30 March 2017
Professors from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU)’s School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering recently showcased their inventions at an inaugural expo. They hoped to demonstrate how the university is pushing technological boundaries in a bid to help Singapore advance as a smart nation.
Junior college students were invited to participate in a workshop where they learnt to build electronic gadgets. There was also a job fair for graduating students of NTU to network with potential employers.
There were 30 projects on display at the expo, which included “invisible headphones”, a multi-layer 3D display and wireless power-transfer technology.
Another project on display was one that could identify defects on rail tracks and trains in real-time as so speed up repairs.