Our congratulations to CEG4 Francis Lee and teammate once again! The pair won the top prize at the Global Virtual Reality (VR) Championship Hackathon 2019 that was held in Shanghai, China from 4 to 7 November.
We are pleased to receive news that three CEG students are among the awardees, following a grant call for I&E Practicum@SoC in June 2019. Congrats to CEG2 Jerry Zhang (AtomiCloud) & Rishi Mahadevan (CoduE), and CEG3 Srivastava Aaryam (Social Vision)!
Congratulations to CEG3 Tay Kang Ming and his NCTO teammates for winning the first prize at the Elevate Tech Jam Hackathon that was held from 21 to 22 September in Toronto, Canada.
Congratulations to CEG4 Francis Lee and his teammate for clinching the Best VR Award at XR.Hack 2019. The pair won a trip to Shanghai, to compete in the upcoming Global VR Hackathon.
CEG3 Dalson Tan and his NOC Beijing teammates participated in the AngelHack Beijing Hackathon 2019 that was held from 13 - 14 July. Out of the 21 global teams, they emerged winners for the Amazon Web Services Challenge, and are awarded with AWS credits and a chance to work with AWS in future start-up developments. The AWS Challenge Award is given to the team that develops the best working app, and at the same time, demonstrating strong creativity and business potential. Congrats to Dalson and the team!
During his industrial attachment at Autodesk, CEG4 Ryan Teo was also a laser cutting instructor at the company's maker studio. He hosted his ECE juniors at a workshop where he introduced the basics of 2D design and laser cutting.
Congratulations to Paul Tan Kiat (Class of 2019) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize (Individual) with his BEng Dissertation! His self-initiated FYP, supervised by A/Prof Chin, was titled 'CIR: Compile-time evaluation and metaprogramming system for the C Programming language'.
Amidst his industrial attachment at Autodesk Singapore, CEG4 Ryan Teo participated in an internal hackathon. The team created an intelligent system to help identify the root cause of incidents and ensure that only the relevant teams are activated for recovery. For increasing efficiency and reducing the mean time for incident resolution, the team was awarded the Business Relevance Award.
Our congratulations to CEG3 Celine Lim and her teamates (who are currently at NOC Silicon Valley), for clinching the Champions prize at the Minerva Hackathon last month!
CEG1 Justin Chia responded to a grant call for I&E Practicum@SoC in January 2019. We are glad to receive news that he is named one of the awardees, with his 'JumpQueue' app.
Congratulations to our Computer Engineering students and their teams for winning two of the Top 8 Prizes at Hack@Roll 2019. Check out their awesome apps: AA - CrimeDetect and CI - FoodExchange - and more!
Congratulations to Tean Zheng Yang (Class of 2018) for winning the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize (Individual) with his FYP titled 'Cloud Computing System Design and Implementation', supervised by Dr Richard Ma. Our congratulations also goes to CEG3 Nguyen Van Hoang and his project mates from Medicine and Computing; they won the OUR (Group) prize for their Health Emergency Resource Organiser (HEROsg) app.
Four CEG4 students were nominated by their FYP supervisors to participate in the ECE FYP Poster Competition on 17 April 2018.For his project titled 'Control Plane Resilience in Software Defined Networks’ which was supervised by Assoc Prof Mohan Gurusamy, Lim Yong Zhi won the second prize. Rebecca Ng and her EE4 teammate were awarded one of the consolation prizes for their project - Galassia 2: A Student Developed CubeSat for Remote Sensing - supervised by Dr Luo Sha. Congratulations to our final-year students.
At the inaugural Robots@NUS Competition, CEG2 Clement Tan and his Team RHobois won the top Emmet Brown prize with their Silver Flexer, while CEG2 Francis Lee and his teammates were named the first runner-up with their Handroid.
Congratulations to Varun Badrinath Krishna for being named a 2018 Siebel Scholar. Krishna is currently a final year PhD student at the department of ECE, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, USA and is our Computer Engineering alumnus from the Class of 2011.
Six months industrial attachment is compulsory for our students starting AY2014 intake. We can already guess the one advice that CEG3 Baron Chan will likely share with his peers and juniors.
Two interesting projects, with real-life applications, that were undertaken by our CEG4 students for their Final Year Projects (FYP), in collaboration with a) the Departments of Chinese Studies and Geography, and b) the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. The FYPs were supervised by Assoc Prof Arthur Tay.
CEG4 Ong Jing Qin is among the students selected to join Assoc Prof Martin Henz in his next voyage to Anambas. They are setting sail right after the examination this month-end. Bon voyage!
They are going on an all-expense-paid trip to Facebook's Headquarters, after winning the first prize at the Facebook Singapore Hackathon. Congratulations to CEG2 Harsh Gadodia, Yeo Kai Yan and the team!
More than 250 applications were received for the MPA Global Internship Award 2016. Among the 34 undergraduate recipients is CEG3 Tean Zheng Yang - the first (and only) awardee pursuing a Computer Engineering degree.
CEG4 Manikandan Thyagesh and Lim Anli were nominated by their FYP supervisors to participate in the FYP Poster Presentation, organised by ECE Department, on 15 April 2016.
Thyagesh won the second prize, for his project titled 'Vehicle Movement Profiling'. His project was supervised by Prof Lawrence Wong.
CEG4 Daniel Lee and his team, PD Loggers, won the first prize at the Intel Singapore Invent 50 Competition, while CEG3 Wee Yan Ru Mervyn, Luigi Marshall Chua Cham and their DCP teammate were named the 1st runner-up.
Ling Chun Kai, our valedictorian from the Class of 2015, bagged numerous awards and earned his bragging rights when he graduated with perfect 5.0! However, we think he will unlikely say much of the feat. As per his FYP supervisor, Dr KH Low, "Chun Kai is arguably the most talented (yet humble) local whom I've met to be capable of such non-trivial and meaningful research work." Congrats & all the best to Chun Kai!
CEG4 Radhakrishnan Vivek and his Team garnered numerous awards for their autonomous underwater vehicle – well done!
- Fifth place at the 17th Annual International RoboSub Competition
- First prize at the Singapore AUV Challenge (SAUVC 2014)
- Academic Honorary Mention at the 2014 NI Engineering Impact Awards ASEAN Regional Contest
- Certificate of Merit at the Faculty of Engineering 28th Innovation & Research Award
Congratulations to CEG4 Chen Liang! His FYP came in third for the 2014 IEEE Region 10 Student Paper Contest.
Congratulations to our CEG4 students for snagging the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Prize with their Final Year Projects!
Individual: Lin Lin
Group: Koh Chun Chao Roland and Weng Jin Jie Paul
Congratulations to CEG4 Neha Mittal for winning the FYP Innovation Award!
Two CEG teams top the iCreate Mobility Challenge 2013; Congratulations to Team Westeros and Chatty!
CEG students have been bagging top places since the first iCreate Mobility Challenge in 2011, well done!
CEG Goh Eng Wei (Class of 2013) and CEG3 Tran Thanh Quang, Louis are part of Team BumbleBee who entered the 16th international RoboSub 2013 Finals and emerged 7th in the overall standings.