 

 

Virtual Digital Plant Tour

 

Educational Site Visit to Emerson Plant Tour:

12th November 2020, 3:30pm - 4:30pm

 

Emerson Solutions Centre, with state-of-the-art multimedia technology has a life like replica of a live process manufacturing facility, simulating the processes of a typical plant and is equipped with Emerson’s latest digital solutions for process control and new industrial IoT applications like data analytics, virtual and augmented reality.

 

 

Workshops

 

Uncovering the Dyson Design Process Through Rapid Prototyping

James Dyson Foundation

12th November 2020, 10:00am - 11:30pm

 

This will be the first time James Dyson Foundation is conducting its rapid prototyping workshop in Singapore. Our workshop challenges students to think like engineers – and to turn their ideas into working prototypes. We want students to discover the design process, through designing solutions to everyday problems. The 90-minute session will lead students through the Dyson design process: brainstorming, sketching, constructing prototypes and presenting their ideas – just like how Dyson engineers do it. The outcome of this workshop aims to give budding inventors the opportunity to develop their problem-solving, creativity and communication skills. All participating students are provided insights into a real engineering company, from Dyson engineers who lead the session.

 

 

Imagining the Future: Sustainable & Innovative Engineering Solutions at Sembcorp Marine

Sembcorp Marine Ltd

12th November 2020, 2:00pm - 3:30pm

 

In this workshop, participants will learn about Sembcorp Marine, a global engineering solutions company committed to sustainability in the offshore, marine and energy sectors. In particular, Sembcorp Marine will share our innovative engineering solutions, products and services as well as the opportunities available for aspiring engineers to contribute and make a difference in the Group’s drive towards a sustainable future.

 

 

Race to Zero: Technological Solutions for Decarbonisation

Rolls-Royce

13th November 2020, 10:00am - 11:00am

 

Gain a deeper understanding of the collective initiatives by governments and companies in the race towards net zero carbon; and of how science, technology and engineering are used to reduce our environmental footprint. Through presentation and dialogue with our passionate colleagues about applying innovative solutions to the environmental challenges, this session will be helpful particularly for young engineering professionals and undergrads in forming your views of where you and the engineering ecosystem can make a difference to a more environmentally-sustainable world.

 

 

F1 in Schools Race Experience!

Mastereign

13th November 2020, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

 

F1 in Schools is a STEM competition, open to students aged 11-19 years old and involves designing and manufacturing the fastest car possible, following design processes similar to Formula One cars.
In this workshop, we take you on a journey to discover the making of these fast cars and race it along a 20-metre track. Are you ready for the challenge?

 

 

Introduction to 3D Design and Printing Techniques

MakeIT at Libraries (IMDA & NLB)

17th November 2020, 11:00am to 12:30pm

 

Join us for an introductory workshop on 3D design nad printing, where participants learn about the basic processes needed to turn your ideas into 3D objects.
Learn how to leverage community resources such as Tinkercad, a free cloud-based CAD software, to design and create your own 3D models, and eventually print them out on a 3D printer.

 

 

Aerospace Innovation Challenge

National University of Singapore

18th November 2020, 9:00am - 11:00am

 

In this workshop participants will learn about basic aerodynamics and stability through the use of non-powered gliders. The workshop will be split into 3 segments; a short lecture on the fundamental of aircraft flight, a hands-on glider building experience using balsa wood, and competition with their gliders to see whose can reach a further distance. The aim of this workshop is to help the participants better appreciate the science behind aircraft flight.

 

 

Engineering with Arduino Education

Duck Learning

18th November 2020, 11:00am - 12:30pm

 

Arduino Education classroom programs progress students through STEAM from secondary school to university, increasing in complexity to challenge them as they develop their skills.
The products used in this workshop students learn with are the same as those used professionally in companies around the world, in applications like rapid prototyping, AI, drone technology, and machine learning.

 

 

Design Thinking: Re-Imagining the Engineering Education

PSB Academy

18th November 2020, 4:00pm - 5:00pm

 

Constant changes around the world demand re-engineering the engineering education. Major shifts are occurring in the teaching and learning and the practice of engineering. In this workshop, participants will fundamentally re-think how we educate engineers for the future.