ECE@NUS
ECE@NUS

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NUS - STEP CAMP

Our objective in this camp is to expose students to different technologies that are key in our nation’s drive towards a Smart Nation. The camp consists of 2 parts: A half-day pre-camp to get the students familiarize with the necessary background knowledge and assignments for students to work on prior to the actual one-week camp.The main focus of the pre-camp is to teach the students about embedded system and programming using the Arduino platform. For the main camp, the students learnt how electrical & computer engineers can play a key role in this initiative. The students were exposed to basic programming skills, embedded systems and designed their own autonomous/remoted-controlled vehicle. They also spent time at the Satellite and Airborne Radar Research lab understand the building and launch of nano satellites. They will also attend a workshop on innovation and entrepreneurship, with hands on experimentation in innovation and technology focused product design, closely linked to the Smart Nation theme. The camp will also provide an insight into what future study or a career in Engineering might be like. There were also a number of talks/lectures: Prof Jan Maciejowski from Cambridge University gave a talk on the importance and impact of engineering and science in society, Mr Chong Chee Wah, CEO Treebox Solutions, shared his experience as an engineer and innovators and finally the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle team from T-Lab taught the students about the key components of UAVs as well as a demonstration of how autonomous UAVs work.In addition, the group projects expose the students to key abilities for future success, including leadership, teamwork and presentation skills.

STEP CAMP EVENTS

Autonomous Car Building

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Innovation & Entreprise Workshop

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Satellite Lab Visit

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UAV Talk & Demonstration

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Talk by Prof. Jan Maciejowski

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Talk by Mr Chong Chee Wah

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STEP CAMP PARTICIPANTS

Beatty Secondary School

Cedar Girls' Secondary School

CHIJ St Nicholas Girls' School

Compassvale Secondary School

Dunman High School

East View Secondary School

Hwa Chong Institution

Nanyang Girls' High School

National Junior College

NUS High School of Math & Science

Raffles Girls' School (Secondary)

River Valley High School

School of Science and Technology

Springfield Secondary School

St Joseph's Institution

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STEP CAMP WINNERS

Champions - East View Secondary

First Runner up - Springfield Secondary School

Second Runner up - Raffles Girls' School (Secondary)

Merit Award - Hwa Chong Institution

Merit Award - Nanyang Girls' High School

Merit Award - NUS High School of Math & Science

Best Decorated Car - Raffles Girls' School (Secondary)

Most Innovative Car - National Junior College

Research projects

We host and supervise student projects under the Science Research Programme (SRP), NUS High SCIENTIA, Young Defence Scientist Programme (YDSP), HCI CENTAD, HCI STEM, NJC ESTaR and other programmes.

If you are working on a research project in school, it may be possible for one of our professors to work with you.

Please contact us at askECE@nus.edu.sg to explore this possibility.

Outreach

Students Awards



Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) 2017

Mentors SSEF Award Project Title School
A/Prof Arthur Tay Bronze Telerehabilitation for Dysphagia Patients National Junior College

Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) 2013

 
Mentors SSEF Award Project Title School
A/Prof Arthur Tay Bronze Biofeedback devices for Parkinson Patients NUS High School
A/Prof Arthur Tay, A/Prof Gerald Koh & A/Prof Yen Shih Cheng Bronze Tele-rehabilitative technologies for Home Therapy in Patients in Need of Post Discharge Rehabilitation NUS High School

Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) 2012

Mentors SSEF Award Project Title School
A/Prof Arthur Tay Bronze Location Tracking using WiFi Raffles Institution (College)
A/Prof Arthur Tay Merit & SSEF Special Award Wearable devices for Stroke Patients River Valley High School

Singapore Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF) 2011

Mentors SSEF Award Project Title School
Assoc Prof Sanjib Kumar Panda & Mr Sangit Sasidhar Sliver On board monitor, CPU, keyboard and mouse free computation system for all and especially for physically challenged people NUS High School
Prof Choi Wee Kiong Bronze Producing Nano-pillars on low cost transparency film for neural directing studies NUS High School
Assoc Prof Sanjib Kumar Panda Bronze Wireless power transfer via strongly coupled magnetic resonance to power implantable biomedical devices NUS High School
Assoc Prof Sanjib Kumar Panda & Mr Satyanarayan Bhuyan Merit Wireless Energy Transfer to Piezoelectric Devices through Magnetic Resonance NUS High School
Assoc Prof Arthur Tay Merit Assistive Technologies for the Elderly (A fall detection and notification system) Raffles Institution

Tan Kah Kee Young Inventors’ 2011

Mentors SSEF Award Project Title School
Assoc Prof Arthur Tay Encouragement A Simple Wearable Fall Detection And Notification System Raffles Institution