mobil.TUM 2020 is an international scientific conference on mobility and transport, which will be held on 26 - 27 October 2020 and is organised by TUM in Singapore.Read more ➤
The jointly-developed Specialist Diploma in Advanced Digital Manufacturing recently completed its first successful training cycle, training more than 20 students who come from a range of industries with funding support from SkillsFuture Singapore. The Specialist Diploma will enroll its next group of students in January 2019, and you can attend a free information session on 14 November 2018 to find out how it can benefit you.Read more ➤
TUM Asia, together with the support of the Employment and Employability institute (e2i), organized the “Impact of Industry 4.0 on the Trade & Connectivity Sector” Dinner Talk to raise awareness on opportunities for companies beyond just the Manufacturing sector but also in the Trade and Connectivity sector.
What is Industry 4.0? How does an Industry 4.0 Model Factory look like? This ProPak Asia 2019 training seminar will address the developments of the four technological revolution and help participants understand key enablers of an Industry 4.0 model.
Together with the support of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Bangkok, Thailand – the “Industry 4.0: Impact on Technology and Workforce” Dinner Talk is an exclusive initiative started by TUM Asia and FESTO whose objective is to raise awareness and cultivate interaction within the industry, academic and political landscape to exchange expertise and knowledge.
3D printing & its implications will shake the space research industry in recyclability. On 8 November, hear more from industry experts, academics and researchers about some of the emerging trends in aerospace and additive engineering. Through this speaker series, experienced academics & researchers will be sharing key emerging trends & developments in aerospace and additive engineering, focusing on 3D printing. Come and find out more!
Plastics technology plays a key role in creating innovative medical products. Although the basic technologies used are of general nature and are applied in many economic sectors, numerous specific aspects must be taken into account in medical technology that make medical plastics technology particularly challenging. In this upcoming symposium on 10 October 2018, it will explore how international cooperation clusters can work together on medical plastics engineering in Singapore.