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They won the Lee Hsien Loong – Interactive Digital Media Smart Nation Award 2020 for developing ReHand, an exoskeleton that can support both passive and active limb rehabilitation of stroke patients. This technology allows for better physiotherapy support and also gives the patient the ndependence to take charge of his treatment.
This dynamic duo developed a system that allows clinicians to accurately diagnose epileptic seizures during brain signal screenings. The Brainwave Screening system has an accuracy rate or up to 83 per cent, based on the project’s database and samples of 7,500 brainwave signals.Photo source: The New Paper (c) Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Permission required for reproduction.
Meet the unbeatable DoodleBot - an industrial robot that loves playing Tic-Tac-Toe with you! This smart system is a product of several automation technologies combined, including robotics, computer vision, image processing and control algorithm programming! Using its simple web-camera, the Doodlebot can locate the square grids and circles drawn by you, analyse the game and counter your moves!
To help children with autism learn how to cross busy streets safely, EE graduates Mon Than and Guan Siyi worked with therapists from social service agency SPD to develop a programme using virtual reality (VR) technology that simulates road-crossing scenarios. During the practice sessions, the children will wear a VR headset and attempt to cross the “road” in a simulated environment independently. It is hoped that through repeated practice, children ith autism will eventually gain confidence and learn to cross the road safely on their own.
Zenas’ passion for research deepened when he worked with experts at A*STAR’s Data Storage Institute on his final-year project. His team’s project eventually won the top prize in NP under the Polytechnic Student Research Programme in 2015. As the most outstanding NP graduate of his cohort, Zenas was awarded the Ngee Ann Kongsi Gold Medal. He also clinched the Lee Kuan Yew Award. He completed his Bachelors in Electronic and Information Engineering at Imperial College London with First Class Honours, and will be pursuing a Master’s degree in Information Science at Cornell University in USA, with a specialisation in Data Science and User Experience Design.
Hui Ping joined NP’s Engineering Science course as she wanted to gain early exposure to university research and curricula. In fact, she did a final year project on the efficacy of industrial strength tape as a capacitor in harvesting energy from electrodes, in collaboration with an NUS professor. Hoping to make a difference in the community as a medical sociologist in the future, Hui Ping is currently pursuing a Bachelor in Social Sciences at the Singapore Management University under the prestigious Lee Kong Chian Scholars’ Programme. At NP, she clinched the Lee Kuan Yew Award for being one of the most outstanding technology graduates.
A strong interest in physics and math, coupled with inspiration from the movie The Aviator and the keenness to study how machines were made, propelled Shrayans to take up the Mechanical Engineering course in NP. While in NP, he served as the President of Rangers, a selected group of student ambassadors from SoE. He also credits his great memories in NP to his encouraging supervisors. Shrayans is pursuing Mechanical Engineering at NTU.
From young, Pavatharani has always wanted to be a pilot and was curious how aircraft worked. Undeterred by gender norms, she aspires to be one of the rare female leaders in the aerospace industry and intends to make the industry more eco-friendly. She is currently in the prestigious Renaissance Engineering Programme at Nanyang Technological University,*The diploma has been renamed as Aerospace Engineering since AY2019.
In 2016, Jasper co-founded Yosei Labs, a web design agency which has since been acquired by EeZee, a Business-to-Business procurement company with over 700 suppliers on its platform. Eezee was awarded a grant by Enterprise Singapore to digitalise and transform more than 1,000 SME suppliers in the wholesale trade industry, and is raising investments to improve their product and expand overseas. Jasper was named as one of Singapore’s top entrepreneurs in Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia 2020 List.*The diploma has been renamed as Aerospace Engineering since AY2019.
At NP, Anne had the opportunity to work on several research projects, including an award-winning one where she developed an algorithm for the detection of coronary artery disease. This project made her realise how she could use her skills to make people’s lives better and the possibility of pursuing a career as a doctor in the future. Anne has had her dream realised as she has been accepted in the new SUTD-Duke-NUS Special Track, a degree programme jointly offered by the Singapore University of Technology and Design and Duke-NUS Medical School.
Ming Chuan decided to pursue the Biomedical Engineering course in NP as he wanted to explore the seemingly limitless possibilities in integrating biology and engineering.His opportunity came in his final year when he undertook a project in collaboration with the National University Hospital. Ming Chuan and his team mate worked on a new innovation to aid in administering liquid food to patients with swallowing difficulties.The project took six months, as well as numerous hospital visits for collecting feedback, to come to pass. The team received a Merit Prize at the Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors’ Award and a Bronze Award (Polytechnic Category) at the Biomedical Engineering Society’s 11th Scientific Meeting.Ming Chuan is currently pursuing his degree in Biomedical Engineering at the National University of Singapore under the Engineering Scholars Programme.