FoE-ECE Open House

FoE-ECE Open House

19 May 2018

1.30pm at

LT 6

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) in NUS is organising the FoE-ECE Open House for prospective students who are interested to know more about the B.Eng. (Electrical Engineering) and B.Eng. (Computer Engineering) programmes. Find out the uniqueness and flexibility of our curriculum; explore the many learning opportunities available in NUS; participate in the exciting lab activities; talk to the professors and students in ECE.

Shuttle bus services from Kent Ridge MRT to Computer Centre/Information Technology Bus stop are available from 1.15pm- 2.30pm. You may refer to the campus map for location of LT6. Parking information for visitors can be found here, nearest visitor car park will be at CP2/2A/2B.

Feel free to email to if you have further queries on the event.
1.30 pm Registration/Viewing of UAV demo (LT6 foyer)
Booth Showcase (Special Programmes: iDCP/GEP/NOC/USP, etc)
2.30 pm Dean’s Welcome Address (LT6)
3.00 pm Welcome Address by Head of ECE Dept (LT6)
Overview of EE / CEG Programme
Panel Discussion by Current Students
4.00 pm Refreshments
Networking with Professors & Students
4.30 pm Lab Activities
5.30 pm Campus Tour

Above programme is subjected to changes


Lab Activities
Students are given the opportunity to participate in hands-on experiences in our ECE labs. Registration for lab activities will be done on the actual day. Do join us for the exciting lab activities!
  Lab Activity A Lab Activity B
4.30 – 5.30pm

Linear Electronics Lab

Experiential Learning: The mBot Robotics Challenge

NUS has been recognized as one of the world’s top 10 leaders in engineering education, according to a recent report by MIT. In this one-hour activity, you will embark on an exciting “experiential learning” journey with us, and get a first-hand experience of the new teaching methodology in our freshman modules called Engineering Principles and Practice (EPP). You will be learning about sensors by working on the mBot robotics platform, and you will be utilizing the real-time sensing data to help the mBot navigate through a maze. Have fun with your newly-made friends and accomplish the challenge together!

The Satellite Technology And Research Centre (STAR) Lab
5 Sports Drive, Level 3

Lab Tour at The Satellite Technology And Research Centre (STAR) Lab

The Satellite Technology And Research Centre (STAR) is a joint centre set up by NUS and DSO. STAR focuses on advanced distributed satellite systems using multiple small satellites flying in formation, swarm or constellation. The mission of STAR is to build up Singapore’s capability for the advancement of the next generation satellite technology; and train the manpower to meet future satellite engineering needs.

Find out how undergraduates can participate in a team-based multi-disciplinary program with realistic engineering challenges. Visit our new centre to learn more about our programmes, meet our members and see our facilities. We look forward to seeing you!